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Duration: 
32 hours part time
Location: 
Industry
Delivery mode: 
Face to Face

Applications for this course are not being taken at this time

Overview

Technology teachers need training in the safe use of woodworking and metalworking machinery to manage a safe classroom work environment and prevent injuries.

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This professional development course has been designed to maintain your safety accreditation.

You will learn:

  • current techniques for the safe operation of machinery
  • best practice procedures for classroom safety
  • OHS risk management skills
  • how to supervise safe machinery operations.

Please note: this course does not qualify you as a school teacher.

Learn how to supervise safe woodworking and metalworking machinery operations in the classroom.

Careers

This qualification is a requirement for teachers who are involved in technology teaching in the state education system.

Course contents

To be awarded a Statement of Attainment for the Course in Safe Use of Machinery in Technology Teaching, a student must complete all three (3) units of competency.

This professional development course has been designed to maintain your safety accreditation.  You will learn:

  • current techniques for the safe operation of machinery;

  • best practice procedures for classroom safety;

  • OHS risk management skills, and;

  • how to supervise safe machinery operations.

Please note that this course does not qualify you as a school teacher.

Admission requirements

Meeting the minimum admission requirements does not guarantee you entry into this course.

Some courses receive more applications than the number of places available. In this situation we will also assess your education, work and other relevant experience.

Applicants must be teachers who are registered with or have permission to teach from the Victorian Institute of Teaching, or; enrolled as a student in an approved course in teaching. All applicants must be able to operate wood and metal working machinery used in technology teaching.

 

Prior to enrolment, all applicants will be required to complete a literacy and numeracy assessment to assist with determining eligibility and to identify learning support needs.

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