Workplace Projects bring an apprentice’s technical training to life, embedding knowledge, skills and behaviours within practical work-based assignments. A Level 3 Software apprentice will complete the following projects:
The Business Environment
Exploring how software developers operate effectively within a business landscape, including Health & Safety, Budgets, Brands and Business Protocols.
Coding Project 1: Logic & Problem Solving
This project focuses on writing simple code to a high standard, testing against project deliverables and solving logical problems with structured methods, tools and techniques.
Coding Project 2: User Interface & Analysis
This project encompasses all the skills from Project 1, with a focus on developing user interfaces, following basic analysis models, and understanding the software development lifecycle.
Coding Project 3: Data & Security
This project reinforces the skills from the previous coding projects, and focuses on creating simple connections between code and defined data sources, applying appropriate secure development principles, and applying industry standard approaches for configuration management.
Communication in Software Development
Articulating the function of software components to different stakeholders, across a range of mediums.
These workplace projects form a portfolio of evidence used at the End Point Assessment. Your apprentice will work with our dedicated Baltic Learning Mentors to shape each project to their job role and workplace responsibilities.