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Tuesday, May 8

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    More Progress
    Over the past few weeks things have started to pick up some pace and as you will see below, what began as a Mentoring project with a few people is spreading to other areas in our BCF unit. Planting the seed is the first step it seems to be the patience to see it develop that is the hardest part.
    Moodle
    I am currently informally mentoring Eric Parletta regarding Moodle and getting bricklaying units onto my CPC08 Construction Gilles Plains Course and the Ipad is an excellent test platform for the development of this type of Moodle content. Eric now has editing teacher status in the course to get started and the initial chat session we have set up an Bricklaying link on the front course page and also a Veneer Construction base Topic for him to work on. Discussions focussed on at Quiz formats several options for interactive training on-line (Moodle Books & Lessons, clickable PDF’s). The existing units I have developed over the past 2 years are Wall & Ceiling Lining and the common units. These are ready to be used by any students, Bricklaying or any other trade.
    Recently I assisted Eric with the setting up of a YouTube Channel for Bricklaying videos which is running and is only visible to invited students or Staff and features videos created by Eric and Ovi for their students. This also saves space on the Hard Drives as they are stored on-line, we are the owners of the materials and so there are no copyright issues and the methods used are correct
    Beeing involved (Paul, Andrew, Gabriele, Roly and I) in this Mentoring project to assist other trades to become more on-line ready with resources and content and to embed on-line videos into their training sessions, we have succeeded in adding videos via YouTube for use in training for the painters and now with the bricklayers joining the move to on-line is gaining some momentum. The Painters use YouTube examples regularly to demonstrate competence or incompetence depending of the videos they use and as our learners are mostly visual it appears to be working well.
    CPSISC Skills Council Cooperatives
    Validating of the National the training package and on-line units & resources is currently occurring through the CPSISC Cooperative which I am a member and we can get new units validated and up and running quite quickly. All of these activities require on-line content to be presented for Desktop windows, Ipad/OS and Android platforms. This process also focusses on on-line aspects of training and assessment.
    Delivering On-Line courses
    My next project is to see if we can get on-line courses established for delivery for the BCF on a Fee for Service basis and at what cost to the public, as we could potentially delivery a lot of online Moodle based course content across the state or even further if the demand is there.
    The basic structure is set up and we could possibly begin delivering training in a short time frame. It has the potential to increase training hours and so revenue to the BCF without much extra work/staff/cost.
    Rob Beckett
    tafeSA
    Moodler, Mentor & Lecturer
    Building, Construction & Furnishing
    Gilles Plains Campus
    P 08 8207 1166 IF 08 82071168 IM 0410 886 270
    33 Blacks Road, Gilles Plains SA 5086
    Web: http://www.tafesa.edu.au
    Blog http://www.wallandceilinglining.com
    Redbubble http://www.redbubble.com/people/beckett5361
    Keep on Mentoring...

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Wednesday, May 2

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    Case Study BCF
    by Rob Beckett
    Table of ContentsContentsTableOfContents
    The Team
    The Mentor
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    I have been involved in Classroom, Workshop, On-site and On-line delivery and Assessment of students and RPL Candidates and would like to see elearning options made available to all MTT areas at tafeSA.
    The project is part of that expansion of elearning into the Building MTT section. Contact: 08 8207 1166
    Back to Table of Contents
    Mentorees
    Andrew YoungAndrewYoung
    ...
    I have taught PreVocational, 1st, 2nd & 3rd year Apprentices in all facets of the trade generally in two week blocks in a classroom or workshop environment. I have been involved in some on-site assessment of some of the common & integral skills of the trade and also have developed some self researched projects for some theory based competencies.I have in the last two years been involved with the 'Worldskills Competitions' where students get to compete against other Apprentices to showcase their skills to the trade and public regionally, nationally and for the top few on the world stage. I have also in the last few years attended the National Painting Conference held in NSW where the input to training and sharing of resources has been most beneficial.
    I look forward to further developing some more learning tools & the continued challenge of engaging students in their study. Andrew Young Lecturer - Painting & DecoratingTAFE-SA NorthPh: 82071220
    Back to Table of Contents
    Gabriele NardecciaGabrieleNardecchia
    Tiling Lecturer tafeSA Gilles Plains Campus
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    Enjoy passing on my knowledge and experiences
    Fulfilment in helping students reach/realise their potential. Seeing the penny drop
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    =
    Back to Table of Contents
    Paul MartinPaulMartin
    Painting & Decorating Lecturer tafeSA Gilles Plains Campus
    ...
    I try to keep myself informed with all up to date information on teaching methods and got a lot of insight in to how other states are running their programs when I attended the National Painting Conference held in Newcastle, NSW and visited their TAFE Painting and Decorating College.I hope to be able to continue developing learning tools & being involved in the education of our future tradespeople.
    Paul Martin Lecturer - Painting & Decorating TAFE-SA North Ph: 82071161
    Back to Table of Contents
    Rowland BovairdRowlandBovaird
    Wall & Ceiling Lining Lecturer at tafeSA Noarlunga Campus
    ...
    I have worked in all areas of the Wall & Ceiling Lining trade, which covers a wide range of tasks that an apprentice may encounter in the course of his trade.
    While being more of a “hands on“ type of lecturer I am getting more involved with more e-learning strategies. Away from teaching I like rugby, cars, fishing and playing my guitar [badly!!!].
    Back to Table of Contents
    First Chat SessionFirstChatSession
    31st August. Andrew Young, Gabriele Nardeccia, Paul Martin, Rowland Bovaird & I 12:15pm Moodle Chat used. All attended, all had never used Chat as a medium of communication and apart from some slowish typing all got on well though reluctant. Paul left early to take a class but could see a use for it with students.
    One fault, I forgot to save the text after the session for reflection. That won't happen again. Wasted opportunity and lost information. Gabriele and Andrew indicated possibilities and a willingness to submit content and look at examples of on-line content. Rowland Has resources he would like adapted for the Moodle platform and Paul will be working with Andrew to come up with some opportunities to get their content up and running online.
    Overall a good result and some thinking focussed on elearning and what they are looking to do and have..
    Back to Table of Contents
    Initial SurveyInitialSurvey
    5th September
    ...
    This approach seems to me to be more appropriate to assessment for learning and engagement of learners and could reduce the feelings of being overwhelmed by text that trade students experience and react badly to.
    The survey has gone out and I now await the respones if any.
    Back to Table of Contents
    The ResponseTheResponse
    Survey Responses
    ...
    Days pass and the pressures of budgets, learning the new SIS package, Staff sickness, varying student numbers and locations take the my high expectations for a ride that only rarely involves an upward direction on a progress graph in my opinion. A shortage of time to devote to this development slows the process and my lofty ideals have had to be adjusted. Awareness of the framework and set up of Moodle are rising, tools available and opportunities for more development are becoming clearer to all.
    All Mentorees showed a liking for the adobe forms we discussed as a way of including self-assessment and engagement in the e-learning program and scenario based Moodle book pages are underway for each trade area to give a relevance and application to the Moodle on-line learning materials and delivery.
    Back to Table of Contents
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    Second Official Meeting With MenteesSecond Official Meeting
    Feedback
    ...
    {leveling_terms.pdf}
    {CPCCCM1002A Work Effectively in the General Construction IndustryNoExercise.pdf}
    Back to Table of Contents
    Project UpdateProjectUpdate
    1st Day December and of Summer 2011
    ...
    Gilles Plains SA 5086
    Wk: 08 8207 1166
    Back to Table of Contents
    2012 Mentoring Project Update2012ProjectUpdate
    The year has begun and the holidays are a distant memory now and we are off to a good start with some of the Mentorees anyway. I walked past the tiling classroom on my way to my workshop and out of the corner of my eye I saw a darkened classroom with images on the whiteboard. Gabriele was involved in delivering training to students and to my delight he was using Moolde and a linked YouTube Video. I had my camera around shoulder as always and grabbed a shot quickly throught the open door. Here it is.
    ...
    During the past few months and the course of the mentoring process, Gabs has asked questions and investigated other possibilities for using developing content e-learning content and Moodle to assist his delivery and engagement with his students. He tells me that when the students can see the process and the finished job or result. They have a clearer idea of what they need to achieve in the unit of training.
    This process also aids with keeping the students engaged and contributing to dicsussions and input which in turn gives them ownership of their learning.
    Back to Table of Contents
    Feedback SurveyFeedbackSurvey
    As part of the final report to complete the Mentoring Report I have sent out a Zoomerang Surveyto see what the Mentorees got from the project.
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    Starting Off
    {tafesaLogo.png} Click Me to Visit out Website
    The TeamThe TeamTeamTheTeam
    Rob Beckett Mentor..
    Wall & Ceiling Lining Lecturer tafeSA Gilles Plains
    ...
    The project is part of that expansion of elearning into the Building MTT section. Contact: 08 8207 1166
    Mentorees
    Andrew YoungAndrew YoungYoungAndrewYoung
    Painter & Decorator tafeSA Gilles Plains Campus. {Copy_of_CBA3.jpg} Andrew looking at options on-line
    My Name is Andrew Young; I have been a Painter & Decorator for thirty years. During this time I have been an apprentice for four years, employed as a tradesman for two, supervisor for four, self employed for twelve and the last nine as a Painting Lecturer at Gilles Plains TAFE.
    ...
    I have taught PreVocational, 1st, 2nd & 3rd year Apprentices in all facets of the trade generally in two week blocks in a classroom or workshop environment. I have been involved in some on-site assessment of some of the common & integral skills of the trade and also have developed some self researched projects for some theory based competencies.I have in the last two years been involved with the 'Worldskills Competitions' where students get to compete against other Apprentices to showcase their skills to the trade and public regionally, nationally and for the top few on the world stage. I have also in the last few years attended the National Painting Conference held in NSW where the input to training and sharing of resources has been most beneficial.
    I look forward to further developing some more learning tools & the continued challenge of engaging students in their study. Andrew Young Lecturer - Painting & DecoratingTAFE-SA NorthPh: 82071220
    Gabriele NardecciaGabriele NardecchiaNardecciaGabrieleNardecchia
    Tiling Lecturer tafeSA Gilles Plains Campus
    {IMG_055009-2.jpg} Gab being developed
    ...
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    Paul MartinPaul MartinMartinPaulMartin
    Painting & Decorating Lecturer tafeSA Gilles Plains Campus
    {Paul_IMG_0551.jpg} I'll get it on-line I promise rob...
    ...
    I try to keep myself informed with all up to date information on teaching methods and got a lot of insight in to how other states are running their programs when I attended the National Painting Conference held in Newcastle, NSW and visited their TAFE Painting and Decorating College.I hope to be able to continue developing learning tools & being involved in the education of our future tradespeople.
    Paul Martin Lecturer - Painting & Decorating TAFE-SA North Ph: 82071161
    Rowland BovairdRowland BovairdBovairdRowlandBovaird
    Wall & Ceiling Lining Lecturer at tafeSA Noarlunga Campus
    {Roly_MG_740909.jpg} Noarlunga WC&L are getting their students on-line..
    ...
    I have worked in all areas of the Wall & Ceiling Lining trade, which covers a wide range of tasks that an apprentice may encounter in the course of his trade.
    While being more of a “hands on“ type of lecturer I am getting more involved with more e-learning strategies. Away from teaching I like rugby, cars, fishing and playing my guitar [badly!!!].
    First Chat SessionFirst Chat SessionSessionFirstChatSession
    31st August. Andrew Young, Gabriele Nardeccia, Paul Martin, Rowland Bovaird & I 12:15pm Moodle Chat used. All attended, all had never used Chat as a medium of communication and apart from some slowish typing all got on well though reluctant. Paul left early to take a class but could see a use for it with students.
    One fault, I forgot to save the text after the session for reflection. That won't happen again. Wasted opportunity and lost information. Gabriele and Andrew indicated possibilities and a willingness to submit content and look at examples of on-line content. Rowland Has resources he would like adapted for the Moodle platform and Paul will be working with Andrew to come up with some opportunities to get their content up and running online.
    Overall a good result and some thinking focussed on elearning and what they are looking to do and have..
    Initial SurveyInitial SurveySurveyInitialSurvey
    5th September
    This week I collected my thoughts and put together a via the Survey Monkey site a list a 10 questions to get some feedback on what types of e-learning online resources the Mentees and others in the BCF would like to see in a new PDF/eBook unit booklet.
    ...
    This approach seems to me to be more appropriate to assessment for learning and engagement of learners and could reduce the feelings of being overwhelmed by text that trade students experience and react badly to.
    The survey has gone out and I now await the respones if any.
    The ResponseThe ResponseResponseTheResponse
    Survey Responses
    The thief of time has struck
    ...
    {leveling_terms.pdf}
    {CPCCCM1002A Work Effectively in the General Construction IndustryNoExercise.pdf}
    Project UpdateProject UpdateUpdateProjectUpdate
    1st Day December and of Summer 2011
    The program areas are starting to wind down class wise and hopefully this extra free time will assist both the Mentorees and myself in getting the progress rate elevated to a more reasonable level. I can see that this Mentor/Mentoree relationship will be of benefit to both parties and is now an on-going relationship, it is fostering discussions that were not really there in the past and lifting awareness of e-learning and it's potential. That is a good result as far as I am concerned and has focussed on the future change of direction that is comming up at us from SIEC (Tonsley Park Development) and the more electronic styles of delivery they are looking at with IPads, IPhone or similar platforms for Moodle and Apps.
    ...
    Gilles Plains SA 5086
    Wk: 08 8207 1166
    ...
    Mentoring Project Update2012 Project UpdateUpdate2012ProjectUpdate
    The year has begun and the holidays are a distant memory now and we are off to a good start with some of the Mentorees anyway. I walked past the tiling classroom on my way to my workshop and out of the corner of my eye I saw a darkened classroom with images on the whiteboard. Gabriele was involved in delivering training to students and to my delight he was using Moolde and a linked YouTube Video. I had my camera around shoulder as always and grabbed a shot quickly throught the open door. Here it is.
    Gabriele has a group of shy tiling students and is using Moodle and YouTube video to show a picture of competence to them. This is a big step and Gabs has embraced it in his delivery and is becoming more adventurous as time goes by...
    ...
    During the past few months and the course of the mentoring process, Gabs has asked questions and investigated other possibilities for using developing content e-learning content and Moodle to assist his delivery and engagement with his students. He tells me that when the students can see the process and the finished job or result. They have a clearer idea of what they need to achieve in the unit of training.
    This process also aids with keeping the students engaged and contributing to dicsussions and input which in turn gives them ownership of their learning.
    Feedback SurveyFeedback SurveySurveyFeedbackSurvey
    As part of the final report to complete the Mentoring Report I have sent out a Zoomerang Surveyto see what the Mentorees got from the project.
    The surveys slowly limped back to me but the thoughts were encouraging to read. Over all they seemed positive and I know that there were issues regarding lack of time to get together and slow progress. As the project rolled on it became clear that there was a general desire to gain more information and skills with on-line learning, delivery and resources. During the discussions at the end of the actual project the participants had begun to branch out into Youtube for holding their video content and links from Power Point Presentations, Moodle documents, Webpages on Moodle and even down to setting up a YouTube Channel dedicated to their own trade area.
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    Case Study BCF
    by Rob Beckett
    Table of Contents
    The Team
    The Mentor
    Andrew Young
    Gabriele Nardecchia
    Paul Martin
    Rowland Bovaird
    Initial Survey
    Response
    Second Official Meeting
    Project Update
    2012 Mentoring Project Update
    Feedback Survey

    Starting Off
    {tafesaLogo.png} Click Me to Visit out Website
    The TeamThe Team
    Rob Beckett Mentor..
    Wall & Ceiling Lining Lecturer tafeSA Gilles Plains
    ...
    The project is part of that expansion of elearning into the Building MTT section. Contact: 08 8207 1166
    Mentorees
    Andrew YoungAndrew Young
    Painter & Decorator tafeSA Gilles Plains Campus. {Copy_of_CBA3.jpg} Andrew looking at options on-line
    My Name is Andrew Young; I have been a Painter & Decorator for thirty years. During this time I have been an apprentice for four years, employed as a tradesman for two, supervisor for four, self employed for twelve and the last nine as a Painting Lecturer at Gilles Plains TAFE.
    ...
    I have taught PreVocational, 1st, 2nd & 3rd year Apprentices in all facets of the trade generally in two week blocks in a classroom or workshop environment. I have been involved in some on-site assessment of some of the common & integral skills of the trade and also have developed some self researched projects for some theory based competencies.I have in the last two years been involved with the 'Worldskills Competitions' where students get to compete against other Apprentices to showcase their skills to the trade and public regionally, nationally and for the top few on the world stage. I have also in the last few years attended the National Painting Conference held in NSW where the input to training and sharing of resources has been most beneficial.
    I look forward to further developing some more learning tools & the continued challenge of engaging students in their study. Andrew Young Lecturer - Painting & DecoratingTAFE-SA NorthPh: 82071220
    Gabriele NardecciaNardecciaGabriele Nardecchia
    Tiling Lecturer tafeSA Gilles Plains Campus
    {IMG_055009-2.jpg} Gab being developed
    ...
    Fulfilment in helping students reach/realise their potential. Seeing the penny drop
    =
    =
    Paul

    Paul MartinPaul
    Martin
    Painting & Decorating Lecturer tafeSA Gilles Plains Campus
    {Paul_IMG_0551.jpg} I'll get it on-line I promise rob...
    ...
    I try to keep myself informed with all up to date information on teaching methods and got a lot of insight in to how other states are running their programs when I attended the National Painting Conference held in Newcastle, NSW and visited their TAFE Painting and Decorating College.I hope to be able to continue developing learning tools & being involved in the education of our future tradespeople.
    Paul Martin Lecturer - Painting & Decorating TAFE-SA North Ph: 82071161
    Rowland BovairdRowland Bovaird
    Wall & Ceiling Lining Lecturer at tafeSA Noarlunga Campus
    {Roly_MG_740909.jpg} Noarlunga WC&L are getting their students on-line..
    ...
    I have worked in all areas of the Wall & Ceiling Lining trade, which covers a wide range of tasks that an apprentice may encounter in the course of his trade.
    While being more of a “hands on“ type of lecturer I am getting more involved with more e-learning strategies. Away from teaching I like rugby, cars, fishing and playing my guitar [badly!!!].
    First Chat SessionFirst Chat Session
    31st August. Andrew Young, Gabriele Nardeccia, Paul Martin, Rowland Bovaird & I 12:15pm Moodle Chat used. All attended, all had never used Chat as a medium of communication and apart from some slowish typing all got on well though reluctant. Paul left early to take a class but could see a use for it with students.
    One fault, I forgot to save the text after the session for reflection. That won't happen again. Wasted opportunity and lost information. Gabriele and Andrew indicated possibilities and a willingness to submit content and look at examples of on-line content. Rowland Has resources he would like adapted for the Moodle platform and Paul will be working with Andrew to come up with some opportunities to get their content up and running online.
    Overall a good result and some thinking focussed on elearning and what they are looking to do and have..
    Initial SurveyInitial Survey
    5th September
    This week I collected my thoughts and put together a via the Survey Monkey site a list a 10 questions to get some feedback on what types of e-learning online resources the Mentees and others in the BCF would like to see in a new PDF/eBook unit booklet.
    ...
    This approach seems to me to be more appropriate to assessment for learning and engagement of learners and could reduce the feelings of being overwhelmed by text that trade students experience and react badly to.
    The survey has gone out and I now await the respones if any.
    The ResponseThe Response
    Survey Responses
    The thief of time has struck
    ...
    Days pass and the pressures of budgets, learning the new SIS package, Staff sickness, varying student numbers and locations take the my high expectations for a ride that only rarely involves an upward direction on a progress graph in my opinion. A shortage of time to devote to this development slows the process and my lofty ideals have had to be adjusted. Awareness of the framework and set up of Moodle are rising, tools available and opportunities for more development are becoming clearer to all.
    All Mentorees showed a liking for the adobe forms we discussed as a way of including self-assessment and engagement in the e-learning program and scenario based Moodle book pages are underway for each trade area to give a relevance and application to the Moodle on-line learning materials and delivery.
    ...
    Meeting With MenteesMenteesSecond Official Meeting
    Feedback
    This has been an on-going while not being a battle as such it has been an on going joke, as three of the Mentorees and I meet every morning and work across several desk lengths in the staffroom. However I have noticed that they are rarely at their desks for long with nothing to do, although we are supposed to have 16 hours a week for prep and mark. Surprisingly it all seems to be taken up with Prep and mark, ordering, filling in for sickness absentees, SIS data entry and attendance tracking, recording assessment results, Night classes, on-site assessment, RPL and requests for information from the public on cources and qualifications, Not much time left for program or personal development there..
    ...
    {leveling_terms.pdf}
    {CPCCCM1002A Work Effectively in the General Construction IndustryNoExercise.pdf}
    Project UpdateProject Update
    1st Day December and of Summer 2011
    The program areas are starting to wind down class wise and hopefully this extra free time will assist both the Mentorees and myself in getting the progress rate elevated to a more reasonable level. I can see that this Mentor/Mentoree relationship will be of benefit to both parties and is now an on-going relationship, it is fostering discussions that were not really there in the past and lifting awareness of e-learning and it's potential. That is a good result as far as I am concerned and has focussed on the future change of direction that is comming up at us from SIEC (Tonsley Park Development) and the more electronic styles of delivery they are looking at with IPads, IPhone or similar platforms for Moodle and Apps.
    ...
    Gilles Plains SA 5086
    Wk: 08 8207 1166
    2012 Mentoring Project Update2012 Project Update
    The year has begun and the holidays are a distant memory now and we are off to a good start with some of the Mentorees anyway. I walked past the tiling classroom on my way to my workshop and out of the corner of my eye I saw a darkened classroom with images on the whiteboard. Gabriele was involved in delivering training to students and to my delight he was using Moolde and a linked YouTube Video. I had my camera around shoulder as always and grabbed a shot quickly throught the open door. Here it is.
    Gabriele has a group of shy tiling students and is using Moodle and YouTube video to show a picture of competence to them. This is a big step and Gabs has embraced it in his delivery and is becoming more adventurous as time goes by...
    ...
    During the past few months and the course of the mentoring process, Gabs has asked questions and investigated other possibilities for using developing content e-learning content and Moodle to assist his delivery and engagement with his students. He tells me that when the students can see the process and the finished job or result. They have a clearer idea of what they need to achieve in the unit of training.
    This process also aids with keeping the students engaged and contributing to dicsussions and input which in turn gives them ownership of their learning.
    Feedback SurveyFeedback Survey
    As part of the final report to complete the Mentoring Report I have sent out a Zoomerang Surveyto see what the Mentorees got from the project.
    The surveys slowly limped back to me but the thoughts were encouraging to read. Over all they seemed positive and I know that there were issues regarding lack of time to get together and slow progress. As the project rolled on it became clear that there was a general desire to gain more information and skills with on-line learning, delivery and resources. During the discussions at the end of the actual project the participants had begun to branch out into Youtube for holding their video content and links from Power Point Presentations, Moodle documents, Webpages on Moodle and even down to setting up a YouTube Channel dedicated to their own trade area.
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    Diploma of Workplace Training & Assessment
    Moodle Administrator
    Mentor
    {Me239KB_730409.jpg} I look calm but time is passing and there are things to do..I have being working at tafeSA Gilles Plains Campus since january 2005 and delivering training to Apprentices, VET, Prevocational and DIY Night Class students in wall & ceiling lining and during that time I have been involved in Several projects involving elearning, INNOVATIONS08, CBA 2010, Faciliate Elearning Moodle course and now this Mentoring project.
    tafesSA has an elearning strategy that includes Moolde and other forms of non-face to face delivery methods and this Mentoring project seeks to raise awareness and increase experience with elearning delivery, resources and courses. CPC08 Cert I (Wall & Ceiling Lining ) GP is the course we are using for the project and identifying possible access and use across other trade areas both at Gilles Plains and Noarlunga Campuses.
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    Fulfilment in helping students reach/realise their potential. Seeing the penny drop
    =
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    Paul Martin
    Painting & Decorating Lecturer tafeSA Gilles Plains Campus
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    {tafesaLogo.png} Click Me to Visit out Website
    The Team
    Rob Beckett Mentor..
    Wall & Ceiling Lining Lecturer tafeSA Gilles Plains
    Diploma of Workplace Training & Assessment
    Moodle Administrator

    Mentor
    {Me239KB_730409.jpg} I look calm but time is passing and there are things to do..I have being working at tafeSA Gilles Plains Campus since january 2005 and delivering training to Apprentices, VET, Prevocational and DIY Night Class students in wall & ceiling lining and during that time I have been involved in Several projects involving elearning, INNOVATIONS08, CBA 2010, Faciliate Elearning Moodle course and now this Mentoring project.
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