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STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE - COURSE
Course qualification and name:Statement of Attainment in Skills for Work and Training Course Number:9069Version:4 Course Outcomes: This course provides a pathway to work, community participation, and further education and training (eg. Year 10 equivalent CGVE, Certificate III in Employment, Education and Training, and training package qualifications, including entry to apprenticeships). It may also be contextualised for overseas qualified professionals seeking development or consolidation of employability skills in English within a vocational context. Learners will develop a core of employability skills. In addition, depending on elective units of competency chosen, learners may also achieve one or more of the following outcomes: * enhance job opportunities and employment pathways * develop communication skills for accessing and maintaining employment * enhance community participation * contribute effectively to a diverse society * identify RPL opportunities for work and life experiences * gain skills to retrain or enter the workforce with vocational competencies at AQF level 2 * provide articulation into further education and training at AQF levels 2 and 3 * develop team skills while working with people in a group, in a multicultural context and using written and spoken skills * identify realistic education/employment options and appropriate educational pathways * develop employability and vocational skills and relevant experience to achieve chosen options and develop self confidence * identify further education and training pathways in a variety of education areas. The structure of this course enables customisation for delivery to specific target groups and can be locally 'badged' and marketed to one or more identified groups eg Aboriginal people, mature aged workers, people with language background other than English (LBOTE), people seeking career change or skills enhancement, people seeking paid or unpaid work, people with disability, second chance learners, women, Youth at Risk. The course structure includes: * units of competency addressing the full range of employability skills based on TAFE NSW developed units from the AEET Framework. These units of competency can be identified by a TAFE NSW code with the prefix NSWT. The units of competency can be contextualised to meet the needs of learners. Units of competency at levels 1 and 3 have been included for bridging and enhancement of skills where required in delivery * units of competency relating to employability skills from current training package qualifications. These units of competency can be identified by their Training Package code * vocational units of competency from current training package qualifications, to help learners achieve course outcomes.
What you must do to complete the course: The course structure below shows what you must do to complete this course. units/modules are arranged in groups and sometimes also in subgroups. The
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This course consists of five groups.Students requiring support to meet their learning goals will need to co-enrol in the Learner Support Course (9999). units of competency. These may be chosen from groups 1. 4. Group 3 contains bridging. TAFE NSW AEET FRAMEWORK Level 1. These subgroups indicate clusters of units of competency that are appropriate for integrated and/or project based delivery with one or more units of competency from Groups 1 and 2. 5 Group 1 ELECTIVE AEET FRAMEWORK LEVEL 2 EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 1 subgroup must be completed At least 50 hours of module/units must be completed Subgroup 1 COMMUNICATION AND TEAM SKILLS At least 1 module/unit must be completed (C) NSW TAFE Commission 05-May-2010 2 . The first four subgroups develop National Employability Skills and the fifth subgroup develops TAFE NSW AEET Framework Employability Skills . at least 75 hours of elective units of competency must be achieved.TAFE NSW AEET FRAMEWORK Level 3. units of competency. Learner support .Initiative and Enterprise. 2. 3. 2. Units of competency from this group may count towards course completion.COURSE You must complete each group as specified as well as following the course completion instructions. At the top of any group containing optional subgroups there will be a statement saying how many you must do.NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE . Group 5 contains vocational units of competency from Training Packages.Apply First Aid. At least 50 hours of units of competency must be achieved from one subgroup or a combination of subgroups from this group. Learners who wish to achieve the NSW WorkCover approved Senior First Aid Certificate need to enrol in HLTFA301B . Personal Safety and Security and Sustainability. Overall. Group 2 contains TAFE NSW AEET FRAMEWORK content/specialist elective units of competency. If a course contains optional groups there will be a statement at the top of the course indicating how many you must do. 4. Group 1 contains five subgroups of units of competency clustered into groups of Employability Skills. clustered into a number of subgroups. or 5. Group 4 contains enrichment. with at least 50 hours coming from Group 1 and the remaining minimum of 25 hours coming from Groups 1. Course Elective Completion: At least 75 hours of elective module/units must be completed. or for stand alone vocational study of one or more units. Units of competency from this group can count towards course completion. 3. Units of competency from this group may count towards course completion. Units of competency from this group may count towards course completion.
COURSE NSW Module/Unit BSBCMM201A BSBCUS201A CUECOR02B NSWTCOM201A NSWTCOM202A NSWTCOM205B NSWTCOM206B NSWTCOM207B NSWTCOM211B NSWTCOM212B NSWTCOM213B NSWTCOM214B NSWTESL209A NSWTESL210A NSWTESL211A NSWTESL212A NSWTESL213A NSWTESL214A NSWTESL215A NSWTESL216A NSWTESL217A NSWTLSG201B NSWTRDG201B NSWTSPG201B NSWTSPG202B NSWTSPG203B NSWTSPG204B NSWTSPG302B NSWTTMW201B NSWTWTG201B NSWTWTG202B Module/Unit Name Communicate in the workplace Deliver a service to customers Work with others Prepare and orally deliver stories for a purpose Document and communicate personal and community Plan and participate in a team presentation Record routine written information Demonstrate interpersonal communication skills Use strategies to transform personal conflict Use intercultural communication skills Use negotiation skills in routine contexts Communicate with customers in a range of contexts Use a limited range of English language speaking skills relevant to a specific vocational area Use a limited range of English language listening skills relevant to a specific vocational area Use a limited range of English language reading skills relevant to a specific vocational area Use a limited range of English language writing skills relevant to a specific vocational area Identify a variety of English pronunciation features Use English to participate in workplace spoken Listen and respond to English texts in the workplace Read and respond to English texts in the workplace Use English to write workplace texts Listen and respond in a range of contexts Read and respond to routine texts Speak effectively in a range of contexts Give and respond to instructions in a range of contexts Deliver an informal presentation Communicate cultural diversity through stories Give complex instructions Participate in a team Write routine work related texts Communicate information using visual techniques Nominal Hours 20 30 24 30 40 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 40 54 54 54 54 20 20 20 20 20 30 20 20 20 20 Subgroup 2 PROBLEM SOLVING AND SELF MANAGEMENT SKILLS At least 1 module/unit must be completed NSW Module/Unit BSBOHS201A NSWTCOM208B NSWTCOM210B NSWTSFM101B NSWTSFM111B NSWTSFM201B NSWTSFM202B NSWTSFM203B NSWTSFM206B NSWTSFM207B NSWTSFM208B Module/Unit Name Participate in OHS processes Organise and complete a job application and interview Analyse different views/attitudes/perspectives presented in the media Use effective personal presentation skills Prepare for skills recognition Use self advocacy skills Participate in work experience Evaluate work experience Devise strategies for living in Australia Evaluate strategies for living in Australia Identify strategies to build self esteem and personal effectiveness Nominal Hours 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 20 20 20 20 (C) NSW TAFE Commission 05-May-2010 3 .NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE .
COURSE Subgroup 3 PLANNING and ORGANISING AND LEARNING SKILLS At least 1 module/unit must be completed NSW Module/Unit BSBWOR202A NSWTCOM204A NSWTCOM209B NSWTLRN201B NSWTLRN202B NSWTLRN203B NSWTLRN204B NSWTPLG201B NSWTPLG202B NSWTPLG203B NSWTPLG204B Module/Unit Name Organise and complete daily work activities Research Aboriginal people and the media Conduct a simple project Develop and implement plan for education and Devise strategies for own learning Interpret information for study purposes Use research and revision skills Source and organise information for a purpose Participate effectively in an informal meeting Identify work placement opportunities in industry and the community Investigate work and training practices in industry and the community Nominal Hours 20 25 25 20 6 10 10 20 20 20 30 Subgroup 4 TECHNOLOGY SKILLS AND INITIATIVE and ENTERPRISE SKILLS At least 1 module/unit must be completed NSW Module/Unit BSBINN201A NSWTINT201B NSWTINT202B NSWTINT203B NSWTTCH201B NSWTTCH202B NSWTTCH203B Module/Unit Name Contribute to workplace innovation Provide leadership in routine contexts Work with a mentor Identify workplace rights and responsibilities Read and respond to text in digital and online contexts Communicate using emerging technologies Use emerging technology to search and apply for a job Nominal Hours 35 20 30 20 20 20 20 Subgroup 5 AEET FRAMEWORK DEVELOPED EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS At least 1 module/unit must be completed NSW Module/Unit NSWTCOM203A NSWTETH201B NSWTETH202B NSWTETH204A NSWTPSS201B NSWTSUS115A NSWTSUS201B NSWTSUS202B NSWTSUS203B Module/Unit Name Demonstrate awareness of cultural protocols for communicating with an Aboriginal community Operate in a diverse study environment Access support services in a diverse study environment Identify ethical issues in the workplace Maintain personal safety and security Investigate environmentally sustainable practices in a range of contexts Engage with a socially diverse environment in a range of diverse contexts Investigate the principles of ecosystems and sustainability Investigate community action to contribute to Nominal Hours 25 10 10 20 20 10 20 25 20 Group 2 AEET FRAMEWORK CONTENT/SPECIALIST UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit NSWTABL101B NSWTABL201B NSWTABL202B NSWTABL301B Module/Unit Name Provide information on Aboriginal cultural values Investigate Aboriginal issues Apply general understanding of Aboriginal cultures and communities Apply strategies to assert own Aboriginal identity Nominal Hours 30 30 36 36 (C) NSW TAFE Commission 05-May-2010 4 .NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE .
NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE .COURSE NSW Module/Unit NSWTDTY103B NSWTEGL201B NSWTEGL202B NSWTEGL205B NSWTEMP301A NSWTHMN201B NSWTHMN202B NSWTHMN210B NSWTHMN211B NSWTHMN212B NSWTHMN213B NSWTLNG213B NSWTLNG214B NSWTLNG215B NSWTMTH201B NSWTMTH202B NSWTMTH204B NSWTMTH209B NSWTMTH211B NSWTSCN101B NSWTSCN201B NSWTSCN203B NSWTSCN208B NSWTSCN209B NSWTSCN210B NSWTWMN201B Module/Unit Name Access adaptive technology Write personal texts in literary forms Conduct a simple investigation Report on an extended investigation Prepare for the enrolled nursing entrance test Identify own role as member of a community Plan to participate in a local community Apply consumer information Investigate employment and business issues in Australia Investigate the role of the legal system in Australia Investigate the political process in Australia Use basic signed English to participate in a limited range of everyday exchanges Use signed English to participate in routine information exchanges Prepare for engagement with deaf or hearing impaired Use rational number skills Solve basic measurement problems Use data handling in a range of contexts Manage everyday financial decisions Apply a range of mathematical problem solving strategies Work safely in a science learning environment Investigate the science of matter and electricity Investigate scientific aspects of occupational health Investigate the science of reproduction and reproductive Investigate and report on a science issue in the media Investigate and report on the suitability of household Examine and report on the changing role of women Nominal Hours 30 18 18 18 30 18 36 36 18 18 18 48 36 24 18 18 9 36 18 4 18 18 18 18 18 40 Group 3 AEET FRAMEWORK LEVEL 1 UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit BSBCMM101A BSBLED101A BSBOHS201A BSBWOR202A NSWTABL102B NSWTABL103B NSWTCOM101B NSWTCOM102B NSWTCOM103B NSWTCOM106B NSWTCOM111B NSWTCOM114B NSWTDTY101B NSWTDTY102B NSWTHMN101B NSWTINT101B NSWTINT102B NSWTINT103B NSWTINT105B NSWTLRN102B NSWTLRN103B NSWTLRN104B Module/Unit Name Apply basic communication skills Plan skills development Participate in OHS processes Organise and complete daily work activities Investigate local Aboriginal community issues Present information on the impact of invasion and colonisation of Australia Participate in small informal group discussions Communicate orally with others about routine matters Investigate forms of communication media Use basic information literacy Respond to signs and sources of conflict in everyday Communicate with customers about simple routine Identify own adaptive technology needs Plan to use adaptive technology Apply basic historical methods Identify features and sources of effective leadership Identify job opportunities Develop a basic awareness of workplace practices Support children in early literacy and numeracy Formulate an initial learning plan Identify key areas for study purposes Identify link between current study and broader learning Nominal Hours 20 20 20 20 36 36 20 20 30 20 20 20 10 18 40 20 20 20 20 20 10 20 (C) NSW TAFE Commission 05-May-2010 5 .
organise and record information Organise a meeting Plan a short project Review a short project Carry out a short project Set realistic personal goals Plan for education and employment Apply safety awareness and literacy skills for driving Respond to common accidents Apply basic critical literacy skills Read and interpret a range of familiar texts Read and respond to short personally relevant texts Prepare and write job application documents Prepare for an interview Review education and training outcomes Identify job opportunities and training pathways Identify essential options for living in Australia Identify common issues related to living in Australia Access community service providers Speak clearly in everyday contexts Give and respond to instructions in everyday contexts Engage with a socially diverse environment in everyday contexts Develop literacy using technology Apply skills to use emerging technology Use everyday technology Prepare to access the Internet Prepare for word processing Prepare to use email Plan strategies to access work and education for women Identify factors which impact on the lives of women Apply basic spelling strategies Write for creative purposes in a familiar context Write texts to convey information in everyday contexts Nominal Hours 20 20 20 20 40 40 20 40 40 18 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 40 40 40 20 20 4 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 25 25 25 36 20 30 40 40 Group 4 AEET FRAMEWORK LEVEL 3 UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit BSBDIV301A BSBWRT301A NSWTABL302B Module/Unit Name Work effectively with diversity Write simple documents Apply personal strategies to identify and address racist behaviour Nominal Hours 20 30 36 (C) NSW TAFE Commission 05-May-2010 6 .NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE .COURSE NSW Module/Unit NSWTLRN104B NSWTLRN105B NSWTLRN107B NSWTLSG101B NSWTNMY109B NSWTNMY110B NSWTNMY112B NSWTNMY113B NSWTNMY114B NSWTNMY115B NSWTNMY116B NSWTPBL101B NSWTPLG101B NSWTPLG102B NSWTPLG103B NSWTPLG104B NSWTPLG105B NSWTPLG106B NSWTPLG107A NSWTPSS102B NSWTPSS103B NSWTRDG104B NSWTRDG105B NSWTRDG106B NSWTSFM102B NSWTSFM103B NSWTSFM104B NSWTSFM105B NSWTSFM106B NSWTSFM107B NSWTSFM110B NSWTSPG101B NSWTSPG102B NSWTSUS101B NSWTTCH101B NSWTTCH102B NSWTTCH103B NSWTTCH104B NSWTTCH106B NSWTTCH107B NSWTWMN101B NSWTWMN102B NSWTWTG102B NSWTWTG106B NSWTWTG108B Module/Unit Name environment Apply learning strategies at work Participate in the learning environment Listen and respond in everyday contexts Use number skills in familiar and some unfamiliar Use measurement in familiar and some unfamiliar Use data handling in familiar and some unfamiliar Make informed personal financial decisions Manage personal financial aspects of work Use a basic calculator Apply a limited range of mathematical problem solving strategies Use basic problem solving strategies Gather.
NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE . Apply appropriate protocols to research practice Write non-routine texts Demonstrate inclusive communication skills Conduct a routine interview Interpret media representations of contemporary issues and people Apply knowledge of conflict resolution Apply negotiation skills in non-routine contexts Communicate to deliver quality customer service Identify and apply features of English grammar Facilitate non-violence and conflict resolution Apply language and learning skills Research issues and concerns relevant to people with Plan for effective interaction with people with disability Provide information on reasonable adjustment and inclusive practice Plan actions to enhance provisions for people with Provide leadership in structured contexts Mentor individuals or groups Respond effectively to change Draw conclusions from information for study purposes Evaluate algebraic expressions and solve equations Expand simplify and factorise algebraic expressions Use Pythagoras' Theorem and trigonometry to solve practical problems Use coordinate geometry to investigate graphs Use technology to solve mathematical problems Use a range of problem solving strategies and report on mathematical investigations Work with a numeracy learner Research information for a purpose Develop and implement a project Use conventional procedures to plan and conduct a Read and respond to non-routine texts Prepare and deliver a formal presentation Develop a personal action plan for environmental Apply team participation skills Write complex non-routine work related texts Nominal Hours 25 25 20 20 25 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 30 20 72 30 10 20 40 20 30 20 10 18 18 18 18 18 18 5 20 25 20 20 20 20 20 20 Group 5 VOCATIONAL UNITS You may choose electives from this group Subgroup 1 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit BSBADM101A BSBFIA303A BSBIND201A BSBINM201A Module/Unit Name Use business equipment and resources Process accounts payable and receivable Work effectively in a business environment Process and maintain workplace information Nominal Hours 15 60 20 30 (C) NSW TAFE Commission 05-May-2010 7 .COURSE NSW Module/Unit NSWTCOM301B NSWTCOM302A NSWTCOM303A NSWTCOM304A NSWTCOM305A NSWTCOM306B NSWTCOM307B NSWTCOM309B NSWTCOM310B NSWTCOM311B NSWTCOM313B NSWTCOM314B NSWTCOM316B NSWTCOM416A NSWTEGL301B NSWTETH303B NSWTETH304B NSWTETH305B NSWTETH306B NSWTINT301B NSWTINT302B NSWTINT303B NSWTLRN301B NSWTMTH301B NSWTMTH302B NSWTMTH303B NSWTMTH304B NSWTMTH305B NSWTMTH306B NSWTNMY302B NSWTPLG301B NSWTPLG302B NSWTPLG303B NSWTRDG301B NSWTSPG303B NSWTSUS302B NSWTTMW301B NSWTWTG301B Module/Unit Name Develop communication skills for the media Research the Aboriginal Media Industry Analyse media representations of Aboriginal people Consult with an Aboriginal community to develop a product or service.
COURSE NSW Module/Unit BSBITU102A BSBITU201A BSBITU202A BSBITU302A BSBOHS201A BSBSMB301A BSBWOR204A Module/Unit Name Develop keyboard skills Produce simple word processed documents Create and use spreadsheets Create electronic presentations Participate in OHS processes Investigate micro business opportunities Use business technology Nominal Hours 30 40 25 20 20 30 20 Subgroup 2 BEAUTY UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit SIRXOHS001A SIRXSLS001A WRBBS201B WRBCS203B WRBCS204A Module/Unit Name Apply safe working practices Sell products and services Provide manicure and pedicare services Provide service to clients Apply knowledge of nail science to nail services Nominal Hours 15 20 30 30 15 Subgroup 3 CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit CHCCN301A CHCCN302A CHCCN303A CHCCOM201C CHCCS211A CHCORG201A CHCORG202C HLTFA301B HLTOHS200A Module/Unit Name Ensure children's health and safety Provide care for children Contribute to provision of nutritionally balanced food in a safe and hygienic manner Communicate with people accessing the services of the organisation Prepare for work in the community sector Follow policies. procedures and programs of the Work with others Apply first aid Participate in OHS processes Nominal Hours 40 38 22 20 30 15 18 15 20 Subgroup 4 VISUAL ARTS AND CONTEMPORARY CRAFT UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit CUVCOR02B CUVCOR07B CUVVSP14B CUVVSP34B CUVVSP44B CUVVSP50B LMTCL2001B LMTCL2003B LMTFD2001B LMTGN2001B Module/Unit Name Develop and articulate concept for own work Use drawing techniques to represent the object or idea Apply techniques to produce drawings Apply techniques to produce paintings Apply techniques to produce prints Apply techniques to produce sculpture Use a sewing machine Identify fibres and fabrics Design and produce a simple garment Follow defined OHS policies and procedures Nominal Hours 18 36 36 36 36 36 12 18 36 18 (C) NSW TAFE Commission 05-May-2010 8 .NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE .
NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE .COURSE Subgroup 5 HORTICULTURE UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit RTC2012A RTC2016A RTC2026A RTF2013A Module/Unit Name Plant trees and shrubs Recognise plants Undertake propagation activities Pot-on plants Nominal Hours 20 20 20 20 Subgroup 6 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit ICAD2012B ICAU1128B ICAU1130B ICAU1132B ICAU1133C ICAU2005B ICAU2231B ICPMM263B ICPMM321B Module/Unit Name Design organisational documents using computing Operate a personal computer Operate a spreadsheet application Operate a presentation package Send and retrieve information using web browsers and Operate computer hardware Use computer operating system Access and use the Internet Capture a digital image Nominal Hours 35 15 15 15 15 25 20 20 50 Subgroup 7 DESKTOP PUBLISHING UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit ICPMM321B ICPPP224B ICPPP225B Module/Unit Name Capture a digital image Produce pages using a page layout application Produce graphics using a graphics application Nominal Hours 50 30 40 Subgroup 8 AUTOMOTIVE UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit 9001B AURC172003A AURC270103A AURE218670A AURP201570A AURT100064A AURT270278A AURV231649A Module/Unit Name Automotive Project 2 Identify environmental regulations and best practice in a workplace or business Apply safe working practices Service. maintain or replace batteries Service engines and associated engine components (outdoor power equipment) Remove and tag engine system components Use and maintain workplace tooling and equipment Prepare vehicle/component/equipment for customer use Nominal Hours 24 4 12 4 24 18 30 24 Subgroup 9 ABORIGINAL ARTS UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit Module/Unit Name Nominal Hours (C) NSW TAFE Commission 05-May-2010 9 .
COURSE NSW Module/Unit CUVCOR02B CUVCOR07B CUVPRP02B CUVVSP14B CUVVSP34B Module/Unit Name Develop and articulate concept for own work Use drawing techniques to represent the object or idea Develop understanding of own Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander identity Apply techniques to produce drawings Apply techniques to produce paintings Nominal Hours 18 36 36 36 36 Subgroup 10 DESIGN UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit BSBDES301A BSBDES302A CUVCOR08B CUVDES04B ICAU2006C Module/Unit Name Explore the use of colour Explore and apply the creative design process to 2D Produce drawings to represent and communicate the Integrate colour theory and design processes in response to a brief Operate computing packages Nominal Hours 40 55 27 40 40 Subgroup 11 COMMUNITY RECREATION UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit BSBCMN102A BSBIND201A BSBWOR203A SRCCAP002A SRCCAP005A SRCCRO002B SRFFIT006B SRSOGP002A SRSSPT001A SRXCAI001B SRXCAI002B SRXEMR001A SRXINU001A Module/Unit Name Complete daily work activities Work effectively in a business environment Work effectively with others Promote the benefits of healthy eating to participants Perform warm-up stretching and cool-down techniques before and after participation in an activity Respond to clients at risk Use and maintain core fitness industry equipment Apply rules and regulations to conduct games and Implement injury prevention and apply basic sports first Assist in preparing sport and recreation sessions for Assist in conducting sport and recreation sessions for participants Respond to emergency situations Develop knowledge of the sport and recreation industry Nominal Hours 15 20 15 5 10 5 10 15 12 10 20 20 12 Subgroup 12 CONSTRUCTION AND TILING UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit CPCCCA2002A CPCCCM1001A CPCCCM1005A CPCCCM2001A CPCCCM2004A CPCCCM2005A CPCCCM2008A CPCCOHS1001A CPCCVE1001A Module/Unit Name Use carpentry tools and equipment Undertake basic estimation and costing Carry out measurements and calculations Read and interpret plans and specifications Handle construction materials Use construction tools and equipment Erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding Work safely in the construction industry Undertake a basic construction project Nominal Hours 36 36 36 16 40 40 24 6 40 (C) NSW TAFE Commission 05-May-2010 10 .NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE .
COURSE Subgroup 13 LIVE PRODUCTION. safety and security procedures Follow workplace hygiene procedures Nominal Hours 25 5 6 6 55 6 30 20 10 20 Subgroup 16 PAINTING AND DECORATING UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit CPCCCM2001A CPCCOHS2001A CPCCVE1001A Module/Unit Name Read and interpret plans and specifications Apply OHS requirements. policies and procedures in the construction industry Undertake a basic construction project Nominal Hours 16 16 40 Subgroup 17 CONCRETING UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit CPCCCO2001A Module/Unit Name Handle concreting materials Nominal Hours 40 (C) NSW TAFE Commission 05-May-2010 11 . THEATRE AND EVENTS UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit BSBOHS201A CUECOR03B CUSSOU01A Module/Unit Name Participate in OHS processes Provide quality service to customers Move and set up instruments and equipment Nominal Hours 20 27 20 Subgroup 14 TOURISM UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit SITHACS001A SITTIND001A SITXADM001A SITXCOM001A SITXCOM002A SITXCOM004A SITXFIN001A SITXOHS001A Module/Unit Name Provide accommodation reception services Develop and update tourism industry knowledge Perform office procedures Work with colleagues and customers Work in a socially diverse environment Communicate on the telephone Process financial transactions Follow health. safety and security procedures Nominal Hours 30 30 20 20 15 5 15 10 Subgroup 15 HOSPITALITY UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit SITHCCC001A SITHCCC002A SITHCCC003A SITHCCC004A SITHCCC005A SITHCCC007A SITHFAB012A SITXCOM001A SITXOHS001A SITXOHS002A Module/Unit Name Organise and prepare food Present food Receive and store kitchen supplies Clean and maintain kitchen premises Use basic methods of cookery Prepare sandwiches Prepare and serve espresso coffee Work with colleagues and customers Follow health.NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE .
policies and procedures in the construction industry Undertake a basic construction project Nominal Hours 40 24 16 40 Subgroup 18 AGED CARE UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit CHCAC317A CHCAC318A CHCCOM302C CHCICS302A CHCICS303A CHCOHS312A HLTFA301B Module/Unit Name Support older people to maintain their independence Work effectively with older people Communicate appropriately with clients and colleagues Participate in the implementation of individualised plans Support individual health and emotional well being Follow safety procedures for direct care work Apply first aid Nominal Hours 22 40 30 30 40 30 15 Subgroup 19 RETAIL You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit BSBPRO401A SIRXCCS001A SIRXCCS002A SIRXCLM001A SIRXFIN001A SIRXICT001A SIRXINV001A SIRXSLS001A SIRXSLS002A Module/Unit Name Develop product knowledge Apply point-of-sale handling procedures Interact with customers Organise and maintain work areas Balance point-of-sale terminal Operate retail technology Perform stock control procedures Sell products and services Advise on products and services Nominal Hours 20 20 20 10 15 20 20 20 20 Subgroup 20 COMMUNITY SERVICES UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group NSW Module/Unit CHCAOD201D CHCCOM302C CHCCS400A CHCCS412D CHCINF302C CHCOHS312A CHCORG303A HLTHIR403B HLTOHS200A SITHFAB010A Module/Unit Name Prepare for alcohol and other drugs work Communicate appropriately with clients and colleagues Work within a relevant legal and ethical framework Deliver and develop client services Maintain the organisation's information systems Follow safety procedures for direct care work Participate effectively in the work environment Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and coParticipate in OHS processes Prepare and serve non alcoholic beverages Nominal Hours 40 30 40 60 40 30 22 30 20 15 Subgroup 21 OUTDOOR RECREATION UNITS OF COMPETENCY You may choose electives from this group (C) NSW TAFE Commission 05-May-2010 12 .NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE .COURSE NSW Module/Unit CPCCCO2002A CPCCCO2004A CPCCOHS2001A CPCCVE1001A Module/Unit Name Use concreting tools and equipment Carry out concrete work Apply OHS requirements.
3. work and life experiences.NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE .au/courses/about/assessment_guide.htm. In some cases recognition may allow you to complete your course faster.COURSE NSW Module/Unit SROABN001A SROBWG001A SROCLA001A SROCNE001A SRONAV001B SROODR001A SROOPS001B SRXGRO001A Module/Unit Name Demonstrate simple abseiling skills on natural surfaces Demonstrate bushwalking skills in tracked or easy untracked areas Demonstrate simple climbing skills on artificial surfaces Demonstrate simple canoeing skills Navigate in tracked or easy untracked areas Apply basic outdoor recreation logistics Implement minimal environmental impact practices Facilitate a group Nominal Hours 18 36 40 17 36 30 15 15 Requirements to receive the qualification: To achieve the Statement of Attainment in Skills for Work and Training. We call this RECOGNITION. If you want to apply for recognition for any unit/module in your course you should obtain a copy of the Recognition Guide for that unit/module and discuss it with your teacher. Recognition: TAFE recognises the skills and knowledge you have gained through previous studies. 4 or 5 must be achieved.tafensw.edu. More about Assessment For information about assessment in TAFE NSW please see "Every Student's Guide to Assessment in TAFE NSW" which is available on the TAFE NSW website at: http://www. 2. (C) NSW TAFE Commission 05-May-2010 13 . If you are given recognition for a unit/module you do not need to do it. at least 50 hours from Group 1 and an additional minimum of 25 hours from Groups 1.
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