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Building Studies

LEEDERVILLE CAMPUS

Central TAFE

 

Building Computing Applications 1

(ABC 064     S.I.N. 27747)

DELIVERY SCHEDULE AND ASSESSMENT PLAN

This Module is common to Building Studies course:

·        Certificate IV Building (4776)

·        Builders Registration (Code 7706)

 

The Module activities will take place as of each week follows:

 Duration of activities at each meeting is two (2:00) hours during Semester 2004

 

Contact Details

 

Lecturer: Karl Boeing

 

Telephone: 92024398

 

E-mail: boeink@lvlle.training.wa.gov.au

 

The lecturer will be available to discuss issues relating to this module after class or by appointment using the above contact details. Alternatively questions relating to the content of this module may be raised at your “Studio” class (please check your individual enrolment timetable for Studio times and location).

 

Recognition of Prior Learning (Skills Recognition/ Recognition of Current Competency)

 

Discuss with your Lecturer, Building Studies Administration (Ask for “Building Studies” guidelines package for “skills recognition”), or Student Services regarding this process. If you are able to demonstrate and provide evidence that you have already achieved all competencies of this unit or module, then you may be eligible for credit in this module. Please refer to the Module Learning Outcomes outlined in this handout, for full details of the learning outcomes and Assessment Criteria refer to the module Curriculum Document available in the library.

 

Individual Learning and Assessment Needs

 

Central TAFE recognises that learners may have individual needs that may affect participation in learning and assessment. Notify your lecturer or Disability Support Officer if you:

§         have particular learning needs or a Disability and / or

§         are unable to complete the assessment tasks as outlined in the Assessment Plan

College services include: Independent Learning Unit [ILU], English as a Second Language [ESL], International Student Mentors, Disability Support Unit, Flexible Delivery & Online Delivery, Library Resource Centre [LRC]


Building Computing Applications 1

 

Week

Date

Learning

Outcomes

Description

References

1

28/07/04

1

 Introduction, Skills recognition, Internet, Windows

Computer
Applications

2

4/08/04

1

Word Processing using Computer Applications MS Word

Exercise1

3

11/08/04

 

MS Word Exercises

Exercise 2

4

18/08/04

1

MS Word Exercises

Exercise 3

5

25/08/04

1

MS Word Exercises

Exercise 4

6

1/09/04

1

Assessment 1
Word Processing using Computer Applications MS Word

MS Word
Assessment

7

7/09/04

2

Spread Sheets using Computer Applications MS Excel

Exercise 1 & 2

8

14/09/04

2

Spread Sheets using Computer Applications MS Excel

Exercise 3 & 4

9

21/09/04

2

Spread Sheets using Computer Applications MS Excel

Exercise 5 & 6

10

29/09/04

2

Assessment 2
Estimating & Costing using Computer Applications MS Excel

MS Excel
Assessment

Semester Break
2 to
10 October 2004

11

13/10/04

6

Presentation using Computer Applications PowerPoint

 

12

20/10/04

6

Presentation using Computer Applications PowerPoint

 

13

27/10/04

6

Assessment 3
Presentation using Computer Applications PowerPoint

MS PowerPoint
Assessment

14

3/11/04

3, 4

Introduction to Computer Scheduling using MS Project

Practice Exercise

15

10/11/04

3, 4

Scheduling using Computer Applications MS Project

Practice Exercise

16

17/11/04

5

Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting using AutoSketch

Practice Exercise

17

24/11/04

5

Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting using AutoSketch

Practice Exercise

18

1/12/04

 

Formal examination – Timetable TBA

 

19

8/12/04

 

Marking & Feedback

 

20

15/12/04

 

Formal resit Week – Timetable TBA

 

 

Program is subject to change without further notice


 



Building Computing Applications 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

ASSESSMENT PLAN

Semester: 1/2004

 

 

 

 

Week No.

Learning Outcome

Assessment Tasks

Assessment Instructions

 

 

 

 

6

1

Assessment 1Word-processing

Open book assessment. Aids allowed – student notes. Assignment to be completed and saved on disk.

See Schedule

10

2, 3

Assessment 2Spread Sheets and Estimating & Costing

Open book assessment. Aids allowed – student notes. Assignment to be completed and saved on disk.

See Schedule

13

4

Assessment 3 – Presentation

Open book assessment. Aids allowed – student notes. Assignment to be completed and saved on disk.

See Schedule

19

 

The re-sit timetable will be posted by week 19

 

Students to check their results using their student I.D. number. Results of ‘H’ will require a re-sit in week 20

20

All

Re-sit of previous assessments that have an “H” result.

The re-sit timetable will be posted by week 19

Assessment instruments structure and requirements will be as per the original test that is being re sat.

 

 

NOTE:

 

Candidates will need to demonstrate competence a number of times under various conditions to satisfy the Learning outcome/Assessment Criteria.

 

Under CBT and AQTF provisions candidates do not receive a percentage mark for the module completed.

 

Candidates demonstrating competence will receive a grade of “CO” (competent).

 

Candidates failing to demonstrate competence at the end of an individual assessment task will receive the grade of “H” (Hold), and will be required to re-sit a supplementary assessment task to the required competence level.

 

Candidates failing to demonstrate competence at the end of the module will receive the grade of “R” (re-enrol), and will be required to re-enrol in the module again and complete ALL assessment tasks again to the required competence level.

 

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