For ICT to be useful, learners must have the skills and confidence to apply, combine and adapt their knowledge to new situations in their life and work. They need the capacity to identify and understand the role that ICT plays in the world and use ICT in ways that enable them to function as effective citizens and benefit them in life and work.
Each ICT assessment covers the following skill standards:
- Using ICT
- Finding and selecting information
- Developing, presenting and communicating information
The assessments require learners to apply their process and problem solving skills.
Page updated: 25 March 2014