Monthly Archives: December 2012

Comms and ICT project on Customer Care

The topic of my project is Customer Care in the work place. I chose this topic as i feel it was relevant to my current job role. I did the presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint using various different features it had … Continue reading

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IT Security Booklet

Introduction For my IT security project I decided to create a useful booklet on IT security for the staff at Compare Insurance.  We deal with client data and we need to make sure our security prevents the data from being … Continue reading

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A.O.N (Time Use)

First, we had to make a spreadsheet for what we do on a day-to-day basis, obviously it isn’t that accurate because we could be doing anything, but it is a rough idea. Then, Leia gave us a link to Moodle … Continue reading

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Application of Number: Fuel Costs

I have used the internet to find the average petrol prices from 10 different locations from around the UK. I am doing this to find out where you can get the cheapest fuel from. I found the average price of … Continue reading

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A.O.N (Raspberry Pi)

We had to make a quote for things to do with the Raspberry Pi’s that ITeC had ordered. We had to find things like; Monitor Keyboard Mouse Some other people went further than that and priced up cables and even … Continue reading

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PI Quotes

I based my quote on another learners because i was not in on the the day the rest of the learners did this task, the quote is for the Raspberry Pi equipment needed for the project, the quote was less than … Continue reading

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Week 13

Monday and Tuesday I was not in ITeC. Wednesday, I worked on my project. Yesterday, we was with Terry and we built a computer. The CPU somehow took a while to slot back on, but in the end we got … Continue reading

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