BTEC National for IT Practitioners: Systems units

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Routledge, Jul 15, 2010 - Computers - 158 pages

BTEC National for IT Practitioners: Systems Units has been written specifically to cover the systems pathway of the BTEC National specifications.

This book caters for one of the most popular pathways in the BTEC National specifications, bringing together all the key specialist units for students who have chosen the systems route, including the core units specific to this pathway that aren't covered in the core unit book. When used alongside its companions for the core units and business pathways, this series delivers the most accessible and usable student textbooks available for the BTEC National.

Units covered:

Unit 11 – Data Analysis and Design
Unit 22 – Network Management
Unit 13 – Human Computer Interaction
Unit 28 – IT Technical Support
Unit 16 – Maintaining Computer Systems
Unit 29 – IT Systems Troubleshooting and Repair

Written by an experienced tutor, each unit is illustrated with assessment activities, end-of-chapter questions, case studies and practical exercises. The result is a clear, straightforward textbook that encourages independent study and acts as a reference to various topics within the qualification.


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Data Analysis and Design Unit
Human Computer Interaction Unit
3Maintaining Computer Systems Unit
Network Management Unit
Know about networking management tools and technologies
IT Systems Troubleshooting and Repair Unit
Knowhow to identifyandselect suitable remedies to repair IT systems

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About the author (2010)

Sharon Yull is a Senior Lecturer at City College Norwich and a Senior Subject Examiner for Higher Nationals in Computing for Edexcel. She also runs the Training and Education Company.

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