Captain Cook College - Student Induction

Captain Cook College - Student Induction

Student Induction



July 11, 2012


  1. CRICOS# 02968E

  2. I would like to acknowledge the Turrbal people who are

    the Traditional Custodians of this Land, where we are located today. Nundah means “CHAIN OF WATER HOLES” in the traditional Turrbal language. I would also like to pay my respect to the Elders both past and present and extend that respect to the other Indigenous Australians. WELCOME TO COUNTRY
  3. Time Object Detail Resource 1 Greetings Introduce Productivity Partners Check

    student’ PPT 2 Introduce PPP and NTIS Eligibility requirement & Training Pathways Available PPT Course training plan 3 Student’s Handbook Discussion on the content of the student handbook Handbook available online 4 Campus –facilities Nundah - office ,lunch room and student room 5 Learning Management System What is LMS? How to Use it! 6 Introduction Quiz on LMS Completion of enrolments on line and the skills Audit
  4. NUNDAH CAMPUS: 82 BUCKLAND Rd, NUNDAH Phone: (07) 3260 6061

    Productivity Partners offers you a quality learning environment with experienced trainers who focus on your individual learning needs. We offer a range of training courses with up-to-date, well organized learning materials. NUNDAH CAMPUS
  5. Productivity Partners Nundah Campus Main entrance, 2nd Door on the

    left Main entrance, right at the end of the hall Tea, Coffee, Microwave and fridge facilities available Relax and catch up on assessment
  6. Certificate in Technical Security Certificate in Security Risk Management Certificate

    in Information Technology Certificate IV in TAE – Training and Assessment Certificate in Business Certificate Project Management School Base Traineeship / Workplace Traineeship
  7. The best possible opportunity to participate in a practical learning

    environment. assessment is fair and based on the relevant and current national training package. Your assessment takes place using a combination of structured theoretical and Practical activities and assignments in the training environment. please note that no vocation placement is provided within these programs. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) RPL can provide an opportunity to have existing skills and experience formally recognised. We guide you through the RPL process. Credit Transfer applies if you have done the same unit in other course
  8. None
  9. Qualifications Job Roles Cert III in Information Technology • Call

    Centre Support Representative • Client Support Officer • Computer Operator • Customer Liaison • Customer Service Representative • Help Desk Officer • Help Desk Technician • ICT Operations Support • ICT User Support • • IT Technician • • Maintenance Technician • • PC Support • • PC Support Specialist • • Sales Support Technician • • Support Technician • • Technical Support • • User Support Specialist Cert IV in Project Management • Project Coordinator • Project Management Officer • Project Team Member • Project & Program Administrator • Administration Officer • Customer Service Advisor • Personal Assistance • Small Business Assistance • Student Service Officer Cert IV in Business • Administrator • Project Officer • Scheduler • Quality Assurance Coordinator or Manager • Subject Matter Expert/Coach • Team Leader
  10. Australian Citizen or Permanent Australian Resident Looking for Work –

    Job Seeker Registered with a Job Service Provider – EG: Max employment, Sarnia Russo Must attend 80% of your classes Hand your assessment in on time according to your training plan
  11. National Training Information Service (NTIS), the database on vocational education

    and training in Australia. NTIS is the official national register of information on Training Packages, Qualifications, Courses, Units of Competency and Registered Training Organisations (RTOs)\
  12. None
  13. Unit Code. Description Delivery Dates Assessment Due Date BSBPMG401A Apply

    Scope Management Techniques 16/06/2011 17/06/2011 23/06/2011 24/06/2011 30/06/2011 1/07/2011 15/07/2011 BSBPMG402A Apply Time Management Techniques 7/07/2011 8/07/2011 14/07/2011 15/07/2011 29/07/2011 BSBPMG403A Apply Cost Management Techniques 21/07/2011 22/07/2011 28/07/2011 29/07/2011 12/08/2011 BSBPMG404A Apply Quality Management Techniques 4/08/2011 5/08/2011 11/08/2011 12/08/2011 26/08/2011 BSBPMG405A Apply Human Resources Management Techniques 18/08/2011 19/08/2011 25/08/2011 26/08/2011 9/09/2011 EXAMPLE OF YOUR TRAINING PLAN Cert IV in Project Management – BSB41507 Training Plan for:…………………………………………………………… START DATE: 16/06/2011 Expected End Date……28/10/2011
  14. Student Identification Card Photo’s will be taken on the first

    day of class Benefit’s – concession on transport, discount on Learning Resources E.G. computer software, books Your photo will be uploaded to the LMS and can only been seen by other class members
  15. Recording of classes Lessons Audio Recording - Trainer’s voice of

    delivering the lesson to the class. Visual Recording - Only information on the white board or trainer Monitoring of Study - Your computer screens maybe monitored by your trainer, you will received a warn if you are miss using the internet Student will be notify when recording will take place
  16. Welcome (message from the CEO – Judi Cook) About Productivity

    Partners (mission statement, Vision Statement, contact details, transport and accommodation ) Enrolment Procedures (online process and change of address) Recognition of Prior Learning (credit transfer and rules)
  17. Student Records / Data Management (Confidentiality of records and assessments)

    Academic and Administration Staff (staff assistance, notices, Dress Code, Code of Conduct, Misconduct policy, monitoring of course progress, unsatisfactory performance, students services, academic calendar) Qualifications on offer (flexible learning, assessment, plagiarism) Policy Information (Assess and Equity, OHS, Sexual Harassment, complaints & appeal, computer facility access, code of Ethics, conflict)
  18. Car Parking There is NO Parking on the premises Available

    Parking: First street on the left (Duke Street) after the rail line bridge on Buckland road Council parking near the Church on Chapel Street Parking at Toombul Shopping Centre and walk up to the college
  19. Mobile Phone Etiquette while in a Learning Environment 1. Turn

    Your Mobile Ringer Off  Set to vibrate, meeting or silent  Different ring tones can be annoying  Trainer and students will know how offend you get calls 2. Use your Mobile only for important calls What is Important  Family Emergencies – something which must be dealt with immediately (child sick at school or day care)  Response for Job Interview – if you have to report to your JSA / Centerlink or information about an interview appointment Not Important  Family member ringing for a chat about your cousin  Friend calling to chat about your face book page or organising to go for a night out on the town
  20. 3. Don’t bring your mobile into the restroom (toilet) 

    This should apply anywhere Why?  Never know who’s in there  Person on the other end of the line will hear all the bathroom sounds  Invasion of other people’s privacy 4. Bring your mobile phone into a learning environment  Set to vibrate doing this will be tempted to see who it’s from This is rude Clear signal to your trainer that your mind is not 100% on your study Attend calls during your break REMEMBER – THERE WAS A TIME BEFORE WE HAD MOBILE PHONES
  21. Welcome to our new Learning Management System • To enhance

    your learning experience we are introducing a new Learning Management system (LMS) • The LMS will allow you to download and upload assignments, communicate with your trainer and each other and allow your trainer to provide you with interactive assessments.
  22. • All assignments submitted via LMS are saved on the

    Productivity Partners server and backed up on a continuous basis. • You will be able to access your course from any computer once you have logged into the LMS. • You will be able to submit your assessment items at any time of the day or night using the LMS.
  23. Register Productivity Partners We have been advised that some of

    our students are not getting the emails that we are sending out to you. This is apparently due to Spam filters blocking these messages. Please ensure you add our domain to your safe sender list within your email accounts
  24. So…Let’s enroll/create your user name and log in into your

    course in the LMS. • Open Internet Explorer on the computer. • From your web browser type and strike your enter key
  25. Welcome to our new Learning Management System Click on the

    Create new account link located under the Login button
  26. If you have already clicked on the Login button you

    will get this screen…don’t panic, you can create a new account from here Just click on the create new account button at the bottom of the screen!!
  27. Create your new account by filling in the boxes Note:

    username must have at least 6 characters 1 digit, 1 lower case and 1 uppercase City / town is your suburb you live E.G Nundah This must be your BIRTH name, as this will be the name issued on your Qualification
  28. Learner Unique Identification (LUI) number you are issued with when

    studying Please always choose the option from the drop down box Ensure you have either an email or phone contact details
  29. Payment Option will be QPPP Funding (free jobseeker) Agent officer

    is your Job Service Provider E.G. Max Employment, Mission Australia Please advise of suburb location (Admin will search contact details if required)
  30. Once you have accepted the declaration click on the create

    my new account
  31. If you have a page display like this you will

    need to go back and check the error you may have made and correct it, or not enough information has been given E.G. you have followed the instruction on the password
  32. When you have created the account you will receive this

    message, click on the continue button
  33. Welcome to our new Learning Management System • The LMS

    has now sent you an email confirming your registration, you will need to click on the confirmation link in your email to be able to login to our LMS. • Please open a new tab, login to your email (via webmail) and find the email sent by our LMS.
  34. Find the email from LMS and click on the confirmation

    of registration link
  35. Click on Introduction to Vocational Education

  36. Click onto Introduction in the left hand corner

  37. Click on the Training Needs Analysis Document and Upload

  38. Click on the document – Training Needs Analysis Read the

    instructions carefully
  39. Go through and answer the question to the best of

    your ability
  40. 1st Screen – save your document Saving your document as

    stated on the instructions - Your name_TNA Close the document 2nd Screen – Save your document to the desk top How to save your documents
  41. Once you have closed your document return back to Training

    Needs Analysis Document and Upload using the yellow tool bar Under Upload this file Click on the Browse Button
  42. Click on the Desk Top Button on the left hand

    side Find your document you saved with your name _TNA
  43. Double click on the document This page will appear with

    writing next to the browse button
  44. File uploaded successfully Click the continue button

  45. The document should be displayed Complete the remaining documents following

    the same process
  46. Next Exercise Click Self Assessment

  47. Please read the instruction carefully, click on attempt

  48. Answer the question to the best of your ability by

    clicking on the circle next to the answer you wish to choose
  49. Once you have completed all the question click on SUBMIT

  50. All students will need to work through the following: •

    Language, Literacy and Numeracy (Quiz questions) • Word Skills Audit • Excel Skills Audit Information Technology Student’s ONLY to complete extra exercise • Quiz Please read all instructions first, download your documents as stated in the instructions.