Course Title: Articulate models and transfer records
Part B: Course Detail
Teaching Period: Term1 2016
Course Code: DENT5784C
Course Title: Articulate models and transfer records
School: 155T Vocational Health and Sciences
Campus: City Campus
Program: C5312 - Diploma of Dental Technology
Course Contact: Mark Doherty
Course Contact Phone: 03 9341 1407
Course Contact Email: email@example.com
Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff
Nicholas Greer - 93411420 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Nominal Hours: 10
Pre-requisites and Co-requisites
HLTIN301C Comply with infection control policies and procedures
HLTWHS200A Participate in WHS processes
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to transfer oral records and mount models on an articulator in the reference determined by the clinician. You will mount the registration rims constructed in previous exercises on different types of articulators as required for the type of dental appliance you are constructing - eg. full denture, partial denture. Once mounted you will transfer the oral records from the wax registration rim to the plaster model.
All procedures are carried out in accordance with work health and safety (WHS) policies and procedures, current infection control guidelines, Australian and New Zealand Standards, state/territory legislative requirements and organisation policy.
National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria
National Element Code & Title:
HLTDT304D Articulate models and transfer records
1. Select and prepare the articulator
1.1 Apply standard precautions when receiving, handling and working on dental materials
1.2 Decontaminate occlusal registration rims according to infection control guidelines
1.3 Confirm requirements of prescription
1.4 Select and adjust articulator in accordance with prescription
1.5 Ensure all adjustable settings of the articulator are set to their neutral or zero settings
1.6 Identify the mounting method to be used
2. Select and prepare materials
2.1 Position models and oral records in articulator for a range of prosthetic appliances
2.2 Prepare mounting materials and apply to models
2.3 Establish and secure centric records
2.4 Remove excess material and smooth to produce a neat finish
2.5 Clean equipment
3. Transfer oral records to articulator
3.1 Transpose records as provided
3.2 Record midline
3.3 Set and record vertical height
3.4 Set the condylar angles to the prescription given
On completion of this course you will be able to demonstrate, on a consistent basis, the process involved in articulating models and transferring records using a range of oral records. The skills acquired will allow you to articulate models for a range of dental appliances following a prescription given by the clinician and also allow you to transfer crucial information given by the oral record.
Details of Learning Activities
• Facilitator led discussions using Powerpoint presentations
• In class activities
• Simulated laboratory activities
• Reading chapters form Anatomy of Orofacial Structures and answering questions
The class is scheduled for delivery to the NON-APPRENTICE groups in the Lecture theatre of Building 154 RMIT (within the Royal Dental Hospital Melbourne) Notification will be provided via student email if the date or location change. The class will be delivered in conjunction with the unit of competence - HLTDT303D/DENT5783C Construct Registration Rims.
The class is scheduled for delivery to the APPRENTICE group in the Lecture theatre of Building 154 RMIT (within the Royal Dental Hospital Melbourne) Notification will be provided via student email if the date or location change. The class will be delivered in conjunction with the unit of competence - HLTDT303D/DENT5783C Construct Registration Rims.
Following the delivery of the theory class, practical exercises will be undertaken in the laboratory.
Class schedules are detailed in the timetables provided on Blackboard (subject to change at the discrection of RMIT, in this event notification will be provided to your student email);
Practical classes will be delivered in the simulated environment at RMIT where the Teacher will provide demonstration and assistance as you construct undertake the following processes.
• Fixed movement articulation
• Semi-adjustable articulation
• Face-bow transfer articulation
The TIER 2 exercises are made available if you complete all of the previous exercises and are seeking further practice prior to the assessments. The time guides for the TIER 2 exercises are reduced and require a ’self-managed approach’ to complete the exercise.
TIER 2 - Movable articulation
• Powepoint available on MYRMIT Blackboard under the program code C5312 and the Unit of Competence HLTDT304D/DENT5784C
Articulate Models and Transfer Records
• RMIT online learning Hub www.rmit.edu.au/online
• Library www.rmit.edu.au/library
• Internet links
• Primal Pictures
Journals, Brochures, Pamphlets, Newspapers, Magazines
Overview of Assessment
You will be assessed in a simulated workplace and under a normal range of work conditions.
You will be assessed on both the essential knowledge and the demonstration of essential skills through;
- Completion of practical exercises - including detailed self reflection of each exercise
- Practical exam - Articulation of F/F registration rims (previously constructed in ’Construct Registration Rims’ practical exam) on a fixed movement articulator within the time limit of 1 hour.
- Theory exam - pass mark 60%
You will attempt the following practical exercises under supervision of the teacher and you will be graded with either a Px (Satisfactory) or NYC (Not Satisfactory) according to the assessment guidelines outlined in the practical exercise book; in accordance with the training package elements & essential skills.
1. Fixed movement articulation
2. Semi-adjustable articulation
3. Face-bow transfer articulation
The TIER 2 exercises are made available if you complete all of the previous exercises and are seeking further practice prior to the assessments. The time guides for the TIER 2 exercises are reduced and require a ’self-managed approach’ to complete the exercise. If you attempt the following practical exercises you will be graded with either a Px (Satisfactory) or NYC (Not
Satisfactory) according to the assessment guidelines outlined in the practical exercise book; in accordance with the training package elements & essential skills.
1. TIER 2 - Movable articulation
Upon completion of an exercise and prior to submission for assessment, all exercises undertaken in the practical classes will require you to provide a detailed reflection of your own work focussing on areas of the appliance that were successful as well as areas that could be improved upon next time.
The practical exam will take place under supervision in the simulated working environment at RMIT. The exam will take place under exam conditions and you will be given details of the requirements and assessment guidelines in the practical book available in class and on BlackBoard.
PRAC EXAM - Articulate Models and Transfer Records
The theory exam will be conducted under supervision at RMIT under exam conditions.
Articulate Models and Transfer Records - Theoretical examination - pass mark 60%
To achieve a grade of CA (Competency Achieved) for the unit HLTDT304D/DENT5784C Articulate Models and Transfer Records you are required to obtain a pass result (PX or CA) for the following theoretical and practical assessments that are used to measure; elements, performance criteria, essential knowledge and essential skills as outlined in the health training package.
1. Articulate Models and Transfer Records theoretical exam
2. PRAC Assessment - Articulate Models and Transfer Records
Failure to complete any of the above listed tasks/assessments will result in an NYC (not yet competent) result for unit HLTDT304D/DENT5784C Articulate Models and Transfer Records. An NYC (not yet competent) result will be entered in the student record.This will result in non completion of this unit of competence requiring re-enrolment incurring fees and a return to class work and completion of any relevant assessments at the time of the re-enrolment.
The scheduled dates for the assessments are as follows;
1. Non-Apprentice (The assessment process must be finalised and a result entered by July 1st 2015)
2. Apprentice (The assessment process must be finalised and a result entered by November 27th 2015)
RMIT University requires that you present YOUR work for assessment. Plagiarism is a form of cheating. It is the presentation of the work or idea of another person. Plagiarism is NOT acceptable. Penalities can include charges of acedemic misconduct, cancellation of rsults and exclusion from your course.
Please note: It is also a disciplinary offence to allow your work to be plagiarised by another student. When signing the coversheet to submit your learning guides and assessments. http://www1.rmit.edu.au/students/academic-integrity
Please note: Students may apply for Special Consideration as per the information via the RMIT website http://www1.rmit.edu.au/students/specialconsideration
if they believe complete assessment for this unit by the submission date has been affected by factors beyond their control. Special consideration must be lodged prior to or within 48 hours of the scheduled assessment time or assessment submission date. The application for Special Consideration is NOT granted automatically on application.
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Non completion or non-submission of compulsory tasks:
Failure to complete any or all of the compulsory tasks listed above will prevent the student from achieving a CA (competency achieved) result for unit HLTDT304D/DENT5784C Articulate Models and Transfer Reocrds. This will result in the student not completing the unit successfully.
NYC (not yet competent) will be recorded and re enrolment will be required to continue the unit/program. Fees will be incurred. Please note: A second opportunity for assessment will not be granted unless the student has applied for and been granted special consideration as per RMIT assessment policy.
Assessment Appeal Process:
The Appeals Against Assessment policy and procedure applies to all coursework programs in all careers. The appeal process is staged and students are required to follow each stage in order to ensure their full entitlement to appeal is available http://www1.rmit.edu.au/students/appeals
Students are required to support the learning outcomes this Unit with work based experience and/ or further self managed research to support positive outcomes in this Unit.
To undertake practical exercises and /or assessment students MUST present for the assessment process as follows:
Please note these are also WH&S requirements for laboratory safety.
In appropriate practical class attire (Protective clothing for legs - if shorts, must cover knees, lab coat, safety glasses)
Fully covered in leather(not suede) footwear
Hair to be contained by tying back or in appropriate hair cover. No artificial fingernails to be worn
The wearing of henna is acceptable. Short, clean fingernails (no nail polish)
No jewellery to be worn on the hands or wrists. Wedding rings or jewellery that cannot be removed for cultural reasons must be taped with an appropriate waterproof tape
All cuts/ skin abrasions on the hands or wrists must be covered with a waterproof dressing
A student that is non-compliant with any of the above requirements will not be permitted to undertake practical exercises or assessment at the scheduled time. The student will be rescheduled to undertake assessment at a later date.
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