Course code: TOSE400 Credits: 15.0
7 Jun 2016: To enable students to participate in an industry travel experience by applying workplace practices required of the travel industry including self-management, teamwork and compliance.
Course code: ASLP700 Credits: 15.0
12 Sep 2017: To place advanced discipline-specific skills and knowledge within a framework of international quality standards and domestic legislative compliance pertaining to an accredited science or engineering laboratory.
Course code: BADS610 Credits: 32.0
22 Sep 2011: This studio will specifically target the architectural technology students to provide a studio environment for the development of understanding of the methodology, techniques and processes in the production of presentation, and technical drawings.
Course code: DVIP623 Credits: 30.0
27 Jul 2012: This course allows each student to work independently on a significant project that will help showcase their skills to future employers and/or clients. With guidance from tutors the student will decide the nature of the project: usually a short film,
Course code: HFWE301 Credits: 15.0
22 Sep 2011: The aim of this course is to work effectively as part of a team to provide a positive customer experience in a commercial hospitality enviroment.
Course code: HMBS402 Credits: 18.0
27 Jul 2012: To build broad product knowledge of beverages together with the necessary skills to provide efficient beverage service in a range of hospitality contexts. (restuarant, cafes, and bars).
Course code: BNHR700 Credits: 10.0
16 Dec 2015: To enable students to understand the role of research design in the utilisation of research results in the delivery of healthcare.
Course code: HDES405 Credits: 15.0
28 Jan 2018: Students will develop knowledge and practical skills to design a total look, for a range of clients, using the increase-layered form foundation cut, colour, chemical texturising, and styling to create the client's final image.
Course code: HDES406 Credits: 15.0
28 Jan 2018: Students will develop knowledge and practical skills to design a total look, for a range of clients, using the clipper-blend form foundation cut, colour, chemical texturising, and styling to create the client's final image.
Course code: HRSS315 Credits: 12.0|4|3|5
28 Jan 2018: To develop knowledge and skills and undertake limited reception duties including appointment making, maintaining appointment systems, home hair care sales and maintenance; and retail of displays.
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