SCBT703B – Technology Project

Module code
Module title
Technology Project
This module aims to develop and prepare students for technology project roles in industry that require the application of both project management and technology skills. Students are required to demonstrate further development of their technology knowledge base within the field of their chosen Endorsement. This module is normally delivered in an industry placement.
  • SC0901
NZQA Level
Level 7
NZQA Credits
Delivery method
  • Web-Enhanced
Learning hours
Directed hours
Self directed hours
Total learning hours
Resources required
Learning Outcomes
Technology outcomes:

On successful completion of this module students will be able to:

1. Identify, analyse and plan a solution for a technology problem within the field of their
chosen Endorsement
2. Select from prior knowledge, skills, and technology applications and apply them to meet
project requirements
3. Identify, investigate, analyse the suitability of and apply at least one new area of
knowledge in a technology project

Project management associated outcomes:

On successful completion of this module students will be able to:

4. Create a project proposal in the form of a report that includes: associated issues and
background, negotiated objectives, management plan, design procedure and/or
methodology, resources, schedule of tasks, costings
5. Manage a project using appropriate software and other tools, skills and attitudes to
achieve outcomes
6. Analyse appropriate project records, and evaluate against project management
performance indicators
7. Present the outcomes of a project as a formal report and as a presentation to a diverse
- Project issues (to include Mori perspectives and Resource Management Act where
appropriate) related to the relevant Endorsement field.
- Project preparation and planning.
- Management of a project.
- Working in a technology team.
- Application of technology in industry.
Teaching and Learning Strategy
At the start of the module each student will create a Technology Curriculum Vitae, describing their existing technology knowledge base. This will be used to help match students with an industry project offering suitable training processes, activities and resources to achieve the learning outcomes. Students will manage their own work to complete a technology project with the support of an industry placement supervisor, and a Wintec academic supervisor to further develop the student technology knowledge base.
Learning and Teaching Resource
Activities in this module require students to seek their own readings from the internet, newspapers, magazines and journals. This will be overseen by the module tutor.