Safety Signs and Information: Simple Warnings
Simple Warnings. Topic 6, extracted from the Safety Signs and Information resource. In this topic you will be listening to different warnings and giving spoken and written warnings to others. You will also be learning how to explain why the warning is needed and any legal responsibilities you might have in giving warnings.
Assess client's range of movement, analyse static posture, observe and analyse client's dynamic post
This is a scenario based learning resource in which the learner will assess two clients using relevant posture appraisal tools including static posture appraisal, dynamic posture appraisal and range of motion. The learner will record relevant observations on a client record sheet. The scenario requires the learner to make decisions based on information gained by interacting with the activities within the scenes in the scenario.
Assessing a beginning client's fitness goals and health
This is a scenario based learning resource in which the learner is to estimate the body composition of a client using appropriate measurement methods and compare these to recommended standards. The scenario requires the learner to make decisions based on information gained by interacting with the activities within the scenes in the scenario.
Instruct clients in fitness activities
In this scenario the learning style preferences of three clients are to be analysed. From this analysis, techniques and strategies that are suitable for instructing each client are to be selected. The learner will need to select a number of appropriate assessment techniques which will determine how well the clients have picked up the fitness program. The assessment techniques also need to respond to the clients' learning style preferences.
Plan and commission facilities
An online learning resource from the Facilities Management Toolbox. Covers competencies from SRXFAC009B Plan, develop and commission facility development.
Assess clients diet
This is a scenario based learning resource in which the learner is to collect information about the health status, personal characteristics, weight loss goals and current dietary intake of three different clients. The learner is to complete a diet assessment form for each client with recommendations for realistic and appropriate dietary modifications to meet the goals of these clients, based on information collected at each scene. The scenario requires the
Acquire and maintain facilities
An online learning resource within the Facilities Management Toolbox. Covers competencies from SRXFAC005B Coordinate facility and equipment acquisition and maintenance and SRXFAC008B Obtain facilities.
Assessing a beginning client's fitness goals and health
This is a scenario based learning resource in which the learner is to develop an exercise program to improve a client's body composition, based on that client's body composition measurements and needs. The scenario requires the learner to make decisions based on information gained by interacting with the activities within the scenes in the scenario.
History and its impact on health
This learning object addresses the competency required to work in the context of Aboriginal history, taking into account the national/local history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as a factor in working with these people.
Delivering health services
This learning object addresses the competency required to work in a culturally safe manner by delivering services safely, as limited by own level of competence and responsibility, and in line with organisation policies, regulatory requirements and comunity protocols.
Social, political, economical and environmental impacts on health
This learning object addresses the competency required to work in the context of Aboriginal history, considering the impact of social, political, economic and environmental factors on Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people.
Operate ride on vehicles
There is a wide range of ride on vehicles used in the horticulture industry. Each is designed and suited for specific tasks. This resource supports the learning required to 'Operate ride on vehicles' and addresses pre-start checks, operation and routine maintenance for ride on vehicles.
The Quoting Game -Catering
This package contains a learning game that supports people working in the hospitality industry to develop skills in quoting for jobs
Operate a Bar
This learning object provides information on stocking and maintaining drinks in a bar as well as the service of drinks.
File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
This learning object will work through the basics of file transfer protocol
Work safely in accordance with defined policies and procedures
This resource covers the skills and knowledge that will assist the learner, as a Laboratory Technician, to apply OHS procedures and safe working practices to maintain own health and the health of others. It contains activities and resources to facilitate self-paced learning. Topics include: OHS policies, design and layout of laboratories, operating procedures and programs and hazardous materials.
Follow established work plan
This resource covers the skills and knowledge required to follow an established work plan. Learners will work through tasks that will assist them to established work routines and procedures. It contains activities and resources to facilitate self-paced learning. Topics include: follow established work plan, as well as scenarios on equipment problems and urgent specimens.
Small Business Marketing: Marketing Plan
The Marketing Plan. This unit identifies the elements in a marketing plan; examine the information required to compile a plan; analyse potential markets, customers, offerings and competitors; and guide learners in developing a comprehensive marketing plan. Additionally the unit describes the process of creating a human resources plan. This forms a resource for small business marketing with an associate diploma of business. It is expected that learners will apply the learning to an existing or pr
Small Business Marketing: Financial Plan
The Financial Plan. This unit focuses on identifying the elements of a financial plan; understanding the information required to compile a financial plan; describe sources of finance; prepare a profit and loss statement; conduct break-even analysis; cash-flow projection; and develop a comprehensive financial plan. This object is supported by the text Reynolds, W, Savage, W, & Williams, A (1994) Your Own Business, (2nd Edition), Nelson, Australia. This forms a resource for Certificate III in Sma
Learning more about working with other people, helping others and being part of a team.