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Following the ECDL announcement today (29/03/17) from the DfE, we would like to confirm that the Cambridge National Certificate in ICT continues to be eligible for reporting on the DfE's 2018 KS4 performance tables.
If you need any advice about ICT qualifications for your current year 10 students, please do not hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the 2019 performance tables we have been working closely with the DfE, schools and employers on our revised Cambridge National Certificate in ICT, ready for first teaching in September 2017.
Details of this work will be available on Monday 3 April 2017.
This is a vocationally-related qualification that takes an engaging, practical and inspiring approach to learning and assessment. The everyday use of ICT, from PCs to smartphones, now impacts all of our lives. This new Cambridge Nationals in ICT reflects this and provides students with a solid understanding of the subject which they can use in their working lives. Three themes are covered: business information systems, creative and technical.
We’ve put together this guide to give additional guidance on how internal standardisation may be approached. These guidelines must be used in conjunction with the Centre Handbook and Admin Guide relevant to the qualification you are delivering.
The teaching and learning resources on this page must not be used for summative assessment purposes. As part of our teaching we expect support to be given to your learners; such support is not permissible for summative assessment and is likely to be considered malpractice.
This resource brings together the questions from the June 2013 examined unit (R001), the marking guidance, the examiner’s comments and the exemplar answers into one place for easy reference.
This resource brings together the questions from the June 2014 examined unit (R001), the marking guidance, the examiner’s comments and the exemplar answers into one document for easy reference.
This document shows how Cambridge Nationals in ICT units and learning outcomes map to Cambridge Nationals in Creative iMedia units and learning outcomes.
This is a guide for teachers so that you can see how we would mark work, Cambridge Nationals are designed to give the learners the project and let them create the work. The guide contains sample learner work for this unit and covers all learning objectives, graded at Marking Band 1 (MB1) and Marking Band 3 (MB3).