Working in Confined Spaces

The concept of animal welfare includes three elements: the animal’s normal biological functioning (which, among other things, means ensuring that the animal is healthy and well-nourished), its emotional state (including the absence of negative emotions, such as pain and chronic fear), and its ability to express certain traits.

Learning Objectives:

  • Apply moderation expertise: Confidently utilize moderation practices in an outcomes-based assessment environment. (Highlights application)
  • Build a robust system: Design and implement an internal assessment and moderation system for optimal effectiveness. (Focuses on creation)
  • Master the moderation cycle: Navigate the planning, preparation, and execution of moderation activities across all necessary stages. (Emphasizes the process)
  • Drive continuous improvement: Critically evaluate and refine moderation systems and processes to ensure ongoing effectiveness. 

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The course is designed for a range of professionals, including:

  • Underground engineer
  • Water distribution/Sewerage process operator
  • Water/Wastewater treatment plant operator
  • Boiler/plant room maintenance

The  module shall be delivered by way of:

  • Lectures
  • Demonstrations
  • Video
  • Group presentations
  • Case studies
  • Assignments & Tests

Each training group will have their training resources tailor made to meet their specific training requirements. The delivery method will be adjusted accordingly.