# CTE Resource Center - Verso - Computer Network Software Operations FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas Correlation by Task

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FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas Correlation by Task

In this course, the following tasks/competencies reinforce the standards listed beside them. Teachers may identify additional reinforcements in locally developed instructional materials.

Task/Competency Number Task/Competency Statement Standards
39 Explain current desktop operating systems. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Word Processing
40 Explain the hardware found in a computer. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Word Processing
41 Navigate a desktop operating system environment. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Word Processing
42 Navigate system administration tools. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Word Processing
43 Demonstrate the procedures for installing, replacing, or repairing a desktop operating system. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Word Processing
44 Demonstrate the procedures for installing and removing software in a desktop environment. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Networking Concepts
45 Manage a file system structure. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Word Processing
46 Explain different file system formats. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Word Processing
47 Explain current server operating systems. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Word Processing
48 Explain the uses of current and emerging server and storage hardware. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Word Processing
49 Describe client-server architecture, including virtual server architecture. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
50 Identify the services commonly found on a network server. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
51 Explain the authentication of users in a network environment. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
52 Define types of networks. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
53 Define types of network architecture. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Desktop Publishing ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
54 Differentiate between distributed and centralized computing (e.g., desktop, network server, virtual server, cloud networking). FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
55 Identify services delivered by a server. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
56 Describe standard network LAN topologies. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
57 Describe variations of standard topologies (e.g., extended star, mesh, star bus, star ring). FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
58 Describe the role of the Network Interface Card (NIC) network adapter. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
59 Describe various types of network adapters. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
60 Describe the functions of networking hardware (e.g., adapter, hub, router, switch, bridge, access point). FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
61 Describe the primary features of each major access method. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
62 Define terms related to wired and wireless network media. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
63 Identify the types and uses of wired network media. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
64 Identify the types and uses of wireless network media. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
65 Describe the concept of broadband and its various incarnations (e.g., digital subscriber line [DSL], cable, fiber optics, high-speed wireless). FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
66 Describe the types of modems. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
67 Describe each layer of the Open System Interconnection (OSI) model. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
68 Describe devices in a network environment and their place in the OSI model. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
69 Define the basic components of a network packet. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
70 Describe networking protocols. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
71 Map network processes that use protocols to the appropriate OSI layers. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
72 Identify components and features of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 802 networking specifications. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
73 Compare essential network operating system components. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
74 Determine whether to use peer-to-peer or directory services. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
75 Identify major decisions associated with the installation of a network operating system. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
76 Select server services. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
77 Install a server operating system. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
78 Define different types of accounts. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
79 Administer user and group accounts. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
80 Create user profiles. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
81 Implement global, domain, and local account policies. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
82 Describe considerations and procedures for sharing applications on the network. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
83 Manage disk resources. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
84 Identify the procedures for installing and managing a shared printer. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
85 Identify the functions, features, and guidelines of e-mail and calendaring. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
86 Document a network security plan. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
87 Implement a network security plan. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
88 Explain the characteristics, functions, and benefits of software and hardware firewalls. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
89 Develop a plan to avoid data loss. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Word Processing
90 Back up files and directories. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Word Processing
91 Restore files and directories. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Word Processing
92 Develop a network performance monitoring plan. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
93 Monitor server resources to track usage and disk space. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts
94 Troubleshoot user access problems. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Word Processing
95 Develop a preventive maintenance plan. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Emerging Business Issues ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Web Site Design
96 Develop an audit policy. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Emerging Business Issues ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Web Site Design
97 Set up file, directory, and printer auditing. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Emerging Business Issues ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Web Site Design
98 Describe the various forms of malware protection for servers. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Emerging Business Issues ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Web Site Design
99 Identify training needs. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Emerging Business Issues ♦ Job Interview
100 Provide an orientation to a network system. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Emerging Business Issues
101 Develop a training plan. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Cyber Security ♦ Emerging Business Issues
102 Provide training to users. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Emerging Business Issues
103 Create a user manual. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Emerging Business Issues ♦ Job Interview
104 Provide ongoing basic user support. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Emerging Business Issues
105 Identify copyright and licensing laws that apply to computer use and network administration. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Emerging Business Issues ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Web Site Design ♦ Word Processing
106 Describe procedures to ensure the proper licensing of a client-server operating system and applications. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Emerging Business Issues ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Web Site Design ♦ Word Processing
107 Identify ethical behavior that is expected of users and administrators. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Emerging Business Issues ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Web Site Design ♦ Word Processing
108 Describe the process and requirements for obtaining industry certifications related to the Computer Network Software Operations course. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Emerging Business Issues ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Web Site Design
109 Identify testing skills/strategies for a certification examination. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Emerging Business Issues ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Web Site Design
110 Demonstrate ability to successfully complete selected practice examinations (e.g., practice questions similar to those on certification exams). FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Emerging Business Issues ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Web Site Design
112 Research careers in networking. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Emerging Business Issues ♦ Job Interview
113 Compose a résumé for electronic processing. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Future Business Leader ♦ Job Interview
114 Assemble a professional portfolio that contains representative samples of student work. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Computer Applications ♦ Desktop Publishing ♦ Network Design ♦ Networking Concepts ♦ Word Processing
115 Create a cover letter to accompany a résumé. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Future Business Leader ♦ Job Interview
116 Complete manual and electronic application forms. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Future Business Leader ♦ Job Interview
117 Participate in an internship program. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Future Business Leader ♦ Job Interview
118 Use electronic sources to research a company in preparation for a job interview. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Future Business Leader ♦ Job Interview
119 Participate in a mock interview. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Future Business Leader ♦ Job Interview
120 Compose an interview follow-up letter. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Future Business Leader ♦ Job Interview
121 Identify the steps to follow when resigning from a position. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Future Business Leader ♦ Job Interview
122 Identify potential employment barriers for nontraditional groups and ways to overcome these barriers. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Emerging Business Issues ♦ Job Interview