• This unit of competency gives the learner a broad introduction to the spatial industry, including the outcomes required to understand legal and procedural requirements. Students learn about the various spatial information services disciplines including surveying, remote sensing, cartography, geographic information systems (GIS) and other occupations within the industry. The unit also presents spatial information in a variety of contexts and business functions requires the ability to access industry information, and applicable legislative and OHS guidelines.

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  • This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to use information technology. The technology includes the effective use of computer software to organise information and spatial data in order to verify spatial data. It requires the ability to assess and record information from varied sources and understand the use of technology in problem solving.

    Self enrolment
  • This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to assist in spatial data collection. It requires the ability to perform a range of routine and basic activities involved in the use of information technology and equipment within a spatial information handling framework. Functions would be carried out under direct supervision and within organisational guidelines.

    Self enrolment
  • This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to assist in spatial data storage and retrieval. It requires the ability to perform a range of routine and basic activities involved in the use of information technology and equipment within a spatial information handling framework. Functions would be carried out under direct supervision and within organisational guidelines.

    Self enrolment
  • Occupational Helath and Safety, now called Workplace Health and Safety is a very important aspect of working in any industry.

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