CERTIFICATE III OF ENGINEERING AUTOMOTIVE

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					                                CONTENTS
Managing Director‟s Message………..…….…………………1
Staff Contact Information ................................................... 2                        A Message from the
Fees & Charges ................................................................. 3
Refunds/Withdrawals .......................................................... 3                       Managing Director
Re-Assessment Policy ......................................................... 3
Apprentice Responsibilities.................................................. 4               Durack Institute of Technology was named Large Training
Certificate of Trade Studies ................................................. 4              Provider of the Year in the 2002 and 2003 Western
Employer Responsibilities.................................................... 5               Australian Training Excellence Awards and was a finalist
Useful Information ............................................................... 5          in 2004. In 2005 the College received the Pretzel Logic
College Dress Standards ..................................................... 6               Access and Equity Award. In 2006 a Durack Institute of
Evacuation Procedure ......................................................... 6              Technology Lecturer and student were named as the best
First Aid ............................................................................... 6   Trainer and Vocational student in WA. During 2007 two
              Construction & Rural Industries                                                 Central West lecturers were Highly Commended in the
                                                                                              Premier’s Teacher of the Year Awards. In 2008 the
                        Bricklaying/Blocklaying                                               College was successful in winning the State and National
Stage 1 Course W577 ......................................................... 7               Award for the VET in Schools Program “Kicking Goals”
Stage 2 & 3 Course W135 ................................................... 8                 which was in partnership with Geraldton Senior College
                           Carpentry & Joinery                                                and Midwest Football Academy. 2009 saw the College
Stage 1 – Course W596 ...................................................... 9                again become a finalist in the WA Large Training Provider
Stage 2 - Group 1 Course 1422 ........................................ 10                     of the Year category at the WA Training Awards. These
Stage 2 – Group 2 Course 1422……………………………..11                                                  awards recognise the quality of the programs and services
Stage 3 – Group 1 & 2 Course 1422…………..…………….12                                               provided by the College and its staff. This outstanding
Stage 3 – Catchup………………………………………….….13                                                        achievement shows the strength of Central West’s
                               Cabinet Making                                                 commitment to meeting the training needs of our students
Stage 1 - Course W032……………….…………...………….14                                                    throughout the region.
Stage 2 - Course W032………………………....…………….15
Stage 3 – Course W032……………………………………….16                                                       The College has developed a range of quality training
                                    Electrical                                                programs that serve the needs of local and regional
                                                                                              industry in the Central West, with an emphasis on
Stage 1 – Group 1 - Course W431 ................................... 17
                                                                                              meeting the needs of emerging industries. The College
Stage 1 – Group 2 – Course W431 .................................. 18
                                                                                              continuously looks for new and better ways to provide its
Stage 2 – Group 1 - Course W431 ................................... 19
                                                                                              services, so that our Apprentices and their employers
Stage 2 – Group 2 – Course W431 .................................. 20
                                                                                              can have confidence that the quality of training and
Stage 3 – Group 1 – Course M035 .................................... 21
                                                                                              support services they receive from the College will be
Stage 3 – Group 2 – Course M035 .................................... 22
                                                                                              amongst the best in the country.
Stage 3 – Group 3 – Course M035……………………….....23
Capstone Assessment – Course M035….…………….……24
                                                                                              In 2009 Durack Institute of Technology Apprentices and
         Mining, Engineering, Transport & Art                                                 Trainees will have access to purpose built facilities and
                                   Automotive                                                 leading edge technology. These new buildings and
Stage 1 (all streams) - Course W214................................. 25                       upgraded resources provide regional students with
Stage 2 (light) - Course W214 ........................................... 26                  facilities equal to those anywhere in Australia.
Stage 3 (light) – Course W214 .......................................... 27
Stage 2 (heavy and ag) - Course W214 ........................... 28                           The College employs Training Support Services (TSS)
Stage 3 (heavy and ag) - Course W214 ........................... 29                           Officers whose positions are designed to handle all
                           Fitting & Machining                                                issues associated with Apprenticeship training and to
Stage 1 – Course W237……………………………………….30                                                       provide high levels of customer service to employers of
Stage 2 & 3 – Course W237………………………………….31                                                     Apprentices. The Apprentices TSS Officer can be
                                                                                              contacted on 9956 2818 or 9956 2773 and we invite you
                             Fabrication Trade                                                to make contact for any information regarding Apprentice
Stage 1 – Group 1 - Course W238 ................................... 32                        training schedules, results, enrolment details or course
Stage 1 – Group 2 – Course W238 ................................... 33                        options. In line with national and state directions for
Stage 2 – Group 1 - Course W238 .................................... 34                       Apprentice training, the College is striving to provide
Stage 2 – Group 2 – Course W238……….…………………35                                                  more flexible access and to conduct assessments in the
Stage 3 – Group 1 & 2 – Course W238……….…………….36                                               Workplace. The College is also one of the leading
Stage 3 – Sheetmetal – Course W238……….……..………37                                               providers of “Fast Track” training for Apprentices. If you
                                    Plumbing                                                  have any interest in these activities please contact the
Stage 1 – Course 1416……………………….…….…………38                                                      College.
Stage 2 – Course 1416………………………………………..39
        Hospitality, Business and Computing                                                   Durack Institute of Technology recognises and supports
                                     Cooking                                                  the role Apprenticeship training plays in regional
Stage 1 - Course S607 ...................................................... 40               development and whatever your vision as an Employer
Stage 2 – Course S607 ..................................................... 41                or an Apprentice, I hope that with our help you are able
                                                                                              to achieve it.
    Health, Education & Community Services
                                                                                              Bert Beevers
                 Hairdressing
Year 1 - Course S655 ........................................................ 42              Managing Director
Year 2 - Course S655 ....................................................... 43
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    STAFF CONTACT INFORMATION – who can help you


                                               General
 College Number……………………………………………………………………………………..08 9956 2700
 Toll Free Number……………………………………………………………………………………1800 672 700
 College Fax Number ………………………………………………………………………… …..08 9921 7705
 Apprentice TSS Officer (Automotive, Engineering, Plumbing, Hospitality & Hairdressing).08 9956 2818
 Apprentice TSS Officer (Bricklaying, Carpentry & Joinery, Furniture Making, Electrical)…...08 9956 2773
 Training Support Services Coordinators…………………………………………………..……...08 9956 2738
 ………………………………………………………………………………………………………..08 9956 6114
 Bookshop ……………………………………………………………………………………………08 9956 2807
 Client Services Manager……………………………………………………………………………08 9956 2780
 Aboriginal Student Services Officer……………………………………………………………….08 9956 2736
 Residential Supervisor ……………………………………………………………………………..08 9956 2760
 Program Assistant – Adult Literacy………………………………………………………………..08 9956 6128



                              Construction & Rural Industries
 Academic Director – Matt Silvester………………………………………………………………..08 9956 2855
 Program Assistant – Lesley McLean ……………………………………………………………..08 9956 2856




                        Health, Education & Community Services
 Academic Director – Karen Watts…………………………………………………………………08 9956 2716
 Program Assistant – Vicki Daulby………………..……………….……………………………….08 9956 2721




                           Hospitality, Business and Computing
 Academic Director – Kelly Edwards……………………………………………………….……...08 9956 2809
 Program Assistant – Popsy Ihanimo….…………………………………………………………..08 9956 2783




                           Mining, Engineering, Transport & Art
 Academic Director – Nicci Godsman ……………………………………………………………08 9956 2741
 Program Assistant –Kelly Pearce…. ……………………………………………………………..08 9956 2743




If you need to contact Lecturing Staff, please leave a message with the Program
Assistant from the relevant program area, or contact the TSS Apprentice Officer.


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                GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

                                                                    Withdrawal / Refund of Fees
             Fees and Charges
                                                           If you are seeking a refund of fees for a module or
The following fees and charges are set out in              unit or course, students must provide written advice
accordance with the provisions of the Vocational
                                                           of withdrawal from their course of study once the
Education and Training Act 1996 and as published           enrolment has been processed. Students who
in the Fees and Charges Policy Guidelines for              withdraw from their course need to complete a
Publicly Funded Registered Training Organisations          “Withdrawal and Refund” form, to be eligible for a
and Programs in 2005 publication.                          refund. This form is available from Main Reception,
Upon enrolment, you can expect to pay the                  A Block.
following fees and charges:                                Where a course, module or unit is cancelled or
                                                           rescheduled to a time unsuitable, or where the
                                                           student is not given a place due to the maximum
                  Course Fee                               number of places being reached, then the student
A fee is charged for each unit when an Apprentice          is entitled to a full refund of fees and charges
enrols. A maximum rate of $580 per semester or             provided a “Withdrawal and Refund” form
$1160 per annum will be charged.                           is lodged.

If you are the holder of a current Concession Card         Students who withdraw from their course or study
issued by Centrelink, a maximum of $ 290 per               for other reasons must lodge a “Withdrawal and
semester or $ 580 will be charged.                         Refund” form prior to or within four weeks of
                                                           commencing the first module or unit to be eligible
                 Resource Fee                              for a full refund of their tuition fee. Students who
                                                           meet the above conditions will also be refunded
Resource fees cover materials purchased by the             50% of the resource fee. The discretionary charges
College to be consumed or transformed by                   are non-refundable.
students in the course instruction. This fee covers
internet charges and other services utilised by the        Students may be eligible for a pro rata refund of
students in the course of instruction. This also           fees and charges for courses and modules or units
includes workbook costs.                                   at any time during the semester if they can
                                                           establish, with documentary evidence, satisfactory
                                                           grounds for withdrawing from the course (for
Please note: Apprentices are required to enrol             example, serious illness or disability, transfer of
in ALL units that they will be attending for the           employment, or other circumstances beyond
year.                                                      their control).


        Student Identification Card
                                                                       Re-Assessment Policy
An application for a student card must be
                                                           Apprentices have an opportunity to be reassessed
completed at time of enrolment and these forms will
                                                           against competencies they have not achieved
be available from Student Administration (A Block)
                                                           during their block and will have 7 weeks from the
and the Learning Resource Centre.. The card will
                                                           end date of the block to complete.
be $15.00 and is valid for the current year only.
Payment can be made at Student Administration or           Please note that reassessment fees may apply.
the Learning Resource Centre. The Learning
Resource Centre will accept all card applications
and then take a photo. You can collect the card
from the Learning Resource Centre. Your student
card is required for photocopying, printing,
borrowing library resources, accessing Ciba Tek
after hours and accessing discounts listed in the
Fact Pack.
Please contact the TSS Apprentice Officer on
(08) 9956 2818/9956 2773 should you have any
queries.




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                          APPRENTICE RESPONSIBILITIES
         Student Code of Conduct                                        Apprentice Checklist
Durack Institute of Technology prides itself on                        Enrol and Pay your fees
preparing students for employment and promotion.
Students are expected to exhibit the qualities                       It is the Apprentice‟s responsibility to
employers demand and this means more than                            ensure that they enrol and pay their fees
completion of academic requirements. Members of                          on or before the first day of class.
staff and other students should be treated with                     Payment options are available to students
respect in the same way as supervisors and peers                              having financial difficulty.
in the workplace.                                                   No Statements of Academic Record, or
                                                                     Statements of Attainment will be issued
The College has developed and published a                             unless all enrolment procedures are
Student Charter in which the ethical principles,                    completed and all outstanding fees paid.
values and behaviours expected of students
enrolled at Durack Institute of Technology is
outlined. The Student Charter also contains a                   Meet all your Course Requirements
student Code of Conduct that defines responsible
behaviour and the requirements for compliance                           Complete assessments on time
with the By-Laws & Regulations of the College. A                         Submit assignments on time
summary of some key responsibilities are outlined
below:                                                                     Attend scheduled classes

    Treat all staff and fellow students reasonably                   Observe all safety rules of the College
    and with respect and to act in a way that does                Follow the Durack Institute of Technology
       not harass or discriminate against staff                                Student Charter.
                    or other students;
           Work to the best of your ability;
                                                                     Maintain your Training Journal
   Give all class members the opportunity to learn
     in a quiet and non-disruptive environment;
         Punctual attendance of all classes;                          Apply for your award on the
                                                                    "Application for Award” form
   Leave class only at the scheduled times or with
           the permission of the lecturer.
   Apprentices completing class early must return
                to work immediately;                                        Applying for your

       Meet deadlines (set by the lecturer) for                               CERTIFICATE
                  assessed work;
     Turn off mobile telephones in the classroom;            Apprentices who are expecting to complete their
                                                           Qualification must apply for their Certificate by
      Inform family members (or other persons) of          completing the APPLICATION FOR AWARD Form.
       class times and room numbers, for contact           Application forms are located in the Training Journal.
     purposes. The college WILL NOT accept any             Forms and Training Journals must be completed and
   liability for failure to relay any messages, urgent     returned to Training Support Services (A-Block) prior
                         or otherwise;                     to completion.
   Students will not be permitted to attend classes
   if under the influence of prohibited substances;
     Apprentices must comply with college dress
    and safety equipment standards – please see
     your Call-up letter for details, or contact the
        TSS Apprentice Officer if you require
                  more information.




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            EMPLOYER                                             USEFUL INFORMATION
         RESPONSIBILITIES
The employer        is   obliged   to   provide   the            Literacy and Numeracy Support
Apprentice with:                                                           for Students
                                                            Some students are able to perform practical tasks
 Employment and training for the duration of the           very well, however they may have problems with
   Apprenticeship and every opportunity to learn            math calculations or reading and understanding
              the skills of the trade.                      information in their course, or in their workplace.
   Necessary time off work, with pay, to attend            The College has programs available to support
    and complete the relevant off-the-job training.         students who are having difficulties in these areas.
   A working environment and conditions which              The Certificate of Applied Vocational Study Skills
       contribute to the learning of the trade.             (CAVSS) program is a free service available to
    Complete Apprentice‟s Training Journal as              students enrolled in most courses at Durack
       required for On-the-job assessment.                  Institute of Technology. Through this program
                                                            individuals or small groups of students who are
    Ensure apprentice brings Training Journal              having problems with literacy or numeracy can be
              when attending TAFE.                          provided with tuition from a specialist lecturer. This
                                                            course does not mean extra work, as it is integrated
                                                            with the vocational course. It is designed to assist
                                                            students to successfully complete their studies.

                                                            The College also offers classes in Maths, Reading
     USEFUL INFORMATION                                     and Writing through the Certificate of General
                                                            Education for Adults (CGEA) course. These classes
                                                            are available during the day and in the evening.
                   Nominal Hours                            Students can access the CGEA course at any time.
The term „nominal hours‟ refers to an approximate           The Adult Literacy team at Durack Institute of
number of hours that it would typically take a              Technology is available to discuss any queries and
student to successfully achieve a competent level of        help each student work out their best options. Staff
performance in the learning outcome or elements of          can be contacted through the General Education
comprehension        in      the     module       or        Program Assistant by phoning (08) 9956 6128.
unit of competence.

It is not meant to be a prescriptive or restrictive
                                                                Recognition of Prior Learning,
figure. On occasions, students may take less time            Recognition of Current Competencies
than the nominal hours suggest.                                      and Credit Transfers
The nominal hours do not necessarily have to be             If you have completed units of study in the
achieved during a single block. They may be                 same or similar course at another Registered
completed over a number of blocks. For example,             Training Organisation or educational institute
Occupational Health and Safety is included in every         the College may recognise this study as partial
Unit of Competence that Apprentices are enrolled            completion of your qualification. Similarly,
in.                                                         clients who have gained qualifications
                                                            overseas can have these assessed against
Please note that with the introduction of Training          their Australian equivalency.
Packages, some courses are in a state of transition.
                                                            Durack Institute of Technology can also help
                                                            you gain formal recognition for the skills and
                                                            knowledge you may already have. This may
   Electrical Licensing Arrangements                        mean you are given credit towards a
                                                            qualification you wish to achieve. Students
All Electrical Apprentices need to supply a copy of         who have undertaken previous study or who
their current „C‟ Grade License to the College. Final       have relevant work/life experiences are
year Electrical Apprentices should contact the              encouraged to apply for Recognition of Prior
Office of Energy on (08) 9422 5282 to apply for             Learning (or RPL) or Recognition of Current
their „A” Grade licenses.                                   Competencies.

                                                            Please discuss your options with your lecturer or
                                                            the course coordinator for your unit of study.


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          COLLEGE DRESS                                               COLLEGE DRESS
            STANDARDS                                                   STANDARDS
As an educational institution certain dress                              Medical Conditions
standards are required of those who attend, for            Students with medical conditions should advise
reasons of safety, hygiene and/or suitability. Bare        their lecturers in case of emergency particularly if
feet are not acceptable at the College, nor are tank       students are „Operating Machinery‟ or „Hazardous
tops, singlets or any clothing bearing material that       Chemicals or equipment‟.
could offend public sensitivity.

Lecturers are authorised to deny students access
                                                                        Hazard Identification
to any class if the standards are not observed. In         Students are asked to report hazards directly to a
such cases lecturers will then:                            lecturer or alternatively by completing a yellow
                                                           report form, which are located in the entrance to
    a) Send students to the College Learning               each building in the College under the emergencies
       Resource and Technology Centre for quiet            evacuation plan for that building.
       study.
    b) Notify       the      employer         (and/or
       parent/guardian) that the student did not             EVACUATION PROCEDURE
       participate in that class for failing to wear
       adequate safe clothing.                             On hearing the alarm OR instructions from your
                                                           lecturer please walk quickly and calmly to your
        Workshop Dress Standards                           nearest evacuation assembly point (Evacuation
                                                           plans are located in each building).
Clothing MUST provide adequate cover and be
reasonably close fitting with no torn parts that can       Each building on campus has a staff member
be snagged. Loose clothing in a practical activity         whose role it is to coordinate the evacuation of the
could become a hazard.                                     building. Please remain at your assembly point until
                                                           the “All Clear” is sounded.
The MINIMUM Dress Standard for the workshop is                             Insurance Cover
appropriate work clothing. ie: King Gee, Hard              Durack Institute of Technology does not provide
Yakka or appropriate protective clothing.                  property or medical insurance coverage for
                                                           students who attend the College. However,
                       Hair                                personal accident coverage for work experience
Long hair MUST be restrained with heavy-duty               programs, excursions and outside live work
safety hair net or a beret type cap that fully             activities are incorporated into the College‟s
encloses the hair. Beanies, elastic bands, forage          insurance policy. Should you have any queries
caps etc are acceptable.                                   regarding insurance cover please contact (08) 9956
                                                           2823.
                    Footwear
Footwear must be worn within the College at ALL                        Calling an Ambulance
times. STEEL CAPPED SHOES or BOOTS that                    Students are advised that should they have an
comply with the Australian Safety Standards                accident whilst on campus and an attending
criteria are mandatory in all workshops. Covered           College Senior First Aid Officer considers it
shoes are mandatory in all trade areas and art             necessary to call an ambulance for that student
rooms.                                                     because of their injured or unconscious state, the
                                                           student will be responsible for the cost of the
                     Glasses                               ambulance.
SAFETY GLASSES will be worn by every person
working in or entering areas where safety                                        First Aid
glasses are required.                                      If you need emergency first aid please advise the
                                                           lecturer in your section, who will direct you to the
                Ear Protection                             First Aid Officer. The First Aid Officer will make the
Ear protection MUST also be worn in designated             necessary arrangements to get you to a doctor or
areas or as required by lecturers. Students are            home. You must report any accident on Campus
expected to observe the above standards from the           that requires medical attention.
first day of attendance at this College. Students not
complying will NOT be permitted to enter                   The College has a First Aid room for emergencies
workshops.                                                 and a number of Senior First Aid Officers on
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                        CONSTRUCTION
                           & RURAL
                         INDUSTRIES
                                 CONTACT DETAILS
    TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
    Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
    Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
    Bricklaying Lecturer………….……………………………….……………………………9956 2857


                          CERTIFICATE III in
                      BRICKLAYING/BLOCKLAYING
                                         COURSE W577

                                             STAGE 1

                                                                                                NOMINAL
  SIN                                          UNIT
                                                                                                 HOURS
BLOCK 1A                                                                       14 June – 25 June 2010
 W9435     CPCCOHS2001A Apply OHS requirements, policies & procedures in the                         32
           construction industry
 W9370     CPCCCM2001A Read and interpret plans and specifications                                   32
 W9324     CPCCBL3005A Lay masonry walls and corners                                                 40
BLOCK 1B                                                                      26 July – 6 August 2010
 W9367     CPCCCM1005A Carry out measurements and calculations                                       16
 W9365     CPCCCM1003A Plan and organise work                                                        16
 W9322     CPCCBL3003A Carry out cavity brick construction                                           64
 W9378     CPCCCM2009A Carry out basic demolition                                                    16
BLOCK 1C                                                       13 September - 24 September 2010
 W9319     CPCCBL2002A Use bricklaying & blocklaying tools & equipment                               30
 W9329     CPCCBL30010A Construct masonry arches (Part 1 of 2)                                       40
 W9318     CPCCBL2001A Handle & prepare bricklaying & blocklaying materials                          16
 W9377     CPCCCM2008A Erect & dismantle restricted height scaffolding                               16




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                          CERTIFICATE III in
                      BRICKLAYING/BLOCKLAYING
                                         COURSE W135

                                 CONTACT DETAILS
    TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
    Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
    Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
    Bricklaying Lecturer………….……………………………….……………………………9956 2857



                                             STAGE 2

                                                                                                NOMINAL
  SIN                                          UNIT
                                                                                                 HOURS
BLOCK 2A                                                                    8 March – 19 March 2010
 W1814     BCGCM2001B Read and interpret plans and specifications                                    32
 W1818     BCGCM2006B Apply basic levelling procedures                                               16
 W1787     BCGCA3002B Carry out setting out                                                          12
 W1353     BCGCO2003B Carry out concreting to simple forms                                           24
 W1766     BCGBL3001B Lay paving                                                                     22
BLOCK 2B                                                                         10 May – 21 May 2010
 W1771     BCGBL3006B Lay multi thickness walls and piers                                            40
 W1821     BCGCM2009B Carry out basic demolition                                                     16
 W1769     BCGBL3004B Construct masonry steps and stairs                                             32
BLOCK 2C                                                             23 August - 3 September 2010
 W1770     BCGBL3005B Lay masonry walls and corners                                                  40
 W1810     BCGCM1002B Work effectively in the general construction industry                          16
 W1781     BCGBL3016B Construct battered masonry walls and piers                                     40



                                             STAGE 3

                                                                                                NOMINAL
  SIN                                          UNIT
                                                                                                 HOURS
BLOCK 3A                                                              1 February - 19 February 2010
 W1775     BCGBL3010B Construct masonry arches (Part 1 of 2)                                         40
 W2554     BCGBL3010B Construct masonry arches (Part 2 of 2)                                         40
 W1780     BCGBL3015B Construct decorative brickwork                                                 40
 W1819     BCGM2007B Use explosive power tools (EPT)                                                 8
BLOCK 3B                                                                        12 April - 23 April 2010
 W1777     BCGBL3012B Construct fireplaces and chimneys                                              60
 W1776     BCGBL3011B Construct curved walls                                                         16

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                              CERTIFICATE III IN
                            CARPENTRY & JOINERY
                                          COURSE W596


                                  CONTACT DETAILS
    TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
    Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
    Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
    Carpentry & Joinery Lecturer………..……………………….……………………………9956 2870



                                      STAGE 1 Group 1

                                                                                                      NOMINAL
   SIN                                               UNIT
                                                                                                       HOURS
BLOCK 1A         Group 1                                                        14 June – 25 June 2010

  W9435          CPCCOHS2001A Apply OHS requirements, policies & procedures in the                      32
                 construction industry
  W9338          CPCCCA2002A Use carpentry tools and equipment                                          52
BLOCK 1A         Group 2                                                          12 July – 23 July 2010
  W9435          CPCCOHS2001A Apply OHS requirements, policies & procedures in the                      32
                 construction industry
  W9338          CPCCCA2002A Use carpentry tools and equipment                                          52
BLOCK 1B                                                              23 August – 3 September 2010
  W9370          CPCCCM2001A Read and interpret plans and specifications                                32
  W9341          CPCCCA3002A Carry out setting out                                                      12
  W9342          CPCCCA3003A Install flooring systems                                                   40
BLOCK 1C                                                                 4 October – 15 October 2010
  W9365          CPCCCM1003A Plan and organise work                                                     16
  W9367          CPCCCM1005A Carry out measurements and calculations                                    16
  W9337          CPCCCA2001A Handle carpentry materials                                                 16
  W9343          CPCCCA3004A Construct wall frames                                                      40
BLOCK 1D                                                            22 November - 3 December 2010
  W9384          CPCCCO2003A Carry out concreting to simple forms                                       24
  W9377          CPCCCM2008A Erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding                          16
  W9362          CPCCCA3023A Carry out levelling operations                                             24
  W9364          CPCCCM1002A Work effectively & sustainably in the construction                         16
                 industry
  W9368          CPCCCM1006A Work safely at heights                                                     16




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                             CERTIFICATE III
                        IN CARPENTRY & JOINERY
                                          COURSE 1422


                                 CONTACT DETAILS
    TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
    Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
    Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
    Carpentry & Joinery Lecturer………..……………………….……………………………9956 2871




                                     STAGE 2 Group 1

                                                                                                     NOMINAL
  SIN                                             UNIT
                                                                                                      HOURS
BLOCK 2A                                                                    8 March - 19 March 2010
 W1792     BCGCA3007B Construct a pitched roof                                                         36
 W1802     BCGCA3017B Install exterior cladding                                                        40
BLOCK 2B                                                                         17 May – 4 June 2010
 W1819     BCGCM2007B Use explosive power tools                                                         8
 N0352     BCF2001A Use static machines                                                                10
 N0373     BCF3003A Identify stair construction & design                                                8
 N0374     BCF3004A Set out stairs                                                                      8
 N0375     BCF3005A Manufacture stair components – straight flighted stairs                            20
 N0376     BCF3006A Assemble and install stairs                                                        12
 N0378     BCF3008A Identify window & door construction                                                 8
 N0379     BCF3009A Setting out of windows & doors                                                      8
 N0380     BCF3010A Manufacture components for door & window frames, doors and                         22
           sashes
 N0381     BCF3011A Assemble (door/windows)                                                            12
BLOCK 2C                                                      13 September – 24 September 2010
 W1795     BCGCA3010B Install & replace windows & doors                                                32
 W1808     BCGCA3023B Carry out levelling operations                                                   24
 W1798     BCGCA3013B Install lining, panelling & moulding                                             24




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                              CERTIFICATE III
                         IN CARPENTRY & JOINERY
                                           COURSE 1422

                                  CONTACT DETAILS
     TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
     Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
     Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
     Carpentry & Joinery Lecturer………..……………………….……………………………9956 2871


                                      STAGE 2 Group 2

                                                                                                      NOMINAL
   SIN                                             UNIT
                                                                                                       HOURS
BLOCK 2A (Good Friday 2 April 2010 Public Hol)                                 22 March - 2 April 2010
  W1792       BCGCA3007B Construct a pitched roof                                                       36
  W1802       BCGCA3017B Install exterior cladding                                                      40
BLOCK 2B                                                                     26 July – 13 August 2010
  W1819       BCGCM2007B Use explosive power tools                                                       8
  N0352       BCF2001A Use static machines                                                              10
  N0373       BCF3003A Identify stair construction & design                                              8
  N0374       BCF3004A Set out stairs                                                                    8
  N0375       BCF3005A Manufacture stair components – straight flighted stairs                          20
  N0376       BCF3006A Assemble and install stairs                                                      12
  N0378       BCF3008A Identify window & door construction                                               8
  N0379       BCF3009A Setting out of windows & doors                                                    8
  N0380       BCF3010A Manufacture components for door & window frames, doors and                       22
              sashes
  N0381       BCF3011A Assemble (Door/Windows)                                                          12
BLOCK 2C                                                             25 October – 5 November 2010
  W1795       BCGCA3010B Install & replace windows & doors                                              32
  W1808       BCGCA3023B Carry out levelling operations                                                 24
  W1798       BCGCA3013B Install lining, panelling & moulding                                           24




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                               CERTIFICATE III
                          IN CARPENTRY & JOINERY
                                            COURSE 1422


                                   CONTACT DETAILS
     TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
     Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
     Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
     Carpentry & Joinery Lecturer………..……………………….……………………………9956 2871




                                       STAGE 3 Group 1

                                                                                                       NOMINAL
     SIN                                              UNIT
                                                                                                        HOURS
BLOCK 3A                                                              1 February - 12 February 2010
     W1791            BCGCA3006B Erect roof trusses                                                      40
     W1803            BCGCA3018B Construct, erect and dismantle formwork for stairs and                  40
                      ramps
BLOCK 3B (Anzac Day Monday 26 April 2010 Public Hol)                            19 April – 30 April 2010
     W1794            BCGCA3009B Construct advanced roofs                                                80




                                      STAGE 3 Group 2
BLOCK 3A                                                            15 February – 26 February 2010
     W1791            BCGCA3006B Erect roof trusses                                                      40
     W1803            BCGCA3018B Construct, erect and dismantle formwork for stairs and                  40
                      ramps
BLOCK 3B                                                                            3 May – 14 May 2010
     W1794            BCGCA3009B Construct advanced roofs                                                80




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                                CERTIFICATE III
                           IN CARPENTRY & JOINERY
                                             COURSE 1422


                                    CONTACT DETAILS
     TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
     Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
     Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
     Carpentry & Joinery Lecturer………..……………………….……………………………9956 2871




                                       STAGE 3 Catchup

                                                                                                        NOMINAL
     SIN                                                UNIT
                                                                                                         HOURS
BLOCK 2B (Foundation Day Monday 7 June 2010 Public Hol) 24 May - 11 June 2010
    W1819           BCGCM2007B Use explosive power tools                                                   8
    N0352           BCF2001A Use static machines                                                          10
    N0373           BCF3003A Identify stair construction & design                                          8
    N0374           BCF3004A Set out stairs                                                                8
    N0375           BCF3005A Manufacture stair components – straight flighted stairs                      20
    N0376           BCF3006A Assemble & install stairs                                                    12
    N0378           BCF3008A Identify window & door construction                                           8
    N0379           BCF3009A Setting out of windows & doors                                                8
    N0380           BCF3010A Manufacture components for door & window frames, doors                       22
                    and sashes
    N0381           BCF3011A Assemble (doors/windows)                                                     12




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            CERTIFICATE III IN FURNITURE MAKING
                     (CABINET MAKING)
                                           COURSE W032

                                  CONTACT DETAILS
     TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
     Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
     Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
     Cabinet Making Lecturer………..…………………………….……………………………9956 2715


                                              STAGE 1
                                                                                                      NOMINAL
   SIN                                             UNIT
                                                                                                       HOURS
BLOCK 1A (Foundation Day 7 June 2010 Public Hol)                                 31 May – 11 June 2010
  W0223      LMFCR0001A Follow safe working policies & practices                                        40
  W0272      LMFFM2001A Use furniture making sector hand & power tools                                  38
  W0277      LMFFM2006A Hand make timber joints                                                         36
BLOCK 1B                                                                 16 August – 20 August 2010
  W0296      LMFFM3021A Set up, operate, maintain drilling machines                                     16
  S2466      TDTD397C Handle dangerous goods, hazardous substances                                      20
  W0289      LMFFM3006A Install furnishing products                                                     20
BLOCK 1C                                                                 4 October – 15 October 2010
  W0282      LMFFM2011A Apply manufactured board conversion techniques                                  16
  W0290      LMFFM3007A Prepare & apply decorative surfaces for furniture                               20
  W0286      LMFFM3003A Produce angles/curved furniture using manufactured board                        64
BLOCK 1D                                                         29 November – 10 December 2010
  W0281      LMFFM2010A Setup, operate & maintain basic static machines                                 56
  W0276      LMFFM2005A Join solid timber                                                                8
  W0231      LMFCR0002A Communicate in the workplace                                                    20




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           CERTIFICATE III IN FURNITURE MAKING
                    (CABINET MAKING)
                                          COURSE W032

                                 CONTACT DETAILS
    TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
    Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
    Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
    Cabinet Making Lecturer………..…………………………….……………………………9956 2715


                                             STAGE 2
                                                                                                     NOMINAL
  SIN                                             UNIT
                                                                                                      HOURS

BLOCK 2A                                                                         21 June – 2 July 2010
 W0285     LMFFM3002A Construct furniture using leg & rail method                                      40
 W0287     LMFFM3004A Produce angled & curved furniture using sold timber                              64
BLOCK 2B                                                            30 August – 10 September 2010
 W0309     LMFGN3001A Read & interpret work documents                                                  24
 W0291     LMFFM3010A Select timbers for furniture production                                          10
 W0293     LMFFM3012A Prepare cutting list from plans & job specifications                             16
 W0310     LMFGN3002A Estimate & cost job                                                              16
 W0245     LMFCR0003A Carry out measurements and calculations                                          20
BLOCK 2C                                                         1 November – 12 November 2010
 W0292     LMFFM3001A Produce manual & computer aided production drawings                              52
 W0258     LMFFF2006A Apply surface coating                                                            60
 W0256     LMFFF2004A Prepare surfaces for finishing                                                   16




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            CERTIFICATE III IN FURNITURE MAKING
                     (CABINET MAKING)
                                           COURSE W032

                                  CONTACT DETAILS
     TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
     Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
     Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
     Cabinet Making Lecturer………..…………………………….……………………………9956 2715


                                              STAGE 3
                                                                                                      NOMINAL
   SIN                                             UNIT
                                                                                                       HOURS
BLOCK 3A (Anzac Day Monday 26 April 2010 Public Hol)                              26 April – 7 May 2010
 W0310      LMFGN3002A Estimate & cost job                                                              16
 W0291      LMFFM3010A Select timbers for furniture production                                          10
 W0287      LMFFM3004A Produce angled & curved furniture using solid timber                             64
BLOCK 3B                                                                         19 July – 30 July 2010
 W0274      LMFFM2003A Select & apply hardware                                                          16
 W0307      LMFFM3033A Construct jigs & fixtures                                                        34
 W0296      LMFFM3021A Setup, operate & maintain drilling machines                                      16
  S2466     TDTD397C Handle dangerous goods and substances                                              20




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                CERTIFICATE III IN ELECTRO-TECHNOLOGY
                            (ELECTRICIAN)
                                                          COURSE W431
                                                CONTACT DETAILS
            TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
            Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
            Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
            Electrical Lecturer…………………………………………………………………………..9956 2768


                                                STAGE 1 – Group 1
                                                                                                                              NOMINAL
    SIN                                                           UNIT
                                                                                                                               HOURS
BLOCK 1A                                                                                       15 March – 26 March 2010
  W7803         UEENEEE001B Apply OHS practices in the workplace                                                                   18
  W7805         UEENEEE003B Solve problems in extra-low voltage single path circuits                                               18
  W7804         UEENEEE002B Dismantle, assemble and fabricate electrotechnology                                                    36
                components
BLOCK 1B (Foundation Day 7 June 2010 Public Hol)                                                      31 May – 11 June 2010
  W7805         UEENEEE003B Solve problems in extra-low voltage single path circuits (cont‟d)                                      18
  W7806         UEENEEE004B Solve problems in multiple path DC circuits                                                            18
  W7807         UEENEEE005B Fix and secure equipment                                                                               18
  W7809         UEENEEE007B Use drawings, diagrams, schedules and manuals                                                          18
BLOCK 1C                                                                             30 August to 10 September 2010
  W7806         UEENEEE004B Solve problems in multiple path DC circuits (cont‟d)                                                   18
  W7880         UEENEEG001B Solve problems in electromagnetic circuits                                                             18
  W7809         UEENEEE007B Use drawings, diagrams, schedules and manuals (cont‟d)                                                 18
  W7834         UEENEEE033B Document occupational hazards and risks in electrical work                                             18
BLOCK 1D                                                                                25 October – 5 November 2010
  W7880         UEENEEG001B Solve problems in electromagnetic circuits (continued)                                                 36
  W7810         UEENEEE008B Lay wiring/cabling and terminate accessories for extra-low                                             36
                voltage circuits
                                                   Additional Information
Class Times;
8:00am – 4.30pm Monday – Thursday, 8:00am – 12:00pm Fridays, if the Apprentice is required to stay back on Friday, the Apprentice
is responsible for contacting his/her employer.

Some Block Dates may fall on Public holidays; Apprentices are not required to attend these public holidays. If a Block is scheduled on a
Monday Public Holiday, Apprentices are required to attend until 4.30pm on the Friday of that week.

                                                            TUTORIALS
Durack Institute of Technology is committed to delivering tutorials for all Apprentices. Tutorials are primarily to support students
   on hold. Alternative arrangements may be made for accelerated learning and extra work in preparation prior to upcoming
  blocks but only with prior agreement of the lecturers. To participate and enable preparation in tutorials, Apprentices MUST
contact one of the Electrical Lecturers by 4pm on the Monday prior to the tutorial. If lecturers are not contacted, the tutorial will
                                                       not be conducted.
Tutorials: Every Tuesday night between 5.30pm – 8:30pm, excluding term breaks




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                  CERTIFICATE III IN ELECTRO-TECHNOLOGY
                              (ELECTRICIAN)
                                                            COURSE W431
                                                  CONTACT DETAILS
              TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
              Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
              Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
              Electrical Lecturer…………………………………………………………………………..9956 2768


                                                  STAGE 1 – Group 2
                                                                                                                                  NOMINAL
    SIN                                                             UNIT
                                                                                                                                   HOURS
BLOCK 1A                                                                                                19 April – 30 April 2010
  W7803         UEENEEE001B Apply OHS practices in the workplace                                                                       18
  W7805         UEENEEE003B Solve problems in extra-low voltage single path circuits                                                   18
  W7804         UEENEEE002B Dismantle, assemble and fabricate electrotechnology components                                             36
BLOCK 1B                                                                                                14 June – 25 June 2010
  W7805         UEENEEE003B Solve problems in extra-low voltage single path circuits (continued)                                       18
  W7806         UEENEEE004B Solve problems in multiple path DC circuits                                                                18
  W7807         UEENEEE005B Fix and secure equipment                                                                                   18
  W7809         UEENEEE007B Use drawings, diagrams, schedules and manuals                                                              18
BLOCK 1C                                                                             13 September – 24 September 2010
  W7806         UEENEEE004B Solve problems in multiple path DC circuits (continued)                                                    18
  W7880         UEENEEG001B Solve problems in electromagnetic circuits                                                                 18
  W7809         UEENEEE007B Use drawings, diagrams, schedules and manuals (continued)                                                  18
  W7834         UEENEEE033B Document occupational hazards and risks in electrical work                                                 18
BLOCK 1D                                                                                8 November – 19 November 2010
  W7880         UEENEEG001B Solve problems in electromagnetic circuits (continued)                                                     36
  W7810         UEENEEE008B Lay wiring/cabling and terminate accessories for extra-low voltage                                         36
                circuits
                                                     Additional Information
Class Times;
8:00am – 4.30pm Monday – Thursday, 8:00am – 12:00pm Fridays, if the Apprentice is required to stay back on Friday, the Apprentice is
responsible for contacting his/her employer.

Some Block Dates may fall on Public holidays; Apprentices are not required to attend these public holidays. If a Block is scheduled on a
Monday Public Holiday, Apprentices are required to attend until 4.30pm on the Friday of that week.

                                                              TUTORIALS
Durack Institute of Technology is committed to delivering tutorials for all Apprentices. Tutorials are primarily to support students on
  hold. Alternative arrangements may be made for accelerated learning and extra work in preparation prior to upcoming blocks but
 only with prior agreement of the lecturers. To participate and enable preparation in tutorials, Apprentices MUST contact one of the
   Electrical Lecturers by 4pm on the Monday prior to the tutorial. If lecturers are not contacted, the tutorial will not be conducted.
Tutorials: Every Tuesday night between 5.30pm – 8:30pm, excluding term breaks




                                                            Page 18
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              CERTIFICATE III IN ELECTRO-TECHNOLOGY
                          (ELECTRICIAN)
                                                       COURSE W431
                                             CONTACT DETAILS
          TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
          Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
          Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
          Electrical Lecturer…………………………………………………………………………..9956 2768


                                                STAGE 2 – Group 1
                                                                                                                             NOMINAL
    SIN                                                          UNIT
                                                                                                                              HOURS

BLOCK 2 SPECIAL (Catchup block for Apprentices who have not completed this
unit)                                                 21 April – 30 April 2010
  W7880         UEENEEG001B Solve problems in electromagnetic circuits                                                            18
  W7880         UEENEEG001B Solve problems in electromagnetic circuits (continued)                                                36
BLOCK 2A                                                                                1 February – 12 February 2010
  W7881         UEENEEG002B Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage circuits                                         36
  W7882         UEENEEG003B Install wiring and accessories for low voltage circuits                                               36
BLOCK 2B                                                                                                3 May – 14 May 2010
  W7881         UEENEEG002B Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage circuits                                         36
                (continued)
  W7882         UEENEEG003B Install wiring and accessories for low voltage circuits (cont‟d)                                      36
BLOCK 2C                                                                                   16 August – 27 August 2010
  W7883         UEENEEGOO4B Install low voltage electrical apparatus and associated                                               36
                equipment
  W7886         UEENEEG008B Find and repair faults in electrical apparatus and circuits                                           36
BLOCK 2D                                                                                11 October – 22 October 2010
  W7883         UEENEEGOO4B Install low voltage electrical apparatus and associated                                               36
                equipment (continued)
  W7886         UEENEEG008B Find and repair faults in electrical apparatus and circuits (cont‟d)                                  36
                                                   Additional Information
Class Times;
8:00am – 4.30pm Monday – Thursday, 8:00am – 12:00pm Fridays, if the apprentice is required to stay back on Friday, the Apprentice
is responsible for contacting his/her employer.

Some Block Dates may fall on Public holidays; Apprentices are not required to attend these public holidays. If a Block is scheduled on a
Monday Public Holiday, Apprentices are required to attend until 4.30pm on the Friday of that week.

                                                            TUTORIALS
Central West College is committed to delivering tutorials for all Apprentices. Tutorials are primarily to support students on hold.
  Alternative arrangements may be made for accelerated learning and extra work in preparation prior to upcoming blocks but
 only with prior agreement of the lecturers. To participate and enable preparation in tutorials, Apprentices MUST contact one of
     the Electrical Lecturers by 4pm on the Monday prior to the tutorial. If lecturers are not contacted, the tutorial will not be
                                                             conducted.
Tutorials: Every Tuesday night between 5.30pm – 8:30pm, excluding term breaks


                                                        Page 19
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              CERTIFICATE III IN ELECTRO-TECHNOLOGY
                          (ELECTRICIAN)
                                                       COURSE W431
                                             CONTACT DETAILS
          TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
          Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
          Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
          Electrical Lecturer…………………………………………………………………………..9956 2768


                                                STAGE 2 – Group 2
                                                                                                                             NOMINAL
    SIN                                                          UNIT
                                                                                                                              HOURS

BLOCK 2 SPECIAL (Catchup block for Apprentices who have not completed this
unit)                                                 21 April – 30 April 2010
  W7880         UEENEEG001B Solve problems in electromagnetic circuits                                                            18
  W7880         UEENEEG001B Solve problems in electromagnetic circuits (continued)                                                36
BLOCK 2A                                                                              15 February – 26 February 2010
  W7881         UEENEEG002B Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage circuits                                         36
  W7882         UEENEEG003B Install wiring and accessories for low voltage circuits                                               36
BLOCK 2B                                                                                              17 May – 28 May 2010
  W7881         UEENEEG002B Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage circuits                                         36
                (continued)
  W7882         UEENEEG003B Install wiring and accessories for low voltage circuits (cont‟d)                                      36
BLOCK 2C                                                                              30 August – 10 September 2010
  W7883         UEENEEGOO4B Install low voltage electrical apparatus and associated                                               36
                equipment
  W7886         UEENEEG008B Find and repair faults in electrical apparatus and circuits                                           36
BLOCK 2D                                                                                25 October – 5 November 2010
  W7883         UEENEEGOO4B Install low voltage electrical apparatus and associated                                               36
                equipment (continued)
  W7886         UEENEEG008B Find and repair faults in electrical apparatus and circuits (cont‟d)                                  36
                                                   Additional Information
Class Times;
8:00am – 4.30pm Monday – Thursday, 8:00am – 12:00pm Fridays, if the apprentice is required to stay back on Friday, the Apprentice
is responsible for contacting his/her employer.

Some Block Dates may fall on Public holidays; Apprentices are not required to attend these public holidays. If a Block is scheduled on a
Monday Public Holiday, Apprentices are required to attend until 4.30pm on the Friday of that week.

                                                            TUTORIALS
Central West College is committed to delivering tutorials for all Apprentices. Tutorials are primarily to support students on hold.
  Alternative arrangements may be made for accelerated learning and extra work in preparation prior to upcoming blocks but
 only with prior agreement of the lecturers. To participate and enable preparation in tutorials, Apprentices MUST contact one of
     the Electrical Lecturers by 4pm on the Monday prior to the tutorial. If lecturers are not contacted, the tutorial will not be
                                                             conducted.
Tutorials: Every Tuesday night between 5.30pm – 8:30pm, excluding term breaks


                                                        Page 20
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              CERTIFICATE III IN ELECTRO-TECHNOLOGY
                          (ELECTRICIAN)
                                                        COURSE M035
                                             CONTACT DETAILS
          TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
          Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
          Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
          Electrical Lecturer…………………………………………………………………………..9956 2768



                                              STAGE 3 – Group 1
                                                                                                                       NOMINAL
      SIN                                                      UNIT
                                                                                                                        HOURS

BLOCK 3A                                                                            1 February – 12 February 2010
    90336           NUE190 Telecoms Standards & Regulations                                                                 18
    90338           NUE192 Telecoms system overview                                                                         18
    61790           NTC111 Telecoms installations                                                                           36
BLOCK 3B                                                                                            3 May – 14 May 2010
    90312           NUE046 AC machines                                                                                      36
    73071           NUE194 Structured cabling endorsement                                                                   36
BLOCK 3C                                                                                         19 July – 30 July 2010
    90312           NUE046 AC machines (continued)                                                                          36
    90317           NUE403 Installation design                                                                              36
BLOCK 3D                                                                    13 September – 24 September 2010
    90317           NUE403 Installation design (continued)                                                                  36
    87548           NE171 Installation testing & verification                                                               36
                                                 Additional Information
Class Times;
8:00am – 4.30pm Monday – Thursday, 8:00am – 12:00pm Fridays, if the apprentice is required to stay back on Friday, the
Apprentice is responsible for contacting his/her employer.

Some Block Dates may fall on Public holidays; Apprentices are not required to attend these public holidays. If a Block is scheduled on
a Monday Public Holiday, Apprentices are required to attend until 4.30pm on the Friday of that week.

                                                          TUTORIALS
 Central West College is committed to delivering tutorials for all Apprentices. Tutorials are primarily to support students on
  hold. Alternative arrangements may be made for accelerated learning and extra work in preparation prior to upcoming
blocks but only with prior agreement of the lecturers. To participate and enable preparation in tutorials, Apprentices MUST
contact one of the Electrical Lecturers by 4pm on the Monday prior to the tutorial. If lecturers are not contacted, the tutorial
                                                   will not be conducted.
Tutorials: Every Tuesday night between 5.30pm – 8:30pm, excluding term breaks




                                                        Page 21
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              CERTIFICATE III IN ELECTRO-TECHNOLOGY
                          (ELECTRICIAN)
                                                        COURSE M035
                                             CONTACT DETAILS
          TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
          Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
          Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
          Electrical Lecturer…………………………………………………………………………..9956 2768



                                              STAGE 3 – Group 2
                                                                                                                       NOMINAL
      SIN                                                      UNIT
                                                                                                                        HOURS

BLOCK 3A (Labour Day 1 March Public Hol)                                                22 February – 5 March 2010
    90336           NUE190 Telecoms Standards & Regulations                                                                 18
    90338           NUE192 Telecoms system overview                                                                         18
    61790           NTC111 Telecoms installations                                                                           36
BLOCK 3B                                                                                          17 May – 28 May 2010
    90312           NUE046 AC machines                                                                                      36
    73071           NUE194 Structured cabling endorsement                                                                   36
BLOCK 3C                                                                                 2 August – 13 August 2010
    90312           NUE046 AC machines (continued)                                                                          36
    90317           NUE403 Installation design                                                                              36
BLOCK 3D (Queens B/day 27 September 2010 Public Hol)
                                            27 September – 8 October 2010
    90317           NUE403 Installation design (continued)                                                                  36
    87548           NE171 Installation testing & verification                                                               36
                                                 Additional Information
Class Times;
8:00am – 4.30pm Monday – Thursday, 8:00am – 12:00pm Fridays, if the apprentice is required to stay back on Friday, the
Apprentice is responsible for contacting his/her employer.

Some Block Dates may fall on Public holidays; Apprentices are not required to attend these public holidays. If a Block is scheduled on
a Monday Public Holiday, Apprentices are required to attend until 4.30pm on the Friday of that week.

                                                          TUTORIALS
 Central West College is committed to delivering tutorials for all Apprentices. Tutorials are primarily to support students on
  hold. Alternative arrangements may be made for accelerated learning and extra work in preparation prior to upcoming
blocks but only with prior agreement of the lecturers. To participate and enable preparation in tutorials, Apprentices MUST
contact one of the Electrical Lecturers by 4pm on the Monday prior to the tutorial. If lecturers are not contacted, the tutorial
                                                   will not be conducted.
Tutorials: Every Tuesday night between 5.30pm – 8:30pm, excluding term breaks




                                                        Page 22
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              CERTIFICATE III IN ELECTRO-TECHNOLOGY
                          (ELECTRICIAN)
                                                        COURSE M035
                                             CONTACT DETAILS
          TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
          Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
          Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
          Electrical Lecturer…………………………………………………………………………..9956 2768



                                              STAGE 3 – Group 3
                                                                                                                       NOMINAL
      SIN                                                      UNIT
                                                                                                                        HOURS

BLOCK 3A                                                                                   15 March – 26 March 2010
    90336           NUE190 Telecoms Standards & Regulations                                                                 18
    90338           NUE192 Telecoms system overview                                                                         18
    61790           NTC111 Telecoms installations                                                                           36
BLOCK 3B (Foundation Day 7 June 2010 Public Hol)                                                 31 May – 11 June 2010
    90312           NUE046 Ac machines                                                                                      36
    73071           NUE194 Structured cabling endorsement                                                                   36
BLOCK 3C                                                                               16 August – 27 August 2010
    90312           NUE046 Ac machines (continued)                                                                          36
    90317           NUE403 Installation design                                                                              36
BLOCK 3D                                                                            11 October – 22 October 2010
    90317           NUE403 Installation design (continued)                                                                  36
    87548           NE171 Installation testing & verification                                                               36
                                                 Additional Information
Class Times;
8:00am – 4.30pm Monday – Thursday, 8:00am – 12:00pm Fridays, if the apprentice is required to stay back on Friday, the
Apprentice is responsible for contacting his/her employer.

Some Block Dates may fall on Public holidays; Apprentices are not required to attend these public holidays. If a Block is scheduled on
a Monday Public Holiday, Apprentices are required to attend until 4.30pm on the Friday of that week.

                                                          TUTORIALS
 Central West College is committed to delivering tutorials for all Apprentices. Tutorials are primarily to support students on
  hold. Alternative arrangements may be made for accelerated learning and extra work in preparation prior to upcoming
blocks but only with prior agreement of the lecturers. To participate and enable preparation in tutorials, Apprentices MUST
contact one of the Electrical Lecturers by 4pm on the Monday prior to the tutorial. If lecturers are not contacted, the tutorial
                                                   will not be conducted.




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              CERTIFICATE III IN ELECTRO-TECHNOLOGY
                          (ELECTRICIAN)
                                                      COURSE M035
                                            CONTACT DETAILS
          TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2773
          Academic Director – Matt Silvester……………………..……………………..……..….9956 2855
          Program Assistant – Lesley McLean……………………..…………..………………….9956 2856
          Electrical Lecturer…………………………………………………………………………..9956 2768



                                          Capstone Assessment
        SIN                                                             UNIT

Capstone 1 Maximum of 12 Apprentices                                                         29 March – 2 April 2010
(Good Friday 2 April 2010 Public Hol)
      90353             NUE505A Systems safety – revision
      90318             NUE505B Systems safety -assessment
Capstone 2 Maximum of 18 Apprentices                                          29 November – 3 December 2010
      90353             NUE505A Systems safety – revision
      90318             NUE505B Systems safety – assessment
                                                Additional Information
Capstone Schedule;
Monday: Theory
Tuesday: Theory
Wed/Thu/Fri: Practical, 6 Apprentices on each day (Class is Split)

Note: Unfortunately Capstone 1 coincides with a Public Holiday unable to re-schedule, 4 Day Week = Maximum of 12
Apprentices


                                                         TUTORIALS
  Central West College is committed to delivering tutorials for all Apprentices. Tutorials are primarily to support students on
hold. Alternative arrangements may be made for accelerated learning and extra work in preparation prior to upcoming blocks
 but only with prior agreement of the lecturers. To participate and enable preparation in tutorials, Apprentices MUST contact
 one of the Electrical Lecturers by 4pm on the Monday prior to the tutorial. If lecturers are not contacted, the tutorial will not
                                                          be conducted.
Tutorials: Every Tuesday night between 5.30pm – 8:30pm, excluding term breaks




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           MINING, ENGINEERING,
             TRANSPORT & ART
                                  CONTACT DETAILS
       TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
       Academic Director – Nicci Godsman …………………..……………………………….9956 2741
       Program Assistant – Kelly Pearce……………………………..…………..…………….9956 2743
       Automotive Lecturer…………………………………………….…………………………9956 6120


                   CERTIFICATE III in AUTOMOTIVE
                     MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY
                               COURSE W214 (All Streams)

                                              STAGE 1

 SIN                                             UNIT                                                 NOMINAL
                                                                                                       HOURS

BLOCK 1A                                                                       12 April – 23 April 2010
W2828     AURC 270103A Apply safe working practices                                                     20
W5026     AURT 271781A Implement & monitor environmental regulations in auto industry                   20
W2980     AURT 201170A Inspect & service engines                                                        20
D1027     BSBWOR204A Use business technology                                                            30
BLOCK 1B                                                                        21 June – 2 July 2010
W2982     AURT 202170A Inspect and service cooling systems                                              20
W2981     AURT 202166A Repair cooling systems                                                           20
W5017     AURT222670A Service air conditioning systems                                                  20
W2994     AURT210170A Inspect & service braking systems                                                 20

BLOCK 1C                                                            23 August – 3 September 2010
W5051     AURT306170A Inspect, service &/or repair clutch assemblies & assoc system                     30
          components
W2989     AURT206670A Inspect & service transmission – (manual)                                         20
W5060     AURT310166A Repair hydraulic braking systems                                                  30

BLOCK 1D                                                              18 October – 29 October 2010
W2984     AURT203170B Service petrol fuel systems                                                       20
W2985     AURT203670A Service diesel fuel injection systems                                             16
W9845     AURV223608A Carry out oxy acetylene welding, thermal cutting and thermal                      30
          heating procedures

BLOCK 1E                                                        29 November – 10 December 2010
W2853     AURE218676A Test, service & charge batteries                                                  20
W2854     AURE218708A Carry out repairs to single electrical circuits                                   20
W5084     AURT366108A Carry out diagnostic procedures                                                   30
W2823     AURC251356A Read in the workplace – CAVSS support in block 2                                  12

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                 CERTIFICATE III in AUTOMOTIVE
                   MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY
                           (LIGHT)
                                        COURSE W214
    TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
    Academic Director – Nicci Godsman …………………..……………………………….9956 2741
    Program Assistant – Kelly Pearce……………………………..…………..…………….9956 2743
    Automotive Lecturer…………………………………………….…………………………9956 6120



                                            STAGE 2

 SIN                                           UNIT                                             NOMINAL
                                                                                                 HOURS

BLOCK 2A(Labour Day 1 March Public Hol)                                    1 March – 12 March 2010
W5065   AURT315166A Repair steering systems                                                         30
W5066   AURT316166A Repair suspension systems                                                       30
W5006   AURT217108A Carry out wheel alignment operations                                            20
BLOCK 2B                                                                       24 May – 4 June 2010
W5007   AURT217606A Balance wheels & tyres                                                          20
W2985   AURT203170A Service diesel fuel injection systems                                           16
W2873   AURE320666A Repair ignition systems                                                         30

BLOCK 2C                                                                      12 July – 23 July 2010
W5022   AURT225667A Use and maintain measuring equipment                                            16
W5032   AURT301166A Repair engines and associated components                                        30
W5053   AURT307166A Repair transmissions (automatic)                                                30

BLOCK 2D                                                   13 September – 24 September 2010
W5051   AURT306170A Inspect, service &/or repair clutch assemblies & assoc system                   30
        components
W5060   AURT310166A Repair hydraulic braking systems                                                30
W2867   AURE319166A Repair charging systems                                                         15

BLOCK 2E                                                       1 November – 12 November 2010
W5049   AURT304666A Repair & replace emission control systems                                       30
W5050   AURT305671A Inspect & repair engine forced induction systems                                24
W5037   AURT303166A Repair petrol fuel systems                                                      30
W2986   AURT204670A Inspect & service emission control systems                                      10




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                 CERTIFICATE III in AUTOMOTIVE
                   MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY
                           (LIGHT)
                                        COURSE W214
    TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
    Academic Director – Nicci Godsman …………………..……………………………….9956 2741
    Program Assistant – Kelly Pearce……………………………..…………..…………….9956 2743
    Automotive Lecturer…………………………………………….…………………………9956 6120



                                            STAGE 3

 SIN                                           UNIT                                             NOMINAL
                                                                                                 HOURS

BLOCK 3A                                                         15 February – 26 February 2010
W5052   AURT306666A Repair transmissions – manual                                                   30
W5064   AURT313166A Repair final drives drivelines                                                  20
W5063   AURT312666A Repair final drive assemblies                                                   30
BLOCK 3B (Anzac Day 26 April 2010 Public Hol)                                  26 April – 7 May 2010
W2878   AURE321271A Service & repair electronic drive management systems                            45
W2877   AURE 321171A Service and repair electronic spark ignition engine                            30
        management systems




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                 CERTIFICATE III in AUTOMOTIVE
                   MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY
                   (HEAVY AND AGRICULTURE)
                                        COURSE W214
    TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
    Academic Director – Nicci Godsman …………………..……………………………….9956 2741
    Program Assistant – Kelly Pearce……………………………..…………..…………….9956 2743
    Automotive Lecturer…………………………………………….…………………………9956 6120



                                            STAGE 2
 SIN                                            UNIT                                                NOMINAL
                                                                                                     HOURS

BLOCK 2A                                                                 15 March – 26 March 2010
W5065   AURT315166A Repair steering systems                                                           30
W5066   AURT316166A Repair suspension systems                                                         30
W5008   AURT217665A Remove, fit & inspect wheel assemblies (not Ag)                                   20
W5030   AURT300671A Inspect, service & repair spray & spreading equipment (Ag only)                   20
BLOCK 2B (Foundation Day 7 June 2010 Public Hol)                              7 June – 18 June 2010
                                         Heavy Only
W2985   AURT203170A Service diesel fuel injection systems                                             16
W2997   AURT211170A Inspect & service air braking systems                                             20
W5062   AURT311166A Repair air braking systems                                                        30
                                     Agricultural Only
W2885   AURE321971A Inspect, service & repair electronic management, monitoring &                     30
        tracking devices
W5028   AURT300471A Inspect, service & repair harvesting equipment                                    20
W5029   AURT300571A Inspect, service & repair crop planting & seeding equipment                       20

BLOCK 2C                                                                2 August – 13 August 2010
W5022   AURT225667A Use and maintain measuring equipment                                              16
W5032   AURT301166A Repair engines and associated components                                          30
W2851   AURE218664A Remove & replace electrical/electronic units                                      20

BLOCK 2D                                                             4 October – 15 October 2010
W5038   AURT303666A Repair diesel fuel systems                                                        30
W2992   AURT209170A Service hydraulic systems                                                         20
W5060   AURT310166A Repair hydraulic braking systems                                                  30

BLOCK 2E                                                     15 November – 26 November 2010
W5050   AURT305671A Inspect & repair engine forced induction systems                                  24
W2988   AURT205166A Repair exhaust system components                                                  20
W5096   AURT409166A Repair hydraulic systems                                                          40




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                    CERTIFICATE III in AUTOMOTIVE
                      MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY
                      (HEAVY AND AGRICULTURE)
                                           COURSE W214
        TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
        Academic Director – Nicci Godsman …………………..……………………………….9956 2741
        Program Assistant – Kelly Pearce……………………………..…………..…………….9956 2743
        Automotive Lecturer…………………………………………….…………………………9956 6120



                                               STAGE 3

  SIN                                              UNIT                                                NOMINAL
                                                                                                        HOURS

BLOCK 3A                                                            15 February – 26 February 2010
W5051      AURT306170A Inspect, service &/or repair clutch assemblies & associated                       30
           system components
W5052      AURT30666A Repair transmissions (manual)                                                      30
W2979      AURT201164A Remove & install engine assemblies (not Ag)                                       24
BLOCK 3B                                                                         10 May – 21 May 2010
W5064      AURT313166A Repair final drive (driveline)                                                    20
W5063      AURT312666A Repair final drive assemblies                                                     30
W5049      AURT304666A Repair & replace emission control systems                                         30
W2986      AURT204670A Inspect & service emission control systems                                        10




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                   CERTIFICATE III IN ENGINEERING
                     (FITTING AND MACHINING)
                                           COURSE W237
        TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
        Academic Director – Nicci Godsman …………………..……………………………….9956 2741
        Program Assistant – Kelly Pearce……………………………..…………..…………….9956 2743
        Fitting & Machining Lecturer………………………………………………………………9956 2858



                                              STAGE 1
                                                                                                  NOMINAL
  SIN                                            UNIT
                                                                                                   HOURS
BLOCK 1A                                                                    15 March – 26 March 2010

W5563     MEM18001C Use hand tools                                                                    18
W5532     MEM15002A Apply quality systems                                                             16
W5574     MEM18002B Use power tools/hand held operations                                              18
W5449     MEM12024A Perform computations (first half)                                              (27) 13.5
BLOCK 1B (Foundation Day 7 June 2010 Public Hol)                                 31 May – 11 June 2010

W5492     MEM12023A Perform engineering measurements                                                  48
W5498     MEM12006B Mark off/out (general engineering)                                                36
W5449     MEM12024A Perform computations (second half)                                             (27) 13.5
BLOCK 1C                                                                          19 July – 30 July 2010

W5452     MEM16008A Interact with computing technology                                                 18
W5451     MEM16006A Organise and communicate information                                               18
W5418     MEM09002B Interpret technical drawing                                                        36
BLOCK 1D                                                         6 September – 17 September 2010

W5385     MEM07005B Perform general machining                                                          72
          MEM06007B Perform basic incidental heat/quenching, tempering and
W5352                                                                                                  18
          annealing
BLOCK 1E                                                          1 November – 12 November 2010

W5333     MEM05007C Perform manual heating and thermal cutting                                         18
W5326     MEM05050B Perform routine gas metal arc welding                                              18
W5294     MEM05012C Perform routine manual metal arc welding                                           18
W5324     MEM05049B Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding                                           18




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                   CERTIFICATE III IN ENGINEERING
                     (FITTING AND MACHINING)
                                           COURSE W237
        TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
        Academic Director – Nicci Godsman …………………..……………………………….9956 2741
        Program Assistant – Kelly Pearce……………………………..…………..…………….9956 2743
        Fitting & Machining Lecturer………..………………………….…………………………9956 2858


                                              STAGE 2
                                                                                                  NOMINAL
 SIN                                             UNIT
                                                                                                   HOURS
BLOCK 2A (Labour Day 1 March 2010 Public Hol)                             22 February – 5 March 2010

W5584     MEM18003C Use tools for precision work                                                       36
W5387     MEM07007B Perform milling operations                                                         36
BLOCK 2B                                                                          10 May – 21 May 2010

W5513     MEM14005A Plan a complete activity                                                           36
W5386     MEM07006B Perform lathe operations                                                           36
BLOCK 2C                                                                  2 August – 13 August 2010

W5326     MEM05050B Perform routine gas metal arc welding                                              18
W5294     MEM05012C Perform routine manual metal arc welding                                           18
W5324     MEM05049B Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding                                           18
BLOCK 2D                                                                4 October – 15 October 2010

W5555     MEM18012B Perform installation and removal of mechanical seals                               18
W5621     MEM18007B Maintain and repair mechanical drives and transmission
                                                                                                       36
          assemblies
W5606     MEM18005B Perform fault diagnosis, installation and removal of bearings                      36
W5556     MEM18013B Perform gland packing                                                              18



                                              STAGE 3
                                                                                                  NOMINAL
  SIN                                            UNIT
                                                                                                   HOURS
BLOCK 3A                                                              1 February – 12 February 2010
W5495     MEM12003B Perform precision mechanical measurement                                           18
W5616     MEM18006B Repair and fit engineering components                                              54
W5552     MEM17003A Assist in the provision of on the job training                                     18
BLOCK 3B (Anzac Day 26 April 2010 Public Hol)                                   19 April – 30 April 2010
W5366     MEM07021B Perform complex lathe coperations                                                  36
W5356     MEM07011B Perform complex milling operations                                                 36
BLOCK 3C                                                                          21 June – 2 July 2010
W5561     MEM18018C Maintain pneumatic system components                                               36
W5564     MEM18020B Maintain hydraulic system components                                               36




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                CERTIFICATE III IN ENGINEERING
                    (FABRICATION TRADE)
                                        COURSE W238

                                CONTACT DETAILS
  TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
  Academic Director – Nicci Godsman …………………..……………………………….9956 2741
  Program Assistant – Kelly Pearce……………………………..…………..…………….9956 2743
  Metal Fabrication Lecturer……………….…………………….…………………………9956 6108


                                      STAGE 1 Group 1
                                                                                                NOMINAL
 SIN                                            UNIT
                                                                                                 HOURS
BLOCK 1A (Labour Day 1 March 2010 Public Hol)
                                                                       22 February – 5 March 2010
W5563      MEM18001C Use hand tools                                                                   18
W5331      MEM05005B Carry out mechanical cutting                                                     18
W5574      MEM18002B Use power tools/hand held                                                        18
W5502      MEM13014A Apply principles of OH&S in the work environment                                  4
W5512      MEM14004A Plan to undertake a routine task                                                  4
W5531      MEM15024A Apply quality procedures                                                          4
           MEM16007A Work with others in a manufacturing, engineering or related
W5548                                                                                                 4
           environment
BLOCK 1B (Anzac Day 26 April 2010 Public Hol)
                                                                               26 April – 7 May 2010
W5492      MEM12023A Perform engineering measurements                                               (48) 36
W5333      MEM05007C Perform manual heating and thermal cutting                                        18
W5325      MEM05004C Perform routine oxy acetylene welding                                           (18) 9
BLOCK 1C                                                                    14 June – 25 June 2010
W5449      MEM12024A Perform computations                                                           (27) 9
W5492      MEM12023A Perform engineering measurements                                               (48) 9
W5418      MEM09002B Interpret technical drawing                                                      36
W5326      MEM05050B Perform routine gas metal arc welding                                            18
BLOCK 1D                                                    13 September – 24 September 2010
W5449      MEM12024A Perform computations                                                           (27) 18
W5294      MEM05012C Perform routine manual metal arc welding                                         18
W5324      MEM05049B Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding                                         18
W5452      MEM16008A Interact with computing technology                                               18
W5451      MEM16006A Organise and communicate information                                             18
BLOCK 1E                                                      15 November – 26 November 2010
           MEM05008C Perform advanced manual thermal cutting, gouging and
W5334                                                                                                 18
           shaping
W5327      MEM05051A Select welding processes                                                         18
W5328      MEM05052A Apply safe welding practices                                                     36




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                  CERTIFICATE III IN ENGINEERING
                      (FABRICATION TRADE)
                                          COURSE W238
                                  CONTACT DETAILS
   TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
   Academic Director – Nicci Godsman …………………..……………………………….9956 2741
   Program Assistant – Kelly Pearce……………………………..…………..…………….9956 2743
   Metal Fabrication Lecturer………………………….………….…………………………9956 6108

PLEASE NOTE – GROUP 2 WILL ONLY COMMENCE IF NUMBERS PERMIT

                                        STAGE 1 Group 2
                                                                                                 NOMINAL
   SIN                                            UNIT
                                                                                                  HOURS
 BLOCK 1A (Good Friday 2 April & Easter Monday 5 April 2010 Public Hols)
                                                       29 March – 9 April 2010
 W5563       MEM18001C Use hand tools                                                                   18
 W5331       MEM05005B Carry out mechanical cutting                                                     18
 W5574       MEM18002B Use power tools/hand held                                                        18
 W5502       MEM13014A Apply principles of OH&S in the work environment                                  4
 W5512       MEM14004A Plan to undertake a routine task                                                  4
 W5531       MEM15024A Apply quality procedures                                                          4
             MEM16007A Work with others in a manufacturing, engineering or related
 W5548                                                                                                  4
             Environment
 BLOCK 1B                                                                        24 May – 4 June 2010
 W5492       MEM12023A Perform engineering measurements                                                 48
 W5333       MEM05007C Perform manual heating and thermal cutting                                       18
 W5325       MEM05004C Perform routine oxy acetylene welding                                          (18) 9
 BLOCK 1C                                                                         5 July – 16 July 2010
 W5449       MEM12024A Perform computations                                                           (27) 9
 W5492       MEM12023A Perform engineering measurements                                               (48) 9
 W5418       MEM09002B Interpret technical drawing                                                      36
 W5326       MEM05050B Perform routine gas metal arc welding                                            18
 BLOCK 1D                                                               4 October – 15 October 2010
 W5449       MEM12024A Perform computations                                                           (27) 18
 W5294       MEM05012C Perform routine manual metal arc welding                                         18
 W5324       MEM05049B Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding                                         18
 W5452       MEM16008A Interact with computing technology                                               18
 W5451       MEM16006A Organise and communicate information                                             18
 BLOCK 1E                                                       29 November – 10 December 2010
             MEM05008C Perform advanced manual thermal cutting, gouging and
  W5334                                                                                                 18
             shaping
  W5327      MEM05051A Select welding processes                                                         18
  W5328      MEM05052A Apply safe welding practices                                                     36




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                CERTIFICATE III IN ENGINEERING
                    (FABRICATION TRADE)
                                        COURSE W238

                                CONTACT DETAILS
  TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
  Academic Director – Nicci Godsman …………………..……………………………….9956 2741
  Program Assistant – Kelly Pearce……………………………..…………..…………….9956 2743
  Metal Fabrication Lecturer………………………………….….…………………………9956 6108



                                      STAGE 2 Group 1
                                                                                               NOMINAL
 SIN                                            UNIT
                                                                                                HOURS
BLOCK 2A                                                                   8 March – 19 March 2010
W5311      MEM05037B Perform geometric development                                                  (54) 18
W5292      MEM05010B Apply fabrication, forming and shaping techniques                              (72) 36
           MEM05008C Perform advanced manual thermal cutting, gouging and
W5334                                                                                                 18
           shaping
W5532      MEM15002 Apply quality systems                                                             16
BLOCK 2B                                                                       10 May – 21 May 2010
W5327      MEM05051A Select welding processes                                                        (18) 6
W5328      MEM05052A Apply safe welding practices                                                   (36) 12
W5299      MEM05017C Weld using gas metal arc welding process                                          36
W5297      MEM05015C Weld using manual metal arc welding process                                    (36) 18
BLOCK 2C                                                                        5 July – 16 July 2010
W5297      MEM05015C Weld using manual metal arc welding process                                    (36) 18
W5327      MEM05051A Select welding processes                                                       (18) 12
W5328      MEM05052A Apply safe welding practices                                                   (36) 24
W5301      MEM05019C Weld using gas tungsten arc welding                                            (36) 18
BLOCK 2D                                                              16 August – 27 August 2010
W5301      MEM05019C Weld using gas tungsten arc welding                                            (36) 18
W5499      MEM12007C Mark off/out structural fabrications and shapes                                (72) 54
BLOCK 2E                                                            18 October – 29 October 2010
W5499      MEM12007C Mark off/out structural fabrications and shapes                                (72) 18
W5293      MEM05011C Assemble fabricated components                                                 (72) 54




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                CERTIFICATE III IN ENGINEERING
                    (FABRICATION TRADE)
                                        COURSE W238

                                CONTACT DETAILS
  TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
  Academic Director – Nicci Godsman …………………..……………………………….9956 2741
  Program Assistant – Kelly Pearce……………………………..…………..…………….9956 2743
  Metal Fabrication Lecturer……………………..……………….…………………………9956 6108


                                      STAGE 2 Group 2
                                                                                               NOMINAL
 SIN                                            UNIT
                                                                                                HOURS
BLOCK 2A (Good Friday 2 April 2010 Public Hol)                              22 March – 2 April 2010
W5311      MEM05037B Perform geometric development                                                  (54) 18
W5292      MEM05010B Apply fabrication, forming and shaping techniques                              (72) 36
           MEM05008C Perform advanced manual thermal cutting, gouging and
W5334                                                                                                 18
           shaping
W5532      MEM15002A Apply quality systems                                                            16
BLOCK 2B                                                                       24 May – 4 June 2010
W5327      MEM05051A Select welding processes                                                        (18) 6
W5328      MEM05052A Apply safe welding practices                                                   (36) 12
W5299      MEM05017C Weld using gas metal arc welding process                                          36
W5297      MEM05015C Weld using manual metal arc welding process                                    (36) 18
BLOCK 2C                                                                       19 July – 30 July 2010
W5297      MEM05015C Weld using manual metal arc welding process                                    (36) 18
W5327      MEM05051A Select welding processes                                                       (18) 12
W5328      MEM05052A Apply safe welding practices                                                   (36) 24
W5301      MEM05019C Weld using gas tungsten arc welding                                            (36) 18
BLOCK 2D                                                         30 August – 10 September 2010
W5301      MEM05019C Weld using gas tungsten arc welding                                            (36) 18
W5499      MEM12007C Mark off/out structural fabrications and shapes                                (72) 54
BLOCK 2E                                                       1 November – 12 November 2010
W5499      MEM12007C Mark off/out structural fabrications and shapes                                (72) 18
W5293      MEM05011C Assemble fabricated components                                                 (72) 54




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                CERTIFICATE III IN ENGINEERING
                    (FABRICATION TRADE)
                           COURSE W238 (Pathway WT77)

                                CONTACT DETAILS
  TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
  Academic Director – Nicci Godsman …………………..……………………………….9956 2741
  Program Assistant – Kelly Pearce……………………………..…………..…………….9956 2743
  Metal Fabrication Lecturer……………………………………..…………………………9956 6108



                                      STAGE 3 Group 1
                                                                                                NOMINAL
 SIN                                            UNIT
                                                                                                 HOURS
BLOCK 3A                                                           1 February – 12 February 2010
W5293      MEM05011C Assemble fabricated components                                                 (72) 18
W5513      MEM14005A Plan a complete activity                                                       (32) 18
           MEM05016C Perform advanced welding using manual metal arc welding
W5298                                                                                                 36
           process
W5552      MEM17003A Assist in the provision of on the job training                                   18
BLOCK 3B (Anzac Day 26 April 2010 Public Hol)
                                                                               26 April – 7 May 2010
W5300      MEM05018C Perform advanced welding using gas metal arc welding process                     36
W5322      MEM05047B Weld using flux core arc welding process                                         36



                                      STAGE 3 Group 2
                                                                                                NOMINAL
 SIN                                            UNIT
                                                                                                 HOURS
BLOCK 3A                                                         15 February – 26 February 2010
W5293      MEM05011C Assemble fabricated components                                                 (72) 18
W5513      MEM14005A Plan a complete activity                                                       (32) 18
           MEM05016C Perform advanced welding using manual metal arc welding
W5298                                                                                                 36
           process
BLOCK 3B (Foundation Day 7 June 2010 Public Hol)
                                                                              7 June – 19 June 2010
W5300      MEM05018C Perform advanced welding using gas metal arc welding process                     36
W5322      MEM05047B Weld using flux core arc welding process                                         36




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                CERTIFICATE III IN ENGINEERING
                    (FABRICATION TRADE)
                           COURSE W238 (Pathway WT78)

                                CONTACT DETAILS
  TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
  Academic Director – Nicci Godsman …………………..……………………………….9956 2741
  Program Assistant – Kelly Pearce……………………………..…………..…………….9956 2743
  Metal Fabrication Lecturer………………….………………….…………………………9956 6108



                                 STAGE 3 (Sheetmetal)
                                                                                                NOMINAL
 SIN                                            UNIT
                                                                                                 HOURS
BLOCK 3SA                                                        15 February – 26 February 2010
W5293      MEM05011C Assemble fabricated components                                                 (72) 18
W5513      MEM14005A Plan a complete activity                                                       (32) 18
           MEM30012A Apply mathematical techniques in a manufacturing, engineering
W5428                                                                                               (60) 36
           or related environment
W5552      MEM17003A Assist in the provision of on the job training                                   18
BLOCK 3B (Anzac Day 26 April 2010 Public Hol)
                                                                               26 April – 7 May 2010
W5332      MEM05006B Perform brazing and/or silver soldering                                          18
           MEM05038B Perform advanced geometric development –
W5312                                                                                                 18
           cylindrical/rectangular
W5313      MEM05039B Perform advanced geometric development – conical                                 18
W5315      MEM05040B Perform advanced geometric development – transitions                             36




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        CERTIFICATE III IN GENERAL PLUMBING &
                      GASFITTING
                                         COURSE 1416

                                CONTACT DETAILS

  TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
  Academic Director – Nicci Godsman …………………..……………………………….9956 2741
  Program Assistant – Kelly Pearce……………………………..…………..…………….9956 2743
  Plumbing Lecturer – Simon Cook………….………………….…………………………9956 2769




                                              STAGE 1
                                                                                               NOMINAL
 SIN                                            UNIT
                                                                                                HOURS
BLOCK 1A                                                                   1 March – 12 March 2010
W1252      BCPCM3002A Carry out OH&S requirements                                                   8 (24)
W1254      BCPCM2005A Handle and store plumbing materials                                           6 (6)
W1255      BCPCM2006A Use plumbing hand and power tools                                             4 (12)
W1259      BCPCM2010A Mark out materials                                                            8 (8)
W1257      BCPCM2008A Cut and join sheet metal                                                      8 (8)
W1353      BCGC02003B Carry out concreting to simple forms                                            24
W1253      BCPCM2004A Read plans and calculate plumbing quantities                                  6 (6)
W1261      BCPCM2012A Weld using oxy-acetylene equipment                                               8
W1256      BCPM2007A Carry out levelling                                                            4 (8)
BLOCK 1B (Anzac Day 26 April 2010 Public Hol)
                                                                                26 April – 7 May 2010
W1260      BCPCM2011A Apply first aid in the workplace                                                24
W1251      BCOCM2002A Carry out interactive workplace communication                                 4 (8)
W1252      BCPCM3002A Carry out OH&S requirements                                                   4 (20)
W1259      BCPCM2010A Mark out materials                                                               8
W1255      BCPCM2006A Use plumbing hand and power tools                                             8 (4)
W1269      BCPDR2004A Install stormwater and sub-soil drainage systems                                12
W1257      BCPCM2008A Cut and join sheet metal                                                         8
W1253      BCPCM2004A Read plans and calculate plumbing quantities                                     6
W1256      BCPM2007A Carry out levelling                                                               8
BLOCK 1C                                                                   26 July – 5 August 2010
W1266      BCPDR2001A Locate and clear blockages                                                     10
W1937      BCPRF2001A Work safely on roofs                                                           20
W1252      BCPCM3002A Carry out OH&S requirements                                                   12 (8)
W1265      BCPCM3003A Fabricate and install non-ferrous pressure piping                               8
W1255      BCPCM2006A Use plumbing hand and power tools                                               4
W1254      BCPCM2005A Handle and store plumbing materials                                             6
W1251      BCOCM2002A Carry out interactive workplace communication                                   8
W1250      BCPCM2001A Work effectively in the plumbing and services sector                          12 (4)
BLOCK 1D                                                     13 September – 24 September 2010
W2779      BCPSN3002A Install discharge pipes                                                        32
W2781      BCPSN3004A Install and fit off sanitary fixtures                                          36
W1252      BCPCM3002A Carry out OH&S requirements                                                     8
W1250      BCPCM2001A Work effectively in the plumbing and services sector                            4


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       CERTIFICATE III IN GENERAL PLUMBING &
                     GASFITTING
                                        COURSE 1416

                               CONTACT DETAILS

  TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
  Academic Director – Nicci Godsman …………………..……………………………….9956 2741
  Program Assistant – Kelly Pearce……………………………..…………..…………….9956 2743
  Plumbing Lecturer – Simon Cook………….………………….…………………………9956 2769




                                             STAGE 2
                                                                                               NOMINAL
 SIN                                           UNIT
                                                                                                HOURS
BLOCK 2A (Good Friday 2 April 2010 Public Hol)                              22 March – 2 April 2010
          UNITS TO BE ADVISED
BLOCK 2B                                                                       21 June – 2 July 2010
          UNITS TO BE ADVISED
BLOCK 2C                                                         23 August – 2 September 2010
          UNITS TO BE ADVISED
BLOCK 2D                                                           18 October – 29 October 2010
          UNITS TO BE ADVISED




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  HOSPITALITY, BUSINESS AND
         COMPUTING
                                           CONTACT DETAILS
         TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
         Academic Director – Kelly Edwards …………………..……………………………..….9956 2809
         Program Assistant – Popsy Ihanimo…………………………..…………..…………….9956 2783
         Hospitality Lecturer……………..……………………………….…………………………9956 6155


                         CERTIFICATE III IN HOSPITALITY
                            (COMMERCIAL COOKERY)
                                                      COURSE S607
Please note that HLTFA301B – Apply First Aid, will be offered with all Semester 1 blocks
and will only need to be enrolled in once. If Apply First Aid is not completed in Semester 1,
it will be the responsibility of the Apprentice to complete this unit outside of block release.

                                                      STAGE 1

                                                                                                                  NOMINAL
   SIN                                                     UNIT
                                                                                                                   HOURS
BLOCK 1A                                                                       1 February - 19 February 2010
                                                                                  or 20 July - 6 August 2010
  C9253         HLTFA301B Apply First Aid                                                                              20
  S6342         SITHCCC001A Organise and prepare food                                                                  20
  S6343         SITHCCC002A Present food                                                                                6
  S6345         SITHCCC004A Clean and maintain kitchen premises                                                        10
  S6346         SITHCCC005A Use basic methods of cookery* (3 Fridays)                                                  44
  S6492         SITXCOM001A Work with colleagues and customers                                                         15
  S6493         SITXCOM002A Work in a socially diverse environment                                                     10
  S6731         SITXOHS001A Follow health, safety and security procedures                                              15
  S6732         SITXOHS002A Follow workplace hygiene procedures                                                        15
BLOCK 1B (Anzac Day Monday 26 April 2010 Public Hol) 19 April – 7 May 2010
                                           or 11 October - 29 October 2010
  C9253         HLTFA301B Apply First Aid                                                                              20
  S6344         SITHCCC003A Receive and store kitchen supplies                                                         10
  S6347         SITHCCC006A Prepare appetisers and salads                                                              26
  S6349         SITHCCC008A Prepare stocks, sauces and soups                                                           32
  S6350         SITHCCC009A Prepare vegetables, fruit, eggs and farinaceous dishes                                     40
                SITHIND001A Develop and update hospitality industry knowledge
  S6419         *(3 Fridays) * Food Magazine Subscription-$14.00                                                       15
                * Semester Two Camp - $160.00 – 11 August to 13 August 2010
  S6528         SITXFSA001A Implement food safety procedures                                                           25
  S6362         SITHCCC021A Handle and serve cheese (elective)                                                          5
                                             Additional Information
   * Apprentices need to complete 29 core units and 2 elective and thus the Friday session allows them to pass the additional
   subjects




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                         CERTIFICATE III IN HOSPITALITY
                            COMMERCIAL COOKERY
                                                      COURSE S607
                                           CONTACT DETAILS
        TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
        Academic Director – Kelly Edwards …………………..……………………………..….9956 2809
        Program Assistant – Popsy Ihanimo…………………………..…………..…………….9956 2783
        Hospitality Lecturer……………..……………………………….…………………………9956 6155

Please note that HLTFA301B – Apply First Aid, will be offered with all Semester 1 blocks
and will only need to be enrolled in once. If Apply First Aid is not completed in Semester 1,
it will be the responsibility of the Apprentice to complete this unit outside of block release.

                                                       STAGE 2

                                                                                                                     NOMINAL
    SIN                                                       UNIT
                                                                                                                      HOURS
BLOCK 2A                                                                            15 March – 1 April 2010
                                                                          or 23 August - 10 September 2010
  C9253          HLTFA301B Apply First Aid                                                                                20
  S6351          SITHCCC010A Select, prepare and cook poultry                                                             32
  S6352          SITHCCC011A Prepare and cook seafood                                                                     32
  S6353          SITHCCC012A Select, prepare and cook meat * (3 Fridays)                                                  40
  S6357          SITHCCC016A Develop cost effective menus                                                                 30
                 SITHCCC027A Prepare, cook and serve food for food service – to be
  S6368                                                                                                                   24
                 completed by workplace assessment
  S6370          SITHCCC029A Prepare foods according to dietary and cultural needs                                        36
BLOCK 2B (Foundation Day 7 June 2010 Public Hol)    8 June – 25 June 2010
                                        or 8 November – 26 November 2010
  C9253          HLTFA301B Apply First Aid                                                                                20
  S6354          SITHCCC013A Prepare hot and cold desserts * (3 Fridays)                                                  48
  S6355          SITHCCC014A Prepare pastries, cakes and yeast goods                                                      44
                 SITHCCC028A Prepare, cook and serve food for menus – to be completed
  S6369                                                                                                                   96
                 by workplace assessment
  S6494          SITXCOM003A Deal with conflict situations                                                                20
  S6532          SITXHRM001A Coach others in job skills                                                                   20
  S6364          SITHCCC023A Select, prepare and serve specialised food items (elective)                                  60
  S6360          SITHCCC015A Plan and prepare foods for buffets (elective)                                                24
                                              Additional Information
   * Apprentices need to complete 29 core units and 2 elective and thus the Friday session allows them to pass the additional
   subjects




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        HEALTH, EDUCATION AND
         COMMUNITY SERVICES
                                  CONTACT DETAILS
     TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
     Academic Director – Karen Watts……………………..……………………………..….9956 2716
     Program Assistant – Vicki Daulby……………………………..…………..…………….9956 2721
     Hairdressing Lecturer………….……………………………….…………………………9956 2718


                 CERTIFICATE III IN HAIRDRESSING
                                           COURSE S655


                                                Year 1

                                                                                                 NOMINAL
  SIN                                            UNIT
                                                                                                  HOURS
DAY RELEASE                            TUESDAYS                              9 March – 30 March 2010
                                                                               20 April – 18 May 2010
                                                                               1 June – 15 June 2010
                                                                        20 July – 21 September 2010
                                                                       12 October – 26 October 2010
                                        SEMESTER 1
  S6168      SIRXOHS001A Apply safe working practices                                                 20
  S6120      SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace                                                 50
  S4095      WRBCS201B Conduct financial transactions                                                 15
  S4506      WRHCS205A Follow personal health and safety routines at work                             20
  S4505      WRHCS204A Maintain and organise work areas                                               5
  S7125      WRHCS202B Maintain tools and equipment                                                   5
  S4502      WRHCS201A Prepare clients for salon services                                             10
  S4097      WRBCS203B Provide service to clients                                                     15
  S6191      SIRXSLS001A Sell products and services                                                   20
                                        SEMESTER 2
  S4528      WRHHS301A Apply the principles of hairdressing science                                   20
  S4529      WRHHS302A Consult with clients and treat hair and scalp conditions                       20
             WRHHD303A Design and apply short to medium length hair design
  S4522                                                                                               40
             finishes
  S7118      WRHCL302B Colour and lighten hair                                                        40
  S7119      WRHCL303B Design and perform full and partial highlighting techniques                    15
  C9253      HLTFA301B Apply First Aid (off campus – date to be advised)                              20




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                 CERTIFICATE III IN HAIRDRESSING
                                           COURSE S489

                                  CONTACT DETAILS
     TSS Apprentice Officer ……………………………….…..………………………………9956 2818
     Academic Director – Karen Watts……………………..……………………………..….9956 2716
     Program Assistant – Vicki Daulby……………………………..…………..…………….9956 2721
     Hairdressing Lecturer………….……………………………….…………………………9956 2718



                                                Year 2

                                                                                                 NOMINAL
  SIN                                            UNIT
                                                                                                  HOURS
DAY RELEASE                            WEDNESDAYS                           3 March – 31 March 2010
                                                                              21 April - 23 June 2010
                                                                         21 July - 22 September 2010
                                                                               3 & 10 November 2010
                                      SEMESTER 1
  S4510      WRHHC301A Design haircut structures                                                      20
  S4511      WRHHC302A Apply one length/solid hair structures                                         20
  S4512      WRHHC303A Apply graduated haircut structures                                             20
  S4513      WRHHC304A Apply layered haircut structures                                               20
  S4493      WRHCL302A Colour and lighten hair                                                        40
  S4499      WRHCR302A Perform chemical curling and volumising services                               40
                                      SEMESTER 2
  S4515      WRHHC306A Combine haircut structures on women                                            30
             WRHHC307A Combine haircut structures for traditional and classic
  S4516                                                                                               30
             designs on men
  S4517      WRHHC308A Design and maintain beards and moustaches                                      20
  S4496      WRHCL305A Perform on scalp full head and re-touch bleach services                        20
  S4514      WRHHC305A Apply over-comb techniques                                                     20
  S4495      WRHCL304A Perform colour correction                                                      25
  S4500      WRHCR303A Perform chemical straightening and relaxing services                           15




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