Course Title: Provide technical leadership in the workplace

Part B: Course Detail

Teaching Period: Term2 2009

Course Code: BUSM6136C

Course Title: Provide technical leadership in the workplace

School: 130T Vocational Engineering

Campus: City Campus

Program: C6040 - Advanced Diploma of Electronics Engineering

Course Contact: William Lau Program Coordinator

Course Contact Phone: (03) 9925 4703

Course Contact Email: william.lau@rmit.edu.au


Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff

Yury Stanislavski, Course Coordinator

yury.stanislavski@rmit.edu.au

Nominal Hours: 54

Regardless of the mode of delivery, represent a guide to the relative teaching time and student effort required to successfully achieve a particular competency/module. This may include not only scheduled classes or workplace visits but also the amount of effort required to undertake, evaluate and complete all assessment requirements, including any non-classroom activities.

Pre-requisites and Co-requisites

None

Course Description

This course contains some of the underpinning knowledge of a program, which designed for a person to be able to undertake design, select, install, commission, maintain and carry out repairs on advanced electronic equipment and systems.
The Knowledge and skills addressed in this course include the Internet for business concepts of digital information network, the Internet services, the Internet used for business in organizations, communication with the Internet, global network, Java programming and creating of web site.


National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria

National Element Code & Title:

UTENES008A Provide technical leadership in the workplace

Element:

Demonstrate standards of performance

Performance Criteria:

1.1 Work demonstrated follows OH&S policies and procedures with the work is appropriately sequenced in accordance with requirements
1.2 Work demonstrated is co-ordinated effectively with others involved
on the work site
1.3 Work. Demonstrated meets requirements
1.4 Unplanned events or conditions are responded to in accordance
with established procedures.

Element:

Maintain personal competence

Performance Criteria:

2.1 Personal competence is assessed against requirements to
determine personal training needs
2.2 Feedback on competence is used to develop personal training
needs in accordance with established procedures
2.3 Participation in technical programs to enhance competence are
undertaken in accordance with established procedures

Element:

Organise personal work priorities

Performance Criteria:

3.1 Work priorities are organised in accordance with established
procedures and associated apparatus conforms to requirements
3.2 Work is managed effectively to accomplish requirements
3.3 Technology is used to improve efficiency in the management of
information in accordance with established procedures
3.4 Personal training within the workplace is managed in accordance
with established procedures.


Learning Outcomes



Details of Learning Activities

* Course structure and procedures for using resources. Creation and management of a web site.Exploring the functionality of a browser.
* Processing user input. Interaction between HTML forms on the clientBasics of browser scripting
Frames. Scripting for frames Basics of HTML DOM
* Formatting with Style Sheets. Image maps: creating and applying
* Using cookies. Security considerations and data protection.
* Developing Project 1: browser based quiz ’Troubleshooting electronic devices.
* Introduction to ASPSyntax, variables, functions. ASP objects: Request, Response
* Introduction to databases: MS Access in Visual DesignerTables, data types, indicesQueries by Example (QBE) and their underlying SQL
* Accessing server based DB via ASP/ADOBuilding database driven HTML pages
* Client-server interaction with a data driven Web site
* Advanced ASP. Session and user management.
* Project: Server based Quiz. Project architecture and development strategy
* Introduction to VB6 programming
* Creating a VB6 program for data exchange with a Web ServerExploring HTTP request and response
* Manipulating data in MS Access from VB programBuilding VB interface to Access database
* Working with graphics in VB6Creating dynamic charts
* Concept and examples of Object-oriented programming
* Finalising Quiz project MCQ TEST (1 hour)


Teaching Schedule

Available from Student Shared network drive (S:\\ )

Week Topic
1 Course structure and procedures for using resources. Creation and management of a web site.
Exploring the functionality of a browser.
2 Processing user input. Interaction between HTML forms on the client
Basics of browser scripting
3 Frames. Scripting for frames Basics of HTML DOM
4 Formatting with Style Sheets. Image maps: creating and applying
5 Using cookies. Security considerations and data protection.
6 Primer on Web site development. Project management.
7 Lab-based assessment: Development of a multi frame web site with client side scripting and CSS formatting.
8 Introduction to ASP
Syntax, variables, functions. ASP objects: Request, Response
9 Introduction to databases: MS Access in Visual Designer
Tables, data types, indices
Queries by Example (QBE) and their underlying SQL
10 Accessing server based DB via ASP/ADO
Building database driven HTML pages
11 Client-server interaction with a data driven Web site
12 Advanced ASP. Session and user management.
13 Setup for a database driven Web Site: tutorial
14 Practical session on the build-up of a database driven Web Site
15 Presentation on selected topics
16 Presentation on selected topics
17 Presentation on selected topics
18 Project Presentation, group analysis and discussion


Learning Resources

Prescribed Texts


References

K Kalata. Internet Programming with VBScript and JavaScript

C Bates. Web Programming: Building Internet Applications


Other Resources

Web Resources:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp

http://www.w3schools.com

www.learnASP.com

http://www.4guysfromrolla.com


Overview of Assessment

This is a progressive assessment, the underpinning knowledge will be assessed on the completion of each course, but the competency itself will not be signed off until further courses related to the competency are completed and the student is deemed competent.
The students are required to undertake summative assessments as follows:
• Work Simulation Projects
• A Pass in Schedule Practical Exercises


Assessment Tasks

The total grade for the course is calculated on 100 point scale and derived from :
• up to 70 points for Project Development;
• up to 30 points for the final MCQ test

In addition to the points acquired through tests, the students are granted bonus points for:
• active participation in the class and online discussions,
• proposing and implementing enhancements, which go beyond the project specs and contribute to the quality of the project application


Assessment Matrix

Competency National CodeCompetency TitleLab testAssignmentProjectPresentationWIL
UTENES 008AInternet Innovations in EngineeringX XXX 

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