BTEC Level 3 Diploma 90 in Software Development

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General information

This course emphasises on the practical hands on element of software development, where students will gain valuable skills and experience in the use of C, Visual Basic, and the more general web technologies of HTML, JavaScript and CSS.

Course content

Communication and Employability Skills for IT This unit will help you to improve your general communication skills by exploiting certain application packages and IT tools.

Computer Systems In this unit learners will learn about a range of hardware and come to understand the technical specifications of components.

Information Systems This unit explores the formal ways that internal and external information flows in an organisa…

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General information

This course emphasises on the practical hands on element of software development, where students will gain valuable skills and experience in the use of C, Visual Basic, and the more general web technologies of HTML, JavaScript and CSS.

Course content

Communication and Employability Skills for IT This unit will help you to improve your general communication skills by exploiting certain application packages and IT tools.

Computer Systems In this unit learners will learn about a range of hardware and come to understand the technical specifications of components.

Information Systems This unit explores the formal ways that internal and external information flows in an organisation and how software applications are created. The learners are also introduced to the constraints that impact the use of information in organisations.

Software Design and Development The aim of this unit is to introduce learners to procedural programming using C language and its role in the world of software development. Learners will create software applications to develop the skills.

Event Driven Programming The aim of this unit is to introduce learners to event driven programming learning Visual Basic language and its varied uses. Learners will create a software project to develop their skills.

Client Side Customisation of Web Pages The aim of this unit is to give learners knowledge of how websites work, to introduce them to HTML, JavaScript and CSS, and give them an opportunity to design and upload their own website.

Website Production The aim of this unit is to give learners knowledge of how websites function and understand the web architecture. Learners will then gain and develop the skills.

Database Design Database software is one of the most commonly used application packages in business. This unit helps learners explore the use of databases and understand why database skills are valued by employers. Learners use MySQL and PHP in this unit.

e-Commerce The unit helps learners take a look at the technologies needed to operate e-commerce, such as the hardware, software and networking required.

Teaching and assessment

Assessment is by a combination of course work and projects. Lectures combined with practical workshops and the opportunity for personalised collaborative learning through our Virtual Learning Environment.

Entry requirements

4 GCSEs A* - C, including English and Maths, or BTEC Level 2 Diploma (Merit or above) or DIDA Level 2 (Credit or above).

Progression

You can progress to the Extended Diploma course in Software Development or employment.

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