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  1. 18 Jan 2019: Course code. DADD600. Level. 6. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable the student to develop the skills and knowledge to prepare building proposals, building design drawings and associated approval documentation. Learning outcomes.

  2. 18 Jan 2019: Course code. MG7022. Level. 7. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To provide students with knowledge and skills required to, and undertake, critical evaluation of energy use, energy efficiency and alternative sources of energy for specific

  3. 18 Jan 2019: Course code. CBAT311. Level. 3. Credits. 10.0. Estimated hours. 100.0. To enable students to develop professional customer service techniques that are culturally, socially, and ethically appropriate within a business entity. Learning outcomes. Work

  4. 18 Jan 2019: Course code. CBAT301. Level. 3. Credits. 10.0. Estimated hours. 100.0. To enable students to develop professional customer service techniques that are culturally, socially, and ethically appropriate within a business entity. Learning outcomes. Work

  5. 18 Jan 2019: Course code. CPG195. Level. 5. Credits. 30.0. Estimated hours. 300.0. Learning outcomes. Demonstrate an advanced understanding and knowledge of plumbing systems including water supply, water backflow protection, hot water, foul water and weather

  6. 18 Jan 2019: Course code. AMAM636. Level. 6. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. Students will apply management concepts. Learning outcomes. Prepare a project proposal to identify methods for finding possible solutions to a specified business problem. Apply

  7. 18 Jan 2019: Course code. CBTR501. Level. 5. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to understand the history of massage and the basic tools of a massage therapist: the ability to prepare a massage environment, assessment, conducting a massage

  8. 18 Jan 2019: Course code. DHIP603. Level. 6. Credits. 30.0. Estimated hours. 300.0. To enable students to:. Gain the research skills required to investigate a hospitality workplace issue and recommend solutions. Apply knowledge and skills acquired to date in an

  9. 18 Jan 2019: Course code. HDBS308. Level. 3. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to apply a variety of basic barbering techniques and skills to the face and head. Learning outcomes. Use a variety of barbering techniques and finishing

  10. 18 Jan 2019: Course code. MG6117. Level. 6. Credits. 15.0. Estimated hours. 150.0. To enable students to understand three-phase power systems with an emphasis on distribution systems and building services. Learning outcomes. Compare neutral-earthing methods for