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Pearson BTEC Level 2Award for IT Users (ITQ)Pearson BTEC Level 2Certificate for IT Users(ITQ)Pearson BTEC Level 2Diploma for IT Users (ITQ)SpecificationCompetence-based qualificationFor first registration September 2010Issue 2

Edexcel, BTEC and LCCI qualificationsEdexcel, BTEC and LCCI qualifications are awarded by Pearson, the UK’s largest awardingbody offering academic and vocational qualifications that are globally recognised andbenchmarked. For further information, please visit our qualifications website atqualifications.pearson.com. Alternatively, you can get in touch with us using the details onour contact us page at qualifications.pearson.com/contactusAbout PearsonPearson is the world's leading learning company, with 35,000 employees in more than 70countries working to help people of all ages to make measurable progress in their livesthrough learning. We put the learner at the centre of everything we do, because whereverlearning flourishes, so do people. Find out more about how we can help you and yourlearners at qualifications.pearson.comThis specification is Issue 2. Key changes are listed in the summary table on the next page.We will inform centres of any changes to this issue. The latest issue can be found on thePearson website: qualifications.pearson.comThese qualifications were previously known as:Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award for IT Users (ITQ) (QCF)Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate for IT Users (ITQ) (QCF)Pearson BTEC Level 2 Diploma for IT Users (ITQ) (QCF)The QNs remain the same.References to third party material made in this specification are made in good faith. Pearsondoes not endorse, approve or accept responsibility for the content of materials, which maybe subject to change, or any opinions expressed therein. (Material may include textbooks,journals, magazines and other publications and websites.)All information in this specification is correct at time of going to publication.ISBN 978 1 446 95713 4All the material in this publication is copyright Pearson Education Limited 2017

Summary of changes table for Pearson BTEC Level 2Award/Certificate/Diploma for IT Users (ITQ) specificationIssue 2Summary of changes made between previous issue 1 and thiscurrent issue 2Page numberAll references to QCF have been removed throughout the specificationDefinition of TQT addedDefinition of sizes of qualifications aligned to TQT addedTQT value addedGLH range removed and replaced with lowest GLH value for theshortest route through the qualificationGuided learning definition updatedQCF references removed from unit titles and unit levels in all unitsThroughout226 and 79, 17, 253839-293Earlier issue(s) show(s) previous changes.If you need further information on these changes or what they mean, contact us via our websiteat: tml.

ContentsQualification titles covered by this specification1Introducing Pearson NVQ/Competence-based qualifications2Key features of the Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate andDiploma for IT Users (ITQ)3What is the purpose of these qualifications?3Who are these qualifications for?3What are the benefits of these qualifications to the learner and employer?4What are the potential job roles for those working towards these qualifications?4What progression opportunities are available to learners who achieve thesequalifications?4Sector Specific Unit (SSU)5Rules of combination6Rules of combination for the Pearson BTEC Level 2 qualificationsQualification structureUnderstanding the unit structure677What is the qualification structure for the Pearson BTEC Level 2 Awardfor IT Users (ITQ)?9What is the qualification structure for the Pearson BTEC Level 2Certificate for IT Users (ITQ)?17What is the qualification structure for the Pearson BTEC Level 2Diploma for IT Users (ITQ)?25How are the qualifications graded and assessed?32Guidance32Qualification grade33Assessment strategy34Types of evidence35What do you need to offer these qualifications?36Centre recognition36Approvals agreement36Quality assurance36Programme design and delivery36

What resources are required to deliver these qualifications?37Unit format38Units 40Unit 101: Improving Productivity Using IT42Unit 201: Improving Productivity Using IT45Unit 301: Improving Productivity Using IT48Unit 102: IT User Fundamentals51Unit 202: IT User Fundamentals54Unit 103: Set Up an IT System57Unit 203: Set Up an IT System60Unit 303: Set Up an IT System63Unit 104: Optimise IT System Performance67Unit 204: Optimise IT System Performance70Unit 304: Optimise IT System Performance74Unit 105: IT Security for Users79Unit 205: IT Security for Users81Unit 305: IT Security for Users83Unit 106: IT Communication Fundamentals85Unit 206: IT Communication Fundamentals87Unit 107: Using the Internet90Unit 207: Using the Internet93Unit 307: Using the Internet97Unit 108: Using Mobile IT Devices101Unit 208: Using Mobile IT Devices104Unit 109: Using Email108Unit 209: Using Email110Unit 309: Using Email112Unit 110: Personal Information Management Software115Unit 210: Personal Information Management Software118Unit 111: Using Collaborative Technologies121Unit 211: Using Collaborative Technologies124Unit 311: Using Collaborative Technologies129Unit 112: IT Software Fundamentals133Unit 212: IT Software Fundamentals136Unit 113: Audio Software139Unit 213: Audio Software142

Unit 313: Audio Software145Unit 114: Video Software148Unit 214: Video Software151Unit 314: Video Software154Unit 115: Bespoke Software157Unit 215: Bespoke Software159Unit 315: Bespoke Software161Unit 116: Specialist Software164Unit 216: Specialist Software166Unit 316: Specialist Software168Unit 117: Computerised Accounting Software171Unit 217: Computerised Accounting Software174Unit 317: Computerised Accounting Software177Unit 118: Database Software180Unit 218: Database Software182Unit 318: Database Software185Unit 119: Data Management Software188Unit 219: Data Management Software190Unit 319: Data Management Software193Unit 120: Design Software197Unit 220: Design Software199Unit 320: Design Software202Unit 121: Imaging Software205Unit 221: Imaging Software207Unit 321: Imaging Software210Unit 122: Drawing and Planning Software213Unit 222: Drawing and Planning Software216Unit 322: Drawing and Planning Software219Unit 123: Desktop Publishing Software222Unit 223: Desktop Publishing Software225Unit 323: Desktop Publishing Software228Unit 124: Multimedia Software231Unit 224: Multimedia Software234Unit 324: Multimedia Software237Unit 125: Presentation Software241Unit 225: Presentation Software244

Unit 325: Presentation Software247Unit 126: Project Management Software251Unit 226: Project Management Software254Unit 326: Project Management Software257Unit 127: Spreadsheet Software261Unit 227: Spreadsheet Software264Unit 327: Spreadsheet Software267Unit 128: Website Software270Unit 228: Website Software273Unit 328: Website Software276Unit 129: Word Processing Software280Unit 229: Word Processing Software283Unit 329: Word Processing Software286Further information and useful publications290How to obtain National Occupational Standards290Professional development and training291Annexe A: Quality assurance292Key principles of quality assurance292Quality assurance processes292Annexe B: Centre certification and registration294What are the access arrangements and special considerations for thequalifications in this specification?294Restrictions on learner entry294

Qualification titles covered by this specificationThis specification gives you the information you need to offer the Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma for IT Users (ITQ):Qualification titleQualificationNumber (QN)Accreditationstart datePearson BTEC Level 2 Award for IT Users (ITQ)500/7820/301/10/2009Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate for IT Users (ITQ)500/7832/X01/10/2009Pearson BTEC Level 2 Diploma for IT Users (ITQ)500/7819/701/09/2009Qualifications eligible and funded for post-16-year-olds can be found on the funding Hub. The Skills Funding Agency also publishes a fundingcatalogue that lists the qualifications available for 19 funding.You should use the Qualification Number (QN), when you wish to seek public funding for your learners. Each unit within a qualification willalso have a unique reference number, which is listed in this specification.The qualification title and unit reference numbers will appear on the learners’ final certification document. Learners need to be made aware ofthis when they are recruited by the centre and registered with Pearson.Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 20171

Introducing Pearson NVQ/Competence-basedqualificationsWhat are NVQ/Competence-based qualifications?National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs)/Competence-based qualifications are work-basedqualifications that give learners the opportunity to develop and demonstrate theircompetence in the area of work or job role to which the qualification relates.NVQs/Competence-based qualifications are based on recognised occupational standards forthe appropriate sector. Occupational standards define what employees, or potentialemployees, must be able to do and know, and how well they should undertake work tasksand work roles. These standards are written in broad terms to enable employers andproviders to apply them to a wide range of related occupational areas.NVQs/Competence-based qualifications are outcomes-based with no fixed learningprogramme, therefore allowing flexible delivery to meet the individual learner’s needs. AtLevel 2 and above, these qualifications are recognised as approved training anddevelopment courses for employees that have been in the workplace for some time or as away of inducting, training and developing new entrants into the workplace. Qualifications atLevel 1 can be used in Traineeships, which enables progression to entry level employment orto Apprenticeship programmes.Learners will work towards their qualification in the workplace or in settings that replicatethe working environment as specified in the assessment requirements. Colleges, trainingcentres and/or employers can offer these qualifications as long as they have access toappropriate physical and human resources and have the necessary quality assurancesystems in place.Sizes of NVQ/Competence-based qualificationsFor all regulated qualifications, Pearson specify a total number of hours that it is estimatedlearners will require to complete and show achievement for the qualification – this is theTotal Qualification Time (TQT). The TQT value indicates the size of a qualification.Within the TQT, Pearson identifies the number of Guided Learning Hours (GLH) that weestimate a centre delivering the qualification might provide. Guided learning meansactivities, such as lessons, tutorials, online instruction, supervised study and giving feedbackon performance, that directly involve tutors and assessors in teaching, supervising andinvigilating learners. Guided learning includes the time required for learners to completeexternal assessment under examination or supervised conditions.In addition to guided learning, other required learning directed by tutors or assessors willinclude private study, preparation for assessment and undertaking assessment when notunder supervision, such as preparatory reading, revision and independent research.AS well as TQT and GLH, qualifications can also have a credit value – equal to one tenth ofTQT, rounded to the nearest whole number.TQT and credit values are assigned after consultation with users of the qualifications.NVQ/Competence qualifications are generally available in the following sizes: Award – a qualification with a TQT value of 120 or less (equivalent to a range of 1-12credits) Certificate – a qualification with a TQT value in the range of 121–369 (equivalent to arange of 13-36 credits) Diploma - a qualification with a TQT value of 370 or more (equivalent to 37 credits andabove).2Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 2017

Key features of the Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award,Certificate and Diploma for IT Users (ITQ)These qualifications: are nationally recognised are based on the National Occupational Standards (NOS) for IT Users. The NOS,assessment requirements/strategy and qualification structure(s) are owned bye-skills UKPearson BTEC Level 2 Diploma for IT Users (ITQ) has been approved as componentsrequired for the IT User Apprenticeship framework.What is the purpose of these qualifications?The purpose of these qualifications is to develop and recognise learners’ IT skillsand knowledge and enable them to use IT effectively in their daily lives.These qualifications are designed to prepare learners for employment in the ITsector and they are suitable for those who have decided that they wish to enter aspecific area of work within the IT industry.These qualifications have been developed to give learners the opportunity to: engage in learning which is relevant to them and will provide opportunities todevelop a range of skills and techniques, personal skills and attributes essentialfor successful performance in working life gain a nationally recognised vocationally specific qualification to enteremployment in the IT sector or to progress to higher education vocationalqualifications such as the Pearson BTEC Level 3 for IT Users (ITQ) qualificationsor the Higher Nationals in Computing and Systems Development qualifications develop functional skills and personal learning and thinking skills essential forsuccessful performance in working life.Who are these qualifications for?These qualifications are for all learners aged 14 and above who are capable ofreaching the required standards.Pearson’s policy is that the qualifications should: be free from any barriers that restrict access and progression ensure equality of opportunity for all wishing to access the qualifications.Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 20173

What are the benefits of these qualifications to the learner and employer?These qualifications are designed to enhance learner’s work and life skills in a rangeof vocational context. They are appropriate for a diverse range of learnersincluding: adults returning to study those seeking to develop greater independence those who have not yet achieved accredited qualifications those with specific learning needs.What are the potential job roles for those working towards thesequalifications?These qualifications are suitable for anyone who needs to use IT in their daily lives.What progression opportunities are available to learners who achieve thesequalifications?The intended destinations for learners successfully achieving these qualificationsinclude: Pearson BTEC Level 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma for IT Users (ITQ) GCE in Applied ICT apprenticeships supported employment independent living.These qualifications also allow for progression to an existing portfolio of Pearson ITqualifications.4Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 2017

Sector Specific Unit (SSU)The diversity of application and use of ICT can be reflected by the inclusion of thesector-specific unit (SSU) within the Certificate and Diploma.The SSU may only contribute a limited number of credit points (for a Level 1Certificate or Diploma the maximum is 3 credits; for a Level 2 Certificate orDiploma the maximum is 4 credits; for a Level 3 Certificate or Diploma themaximum is 5 credits).The Sector Specific Unit may be: an accredited unit from another sector a Level 1 or Level 2 unit in Functional Skills English or Functional SkillsMathematics.The SSU may be at any level, however the credit value of the SSU does not counttowards the minimum credit to be achieved at, or above the level of thequalification.Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 20175

Rules of combinationThe rules of combination specify the credits that need to be achieved, through thecompletion of particular units, for the qualification to be awarded. All accreditedqualifications have a set of rules of combination.The rules of combination specify the: credit value of the qualification which sets out the number of credits required atall levels to achieve the qualification the credits to be achieved at the level of the qualification or above credits from mandatory units, where relevant credits from optional units, where relevant credits from other units credits from equivalent units exemptions time limits on the process of credit accumulation or exemptions.Rules of combination for the Pearson BTEC Level 2 qualificationsWhen combining units for Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users, it is the centre’s responsibility to ensure that the following rules ofcombination are adhered to.Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award for IT Users (ITQ)1. The Total Qualification Time (TQT) for this qualification is 100 hours.2. The Guided Learning Hours (GLH) for this qualification is 70.3. Qualification credit value: a minimum of 10 credits4. Minimum credit to be achieved at, or above, the level of the qualification: 7credits.5. All credits must be achieved from the units listed in this specification.Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate for IT Users (ITQ)1. The Total Qualification Time (TQT) for this qualification is 160 hours.2. The Guided Learning Hours (GLH) for this qualification is 120.3. Qualification credit value: a minimum of 16 credits.4. Minimum credit to be achieved at, or above, the level of the qualification: 10credits.5. All credits must be achieved from the units listed in this specification6. The SSU is optional and may be at any level. However, the maximum creditgiven for any SSU included in this qualification is: 4 credits.6Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 2017

Pearson BTEC Level 2 Diploma for IT Users (ITQ)1. The Total Qualification Time (TQT) for this qualification is 380 hours.2. The Guided Learning Hours (GLH) for this qualification is 280.3. Qualification credit value: a minimum of 38 credits.4. Minimum credit to be achieved at, or above, the level of the qualification: 21credits.5. All credits must be achieved from the units listed in this specification.6. The SSU is optional and may be at any level. However, the maximum creditgiven for any SSU included in this qualification is: 4 credits.Qualification structureUnderstanding the unit structureThe Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma for IT Users (ITQ)specification includes Level 1, 2 and 3 units in the qualification structure.Most of the unit titles at Level 1 are the same for Level 2 and 3. The onlydifferences in the unit is the level and credit values.To differentiate the level between each of the units, the following unit numberingsystem is used in this specification.The first value in the unit number represents the level of the unit. For example,Unit 101 Improving Productivity Using IT is a Level 1 unit. Unit 201 ImprovingProductivity Using IT is a Level 2 unit even though it shares the same unit title asLevel 1.The first value of the unit number is marked 1, 2 or 3 to identify the level.Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 20177

The Award8Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 2017

What is the qualification structure for the PearsonBTEC Level 2 Award for IT Users (ITQ)?The Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award for IT Users (ITQ) is a 10-credit and 70 guidedlearning hours (GLH) qualification that consists of optional units.At least 7 credits must be at Level 2 or above.Individual units can be found in the Units section.Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award for IT Users (ITQ)Optional unitsUnitCredit value required: Minimum 10IP – Improving Productivity using ITCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.101Improving Productivity Using IT31201Improving Productivity Using IT42301Improving Productivity Using IT53UnitUF – IT User FundamentalsCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.102IT User Fundamentals31202IT User Fundamentals32UnitSI – Set up and IT SystemCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.103Set up an IT System31203Set up an IT System42303Set up an IT System53UnitOP – Optimise IT System PerformanceCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.104Optimise IT System Performance21204Optimise IT System Performance42304Optimise IT System Performance53Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 20179

Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award for IT Users (ITQ)Optional unitsUnitIS – IT Security for UsersCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.105IT Security for Users11205IT Security for Users22305IT Security for Users33UnitCF – IT Communication FundamentalsCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.106IT Communication Fundamentals21206IT Communication Fundamentals22UnitIM – Using the InternetCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.107Using the Internet31207Using the Internet42307Using the Internet53UnitMD – Using Mobile IT DevicesCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.108Using Mobile IT Devices21208Using Mobile IT Devices22UnitEM – Using EmailCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.109Using Email21209Using Email32309Using Email3310Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 2017

Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award for IT Users (ITQ)Optional unitsUnitPI – Personal Information Management SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.110Personal Information Management Software21210Personal Information Management Software22UnitCT – Using Collaborative TechnologiesCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.111Using Collaborative Technologies31211Using Collaborative Technologies42311Using Collaborative Technologies63UnitSF – IT Software FundamentalsCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.112IT Software Fundamentals31212IT Software Fundamentals32UnitAS – Audio SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.113Audio Software21213Audio Software32313Audio Software43UnitVS – Video SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.114Video Software21214Video Software32314Video Software43Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 201711

Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award for IT Users (ITQ)Optional unitsUnitBS – Bespoke SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.115Bespoke Software21215Bespoke Software32315Bespoke Software43UnitSP – Specialist SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.116Specialist Software21216Specialist Software32316Specialist Software43UnitCA – Computerised Accounting SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.117Computerised Accounting Software21217Computerised Accounting Software32317Computerised Accounting Software53UnitDB – Database SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.118Database Software31218Database Software42318Database Software63UnitDM – Data Management SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.119Data Management Software21219Data Management Software32319Data Management Software4312Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 2017

Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award for IT Users (ITQ)Optional unitsUnitDS – Design SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.120Design Software31220Design Software42320Design Software53UnitIM – Imaging SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.121Imaging Software31221Imaging Software42321Imaging Software53UnitDP – Drawing and Planning SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.122Drawing and Planning Software21222Drawing and Planning Software32322Drawing and Planning Software43UnitDT – Desktop Publishing SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.123Desktop Publishing Software31223Desktop Publishing Software42323Desktop Publishing Software53Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 201713

Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award for IT Users (ITQ)Optional unitsUnitMM – Multimedia SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.124Multimedia Software31224Multimedia Software42324Multimedia Software63UnitPS – Presentation SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.125Presentation Software31225Presentation Software42325Presentation Software63UnitPM – Project Management SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.126Project Management Software31226Project Management Software42326Project Management Software53UnitSS – Spreadsheet SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.127Spreadsheet Software31227Spreadsheet Software42327Spreadsheet Software63UnitWS – Website SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.128Website Software31228Website Software42328Website Software5314Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 2017

Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award for IT Users (ITQ)Optional unitsUnitWP – Word Processing SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.129Word Processing Software31229Word Processing Software42329Word Processing Software63Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 201715

The Certificate16Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 2017

What is the qualification structure for the PearsonBTEC Level 2 Certificate for IT Users (ITQ)?The Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate for IT Users (ITQ) is a 16-credit and 120guided learning hours (GLH) qualification that consists of one mandatory unit(Improving Productivity Using IT, Unit 201) plus optional units.At least 10 credits (including those from the mandatory unit) must be at Level 2 orabove.Credits at Entry3 are not eligible for inclusion. Individual units can be found in theUnits section.Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate for IT Users (ITQ)Mandatory unitCredit value required: Minimum 4UnitIP – Improving Productivity using ITCreditLevel201Improving Productivity Using IT42Optional unitsUnitCredit value required: Minimum 12UF – IT User FundamentalsCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.102IT User Fundamentals31202IT User Fundamentals32UnitSI – Set Up and IT SystemCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.103Set Up an IT System31203Set Up an IT System42303Set Up an IT System53Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 201717

Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate for IT Users (ITQ)Optional unitsUnitOP – Optimise IT System PerformanceCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.104Optimise IT System Performance21204Optimise IT System Performance42304Optimise IT System Performance53UnitIS – IT Security for UsersCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.105IT Security for Users11205IT Security for Users22305IT Security for Users33UnitCF – IT Communication FundamentalsCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.106IT Communication Fundamentals21206IT Communication Fundamentals22UnitIM – Using the InternetCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.107Using the Internet31207Using the Internet42307Using the Internet53UnitMD – Using Mobile IT DevicesCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.108Using Mobile IT Devices21208Using Mobile IT Devices2218Specification – Pearson BTEC Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma forIT Users (ITQ) – Issue 2 – December 2017 Pearson Education Limited 2017

Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate for IT Users (ITQ)Optional unitsUnitEM – Using EmailCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.109Using Email21209Using Email32309Using Email33UnitPI – Personal Information Management SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.110Personal Information Management Software21210Personal Information Management Software22UnitCT – Using Collaborative TechnologiesCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.111Using Collaborative Technologies31211Using Collaborative Technologies42311Using Collaborative Technologies63UnitSF – IT Software FundamentalsCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.112IT Software Fundamentals31212IT Software Fundamentals32UnitAS – Audio SoftwareCreditLevelNo more than ONE unit to be taken from this group.113Audio Software21213Audio Software32313Audio Software43Specific

Unit 322: Drawing and Planning Software 219 Unit 123: Desktop Publishing Software 222 Unit 223: Desktop Publishing Software 225 Unit 323: Desktop Publishing Software 228 Unit 124: Multimedia Software 231 Unit 224: Multimedia Software 234 Unit 324: Multimedia Software 237 Unit 125: Presentation Software

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