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AWI International Education Group Courses prescriptions for all courses

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AWI International Education Group Courses prescriptions for all courses

  1. 1. AWI Courses Prescriptions Level 2, 520 Queen Street, Auckland CBD. PO Box 56-525, Dominion Rd, Auckland, New Zealand Phone: 006493072968, Facsimile: 006493072967, Email: india@awi.ac.nz, Website: www.awi.ac.nz Page 1/3 BUSINESS NZIM Diploma in Management Level 5 530 – Organisation Management 560 – Business Communication 630 – Leadership 636 – Applied Management  Any 2 from the following: 500 – Accounting Principles 510 – Introduction to Commercial Law 520 – Economic Environment 541 – Fundamentals of Marketing 550 – Business Computing 632 – Operations Management 633 – Human Resource Management New Zealand Diploma in Business Level 6 (2 years)  Any 6 of the Corepapers/subjects: 500 – Accounting Principles 510 – Introduction to Commercial Law 520 – Economic Environment 530 – Organisations and Management 541 – Fundamentals of Marketing 550 – Business Computing 560 – Business Communication  Any 2 Levels 5/6 papers/subjects and 4 Level 6 papers/subjects 580 – Principles of Tourism 610 – The Law of Business Entities 630 – Leadership 632 – Operations Management 633 – Human Resource Management 635 – Employment Relations 636 – Applied Management AWI Diploma in Business Level 7 (1 year) BUS 222 – Employee Relations BUS 223 – Organisational Theory & Behaviour BUS 228 – Workplace Law BUS 317 – Strategic Management BUS 320 – Management of Human Resource BUS 321 – International Marketing BUS 323 – International Management BUS 335 – Marketing Research and Analysis BUS 378 – Knowledge and Organisational Learning
  2. 2. AWI Courses Prescriptions Level 2, 520 Queen Street, Auckland CBD. PO Box 56-525, Dominion Rd, Auckland, New Zealand Phone: 006493072968, Facsimile: 006493072967, Email: india@awi.ac.nz, Website: www.awi.ac.nz Page 2/3 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY National Diploma in Computing (Level 5) 6713 - Describe the computer information systems function in an organisation; explain planning for the information systems function in an organisation; and explain a range of policies for controlling the information systems function in an organisation. 7679 - People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate an understanding of computer data types, and describe computer data structures. 7567 - Describe fundamental business concepts; describe systems theory with respect to information systems; explain how information technology can be used in businesses; explain the relationship between a business and its data requirements; and describe the principles of business planning and control. 6748 - Describe professionalism for the computer industry in New Zealand; describe codes of practice for professional bodies in New Zealand; describe professional relationships for computer professionals in New Zealand; discuss the significance of the Treaty of Waitangi to computer professionals in New Zealand; and discuss the significance of Government legislation to computer professionals in New Zealand. 6750 - Describe computer software system development life cycles, and interpret models of information systems. The performance of all elements is to a standard that allows for further learning in this area. 6763 - Design, write, test, and document computer programs that demonstrate third generation language (3GL) programming skills. 6825 - Test a computer application according to test plans; record the results from testing a computer application; and review the testing process for a computer application. 6836 - Describe software diagnostic tools for single-user and multi-user computer operating systems, and resolve problems for single-user and multi-user computer operating systems. 26227 - Describe the purpose and construct of a local area network; create a local area network; demonstrate the operation of the local area network (LAN) to a user; and customise a LAN user interface 6869 - Describe characteristics of personal computer hardware components; compare and select personal computer hardware components; and test personal computer hardware components. 6870 - Plan the assembly of a single-user personal computer and peripherals; and assemble, test, and dispatch a single-user personal computer and peripherals.
  3. 3. AWI Courses Prescriptions Level 2, 520 Queen Street, Auckland CBD. PO Box 56-525, Dominion Rd, Auckland, New Zealand Phone: 006493072968, Facsimile: 006493072967, Email: india@awi.ac.nz, Website: www.awi.ac.nz Page 3/3 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 6871 - Plan the installation of a single-user personal computer and peripherals; and install, test, and gain user acceptance for the installation of a single-user personal computer and peripherals. 6872 - Plan the installation of single-user personal computer system software and application software; and install, test, and gain user acceptance for the installation of single-user personal computer system software and application software. 6881 - Define requirements for assisting a person to learn to use a computer application; and conduct, and evaluate a session to assist a person to learn to use a computer application. 6882 - Receive, and investigate computer users’ problems; implement solutions to computer users’ problems; and close resolved computer users’ problems. 6883 - Discover computer problem trends, and report computer problem trends. 6887 - Investigate technical computer problems; provide solutions to technical computer problems; and maintain technical expertise in a field of computing. 6771 - Review requirements for database access for a computer application using structured query language (SQL); and design, write, test, and document programs for a computer application that accesses a database using SQL. National Diploma in Computing & IT (Level 7 – 1 year) CN41 LAN Administration CN42 WAN Administration CN43 Network Security CN44 Database Design & Administration PM21 Project Management Y14 Multi-user Systems-Technology AWI Diploma in IT (Level 7 – 2 years) CN41 LAN Administration Y15 Wide Area Networks CN42 WAN Administration Y14 Multi-user Systems-Technology CN43 Network Security Y12 Data Communications CN44 Database Design & Administration Y13 Local Area Networks-Technology PM21 Project Management Y16 Communications Skills TR22 User Training Y11 Personal Computers & Peripherals-Technology

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