Applied Project 1 focuses on the scoping, designing and planning of the project. Project proposals will be presented as both a written report and as an oral presentation. Upon successful completion of this unit, students will continue with Applied Project 2 (NEF3002) where their project outcomes will be created, delivered and evaluated.
Completion of at least 144 credit points.
|1.||Conceptually map the likely components and deliverables of their negotiated project;|
|2.||Effectively plan the negotiated project and confidently propose all aspects of the project including key discipline requirements;|
|3.||Evaluate the feasibility of a range of solutions to anticipated problems taking into account relevant factors including sustainability;|
|4.||Synthesise, critically analyse and/or test project designs ensuring that design outcomes meet specifications;|
|5.||Produce a range of high quality professional and technical documents including a project proposal; and presentation; and|
|6.||Communicate with all stakeholders in an ethical and professional manner and confidently defend ideas and proposals to relevant audiences.|
|Project||Project Plan (1500 words or equivalent)||30%|
|Project||Project Proposal (2500 words or equivalent)||50%|
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