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1 Functional Skills Skills ICT bksb Resources for ICT Functional Skills Microsoft product screen shot(s) reprinted with permission from Microsoft Corporation. West Nottinghamshire College

2 Contents Introduction to Functional Skills Page 3 Progression through the levels Page 3 The ICT Functional Skills Standards Page 4 The bksb process for ICT Functional Skills Page 5 bksb Resources for ICT Functional Skills Pages 6-38 IT Basics Pages 6-9 Word Processing Pages 0-4 Images Pages 5-9 Spreadsheets Pages 0-4 Internet Pages 5-8 Page 9-3 Health, Safety and Security Pages 3-33 File Management Pages Database Pages West Nottinghamshire College

3 Introduction to Functional Skills Functional Skills provide learners with all the necessary tools and abilities to take an active role in their community, everyday life, education and the workplace. These learning resources provide the underpinning knowledge for learners to achieve mastery of Functional Skills in ICT. There are some skills in ICT which cannot be covered in a workbook. These will need to be observed by a tutor. Examples of this are: Whether correct procedures have been followed to start and shut down a computer; Whether a CD or memory stick has been removed safely; If the learner can select appropriate sources of information; If the learner uses discrimination in selecting information that matches requirements from a variety of sources and whether the learner evaluates the fitness for purpose. The learner should be able to transfer the skills learnt in the ICT resources and apply them appropriately in a variety of real-life situations. This is what makes them functional. Different situations call for different demands and skills from a learner. Factors to consider include the familiarity of the situation along with its complexity. The level of skills and knowledge they need to draw on will vary according to the task, as will the independence they need to demonstrate in finding an appropriate solution. To look at the Functional Skills Standards use the website address below. 9d64aaae608 To look at the Functional Skills amplification of the standards use the website address below. Progression through the levels Entry At Entry, the context of the situation should be familiar and accessible to the learner. The level of skills required to solve the problem should be straightforward with tutor guidance and support available. The skills required are more precise and require a greater level of judgement to find an appropriate solution. However, the context of the situation should still be accessible to the learner. Guidance is provided but a learner should be able to find problem-solving solutions independently. West Nottinghamshire College 3

4 At, choices must be independently made and evaluated, but guidance can be provided. The ICT Functional Skills Standards The Functional Skills Standards have been written to allow ability in ICT to be demonstrated in different topics. For example, changing the font size can be achieved in word processing, spreadsheets, and databases. The bksb ICT Resources have been written in 9 different topics:. IT Basics;. Word Processing; 3. Images; 4. Spreadsheets; 5. Internet; 6. ; 7. Health, Safety and Security; 8. File Management; 9. Databases. Each topic addresses the Functional Skills Specifications. There are tables showing which specifications are covered by each of the topics on the following pages. The highlighted items are covered in the ICT resources at the particular level. West Nottinghamshire College 4

5 The bksb process for ICT Functional Skills. Initial Assessment Interactive software that identifies the learner s general current working level, for each of the 9 topics, from Entry 3 to. A report is produced which states the level of resources needed to be worked on for each of the topics. *. Learning Resources From the report the learner will need to work on the appropriate level for each topic in order to improve their skills. It is very likely that the learner will know some of the topics more than others, therefore providing a spiky profile. * We do not have an ICT Diagnostic Assessment in each of the topics because it is not needed. The Initial Assessment shows the level for each of the topics which a learner should work at. If the tasks are worked through at the suggested levels this will cover the Functional Skills Standards for that level within the particular topic. This will help to consolidate some tasks previously learnt and help the learner acquire the remaining skills. West Nottinghamshire College 5

6 The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Entry 3 IT Basics tasks to 3. The highlighted items are the ones included in the IT Basics section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems: Entry 3 Entry 3. interact with and use an ICT system to meet.. use correct procedures to start and shut down an ICT system log in, log out, use shutdown menu needs.. use input and output devices keyboard, mouse, touch screen, microphone,.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve problems.4. recognise and use interface printer, headphones word processing, graphics, Internet browser, , audio or video player icon, option button, hotspot, window, features dialogue box, menu, drag and drop.5. understand that settings can be adjusted according to individual needs window size, mouse settings, icon size, screen resolution, desktop contrast, volume. store information.. work with files to enable storage and retrieval of information create, open, save, print and close files, name files appropriately.. insert and remove media CD, DVD, memory stick, hard drives Find and select information: Entry 3 Entry 3 contents list, index, find or search tool. use ICT to search for and select information that matches given requirements.. use appropriate search techniques to find required information West Nottinghamshire College 6

7 The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the IT Basics tasks to 7. The highlighted items are the ones included in the IT Basics section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems:.. use correct procedures to start and shut down an ICT system log in, log out, use shutdown menu. interact with and use ICT systems independently to meet needs 3. manage information storage.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve given problems.4. recognise and use interface features effectively to meet needs.5. adjust system settings as appropriate to individual needs 3.. work with files and folders to organise, store and retrieve information 3.. insert, remove, label and store media safely word processing, spreadsheets, graphics, Internet browser, , audio and video software desktop, windows, dialogue box, menu, submenu, toolbar, scrollbar, drag and drop, zoom, minimise, maximise window size, mouse settings, icon size, screen resolution, desktop contrast, volume create, open, save, save as, print and close files, create folders and subfolders, name files and folders appropriately CD, DVD, memory stick, hard drives West Nottinghamshire College 7

8 Find and select information:. access, search for, select and use ICTbased information and evaluate its fitness for purpose.. use appropriate search techniques to locate and select relevant information The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the IT Basics tasks to 6. search criteria, quotation marks, search within results, relational operators, find or search tool The highlighted items are the ones included in the IT Basics section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems:.. use correct procedures to start and shut down an ICT system log in, log out, use shutdown menu. select, interact with and use ICT systems independently for a complex task to meet a variety of needs.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve problems.4. select and use interface features and system facilities effectively to meet needs.5. select and adjust system settings as appropriate to individual needs word processing, spreadsheet, graphics, browser, , audio and video software desktop, windows, dialogue box, menu, submenu, toolbar, scrollbar, drag and drop, zoom, template, wizard window size, mouse settings, icon size, screen resolution, desktop contrast, volume, date and time West Nottinghamshire College 8

9 3. manage information storage to enable efficient retrieval 3.. manage files and folder structures to enable efficient information retrieval create, open, save, save as, print, close, delete, view, rename, move and copy files, create folders and subfolders, name files and folders appropriately 3.. insert, remove, label and store CD, DVD, memory stick, hard drives media safely 4.. keep information secure keep copies safe, take backups, keep password or PIN secret Find and select information:.. use appropriate search techniques and design queries to locate and select relevant information multiple search criteria, quotation marks, search within results, relational operators, logical operators, find or search tool including wildcards West Nottinghamshire College 9

10 The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Entry 3 Word Processing tasks to 5. The highlighted items are the ones included in the Word Processing section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems: Entry 3 Entry 3.. use input and output devices keyboard, mouse, touch screen, microphone, printer, headphones. interact with and use an ICT system to meet needs.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve problems.4. recognise and use interface features word processing, graphics, Internet browser, , audio or video player icon, option button, hotspot, window, dialogue box, menu, drag and drop. store information.. work with files to enable storage and retrieval of information create, open, save, print and close files, name files appropriately Develop, present and communicate information: Entry 3 Entry 3.. enter and edit information to achieve the required outcome. enter and develop information to meet needs, in the form of: text, images and numbers 3. present information and review its effectiveness.. enter and format text to enhance its effect 3.. check meaning, accuracy and suitability information: message, letter, online form edit: insert, delete, copy, cut, paste, drag and drop, undo, redo left, centre, right, font, style, size ensure meaning is clear, seek views of others, check spelling, check calculations West Nottinghamshire College 0

11 Entry present information that is fit for purpose information: message, letter, poster, web page fitness for purpose: impact, clarity The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Word Processing tasks to 6. The highlighted items are the ones included in the Word Processing section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems:. interact with and use ICT systems independently to meet needs 3. manage information storage.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve given problems.4. recognise and use interface features effectively to meet needs 3.. work with files and folders to organise, store and retrieve information word processing, spreadsheets, graphics, Internet browser, , audio and video software desktop, windows, dialogue box, menu, submenu, toolbar, scrollbar, drag and drop, zoom, minimise, maximise create, open, save, save as, print and close files, create folders and subfolders, name files and folders appropriately Develop, present and communicate information:. enter, develop and format information to suit its meaning and purpose, including:.. enter, organise, develop, refine and format information, applying editing techniques to meet needs headings, lists, tables, use of templates highlight, drag and drop, find, replace, undo, redo, templates.. use appropriate page layout margins, header, footer, portrait, landscape, page breaks, page numbering West Nottinghamshire College

12 text and tables.3. format text to maximise clarity and bullets, numbering, alignment, tabs, line enhance presentation spacing, colour, font, style, size, simple 3. present information in ways that are fit for purpose and audience 3.. work accurately and proofread, using software facilities where appropriate for the task 3.. produce information that is fit for purpose and audience using accepted layouts as appropriate tables ensure meaning is clear, seek views of others, check spelling, check calculations, ensure consistent layout, print preview letter, memo, report, newsletter, poster, information sheet, web page, multimedia presentation The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Word Processing tasks to 7. The highlighted items are the ones included in the Word Processing section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems:. select, interact with and use ICT systems independently for a complex task to meet a variety of needs.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve problems.4. select and use interface features and system facilities effectively to meet needs word processing, spreadsheet, graphics, browser, , audio and video software desktop, windows, dialogue box, menu, submenu, toolbar, scrollbar, drag and drop, zoom, template, wizard West Nottinghamshire College

13 .5. select and adjust system settings window size, mouse settings, icon size, as appropriate to individual needs screen resolution, desktop contrast, volume, 3. manage information storage to enable efficient retrieval 3.. manage files and folder structures to enable efficient information retrieval date and time create, open, save, save as, print, close, delete, view, rename, move and copy files, create folders and subfolders, name files and folders appropriately Develop, present and communicate information:. enter, develop and format information Independently to suit its meaning and purpose, including: text and tables. bring together information to suit content and purpose.. enter, organise, develop, refine and format information, applying editing techniques to meet needs organise: structure of information, document layout, headings, subheadings, lists, tables, use of templates edit: drag and drop, find, replace, undo, redo.. use appropriate page layout columns, margins, header, footer, portrait, landscape, page breaks, page numbering.3. enter and format text to maximise bullets, numbering, sub numbering, clarity and enhance presentation alignment, tabs, line spacing, colour, font,.4. create and format tables to maximise clarity and enhance presentation.0. sort records on one or more fields in ascending or descending order.. bring together and organise components of images and text style, size tables: timetable, components list, membership information format: horizontal and vertical text alignment, merge and split cells, gridlines, borders, shading table, spreadsheet, database image, chart, text alignment, captions, text wrap, use of text boxes, behind, in front, grouping West Nottinghamshire College 3

14 3. present information in ways that are fit for purpose and audience 3.. work accurately and proofread, using software facilities where appropriate ensure meaning is clear, seek views of others, check spelling, check calculations, ensure consistent layout, print preview 3.. produce information that is fit for purpose and audience, using accepted layouts and conventions as appropriate letter, memo, report, newsletter, brochure, poster, web page, information sheet West Nottinghamshire College 4

15 The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Entry 3 Images tasks to 4. The highlighted items are the ones included in the Images section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems: Entry 3 Entry 3. interact with and use an ICT system to meet needs.. use input and output devices keyboard, mouse, touch screen, microphone, printer, headphones.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve problems.4. recognise and use interface features.. work with files to enable storage and retrieval of information word processing, graphics, Internet browser, , audio or video player icon, option button, hotspot, window, dialogue box, menu, drag and drop. store information create, open, save, print and close files, name files appropriately Develop, present and communicate information: Entry 3 Entry clip-art, photo, scanned image, audio file 3. enter and develop information to meet needs, in the form of: text images numbers. bring together information to achieve a purpose.3. insert and position images or other digital content to achieve a purpose.. organise information of different forms to achieve a purpose image with text, in a poster or web page West Nottinghamshire College 5

16 Entry 3.. check meaning, accuracy and 3 suitability 3. present information and review its effectiveness 3.. present information that is fit for purpose The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Images tasks to 5. information: message, letter, poster, web page fitness for purpose: impact, clarity The highlighted items are the ones included in the Images section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems:. interact with and use ICT systems independently to meet needs 3. manage information storage.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve given problems.4. recognise and use interface features effectively to meet needs 3.. work with files and folders to organise, store and retrieve information word processing, spreadsheets, graphics, Internet browser, , audio and video software desktop, windows, dialogue box, menu, submenu, toolbar, scrollbar, drag and drop, zoom, minimise, maximise create, open, save, save as, print and close files, create folders and subfolders, name files and folders appropriately West Nottinghamshire College 6

17 Develop, present and communicate information:. enter, develop and format information to suit its meaning and purpose, including: images text and tables. bring together information to suit content and purpose 3. present information in ways that are fit for purpose and audience.. use appropriate page layout margins, header, footer, portrait, landscape, page breaks, page numbering.3. format text to maximise clarity and enhance presentation.4. obtain, insert, size, crop and position images that are fit for purpose.. organise information of different forms or from different sources to achieve a purpose 3.. work accurately and proofread, using software facilities where appropriate for the task 3.. produce information that is fit for purpose and audience using accepted layouts as appropriate 4.. review and modify work as it progresses to ensure the result is fit for purpose and audience bullets, numbering, alignment, tabs, line spacing, colour, font, style, size, simple tables clip-art, photo, scanned image organise: combine images, graphs and tables with text, combine texts, graphics, sound and video footage purpose: for a poster, newsletter, web page, multimedia presentation ensure meaning is clear, seek views of others, check spelling, check calculations, ensure consistent layout, print preview letter, memo, report, newsletter, poster, information sheet, web page, multimedia presentation produce drafts, review against initial plans, check with intended audience West Nottinghamshire College 7

18 The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Images tasks to 6. The highlighted items are the ones included in the Images section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems:. select, interact with and use ICT systems independently for a complex task to meet a variety of needs 3. manage information storage to enable efficient retrieval.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve problems.4. select and use interface features and system facilities effectively to meet needs 3.. manage files and folder structures to enable efficient information retrieval word processing, spreadsheet, graphics, browser, , audio and video software desktop, windows, dialogue box, menu, submenu, toolbar, scrollbar, drag and drop, zoom, template, wizard create, open, save, save as, print, close, delete, view, rename, move and copy files, create folders and subfolders, name files and folders appropriately Develop, present and communicate information:. enter, develop and format information Independently to suit its meaning and purpose, including: text and tables.. use appropriate page layout columns, margins, header, footer, portrait, landscape, page breaks, page numbering.3. enter and format text to maximise clarity and enhance presentation bullets, numbering, subnumbering, alignment, tabs, line spacing, colour, font, style, size West Nottinghamshire College 8

19 images.5. obtain, insert, size, crop and clip-art, photos, scanned images, borders position images that are fit for. bring together information to suit content and purpose 3. present information in ways that are fit for purpose and audience purpose.. bring together and organise components of images and text.. organise information of different forms or from different sources to achieve a purpose 3.. work accurately and proofread, using software facilities where appropriate 3.. produce information that is fit for purpose and audience, using accepted layouts and conventions as appropriate 4.. review and modify work as it progresses to ensure the result is fit for purpose and audience, and to inform future judgments image, chart, text alignment, captions, text wrap, use of text boxes, behind, in front, grouping poster, newsletter, web page, catalogue, brochure, multimedia presentation ensure meaning is clear, seek views of others, check spelling, check calculations, ensure consistent layout, print preview letter, memo, report, newsletter, brochure, poster, web page, information sheet produce drafts, review against initial plans, check with intended audience West Nottinghamshire College 9

20 The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Entry 3 Spreadsheets tasks and. The highlighted items are the ones included in the Spreadsheets section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems: Entry 3 Entry 3. interact with and use an ICT system to meet needs.. use input and output devices keyboard, mouse, touch screen, microphone, printer, headphones.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve problems.4. recognise and use interface features word processing, graphics, Internet browser, , audio or video player icon, option button, hotspot, window, dialogue box, menu, drag and drop. store information.. work with files to enable storage and retrieval of information create, open, save, print and close files, name files appropriately Develop, present and communicate information: Entry 3 Entry 3.. enter and edit information to achieve the required outcome. enter and develop information to meet needs, in the form of: text numbers 3. present information and review its effectiveness.4. enter and process numbers to meet needs 3.. check meaning, accuracy and Suitability information: message, letter, online form edit: insert, delete, copy, cut, paste, drag and drop, undo, redo enter a list of prices and generate a total ensure meaning is clear, seek views of others, check spelling, check calculations West Nottinghamshire College 0

21 Entry 3.. present information that is fit for information: message, letter, poster, web 3 purpose page fitness for purpose: impact, clarity The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Spreadsheets tasks to 5. The highlighted items are the ones included in the Spreadsheets section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems:. interact with and use ICT systems independently to meet needs 3. manage information storage.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve given problems.4. recognise and use interface features effectively to meet needs 3.. work with files and folders to organise, store and retrieve information word processing, spreadsheets, graphics, Internet browser, , audio and video software desktop, windows, dialogue box, menu, submenu, toolbar, scrollbar, drag and drop, zoom, minimise, maximise create, open, save, save as, print and close files, create folders and subfolders, name files and folders appropriately 4.. keep information secure keep copies safe, take backups, keep password or PIN secret Develop, present and communicate information:. enter, develop and format information to suit its meaning and purpose, including:.. enter, organise, develop, refine and format information, applying editing techniques to meet needs headings, lists, tables, use of templates highlight, drag and drop, find, replace, undo, redo, templates West Nottinghamshire College

22 .. use appropriate page layout margins, header, footer, portrait, landscape, page breaks, page numbering numbers.5. enter, develop and organise numerical information that is fit for purpose cell data types, cell ranges, formulas with a single operator, SUM function, structure/layout of worksheet.6. format numerical information currency, per cent, number of decimal graphs 3. present information in ways that are fit for purpose and audience appropriately.7. create and develop charts and graphs to suit requirements, using suitable labels 3.. work accurately and proofread, using software facilities where appropriate for the task The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Spreadsheets tasks to 6. places pie chart, bar chart, single line graph, appropriate format, title, axis titles, legend ensure meaning is clear, seek views of others, check spelling, check calculations, ensure consistent layout, print preview The highlighted items are the ones included in the Spreadsheets section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems:. select, interact with and use ICT systems independently for a complex task to meet a variety of needs.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve problems.4. select and use interface features and system facilities effectively to meet needs word processing, spreadsheet, graphics, browser, , audio and video software desktop, windows, dialogue box, menu, submenu, toolbar, scrollbar, drag and drop, zoom, template, wizard West Nottinghamshire College

23 Use ICT systems:.5. select and adjust system settings as appropriate to individual window size, mouse settings, icon size, screen resolution, desktop contrast, volume, 3. manage information storage to enable efficient retrieval 4. follow and understand the need for safety and security practices needs 3.. manage files and folder structures to enable efficient information retrieval date and time create, open, save, save as, print, close, delete, view, rename, move and copy files, create folders and subfolders, name files and folders appropriately 4.. minimise physical stress arrangement of hardware and cables, wrist rests and other devices 4.. keep information secure keep copies safe, take backups, keep password or PIN secret Develop, present and communicate information:. enter, develop and format information independently to suit its meaning and purpose, including: numbers records.6. enter, develop and organise numerical information that is fit for purpose.7. format numerical information appropriately.8. create and develop charts and graphs to suit the numerical information, using suitable labels cell data types, cell ranges, absolute and relative referencing, formulas, functions, replication, structure and layout of worksheet currency, per cent, number of decimal places, date, time, text wrap, row height, column width, gridlines, merged cells, cell borders pie chart, bar chart, single line graph, scattergram, title, axis titles, legend West Nottinghamshire College 3

24 Develop, present and communicate information:.9. enter, organise, select and edit spreadsheet or database, use data filtering records using field names and headings, data types and unique record identifier when appropriate.0. sort records on one or more fields in ascending or descending order table, spreadsheet, database. bring together information to suit content and purpose 3. present information in ways that are fit for purpose and audience.. bring together and organise components of images and text 3.. work accurately and proofread, using software facilities where appropriate 3.. produce information that is fit for purpose and audience, using accepted layouts and conventions as appropriate image, chart, text alignment, captions, text wrap, use of text boxes, behind, in front, grouping ensure meaning is clear, seek views of others, check spelling, check calculations, ensure consistent layout, print preview letter, memo, report, newsletter, brochure, poster, web page, information sheet West Nottinghamshire College 4

25 The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Entry 3 Internet tasks to 4. The highlighted items are the ones included in the Internet section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems: Entry 3 Entry 3. interact with and use an ICT system to meet needs.. use input and output devices keyboard, mouse, touch screen, microphone, printer, headphones.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve problems.4. recognise and use interface features word processing, graphics, Internet browser, , audio or video player icon, option button, hotspot, window, dialogue box, menu, drag and drop Find and select information: Entry 3 Entry 3.. use Internet sources of information. use ICT to search for and select information that matches given requirements.. use appropriate search techniques to find required information.3. select and use information that matches given requirements enter a web address, use a search engine, use bookmarks, follow links contents list, index, find or search tool write down, copy and paste, capture images, download audio or video files West Nottinghamshire College 5

26 The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Internet tasks to 5. The highlighted items are the ones included in the Internet section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems:.. use a communication service to access the Internet broadband, dial-up, network, mobile device. interact with and use ICT systems independently to meet needs 3. manage information storage.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve given problems.4. recognise and use interface features effectively to meet needs 3.. work with files and folders to organise, store and retrieve information word processing, spreadsheets, graphics, Internet browser, , audio and video software desktop, windows, dialogue box, menu, submenu, toolbar, scrollbar, drag and drop, zoom, minimise, maximise create, open, save, save as, print and close files, create folders and subfolders, name files and folders appropriately Find and select information:. access, search for, select and use ICTbased information and evaluate its fitness for purpose.. access, navigate and search Internet sources of information purposefully and effectively enter a web address, use a search engine, browse, save and use bookmarks West Nottinghamshire College 6

27 .. use appropriate search search criteria, quotation marks, search techniques to locate and select within results, relational operators, find or relevant information.3. use information from a variety of sources and evaluate its match to requirements and fitness for purpose The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Internet tasks to 6. search tool recognise intention and authority of provider, currency of the information, relevance, bias The highlighted items are the ones included in the Internet section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems:.. select and use a communication service to access the Internet broadband, dial-up, network, mobile device. select, interact with and use ICT systems independently for a complex task to meet a variety of needs 3. manage information storage to enable efficient retrieval.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve problems.4. select and use interface features and system facilities effectively to meet needs 3.. manage files and folder structures to enable efficient information retrieval word processing, spreadsheet, graphics, browser, , audio and video software desktop, windows, dialogue box, menu, submenu, toolbar, scrollbar, drag and drop, zoom, template, wizard create, open, save, save as, print, close, delete, view, rename, move and copy files, create folders and subfolders, name files and folders appropriately West Nottinghamshire College 7

28 Find and select information:. access, search for, select and use ICTbased information and evaluate its fitness for purpose.. access, navigate and search Internet sources of information purposefully and effectively.. use appropriate search techniques and design queries to locate and select relevant information.3. use discrimination in selecting information that matches requirements from a variety of sources and evaluate fitness for purpose enter a web address, use a search engine, browse, save and use bookmarks multiple search criteria, quotation marks, search within results, relational operators, logical operators, find or search tool including wildcards recognise intention and authority of provider, currency of the information, relevance, bias West Nottinghamshire College 8

29 The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Entry 3 tasks to 3. The highlighted items are the ones included in the section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems: Entry 3 Entry 3. interact with and use an ICT system to meet needs.. use input and output devices keyboard, mouse, touch screen, microphone, printer, headphones.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve problems.4. recognise and use interface features 3.3. understand the need to stay safe and to respect others when using ICT-based communication word processing, graphics, Internet browser, , audio or video player icon, option button, hotspot, window, dialogue box, menu, drag and drop avoid inappropriate disclosure of personal information, use appropriate language Develop, present and communicate information: Entry 3 Entry 3 3. present information and review its 3.. present information that is fit for purpose effectiveness 4. select and use ICT to communicate 4.. create, access and respond appropriately to ICT-based communication information: message, letter, poster, web page fitness for purpose: impact, clarity read, reply, forward, create, delete West Nottinghamshire College 9

30 The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the tasks to 5. The highlighted items are the ones included in the section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems:.. use a communication service to access the Internet broadband, dial-up, network, mobile device. interact with and use ICT systems independently to meet needs.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve given problems.4. recognise and use interface features effectively to meet needs word processing, spreadsheets, graphics, Internet browser, , audio and video software desktop, windows, dialogue box, menu, submenu, toolbar, scrollbar, drag and drop, zoom, minimise, maximise Develop, present and communicate information: 5. select and use ICT to communicate and exchange information safely, independently, responsibly and effectively 5.. create, access, read and respond appropriately to and other ICTbased communication, including attachments, and adapt style to suit audience open mailbox, read, reply, forward, communicate using from, to, cc, bcc, subject and content fields, add and open attachments, use instant messaging, contribute to forums, web logs or web-based reference sites 5.. use a contacts list add, amend and delete entries West Nottinghamshire College 30

31 The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the tasks to 5. The highlighted items are the ones included in the section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems:.. select and use a communication service to access the Internet broadband, dial-up, network, mobile device. select, interact with and use ICT systems independently for a complex task to meet a variety of needs.3. select and use software applications to meet needs and solve problems.4. select and use interface features and system facilities effectively to meet needs word processing, spreadsheet, graphics, browser, , audio and video software desktop, windows, dialogue box, menu, submenu, toolbar, scrollbar, drag and drop, zoom, template, wizard Develop, present and communicate information: 5. select and use ICT to communicate and exchange information safely, responsibly and effectively, including storage of messages and contact lists 5.. create, access, read and respond appropriately to and other ICTbased communication, including attachments, and adapt style to suit audience open mailbox, read, reply, forward, communicate using from, to, cc, bcc, subject and content fields, add and open attachments, use instant messaging, contribute to forums, web logs or web-based reference sites West Nottinghamshire College 3

32 Develop, present and communicate information: 5.. manage efficient storage of ICTbased communications, attachments and contact addresses create and maintain folders, delete redundant messages, add, amend and delete contact entries West Nottinghamshire College 3

33 The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Entry 3 Health, Safety and Security tasks to 4. The highlighted items are the ones included in the Health, Safety and Security section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems: Entry 3 Entry 3 3. follow and understand the need for safety and security practices 3.. minimise physical stress adjust seating and lighting, avoid hazards, take breaks, arrangement of hardware and cables, wrist rests and other devices 3.. keep information secure keep copies safe, keep password or PIN secret 3.3. understand the need to stay safe and to respect others when using ICT-based communication avoid inappropriate disclosure of personal information, use appropriate language The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Health, Safety and Security tasks to 3. The highlighted items are the ones included in the Health, Safety and Security section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems: 4. follow and understand the need for safety and security practices 4.. minimise physical stress adjust seating and lighting, avoid hazards, take breaks, arrangement of hardware and cables, wrist rests 4.. keep information secure keep copies safe, take backups, keep password or PIN secret West Nottinghamshire College 33

34 Use ICT systems: 4.3. understand the danger of computer viruses, and how to use virus-checking software, treat files from unknown sources with caution minimise risk 4.4. understand the need to stay safe and to respect others when using ICT-based communication avoid inappropriate disclosure of personal information, avoid misuse of images, use appropriate language, respect confidentiality, use copy lists with discrimination The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Health, Safety and Security tasks to 3. The highlighted items are the ones included in the Health, Safety and Security section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems: 4. follow and understand the need for safety and security practices 4.. minimise physical stress arrangement of hardware and cables, wrist rests and other devices 4.. keep information secure keep copies safe, take backups, keep password or PIN secret 4.3. understand the danger of use virus-checking software, treat files computer from unknown sources with caution viruses and how to minimise risk West Nottinghamshire College 34

35 Use ICT systems: 4.4. understand the need to stay safe and to respect others when using ICT-based communication avoid inappropriate disclosure of personal information, avoid misuse of images, use appropriate language, respect confidentiality, use copy lists with discrimination West Nottinghamshire College 35

36 The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Entry 3 File Management task. The highlighted items are the ones included in the File Management section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems: Entry 3 Entry 3. interact with and use an ICT system to meet.. use input and output devices keyboard, mouse, touch screen, microphone, printer, headphones needs. store information.. work with files to enable storage and retrieval of information create, open, save, print and close files, name files appropriately The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the File Management tasks to 4. The highlighted items are the ones included in the File Management section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems: 3. manage information storage 3.. work with files and folders to organise, store and retrieve information create, open, save, save as, print and close files, create folders and subfolders, name files and folders appropriately West Nottinghamshire College 36

37 Find and select information:. access, search for, select and use ICT-based information and evaluate its fitness for purpose.. use appropriate search techniques to locate and select relevant information search criteria, quotation marks, search within results, relational operators, find or search tool The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the File Management tasks to 4. The highlighted items are the ones included in the File Management section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems: 3. manage information storage to enable efficient retrieval 3.. manage files and folder structures to enable efficient information retrieval create, open, save, save as, print, close, delete, view, rename, move and copy files, create folders and subfolders, name files and folders appropriately Find and select information:. access, search for, select and use ICT-based information and evaluate its fitness for purpose.. use appropriate search techniques and design queries to locate and select relevant information multiple search criteria, quotation marks, search within results, relational operators, logical operators, find or search tool including wildcards West Nottinghamshire College 37

38 The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Database tasks to 3. The highlighted items are the ones included in the Database section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems:. enter, develop and format information to suit its meaning and purpose, including: 3. manage information storage.. use appropriate page layout margins, header, footer, portrait, landscape, page breaks, page numbering 3.. work with files and folders to organise, store and retrieve information create, open, save, save as, print and close files, create folders and subfolders, name files and folders appropriately Find and select information:. access, search for, select and use ICTbased information and evaluate its fitness for purpose.. use appropriate search techniques to locate and select relevant information search criteria, quotation marks, search within results, relational operators, find or search tool Develop, present and communicate information:. enter, develop and format information to suit its meaning and purpose, including: records.8. enter, organise and sort structured information in ascending or descending order field selection, data sort (alphanumeric), filter West Nottinghamshire College 38

39 3.. work accurately and proofread, using software facilities where 3. present information in ways that are fit for purpose and audience appropriate for the task 3.. produce information that is fit for purpose and audience using accepted layouts as appropriate The following ICT Functional Skills references are covered in the Database tasks to 6. ensure meaning is clear, seek views of others, check spelling, check calculations, ensure consistent layout, print preview letter, memo, report, newsletter, poster, information sheet, web page, multimedia presentation The highlighted items are the ones included in the Database section. The examples/applications not highlighted are generally covered in other sections. ICT skills are achieved using a variety of topics and all of the Functional Skills Standards cannot be achieved using only one topic. For example, you cannot learn how to do an in the spreadsheets topic. Use ICT systems: 3. manage information storage to enable efficient retrieval 3.. manage files and folder structures to enable efficient information retrieval create, open, save, save as, print, close, delete, view, rename, move and copy files, create folders and subfolders, name files and folders appropriately Find and select information:.. recognise copyright and other constraints on the use of information. select and use a variety of sources of information Independently for a complex task music downloads, acknowledgement of sources, avoiding plagiarism, provisions of the Data Protection Act West Nottinghamshire College 39

40 Find and select information:. access, search for, select and use ICTbased information and evaluate its fitness for purpose.. use appropriate search techniques and design queries to locate and select relevant information multiple search criteria, quotation marks, search within results, relational operators, logical operators, find or search tool including wildcards Develop, present and communicate information: spreadsheet or database, use data filtering. enter, develop and format information independently to suit its meaning and purpose, including: records 3. present information in ways that are fit for purpose and audience.9. enter, organise, select and edit records using field names and headings, data types and unique record identifier when appropriate 3.. work accurately and proofread, using software facilities where appropriate 3.. produce information that is fit for purpose and audience, using accepted layouts and conventions as appropriate ensure meaning is clear, seek views of others, check spelling, check calculations, ensure consistent layout, print preview letter, memo, report, newsletter, brochure, poster, web page, information sheet West Nottinghamshire College 40

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