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Digital Technology Guidelines. Ministry of Education.

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National Qualification Services (NQS)

National Qualification Services (NQS) is seeking feedback on the revision of the National Certificates in Computing Level 2 and 3. This revision has occurred to reflect changes made during the review of level 1–3 Computing unit standards. NQS is seeking specific comment on the following changes:

  • the addition of unit standard 2783 in the compulsory section of both qualifications
  • the change to credit value requirements for elective A
  • the replacement of compulsory business information management
  • standards by a maximum credit value from domains text information management, or, business information processing in elective B
  • the change in credit value for the balance of credits in elective C

Please take time to review the below draft qualifications and provide comment. This can be made by email to nqs@nzqa.govt.nz or alternatively you can mail comment to National Qualifications Services, NZQA, PO Box 160, Wellington 6140. The last date for comment is Wednesday, 5 August 2009.

Please note that these drafts are for comment only and should not be used to make changes to programmes or planning decisions as they may change during the quality assurance process. NQS hopes to have final versions available to the sector later this year.

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