Course Title: Create electronic presentations
Part B: Course Detail
Teaching Period: Term1 2009
Course Code: COSC5940C
Course Title: Create electronic presentations
School: 650T TAFE Business
Campus: City Campus
Program: C3216 - Certificate III in Business Administration
Course Contact : Sylvia Baroutis
Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9925 5469
Course Contact Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff
Nominal Hours: 20
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
There are no pre-requisites or co-requisites required for this competency.
This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to design and produce electronic presentations for speakers, for self access and for online access. No licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of endorsement.
This unit contains employability skills.
This unit applies to individuals employed in a range of work environments who design electronic presentations. They may work as individuals providing administrative support within an enterprise, or may be responsible for production of their own electronic presentations.
National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria
National Element Code & Title:
BSBITU302A Create electronic presentations
1. Prepare to create presentation
1.1 Organise personal work environment in accordance with ergonomic requirements
Organise personal work environment in accordance with ergonomic requirements
Determine purpose, audience and mode of presentation in consultation with content author or presenter
Identify presentation requirements in terms of suporting documents, transparencies and equipment
Apply work organisation strategies and energy and resource conservation techniques to plan work activities
2. Create presentation
2.1 Design slides, notes and handout masters to incorporate organisational and task requirements in relation to image and preferred style, avoiding distractions.
Design slides, notes and handout masters to incorporate organisational and task requirements in relation to image and preferred style, avoiding distractions
Use software functions for consistency of design and layout, to meet identified presentation requirements
Balance presentation features for visual impact and emphasis
Use advanced software features to streamline and customise the presentation for different audiences
Prepare presentations within designated timelines
3. Finalise presentation
3.1 Use manuals, user documentation and online help to overcome problems with design and production
Use manuals, user documentation and online help to overcome problems with design and production
Check presentation for spelling, consistency in presentation features and style, in accordance with task requirements
Print presentation materials in accordance with presenter or audience requirements
Store presentation, in accordance with organisational requirements and exit the application without loss or damage
Details of Learning Activities
Learning activities include class-based discussion and practical exercises in order to develop competency including the underpinning skills.
|Week 2||Please see course guide for BSBCRT301A Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills|
|Week 3||Please see course guide for BSBCRT301A Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills|
|Week 4||Please see course guide for BSBCRT301A Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills|
|Week 5||Please see course guide for BSBCRT301A Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills|
|Week 6||Please see course guide for BSBCRT301A Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills|
|Week 7||Prepare to create presentation|
Using safe work practices
Energy and resource conservation
Using presentation applications
|Week 8||Create presentation|
Working with an entire presentation
|Week 9||Create presentation|
Inserting pictures and drawing objects
Adding charts (graphs)
|Week 10||Create presentation|
Adding organisation charts
Preparing notes, handouts & running your presentation
|Week 11||Create presentation/Finalise presentation|
Adding transitions & animation
Running a show automatically
|Week 12||Create presentation/Finalise presentation|
Presentations for online access
| Week 13||Create presentation/Finalise presentation|
Creating an agenda slide
Creating a custom show
Package a presentation for a CD
| Week 14||See Week 13/or work on Trade Fair|
| Week 15||Create presentation/Finalise presentation|
Self-directed work on presentation to be held in Week 16
| Week 16||ASSESSMENT - Presentation (80%)|
ASSESSMENT - Portfolio of class work due (20%)
| Individual 5 minute presentations
| Week 17||Special Consideration Assessments|
| Week 18||Course Review|
The Tilde Group, Be Competent in Presentations PowerPoint 2003, Tilde Publishing 2004
Overview of Assessment
Students must demonstrate an understanding of all elements of a particular competency to be deemed competent. Assessment methods have been designed to measure achievement of each competency in a flexible manner. Assessment will incorporate a variety of methods including: practical demonstration of techniques in a supervised test, and a review of selected presentation materials in a portfolio of evidence produced in class. Due to the complex nature of this competency, students may be required to demonstrate competency in any element more than once. Students are advised that they are likely to be asked to personally demonstrate their assessment work to their teacher to ensure that the relevant competency standards are being met. In addition, formative feedback will be provided to students throughout the course.
Portfolio of work (completed in class) - 20%
Students will complete set practical exercises in class. These exercises should be completed weekly and submitted to be marked in class as either competent or not yet competent. Please note that exercises should be submitted on a regular basis. Late submission of exercises will not be accepted.
Final presentation - to be presented in class in Week 16 - 80%
This presentation should run for five minutes and will be co-assessed with BSBCRT301A Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills. (Please see the marking guide for this presentation on the Learning Hub for this course).
|Element||Portfolio of class work||Final presentation|
|Prepare for presentation||Yes||Yes|
A pass in an assessment piece will result in a grade for the student. Where a pass is achieved competency for that assessment is given. Where a pass is not achieved in any assessment piece an NYC (not Yet Competent) grade will be given. Competency MUST be achieved for each element of competency within a competency standard for a pass grade (or higher grade) to be given. Where competency for all elements of competency is not achieved, an overall NN grade will result.
Submission of written work/assessment
All of your written work must conform with RMIT’s guidelines "Written Reports and Essays: Guidelines for Referencing and Presentation in RMIT Business" which can be found on the RMIT website.
All of your written assessment must be lodged by the due date in the format specified for the particular assessment task. Written assessment must have a footer containing: student number, student name, course code, title of assessment and teacher’s name.
Staple your assignment. Please do not place in plastic binders or plastic pockets.
Attach a signed Assignment Cover Sheet to each submission of written work or assessment. Cover sheets are available near the lifts on Level 13.
You must keep a copy of your assignment/written work, which can be produced if the original is lost or damaged.
Late Submission of Work or Assessment
Only in cases of exceptional and genuine hardship (not including inconvenience or poor study planning), will limited extensions be considered. Students must lodge a completed Application of Extension Form before the official submission date for the work or assessment. Completed applications are to be addressed to the course coordinator and submitted via Reception on Level 13, Building 108. Documentary evidence should be provided Note: Extensions are not automatically granted.
This course/competency includes the employability skills listed below which are assessable under the Business Services Training Package.
In order to be able to effectively demonstrate the required employability skills during the course, students should participate and aim to attend punctually. Students are required to contribute to 80% plus of the required classes. Please note that employability skills are assessed across the entire program.
Employability skills are a core component of the competency and if a student is unable to effectively demonstrate these skills, a mark of NYC (Not Yet Competent) will be given for the course.
Employability skills identified for this course are:
Initiative and enterprise
Planning and organising
From July 2008 students issued with Training Package qualifications have been informed by their Registered Training Organisation that Employability Skills Summaries for Training Package qualifications can be downloaded from http:/employabilityskills.training.com.au. Registered Training Organisations are required to add the mandatory sentence providing the URL for the Employability Skills Summaries to Training Package and qualification testamurs from 1 January 2009. The Australian Qualification Framework Implementation Handbook has been amended to show this requirement.
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