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  1. Course code: CDSD400 Credits: 15.0

    23 Aug 2015: To enable students to inform decision making in industrial or research settings based on the collection, formatting and examination of data.

  2. Course code: CFSC201 Credits: 35.0

    1 Oct 2014: To enable students to develop a wide range of practical skills and knowledge explicit to a specific construction trade worksite when working under supervision.

  3. Course code: DBSC428 Credits: 5.0

    1 Jul 2013: People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of change management and manage change for a work team.

  4. Course code: NCCS404 Credits: 8.0

    29 Jan 2013: To enable students to explain the key elements of a site safety plan; implement hazard identification and control procedures in accordance with a site safety plan; carry out accident/incident investigation and reporting in accordance with a site

  5. Course code: BSWI600 Credits: 45.0

    24 Sep 2014: To provide opportunities for students to integrate and apply knowledge, skills, values and attitudes relevant to the social work profession in an authentic setting.

  6. Course code: BSWI700 Credits: 45.0

    24 Sep 2014: To provide opportunities for students to demonstrate and critically analyse the application of knowledge, skills and values relevant to the social work profession in an authentic setting.

  7. Course code: BLJA501 Credits: 30.0

    9 Apr 2014: To enable students to use Japanese in routine, everyday tasks in a supported environment. (CEFR A1)

  8. Course code: BLJA601 Credits: 30.0

    9 Apr 2014: To enable students to develop competence in communicating in Japanese on topics related to selected interests. (CEFR A2-B1)

  9. Course code: BLJA702 Credits: 45.0

    9 Apr 2014: To enable students to communicate in Japanese and to use strategies for on-going, autonomous language acquisition in a career related situation in both written and oral contexts. (CEFR B2)

  10. Course code: BSOE701 Credits: 15.0

    27 Jul 2012: To critically examine a range of contemporary issues and complete an in-depth investigation on one issue relating to outdoor education and environment education in consultation with the course lecturer.