By Sharon Yull

Used along the scholars' textual content, BTEC First in ICT for Practitioners, this pack deals an important suite of photocopiable handouts with scholar actions and case reports for the obligatory center devices and chosen professional devices of the 2006 BTEC First in ICT for Practitioners schemes from Edexcel. complete insurance is given to the center devices of the certificates and degree (units 1 and a pair of) and to the chosen professional devices lined within the textbook: * utilizing ICT to offer details (Unit 1) * creation to computers (Unit 2) * site improvement (Unit four) * Networking necessities (Unit 6) * Database software program (Unit nine) * Spreadsheet software program (Unit 10) * ICT pictures (Unit 18) additionally, the ICT undertaking (Unit three) is supported with handouts with actions to steer scholars via venture making plans and challenge fixing options. additionally to be had in digital shape at the CD-ROM, this pack will retailer lecturers and path groups many hours paintings getting ready handouts and assignments and is freely photocopiable in the deciding to buy establishment. The CD-ROM additionally includes chosen illustrations from the textbooks for teachers to exploit of their personal displays and handouts. Sharon Yull is a Senior Lecturer at urban university Norwich and a Senior topic Examiner for greater Nationals in Computing for Edexcel. Sharon additionally runs the learning and schooling corporation, an IT and schooling consultancy and has written books for different BTEC IT skills. * all of the crucial fabric required for operating the 2006 BTEC First in ICT for Practitioners qualification from Edexcel * bankruptcy by way of bankruptcy assurance of the obligatory certificates and degree devices of the syllabus, plus chosen professional devices * Freely photocopiable in the deciding to buy establishment with an digital model on hand on a CD-ROM, this pack will keep lecturers and direction groups many hours' paintings getting ready handouts and assignments

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Some operating systems are used specifically to support networked environments, and others are used to support stand-alone systems. Some operating systems can be described as being graphical, and others are text based. Tasks 1. Complete the table below, which will provide an overview of different types of operating systems: Operating systems Provide two examples of networked operating systems Provide two examples of stand-alone operating systems 1 1 2 2 Identify the benefits and limitations of graphical operating systems Identify the benefits and limitations of textbased operating systems Benefits Benefits Limitations Limitations Unit 2: Introduction to computer systems 31 Activity five Storage Data and information can be stored in a number of different formats, using a range of internal and external storage devices.

Case study tasks 1. Storage is an overhead associated with keeping information up-to-date. Identify two other overheads. 2. What factors impact the cost of data storage? 3. What are Dell’s solutions to storage problems? 4. What are the benefits of using Dell’s storage solutions? This page intentionally left blank Unit 3 ICT project The activities provided to support this unit have been designed to give students an insight into some of the tools and techniques required to embark on effective project management.

3. For a given BTEC First assessment, produce a Gantt chart that illustrates the planning process you will undertake for completing the work. 48 BTEC First ICT Practitioners Curriculum Support Pack Activity five SWOT analysis A SWOT analysis: • • • • Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats is modelled on four key elements that together provide a holistic view of the particular proposal or project. ’ Stock control SWOT analysis Strengths Weaknesses • Would reduce the amount of paperwork • Allow automatic stock ordering • Provide automatic tracking of the stock distribution in the warehouse • Information can be accessed by all stock personnel • Would reduce overheads by 5% • Initial financial outlay • Training of all warehousing personnel Opportunities Threats • Stock system can be integrated into other department systems • Access to stock information for all store personnel • Links to supplier systems • Incompatibility with other existing systems in the store In order to assess whether or not the proposal would be viable, the strengths should outweigh the weaknesses and the opportunities should exceed the threats.

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