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Air-condition & Refrigeration
Elton Tjombonde

Air-condition & Refrigeration

Basic Air-conditioning 

Air conditioning and Refrigeration L1
John ShagamaElton Tjombonde

Air conditioning and Refrigeration L1

The first six month will be elementary training than six month for specific trade 


 Refrigeration and Air conditioning
David Mukombabi

Refrigeration and Air conditioning

Air conditioning and Refrigeration Level 3, the pre-request for this course is level 2 theory and practice.

Motivate Book Chapter 1 - 7
Tuyeimo Shaanika

Motivate Book Chapter 1 - 7

Radio Communication. telecommunication by means of radio waves. Radio communication requires the use of both transmitting and receiving equipment. The transmitting equipment, which includes a radio transmitter and a transmitting antenna, is installed at the point from which messages are transmitted. This includes: Draw a block diagram of FM, AM, FM / TV, SSB and ISB, RX and describe functions of each block.Explain the difficulties of ganging multiple r-f amplifier stages. Discuss selectivity and bandwidth requirements for dsb am reception in the h.f.band 



Computer Aided Design (CAD)
Tuyeimo Shaanika

Computer Aided Design (CAD)

Computer Aided Design (CAD) refers to the software that aids trainees to design the PCBs. The software provides a large number of tools and functionality that allow electronics trainees to make the products. 

Oscillator and Multi-vibrator
Tuyeimo Shaanika

Oscillator and Multi-vibrator

An oscillator is a tuned electronic circuit used to generate a continuous output waveform while multi-vibrator is (electronics) an electronic circuit used to implement a variety of simple two-state systems such as oscillators, timers, and flip-flops. A multi-vibrator is an electronic circuit used to implement a variety of simple two-state devices such as relaxation oscillators, timers and flip-flops. It consists of two amplifying devices (transistors, vacuum tubes or other devices) cross-coupled by resistors or capacitors. The oscillator converts the direct current from the power supply to an alternating current and they are used in many of the electronic devices. The signals used in the oscillators are a sine wave and the square wave.

Operation Amplifier (OP - AMP)
Tuyeimo Shaanika

Operation Amplifier (OP - AMP)

Understand the virtual earth concept, Drive the expressions and perform simple calculations for the voltage gain of an OP - AMP when connected as: Voltage follower, Inverting amplifier, summing amplifier as well as differential amplifier.   

Digital Electronics
Tuyeimo Shaanika

Digital Electronics

This course specifies the competency required to provide and analyse digital circuits as part of digital electronics. It includes understand the difference between analogue and digital signals.Give examples of analogue and digital systems. Explain the evolution of number system: base, symbols, counting sequence and positional weights (including both integers and fractions).Explain using symbols (American) and Truth tables the operation of logic element such as: AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, EX-OR, EX-NOR. 


Electronics
Tuyeimo Shaanika

Electronics

Electronics is a course for designing PCBs by the use of Professional Proteus software.

Air conditioning & Refrigeration
David Mukombabi

Air conditioning & Refrigeration

To appreciate and apply new techniques as they are introduced in the cold chain Industry. In addition Industrial relations factor due to be changing technology which increase the overlap between the craftsman activities.

CAD1
Hilkka Shipena

CAD1

The Proteus Design Suite is a proprietary software tool suite used primarily for electronic design. The software is used mainly by electronic engineers and technicians to create schematics and electronic prints for manufacturing Printed Circuit Boards (PCB).

Level 1 only perform schematic drawing and basic measurements. 


AC Circuits
Hilkka Shipena

AC Circuits

Identify and explain the generation of a sine wave. Explain the following waveforms, sine, square and saw-tooth wave terms: 

a.      Cycle, b.      Frequency, c.       Peak- peak value


Safety
Toivo Tamutilashito NanghongaHilkka Shipena

Safety

The course emphasizes the various safety related issues that arise in industrial settings, including health, security, and environmental factors. A broad range of topics will be addressed including measurement and regulatory requirements, as well as the handling of toxic, flammable and explosive materials, fire protection, personal protective equipment and emergency response. The basic hand tools will also be introduced and illustrated. Explain soldering and desoldering components.


Semiconductors
Hilkka Shipena

Semiconductors

semiconductor material has an electrical conductivity value falling between that of a conductor, such as metallic copper, and an insulator, such as glass. Its resistance falls as its temperature rises; metals are the opposite.

Carry Out Wheel Alignment Operations
Luther KanhaleloBathormeus Stefanus

Carry Out Wheel Alignment Operations

This course covers the following

  1. Description of wheel alignment procedures
  2. Domonstrate procedures for carrying out wheel alignment pre-checks
  3. Domonstrate procedures for performing vehicle wheel alignment



Hospitality and Tourism
Marlon Ndura

Hospitality and Tourism

Is always highly recommended to conserve the resources in hospitality and tourism.. 

National Vocational Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Level 2)
Ndakolute S. AbrahamSimons IhembaLuther Kanhalelokleopas NgenomeshoBathormeus Stefanus

National Vocational Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Level 2)

This qualification will be awarded to people who are credited with 49 credits and have met requirements of the compulsory sections.

National Vocational Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Level 1)
Simons IhembaLuther Kanhalelokleopas NgenomeshoBathormeus Stefanus

National Vocational Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Level 1)

This course is designed for people who want to gain skills /competencies required for performing basic automotive mechanics tasks. They are expected to be trained in the following unit standards

  1.  Apply safety rules and regulations in an automtive mechanics workshop
  2. Use basic metal processing tools in automotive mechanics
  3. Apply basic metal joining techniques used in automotive mechanics
  4. Demonstrate knowledge of basic components of in automobile
  5. Apply automotive mechanics service tools and equipment
  6. Clean, and finish the interior, exterior and components of an automobile
  7. Plan, organise and compelete work in an automotive mechanics environment
  8. Demonstrate knowledge of HIV and AIDS
  9. Apply basic numercy skills in English in different context
  10. Apply basic reading skills in English in different context
  11. Apply basic writting skills in English in different context
  12. Apply basic speaking in English skills in different context


Bricklaying and plasterin
Wilbard Mumbala

Bricklaying and plasterin

Bricklaying is a course that intended to train the trainees to become a crafts person so that they can participate in the construction industries .

Bricklaying and plasterin
Wilbard Mumbala

Bricklaying and plasterin

Bricklaying is a course that intended to train the trainees to become a crafts person so that they can participate in the construction industries .

National Vocational Certificate in Automotive Engineering   (Level 3)
Simons IhembaLuther Kanhalelokleopas NgenomeshoBathormeus Stefanus

National Vocational Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Level 3)

This course is for Automotive Mechanics technicians and automotive Electricians who are prepared to work on light vehicles.

The Entry requirement is the National Vocational Certificate in Automotive Engineering Level 2 or Equivalent.


Automotive Demonstration course
Ndakolute S. AbrahamHedwig AmakaliFabiam GeorgeMiriam HikumwahToivo Tamutilashito NanghongaKauna NeshilaElton Tjombonde

Automotive Demonstration course

This qualification recognises people who have the competencies required for performing basic automotive mechanics tasks. It is awarded to people who have demonstrated the skills and knowledge required to apply safety rules and regulations; use basic metal processing tools; apply basic metal joining techniques; apply knowledge of basic components of an automobile; apply automotive mechanics service tools and equipment; clean and finish the interior, exterior and components of an automobile; plan, organise and complete work in an automotive mechanics environment; apply fundamental communication and numeracy competencies in the workplace; and demonstrate knowledge of HIV and AIDS.

Automechanic
Simons Ihemba

Automechanic

Repair and maintain the vehicles

Automotive
Luther Kanhalelo

Automotive

Course summary 

Who is eligible 

Entry requirements e.t.c 

Use Brick and Block Laying Hand Tools
Manfred Petruttis

Use Brick and Block Laying Hand Tools

This course will equip you with essential knowledge and skills to use safely and effectively hand tools in bricklaying operations.

A notable person who used to enjoy bricklaying as a hobby was Sir Winston Churchill.

Brick Laying and Plastering Level 1
Rudolph Kapweya

Brick Laying and Plastering Level 1

Bricklaying is about working with building.

Bricklaying and Plastering Level 1
Rudolph KapweyaWilbard MumbalaFillipus Shiteni

Bricklaying and Plastering Level 1

The programmer is offered to people who want to obtain the skills and knowledge required to perform a range of bricklaying and plastering tasks. This include performing quantities estimations, and measurements related to bricklaying operations, like, carrying out leveling  and basic bricklaying and plastering.

Apply Safety Rules and Regulations in Bricklaying Operations
Ndakolute S. AbrahamManfred Petruttis

Apply Safety Rules and Regulations in Bricklaying Operations

A Trainee who completes this program successfully, will be able to explain and apply Safety Rules and Regulations in Bricklaying Operations. 

Moodle session training
Bathormeus Stefanus

Moodle session training

This is a training on moodle for students

Carry out soft soldering of vehicle’s electrical wiring
Bathormeus Stefanus

Carry out soft soldering of vehicle’s electrical wiring

To provide participants with the knowledge and skills to competently and safely carry out soft soldering of a vehicle’s electrical wiring. It includes the use of splice clips. This module refers to passenger and light commercial vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Mass ≤ 5500 kg (Petrol and Diesel).

Communicate in an automotive mechanic work environment
Luther KanhaleloBathormeus Stefanus

Communicate in an automotive mechanic work environment

This course is intended for understanding communication processes and why communication is important. It also discusses the different types of  communication you may come across at work places. It finally provide some tips to breaking down communication barriers and improve the communication process at a workplace. 

Apply basic manual metal arc-welding techniques used in Automotive mechanics
Bathormeus Stefanus

Apply basic manual metal arc-welding techniques used in Automotive mechanics

This Course specifies the competencies required to apply basic manual metal arc welding techniques used in automotive mechanics. It includes preparing welding equipment, selecting and assembling welding components and performing routine manual metal arc welding tasks. This unit standard is intended for those who work as automotive mechanics.



Maintain basic electrical circuits of a vehicle
Bathormeus Stefanus

Maintain basic electrical circuits of a vehicle

To provide participants with the knowledge and skills to competently and safely service electrical circuit components in accordance with all requirements of the vehicle manufacturer. It includes testing procedures to determine common faults and replacing of components.   This module refers to passenger and light commercial vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Mass ≤ 5500 Kg (Petrol and Diesel). 

Maintain conventional ignition system of a motor vehicle
Luther KanhaleloToivo Tamutilashito NanghongaBathormeus Stefanus

Maintain conventional ignition system of a motor vehicle

To provide participants with the knowledge and skills to competently service and repair conventional ignition system components. It includes basic fault finding and testing procedures.

This module refers to passenger and light commercial vehicle with a Gross Vehicle Mass  5 500 kg (Petrol)

Test and service solid state ignition system of a motor vehicle
Bathormeus Stefanus

Test and service solid state ignition system of a motor vehicle

To provide participants with the knowledge and skills to competently test and service solid state ignition systems of a motor vehicle. It includes testing and servicing a solid state ignition system and associated parts.  

This module refers to passenger and light commercial vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Mass ≤ 5500 Kg (Petrol)

Test and service electrical system components of a vehicle
Bathormeus Stefanus

Test and service electrical system components of a vehicle

To provide participants with the knowledge and skills to competently test and service electrical system components of a vehicle. It includes assessing and servicing electrical system components and/or associated parts. 

This module refers to passenger and light commercial vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Mass ≤ 5500 Kg (Petrol & Diesel). 

Use computer based information systems in an automotive workshop environment
Bathormeus Stefanus

Use computer based information systems in an automotive workshop environment

To provide participants with the knowledge and skills to competently use computer based information systems in an automotive workshop environment. It includes using electronic automotive databases and using incoming and outgoing mail.

Render vehicle break-down service
Bathormeus Stefanus

Render vehicle break-down service

To provide participants with the knowledge and skills to competently render a breakdown service in accordance with all requirements stated in the Road Traffic and Transport Regulations of the Road Traffic and Transport Act endorsed by the Ministry of Works, Transport and Communication in April 2001 and all subsequent amendments. 

This module refers to passenger and light commercial vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Mass ≤ 5500 Kg (Petrol and Diesel).

Fabricate pipe joints using contour makers and centre finders as part of metal fabrication operations
Lamek Filipus

Fabricate pipe joints using contour makers and centre finders as part of metal fabrication operations

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to fabricate pipe joints by using contour markers and centre finders as part of metal fabrication operations. It includes marking out pipe joints, fabricating pipe joints using contour markers and centre finders and completion of work, including cleaning up. This unit standard is intended for those who work as boilermakers.


Construction
Lamek Filipus

Construction

To provide participants with the knowledge and skills to
interpret and draw basic engineering drawings and sketches
as part of metal fabrication operations. It includes identifying
and interpreting basic engineering sketch and drawings as
well as drawing basic engineering sketches and drawings


clothing production level one
Helvi Ndapuka

clothing production level one

1 purpose

This qualification recognises people who have the competencies required for

performing clothing production tasks in a domestic clothing production

environment. It is awarded to people who have demonstrated the skills and

knowledge required to follow workplace safety procedures in a domestic

clothing production environment; communicate with colleagues and clients;

follow effective work practices; lay and mark fabrics and garment pieces; make

alterations on patterns and blocks; perform cutting, sewing and pressing

operations using domestic equipment; apply finishing procedures; apply quality

standards in a domestic clothing production environment; apply fundamental

communication and numeracy competencies in the workplace; and

demonstrate knowledge of HIV and AIDS.

This qualification is designed to be accessible and flexible. There are no entry

requirements for this qualification.

The main focus is on the outcomes of this qualification, not the how, when and

where learning occurred. Some people applying to do this qualification may

currently be competent in one or more of the unit standards and should then

be given the opportunity to apply for recognition of prior learning.

This qualification leads to the National Vocational Certificate in Clothing

Production (Level 2) (Industrial).



Identify basic computer equipment and accessories
Levi Mokahwa

Identify basic computer equipment and accessories


ICT:  is a general tool in all fields of work and professions today, therefore attention will be given to the needs and skills used by innovative firms, the working population, and also in arts and science education.


clothing production
Helvi Ndapuka

clothing production

this unit standrads speciy compitentence on how to place tickets  and labels 

Technical and Building Drawing Level one
Vincent Kamati KustaaElia MateusFiina Naftali

Technical and Building Drawing Level one

Technical and Building Drawing is a graphical language used by artisans.

Drawing
Elia Mateus

Drawing

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AutoCad 2D
Vincent Kamati Kustaa

AutoCad 2D

This course is intended to give an introduction to 2D Computer Aided drawing and using Autocad and 3D drawing using Sketchup. Students will learn to use the programs in many different ways and start to develop techniques that improve their speed and accuracy.

ElectricaL Trade Theory
John Shagama

ElectricaL Trade Theory

This course is designed to assist trainees who are pursuing studies in Electrical General L 3 . Although it is not meant to replace text books , but it provides an effective understanding and accelerated learning of the practical electrical general concepts.  Emphasis is also placed on developing essential workplace habits, such as working together to achieve established goals, completing assignments and projects on time, attending class regularly, following directions, and safe work practices.


Electrical Trade Theory L2
Fillemon Kalume

Electrical Trade Theory L2

Electricity is one of the most important blessings that science has given to mankind. It has also become a part of modern life and one cannot think of a world without it. Electricity has many uses in our day to day life. It is used for lighting rooms, working fans and domestic appliances like using electric stoves, A/C and more. All these provide comfort to people. In factories, large machines are worked with the help of electricity. Essential items like food, cloth, paper and many other things are the product of electricity.

Modern means of transportation and communication have been revolutionised by it. Electric trains and battery cars are quick means of travel. Electricity also provides means of amusement, radio, television and cinema, which are the most popular forms of entertainment are the result of electricity. Modern equipment like computers and robots have also been developed because of electricity. Electricity plays a pivotal role in the fields of medicines and surgery too — such as X-ray, ECG. The use of electricity is increasing day by day


Electrical General Level 1
Fillemon KalumeJohn Shagama

Electrical General Level 1



Purpose of the course

The course is designed to provide the practical skills and theoretical knowledge required to enable trainees to enter the workshops at elementary level.

Course Description

The course is a one year duration and practice-oriented . The first 6 months are devoted for elementary training and 6 months are reserved for trade theory.

Specific objectives of the course

At the end of the course trainees will be able to:

 1. have a thorough knowledge and understanding of electrical theory and its application to lighting, power and control equipment

 2. layout and install the various electrical circuits in residential, commercial, industrial and institutional complexes and buildings

 3. implement the instructions given in plans and specifications pertaining to electrical installations

 4. be thoroughly familiar with the safety requirements for electrical installations 

  5. be capable of trouble shooting and maintaining electrical systems and equipment

  6. competently use the test instruments and various tools necessary to perform tasks 

  7. be familiar with the work of other tradespeople in the construction industry and with the different types of building construction 

  8. perform assigned tasks in accordance with quality and production standards required by industry


Introduction to Moodle

Introduction to Moodle

This course introduces centre users to Moodle and to e-learning course authoring tools. 

V-Code
Ndakolute S. AbrahamHyunsik ChoiJongho JeonYoungjik KimFrancois Strauss

V-Code

Welcome to the V-Code Online Course, this course contains course material and links to resources for the V-Code Workshop. 

Foundation Communication Skills
Ottilie AngalaFenni KaapandaOwen Lizazi

Foundation Communication Skills

This course specifies the competencies required to write basic texts in English related to the four main social contexts in which people function in Namibia. These are in family and social life, workplace and institutional settings, education and training contexts and community and civic life. This course is intended for people requiring basic writing skills in order to engage in paid employment, other forms of work and/or vocational education and training.

Apply basic reading skills in English in different contexts
Ottilie Angala

Apply basic reading skills in English in different contexts

Purpose

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to read basic English texts related to the social contexts in which peple function in Namibia. These are in family and social life,workpalce and institutional settings,education 



communication
simeon shityeni

communication

Look at the following terms and categorize them as per part of speech:

1. meat

2. run

3. Windhoek

Parts of speech
ellan kahiha

Parts of speech

Parts of Speech

Nouns - are words given to names of things e.g. Allen, Windhoek, table, car

Verbs - words that show an action or a state of being .eg. speak, eat, live, is, are

Adjective - words that modifies or tell us more about nouns or pronouns

Pronouns - words used in the place of the noun e.g. He, It, I, You, them, Us

Subject verb-Agreement
berny baisako

Subject verb-Agreement

Basic grammar. Learn how to match your subject with your verb

Foundation Communication Skills Level 1
Ottilie AngalaFenni KaapandaOwen LizaziMariana Serrᾶo

Foundation Communication Skills Level 1

Foundation communication skills help trainees to improve their daily interactions in a comfortable and eloquent way.

English
Ottilie Angala

English

Foundation Communication Skills is being offered to all trainees in level 1 to equip them with  the necessary  skills and basic communication that may require in their everyday interaction!

Communication
Owen Lizazi

Communication

This is a course designed for all those that aspire to become professionals in using English as a form of interaction with their clients. with this course, you can become an interpreter, lecturer, editor etc.

English
Ottilie Angala

English

Foundation Communication Skills is being offered to all trainees in level 1 to equip them with  the necessary  skills and basic communication that may require in their everyday interaction!

Entreprenership
Sakeus Sheehama

Entreprenership

knowledge and skills about stating a business.

Entrepreneurship
Sakeus Sheehama

Entrepreneurship

its all about acquiring knowledge and skills about starting a business.

Demonstrate knowledge of the requirements of entrepreneurs
Sakeus SheehamaFox Shongolo

Demonstrate knowledge of the requirements of entrepreneurs

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to demonstrate knowledge of the requirements of entrepreneurs. It includes demonstrating knowledge of the requirements of entrepreneurs. This unit standard is recommended for all national Vocational Education and Training programmes and qualifications.

Entrepreneurships
Fox Shongolo

Entrepreneurships

Entrepreneurship is a stimulus to National Development Plan (NDP)

knowledge of entrepreneur
Miriam Hikumwah

knowledge of entrepreneur

To learn how to set up lesson plan

Demonstrate knowledge of HIV and AIDS in the workplace
Apollonia Negumbo

Demonstrate knowledge of HIV and AIDS in the workplace

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to demonstrate awareness of HIV and AIDS it the workplace. It includes knowledge of ways of ‘positive living’ with HIV and AIDS, ARV treatment, workplace issues related to HIV and AIDS, and the impact of HIV and AIDS on the workplace and the national economy. This unit standard is intended for people requiring awareness of HIV and AIDS in the workplace in order to engage in paid employment, other forms of work and/or vocational education and training.

Hiv and AIDS
Junias Neshila

Hiv and AIDS

Demonstrate how HIV and AIDS are spreading.

HIV
Fabiam George

HIV

AIM IS TO CREAT AWRENESS

HIV/AIDS Level One
Apollonia Negumbo

HIV/AIDS Level One


This unit standard specifies the competencies required to demonstrate knowledge of HIV and AIDS. It includes the nature of HIV and AIDS, and transmission and ways of minimising infection. This unit standard is intended for people requiring knowledge of HIV and AIDS in order to engage in paid employment, other forms of work and/or vocational education and training.

HIV
Lavinia Uupindi

HIV

select timber for joiney and cabinet making

HIV/AIDS
Elia Mateus

HIV/AIDS

HIV is a disease that does not discriminate.

HIV/AIDS
Nikolas MumbalaSamuel MumbalaApollonia NegumboBathormeus Stefanus

HIV/AIDS

HIV/AIDS is an awareness subject designed  to educate trainees on how to prevent themselves from being infected from HIV and also on how to take care of themselves and others.

Receive and process reservations in a hospitality establishment
Shekupe Meroro

Receive and process reservations in a hospitality establishment

This unit standard specifies the competency required to receive and process reservations in a hospitality establishment. It includes receiving and processing reservation inquiries, recording details of reservation, creating and processing reservations and sending and receiving reservation communications. This unit standard is intended for those who work in front office operations in the hospitality and tourism industry.

Provide buffet service in a hospitality establishment
Victor Indombo

Provide buffet service in a hospitality establishment

This unit standard specifies the competency required to provide buffet service in a hospitality establishment. People credited with this unit standard are able to: prepare for buffet service; and provide buffet service.

Conserve Resources in the hospitality and tourism
Marlon Ndura

Conserve Resources in the hospitality and tourism

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to conserve resources such as water, gas, wood, electricity, cleaning agents, paper and printer toners in a hospitality establishment, and to report maintenance requirements such as faulty and dangerous equipment

Dispose of Waste in a Hospitality Establishment
Amalia Stephanus

Dispose of Waste in a Hospitality Establishment

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to safely handle and dispose of waste in accordance with organisational requirements. People credited with this unit standard are able to: prepare for waste disposal; dispose of waste; and clean up after waste disposal.


Portuguese communication  language
Mariana Serrᾶo

Portuguese communication language

Portuguese, purpose   is based on specifies the competency required to understand and use Portuguese language other than English for very simple, commonly used expressions of a basic and predictable nature in tourism and hospitality workshop. It covers activities such as welcoming and fare-welcoming guests, providing routine face to face routine customers service and performing routine workplace activities. 


    Level 2

    Level 3


Provide communication services as part of front office operations
Shekupe Meroro

Provide communication services as part of front office operations

This unit standard specifies the competency required to provide communication

services as part of front office operations. It includes providing outgoing and incoming

telephone, internet and email, mail, facsimile and courier services for guests. This unit

standard is intended for those who work in front office operations in the hospitality and

tourism industry.

HOSPITALITY CORE SKILLS
Jonnatan JohannesSimon Mwashindange

HOSPITALITY CORE SKILLS

LEARNING HOW TO COOK

Hospitality and tuorism Level 2
Marlon Ndura

Hospitality and tuorism Level 2

Hospitality and tourism an industry that are provide accommodation, food and beverage: its consist of four different area of specialization: Accommodation, Food and Beverage, Front office operation, Housekeeping operation etc.  

Hospitality and Tourism Level 2
Victor IndomboShekupe MeroroMarlon Ndura

Hospitality and Tourism Level 2

Hospitality and Tourism is a course that enables candidates to learn about commercial cookery, food and beverage service, front office operations and housekeeping operations and thus, work in a competitive environment. 

Hospitality and Tourism Level 3
Marlon Ndura

Hospitality and Tourism Level 3

Hospitality is about customer service in the tourism industry

Hospitality and Tourism
Shekupe Meroro

Hospitality and Tourism

Demonstrate the procedures for processing receipts and payments

Hospitality and Tourism
Victor IndomboShekupe MeroroMarlon Ndura

Hospitality and Tourism

Hospitality and Tourism enables candidates to work with guests in a hospitality environment.

Hospitality and tourism Level 2
Marlon Ndura

Hospitality and tourism Level 2

Hospitality is to provide customers with accommodation and food.

ICT for students
Loide Emvula

ICT for students

ICT is short for information and communications technology. It refers to a broad field encompassing computers, communications equipment and the services associated with them. It includes the telephone, cellular networks, satellite communication, broadcasting media and other forms of communication.

What is the relationship between the digital revolution and the ICT revolution?

The digital and ICT revolutions are twin revolutions. To understand their relationship, let us look at the history of voice telephony. According to Robert W. Lucky, The crux of [Alexander Graham] Bells invention of the telephone in 1875 was the use of analog transmission—the voltage impressed on the line was proportional to the sound pressure at the microphone. [2] The growth of the telephone was relatively slow; it was not until the 1920s that a national telephone network was established in the US. In the late 1940s, an alternative to analog transmission of voice was considered with pulse-code modulation (an encoded signal of pulses). This marked the start of digitization in telecommunications.

However, it was only in 1961 that the first digital carrier system was installed. Digitization meant the widespread replacement of telephone operators with digital switches. In 1971 the first fiber optic cables suitable for communications were made, leading to efforts to send communications signals via light waves. (Light wave transmission systems are inherently digital.) By about 1989, ones and zeros had become the language of telephone networks in the US. Digitization was a critical development because with digital transmission noise and distortion were not allowed to accumulate, since the ones and zeros could be regularly restored (i.e., regenerated) by a succession of repeater sites along the transmission line. [3] The outcome was clearer communications over longer distances at lower costs.


Identify basic computer equipment and accessories (NYS Rietfontein)
albertina masati

Identify basic computer equipment and accessories (NYS Rietfontein)

To demonstrate competence, at a minimum, evidence is required of the knowledge of the impact of computing on society, the maintenance of health and safety standards and the identification of main computer components.


Last
lylie mikka

Last

New Computer Course

Information Communication Technology
Fabiam GeorgeJonnatan JohannesSimon MwashindangeJulius Tomas

Information Communication Technology

To acquire skills and knowledge in ICT and Office Administration

ICT - Computer Fundamentals
Ndakolute S. AbrahamFabiam GeorgeJonnatan JohannesLevi Mokahwa

ICT - Computer Fundamentals

This qualification aims at equipping people with the competencies required for working with computer applications. Once you have attended this course you will be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to identify basic computer equipment and accessories; use navigational systems in a computer application; perform basic word processing; produce basic spreadsheets and use the internet and email applications; apply fundamental communication and numeracy competencies in the workplace; and demonstrate knowledge of HIV and AIDS.

Construct timber joints by hand
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Construct timber joints by hand

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to construct timber joints by hand. It includes identifying and selecting types of timber joints for different applications, marking out joints, cutting and chiselling joints, applying fitting and finishing procedures of timber joints, completing work and cleaning up the work area. This unit standard is intended for those who work as carpenters.

Joinery and Cabinet Making Level 1
Tekla KakoroNikolas MumbalaLavinia Uupindi

Joinery and Cabinet Making Level 1

This qualification recognises people who have the competencies required for performing basic Joinery and Cabinet Making tasks. It is awarded to people who have demonstrated the skills and knowledge required in the Unit Standards discussed in Joinery and Cabinet Making Qualification.

This qualification is designed to be accessible and flexible. The main focus is on the outcomes of the qualification.

Joinery and Cabinet Making
Tekla Kakoro

Joinery and Cabinet Making

Summary of the course, requirements

Engineering science N1
Ndjene Martin

Engineering science N1

Engineering science is a broad discipline that encompasses many different scientific principles and associated mathematics that underlie engineering. It integrates engineering, biological, chemical, mathematical, and physical sciences with the arts, humanities, social sciences, and the professions to tackle the most demanding challenges and advance the well-being of global society. Engineering science students must understand each basic scientific principle well enough to relate it to the other subjects they are studying as part of their course.

Process customer feedback as part of office procedures
Fabiam George

Process customer feedback as part of office procedures

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to process customer feedback as part of office procedures. It includes handling customer feedback and addressing customer complaints. It is intended for people who work in an office environment.

Office Administration Level 2
Fabiam GeorgeMiriam HikumwahToivo Tamutilashito NanghongaKauna Neshila

Office Administration Level 2

This qualification recognizes people who have the competencies required for performing office administration tasks. It is awarded to people who have demonstrated the skills and knowledge required to deliver a service to customers, maintain a reception area, communicate ideas and information in an office environment, process customer feedback, demonstrate advanced word processing skills, organise courier and bulk mailing arrangements, access, and secure records, manage a diary, receive and pass on messages, maintain office equipment, respond to inquiries, complete routine financial documents, maintain office records on a database programme; and demonstrate knowledge of HIV and AIDS in the workplace.

OFFICE ADMINISTRATION
Hedwig Amakali

OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

The purpose of this manual is to give you the knowledge and skills to follow effective work practices in an office environment

Office Administration Level 3
Fabiam GeorgeMiriam HikumwahToivo Tamutilashito NanghongaKauna Neshila

Office Administration Level 3

This is the exit level for trainees in this qualification to find employment in areas of office in specific and administration in general.

Follow Effective Work Practices in Office Environment
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Follow Effective Work Practices in Office Environment

•Aim of this Unit Standard is to equip you with knowledge and skills to follow effective work practices in office environment.
•This includes planning and organising a daily work routine and demonstrating commitment and professionalism in an office environment.

Follow workplace safety procedures in an office environment
Ndakolute S. AbrahamHedwig AmakaliFabiam GeorgeMiriam HikumwahToivo Tamutilashito NanghongaKauna NeshilaSimeon Shinana

Follow workplace safety procedures in an office environment

This course specifies the competencies required to follow workplace safety procedures. It includes the adhering to workplace safety procedures and contributing to the development of workplace safety requirements. This unit standard is intended for those who work in an office environment.

Office Administration Level 2
Ndakolute S. AbrahamKauna Neshila

Office Administration Level 2

Element 1:  Receive oral and written messages

Performance Criteria

1.1          Oral or written information is received and interpreted.

 

1.2          Key details of message are confirmed with sender.

 

 

Element 2: Draft message and convey information

Performance Criteria

 

2.1          Message is recorded in written or electronic form.

 

2.2          Message is written using clear and concise language.

 

2.3          Message is forwarded to respective person within specified timeframe.


Level 2
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Level 2

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to deliver a service to customers in an office environment. It includes identifying customer needs and delivering a service to customers. This unit standard is intended for people who work in an office environment.


Demonstrate Basic Word Processing
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Demonstrate Basic Word Processing

This Unit Standard specifies the competencies required to demonstrate basic word processing skills to perform administrative duties in an office environment.  It includes the application of basic keyboard skills, the producing of basic word processing document, retrieving, formatting and editing a document, using spelling and grammar functions, using the help functions, printing a document and proofreading a document. It is intended for those who work in an office environment.

Operate Office Equipment
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Operate Office Equipment

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to operate office equipment. It includes the selecting, locating and operation of equipment. It is intended for those who work in an office environment.


Follow Effective Work Practices in Office Environment
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Follow Effective Work Practices in Office Environment

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to follow effective work practices in an office environment. It includes planning and organising a personal daily work routine and demonstrating commitment and professionalism in an office environment. This unit standard is intended for those who work in an office environment.


APA Referencing Style
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

APA Referencing Style

This is not an academic course for assessment and qualification purpose, but a guide to assist trainees to conduct their researches and assignment correctly.  It aims to teach trainees on proper acknowledgement of sources consulted in their research studies in order to avoid plagiarism.


Demonstrate Basic Word Processing Skills
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Demonstrate Basic Word Processing Skills

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to demonstrate basic word processing skills to perform administrative duties in an office environment. It includes the application of basic keyboard skills, the producing of a basic word processing document, retrieving, formatting and editing a document, using spelling and grammar functions, using the help function, printing a document and proofreading of a document. This unit standard is intended for those who work in an office environment.


Apply Knowledge of Enterprise To Respond To Basic Customer Enquiries In An Office Environment
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Apply Knowledge of Enterprise To Respond To Basic Customer Enquiries In An Office Environment

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to respond to basic customer enquiries. It includes identifying key functions and departments of the organisation as well as using information on the organisation to respond to basic customer inquiries. This unit standard is intended for people working in an office environment.


Maintain office records on a database programme in an office environment
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Maintain office records on a database programme in an office environment

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to maintain office records on a database programme in an office environment. It includes the application of the basic features of a database programme. This unit standard is intended for people who work in an office environment.


Receive and Pass Messages in an office environment
Fabiam George

Receive and Pass Messages in an office environment

This level 2 unit standard specifies the competencies required to receive and pass on messages in an office environment. It is intended for people who work in an office environment.

APA Referencing style
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

APA Referencing style

This is not an academic course for assessment and qualification purpose, but a guide to assist trainees to conduct their researches and assignment correctly.  It aims to teach trainees on proper acknowledgement of sources consulted in their research studies in order to avoid plagiarism.


Process Customer Feedback As Part of Office Procedures
Fabiam GeorgeToivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Process Customer Feedback As Part of Office Procedures

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to process customer feedback as part of office procedures.  It includes handling customer feedback and addressing customer complaints.  It is intended for people who work in an office environment.


Organise Couriers and Bulk Mailing Arrangements In An Office Environment
Fabiam GeorgeToivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Organise Couriers and Bulk Mailing Arrangements In An Office Environment

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to organise couriers and bulk mailing arrangements in an office environment. It includes collating and dispatching documents for bulk mailing and organising urgent and same deliveries by courier. It is intended for people who work in an office environment.


Demonstrate Advanced Word Processing
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Demonstrate Advanced Word Processing

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to demonstrate advanced word processing skills to perform administrative duties in an office environment. It includes producing of an advanced word processing document at a minimum speed of 25 words per minute. This unit standard is intended for those who work in an office environment.


Assess and Secure Records As Part of Office Procedures
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Assess and Secure Records As Part of Office Procedures

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to access and secure records as part of office procedures. It includes updating and modifying existing files and removing inactive and outdated files. It is intended for people who work in an office environment.


Respond to Customer Enquiries In An Office Environment
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Respond to Customer Enquiries In An Office Environment

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to respond to enquiries in an office environment.  It includes apply knowledge of an organisation, providing relevant information, redirecting inquiries and taking follow-up action.  This unit standard is intended for people who work in an office environment.


Take dictation to produce a text document as part of office procedures
Fabiam George

Take dictation to produce a text document as part of office procedures

This course offers competencies required to take dictation to produce a text document as part of office procedures. It includes taking of dictation and converting dictation into final notes. This course is intended for people who work in an office environment.

Coordinate own work schedule with that of others to achieve team goals
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Coordinate own work schedule with that of others to achieve team goals

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to coordinate an individual work schedule with that of others to achieve team goals as part of office procedures. It includes developing of own work schedule to achieve team goals and coordinating of own work schedule with the rest of a team.  This unit standard is intended for people who work in an office environment.


APA Referencing Style
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

APA Referencing Style

This is not an academic course for assessment and qualification purpose, but a guide to assist trainees to conduct their researches and assignment correctly.  It aims to teach trainees on proper acknowledgement of sources consulted in their research studies in order to avoid plagiarism.

Produce a basic document in desktop publishing application
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Produce a basic document in desktop publishing application

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to perform basic desktop publishing as part of office procedures. It includes producing a single sheet in desktop publishing, formatting the document and producing a hard copy. It is intended for people who work in an office environment.


Perform Advanced Word Processing
Fabiam GeorgeToivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Perform Advanced Word Processing

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to demonstrate more advanced word processing skills to perform administrative duties in an office environment. It includes producing of a more advanced word processing document at a minimum speed of 35 words per minute and checking the accuracy of the document. This unit standard is intended for those who work in an office environment.


Determine, Monitor and Maintain Stock Levels in Office Environment
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Determine, Monitor and Maintain Stock Levels in Office Environment

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to determine, monitor and maintain stock levels in an office environment. It includes determining, monitoring and maintaining of stock levels and records.  This unit standard is intended for people who work in an office environment.


Plan and Write Office Documents as Part of Office Procedures
Toivo Tamutilashito Nanghonga

Plan and Write Office Documents as Part of Office Procedures

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to write basic documents as part of office procedures. It includes planning a document, drafting and review a document and finalising a document. This unit standard is intended for people who work in an office environment.


Plumbing and Pipefitting
Junias Neshila

Plumbing and Pipefitting

Roles and obligations of employers and employees at the workplace.

Plumbing and Pipefitting Level 1
Junias Neshila

Plumbing and Pipefitting Level 1

The trainees should be  able to perform both installations and maintenance. 

Plumbing and pipe fitting
Immanuel Kalwenya

Plumbing and pipe fitting

To provide participants with the knowledge and skills to communicate effectively with others involved in plumbing operations. 


Metal Fabrication
Gideon Shikulo

Metal Fabrication

Metal fabrication and Welding

METAL FABRICATION LEVEL 1
Lamek FilipusSamuel MumbalaGideon Shikulo

METAL FABRICATION LEVEL 1

Metal fabrication is the building of metal structures by cutting, bending, and assembling processes.



Weld aluminium using Manual arc welding process in the down hand position
Samuel Mumbala

Weld aluminium using Manual arc welding process in the down hand position

This unit standard specifies the competencies required to weld aluminium using the manual arc welding process in the down hand position. It includes the preparation of materials and equipment, welding work pieces in the down hand position, post weld inspection as well as completion of work and cleaning up. This unit standard is intended for those who work as welders and boilermakers.

WELD ALUMINIUM USING THE MMA DOWN HAND
Gideon Shikulo

WELD ALUMINIUM USING THE MMA DOWN HAND

THIS UNIT STANDARD SPECIFIES THE COMPETENCIES REQUIRED TO WELD ALUMINIUM USING MANUAL ARC WELDING PROCESS IN THE DOWN HAND POSITION. IT INCLUDES THE PREPARATION OF MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT WELDING WORK PIECES IN THE DOWN HAND POSITION , POST WELD INSPECTION AS WELL AS COMPLETION OF WORK AND CLEANING UP. THIS UNIT IS INTENDED FOR THOSE WHO AS WELDERS AND BOILERMAKERS.

Creating Content Using eXeLearning
Fabiam George

Creating Content Using eXeLearning

This course will provide you with information on how to create content for your LMS.

Introduction to Electronic Learning in the Hub
Miriam HikumwahToivo Tamutilashito NanghongaKauna Neshila

Introduction to Electronic Learning in the Hub

Welcome to eLearning 101, this course is available to all members of the hub and it will help you to understand and use the Moodle elearning system effectively as a trainee and an instructor. The course is online and self paced. It will be covered in approximately 10 hours. 

Covid-19 Guide

Covid-19 Guide

 This course gives you general information about the novel Coronavirus. You will see what's important to protect yourself and others from the virus and to differentiate between facts and fake news.

Corona

Covid-19 Staying Save

Covid-19 Staying Save

This course provides some useful information on the pandemic and helps you to seperate facts from fake news concerning the outbreak.