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CRICOS Code: 01899K / NTIS Code: 6554 CANTERBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT STRATEGY ICA50705 Diploma of Information Technology (Software Development) © CBC 2008 Published by the Canterbury Business College (CBC) Email: Internet: CBC-L&A50705-2008.1-040308 1 Learning and assessment strategy outline for ICA05 IT Training Package ICA50705 Diploma of Information Technology (Software Development) Name of RTO Delivery period Code a
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  CRICOS Code: 01899K / NTIS Code: 6554 CANTERBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE LEARNING ANDASSESSMENT STRATEGY ICA50705 Diploma of Information Technology(Software Development)  © CBC 2008Published by the Canterbury Business College (CBC)  CBC-L&A50705-2008.1-040308  1    Learning and assessment strategy outline for ICA05 IT Training PackageICA50705 Diploma of Information Technology (Software Development) ClusterName   UnitNumber   Unit Name   Name of RTO   Canterbury Business College   Delivery period   2008 - 2009   Code and title ofqualification   ICA50705 Diploma of Information Technology (Software Development)Diploma of IT unit hours – 720 hours (52 weeks including term breaks)NominalHours   Core / Elective   ICAA5158B   Translate business needs into technical requirements   Units of competencies for Diploma of IT (Software Development)   40 hours   Common Core   ICAA5050B   Develop detailed components specifications from project specifications   40 hours   Elective   BSBPM505A   Manage project quality   50 hours   Common Core   ProjectManagement- 2   PSPPM502B   Manage complex projects   50 hours   Common Core   ICAT5077B   Develop detailed test plan   30 hours   Elective   ICAT5079B   Perform integration test   30 hours   Common Core   ICAT5081B   Perform systems test   30 hours   Specialist Core   SoftwareTesting   ICAT5083B   Develop and conduct client acceptance test   30 hours   Elective   ICAA6052B   Design an IT security framework   40 hours   Elective   Security &Control   ICAA5056B   Prepare disaster recovery and contingency plans   60 hours   Common Core   ICAS5202B   Ensure privacy for users   40 hours   Common Core   UserManagement   ICAS5102B   Establish and maintain client user liaison   40 hours   Specialist Core   ICAB5223B   Apply intermediate object-oriented language skills   48 hours   Common Core   ICAB5226B   Apply advanced object-oriented language skills   60 hours   Common Core   ICAB5227B   Apply advanced programming skills in another language   60 hours   Common Core   ICAB5068B   Build using rapid application development   40 hours   Specialist Core   AdvancedProgramming   ICAB5230B   Maintain custom software   32 hours   Specialist Core   Co-requisite units   The following units within this qualification have pre-requisites. ICAA5158B - Translate business needs into technical requirements Pre-requisite - ICAA4233B - Determine and apply appropriate development methodologies (Cert IV unit) ICAB5223B - Apply intermediate object oriented language skills Pre-requisite - ICAB4219B Apply introductory object-oriented language skills (Cert IV unit) ICAB5226B - Apply advanced object oriented language skills Pre-requisite - ICAB5223B Apply intermediate object oriented language skills  ICAB5227B - Apply advanced programming skills in another language Pre-requisite - ICAB4229B Apply intermediate programming skills in another language (Cert IV unit)CBC-L&A50705-2008.1-040308  2    Delivery andassessmentarrangements   Duration Students will have to meet the pre-requisite unit requirements prior to entering theDiploma qualification.Students, who hold a Certificate II / III / IV in IT, will need to submit verified Certificate / Statement of Attainment for (national) recognition purposes. Students with either aCertificate or Statement of Attainment for Certificate II / III / IV will be exempted fromthe pre-requisite unitsThe training program for Diploma of Information Technology (Software Development)is conducted over a 52-week period (includes term breaks). CBC Diploma ofInformation Technology program is divided into 4 terms. CBC students will attend classequivalent to 20 hours per week in full-time mode. Training units combination  The ICA50705 program contains 17 units (4 Core, 9 Common Core & 4 SpecialistCore) and will be delivered at the organisation’s training centre.To meet the requirements of the Diploma qualification involves the completion of all 17units Organisation’s Delivery plan All units within this qualification are combined into clusters (Refer to clusterbreakdown). These clusters are designed to meet the co-requisites units within it. Sotechnically every cluster is independent of each other, however a logical sequence ismaintained.Where applicable unit assessments having similar elements / criteria’s / outcomes willbe combined with appropriate assessment tools (Refer to the assessment plan toreview the assessment tools used in the qualification) to achieve holistic assessmentrequirements to complete the qualification.The clusters are placed in a logical fashion to achieve critical aspects of assessmentsfor progressive development of competency achieved from previous units / clusters.Units within clusters have multiple assessment tools to simulate / reflect real timeworkplace requirements.The qualification combines face-to-face trainer led theory/practical classes involvingsmall groups/ individual activities, in a simulated environment resembling theworkplace setting as close as possible. All programs are in full-time mode and cannotbe undertaken part-time or via distance education. Simulated workplace environment CBC ensures that the training delivered is to the standards of a real workplaceenvironment. To meet this requirement CBC has implemented a variety of assessmenttools that will be implemented during the course of the qualification. These assessmenttools assess various different elements of a real / actual workplace however in asimulated training environment.CBC meets the need for a real-time workplace simulation environment by: ã   A dedicated computer lab to reflect a real-time work environment for allpractical training components of the course. ã   The CBC trainers represent the role of a real client and portray the workplacedemands while working on projects. This includes role-play of difficult &diverse type customers. ã   Students prepare time lines, schedule milestones, communicate, preparedocumentation, conduct training in accordance with the client (trainer) ã   Working as a team (group work/assignments), fulfilling responsibilities andexpectations of the job and workplace. ã   Assignments, which include multi-tasking, different roles within assignments,using workplace policies and templates.An opportunity to attend industry professional development, network and interact withindustry professionals by offering membership options to the Australian ComputerSociety.   CBC-L&A50705-2008.1-040308  3      Name of RTO   Canterbury Business College   Alignment with units of competency for Diploma of IT   Program area   Unit(s) ofcompetency   Project Management - 2   ICAA5158BICAA5050BBSBPM505APSPPM502BSoftware Testing   ICAT5077BICAT5079BICAT5081BICAT5083BSecurity & Control   ICAA5056BICAA6052BUser ManagementICAS5202BICAS5102B Delivery andassessmentarrangements(continued)   Advanced Programming   ICAB5223BICAB5226BICAB5227BICAB5068BICAB5230B Delivery Mode This delivery mode denotes structured training delivery and assessmentservices delivered by CBC on its own premises. Theory training occurs in aclassroom environment where the trainer presents the learning material.Where practical tasks are required, learners will have at their disposal acomplete computer laboratory with the necessary hardware, software andperipherals to work in a simulated environment with an emphasis on realworld situations.This mode may use scheduled self-directed learning in which studentsattend classes at scheduled times and progress at their own pace usingprint-based or computer-based materials. A trainer is present to providesupport.The trainer will implement different pedagogy techniques within the trainingenvironment. For example: Group activities, discussion groups, role-plays,case studies, practical demonstrations & guest speakers.Theory classes will be held using classroom or in computer labs. Theresources used are: ã Digital / Analog data projectors, ã Computers with DVD ROM’s ã Training videos, handouts, electronic notes and reading material. ã Reference books ã Broadband internet access for online resources & research CBC-L&A50705-2008.1-040308  4  
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