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During this course learners will transform one of their own course descriptors into, among other things, a lecturer's delivery plan, lesson plans, student handouts, teaching resources, assessment tasks and marking schedules.
Offered: Semester 1
Prerequisites: HVE221
Contact hours per week: 4
Assessment: 100% competency based
In this course students will learn about key quantitative and qualitative research methodologies relevant to technical and vocational areas that will enable them to connect research with policy development.
Offered: Semester 1
Prerequisites: One 200-level HVE course
Contact hours per week: 2
Assessment: 100% coursework
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 III qualification (or equivalent) in their trade.
Offered:
Contact hours:
Assessment:
Students will spend a minimum of 140 hours on a workplace attachment in an organisation related to their specialist trade. During the attachment they will complete a work log and will be assessed by their supervisor on their trade-specific competencies as defined by either national or industry competency standards.
Offered: Semester 2
Contact hours: Special arrangements depending on placement
Assessment: 100% competency based
Students will spend a minimum of 140 hours on a workplace attachment with a technical and vocational education provider. During the attachment they will complete a work log and will be assessed on the basis of their supervisor's report and a written report.
Offered: Semester 1
Contact hours: Special arrangements depending on placement
Assessment: 100% coursework

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