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This unit of competency covers the ability to determine levels, function, activity and interactions of cellular and plasma components of blood using tests and procedures identified with the discipline of laboratory haematology.
This qualification allows for the attainment of general competencies in water industry operations or specialisation in hydrography, irrigation or trade waste.
This qualification allows for the attainment of general competencies in water industry operations or specialisation in networks, source, hydrography, irrigation or trade waste.
This qualification allows for the attainment of general competencies in water industry operations or specialisation in networks, source, irrigation or treatment.
This unit applies to any of the full range of engineering disciplines. All work is carried out under supervision and all specifications, dimensions and tolerances are predetermined. The unit covers application of introductory drafting skills to select and apply drawing protocols.
Manual drafting or computer-aided design (CAD) drawing equipment may be used.
Drawings are completed to Australian Standard (AS) 1100.101–1992 Technical drawing – General principles.
Notes: If CAD skills are required, MEM30031A Operate computer-aided design (CAD) system to produce basic drawing elements, should be completed
This unit gives the student the skills to effectively use a CAD system by developing skills in CAD enabling them to producing the basic elements used to in the production of 2 dimension engineering drawings.
- Teacher: Jeffrey Poole