Electronic Projects Level 3

Electronic Projects Level 3 (Full Year) (L3ELECF)

Prior Learning: Successfully completed Level 2 Electronics with a minimum of 14 credits
Future Pathways/Subjects: Tertiary level training
Note:
This course is designed for students wanting to use knowledge, skills and resources to solve real-world practical problems and has an emphasis on both theoretical knowledge and practical exercises. It covers: investigation, use and understanding of existing technological products and systems; use of suitable materials, tools and equipment; design of solutions and evaluation of these solutions; modelling and creating circuits through computer simulations and prototype boards; and using the student’s Windows laptop to download and use the required software programs.

TOTAL CREDITS AVAILABLE : 15 Credits
EXTERNAL CREDITS : 4 Credits
INTERNAL CREDITS : 11 Credits

Standard
Number
Level Credits Lit / Num Full Title Method of
Assessment
Assessment Opportunities Offered
26123 3 3 Demonstrate knowledge of the practical applications of logic circuits Assignment
91639 3 4 L1 Lit Digital Technologies 3.48 – Implement complex interfacing procedures in a specified electronic environment Assignment
91640 3 4 L1 Lit Digital Technologies 3.49 – Implement complex techniques in constructing a specified complex electronic and embedded system Assignment
91638 3 4 L1 Lit, W Lit Digital Technologies 3.47 – Demonstrate understanding of complex concepts used in the design and construction of Exam External

 

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