Hlt32512 Certificate Iii In Health Services Assistance – 1 This course aims to provide students with relevant technical, vocational and interpersonal skills suitable for employment and further education in the automotive industry. The qualification is recognized as an entry-level qualification for employment in the automotive industry and provides opportunities to:- Apply knowledge and understanding of WHS requirements, environmental regulations and general automotive industry operations. industrial tools and equipment Provide services in maintenance and servicing of car engines and bodywork components. Provide car cleaning and detailing services Clean and maintain car tools, equipment and garage environment Work independently and in a team. 2 Provisional units and 2 HSC units Students taking the 360 hour course can gain a Certificate II in Automotive Service Technology AUR512 – this course is only available to SBT students. (minimum 35 hours per year) School-based trainees will have the opportunity to take a Certificate II in Automotive Service Technology which provides a pathway to Stage 2 Automotive Traineeship. ) – SCCVC Blue Overalls and steel-topped boots (available from Burwood Disposal Store) – Safety kit which must include safety goggles, hearing protection and a dust mask (provided by the College) There are no exceptions. This course provides credit transfer to Certificate III qualifications in the automotive industry. Possible job roles include: mechanic, car detailing and car service personnel ASSESSMENT Holistic assessment is used to assess students against a range of competency elements. A single assessment task can contain a number of competences. Methods used to gather evidence of competence may include: Journals and workplace reports Case studies/simulation exercises Portfolios and research papers Quizzes and oral presentations Tests or exams Finished products Practical demonstration of specific skills/knowledge
2 This course is nationally recognized and is based on the training package (AUR12) Unit code Competence units AQF status HSC status AUR units: 7 core, 5 electives up to 5E(L) up to 2 other electives AUR512 units: 13 cores, 7 electives up to 7 E(L): up to 4 other electives 4 Compulsory, 4 Mech Strm, 85 elective hours where a teacher is qualified HSC Guided hours AURAEA02 Students can obtain a Certificate II in vocational preparation of -Automotive AUR712 Seek best environmental and sustainability practices in an automotive workplace Core Core Compulsory 15 AURASA02 Apply safe work practices in an automotive workplace Core Core Compulsory 15 AURAFA03 Communicate effectively in an automotive workplace Core AURTTK02 Use and maintain workplace tools and equipment Core AURLTA1001 Apply the fundamentals of the automotive mechanical system Core AURTTE04 e-motors Core AURETR1003 Apply the fundamentals of the car’s electrical system zi Core AURAFA04 Solve routine problems in a car workplace Core AURATA01 Identify the founder nth car fault using troubleshooting processes E(L) Core E E E Mandatory Mechanical Current Mechanical Current Mechanical Current Mechanical Current M * e Core M* 15 AURAFA01 Use numbers in car workplace( L) E 5 AURAFA02 Read in car workplace e E(L) E 5 AURTTA04 Perform maintenance operations E(L ) Core E 15 AURTTA1003 Use and maintain basic measuring devices E(L) e E 10 AURLTJ03 Remove, inspect and fit light vehicle wheel assemblies E(L) E( L) E 15 AURTTA5 Select and use bearings, seals, gaskets , sealants and adhesives E(L) E(L) E 15 AURETR15 Inspect and service batteries E(L) Core E 5 AURTTC01 Inspect and service refrigeration systems e Core E 10 Total tutoring hours: 250 Specialization studies only available to school-based traineeship students Students can obtain a Certificate II in Technologies of Automotive Services (AUR152) AURETR12 Test and repair basic electrical circuits e E(L) E 25 AURETR3025 Test, service and replace batteries E(L) ) S BAT 10 AURTTB01 Inspect and maintain ld systems for brakes Core SBAT AURTTD02 Inspect and service steering systems Core SBAT 15 AURTTD04 Inspect and maintain suspension systems Core SBAT 15 AURTTQ01 Driveline final service assembly Core E 10 AURTTQ03 Driveline final service Indicative total number of hours E 10: 355 Students assessed as competent for some competency units, but not all will be eligible for a Statement of Achievement.
Hlt32512 Certificate Iii In Health Services Assistance
3 This course aims to provide students with the basic knowledge and skills needed to provide unique and complex beauty services to clients on a one-to-one basis, safely and effectively. The qualification is recognized as an entry-level qualification for employment in the beauty industry and provides opportunities to:- Apply knowledge and understanding of WHS and hygiene requirements Use a range of standard tools and equipment from the beauty industry Provide services to customers receive customers, make agreements and handle customer inquiries Prepare clients for treatment and cleaning Prepare and assist with make-up application and treatment Clean and maintain salon premises and equipment Work independently and in a team. VET Board approved course 2 years 2 Prelims units and 2 HSC units Students taking the 360 hour course can gain a Certificate II in Retail Makeup and Skincare SIB110. Students who complete the 240 hour course can obtain a statement of achievement towards a Certificate II in Retail Make-up and Skin Care Mandatory 70 hours (minimum 35 hours per year) SBAT traineeship based at the school is possible. Admission requirements Exclusions Career path There are no prerequisites for admission to this course Students who take the beauty course (240 guided hours) are not allowed to take courses from the Retail Services Curriculum Framework This course provides credits for Certificate III and Certificate IV qualifications in beauty. Possible job role paths include: Make-up Artist, Beauty Therapist, Salon Assistant and Beauty Receptionist ASSESSMENT Holistic assessment is used to assess students against a range of competency elements. A single assessment task can contain a number of competences. Methods used to gather evidence of competence may include: Journals and workplace reports Case studies/simulation exercises Portfolios and research papers Quizzes and oral presentations Tests or exams Finished products Practical demonstration of specific skills/knowledge
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4 This course is nationally recognized and is based on the Training package (SIB10). Unit code Competence units AQF Status HSC Status HSC Hours 10 core units, 5 optional units (3 listed) 2 Compulsory 5 Indicative hours Students can obtain a statement of achievement towards a certificate II in Sales Make-up and skin care SIB110. SIBBFAS1A Display skin care product retail Core 25 SIBXCCS1A Conduct financial transactions Core SIRXCLM001A Organize and maintain work areas Core 10 SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace Core 15 SIBXFAS1A Design and apply makeup Core 40 SIRXCLM001A Rechan Work environment Core 001A Work environment Mandatory work environment S001A exercise Mandatory 15 XRSIRPK002A Anbefal, hair beauty and cosmetic products and services Core 25 SIRXSLS001A Sell products and services Core 15 SIBXCCS2A SIBBRES1A Provide customer service Research and use information about the beauty industry. Electives listed Electives listed: 252CCRESFA2A Study time 252CCRESFA2A Total StudyX indicative2A Students a certificate II in retail makeup and skin care SIB110 Design and apply makeup for photography Listed 40 electives SIBBFAS302A Provide lash and brow treatments 15 SI BBNLS2A Provide manicure and pedicure services 30 SIBBCCCS302A Advice on beauty services 3 0 Total guided hours: 115 Students assessed as competent for some competence units, but not all will be eligible for a statement of achievement.
5 This course aims to provide students with the basic knowledge and skills needed to help a business or organization function and connect with customers and society. The qualification is recognized as an entry level qualification for employment in the Business Services Industry and provides opportunities to:- Apply knowledge and understanding of WHS requirements Use a range of equipment and business/office technology Maintain and update information and file systems, both electronic. and physically Answer telephones and direct inquiries to appropriate personnel Provide customer service receive customers, make appointments and handle customer inquiries Organize work plans to achieve results Work independently and in teams Course Work Course Type Unit Length Value Qualification Workplace SBAT Admission requirements Exclusions Career path, with optional Specialization of 180 hours . VET Board developed course 2 years 2 Preliminary units and 2 HSC units 3 HSC units Business Specialization to achieve Certificate III Business BSB30115 Students who complete the 240 hour course can gain a Certificate II in Tan Services – Business BSB115. Students who complete 180 hours of specialization courses can gain a Certificate III Business BSB30115 Compulsory 70 hours (minimum 35 hours per year) Specialization students must complete a further 49 hours of placement work in the HSC year School-based trainees will have the opportunity to undertake a Certificate II or Certificate III traineeship in the business services industry There are no prerequisites for entering this course. Certificate II and III are taken at the same time in the HSC year There are no exceptions for this course This course provides
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