Leadership and Management- what lead time is required?
Ian Woodruff and Rod McCrohan presentation on The 1:1:1 Delivery model as trialled in the Leadership and Management program BUSM 3120. Date:15.12.2010
Store backup samples
An introduction to techniques used by scientific and medical laboratory personnel to collect samples of material for testing. Covers the procedures for preparing and labelling backup samples prior to sample testing.
Keep accurate records and maintain their confidentiality - Process and record data
Laboratory Technicians at SimuLab Laboratories must be able to record and store data, perform basic laboratory computations and accurately present and interpret information in tables and graphs, and charts. Keeping accurate records of tests and procedures in the laboratory in an organised manner.
Communication on a worksite: Putting up signs
The Site Supervisor has had a number of signs made to warn people of hazards and dangers on the building site. He has asked you to put these up in the appropriate places. When you work on a building site you need to communicate with other people - tradesmen, suppliers and clients. This involves spoken and written communication, as well as an understanding of safety and warning signs.
Harvesting the Rain - Games for the Trades - Plumbing
This game is intended for apprentice roof plumbers to gain the knowledge and skills to install a rainwater tank to a house. The aim of the game is to gather enough rain water to service a household. The apprentice will learn how to collect information about Australian rainfall patterns and make calculations using the pitch and angle of the roof to determine how much water needs to be collected.
Painting and decorating - Preparing the surfaces
In this task the learner’s boss wants them to prepare the surfaces for a paint job. The cupboard doors, window sills and doors are to be painted in an old kitchen. The learner will have to decide what’s involved in the job as there are greasy marks, flaking paint and old paint to strip off.
Plan and organise assessment
This learning object provides content, resources, activities and tasks to support the competencies in the unit TAAASS401C Plan and organise assessment from the TAA Training Package.
Screen an experienced client for developing an exercise
In this scenario the learner is to screen an experienced client for health status, personal characteristics, fitness goals and outcomes. The learner is to complete screening checklists derived from information gathered at each stage.
Prepare clients for postural appraisal
This is a scenario based learning resource in which the learner is to prepare two clients for postural appraisal to ensure that they are comfortable with and informed about the process, gather information about the clients' lifestyle and then select the relevant posture appraisal tools. The scenario requires the learner to make decisions based on information gained by interacting with the activities within the scenes in the scenario.
Everyday Writing 1: Personal History
This topic will show you how to write your own life story. It will focus on planning and structuring the story so that it flows logically. It will also help you develop a writing style that reflects your personality. It forms topic 8: Personal History from the Everyday Writing 1 resource.
Everyday Writing 1: Fictional Writing
This topic will show you how to write a story or narrative text that will be interesting and enjoyable for others to read. It forms topic 7: Fictional Writing from the Everyday Writing 1 resource.
Hazardous and infectious waste management
This activity examines workplace hazards and their potential effect on infection control in the health industry. It focuses on the handling and disposal of infectious and/or hazardous waste material. The user is asked to review the behaviour of a transport worker in a fictitious organisation who fails to follow the correct procedure for dealing with a workplace hazard. Five scenarios are given and the user needs to decide the best option in each instance. They investigate
LRA Event Part 3: Ida Sawyer
Human Rights Watch researcher, Ida Sawyer, describes some of the atrocities she witnessed and studied in central Africa. Footage from Duru by Ida Sawyer. To see more on the LRA, visit: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/africa/lords-resistance-army-hunt-africas-most-wanted
5.1 Food preservation and the development of refrigeration Most societies have had traditional methods of preserving food: drying, baking, pickling, salting, smoking, the use of sugar, and in cold climates, freezing or chilling, with the use of ice houses in the summer. These techniques were usually carried out at a local level, which meant that most perishable food was consumed near to where it was produced, and any food processing was usually small-scale and localised. Cattle and livestock, for example, were moved ‘on the hoof’ from their pastu
Most societies have had traditional methods of preserving food: drying, baking, pickling, salting, smoking, the use of sugar, and in cold climates, freezing or chilling, with the use of ice houses in the summer. These techniques were usually carried out at a local level, which meant that most perishable food was consumed near to where it was produced, and any food processing was usually small-scale and localised. Cattle and livestock, for example, were moved ‘on the hoof’ from their pastu
Protect valuables in transit - Complete escort of
This is the task for complete escort of valuables. Students complete paperwork necessary for completing an assignment where they deliver valuables.
Using an overlocker
An activity to learn how and when to use an overlocker in the textile and fabric industry
Check sizing of items
An activity to check that the sizing of garments is correct
Replace faulty garments
An activity demonstrating the procedures followed in the advent of garments not meeting the quality standards.
Spread multiple layers of fabric
Learn how to spread multiple plies (more than one layer) of fabric to cut a shirt order. You will be cutting the bulk samples for these shirts so we need to spread the plies to form a lay.