Computing

Learning in this area covers computer science, the principles of information and computation, how digital systems work and programming. It involves using information technology to create programs, systems and a range of content.

The computing sector covers a diverse range of employment opportunities, from data input and archiving to electronic game design, app creation and software analysis.

We found 34 challenges in the Vocational area 'Computing'

Challenge Level NLH
The learner will choose a topic of interest, research information on their chosen topic, create a PowerPoint presentation and present this to other people.
Entry 3  10
The learner will research a topic of interest and share what they find in a PowerPoint presentation.
Entry 1  10
The learner will research a topic of interest and share what they find in a PowerPoint presentation.
WTE1  10
The learner will choose a topic of interest, research information on their chosen topic, create a PowerPoint presentation and present this to other people.
Entry 2  10
The learner will use a computer to create a poster using a PowerPoint template.
WTE1  10
The learner will use a computer to research, plan and create a fact sheet.
WTE1  10
The learner will actively participate in online learning during lockdown.
Level 1  30
The learner will actively participate in online learning during lockdown.
Entry 3  30
The learner will actively participate in online learning during lockdown.
Entry 2  30
The learner will be able to create and edit an event on the Google calendar app.
Entry 1  20
The learner will be able to create an event and invite guests on the Google calendar app.
Entry 2  20
The learner will use different pieces of technology eg commination aids, buttons, switches to produce a cause and affect response and to make choices.
WTE1  30
The learner will use appropriate communication methods to make simple choices.
WTE1  30
The learner will be able to extract information from a brief and use the information to book a flight.
Entry 2  10