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eBusiness Studies 5N1369 QQI/FETAC Level 5

The purpose of this award is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence in the application and use of information and communications technologies to enable the learner to apply principles and practices of eBusiness technologies in a range of contexts. Covers a broad range of networking principles to introduce the learner to electronic business management concepts and techniques.
 
 
Who should apply:
  Anyone interested in working in the eBusiness Technology environment.
 
 
 
Learners will be able to:
 
1 Summarise the technological aspects required to support eBusiness, to include the development of web architecture, data transmission, client or server architecture, delivery platforms and networks and Electronic Data Interchange
 
2 Explore the evolution of eBusiness and how the internet operates as a global communications network
 
3 Analyse Network Security to include potential threats to a network, available network security components and encrypted communication protocols
 
4 Comment on the usability, reliability, integrity and safety aspects of networks and data
 
5 Examine the role of eBusiness applications, to include marketing, advertising, purchasing, procurement and payments applications, across a range of organisations
 
6 Evaluate the legal, social and economic impact of eBusiness
 
7 Employ a range of generic e-Business applications and search engines to locate business information resources
 
8 Use a range of e-applications to include email, payment systems, video conferencing and file transfer protocol
 
9 Apply an eBusiness strategy to an existing organisation or process
 
10 Recommend appropriate eBusiness platforms, payment mechanisms and security components for a range of business activities
 
11 Recommend on-line purchasing and procurement processes to include order tracking, shipping, logistics and inventory management to improve existing purchasing and procurement practices.
 

 

 

Assessment Technique:    

       Project    50%        Assignment   50%         
 
 
The grading of the QQI/FETAC component is as follows:
 

Pass   - 50-64%          Merit   -   65-79%         Distinction  -  80-100%

G Training Centre, Gorey
 
Costing from: €200 - €300    (including Administration Fee)          This price does not include QQI/FETAC Certification Fees
 
 
Duration: 10 - 12 weeks            Start Date: To be Confirmed
 
 
 
Entry Requirements:
Some experience with computers would also be desirable but is NOT a requirement. All prospective students MUST demonstrate an active interest in working with computers and learning computer theory.
 
Component Certification:
Following successful completion Kilmuckridge Centre of Further Education will offer a QQI/ FETAC Level 5 component in eBusiness Studies 5N1369 QQI/FETAC which is a Level 5 on the National Framework of Qualifications.
 
 
Learner Progression
eBusiness Studies 5N1369 QQI/FETAC Level 5 is a component of
eBusiness Level 5

Learners who successfully complete this programme may use the associated credits as a stand-alone qualification or as one component of a Major Award, with a view to moving up to the next level. 

 
Additional Information
 
All training is delivered in a friendly and comfortable training centre with experienced and dedicated tutors focusing on ensuring each trainee is given every opportunity to learn the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities in order to excel in their business role.
 
 
To view more information in relation to the specific learning outcomes of this component please see the full Component Specification which is available on the QQI/FETAC website.
 
To find out if the above component is currently scheduled please visit our Course Scheduled page.
 
 
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