Course Title: Manage systems

Part B: Course Detail

Teaching Period: Term1 2007

Course Code: BUSM9898C

Course ID: 035461

Course Title: Manage systems

School: 345T Creative Media

Program Code: C4144 - Certificate IV in Audio Visual Technology

Course Contact : Adam Lovell

Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9925 4976

Course Contact Email: adam.lovell@rmit.edu.au


Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff

Rowan Humphrey
rowan.humphrey@rmit.edu.au
Phone 99254345
Office 94-2-35

Nominal Hours: 30

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

None

Course Description

The purpose of this course is to provide you with an introduction to basic audiovisual manual handling skills and to explore the process of managing an inventory and the requirements of coordinating technical operations


National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria

National Element Code & Title:

CUETEM2A Manage systems

Element:

CUETEM2A/01 Maintain inventory system

Element:

CUETEM2A/02 Maintain repair and maintenance system

Element:

CUETEM2A/03 Complete documentation


Learning Outcomes


Refer to elements above


Overview of Learning Activities


Details of Learning Activities

Combination of classroom activities, field exercises and theory tutorials.

When learners are required to prepare documents such as CV’s or to follow up Practical Placement arrangements they will be allocated class time to carry out these tasks in the library or  from home. During first semester in class activities will be approx. 10 hours and out of class work at least 20 hours. Some additional study time should be allowed over and above these estimates.

International students must attend all scheduled classes and Focus Group classes.


Teaching Schedule

WeekPlanned Activities (Subject to change)
1 Orientation week
2 Introduction to AV Process: Course Guide, Assessment, Twenty questions 25% discount
Form sub groups by interest area and enter diary dates, Skills register/inventory XLS
Practical Placement Process and Planning Forms , Assignment for week two rotations
3 1/2 hour rotations Handling common AV devices
4 1/2 hour rotations reviewing prior week exercise
5 Labour day holiday
6 Event focus Group first hour then Audio Focus Group second hour
  • CV prep
  • Cover letter
7 Technical focus Group first hour then Screen Focus Group second hour
  • CV prep
  • Cover letter
8 Event focus Group first hour then Audio Focus Group second hour
  • Inventory/systems management
  • Event Co-ordination
9 Technical focus Group first hour then Screen Focus Group second hour
  • Inventory/systems management
  • Event Co-ordination
10 Audio Focus Group Prac placement progress
11 Screen Focus Group Prac placement progress
12 Event focus Group Prac placement progress
13 Technical focus Group Prac placement progress
14 Scheduled appointments as required, one on one
15 Scheduled appointments as required, one on one
16 Scheduled appointments as required, one on one
17 Queens birthday holiday
18 Scheduled appointments as required, one on one

Overview of Learning Resources


Learning Resources

Prescribed Texts


References


Other Resources

Handouts will be provided in class.


Overview of Assessment

Industry placement of 35 hours which includes:
Completed Log sheet 20%
Completed employer report 20%
Written journal/report of 800 words 60%
(International students will complete practical placement assessment activities in projects run with RMIT staff.)


Assessment Tasks

1 Learner completes a log sheet as they undertake practical placement
2 Learner arranges for the Host Employer to complete a report on their performance during the practical placment.
3 Learner must complete a journal of their practical placement and address questions in relation to the elements and performance criteria. Details will be provided in the first class.

Due date for submission of these items is 7 November 2007.

Other Information

IMPORTANT:
To ensure Workcover compliance, the signed Practical Placement Agreement Form must be returned to the teacher before you commence your placement.
If you commence your placement without prior completion of this form and you are injured whilst at placement, you will NOT be covered by Workcover insurance and you may be personally liable for EXPENSIVE AND ONGOING medical and/or legal expenses.
This could amount to many thousands of dollars of ongoing expense.

(Not relevant to International students)

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