The ceiling today, internal corners, strips on the walls, some cornice and JSAs’ that is the plan.
After a review and some Peer & Self Assessment of the back wall, metal trims and flushing all good work and although differing standards the same end result for all just quicker in some cases, so yes I would say a success.
JSAs’ and Moodle next so this is a test of wills with tafeSA’s intranet & Internet connections
Why am I putting it off, they have seen the suite and viewed the site. I am so put off by the dramas to get them all logged on and signed up last years student login was a nightmare… Thursday… ahh… yes… Thursday… I’ll do it then..
8am I Theory session classroom I JSA I blank JSA I Group Activity 17 students into 5 groups Reporting back to class Tasks Only using blank forms I
In groups discuss the tasks performed in the workplace as covered in the Diagnostic Assessment and practical completed so far (Days 1 & 2)
- Manual handling of materials
- Use of sharp “Stanley type” knives
- Measuring and cutting plasterboard
- Use of Cordless screw guns and Collated Guns
- Use of Planks and Trestles
- Fixing of plasterboard to timber stud work
- Mixing Compounds
- Using flushing tools and equipment
- Flushing recess joints 1 st and 2nd coats
- Cutting and fixing Metal Trims
- Using tin snips
- Site clean up
- Disposal of waste material
These are to be covered in group discussions, the students may come up with others.
Analysing Risks – Leading students into the risks and analysing those risks using: Very unlikely, unlikely, likely, Very likely that an injury will occur.
What sort of risk or injury? – Serious risk and serious injury to possibilities of very low risks and slight injury.
Frequency – Discuss how often the tasks are to be performed, Very often, often seldom, once.