After each lesson there will be a question paper which needs to be completed and submitted to your assessor for marking.
This method of continual assessment ensures that your assessor can consistently monitor your progress and provide you with assistance throughout the duration of the course.
You should allow at least 1 - 2 hours of study to complete each question paper. The approximate amount of time required to complete the course is 214 hrs.
This course contains the following modules:
- Module 1:Understanding web browsers (A/508/2300)
- Module 2:Communicating with internet technology (D/508/2287)
- Module 3:Configuring an email client to send and receive email in a workplace context (H/508/2291)
- Module 4:Understanding internet architecture (F/508/2279)
- Module 5:Using internet services (L/508/2303)
- Module 6:Website diagram and design (H/508/2310)
- Module 7:Website development, planning and testing (D/508/2306)
- Module 8:Understanding how to Use HTML5 (F/508/2296)
- Module 9:Applying Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) (L/508/2284)
- Module 10:Principles of database concepts (Y/508/2286)
- Module 12:Seek job opportunities in Information Technology (R/508/2321)v
- Module 16:Using GUI HTML for website development (F/508/2301)
- Module 17:Principles of networking fundamentals (K/508/2289)
- Module 18:Network maintenance and issues (K/508/2292)
- Module 19:Wireless networking and privacy protection (J/508/2297)
- Module 20:Understanding project management in Information Technology (L/508/2298)
- Module 21:Server side scripting on web servers (Y/508/2322)
- Module 22:Principles of internet security (R/508/2285)
There’s no formal entry requirements to enrol on this Level 3 Certificate in Web Design and Development but obviously it’s great to have a passionate interest in computers, the internet and the web –even if you haven’t learnt any web programming before.
They’ll be some basic assessment in Mathematics, IT and English involved in the assignments for this course.