Object Oriented Programming: Apply stage instructions | SDL3 RS A4.3a |

Overview of Object Oriented Programming Apply stage activity

Welcome to your Apply stage for Object Oriented Programming.

There are six steps involved in this Apply stage: 

          1. Identify your workplace activity: 

  • Ensure you have familiarised yourself with the brief for this Apply stage.  This is detailed in the next step. 
  • Ensure you are aware of the knowledge, skills and behaviours (KSBs) required for this module. The KSBs for this module are covered in the later in this Learning Path. 
  • Identify an activity or project at work to apply the knowledge, skills and behaviours (KSBs) required for this module.  

    2. Discuss your workplace activity with your line manager: 

  • Discuss your proposed workplace activity for the Apply stage with your line manager or the person responsible for your work 
  • Agree with your line manager, in greater detail, the workplace activity that you would like to complete. Your line manager should support you during this initial planning process and ensure that your chosen activity is appropriate for the module and your job. 

    3. Submit your summary: 

  • Describe and document your workplace activity as a summary 
  • Explain who will support you and who you will talk to during the completion of your workplace activity. 
  • Ensure your summary explains how you will apply the KSBs. 
  • Submit your summary within three days of this Apply stage start date on Bud via Messages and Submissions 

    4. DLC check: 

  • Your DLC will check your summary and ensure your workplace activity meets the KSBs, and that its suitable for your portfolio 
  • Your DLC will also confirm with you the due date for completion of the workplace activity and final submissionwhich is a written report of your workplace activity. 

    5. Complete your workplace activity: 

  • Complete your workplace activity in the timescale provided by your DLC.  
  • Collate evidence and examples for your final submission as you complete your workplace activity. Remember, work that you produce in the Apply stage will be used in your end-point assessment to demonstrate your knowledge and skills gained throughout this apprenticeship.  

    6. Upload your final submission: 

  • Describe and document your workplace activity as a summary in a Word doc, or similar.  
  • Ensure summary demonstrates that you will apply the KSBs.
  • Document your unique contribution that you have made to your workplace. 
  • Upload your final submission in Bud. 


   Decorative image: six icons, one representing each step of the apply stage process: 1. a light bulb and two gears for the Identify your activity step 2. a man's head for the discuss with your line manager step 2. a notepad for the submit your summary stage 4. a file folder for the DLC check 5. a pencil and a ruler for the complete your activity step and a file folder with direction towards a cloud above for the final submission step

Figure 1: Six steps of the Apply stage 

The Apply stage activity you complete during this apprenticeship programme will build your portfolio of evidence 

This portfolio of evidence will underpin your professional discussion, which is part of your end-point assessment (EPA), where you can demonstrate your competence and contribution and (critically) how you have met the knowledge, skills and behaviours (KSBs) from the apprenticeship standard. 

Before you get to your EPA, you will have the opportunity to compile and refine your portfolio as part of your preparations for the professional discussion. It’s recommended that you familiarise yourself with the KSBs, which you can do all the way through your apprenticeship. This will ensure that you can talk confidently about how you've met them in your EPA. 

When you’re ready, select Next to continue. 

16h 15m

This Course provides you with information about how to get started and how to create, structure and submit your Apply stage activity evidence for Object Oriented Programming. 

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