Other Programmes Enrolment Semester 2, 2019 - Day 2

Other Programmes Enrolment Semester 2, 2019 - Day 2
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The National University of Samoa seeks applications for the following position. Detailed information relating to Position Description and Selection Criteria can be uplifted from our main office or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

School of Maritime Training:

               Lecturer Grade 1: Nautical

               (Salary Range: $51,408pa-$61,202pa)

        

Applicants must submit a signed cover letter addressing the given selection criteria and provide an updated Curriculum Vitae, one (1) passport size photo as well as certified copies of qualifications, Please provide names and addresses of 3 referees (Applicant must seek referee’s permission before listing his/her name).  The position will depend on qualifications and experience. Send your application to: The Director, Human Resources, National University of Samoa, PO Box 1622, Le Papaigalagala or hand deliver to the University’s main office during normal working hours no later than 12:00 noon on the 26th July 2019.  For further information please contact 20072 or visit our website at www.nus.edu.ws.

 
This course is designed to facilitate the development and application of action research and writing skills for those involved in technical and vocational education. The course also gives students practical experience in conducting a literature review and using a relevant referencing style in a research paper.
Offered: Semester 1
Prerequisites: One 200-level HVE course
Contact hours per week: 2
Assessment: 100% coursework
This course develops students' skills in composing and presenting technical workplace documents including tenders, project proposals, submissions and reports to a high professional standard. It covers appropriate language styles for technical writing in both English and Samoan.
Offered: Semester 2
Prerequisites: HVE212
Contact hours per week: 4
Assessment: 70% coursework, 30% examination
To receive credit for this compulsory element of the Bachelor of Technical and Vocational Education and Training degree, the student must provide evidence that they have at least a Level IV qualification (or equivalent) in their trade.
Offered: To be advised
In this course students will explore the principles, features and significance of competency based training. The course also covers the competency based training
and assessment environment, instructional design strategies, and continuous improvement in the technical and vocational education context at local, commonwealth and global levels.
Offered: Semester 2
Prerequisites: HVE222, HVE223
Contact hours per week: 5
Assessment: 100% competency based

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