Justin Bode discusses butterfly photography, including the differences between forest and bushveld butterf
Act as a motivator for clients
A personal trainer has a key role in motivating a client to stick
with a fitness program. In this scenario the learner is required to identify any behaviours
in their client that may indicate the client is losing motivation to continue in the
program. The learner is then to develop some motivational strategies that will support the
client continuing in the program and develop steps that may be taken to improve the client’s
adherence to the program.
Deal with conflict situations
This resource covers the skills and knowledge required to resolve conflict situations with customers and colleagues and deals with the resolution of escalated complaints. It contains activities and resources to facilitate self-paced learning. Topics covered include: identify causes and situations that could result in conflict at personal and organisational levels, develop tactful action to prevent escalation of conflict, apply strategies to resolve conflict situations aimed at minimum disruption
Develop a Business Plan for the Transport Industry
This module is designed to help you develop the knowledge and skills to write a Business Plan for a transport and distribution business. This module reflects elements from the Small Business Management Competency Standards: Clarify personal expectations, values, skills and experience; Apply the business plan; Secure rights to products/services. This module nominally requires 20 hours of time to complete it is part of the Certificate III in Small Business Management (Transport and Distribution)
Time Management for Small Business Owners: Work Life Balance
Work Life Balance. This unit examines the balance between work and personal time, it extends the principals of time management to personal time. It focuses on small business owners; though is applicable to general time management. This is part 5 of 5 in the Time Management for Small Business Owners series.
This learning object addresses the competency required to maintain safety in the workplace. Topics include identifying hazards and controlling risk, isolation, regulations and procedures, personal safety, keeping fit, protective equipment, and emergency procedures.
This learning object addresses the competency required to maintain safety in the workplace. Topics include identifying hazards, controlling risk, isolation, regulations, procedures, personal safety, keeping fit, and protective equipment.
Implement personal marketing plan - PRDRE30A
Your personal appearance, professionalism and communication skills all play an important role in building credibility and trust with your client. These personal qualities are what make you stand out from other real estate agents. Your greatest marketing tool as a real estate agent is yourself. It's crucial that you maintain and continually improve your professional image. Your first task is to conduct a self-assessment and identify any areas that need improvement in your personal marketing. You
Working effectively in retail
Learners are presented with background information about how to present themselves professionally in the retail industry. This includes personal presentation, corporate image, teamwork and individual roles and responsibilities.
How do I look? - Customer service
Learners follow a retail operator through her journey into discovering why her attitude and personal presentation is not acceptable to her manager and her efforts to improve. They also have the opportunity to evaluate a range of other workers' presentation skills and fitness for their retail environment. It teaches them personal presentation skills, as well as effective interaction with customers and appropriate behaviour at work in a retail environment.
Meet workplace health and safety requirements
This unit covers a broad spectrum of issues related to safe
working practices in the aquaculture industry. Activity 1 covers basic occupational
health and safety legislation and its implications in the aquaculture workplace.
Activity 2 focuses on identifying safety hazards and risks at the aquaculture
workplace. It covers two main areas - the shed and the chemicals store. It also
covers actions that can be taken to remove or control the risks. Activity 3 covers
Apply chemicals and biological
This unit deals with the equipment and methods used to
apply chemicals and biological agents in aquaculture. Activity 1 shows learners how
to identify personal protective equipment, select appropriate personal protective
equipment for a task and clean and maintain personal protective equipment. Activity
2 looks at hazardous chemical substances, dangerous good symbols, product labels and
material safety data sheets. In Activity 3 students will learn how to use
Academic research on student engagement - lost formulae to inspiring students
This paper shows academic tutors take on a multitude of roles in their current positions at university and while teaching is expected, from most, it is often assumed that the tutor will apply appropriate pedagogical tools to convey knowledge to the students. This view is now being challenged as many students are being actively encouraged to voice their views of the teaching and learning experience this paper shows
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