Workshop II

Course CodeBGN203
Fee CodeS3
Duration (approx)100 hours
QualificationStatement of Attainment
Develop your ability to perform a variety of scientific or technical procedures, using problem based learning strategies (PBL).

What is PBL?    Problem-based learning has been defined as: “A learning method based on using problems as a starting point for acquisition and integration of new knowledge.”

 

Using problem-based learning (PBL) strategies you will complete three projects that address the following topics, relevant to your workplaces in your industry:

 

  •  Identifying and analysing scientific or technical problems
  •  Using and maintaining scientific or technical equipment
  •  Collecting and storing samples, data or other evidence
  •  Undertaking and evaluating scientific or technical procedures
  •  Describing workplace operations and equipment in scientific laboratories or technical facilities

 

 

Contents:
There are three PBL projects in this module

1. Identifying Technical Problems and Collecting Samples or Data: Investigating technical problems in the workplace; collecting and treating samples, data or other evidence.

 

2. Analytical Procedures: Using specialised technical equipment to analyse samples, data or other evidence; undertaking routine and advanced scientific or technical analyses.

 

3. Workplace Operations: Describing the operations and equipment of a laboratory or other technical environment.

 

 

 

Aims

  • Identify technical or scientific problems that occur in the workplace and demonstrate appropriate techniques for collecting and treating samples or data.
  • Demonstrate techniques used to analyse and solve technical problems.
  • Describe the operations of a scientific laboratory or other technical environment.

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