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This unit provides a foundation for good practice in a variety of contexts. The ability to communicate effectively using different tools and mediums will ensure that practical, research, design, reporting and presentation tasks are undertaken professionally and in accordance with various communication conventions.


The aim of this unit is to enable learners to understand the concepts of web applications and apply the skills to develop and test web applications using server-side technologies.

The internet has emerged as a dominating area of IT development. The ever-expanding applications within the global community that communicates, trades and exchanges information(seamlessly) has meant that the Internet and its associated technologies is a rapidly growing and changing area that requires in-depth knowledge as well as a wide range of skills.

Learners will understand the concepts of web-based applications using one or more different server-side scripting languages, such as ASP, JSP and PHP. Many web-based systems also include database systems, which enables data to be processed dynamically. Learners will gain
experience of developing web-enabled database systems, using SQL statements combined with server-side scripts to manage the process of information.


The BTEC Higher National Diploma (HND) provides a fresh, alternative pathway to tertiary education. While serving the same interests as a traditional pathway it also differs in significant ways, with a strong focus on students being able to continuously demonstrate competencies, using assessments with a very strong   practical, contemporary and vocational character.


This unit introduces students to the core concepts of programming with an introduction to algorithms and the characteristics of programming paradigms.

This unit provides a foundation for good practice in a variety of contexts. The ability to communicate effectively using different tools and mediums will ensure that practical, research, design, reporting and presentation tasks are undertaken professionally and in accordance with various communication conventions.

The aim of this unit is to provide learners with the opportunity to acquire employability skills required for effective employment and to manage their own personal and professional development. 

Students at all levels of education and experience require employability skills as a prerequisite to entering the job market. This unit gives students an opportunity to assess and develop an understanding of their own responsibilities and performance in or when entering the workplace. The unit considers the skills required for general employment such as interpersonal and transferable skills, and the dynamics of working with others in teams or groups including leadership and communication skills. It also deals with the everyday working requirement of problem solving which includes the identification or specification of the 'problem', strategies for its solution and then evaluation of the results of the solution through reflective practices.


The aim of this unit is to provide the learner with understanding and skills relating to project management principles, methodologies, tools and techniques that are used in business.


The aim of this unit is to equip learners with the knowledge and research skills needed to select a research question, and design a research proposal for a chosen topic of interest.

he aim of this unit is to enable learners to understand the concepts of web applications and apply the skills to develop and test web applications using server-side technologies.

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