Certificate IV in Laboratory Techniques Specialisation: Flexible Pavements – MSL40118

Course code: MSL40118 Certificate IV in Laboratory Techniques
Delivery method: On the Job Flexible Delivery

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A nationally recognised laboratory qualification customised for workers in the flexible pavement industry. The training teaches processes involving physical and mechanical tests conducted in both laboratory and construction fields.

Benefits of the course

Covers the skills and knowledge applicable to laboratory technicians who conduct tests in construction consulting, extractive, manufacturing or construction laboratories.

Scope

A nationally recognised laboratory qualification customised for workers in the flexible pavement industry. The training teaches processes involving physical and mechanical tests conducted in both laboratory and construction fields.

Who should do this course?

All personnel having primary responsibility for technical control for an accredited facility and all laboratory staff within the facility.

Outcomes

At the conclusion of this course participants should be able to:

•  Build and contextualise a niche qualification

•  Enhance the quality of lab tests across multiple sites

•  Improve the consistency of reporting to statutory bodies and other project managers

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A collaborative approach

As part of the joint undertaking, AAPA members were able to contribute and subsequently endorse the training product. LTT Group’s MSL40118 Certificate IV in Laboratory Techniques is a nationally recognised qualification that covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a range of laboratory techniques related to sampling and testing in the asphalt industry.

Delivery

This program is designed to be delivered in the workplace. Individual training plans and schedules will be negotiated with each candidate and employer to meet the business needs.

Assessment

Assessment is based on a combination of practical demonstrations and observations, a portfolio of evidence and projects, and questioning to test knowledge.

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