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Q1: How do I contact my tutor on Moodle?
A:You can contact your tutor on moodle by directly messaging them. Select your course, on the course page, click on the Participants button. then from the ‘All participants’ dropdown menu, select teacher. Select your teacher by clicking on their name. Click on send a message. A message box will open, here you can type your message and click send to send the message.

Q2: If I have problems with Moodle, who do I can contact for support?
A: You can emaill our Moodle team to get support. Email: Support@dynamisenterprises.co.uk

Q3: What if I don’t thnik I can complete an assignment on time?
A: Contact your course tutor as soon as you are aware that you might not complete an assignment on time, no later than two days earlier than the deadline. If you need to know how to contact your tutor, see Q1.

Q4: What options may be available for me, once my course is completed?
A:Computing – On successful completion of the Pearson BTEC Higher National Diploma at Level 5, students can develop their careers in the computing sector through:
• Entering employment
• Continuing existing employment
• Linking with the appropriate vendor accredited certificates
• Committing to Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
• Progressing to university.
• Top of degree via distance learning

Business – On successful completion of the Level 5 Higher National Diploma, students can develop their careers in the business sector through:
• Entering employment
• Continuing existing employment
• Linking with the appropriate vendor accredited certificates
• Committing to Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
• Progressing to university.
• Top of degree via distance learning

Q5: How am I assessed?
A:Once you have completed an assignment, upload your work via your course page. Once this is done, your teacher will assess and mark your work, and you will be graded based on how well criteria was met.

Q6: How long is the course?
A:The course takes one year to complete.

Q7: Resubmission opportunity
A:An assignment provides the final assessment for the relevant learning outcomes and is normally a final assessment decision. A student who, for the first assessment opportunity, has failed to achieve a Pass for that unit specification shall be expected to undertake a reassessment.

● Only one opportunity for reassessment of the unit will be permitted.
● Reassessment for course work, project- or portfolio-based assessments shall normally involve the reworking of the original task.
● For examinations, reassessment shall involve completion of a new task.
● A student who undertakes a reassessment will have their grade capped at a Pass for that unit.
● A student will not be entitled to be reassessed in any component of assessment for which a Pass grade or higher has already been awarded.

Q8: Repeat Units
A:A student who, for the first assessment opportunity and resubmission opportunity, still failed to achieve a Pass for that unit specification:

● At Centre discretion and Assessment Board, decisions can be made to permit a repeat of a unit.
● The student must study the unit again with full attendance and payment of the unit fee.
● The overall unit grade for a successfully completed repeat unit is capped at a Pass for that unit.
● Units can only be repeated once.

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