|AQF Level||Level 4: Certificate IV|
Student Outcomes, Career Opportunities and Occupations
Standard Course Structure
|MSL913001||Communicate with people|
|MSL913002||Plan and conduct laboratory/field work|
|MSL924001||Process and interpret data|
|MSL934002||Apply quality system and continuous improvement processes|
|MSL943002||Participate in laboratory/field workplace safety|
|MSMENV272||Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices|
Electives - Group A
|MSL904001||Perform standard calibrations|
|MSL924002||Use laboratory application software|
|MSL934003||Maintain and control stocks|
|MSL944001||Maintain laboratory or field workplace safety|
|MSL954001||Obtain representative samples in accordance with sampling plan|
Electives - Group B
|MSL933001||Maintain laboratory field workplace fit for purpose|
|MSL933002||Contribute to the achievement of quality objectives|
|MSL933004||Perform calibration checks on equipment and assist with its maintenance|
|MSL953001||Receive and prepare samples for testing|
|MSL973001||Perform basic tests|
Electives - Group C
|MSL914001||Prepare practical science classes and demonstrations|
|MSL915001||Provide information to customers|
|MSL925001||Analyse data and report results|
|MSL925002||Analyse measurements and estimate uncertainties|
|MSL935004||Maintain instruments and equipment|
|MSL975020||Apply routine spectrometric techniques|
Students should enrol in the following order:
The order for elective units are to be advised by the teacher
Duration and dates
Students who are studying by Distance Education must be working in a laboratory.
Distance students require self-motivation and must have 4-6 hours per week available to study for each units. Because this course is self-paced students need reasonably good literacy skills to read and follow textbooks. Basic numeracy skills are also required.
Resources for distance students will be emailed from the teacher.
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