Australian Aboriginal Pidgin Language Assignment

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OUR LANGUAGE IS IMPORTANTPROJECTCHARTERVersion Number:1.0Version Date: 31/07/2017Student name and student number:Neil Patrick Nacar, 12034170Campus:MelbourneTutor:Daemi, ArashTutorial number:PPMP20008 - T2 - MEL - 1 - Tut B/04[Insert appropriate disclaimer(s)]
Our Language is ImportantTABLE OF CONTENTS1PROJECT DESCRIPTION............................................................................................21.1Project Description and Background.............................................................21.2Key Deliverables............................................................................................21.3Justification.....................................................................................................21.3.1Output / Outcome / Benefit........................................................................21.3.2Justification statement...............................................................................22HIGH LEVEL RISKS.....................................................................................................32.1Risk 1.............................................................................................................32.2Risk 2.............................................................................................................33SCHEDULE AND COST...............................................................................................33.1Schedule for Key Deliverables.......................................................................33.1.1Proposed Lifecycle: Waterfall (Traditional) or Agile..................................43.2Summary Budget...........................................................................................43.2.1Proposed Contract Type...........................................................................44STAKEHOLDERS.........................................................................................................45GOVERNANCE.............................................................................................................55.1Structure of Project Board..............................................................................55.2Project Manager.............................................................................................55.3Project Approvals...........................................................................................5CHARTER APPROVAL....................................................................................................6REFERENCES6Project Charter Template (v1.0)Page1of9
Our Language is Important1PROJECT DESCRIPTION1.1PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND BACKGROUND THE PROJECT AIMS ATREVIVING THE LOST AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL PIDGIN LANGUAGE BYINSTALLING SIGNAGES IN THE CAMPUS OF THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERINGAND TECHNOLOGY. IN THE LONG RUN SUCH PROJECTS CONSERVE ANDREVIVE INDIGENOUS CULTURE OF THE COUNTRY AND SHOW THE WORLD THERICH CULTURAL HERITAGE.1.2KEY DELIVERABLESDeliverableKey deliverableSignages in the aboriginal language in the CQU CampusSub-deliverable 1Creating design for sign boards in the aboriginallanguage.Sub-deliverable 2Fabrication (CNC routing, Laser and Vinyl Cutting) andSign painting, channel lettering and laminating prints1.3JUSTIFICATION1.3.1Output / Outcome / BenefitOutputOutcomeBenefitsCreating sign boards inthe campus of CQU in thelocal aboriginal Pidginlanguage.Creates awareness in theminds of youth regardingthe aboriginal languagesand culture ultimatelyLost and endangeredlanguages are revivedand the cominggenerations preservethem.1.3.2Justification statementThe ultimate purpose of the project is the revival of the endangered aboriginallanguages by creating awareness among the younger generation in a systematicway as explained by this diagram:Project Charter Template (v1.0)Page2of9PLANNINGREQUIREMENTSDESIGNIMPLEMENTMAINTAIN
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