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Description

The purpose of this qualification is to enhance readiness and provide entry into the areas of Systems Development at NQF level 5. It prepares learners for entry into the workplace or as undergraduate study in the Systems Development areas covered, providing them with the necessary knowledge needed for further study in the fields of Information Technology and Computer Sciences at Higher Education level.

The qualification is addressing the need in the workplace for nationally recognised qualifications, based on unit standards, that will allow people with workplace experience in the Systems Development areas covered, to request assessments and get recognition for prior learning.

A qualifying learner will be able to communicate effectively with fellow IT staff & users of information technology, understanding the role of technology in a business context and to be able to address business problems with appropriate information technology solutions. Learners will be able to apply the principles of creating computer software by carrying out, under limited supervision, a task of reasonable size to demonstrate an understanding of the knowledge, techniques & skills needed in one or more area of majoring/specialisation that the qualification offers.

What Will I Learn?

  • Provide qualified learners with an undergraduate entry into the fields of Information Communication Technology (ICT) and Computer Sciences, specialising in the Systems Development area
  • Prepare qualified learners for initial employment into the ICT and related industries. Qualified learners will have a solid understanding of computer industry concepts and to able to work in areas of Systems Development with intermediate technical complexity.
  • Allow the credits achieved in National Certificates relating to Information Technology at NQF level 4 to be used as prior learning for this qualification, where applicable.
  • Allow people with workplace experience in the Systems Development areas covered, to request assessments and get recognition for prior learning.
  • Allow the qualification to be acquired in the traditional way of formal study as well as in the workplace, through Learnerships Schemes or Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
  • Assist with professionalisation across the Information Technology Sector. It is intended to allow qualified learners to gain membership of registered professional bodies in the ICT industry.

Duration

  • Fulltime –
  • RPL –

Curriculum For This Course

28 Modules
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Core Modules:

12 Modules
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Module 1: Demonstrate an understanding of the handling of error in a computer programming environment ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Module 2: Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of the internet and the world-wide-web ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Module 3: Apply information gathering techniques for computer system development ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Module 4: Apply principles of creating computer software by developing a complete programme to meet given business specifications ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Module 5: Apply the principles of designing computer system inputs and outputs ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Module 6: Create database access for a computer application using structured query language ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Module 7: Demonstrate an understanding of Computer Database Management Systems ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Module 8: Demonstrate an understanding of sort and search techniques used in computer programming ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Module 9: Demonstrate logical problem solving and error detection techniques ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Module 10: Manage software development source files using appropriate tools ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Module 11: Produce documentation for a computer program to agreed standards ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Module 12: Test a computer program against a given specification ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Fundamental Modules:

8 Modules
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Module 1: Use computer technology to research a computer topic ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Module 2: Write a technical report ?? Topics ?? Hours

  • Inspect a range of work places, identify the hazards and determine the associated risks, indicating what actions must be taken to eliminate, mitigate and control the risks. (Includes reporting and record keeping)32 Hours

Module 3: Analyse feedback contexts and apply constructive feedback techniques ?? Topics ?? Hours

  • Give feedback on Occupational Health and Safety issues to employees32 Hours

Module 4: Conduct a technical practitioners meeting ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Module 5: Demonstrate an awareness of ethics and professionalism for the computer industry in South Africa ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Module 6: Demonstrate an understanding of estimating a unit of work and the implications of late delivery ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Module 7: Explain the principles of business and the role of information technology ?? Topic ?? Hours

  • Use language and communication in occupational learning programmes?? Hours

Module 8: Present information in a public setting ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Elective Modules:

6 Modules
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Module 1: Apply advanced HTML and associated techniques to build a web site for business applications ?? Topic ?? Hours

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Module 2: Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of designing and building an e-Commerce web site ?? Topic ?? Hours

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Module 3: Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of implementing and managing a web server ?? Topics ?? Hours

  • Over a period of three months inspect work places, identify hazards and risks and recommend corrective actions60 Hours

Module 4: Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of implementing and managing an e-Commerce web site ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Module 5: Demonstrate an understanding of the use of web-sites in business ?? Topics ?? Hours

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Module 6: Demonstrate an understanding of tools and products available for web-site development ?? Topic ?? Hours

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Module 7: Design and build a web-site using simple HTML ?? Topic ?? Hours

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Module 8: Apply the principles of creating computer programs containing advanced algorithms using a procedural programming language ?? Topic ?? Hours

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Facilitators

  • info@ebmtcacademy.org.za
  • 011 035 3600

National Certificate: Information Technology (Systems Development)

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Please contact us for an oppurtunity to join our training team, send your CV to info@ebmtcacademy.org.za or contact 011 035 3600