Selection of fire fighting procedures for particular fires Prevention of fires Types, uses and operation of fire fighting and safety equipment Retreat procedures form fire Issues to consider when monitoring fire and site Handover procedures Reporting and recording requirements 2. Explain the implications of not adhering to sequence of activities and operations as described in the specific outcomes and making decisions inappropriate to the task. The assessor will be accredited and have a technical qualification in this learning area.
Information covered in this unit will include the meaning of power quality, the factors that affect it, the problems caused by poor quality of supply, and the steps to improve power quality.
Additionally, energy efficiency at all stages of power generation, transmission, distribution, and utilisation will also be discussed. The discussion will include how to conduct an energy audit, how to detect areas of significant energy loss during the course of the audit, and how to report the findings regarding measures which can improve energy efficiency and their financial viability.
Learning Outcomes On successful completion of this Unit, students are expected to be able to: Explain the basic principles of power quality, causes of poor quality, and their effects. Discuss the methods available for improvement of power quality. Establish a mechanism to monitor power quality in a network, interpret the results, and suggest solutions for improvement.
Identify areas of poor energy efficiency in an operation and possible improvement measures. Establish in quantitative terms — by performing energy efficiency calculations — the actual losses and benefits of efficiency improvement in terms of return on investment. Outline the process for conducting an energy audit of a facility, and reporting the findings.
Fostering personal and professional skills and attributes in order to: Conduct work in a professionally diligent, accountable and ethical manner. Effectively use oral and written communication in personal and professional domains.
Foster applicable creative thinking, critical thinking and problem solving skills. Develop initiative and engagement in lifelong learning and professional development. Enhance collaboration outcomes and performance in dynamic team roles. Effectively plan, organise, self-manage and manage others.
Professionally utilise and manage information.
Enhance technologist literacy and apply contextualised technologist skills. Enhance investigatory and research capabilities in order to: Develop an understanding of systematic, fundamental scientific, mathematic principles, numerical analysis techniques and statistics applicable to technologists.
Access, evaluate and analyse information on technologist processes, procedures, investigations and the discernment of technologist knowledge development.
Foster an in-depth understanding of specialist bodies of knowledge, computer science, engineering design practice and contextual factors applicable to technologists.Contents About this guide 5 Section 1: Meeting VET sector requirements 7 Section 4: Assessment Assessment approach Assessment procedures progress through this unit.
The preliminary pages of the learner guide include useful information. Learning outcomes On completion of this unit a learner should: 1 Be able to produce visual imagery for performance 2 Be able to incorporate visual imagery into productions.
Unit Shampoo and conditioning Unit aims This unit should enable learners to know the effects of shampoo and conditioning and be able to shampoo and condition hair under supervision. Learning outcomes are an essential part of any unit outline. A learning outcome is a clear statement of what a learner is expected to be able to do, know about and/or value.
Learning outcomes and assessment criteria In order to pass this unit, the evidence that the learner presents for assessment needs to demonstrate that they can meet all the learning outcomes for. Unit Title: Introduction to Accounting Guided Learning Hours: Level: Level 4 Number of Credits: 12 Learning Outcome 1 The learner will: Understand the nature and scope of accounting.
Assessment Criteria Indicative Content The learner can: Describe the purpose Define financial and.