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MILLENNIUM CHALLENGE ACCOUNT MONGOLIA

Vocational Education and Training Project

GOVERNMENT OF MONGOLIA

Agency for TVET





Web designer



SET of RECOMMENDATIONS on
TEACHING and MATERIAL
ORGANIZATION GUIDE



Code

3514
-
13



Communication Sector










December 2010

Draft version 1


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Acknowledgments


The
MILLENNIUM CHALLENGE ACCOUNT MONGOLIA
-

Vocational Education and Training
Project
would like to thank the many people working in the field
and in the education community who
participated in the
development of this vocational training program, in
particular the following individuals:

Representatives Employed in Education


А.Дelgermurun

Teacher of the Production and Art College

P.Boldbaatar


Teacher of the Construction College

S. Garamhand

Teach
er of the Mongolian
-
Korean technology college

S. Erdene ochir

Teacher of the Technical Technology College


Representatives Employed in the Field


Т.Мunkhbayar

Head of Department UBET company

Ts. Tsengel


System Engineer, National dispatching center

S.S
aikhanbileg

Engineer of “MCS Electronics”

D.Ganbileg


Engineer “EAC” Co.Ltd

E.Erdenebat


Engineer of “MCS Electronics”

B.Ankhbayar


Engineer of “Mogul” Computer Industry

J.Odbaatar


Engineer “Puzzle” Co.Ltd

S.Enkh
-
Bagana

Manager of “Mogul” Computer Indu
stry

N.Gantulga


Network Engineer of “Govi” Co.Ltd

M.Tugsjargal


Network Engineer of “Sankhuugiin toozoolol” Co.Ltd


Ch. Altantsetseg

Dacum Facilitator





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Development Team


Coordination

Jean Luc Marcellin

Team leader Curriculum Development Specialist
”ABU” Consult



Giovanni Crisonà

Curriculum Development Specialist “ABU” Consult



M.Chamintsetseg

Curriculum Development Specialist “ABU” Consult



Design and Development

Members of the curriculum development team


Т.Мunkhbayar

.............

Computer worker of the U
laanbaatar Transmission Ltd



Ts. Tsenge l

..............................

System Engineer, National dispatching center


S. Garamkhand

.............

Teacher of the Mongolian
-
Korean technology college


S. Erdene Ochir

.........................

Teacher of the Technical Technology College


А.Дelgermurun

................................
Teacher of the Productio
n and Art College


P.Boldbaatar

................................
............

Teacher of the Construction College







Mongolian version

Name of translators


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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Introduction
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5

1.

Organization modes required for the implementation of the program of study.
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6

Synoptic table of program

of study

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6

Flowchart of the training sequence (logigram)

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.......

7

Promotion of the Program of study

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8

Organization of internship or training in company

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..

8

2.

Human resources

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8

Qualifications requirements for the teaching staff

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..

8

List of types of specialists whic
h will be required by considering miscellaneous scenarios of
training

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1
5

Hiring

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....

15

Enhancing (technical update of the trainers)

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1
7

3.

Equipment tools and furniture

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1
8

4.

Material resources

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23

5.
Teaching and Learning Material

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................................

2
6

6.

Work place ergonomic
s
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3
3


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Introduction

The set of recommendation aim is to support the teaching and material organization. It focuses on
various aspects of teaching organization and the requirement of physical and material resources
required for training. It is produced for

TVET training program implementation teams and for managers
and leaders of the TVET institutions.

The set of recommendations about teaching and material organization should be considered as a
reference document in the same way as the teaching and learning

guide and, the evaluation guide. It is
among the documents belonging to different phases of the development and implementation of training
programs.

Among the possible users of the set of recommendation guide are the managers of the TVET
institutions, the

director of studies, the teachers, the pedagogic advisers and other key stakeholders
of the TVET system (IA TVET for example).

The set of recommendations is divided into seven chapters, each covering a type of need to be
satisfied. These needs are the fol
lowing:



organization modes required for the implementation of the program of study.



human resources (HR);



equipment tools and furniture (ETF);



material resources (MR);



Work material and support services;



Teaching and Learning material;



training place ergo
nomics.


6



1.

Organization modes required for the implementation of
the program of study.

Synoptic table of program of study


Web designer

.....

Number of modules

25

Duration in hours

2100

Code

#

Title of the module (competency)

Duration

(hours)

Credit


1

To be a Technician in IT sector

45

3


2

Assure health and safety

30

2


3

Adapt to work requirements in IT sector and get a job position as a web
designer

450

30


4

Solve problems related to web design

70

4


5

Use mathematical concepts and techniques

4
5

3


6

Use relevant technologies in web design

50

3


7

Perform Computer Operations

60

4


8

Check site security

60

4


9

Design dynamic business websites

165

11


10

Apply Quality Standards and Control

30

2


11

Evaluate and select an Internet Service Pr
ovider

30

2


12

Maintain website performance

45

3


13

Write content for web pages

45

3


14

Analyse information and assign meta
-
tags

45

3


15

Content technical protocols and standards

45

3


16

Install software applications

60

4


17

Implement and evalu
ate data security

120

8


18

Confirm accessibility of website for people with special needs

45

3


19

Ensure dynamic website security

60

4


20

Perform stress and load testing on integrated platform

45

3


21

Apply web authoring tools

120

8


22

Maintain i
nteractive content

90

6


23

Produce and prepare photo and images

90

6


24

Design web environments and layouts

135

9


25

Create graphics and animations

120

8


* 15 hours = 1 credit

This program leads to a Diploma of Vocational Studies in Web designer




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Flowchart of the training sequence (logigram)













1
-

To be a Technician
in IT sector
2
-

Assure health and
safety
6
-

Use relevant
technologies in web
design
5
-

Use mathematical
concepts and
techniques
4
-

Solve problems
related to web design
3
-

Adapt to work
requirements in IT
sector and get a job
position as a web
designer
7
-

Perform Computer
Operations
8
-

Check site security
9
-

Design dynamic
business websites
10
-

Apply Quality
Standards and Control
11
-

Evaluate and
select an Internet
Service Provider
12
-

Maintain website
performance
13
-

Write content for
web pages
14
-

Analyse
information and assign
meta
-
tags
15
-

Content technical
protocols and
standards
16
-

Install software
applications
17
-

Implement and
evaluate data security
18
-

Confirm
accessibility of website
for people with special
needs
19
-

Ensure dynamic
website security
20
-

Perform stress
and load testing on
integrated platform
21
-

Apply web
authoring tools
22
-

Maintain
interactive content
23
-

Produce and
prepare photo and
images
24
-

Design web
environments and
layouts
25
-

Create graphics
and animations
8


Promotion of the Program of study

It is up to the training institutions to engage in the promotion of their vocational training programs. This
promotion can be tailored to three types of custom
ers: the population in general, potential students
and possible employers.

Promotion can take several forms ranging from scholastic and professional information to the potential
students, advertising in mass media, opened doors supplemented by visits guide
d up to the presence
of particular newsstands on the occasion of fairs or on thematic conventions.


Organization of internship or training in company

At the time of organizing an internship or training in the job, besides activities planned in the program
,
there is also a need:



to draw inspiration from the training program and the Teaching and learning guide to define
the nature of the activities of studentship or training on the job, to determine the
conditions of access to the company and to establish mo
des of evaluation used by the
employer;



to prepare a default contract or a default protocol of understanding linking the training
centre

to organization or between training
centre
;



to provide guarantees of responsibility insurance;



to clear budgeting resou
rces allowing to reimburse expenses of
travelling

and meals of the
supervising personnel of an studentship or training on the job;



to plan the attribution of the supervising personnel of studentship or training on the job.


2.

Human resources

Qualifications
requirements for the teaching staff

The success of the implementation of a new program often depends on skills and on work experience
of the teaching staff

We suggest to observe the following specifications:


Module n. 1

To be a Technician in IT sector

t
eachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

the training program and its aims

-

the trade
description

-

the main regulations related to the trade

-

labour market in the field

-

career opportunities

Module n. 2

Assure health and safety

9


teacher
s and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

the risks inherent in construction sites

-

the rules that apply to health and safety on construction sites

-

the measures to take in the event of an emergency

-

the methods necessary to implement a continu
ous self learning process in health and safety

-

the occupational health and safety standards

-

personal protective clothing and equipment relevant to job and job context

-

workplace equipment, materials and housekeeping equipment, and processes and precau
tions for
their use

-

workplace hazards and ways to minimise or remove them

Module n. 3

Adapt to work requirements in IT sector and get a job position as a web designer

teachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

job research techniques and
resources

-

CV standards and presentation letters

-

workflow procedures and Quality Management

-

current events, activities, products and services of the targeted industry

-

workplace policies, procedures and guidelines

-

time
-
management strategies

-

appro
priate workplace protocols

-

workplace equipment, tools and other technologies used in the trade industry, and where and how to
obtain information and instructions on their safe use and basic care and servicing

-

sources of information on the industry sect
or and skills development activities.

Module n. 4

Solve problems related to web design

teachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-


Analytical techniques

Brainstorming, Intuitions/Logic, Cause and effect diagrams, Pareto analysis, SWOT analy
sis, Gant
chart, Pert CPM and graphs, Scattergrams


-


problem management

Non
-

routine process and quality problems

Equipment selection, availability and failure

Teamwork and work allocation problem

Safety and emergency situations and incidents


-


Acti
on plans

Priority requirements

Measurable objectives

Resource requirements

Timelines

Co
-
ordination and feedback requirements

Safety requirements

Risk assessment

Environmental requirements

Module n. 5

Use mathematical concepts and techniques

teachers and t
rainers experts in the following fields:

-

General mathematical concepts and techniques to manage workplace problems

-

Mathematical computations

-

Fundamental operation (addition, subtraction, division, multiplication)

-

Measurement systems

-

Precision an
d accuracy

-

Basic measuring tools/devices

2,7 Calculators and
software

Module n. 6

Use relevant technologies in web design

10


teachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

Office technology

-

Industrial technology

-

System technology

-

Informati
on technology

-

Training technology

-

Real Time Management

-

KAIZEN or continuous improvement

-

5s

-

Total Quality Management

-

Other management/productivity tools and software

Module n. 7

Perform Computer Operations

teachers and trainers experts in the f
ollowing fields:

-

Personal computers

-

Networking systems/equipments

-

Communication equipments

-

Printers

-

Scanners

-

Keyboards

-

Mouses

-

cameras

-

Operating system

-

Word processing

-

Data base

-

Internet browser, email and other online applications
to manage, share documents and work with
documents

-

Spreadsheets

-

stick memories

-

CDs, DVD etc

-

hard disk drives

-

Ergonomic guideline

Module n. 8

Check site security

teachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

Identify and access built
in security features from the features toolbar or pull
-
down menu of a
browser

-

Activate security features on own browser that identify a secure site by automatically opening a
warning box

-

Activate other
security features

as necessary, including alerts
when you are leaving a secure site by
automatically opening a warning box

-

Ascertain whether the website has a statement about the how it manages site security

-

Confirm that code passwords are not seen when viewing source

-

Check if the website has a p
rivacy statement relating to the use of personal information and
sensitive information

-

Ascertain whether the website states the security process related to sensitive information

-

Check if the website has statements relating to the website disclosure of

information particularly
sensitive information

-

Find the details of products, services and support provided

-

Check that the policy and procedure details on cancelling, returning and refunding on services,
products and support are stated

-

Ensure copyr
ight statements and acknowledgements are evident

-

Determine if the website is operated by a credentials bona
-
fide

or

registered

business

-

Check that disclaimers made by the business are reasonable and lawful

-

Ensure that services, products and adverti
sing information regarding services and products are
lawful

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Module n. 9

Design dynamic business websites

teachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

Apache servers provided by Apache

-

Internet Information Services servers provided by Micros
oft

-

Nginx servers provided by Igor Sysoev

-

Google Web Server servers provided by Google

-

Email servers

-

File and print servers

-

FTP servers

-

Proxy servers

-

Configuration and
maintenance

techniques of different databases such as Oracle, Sybase, Micr
osoft
SQL server, mSQL, MySQL, SQL server

-

Procedures for operating server analysis tools such as Apache JSSI and Apache Jmeter

-

Security plan techniques including theft, viruses, standards (including archival, back
-
up, network),
privacy, audits

-

Proced
ures for security web servers including basic access authentication, digest access
authentication, https

-

Functionalities and settings of different equipments such as workstations, personal computers,
modems or other connectivity devices, DSL modems, hard

drives, monitors, switches, hubs, other
peripheral devices

-

Web servers common features such as virtual hosting, large file support, bandwidth throttling,
server
-
side scripting

-

PHP, ASP Including the .NET Framework, Perl, Python, Ruby

-

Open Source web
site applications

Module n. 10

Apply Quality Standards and Control

teachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

the concepts of quality, elements of quality and the quality codes and standards

-

the company policy in quality management

-

qual
ity control manual, processes, procedures, instructions, check lists etc

-

the relationship between quality assurance and quality control

-

the role of communications in a quality environment

-

human resources expectations and responsibilities

-

measuremen
t of quality and the external and internal audits

-

quality indicators and performances

Module n. 11

Evaluate and select an Internet Service Provider

teachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

Internet security issues

-

Server technologies

-

Operating systems used by ISPs

-

Customer and business needs and relationships

-

Performance expectations from customers and end users

-

Applying performance benchmarks

-

Server applications such as file sharing, web services, network and remote access,
database and
data warehousing, directory services, terminal services

-

Different operating systems such as Unix, Linux, Windows, Apple

-

Different servers such as Apache, IIS, GWS

-

Basic elements and procedures for scripting languages such as Pearl, Vbscr
ipt, VB.Net Javascript,
PHP, Python

-

Security technologies including secure socket layer (SSL), PKI, payment gateways

-

Hosting plans

-

Databases configuration and management

Module n. 12

Maintain website performance

teachers and trainers experts in the
following fields:

12


-

Website architecture

-

Basic website security

-

Basic workload (web traffic) metrics

-

Basic business process design

-

Customer and business liaison

-

Procedures for website development and analysis

-

Procedures and techniques for tech
nical test design and test implementation

-

Procedures and techniques for test evaluation and analysis

-

Procedures and techniques for fault diagnosis and correction

-

Procedures and techniques for planning administration and maintenance schedules

Module n
. 13

Write content for web pages

teachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

Content features such as clarity, ease of viewing

-

Readability and how intuitive or logical the navigation is from one content detail to the next

-

The functions a
nd features of micro
-
content elements such as headings, highlighted words, link text

-

Relationship between content and site design such as giving the website a look in harmony with or
adopting the corporate style

-

Functions and features of style guides i
ncluding using cascading style sheets

-

Web design and usability by finding a balance between visual impact elements and speed of
downloads

-

Copyright and intellectual property legislation and application principles, content/document
referencing or the pr
otocols for seeking permission to use from authors and sources

Module n. 14

Analyse information and assign meta
-
tags

teachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

Data modelling techniques in relation to developing the conceptual data model

-

Different business operating systems in relation to data sources

-

Different support systems in relation to knowledge management strategies

-

Functions and features of databases

-

Meta
-
standards including Dublin core and simple HTML ontology extensions

-

M
eta tags main markers including Title, Description, Keywords, Robots, Archive/NoArchive, Pragma,
Revisit
-
after, Copyright, Set
-
Cookie, Refresh, different actions on each Page

-

Document indexing and search engines

Module n. 15

Content technical protocols
and standards

teachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

HTML, XML and CSS fundamentals

-

Server operating systems and access security procedures

-

FTP software protocols

-

Privacy principles

-

Internet protocols

-

Security issues (e.g. deni
al of service, viruses, hackers)

-

Copyright issues

-

Streaming technologies

-

Compression technologies

Module n. 16

Install software applications

teachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

Application programmes

-

Licensing requirements

-

Hardware knowledge

-

Operating system

-

Software

-

Industry products and services

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Module n. 17

Implement and evaluate data security

teachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

Techniques and processes of data access management

-

Control pro
cedures for data security

-

Data security architecture and procedures for setting users privileges

-

Techniques for media control mechanisms

-

Techniques and tools for monitoring data access

-

Procedures for reporting data security and privacy breaches

-

Benchmarks for effective enterprise data security

-

Evaluation and testing processes and tools for protection of data

Module n. 18

Confirm accessibility of website for people with special needs

teachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

Web
site architecture

-

Website security

-

Work load metrics

-

Technical performance measurement

-

Business process design

-

Customer and business liaison

-

Government, advocacy group and special needs group liaison

-

Website accessibility, security and equity

legislation

-

Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)

-

Copyright and intellectual property

-

Relevant privacy legislation and principles

-

Electronic commerce modelling language

-

Access and equity legislation and principles

Module n. 19

Ensure dynamic websi
te security

teachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

Security threats, including vandalism, sabotage, breach of privacy or confidentiality, theft and fraud,
violations of data integrity, denial of service

-

Organisational issues surroundin
g security

-

Functions and features of stored value payment systems (e.g. DigiCash, CyberCoin, Mondex,
CAFE, Visa Cash)

-

Functions and features of common stored account payment systems (e.g. First Virtual's Internet
Payment System, CyberCash secure intern
et payment system, Secure Electronic Transactions
standard (SET), smart cards)

-

Functions and features of generic secure protocols (e.g. secure socket layer (SSL), secure hypertext
transfer protocol (SHTTP), secure multi
-
purpose internet mail extensions (
S/MIME))

-

Functions and features of automated intrusion detection software, functions and features of network
address translation (NAT) in relation to securing internal IP addresses, buffer overruns and stack
smashing with reference to operating system de
ficiencies, functions and features of authentication
and access control (e.g. single
-
factor and two
-
factor authentication, biometric authentication)

-

Functions and features of cryptography, including digital signatures and public and private key
algorithm
s, functions and features of CGI scripts, advantages and disadvantages of using the range
of security features, protocol stack for internet communications, knowledge of physical web server
security, particularly remote hosts

Module n. 20

Perform stress an
d load testing on integrated platform

teachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

Detailed knowledge of program design and performance

-

Detailed knowledge of system/application requirements and performance

-

Broad knowledge of testing techni
ques, with detailed knowledge of features and processes in some
areas

-

Broad knowledge of automated test tools, with detailed knowledge of features and processes in
some areas

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Module n. 21

Apply web authoring tools

teachers and trainers experts in the fo
llowing fields:

-

Website architecture

-

SGML and the
associated

standards

-

Basic design principles

-

Authoring tool accessibility guidelines

-

Technical environment characteristics

Module n. 22

Maintain interactive content

teachers and trainers experts

in the following fields:

-

internet protocols and data types

-

health and safety standards as they relate to working on computers for periods of time

Module n. 23

Produce and prepare photo and images

teachers and trainers experts in the following fields
:

-

basic photographic techniques

-

basic principles of visual design and communication

-

appropriate file formats for various platforms

-

industry knowledge, including:

-

roles and responsibilities of project team members, e.g. designers, content creator
s, information
architects, programmers and coders

-

basic understanding of the relationship between technical and creative aspects and requirements of
interactive media projects

-

basic knowledge of the features of a range of delivery platforms

-

work and
safety standards and rules regarding the use of scanners, cameras and computers, and
handling and disposing of lithium batteries

Module n. 24

Design web environments and layouts

teachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

industry knowledge,

including:

2.
-

roles and responsibilities of project team members, e.g. designers, content creators,

2.
-

information architects, programmers and coders

2.
-

sequence and interrelationship of stages in the process of developing web environments

2.
-

broad ra
nge of web applications and technologies

2.
-

web design and its relationship to web optimisation strategies

2.
-

web standards, including SCORM, usability, W3C Accessibility and interoperability

2.
-

issues and challenges that arise in designing and developi
ng web environments

-

typical formats and techniques for documenting the design of web environments

-

health and protection standards as they relate to working for periods of time on computers

-

intellectual property rights and copyright clearance procedur
es

Module n. 25

Create graphics and animations

teachers and trainers experts in the following fields:

-

Image formats (SWF, SVG, GIF, JPEG, PNG)

-

JavaScript, AppleScript or Microsoft Visual Basic

-

Text and formatting

-

Drawing shapes

-

Manipulating ima
ges

-

Design principles

-

Profiles

-

Colour management

-

Transform and animation techniques


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List of types of specialists which will be required by considering
miscellaneous scenarios of training

It should be noted that it is sometimes, for certain very sp
ecialized trainings, more
favourable

to call
upon specialists invited to give a part of training, than to try to train teachers who have studied in quite
another domain.

We recommend in particular, to pay attention to Module n. 3 where is necessary to invo
lve a
counsellor to help students in the active research on job market and in the self development

Hiring

At the time of hiring, it is necessary to specify relating requirements, for each of the specialists:



in technical basic training;



in supplementary te
chnical training;



in working experience;



in pedagogic training;



in the experience of education;



in personal qualities.




Module

Experience in
technical basic
training

Experience in
supplementary
technical training

Experience in
working
experience

Experien
ce in
pedagogic
training

Experience
in education

Other
personal
qualities

Module n. 1

To be a Technician in
IT sector

X



X

X


Module n. 2

Assure health and
safety

X


X




Module n. 3

Adapt to work
requirements in IT
sector and get a job
position as
a web
designer

X


X

X

X

counsellor

Module n. 4

Solve problems related
to web design


X

X




Module n. 5

Use mathematical
concepts and
techniques


X





Module n. 6

Use relevant
technologies in web
design

X






Module n. 7

Perform Computer
Operatio
ns

X






Module n. 8

Check site security


X

X




Module n. 9

Design dynamic
business websites


X

X




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Module

Experience in
technical basic
training

Experience in
supplementary
technical training

Experience in
working
experience

Experien
ce in
pedagogic
training

Experience
in education

Other
personal
qualities

Module n. 10

Apply Quality
Standards and Control


X

X




Module n. 11

Evaluate and select an
Internet Service
Provider


X

X




Module n. 12

Mai
ntain website
performance


X

X




Module n. 13

Write content for web
pages

X


X




Module n. 14

Analyse information
and assign meta
-
tags


X

X




Module n. 15

Content technical
protocols and
standards

X


X




Module n. 16

Install software
applicatio
ns

X






Module n. 17

Implement and
evaluate data security


X

X




Module n. 18

Confirm accessibility of
website for people with
special needs


X

X




Module n. 19

Ensure dynamic
website security


X

X




Module n. 20

Perform stress and
load testin
g on
integrated platform


X

X




Module n. 21

Apply web authoring
tools


X

X




Module n. 22

Maintain interactive
content


X

X




Module n. 23

Produce and prepare
photo and images

X

X

X




Module n. 24

Design web
environments and
layouts


X

X




M
odule n. 25

Create graphics and
animations


X

X




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Enhancing (technical update of the trainers)

To assure that the training staff is up to date about used techniques, new technologies, applied
methods, new equipment and of work subjects used. The follo
wing suggestions are made concerning
domains where activities of refinement are necessary (in order of preference):



pedagogic refinement;



technological refinement;



Recycling and updating of knowledge.

It is important to specify the most appropriate types o
f refinement:



practice in industry, obligatory and planned;



secondary school or university training;



short term practical training in real work environment.

It is also important to plan human and financial resources required to accomplish the annual traini
ng
plan:



Days
-
per
-
person planned on the training calendar;



Travelling

and lodging expenses and school or tuition fees.



For this program the priority topics of refinement are introduced in a table as below.

Teaching Staff Enhancing (Training of the traine
r)

Session(s)

Themes

Number of
days

Participants

Cost (euro)

1

Finalize aims and share methods: learning
by doing as the way to promote knowledge
and competences. Learning to be.

1

40

600

2

Focus the trainers and teacher attention
on the work placement
relevance and set
their aims to support students during the
placement.

The training package structure and the
interaction between competences

1

4 x 10

(4 groups)

2400

3

Assessments as a formative and
bidirectional support for learning

1

2 x 20

(2 groups)

1200


Totals

3

40

4200


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3.

Equipment tools and furniture

The administrators of the TVET institution authorized to give the programs of study have the
responsibility to provide the teaching staff the equipment necessary to reach the objectiv
es of a
program. The equipment and the tools necessary for the implementation of program is divided
between 5 categories:

1.0


Appliances, machines and equipment

Set of mechanisms or parts used for carrying out a job, for noticing a phenomenon or tak
ing
measures, or transforming energy into given product.

2.0

Tools and instruments

Fabricated objects serving for acting on material, for carrying out a job, making an operation or for
taking measures, and which can be driven manually or mechanically.

3.0

Accessories

Any object which supplements an appliance, equipment, machine or device.

4.0 Furniture and office equipment

5.0 Appliances, audiovisual and computer equipment and material

This category notably consists of projectors, microc
omputers, films, diaporamas, software and
educational software programs, video tapes, videodiscs, CD, DVD, etc.


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Furniture, Equipment and Tools (Categories 1.0 to 5.0)


Module

Description and commentaries


Type of Room

Uses


Quantit
y

Cost (euro)

Dura
-
tion

Area
in m2

Hours

Modu
-
les

Unit

Total

To be a technician in IT
sector

Room for classes equipped with minimum requirements as whiteboard
and optional
video projector

Teaching room with seats
and tables


1
-

26

530

25

13250


80

Adapt to work
requir
ements in the
trade sector and get a
job position

Time
-
management literature and tools like online calendars and other
stand alone software

Workplace equipment, tools and other technologies used in the trade

office automation resources as fax and telephone

personal computer

printer

Room equipped as an office
with various desks

100

3

1

5000

5000


100

Solve problems related
to work activities

An operating plant over an extended period of time, or a suitable ambient
where to refer the operating ability over a

range of situations



personal computer

management software

An operating plant

(office production workshop)

40

4

1

400

400


300

Perform Computer
Operations

Personal computer (included Keyboard and Mouse)

Networking systems/equipments (router or modem)

C
ommunication equipments (headphone, microphone)

Printer

Scanner

camera

Operating system

Word processing software (if present, otherwise it is sufficient to use
online resources like
Google

documents)

Data base software (we suggest to use Open Office)

Inter
net browser (to access to online email client and other online
applications to manage, share documents and work with documents)

Spreadsheet software (if present, otherwise it is sufficient to use online
resources like
Google

documents)

stick memories

CDs,
DVD etc

hard disk drives


60

10

1

40

2400


120

Apply Quality Standards
and Control

Personal computer, internet connection

Laptop

can be used in
standard classroom

30

10

5

400

2000


120

All not mentioned before

Generic Materials

-

CD, disk, USB cables, U
SB extensions, pen and paper

-

hardware storage devices

-

video projector

Workshop

1340

5, 6, 8,
9, 11
-

25

1340

50

67000


150

20


Module

Description and commentaries


Type of Room

Uses


Quantit
y

Cost (euro)

Dura
-
tion

Area
in m2

Hours

Modu
-
les

Unit

Total


-

network servers

-

1 pc/ lap top for each participants with internet connection

-

monitors large size and high definition


-

digital television set

-

camera

-

video camera

-

audio

recorder


Peripherals:

-

Printers, scanners, tape cartridges

-

Speakers, multimedia kits

-

Personal computer fax, modems

-

Input equipment may include mouse, touch pad, keyboard, pens

-

Mobile phones, palmtops and personal digital assistants (PDAs)

-

Blue
tooth devices, universal serial bus (USB),
Fire wire



Software may include but is not limited to:

-

web editors

-

software and applications for photo, audio, video handling and editing

-

database programs

-

word processors

-

email

-

programs

-

internet br
owsers

-

system browsers

-

spreadsheets

-

indexing and search engines optimization software

-

HTML, XML and CSS editors

-

Adobe Photoshop

-

Adobe Photoshop Elements

-

Adobe Photoshop
Light room

-

Apple Aperture

-

Corel Paint Shop Pro

-

Corel
Photo Paint

-

GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP and GIMP shop)

-

Adobe Dreamweaver

-

Adobe Illustrator

-

CorelDraw

-

Freehand

-

meta tags generators

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Module

Description and commentaries


Type of Room

Uses


Quantit
y

Cost (euro)

Dura
-
tion

Area
in m2

Hours

Modu
-
les

Unit

Total

-

data modelling tools and software

-

audio editing software

-

Adobe Premiere or an equivalent open source

Link
-
checki
ng software:

-

Xenu

-

Linkbot

-

authoring tools, such as: Dreamweaver, Contribute

-

learning management systems
-

WebCT, Blackboard, Janeson, Moodle,
Sharepoint


Servers
-

may include but is not limited to:

-

Application/web servers

-

Email servers

-

File
and print servers

-

FTP servers

-

Firewall servers

-

Proxy/cache servers


Operating system
-

may include but is not limited to:

-

Linux 7.0 or above

-

Windows 2000 or above

-

Apple OS X or above

-

Novell NetWare 6.5 Support Pack 7

-

Novell Open Enterprise
Server 2


Databases may include:

-

Oracle

-

Sybase

-

Microsoft SQL Server

-

Ingres

-

DB2

-

Informix

-

mSQL

-

MySQL

-

SQL server


File system

-

multiple or single servers

-

multiple or single logical disks and complex directory

-

folder structures


Informat
ion services

-

internet

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Module

Description and commentaries


Type of Room

Uses


Quantit
y

Cost (euro)

Dura
-
tion

Area
in m2

Hours

Modu
-
les

Unit

Total

-

chat rooms

-

forums

-

newsgroups


Back
-
up

-

simple, single tape unit back
-
up

-

more comprehensive and complex back
-
up facilities across the network



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Cost of furniture, equi
pment and tools

The following table allows establishing the complete cost of purchase for the equipment, by category
for a group of twenty five students.

Cost of furniture, equipment and tools

Cat.
no.

Description

Quantity

Cost (euro)

1.0


2
.0


3.0


4.0


5.0




Appliances, machines and equipment


Tools and instruments (licence packs)


Accessories


Furniture and Office equipment


Appliances, equipment and audiovisual and computer
material



30


30









15000


50000


15000


15000


15000




General Total




110000


Note: These expenses can vary according to various factors (makers, models, etc).



4
.

Material resources

Regrouped under « work materials and support

services » are the following categories:

Work Material The equipment or the perishable or non
-
reusable product and in general considered to
be work material for the practical exercises.

Equipment maintenance The maintenance of the equipment including the
contracts of service to this
effect; the particular mode of elimination of garbage.

Energy source for specific equipment The energy source for the particular equipment or gases for
certain appliances, notably access to energy for the welding lessons.

Tool
or equipment rental The rental of tool or equipment necessary and not listed in the Material,
Equipment and Tools section.

Rental or right of use of software The updating or the acquisition of ameliorated software versions.
(The initial acquisition of soft
ware releases from the category 5.0 of Materials, equipment and tools)

Support staff The necessary support personnel required for keeping the program in motion.


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Material Resources: A. Work material and support services (categories 6.0 to 6.5)



Cat.

no.

Description and commentaries


Type of
room


Modules


Quantity


Cost (euro)



Replacement


Per Unit

Total

%

Cost

Adapt to work
requirements in IT
sector and get a job
position

Using office automation resources as fax and telephone is necessary
telep
hone traffic consume

paper and toner for printer


3

1

100

100

4%


Use relevant
technologies

paper and toner for printer


6

1

100

100

4%


Perform Computer
Operations

Writable CDs, DVD

paper and toner for printer


10

1

100

100

4%


Apply Quality Standards
and Control

check lists templates etc


11

25

5

125

5%


All not mentioned before

Paper for printer

Toner/ink

CDs, DVD

Workshop

5, 8, 9, 11
-

25

1

2000

2000

86%




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Cost of work materials and support services


Cat.

no.


Description



Quantity


Cost (euro)

Total

Replacement





Work Materials


Equipment upkeep


Energy source for the particular equipment


Tool or equipment rental


Rental or right of use of software


Support personnel




20
0











2325





General total





Cost of replacement: necessary sum for a group of twenty five trainees for the duration of program or f
or any other
group conforming with the rules of group creation in effect. Note: These expenses can vary according to various
factors(
manufacturers
, models, rental agencies, etc).


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5
.

Teaching and Learning Material

Regrouped under “Teaching and Learning M
aterial” are the following categories:



Manuals and documentation for the students



Documents printing and photocopies



Reference documents and magazines (subscriptions)



Maps, charts, tables, graphics, etc.



Production material for audiovisual and computer equ
ipment




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Material resources: B. Teaching and Learning material (categories 7.0 to 12.0)


Module


Description and comments


Quantity

Cost (MNT)

Replacement

Per Unit

Total

%

Cost

To be a Technician

in IT
sector

-

the training program

-

the trade
desc
ription

25

1

25



Assure health and safety

Risks evaluation template


Literature on


Hazard control procedures may include:

-

emergency, fire and accident procedures

-

hazard identification and removal or, if not possible, hazard control

-

occupational he
alth and safety regulations

-

safe use of chemicals and toxic substances

-

relevant manufacturer guidelines relating to the operation and use of equipment

-

safe use of mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic and electrical equipment

-

use of personal protective
clothing and equipment.


Safe work practices may include:

-

correct posture

-

maintaining good hygiene and health

-

correct manual
-
handling procedures

-

safe lifting and bending

-

using appropriate personal protective equipment.


Potential hazards may incl
ude:

-

being careless when using cutting equipment or dealing with heat or hot
surfaces

-

chemicals and other harmful substances, including fumes and dust

-

confined spaces

-

damaged equipment

-

damaged packing material and containers

-

dangerous floor sur
faces

-

dangerous storage areas

-

electrical equipment

-

electricity and water

-

extremes in weather conditions

-

gases and liquids under pressure

25

10

250



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Module


Description and comments


Quantity

Cost (MNT)

Replacement

Per Unit

Total

%

Cost

-

hot substances and equipment, such as stoves, ovens, etc.

-

inappropriate lifting or bending practices

-

in
flammable materials and fire hazards

-

materials handling

-

movement of equipment, goods and vehicles

-

moving machinery

-

noise

-

sharp instruments, knives or equipment

-

toxic substances

-

unsuitable lighting levels

-

untidy work conditions, including po
or hygiene practices and unnecessary
obstacles and equipment in work areas

-

waste management and disposal

-

water hazards

-

working at heights.

Adapt to work requirements
in the trade sector and get a
job position

Job research techniques lite
rature and resource materials for job research

Standard CV template and presentation letter templates

Workflow and Quality Management procedures and literature

Repertory of current events, activities, products and services of the trade

Workplace policies,
procedures and guidelines

Time
-
management literature and tools like online calendars and other stand
alone software

Standard workplace protocols/procedures

Self evaluation forms for work placement experience

25

20

500



Solve problems related to
work acti
vities

A bank of scenarios and case studies

A bank of questions which will be used to probe the reason behind the
observable action

Literature and resource materials on analytical techniques

Literature and resource materials on problem management

Literatu
re and resource materials on Action planning techniques

25

25

625



Use mathematical concepts
and techniques

Literature on general mathematical concepts and techniques to manage
workplace problems

Literature on Mathematical computations

Literature on Meas
urement systems

List of Case Problems

25

15

375



Use relevant technologies

Literature on relevant technology

Interview and demonstration questionnaires

Literature on Management

Industry standard operating procedure (ISO or what available in the field)

M
anufacturer’s operating guidelines/ instructions

Instruction/manuals of general and specific technology/ equipments

25

15

375



Perform Computer
Operations

Literature on computer principles, computer use, basics of database systems

25

25

125



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Module


Description and comments


Quantity

Cost (MNT)

Replacement

Per Unit

Total

%

Cost

Apply Qua
lity Standards and
Control

Literature on quality management

Quality standards codes and regulations

Samples of quality company policy, control manual, processes, procedures,
instructions, check lists, templates etc

Benchmarking data

25

25

250




Generic

information on Materials like:


-

CD, disk, USB cables, USB extensions, pen and paper

-

hardware storage devices

-

video projector


-

network servers

-

1 pc/ lap top for each participants with internet connection

-

monitors large size and high definitio
n


-

digital television set

-

camera

-

video camera

-

audio recorder


Literature and technical sheets on Peripherals:

-

Printers, scanners, tape cartridges

-

Speakers, multimedia kits

-

Personal computer fax, modems

-

Input equipment may include mouse, tou
ch pad, keyboard, pens

-

Mobile phones, palmtops and personal digital assistants (PDAs)

-

Bluetooth devices, universal serial bus (USB),
Fire wire



Literature and technical sheets on the following Software:

-

web editors

-

software and applications for ph
oto, audio, video handling and editing

-

database programs

-

word processors

-

email

-

programs

-

internet browsers

-

system browsers

-

spreadsheets

-

indexing and search engines optimization software

-

HTML, XML and CSS editors

-

Adobe Photoshop

-

Adobe P
hotoshop Elements

25

50

1250



30


Module


Description and comments


Quantity

Cost (MNT)

Replacement

Per Unit

Total

%

Cost

-

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

-

Apple Aperture

-

Corel Paint Shop Pro

-

Corel PhotoPaint

-

GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP and GIMP shop)

-

Adobe Dreamweaver

-

Adobe Illustrator

-

CorelDRAW

-

Freehand

-

meta tags generators

-

data mode
lling tools and software

-

audio editing software

-

Adobe Premiere or an equivalent open source

Link
-
checking software:

-

Xenu

-

Linkbot

-

authoring tools, such as: Dreamweaver, Contribute

-

learning management systems
-

WebCT, Blackboard, Janeson, Moodle,

Sharepoint


Literature and technical sheets on the following Servers
-

may include but is not
limited to:

-

Application/web servers

-

Email servers

-

File and print servers

-

FTP servers

-

Firewall servers

-

Proxy/cache servers


Literature and technical s
heets on the following Operating system
-

may include
but is not limited to:

-

Linux 7.0 or above

-

Windows 2000 or above

-

Apple OS X or above

-

Novell NetWare 6.5 Support Pack 7

-

Novell Open Enterprise Server 2


Literature and technical sheets on the fo
llowing Databases may include:

-

Oracle

-

Sybase

-

Microsoft SQL Server

-

Ingres

-

DB2

-

Informix

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Module


Description and comments


Quantity

Cost (MNT)

Replacement

Per Unit

Total

%

Cost

-

mSQL

-

MySQL

-

SQL server


Literature and technical sheets on the following File system

-

multiple or single servers

-

multiple or single logical disks and
complex directory

-

folder structures


Literature and technical sheets on the following Information services

-

internet

-

chat rooms

-

forums

-

newsgroups


Literature and technical sheets on the following Back
-
up systems:

-

simple, single tape unit back
-
up


-

more comprehensive and complex back
-
up facilities across the network












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Cost of Teaching and Learning material

Cost of material resources (MR)

:

B. Teaching and Learning material


Cat.
no.

Description



Quantity


Cost (MNT)

Total

Replacement


7.0


8.0


9.0


10.0


11.0





12.0



Manuel and booklets for the students


Documents printing and copying


Reference works and magazines (subscriptions)


Maps, charts, tables and graphics, etc.


Audiovisual an
d computer production material: lamps,
films, CD, DVD, etc




Misc


225















3775




General Total




Replacement costs: amount required for a group of twenty five students or for any other group conformin
g with
the rules of group creation in effect.

Note

: These costs can vary according to different factors (purveyors, editors, manufacturers, etc.)


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6.
Work place ergonomics

This section describes the places where training will be given to assure a quality education allowing
the reaching of the objectives of the program.


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Dimensions, areas and occupational rates of the rooms

Rooms

Description

Dimensions in
metres

Square
metre
s

Occupation

Hours

%

Classroom

Lecture Area

Room for classes equipped with minimum requirements as
whiteboard and optional video projector

10x15

150

530

21%

Workshops

Equipped as specified before in the Furniture, Equipment and
Tools table

10x15

150

1570

63%

Storage Area


5x5

25

-


Wash ,Toilet & Locker
Room

women

5x8

40

-


Wash ,Toilet & Locker
Room

men

5x8

40

-


Tutoring room

Equipped with a desk and a round table to make counselling
activities
extra course time schedule

4x4

16

250

0%

work pla
cement

Enterprise location



400

16%


Totals




2100

100%


Note: The occupational percentage of a room is evaluated in reference to a group of twenty five students for the duration of
the
program.




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