Hlt32512 Certificate Iii In Health Services Assistance – 1 The aim of the course is to provide students with technical, professional and interpersonal skills suitable for work and continuing education in the automotive industry. The degree is recognized as a basic qualification for employment in the automotive industry, and it offers the opportunity to: – Use various standard car troubleshooting methods in accordance with WHS requirements, environmental regulations and general automotive industry functions, industry tools and equipment Engine Provides repair and maintenance services for vehicle engines and body components. Provide car cleaning and detailing services Clean and maintain automotive tools, equipment and garage environments Work independently and in groups Course hours Course type Duration Unit Price Qualification Work placement SBAT Exclusion of special needs Career path, optional 1 hour Specialization Vocational Education Board Developed curriculum 2 years 2 units introductory and 2 units HSC students can obtain a Certificate II in Automotive Service Technology AUR512 360 hours course – this course is for SBT students only Students who complete the 240 hours course can obtain a Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Training AUR712 hours. (minimum 35 hours per year) Apprentices working at the school have the opportunity to complete the Automotive Service Technician Certificate II which provides a pathway to Stage 2 Automotive Apprentices – who have completed their work safely in the construction industry (white card) – SCCVC Blue Overalls and Steel Capped Boots (available from Burwood Disposal Store) – safety kit , which includes goggles, hearing protection and a dust mask (supplied by the college) No exceptions This course offers credit transfer to a possible certificate Automotive III degrees. Duties include: mechanics, car detailers and car maintenance staff. Assessment is used to evaluate students in relation to the elements of overall assessment competence. An assessment task can include several competencies. Methods used to collect qualifications may include: workplace diaries and reports case studies/simulations exercises portfolios and research assignments oral questions and presentations tests or exams finished products demonstration of practical skills/knowledge.
2 This course is nationally recognized and based on the Education Package (AUR12) Unit code Qualification AQF status HSC status AUR units: 7 cores, up to 5 E(L) 2 other elective AUR512 units: 13 cores, up to 7 E(L) 4 Other Electives: 4 Compulsory, 4 Mech Strm, 85 hours Electives where the teacher is qualified HSC Hour meter AURAEA02 Students can get a Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation AUR712 Apply for excellent environmental and compatibility. In practice Automotive Workplace Core Core Compulsory 15 AURASA02 Use safe working methods in the automotive workplace Core Core Compulsory 15 AURAFA03 Communicate effectively Automotive Workplace Core AURTTK02 Use and maintain workplace power tools and equipment Automotive system AAUTEURL1 Core01 Core01 Core01001 Core basics Core AURAFA04 Solve routine problems in the automotive workplace Core AURATA01 Identify basic faults in automotive methods Troubleshooting with E(L) Core E E E Mandatory mechanical flow Mechanical flow Mechanical flow Mechanical flow M*e Core M*15 AURAFA01 At the car workplace Job numbers E(L) E 5 AURTTA04 Perform maintenance procedures E(L) Core E 15 AURTTA1003 Use and repair basic measuring devices E( L) e E 10 AURLTJ03 Remove, inspect and replace light vehicle wheel assemblies Install E(L) E( L) E 15 AURTTA5 Select and use bearings, seals, gaskets, seals and adhesives E(L) E(L) E 15 AURETR15 Check and service batteries E(L) Core E 5 AURTTC01 Check and maintain cooling systems e Core E 10 Total indicator Number of hours: 250 Specialization studies Only for internship students in schools Students can get a certificate II in car maintenance technology (AUR152) AURETR12 Testing and repair of basic electrical circuits e E(L) E 25 AURETR3025 Testing, maintenance and replacement of batteries. ) S BAT 10 AURTTB01 Inspection and Service Brake System Core Sbat Aurttd02 Inspection and Service Steering System SID SBAT 15 AURTTD04 Inspection and Service Suspension System SIBAT 15 AURTTQ01 Service Drive Drive Assembly Core E 10 Aurttq010 Drive Drive Drive 355 Students are able to some units As such assessed competence is valid for the achievement certificate.
Hlt32512 Certificate Iii In Health Services Assistance
3 The aim of this course is to provide students with the basic knowledge and basic skills needed to provide unique and complex beauty services to clients individually, safely and efficiently. The degree is recognized as an entry-level qualification for work in the beauty industry and offers the ability to: – apply knowledge and understanding of WHS and hygiene requirements, use a variety of standard beauty industry tools and equipment provide customer service receive customers, book appointments and Handle customer inquiries Prepare customers for treatments and cleaning Prepare and assist with make-up and in the distribution of treatments Cleaning and maintenance of salon facilities and equipment Working independently and in groups Course hours Course type Duration Unit Price Qualification On-the-job training, optional 1-hour specialization e.g. VET Board approved course 2 years 2 units Pre-Education and 2 units HSC Students can obtain a Certificate II in Retail Makeup and Skin Care SIB110 by completing a 360 hour course. Students who complete the mandatory 70 hours (minimum 35 hours per year) of a 240-hour retail makeup and skin care course are eligible to become SBAT school interns. Admission requirements Exclusion Career path Admission to this course is not required. Students taking the beauty course (240 indicator hours) may not take courses from the Retail Services Course Framework. This course offers credit transfer for Certificate III and Certificate IV qualifications. in beauty. Possible career paths include: makeup artist, beauty therapist, salon assistant and beauty receptionist. The assessment is used to evaluate students based on the competency components of the general assessment. An assessment task can include several competencies. Methods used to collect qualifications may include: workplace diaries and reports case studies/simulations exercises portfolios and research assignments oral questions and presentations tests or exams finished products demonstration of practical skills/knowledge.
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4 The course is nationally recognized and is based on the training package (SIB10). Qualification Unit Code Units AQF Status HSC Status HSC Hours 10 Core Units, 5 Elective Units (3 listed) 2 Compulsory 5 Hour Indicators Students may receive a statement of achievement to achieve Certificate II SIB110 in Retail Makeup and Skin Care. SIBBFAS1A Display retail skin care products Core 25 SIBXCCS1A Perform financial transactions Core SIRXCLM001A Organize and maintain work areas Core 10 SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace Core 15 SIBXFAS1A Design and implement effective cosmetic environments SIRXOHS015comedA SIRXOHS015comedA Implement2015comeds. products and services Core 25 SIRXSLS001A Sell products and services Core 15 SIBXCCS2A SIBBRES1A Provide information to customers Provide services. Specialization studies Students can obtain a certificate II in retail makeup and skin care SIB110 Design and apply makeup for the listed 40 photography electives SIBBFAS302A Provide eyelash and eyebrow treatments 15 SIBBNLS2A Provide manicure and pedicure services 30 SIB23 Beauty services. 0 Total indicator hours: 115 Students who have been assessed as competent in some, but not all competence units, are entitled to the Achievement Report.
5 The aim of this course is to give students the basic knowledge and basic skills needed to operate a company or organization and communicate with its customers and community. The degree is recognized as a basic qualification for employment in the professional services industry and offers the opportunity to: – apply knowledge and understanding of WHS requirements, use various business/office equipment and technology, maintain and update information and file systems, as well as electronic. . and provide customer service by physically answering the phones and directing inquiries to the appropriate personnel Receive customers, schedule appointments and handle customer inquiries Organize work schedules to achieve deliverables Work independently and in groups COURSE HOURS COURSE TYPE DURATION UNIT VALUE QUALIFICATION WORK PERFORMANCE SBAT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS, careers to follow. with an optional 180-hour specialization. Course developed by the VET Board 2 years 2 units Pre-qualification and 2 units HSC 3 units HSC Business Specialization Certificate III Business BSB30115 to achieve Certificate III Business BSB30115 Students completing the 240 hour course can achieve Certificate II in Business Services BSB115. Specialization Students completing the 180-hour course can achieve the Certificate III Business BSB30115 compulsory 70 hours (minimum 35 hours per year) Specialization students must complete a further 49 hours of work placement in their HSC year School-based trainees have the option to complete Certificate II. or Certificate III training in the business services sector There are no prerequisites for admission to the course. Certificates II and III are completed simultaneously in the HSC year. The course offered by this course is not excluded