Course Title: Develop massage practice

Part B: Course Detail

Teaching Period: Term2 2016

Course Code: EMPL7096C

Course Title: Develop massage practice

School: 155T Vocational Health and Sciences

Campus: City Campus

Program: C5357 - Diploma of Remedial Massage

Course Contact: Joshua Davies

Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9925 4333

Course Contact Email: joshua.davies@rmit.edu.au


Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff

Sonny Shoduri

sonny.shoduri@rmit.edu.au

9925 4212

 

 

This unit of competency is co-delivered with:

HLTMSG001

HLTMSG004

Nominal Hours: 40

Regardless of the mode of delivery, represent a guide to the relative teaching time and student effort required to successfully achieve a particular competency/module. This may include not only scheduled classes or workplace visits but also the amount of effort required to undertake, evaluate and complete all assessment requirements, including any non-classroom activities.

Pre-requisites and Co-requisites

This course will  be co-delivered with the following courses:

  • HLTMSG002/NURS5361 Assess client massage needs
  • HLTMSG004/SPRT5103C Provide massage treatments

Course Description

          This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to establish the foundations of massage practice, evaluate what makes a sustainable practice and then to develop an approach to own practice.


National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria

National Element Code & Title:

HLTMSG001 Develop massage practice

Element:

1. Establish foundations of massage practice
 

Performance Criteria:

1.1 Identify, access and interpret information on the
central philosophies of massage practice
1.2 Evaluate the massage system of treatment and its
application to current health issues
1.3 Compare and contrast massage, other complementary
health modalities and broader health practice

Element:

2. Represent the massage framework

Performance Criteria:

2.1 Determine information needs of different individuals
and groups
2.2 Identify key messages that represent the philosophy
and practice of massage
2.3 Communicate information about massage at level of
depth appropriate to audience needs

Element:

3. Determine requirements for sustainable massage practice

Performance Criteria:

3.1 Identify key issues that affect the development and
sustainability of professional practice
3.2 Identify economic, environmental, human and social
considerations, and their impact on professional practice
3.3 Establish a personal health strategy that supports
massage practice
3.4 Access, interpret and collate current information that
supports professional practice

Element:

4. Develop approach to own practice
 

Performance Criteria:

4.1 Reflect on professional goals and aspirations
4.2 Identify and assess professional opportunities in
massage
4.3 Reflect on the opportunities and constraints of
individual personal circumstances
4.4 Make decisions about practice direction, based on
reflection and research
4.5 Develop practical strategies that address own practice
goals


Learning Outcomes



Details of Learning Activities

All class learning materials, notes and other key learning resources can be accessed via myRMIT

at www.rmit.edu.au/learninghub.

A combination of activities will support student’s learning in this course, such as:

• Face-to-face &/or online lectures to cover theoretical and practical concepts for each topic in

the course

• Students will learn to apply their skills and knowledge to work integrated learning (WIL) in the

student & clinical practice environment, during simulations and classroom based learning

• Work experience &/or placements observation of performance in the workplace will be a

valuable part of your learning experience

• Tutorial activities (individually and in teams) to discuss, debate, critique and consolidate your

ideas and extend your understanding around key concepts within specific topics

• Online discussions and activities to support and collaborate with other students in your course

and debate and discuss ideas

• Utilise and develop critical research and cognitive skills to find credible sources of health

information

• Self-directed study time (eg. readings or activities around theory) to enhance and strengthen

your knowledge and understanding of theoretical concepts

• To further facilitate learning students are strongly encouraged to use a range of communication

tools between themselves and their course instructor as well as between themselves and fellow

students by using the online learning platform

• It is strongly recommended that students partner up with fellow students in order to practice

assessment, treatment and palpation techniques


Teaching Schedule

 

Musculoskeletal Anatomy 1 - 2016 Sem 2

RMIT week

Date

Class Topics and Assessments

28

8-Jul

Introduction to Anatomy - Navigating the Body:

Regions of the body, planes of movement, directions and positions, movements of the body, the skeletal system, the muscular system, fascial system & types of joints

29

15-Jul

Bones of the Pelvis & Thigh

30

22-Jul

Quadriceps, Hamstrings & Adductor Magnus and Longus

31

29-Jul

Psoas, Gluteus Maximus, Gluteus Medius & Piriformis

32

5-Aug

Practical Assessment 1

33

12-Aug

Bones of the Leg & Foot

34

19-Aug

Tibialis Anterior, Peroneus Longus, Peroneus Brevis, Gastrocnemius and Soleus

35

26-Aug

Bones of the Spine & Thorax

Rectus Abdominis, Quadratus Lumborum & Erector Spinae

36

2-Sep

Mid Semester Break

37

9-Sep

Practical Assessment 2

38

16-Sep

Bones of the Shoulder

39

23-Sep

Trapezius, Levator Scapulae, Rotator Cuff, Rhomboids Major & Minor

40

30-Sep

Grand Final Day

41

7-Oct

Latissimus Dorsi, Teres Major, Pectoralis Major, Pectoralis Minor, Deltoids, Biceps Brachii & Triceps Brachii

42

14-Oct

Practical Assessment 3

43

21-Oct

Bones of the Head, neck & face, Temporalis, Masseter, Frontalis, Sternocleidomastoid

44

28-Oct

Bones of the Forearm & Hand

45

4-Nov

Brachioradialis, Extensor Carpi Radialis, Supinator, Flexor Carpi Radialus, Flexor Carpi Ulnaris, Palmaris Longus & Pronator Teres

46

11-Nov

Practical Assessment 4

 

 Massage Teaching Schedule

Develop massage practice           HLTMSG001/EMPL7096C

Assess client massage needs      HLTMGS002/NURS5361C

Provide massage treatments       HLTMSG004/SPRT5103C

RMIT Wk

Date

Class & Activities

29

11th July

What is massage? & Basic massage strokes

30

18th July

Getting started with anatomy & Basic massage strokes

31

25th July

Endangerment sites, massage strokes & anatomical positions

32

1st Aug

Types of massage within the health care system & Range of motions

33

8th Aug

Basic massage strokes & posture

34

15th Aug

Seated chair & Sports massage

35

22nd Aug

Seated chair & Sports massage

36

29th Aug

Mid semester break

37

5th Sep

Seated chair & Sports massage

38

12th Sep

History taking & Full Therapeutic Sequence

39

19th Sep

Full Therapeutic Sequence

40

26th Sep

Full Therapeutic Sequence

41

3rd Oct

Full Therapeutic Sequence

42

10th Oct

Full Therapeutic Sequence

43

17th Oct

Full Therapeutic Sequence

44

24th Oct

Full Therapeutic Sequence – Mock Assessment

45

31st Oct

Melbourne Cup - No Class

46

7th Nov

Therapeutic sequence final assessment

 

 

 

 


Learning Resources

Prescribed Texts

test 1

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Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

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Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

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Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

Rumack, C., Wilson, S., Charboneau, J., Johnson J-A. (2005) Diagnostic Ultrasound. Volume One. Third Edition. Mosby.

Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

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Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

Rumack, C., Wilson, S., Charboneau, J., Johnson J-A. (2005) Diagnostic Ultrasound. Volume One. Third Edition. Mosby.

Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

Rumack, C., Wilson, S., Charboneau, J., Johnson J-A. (2005) Diagnostic Ultrasound. Volume One. Third Edition. Mosby.

Glover J.D., Sarma M.S., Overbye T.J.,"Power System Analysis and Design", 5th Edition, Thomson Publication 2010

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Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

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Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

Online learning materials can be accessed by going into the RMIT web sites Online Learning Hub. The online learning materials listed under each topic include:
• Course outlines
• Lecture notes
• Reading materials
• Activities
 

Rumack, C., Wilson, S., Charboneau, J., Johnson J-A. (2005) Diagnostic Ultrasound. Volume One. Third Edition. Mosby.

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References

Callen, P.W. (2007) Ultrasonography in Obstetrics and Gynaecology 4th Edition WB Saunders Company

Further online learning materials are available and include:
• Articles of interest
• Class videos
• OHS videos
• Useful external links
• Learning Lab
 

Further online learning materials are available and include:
• Articles of interest
• Class videos
• OHS videos
• Useful external links
• Learning Lab
 

Further online learning materials are available and include:
• Articles of interest
• Class videos
• OHS videos
• Useful external links
• Learning Lab
 

Further online learning materials are available and include:
• Articles of interest
• Class videos
• OHS videos
• Useful external links
• Learning Lab
 

Fitzgerald A.E., Kingsley C., Umans S.D., "Electric Machinery", Sixth Edition, McGraw-Hill

Further online learning materials are available and include:
• Articles of interest
• Class videos
• OHS videos
• Useful external links
• Learning Lab
 

Further online learning materials are available and include:
• Articles of interest
• Class videos
• OHS videos
• Useful external links
• Learning Lab
 

Further online learning materials are available and include:
• Articles of interest
• Class videos
• OHS videos
• Useful external links
• Learning Lab
 

Callen, P.W. (2007) Ultrasonography in Obstetrics and Gynaecology 4th Edition WB Saunders Company

Nyberg et al (2003) Diagnostic Imaging of Fetal Anomalies. Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins

Nyberg et al (2003) Diagnostic Imaging of Fetal Anomalies. Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins

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D.W. Hart, Power Electronics, McGraw-Hill, New Yourk, 2011.

9780073380674

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Other Resources


Overview of Assessment

          This unit is part of an integrated program.
You must demonstrate Performance and Knowledge Evidence of the unit in order to be deemed competent.
Assessment methods have been designed to measure achievement of each competency in a flexible manner over a range of assessment tasks.
You may be assessed by:
• Oral or written questioning
• Oral presentations
• Assignments and projects
• Direct observation of actual work practice
• Presentation of a portfolio of evidence which may comprise documents, and/or photographs and/or video and/or audio files
• Work-based activities
• Third-party feedback from a work supervisor/employer
Primary assessment involves on-going practical and applied assessment in a clinical workplace or simulated environment such as a supervised student clinic or at a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) placement activity.
 
Competency based training requires you to be in attendance in order for assessment to be undertaken.
 
Feedback will be provided throughout the semester in class and/or online discussions, through individual and group feedback on practical exercises and by individual consultation.
 
All Assessment tasks should be performed or submitted by their due dates.
If due to illness or other unforeseen circumstance, you are unable to attend on the due date of an assessment (e.g. test, examination, oral, etc.) OR you do attend, but your performance has been affected, you may submit an APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL CONSIDERATION within 2 working days of the due date. If Special Consideration is granted, you will be given the opportunity to complete/repeat the assessment task at a later date. For advice on this application please visit www.rmit.edu.au/students/specialconsideration  or speak to your Program Coordinator.
If due to illness or other unforeseen circumstance, you are unable to submit by the due date  (e.g. assignment, report, project etc.):
•         you may submit an APPLICATION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME FOR SUBMISSION OF ASSESSABLE WORK for an extension of time of up to seven (7) calendar days or less. This must be lodged with the Program Coordinator 1 working day before the original due date. If granted, you will have the opportunity to submit up to 7 days later than the original due date. For advice on this application please visit www.rmit.edu.au/students/assessment/extension  or speak to your Program Coordinator.
Or:
•         you may submit an APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL CONSIDERATION within 2 working days of the due date. If Special Consideration is granted, you will be given the opportunity to submit the assessment task more than 7 days after the original due date. For advice on this application please visit www.rmit.edu.au/students/specialconsideration  or speak to your Program Coordinator.
 
You are expected to prepare all assignments and other written work in a professional manner. More information on general academic study and writing skills can be found on the “Learning Lab” http://emedia.rmit.edu.au/learninglab/. All work submitted for assessment must be submitted electronically unless otherwise advised.
 
Students must keep a copy of all submitted assessments including electronic copies.
Harvard style is used for all referencing and for bibliography.
 RMIT University has a strict policy on academic integrity and plagiarism and. Please refer to the website for more information on this policy. www.rmit.edu.au/students/academic-integrity
 If you have a long term medical condition and/or disability it may be possible to negotiate to vary aspects of the learning or assessment methods. You can contact the program coordinator or the Disability Liaison Unit if you would like to find out more.
 Your rights and responsibilities as a student can be found at http://www1.rmit.edu.au/students/rights-and-responsibilities 
This course assessment conforms to RMIT assessment principles, regulations, policies and procedures which are described and referenced at www.rmit.edu.au/students/assessment
 Credit transfer and RPL
Credit transfer is available to students who have already completed the same or similar courses. Recognition of prior learning is available to students who have relevant prior skills or experience. Please refer to http://www.rmit.edu.au/browse;ID=8u7jborsx9dy
 
Assessment Tasks

1. Flyer promoting massage

2. Structured reflective journal

The skills to be assessed within this unit replicate real work skills within the industry. 
 

ASSESSMENT METHODS/TYPES OF EVIDENCE:

  

Interview/ Verbal Questioning

Self-Reflections

Assignment/ Project

Case Study or Role Play

Third Party Verification

Workplace Performance

Research or Report

Portfolio of Evidence

Written Tasks

 

  

NATIONAL UNIT CODE : HLTMSG001

NATIONAL UNIT NAME: Develop Massage Practice

RMIT CODE:

EMPL7096C

Co-Delivered: HLTMSG002/NURS5361 Assess client massage needs & HLTMSG004/SPRT5103C Provide massage treatments

Elements

Performance Criteria

Related Assessment Tasks

Assessment Method/

Types of Evidence  

1.       Establish foundations of massage practice

1.1    Identify, access and interpret information on the central philosophies of massage practice

Write a flyer promoting massage

Assignment/ Project

1.2    Evaluate the massage system of treatment and its application to current health issues

Write a flyer promoting massage

Assignment/ Project

1.3    Compare and contrast massage, other complementary health modalities and broader health practice


Assessment Tasks

1. Massage client flyers: Due 24th October 2016 & submitted via Turnitin

  • Development of goals for your business is the essential first step to provide an understanding of how you will reach your target audience.
  • Once you have developed these goals you will be asked to select 3 target audiences within the community and design a flyer for each of these audiences.
  • Write a detailed summary of how the philosophies of massage therapy fit into your target audience and the historical significance of these types of therapies and where they have come from.
  • Create a flier for each target audience; write how you will be able to help your chosen section of the community, how massage can work alongside other therapies, what are the key messages alongside massage therapy, special consideration and how the client will be able to find you.

 

2. Written Assignment: Due 4th November 2016 & submitted via Turnitin

  • This assignment will cover musculoskeletal pathologies, indications and contra-indications for massage, joints and descriptions of various conditions.

 3. Practical Massage assessments:  Due 7th November 2016

 You will be required to complete a full body therapeutic massage sequence as well as a sports massage treatment.

4. Practical Musculoskeletal Assessments x 4

  • Each practical assessment will assess a region at a time which you will be required to demonstrate the following:

    Practical assessment (1):  Pelvis & Thigh  on 5th August 2016

    Practical assessment (2):  Lower leg & Thorax on 9th September 2016

    Practical assessment (3):  Shoulder & Neck on 14th October

    Practical assessment (4):  Head & Forearms on 11th November

5. Clinic skills observation log:  Due 4th November 2016 & submitted to clinic supervisor on due

  • You will be required to satisfy the requirements of your observation checklist within the clinical setting. During a clinical shift you will be required to assess the needs of a client and follow treatment protocol to satisfy the clients treatment expectations  

You need to be deemed satisfactory in ALL assessment tasks in order to achieve competency for these units.

In addition, students need to complete 80 hours of massage client consultation work and performed at least 40 massage assessments.


Assessment Matrix

 

NATIONAL UNIT CODE : HLTMSG001

NATIONAL UNIT NAME: Develop Massage Practice

RMIT CODE:

Co-Delivered: HLTMSG002/HLTMSG004

Elements

Performance Criteria

Related Assessment Tasks

Assessment Method/

Types of Evidence  

  1. Establish foundations of massage practice

1.1    Identify, access and interpret information on the central philosophies of massage practice

Write a flyer promoting massage

Assignment/ Project

1.2    Evaluate the massage system of treatment and its application to current health issues

Write a flyer promoting massage

Assignment/ Project

1.3    Compare and contrast massage, other complementary health modalities and broader health practice

Write a flyer promoting massage

Assignment/ Project

  1. Represent the massage framework

2.1.  Determine information needs of different individuals and groups

Write a flyer promoting massage

Assignment/ Project

2.2.  Identify key messages that represent the philosophy and practice of massage

Write a flyer promoting massage

Assignment/ Project

2.3.  Communicate information about massage at level of depth appropriate to audience needs

Write a flyer promoting massage

Assignment/ Project

  1. Determine requirements for sustainable massage practice

3.1    Identify key issues that affect the development and sustainability of professional practice

Structured Reflective journal

Self-Reflections

3.2    Identify economic, environmental, human and social considerations, and their impact on professional practice

Structured Reflective journal

Self-Reflections

3.3    Establish a personal health strategy that supports massage practice

Structured Reflective journal

Self-Reflections

3.4    Access, interpret and collate current information that supports professional practice

Structured Reflective journal

Self-Reflections

  1. Develop approach to own practice

4.1    Reflect on professional goals and aspirations

Structured Reflective journal

Self-Reflections

4.2    Identify and assess professional opportunities in massage

Structured Reflective journal

Self-Reflections

4.3    Reflect on the opportunities and constraints of individual personal circumstances

Structured Reflective journal

Self-Reflections

4.4    Make decisions about practice direction, based on reflection and research

Structured Reflective journal

Self-Reflections

 

4.5  Develop practical strategies that address own practice goals

Structured Reflective journal

Self-Reflections

 

Critical Aspects of Assessment

  1. Skills must have been demonstrated in the workplace or in a simulated environment that reflects workplace conditions. The following conditions must be met for this unit:

use of suitable facilities, equipment and resources

modelling of industry operating conditions and contingencies

 

  1. Assessors must satisfy the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015/AQTF mandatory competency requirements for assessors.

 

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

Performance Evidence  

The candidate must show evidence of the ability to complete tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit, manage tasks and manage contingencies in the context of the job role. There must be evidence that the candidate has:

  • used critical thinking skills to:
  • review and reflect on information from a range of sources about massage practice
  • evaluate and articulate requirements for sustainable massage practice
  • communicated key messages about massage therapy to meet the information needs of at least 3 different individuals or groups
  • developed goals for own practice that reflect the values and philosophies of massage therapy

 

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

KnowledgeEvidence

The candidate must be able to demonstrate essential knowledge required to effectively complete tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit, manage tasks and manage contingencies in the context of the work role. This includes knowledge of:

  • historical development of massage
  • different types of massage treatments and their key features and purpose, including the difference between relaxation and remedial massage
  • key features of complementary therapies used in conjunction with massage, including:
  • aromatherapy
  • reflexology
  • key features of allied health services and their relationship to massage, including:
  • physiotherapy
  • osteopathy
  • chiropractic
  • exercise physiology
  • dietetics
  • naturopathy
  • place of massage practice in the broader health care system
  • professional massage networks and industry bodies
  • different models of professional massage practice and their employment opportunities
  • components of sustainable practice:
  • economic – opportunities and viability
  • environmental
  • human – personal health, professional development
  • social responsibility
  • legal and ethical considerations (national and state/territory) and how these are applied in individual practice:
  • children in the workplace
  • codes of conduct
  • continuing professional education
  • discrimination
  • dignity of risk
  • duty of care
  • human rights
  • informed consent
  • insurance requirements
  • mandatory reporting
  • practitioner/client boundaries
  • privacy, confidentiality and disclosure
  • records management
  • work role boundaries – responsibilities and limitations
  • work health and safety

 

 

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

Foundation Skills

 

 

Core Skills from the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF)

  • Reading

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

  • Writing

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

  • Oral Communication

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

  • Numeracy

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

  • Learning

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

Employability Skills from the Core Skills for Work Framework (CFW)

 

 

  1. Navigate the world of work

1a. Manage career and work life

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

1b. Work with roles, rights and protocols

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

  1. Interact with others

2a. Communicate for work

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

2b. Connect and work with  others

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

2c. Recognise and utilize diverse perspectives

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

  1. Get the work done

3a. Plan and organise

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

3b. Make decisions

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

3c. Identify and solve problems

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

3d. Create and innovate

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

3e. Work in a digital world

Write a flyer promoting massage

Structured Reflective journal

Assignment/ Project,

Self-Reflections

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