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Engineering | International | TAFE Queensland
 
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Develop the practical and technical skills to design and draft various engineering applications and drawings for transport systems, pipelines, dams, bridges, high-rise buildings and plant, mining and industrial water and waste management facilities. Our courses will teach you how to set up machinery to enable the manufacture of engineering products, repair and replacing components, design and manufacture modifications to existing component parts, maintain plant and equipment, and construct and commission work. Employers actively seek our students for cadetships due to our industry-relevant and practical training which is accredited by Engineers Australia, the peak body for engineering professionals in Australia. Visit www.tafeqld.edu.au/international to find out more.
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Carpentry Skills Test
 
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Skills tests are an industry assessment of occupational competence taken by apprentices who wish to practice in their relevant craft. They demonstrate that apprentices have the level of competence and productivity expected by the industry.
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How to read a micrometer
 
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Full version of video here https://shop.tafesa.edu.au/LOR/Browse.aspx?ItemID=307 How to read a Micrometer These interactive DVDs use a mix of video footage and 3D modelling. Learners are guided through a micrometer and vernier reading in a step-by-step process that allows time for the viewer to calculate the reading before the measurement is explained. To find out about engineering, electrotechnology and mining courses offered by TAFE SA go to http://www.tafesa.edu.au or call 1800 882 661.
FNSBKG402 Sample Certificate 4 in Bookkeeping
 
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When you study the Certificate IV in Bookkeping and Accounting you get full access to the classroom recordings for each unit. This is great if you miss a course or studying your cert iv in bookkeeping online. http://www.appliededucation.edu.au/bookkeeping-accounting/certificate-iv-bookkeeping
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Get Farm-Ready | Online Courses Rural Operations and Agribusiness
 
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We want to let you know about a great course you can do mostly online to get your farm ready and there are fully funded positions! Jump onto the Innovative Business Training website to find out about the Rural Operations and Agribusiness. http://www.innovativebusinesstraining.edu.au/enquire/ We want to get you aspiring farmers farm ready and this is just another way you can make that happen. So jump online and read up, we have some more information above. Let’s get you farming The course provides individuals in rural and regional areas with the skills and knowledge to work in industries associated with agriculture, horticulture and conservation land management, as well as local government, eco-tourism, hospitality and small business or social enterprises. The program is delivered flexibly, you can determine how quickly you want to work through the units and complete the program. IBT currently has funding if you have completed a previous certificate and want to upskill by completing this Certificate III in Rural Operations. ------------------------------- One of the courses Innovative Business Training delivers that may be of interest to aspiring farmers is the Certificate III in Rural Operations (AHC32816). ------------------------------- IBT are committed to developing regional and agricultural business talent. Funded places are available NOW in Certificate III in Rural Operations and Certificate IV in Agribusiness qualifications. Head over to the website to submit a course enquiry and a friendly IBT Coordinator Natalia will contact you within 24 hours! http://www.innovativebusinesstraining.edu.au/enquire/ ------------------------------- IBT has been delivering training for over 25 years and are extremely proud to be contributing to the regional economy by up-skilling and creating better opportunities for their students. IBT are also the only private provider that has received Skills First funding to deliver Certificate III in Rural Operations and Certificate IV in Agribusiness qualifications in regional VIC. As a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), all of IBT’s trainer are exceptionally qualified and have relevant, up-to-date and practical industry and market experience. They uphold the highest levels of integrity and their training methods are nationally recognised.
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+27787743362 PLUMBING AND PIPEFITTING COURSES IN SOUTH AFRICA
 
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Top 10 Reasons for Becoming a Bricklayer in Australia
 
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Thinking of becoming a bricklayer in Australia? Bricklaying is a craft, a skilled trade and a rewarding job. So what are the top ten reasons brickies love being a bricklayer? 1. Working outdoors 2. You get a qualification 3. The results of your work are on display 4. You can make good money 5. You can be your own boss 6. You've got the freedom to travel 7. You work as part of a team 8. Keep fit 9. You can become a builder or have another career in the building industry 10. There is a skills shortage in Australia If you like the sound of these reasons, then maybe you should find out more about becoming a bricklayer and start an Australian bricklaying apprenticeship. Go to http://www.becomeabricklayer.com.au or like our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/becomeabricklayer to get more information and keep in the know. There are bricklaying apprenticeships available now in Australia. To complete a Work, Ready Program to try out bricklaying or to apply for a bricklaying apprenticeship call Become A Bricklayer on 1300 30 44 77 or the Australian Brick and Blocklaying Training Foundation (ABBTF) on 1300 66 44 96.
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Info Day 2012
 
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Unsure? One thing's for sure... http://www.ballarat.edu.au/future-students/change-of-preference UB Info Day Wednesday 19th December 11am - 3pm (Mt Helen Campus) Come in and discover why students love to study at UB. You'll meet our 5-star-rated teachers and have your questions answered. With 5 stars for teaching quality* four years in a row - UB is the ideal place for you to learn to succeed. That's why we'd like to encourage you to consider UB for your tertiary studies/further education. It's not just the quality of our teaching that sets us apart. It's the quality of our teachers. They're approachable. They have an open door policy. They take the time to know their students and help them fulfill their potential. And with so many programs to choose from at UB, we can lead you into a wide variety of exciting career pathways. *Source: The Good Universities Guide 2010/2011/2012/2013
Mechanical Draftsperson - Try it for 5
 
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Mechanical engineering draftspersons prepare drawings, designs and plans that enable the manufacture and construction of a range of mechanical parts and equipment. Subscribe to our channel for more career development information, or: Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jobsandskillswa Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jobsandskillswa Visit our website: https://www.jobsandskills.wa.gov.au/
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NAATI Interpreting Workshop (January 2014)
 
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Welding Training | Perth Welding Training Courses
 
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Welding Training http://www.weldingtraining.net.au Perth Premier Welding Training Company (08) 9451 6778 Here at the ENRYB Training Centre are an International Welding Training Company with 40 years Management experience under their belt and offer practical, one-on-one and hands-on welding training. Our welding trainers are experienced offshore pipeline instructors and will watch over you while you are learning the techniques of welding with our 1st class equipment. We hire out welding bays allowing us to complete the Welding Procedure Qualifications and Testing. We offer manual welding and semi-automatic welding some such as AS1554, AS3992 and AWS D1.1 Some of the processes of welding include Gas Metal Arc, Flux Core, Manual Metal Arc, Surface Tension Transfer and Orbital. We are conveniently located in Welshpool so if you are looking for some welding training then give us a call on 08 9451 6778 and get the world class training you deserve.
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Skills for All ~ Aarons fresh start
 
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Smart Fabrications Employee, Aaron, talks about how a trade has benefited him and his career. (Take from; http://www.skills.sa.gov.au/make-your-fresh-start/fresh-start-stories/aaron) *********************************** "There are opportunities if you want to take them, you just need to take the first step." I left school early as I didn't really like it that much. I'm not really into the theory, I'd rather know how things work. I'd really like to build a bridge or some other big structure and go home and be able to tell someone about it, that's more real to me. My family said I had a choice of going out to work full time or get into some study. I thought, working would give me money now, but it doesn't provide me with a future. So I called up TAFE to see what I could find out. They told me about the Certificate I in Engineering. It sounded interesting, so I decided to give it a go. TAFE is completely different to school, they don't treat you like a student, they treat you like an adult. My lecturer showed me there are all sorts of opportunities for employment that open up when you study. The lecturers were really good, really supportive and they helped out a lot. We were doing all sorts of hands-on stuff right from the start -- it was pretty cool. When I finished the engineering course I was really lucky to get an apprenticeship as a boiler maker with a really good company. They start teaching you new things right on the first day! I didn't know that I would be here doing the things that I've done so quickly in my apprenticeship. There are opportunities if you want to take them, you just need to take the first step. I want to learn more so I'm continuing on with my studies and doing a Certificate III in Engineering -- Fabrication Trade. My family are very happy and proud of me now that I've got a job and an apprenticeship. I discovered if you're keen to learn, you'll be able to do it.
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Jobs in South Australia’s renewable energy transition
 
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South Australia leads the nation in renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, geothermal and wave power and the employment opportunities flowing from this sector continue to grow. Over 530 full-time jobs will be created through the construction of major energy initiatives including the Tesla and Neoen battery project at Jamestown and Solar Reserve’s 150MW solar thermal power plant to be built at Port Augusta - both the biggest of their kind. Join Tesla’s Mark Twidall and other panellists as they discuss how these projects will build a sustainable and reliable energy network, and create more job opportunities for South Australians as the industry expands.
Working for CAP Logistics
 
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CAP presents a unique and stimulating work experience. Come join a family environment that has our employees thrilled to be part of a proud and growing team. Email [email protected]
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'Don't eat too many peanuts': The Beatles' advice to a Kingaroy DJ in 1964
 
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'Don't eat too many peanuts': The Beatles' advice to a Kingaroy DJ in 1964: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-08-15/when-a-kingaroy-man-interviewed-fab-four-on-1964-tour/10114708. Thanks for watching, subscribe for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPLbW-HoiBuA8yepLypwA6g?sub_confirmation=1 The Beatles' 1964 tour: How a Kingaroy DJ interviewed the Fab Four on their spectacular Australian visit ABC North West Qld By Jennifer King and Adam Stephen  An unassuming Meals on Wheels volunteer in Mount Isa has shared a microphone with four of the greats — one of very few people in Australia to have interviewed The Beatles on their 1964 tour. Graham Brennan, 85, who was a radio presenter on South Burnett's 4SB in the 1960s, still has broadcasting in his blood, dropping in to the ABC office each week to say hello. He recalls the time he was sent to Brisbane's Lennon's Hotel to cover the visit by 'the mop tops' who had also just wrapped filming A Hard Day's Night. "I look back and think how lucky I was to meet them really." But unlike today's photo-happy world of fandom, he has no photographic evidence. "It was just me and the microphone and the boys. No photos were taken that I remember," Mr Brennan said. External Link: The Beatles land in Brisbane    The band, leaving a trail of rapturous, hysterical fans in their wake, played Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne before heading to New Zealand for several shows. By the time they arrived in Brisbane at midnight on June 29, about 8,000 screaming fans were waiting for them. "The crowds were enormous, standing on balconies and on rooftops, screaming and shouting," Mr Brennan recalled. "Once they got inside the hotel it was quiet and we were in a sound-proof room. Paul McCartney spoke first and the others followed.    Caught up in the emotion on that winter's night was then-university student Bob Katter and a group of his mates, who set about pelting the Fab Four with eggs. Despite The Beatles placing an ad in the newspaper the next day asking the egg tossers to come forward, it was not until 2004 that Mr Katter outed himself. "I was explaining that it was an intellectual reaction against Beatlemania. I'd thought this story up on the stairs on the way up, of course." External Link: Highlights of The Beatles Australia tour 1964   Looking for 'something to scream and shout to' Mr Brennan said Australia was enamoured by The Beatles at the time and the band had "struck gold at the right time". "[Teenagers] were looking for something out of the ordinary, something different, something they could scream and shout to," he said. "The songs that they brought out were easy to sing, very simple songs, not too complicated. But the teenagers, the children there, just took a liking to them and boom! They exploded really."    Despite being one of few journalists in Australia to have interviewed The Beatles, Mr Brennan did not get caught up in the glory and instead stayed with regional radio. Making the iconic album Two sound engineers tell 7.30 what it was like to help create the extraordinary soundscapes on Sgt Pepper.    These days he is happy volunteering with Meals and Wheels, delivering food and company to isolated members of the Mount Isa community. He has lived in the mining city since 1980, o #Don, #many, #peanuts, #TheBeatles, #advice, #KingaroyDJ, #1964 #thebeatles, #1964tour, #grahambrennan, #peanuts, #radio, #history
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Jane Nash talks about ANZ's 2014 Financial Literacy Survey at ASIC Financial Literacy CoP
 
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ASIC's Financial Literacy Community of Practice meeting 31 July 2015 Jane Nash, Head of Corporate Sustainability and Financial Inclusion at ANZ presents the results of the 2014 Adult Financial Literacy Survey.
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Training Local Workforces to Promote Energy Management in Industry and Buildings
 
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This webinar features training programs highlighted in the recently released Energy Management Working Group report, “Knowledge and Skills Needed to Implement Energy Management Systems in Industry and Commercial Buildings”. In the webinar, an international panel describes workforce-training programs that facilitate greater energy management proficiency for personnel in the industry and commercial buildings sectors in their countries.
Queensland University of Technology | Wikipedia audio article
 
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queensland_University_of_Technology 00:01:33 1 History 00:03:52 2 Campuses and precincts 00:04:12 2.1 Gardens Point 00:04:43 2.1.1 Gardens Cultural Precinct 00:06:04 2.1.2 Science and Engineering Centre 00:06:33 2.2 Kelvin Grove 00:07:45 2.3 Caboolture (transferred to USC) 00:08:36 2.4 Canberra 00:09:06 2.5 Carseldine (closed) 00:10:05 3 Academic profile 00:10:48 3.1 Rankings 00:20:51 4 Research 00:21:24 4.1 Research institutes 00:21:44 4.2 Research Centres 00:22:15 5 Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame 00:23:25 6 Library 00:25:01 7 Notable alumni and faculty 00:25:11 8 See also Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. Listen on Google Assistant through Extra Audio: https://assistant.google.com/services/invoke/uid/0000001a130b3f91 Other Wikipedia audio articles at: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=wikipedia+tts Upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts Speaking Rate: 0.9937594263516933 Voice name: en-AU-Wavenet-A "I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think." - Socrates SUMMARY ======= The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is a public research university located in the urban coastal city of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. QUT is located on two campuses in the Brisbane area: Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove. The university in its current form was founded in 1989, when the then Queensland Institute of Technology (QIT) was granted university status by the 'Queensland University of Technology Act' passed in 1988 and also by the subsequent merger of Brisbane College of Advanced Education with QUT in 1990. QUT was a member of the Australian Technology Network of universities and had withdrawn participation since 28 September 2018 onwards.In 2015, QUT had enrolled 48,503 students, including 8,218 international students from more than 100 countries, 35,304 undergraduate students, 12,035 postgraduate students and 1,164 non-award students. The university had a total of 4,872 Full-time equivalent (FTE) staff members (academic, professional, full-time or fractional full-time and casual) in 2015, and an annual budget of over $900 million. In 2016, the total revenue generated by QUT from its continuing operations was $992.519 million.
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