First in, first out – Managing stock
Learners become familiar with the legislation and policy for stock control and learn how to merchandise and display stock accordingly by stepping through interactive demonstrations and activities.
Carry out work effectively in the seafood
This unit covers a broad spectrum of issues related to working in the aquaculture industry. Activity 1 assists students in identifying stock species and their habitats. It also requires students to identify equipment used in Aquaculture. Activity 2 covers work practices and activities to be undertaken at each stage of the seafood supply chain to maintain quality and safety of products. The following stages of the process are covered: growth, harvest, transport, processing
Monitor Stock and Environmental Conditions
This unit covers the knowledge and processes involved in monitoring stock health in the aquaculture industry. Activity 1 gives an introduction to water quality factors such as dissolved oxygen levels, pH, hardness, alkalinity, water temperature and salinity, and how these affect stock and other water quality factors. Activity 2 covers the location to take a water sample, methods of taking a water sample, sending it for analysis and interpreting results of water analysis.
Monitor work operations
This learning object addresses the competency required to oversee and monitor the quality of day-to-day work operations in the Tourism or Hospitality enterprise. You will learn about quality assurance, managing organisational change, workflow analysis, maintaining records, workflow planning, delegation and problem solving.
Co-ordinate Marketing Activities
The key elements addressed in this competency are: Plan marketing and promotional activities, Co-ordinate participation in trade and consumer shows, Co-ordinate in house promotions, Co-ordinate familiarisations, Undertake a general public relations role, Develop special products to meet customer needs and Review and report on promotional activities
Journal of agricultural and environmental ethics Doctoral Studies at Cranfield -- My View: Imran Zawwar It's On Us! 電子物性論Ａ Season 2 – Lesson 28 – Coffee Break Spanish Globalization and health Key economic concepts Intermediate Economic Analysis: teaching syllabus TALAT Lecture 2502: Material Aspects of Fire Design Shear bands in stressed polycarbonate BBC In Depth: Hurricane Katrina Consumer law Marginal Analysis and Programme Budgeting European Economic Issues: syllabus TALAT Lecture 2204: Design Philosophy
The Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics examines the ethical issues confronting agriculture, food production and environmental change, such as intensive agricultural production methods, animal welfare, the use of biotechnolog
Imran Zawwar introduces himself, his research topic around economic entrepreneurship and explains what led to him pursuing a PhD at Cranfield School of Management.
We have a lot of traditions here at the University of Arizona; tolerating sexual assault is definitely not one of them. It's on us to Bear Down on sexual assault.
Electronic and magnetic properties of solids are lectured based on quantum mechanics and solid state physics. Beginning with fundamentals of quantum mechanics, perturbation theories are given as some approximation methods. These will be applied to electromagnetic radiation and energy band theory. Fundamentals of transportation, scattering and diffraction of waves and particles in solids are mentioned. Fundamental theories of magnetic properties spin dependent phenomenon and superconductivity wil
Coming up in this lesson: In lesson 28 we’ll be continuing to create phrases in the language based on the knowledge of grammar we’ve acquired in recent lessons. This week we’re focusing on the context of taking a taxi in a Spanish-speaking country. Please note that lesson 28 of Season 2 was originally known as […]
40 PowerPoint slides from Richard Smith of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine on Globalization and Health, covering: What is globalization; Relationship between globalization and health; Aspects of globalization that may effect health; Health, international trade and the WTO; Trade in health services and GATS
13 PowerPoint slides from Richard Smith of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine on Key economic concepts, covering: Opportunity cost; Efficiency; Marginal analysis
Full teaching syllabus for a Post Keynesian module in Intermediate Economic Analysis by Jan Toporowski at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. Available in Word format.
This lecture gives information about characteristic behaviour of aluminium alloys and insulation materials at high temperatures; it describes the philosophy of using aluminium alloy structures under risks of fire; it gives an example of fire risk analysis. General engineering background and some familiarity with TALAT lecture 2501 is assumed.
Yielding in glassy polymers often proceeds by a small sheared region propagating through the material. These patterns can be used in the stress analysis of fracture processes. In addition, the colours in the image are the result of birefringence and relate to the strain-induced alignment of the polycarbonate molecules. Because the specimen is below the glass transition temperature of PC (145 °C), the material will relax when the stress is removed and there will be no residual alignment.
This BBC News clearinghouse website provides a wide variety of information regarding Hurricane Katrina. Information includes news stories, scientific analysis and background, eyewitness accounts, photo galleries, pressing questions, hurricane animations and more. Information has been updated frequently.
This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. As taught in Autumn Semester 2009/10 This module looks at the role of the law in regulating business in the interests of consumers. Suitable for: Second and final year undergraduates Professor P.R Cartwright, School of Law Peter Cartwright has been Professor of Consumer Protection Law at the University of Nottingham since 2004. He previously worked at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, where he obtained his Ph.D.
Meeting individual health needs and improving the health of populations within a finite budget is a challenge for health systems worldwide. Programme budgeting and marginal analysis (PBMA) is a tool for tackling this, and for putting some science behind the art of managing scarcity and competing demands. This module explores the definitions, tools and practical application of PBMA. Online interactive learning resource from HealthKnowledge website, for Public Health practitioners, healthcare work
Syllabus for a first year module on on European economic issues at the University of Birmingham. This module will involve the presentation and evaluation of economic data relevant to analysis of the European union, an overview of EU institutions and policy making and the rationale for supranational decision taking, an evaluation of current EU economic policies (agriculture, regional policy, economic and monetary union.
This lecture outlines the requirements on load bearing structures with respect to safety against failure; it introduces the design analysis process with methods of verification and partial safety factors; it describes the characteristic of loads and load combinations on structures; it introduces the subject of load and resistance factors in the verification methods; it describes the basic structural design properties of aluminium alloys versus steel. Some background and experience in structural
Doctoral Studies at Cranfield -- My View: Imran Zawwar
It's On Us!
Season 2 – Lesson 28 – Coffee Break Spanish
Globalization and health
Key economic concepts
Intermediate Economic Analysis: teaching syllabus
TALAT Lecture 2502: Material Aspects of Fire Design
Shear bands in stressed polycarbonate
BBC In Depth: Hurricane Katrina
Marginal Analysis and Programme Budgeting
European Economic Issues: syllabus
TALAT Lecture 2204: Design Philosophy