It is also important for each candidate's project to have a level of complexity and demand appropriate to the second year of an A Level. Identification of client and users.
The project should encourage you to think creatively, innovatively, analytically, logically and critically as you consider and suggest alternative approaches, investigate and discuss possibilities, and recommend actions to be taken.
Again the format for the documentation is not fixed but should be appropriate to the system being analysed. Examples of an organisation include a local company, a retailer, a school or college, a charity, a club or society, or just a group of people coming together to organise an event.
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The tests that will be undertaken, what the tests are testing, the order in which the tests will be completed. For example, training could be needed in: - a new piece of software - using new laptops, PDAs or other portable devices - using loan items such as digital cameras or recording equipment - a new security policy - a backup and recovery strategy - health and safety legislation or guidelines - environmental policies, such as disposal of computer equipment.An organisation is defined as any group of people who use ICT to achieve their aims and objectives. For this reason, although collaborative working is encouraged, it is imperative that assessors are able to identify each student's own contribution, and each student must produce their own project report. Other students could perhaps develop a system for storing, cataloguing or loaning out training materials that have been created. More suggestions are given later in this section along with ideas on how to enable groups of students to work together. Evaluation of the implemented solution. Training requirements for the new system. The Project Report The complete work should be submitted in the format of a project report. An appropriate style of writing has been adopted. Evidence of checking the findings with the client.
Training requirements for the new system. Clear identification of client, users and audience if necessary. Thus 'implementation' refers to whatever has been created.
The project should encourage students to think creatively, innovatively, analytically, logically and critically as they consider and suggest alternative approaches, investigate and discuss possibilities, and recommend actions to be taken.Testing and documentation of the implementation Evidence of testing. Website, intranet site or extranet site For any organisation or event , students could produce parts of an intranet for different departments within an organisation, working collaboratively to establish house styles and consistency of end-product, and in sharing their skills in the use of the variety of applications software needed to create the end-product. Design and planning for implementation1 Evidence of investigating alternative design solutions. Test plan. They can be extremely large systems and frequently need to be broken down into manageable chunks. Individual students could work on one aspect or one format, whilst the whole group has to adopt consistent styles and approaches to development. Documentation could be technical or user documentation depending on the individual project undertaken and the agreed deliverables. A business case reasons for change. This may take various formats but should include the benefits for, and likely impacts on, the organisation. Evidence of, for example, planning, conducting, documenting and evaluating meetings with clients, interviews, observations, questionnaires, research as appropriate. Should include investigating options for all elements of an ICT system as appropriate to the project. Individual students could take on one of the elements, where collaboration would be essential to ensure effective data transfer, correctness and accuracy.