PEP allows you to put theory into practice in a real health field, sometimes in your first year. In this hands-on course, you will learn how to develop and improve your level of musicians under the direction of the university and UTAS staff. You will do this through a selection of vocal, instrumental or compositional studies. You improve your musical and performance rehearsal skills, your musical ability and your ability to communicate information about your musical ideas, and culminate with a musical recital or a folio composer evaluated by UTAS staff. This course allows students to combine a love of sport or physical activity with a desire to develop knowledge about the factors that influence and influence performance. They learn human body systems, fitness components, training methods, exercise skills and modes, sports nutrition and the role of physical activity in the enjoyment of life. They participate in theoretical, experimental, group learning and participate in a series of practical sports and recreational activities. The compliance process is there to protect you and the people you are interested in. It makes sure you are safe to practice and helps make sure you stay safe in practice. This course is an introduction to all sectors of the hospitality and food industry. It develops work-related skills and can prepare you for vocational training courses at Hospitality or Cookery. They learn the hygiene and safety of the kitchen, the cultural reasons for food consumption, nutritional needs, menu planning, finding a job in the restaurant business and how new foods are developed. Skills are developed in the preparation, presentation and service of food and non-alcoholic beverages.
You have one theory class per week and a long session at Break Café from session 2 until the end of lunch. Students will cook in class and serve lunch. In this course, you will ask yourself whether the information in our world is facts, fiction or opinion. By reading articles on the Internet, newspapers and magazines, grandmas, infographics, letters, emails, Facebook messages, tweets, historical and geographic texts, and viewing videos, documentaries and YouTube news, you`ll learn more about world issues and think about how we make moral decisions. It is with this knowledge that you express your voice by creating factual, information and opinion texts. 2D and 3D digital design develops skills in applying graphics processes and 2D and 3D animation to meet design briefs. Design principles and practices are applied to create visual content with professional digital graphics applications. A design process is used to plan, adopt and respond to a variety of real-world design contexts.
You will have three small projects and a large project of your choice and a two-hour exam. They learn more about the interactions between the natural world and human society. They develop investigative, analytical and communication skills to analyze evidence, to make informed decisions about current environmental issues and their implications in society. If you want to develop your skills and knowledge in free time and commercial shipping while exploring the Derwent River and the surrounding area on the college boat, initiation to maritime vocational training is the only thing for you. You learn safe work practices, maritime rules and regulations, emergency over-lifes and firefighters and navigation; while developing your practical skills in handling the boat. They will perform a combination of theory and practical work aboard Rosny`s training vessel and acquire the necessary qualifications for employment on merchant vessels. This course gives you an understanding of the basic skills needed to find a job and how you can work in the workplace. This vocational training course is intended to give rise to another vocational training course in the sector chosen in Grade 12.