Applied Software Development and Building Custom Solutions using the Modern Capabilities of CRM Software (Micro-credential)
New Zealand Academic and Learning Institute Limited
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A candidate for admission into the Applied Software Development and Building Custom Solutions using the Modern Capabilities of CRM Software Micro-credential Level 6:
- Is 18 years of age or older.
-Has completed a Level 5 micro-credential in designing, building, and deploying custom solutions using the modern capabilities of CRM software/or equivalent skills and experience.
- Has been employed in a workplace for at least one year and uses software as part of their role responsibility.
Note 1: In addition, international students must have an IELTS General score of 6 overall, or equivalent, with no band less than 5.5. Note 2: If admission criteria are not met, discretionary entry may be granted by the Academic Programme Committee.
About the course
What can I expect out of this qualification?
The purpose of the micro-credential is to provide technical expertise that will enable the learner to understand software development, building custom solutions, business logic and user interfaces. The learner will be able to use the modern capabilities of CRM software to take a solution through many of the stages of the software development lifecycle.
This micro-credential is non-vocational as it takes an adult-learning, learner-centred educational approach in addressing the learning needs of non-traditional tech learners, specifically those who are Māori and Pasifika.
The target learner is one who comes from a non-traditional tech environment, who will be taking a software solution through planning, developing, testing, and deployment using the modern capabilities of CRM software.
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