Hi Mid-year students
Just confirming the details for your Physical Testing exam (I already gave you this in a hand-out):
MSL974005 Perform Physical Tests
You will have an OPEN BOOK exam on 29 August 3.00 – 5.00 pm
There will be four (4) tasks in this exam. Topic covered are density determination, melting point determination and boiling point determination.
Bring all of your notes, textbook etc with you.
Read the exam paper thoroughly before you begin and plan your attack! You DO NOT have to do them in the order that appear on the exam paper but you DO have to complete ALL of them.
Hi all mid-year intake people
Just a reminder about the items I will need to assess the ‘Perform Physical Tests’ unit.
Make sure you keep to submit:
- your density workbook
- your gravimetric analysis workbook
- your MP, BP, RI workbook
- your Proctor/soil testing workbook
I will know that you have read this email when I receive an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to tell me so ! 🙂
I also need a report for Prac 5.5A for the ‘Perform Basic Tests’ unit
See you next week.
Hi Diploma students
Just a reminder you that you should retain all documents you are producing each week in your Instrument Maintenance class so that you can submit them to me at the end of term 3 in an attractive portfolio. You should sign the completion sheet each week in class for the task you complete and I will cross match the documents in your portfolio with this sheet when I am finalising your mark for this unit.
Hi all mid-year students
Just a reminder that if you need to catch up on practicals you have missed or feel that you would like a little more practice to build your confidence in certain tasks then Monday night (from 5.30 pm) is available for this purpose. You do however have to let me know which practical exercises you would like to have available so the technical staff can get the necessary bits and pieces ready for you. Please send me an email with specific details and I will forward this to the relevant staff. Remember, we need to be able to deem you confident in all tasks and this can only be done if you have actually done them 🙂
Ann, Dan and Lara
Ann and I went on a tour of the National Measurement Institute (NMI) in Sydney (Lindfield and Ryde) and it truly was an eye-popping experience. If you can ever get down there, ask for a tour!
The purpose of the visit was to establish connections between the NMI and TAFE so that students might do work experience with them for short periods of time.
We still have a lot to work out, but I would like to get a ‘formal’ list of interested students, so please let me or Ann know if you are keen to pursue this course of action.
I’ll also talk more about it in class. Please visit http://www.measurement.gov.au/Pages/default.aspx for more information about the NMI itself.
Hi all semester 2 students
If you are reading this post then I know that you are helping yourself complete the unit “Communicate with other people”!
So what’s the next thing you have to do? Please send me a creative email so I know that you ahve read this post and that you can send emails – ie. you are communicating with ME!!!!
Look forward to getting some mail soon 🙂
Hi to all Mid-year intake students
Looking forward to meeting up with you on Monday July 11.
Please come prepared with safety glasses, lab coat and covered in shoes. It would be great if you could have your “Practical Laboratory Skills” textbook too if you can manage this!
We will be going to the lab in the first session on Monday morning so you will need these items.
We will be having a comprehensive and helpful Library session on Monday afternoon to get you off to a good start in your studies.
Watch this space in case I think of anything else to tell you 🙂
Enjoy the rest of the break.
Hello new and continuing students!
Please find your timetables below;
- New students (or anyone still doing C3 and C4 units), your timetable is here
- Continuing students doing the Diploma’s, your timetable is here
- Students attending the Monday night Flexilab, your timetable is here
Please note that these timetables may be subject to minor changes.
- For new students, and Monday nighters, Term starts on Monday the 11th of July (meet outside E1.8)
- Continuing students start on Wednesday 13th July at 9:00 am (meet outside E1.8)
On behalf of all the staff, welcome back, or welcome aboard. We all look forward to working with over the next few weeks and months. Until then, enjoy your break!
Hi all (who bother to check this website 🙂 )
This Wednesday, 9 -1 will be a revision session with Ann for all subjects – Chromatography, Organic, Chem 2. Please come prepared with all of your notes if you need help on a specific topic. I won’t have notes for subjects I don’t teach.
Also, just confirming for you that your titration exam on Thursday 16 June will be OPEN BOOK. This includes the calculations part which is at the end of the exam.
Don’t stress! Just bring your notes etc and show me what you can do! you are all excellent titrators.
Just a reminder that your Spectroscopy exam will take place on Wednesday 1 June 2016.
It will begin at 9.00 am
You are allowed to have a double-sided A-4 page cheat sheet.
The chapters you need to study are 1,2,3,4,5
This data page will need to be submitted with your exam paper.
This page does not need to include:
- colour wavelength ranges for visible region
- solvent window wavelengths
- characteristic infra red absorption peaks
These will be given to you on a data page if you need them.
See you on Wednesday.