Cambridge TEC

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The Cambridge TEC is a new coures run by OCR. The course involces students undertaking 6 Units of work across two Years.


Year 12

Students will undertake the core units, plus an optional unit.

Core Units

The core units are set by the exam board and must be taken by all students. These units look at business and how businesses use ICT. They also look at tools and techniques which can be used in subsequent units of work

Unit 1

Communication and employability skills

This unit will prepare learners to effectively use various communication channels, within a working environment and to understand what an employer expects of an individual and how to communicate effectively whilst developing their own personal development needs. See the content of Unit 1

Task 1

You need to create a report to analyse the purpose, strengths and weaknesses of a number of IT communication methods. The followin methods may include:

Presentation software Word Processing Email Wikis Blogs/vlogs Instant messaging Video conferencing Podcasting

A bibliography may be required

J.Singh 23rd November 14.51 --J. Kelly (talk) 13:53, 16 November 2012 (UTC)

Feedback

I have found this Unit quite easy because it's using information that you already know. It's easy to find sources on the internet to.

i also found this quite easy to do because it has simple steps to it and it has the right sources that you can use which makes it a lot easier

--Kiran (talk) 14:46, 16 November 2012 (UTC)

I have found this unit in my ICT course rather easy as I was already familiar with the skills needed and required to complete the unit. I also found that using the Wiki website was reletively easy as the steps I had to follow to complete specific tasks were clear and simple. --Jatinder (Singh) 15:05, 23 November 2012 (UTC)


Optional Unit

Unit 17

Interactive media authoring

This unit focuses primarily on the creation of interactive media products. Learners will study the principles of interactive media authoring before planning and creating their own product.

Interactive media authoring is used for a variety of different purposes, to name a few; e-books, single user games, edutainment material, presentations, and museum touch screen information kiosks. These products usually comprise of a range of multimedia and interactive elements. The distribution of the products can be web-based, on CD/ DVD ROM, or apps for mobile devices.

There are a range of authoring tools available to use in their production and the creation.--S.Murtaza (talk) 15:04, 20 November 2012 (UTC)
Interactivity can be included in the form of quizzes and games, using scripting languages such as Lingo, Action Script See the content for Unit 17


--Jordan Kelly (talk) 12:44, 21 November 2012 (UTC)

Sources

IT Communication Methods

J.Singh 23rd November 14:58