This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to plan for and build a basic website suited to organisation purposes and customer requirements. It requires the ability to plan and develop both the structure and content for the site and to test and evaluate the site before it goes live.
It covers those skills needed by an organisation that chooses to develop its own site, using website building platforms, rather than using the services of information technology specialists.
It can apply to individuals who work independently or with limited guidance from others, including senior operational personnel and business unit managers. It would apply to small business owner operators who are responsible for a range of functions.
This unit applies to any type of organisation including commercial, not-for-profit and government organisations. It would, however, have particular application to small businesses. References to customers should be interpreted in the context of the particular industry and organisation which will use different terms to describe their stakeholders.
This unit is designed for use across industries. Training and assessment should be contextualised to meet the particular requirements of the industry for which it is delivered.
No occupational licensing, certification or specific legislative requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.