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My Qualifications

Master of Business Administration (Still Studying)

  • People, Leadership and Culture

Graduate Certificate of Education (TESOL)

  • Principles of Second Language Methodology (credit)
  • Second Language Acquisition (credit)
  • Language and Culture (credit)
  • Language Assessment in TESOL (credit)

Bachelor of Training and Development (Management)

  • Introduction to Workplace Learning (distinction)
  • Best Practices in Workplace Education and Training (credit)
  • Advanced Academic Skills in Critical Context (credit)
  • Social Computing Tools: Blogs, Wikis and Beyond
  • Human Resource Planning and Development
  • Human Resource Management
  • Contemporary Management (credit)
  • Strategic Planning and Management (distinction)
  • Credit Transfer: Completion of Advanced Diploma in Adult Education

Bachelor of Adult Education (Human Resource Development) (Exit at Advanced Diploma in Adult Education)

  • Adult Teaching and Learning
  • Psychological Perspectives on Adult Learning
  • Human Resource Development Strategies
  • Human Resource Development Practices
  • Competency Assessment in the Workplace
  • Language Culture and Communication 1
  • Language Culture and Communication 2
  • Developing Interpersonal Communication
  • Workplace Practicum
  • Credit Transfer: 7 Unspecified Units from Previous Study

Bachelor of Vocational Education (Secondary) (Withdrew with 96 Credit Points of 144 Needed)

  • Adult Literacy and Numeracy at Work
  • VET Curriculum in Schools
  • Workplace Training and Assessment
  • Teaching, Learning and Planning
  • Learning in VET
  • Psychology of Communication
  • Content Studies 1: Accounting
  • Content Studies 2: Information Technology
  • Credit Transfer: 8 Unspecified Units from Previous Study

Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116)

  • Plan, organise and deliver group-based learning
  • Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplace
  • Make a presentation
  • Design and develop learning programs
  • Use training packages and accredited courses to meet client needs
  • Plan assessment activities and processes
  • Assess competence
  • Participate in assessment validation
  • Design and develop assessment tools (diploma level)
  • Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills

Certificate IV in Communication and Media

  • Communication theory, mass communication (credit)
  • Communication industry orientation (credit)
  • Editing for communicators (distinction)
  • Writing for the news media
  • Writing for the workplace
  • Write content and/or copy
  • News media research skills
  • Conduct research
  • Making presentations
  • Access the Internet
  • Advanced operations of computer applications
  • Negotiation skills
  • Lead or facilitate work teams
  • Team participation skills

Bachelor of Journalism (Incomplete)

  • News Writing and Ethics
  • News and Politics
  • Media Law

Bachelor of Law (Incomplete)

  • Legal Institutions

Certificate III in Information Technology

  • Operating systems (DOS) (A grade pass)
  • Graphical user interfaces (Windows) (A grade pass)
  • Using computer networks (Windows) (A grade pass)
  • Word processing (MS Word)
  • Spreadsheets 1 (Excel) (A grade pass)
  • Spreadsheets 2 (Excel) (A grade pass)
  • Database 1 (Access) (A grade pass)
  • Database 2 (Access) (A grade pass)
  • Desktop publishing applied (Publisher)
  • Introduction to computerised accounting packages (Attache)
  • 3GL Programming (QBasic) (B grade pass)
  • Computing practical skills (A grade pass)
  • Computer administration (A grade pass)
  • Computer systems basics (A grade pass)
  • Software support (B grade pass)
  • Computer hardware fundamentals (A grade pass)
  • Keyboarding techniques and operations
  • The information technology industry
  • Work team communication
  • Job seeking skills

Computer Industry Training Program (Advanced Diploma Level Units)

  • Program design
  • Coding in COBOL
  • Coding in PL/I

Certificate III in Financial Services

  • Prepare financial reports (Certificate IV level)
  • Prepare and process financial/business documents
  • Maintain financial records
  • Process journal entries
  • Prepare and bank receipts
  • Administer accounts payable
  • Maintain daily/financial business records
  • Process payroll
  • Manage budgets and forecasts (Diploma level)
  • Prepare operational budgets (Certificate IV level)
  • Prepare reports for management
  • Set up and operate a computerised accounting system (Certificate IV level)
  • Create and use simple spreadsheets
  • Use technology in the workplace
  • Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry (Certificate IV level)
  • Work within a financial services context
  • Make decisions in a legal context (Certificate IV level)
  • Deliver a service to customers
  • Communicate in the workplace
  • Work as part of a team
  • Resolve customer complaints
  • Apply health and safety practices in the workplace

Advanced Diploma of Accounting (Incomplete)

  • Accounting 1 (credit)
  • Accounting 2
  • Financial accounting applications 1
  • Financial accounting applications 2
  • Budgeting (distinction)
  • Business maths and statistics (distinction)
  • Computer accounting (distinction)
  • Commercial computing 1 (distinction)
  • Commercial computing 2 (distinction)
  • Accounting spreadsheet applications (distinction)
  • Commercial law 1
  • Commercial law 2
  • Income tax law for accountants
  • Office tax procedures (credit)
  • Organisational behaviour (distinction)
  • Negotiation skills
  • Presenting reports
  • Writing workplace documents

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