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Introduction to Programming

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MODULES

• Database*

• Spreadsheets*

• Spreadsheets Advanced*

• Systems Development 1 (OSYD1171)*

 

All modules are compulsory and must be passed.

*Formative Assessments are undertaken and the highest grade achieved in Formative Assessment is retained. The final grade is based on the Summative Assessment only. A maximum of one (1) additional supplementary assessment opportunity is provided for the Summative assessment, which will be charged for.

 

PERSONALITY PROFILE

Analytical | Logical | Dedicated | Thinker

 

OUTCOMES

• Ability to operate effectively in the workplace using a number of Windows-based end-user applications

• Demonstrate an understanding of the general principles of relational databases

• Apply the basic principles and procedures of coding/programming in Java

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENT

Grade 10 Certificate; or National Certificate (Vocational) L2; or equivalent qualification OR alternatively Learners can apply for RPL entry into the programme from the Academic Committee at Boston Head Office. Computer Literacy recommended.

 

PROGRAMME CATEGORY

BOSTON SHORT LEARNING PROGRAMME

On successful completion the Learner will be issued a Boston Short Learning Programme Introduction to Programming

 

FURTHER STUDY OPPORTUNITIES

Ito RPL, on successful completion the Learner may apply for admission to an Institute Learning Programme in ICT such as CompTIA or Microsoft, alternatively may apply for admission to a Boston Short Learning Programme or an Occupational Qualification of which either has a Grade 11 Certificate or equivalent qualification as the entry requirement. Each submission is individually evaluated, hence neither admission nor advanced placement is assured.

 

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