Tertiary Catalogue

Construction


Working with Ratios

Working with Ratios

Numeracy in Construction

Converting units and working out ratios is an integral skill for working in construction. This video explains the mathematical reasoning behind converting units of volume and scaling ratios and how it can be applied to calculate the correct...Show More
Calculating Volume

Calculating Volume

Numeracy in Construction

An understanding of the volume of spaces is an essential skill for working in construction. This video explains the basic formula for volume and how it can be applied to easily calculate the amount of concrete needed for a house foundation by...Show More
Multiplication

Multiplication

Numeracy in Construction

There are many applications for multiplication when working in construction. This video explains how multiplication skills can be used to calculate wall areas and the size of covering panels to work out how much material needs to be ordered for...Show More
Estimating and Quotes

Estimating and Quotes

Numeracy in Construction

The ability to estimate material quantities and provide quotes is a helpful skill for working in construction. This video explains how to estimate the area and materials needed for a tiling job, incorporating unit conversions, and how to allow...Show More
Calculating Perimeter

Calculating Perimeter

Numeracy in Construction

Calculating the perimeter of a block of land is a crucial skill for working in construction. This video explains the basic formula for perimeter and how it can be applied to calculate the length of fencing required for a construction site, as...Show More
Calculating Area

Calculating Area

Numeracy in Construction

Calculating the area of a construction space is an important skill for working on a building site. This video explains the basic formula for area and how it can be applied to easily calculate wall area, incorporating length conversions, and...Show More
Power Drill

Power Drill

Power Tools

Competency to operate is vital when using any power tool. This snippet outlines the key safety factors you should know before operating a power drill, and during operation.
Jigsaw

Jigsaw

Power Tools

Competency to operate is vital when using any power tool. This snippet outlines the key safety factors you should know before operating a jigsaw, and during operation.
Portable Air Compressor

Portable Air Compressor

Power Tools

Competency to operate is vital when using any power tool. This snippet outlines the key safety factors you should know before operating a portable air compressor, and during operation.
Drill Press

Drill Press

Power Tools

Competency to operate is vital when using any power tool. This snippet outlines the key safety factors you should know before operating a drill press, and during operation.
Circular Saw

Circular Saw

Power Tools

Competency to operate is vital when using any power tool. This snippet outlines the key safety factors you should know before operating a circular saw, and during operation.
Angle Grinder

Angle Grinder

Power Tools

Competency to operate is vital when using any power tool. This snippet outlines the key safety factors you should know before operating an angle grinder, and during operation.
Pre-Operational Checks for Excavators

Pre-Operational Checks for Excavators

Mobile Plant

Pre-operational checks help to ensure that the excavator is safe to use by identifying damage and helping to prevent accidents. This snippet shows a suggested process for a licensed excavator operator to conduct pre-operational checks.
Pre-Operational Checks for Backhoes

Pre-Operational Checks for Backhoes

Mobile Plant

Pre-operational checks help to ensure that the backhoe is safe to use by identifying damage and helping to prevent accidents. This workplace safety training video snippet shows a suggested process for a licensed backhoe operator to conduct...Show More
Step Ladders

Step Ladders

Working from Heights

Portable ladders are used to provide access for light work tasks above ground level. Using ladders can be hazardous with falls from ladders being a common cause of workplace injury. The risk of falls is commonly caused by over-reaching, trying to...Show More
Platform Ladder

Platform Ladder

Working from Heights

Portable ladders are used to provide access for light work tasks above ground level. Using ladders can be hazardous with falls from ladders being a common cause of workplace injury. The risk of falls is commonly caused by over-reaching, trying to...Show More
Extension Ladder

Extension Ladder

Working from Heights

Portable ladders are used to provide access for light work tasks above ground level. Using ladders can be hazardous with falls from ladders being a common cause of workplace injury. The risk of falls is commonly caused by over-reaching, trying to...Show More
Worksite Communication Skills

Worksite Communication Skills

This video comprises of basic communication skills as they are applied within industrial or commercial trade settings such as construction sites, engineering or fabrication workshops and manufacturing enterprises. We explore why clear...Show More
Using Power Tools Safely

Using Power Tools Safely

This video presents the potential hazards and the correct use of, angle grinders, jack-hammers, circular saws, and power drills. Using examples and commentary from a Master Builder, a practical guide of how to use each power tool is demonstrated...Show More
WHS in Electrical Trades

WHS in Electrical Trades

This video looks at the risks of working with electricity, recognising where hazards may come from and how the hazards can be identified. We examine the factors that should be considered when undertaking a risk assessment such as work practices,...Show More
Prime Mover

Prime Mover

Three Points of Contact

Sometimes it is the simplest of actions that can cause workplace injuries, such as fractures, sprains and strains. Some of the most common workplace injuries occur as drivers are getting into or out of their vehicles. Maintaining three points of...Show More
General

General

Three Points of Contact

Tripping while using stairways and ladders or getting into and out of vehicles is a common cause of workplace injuries. This risk can be reduced or avoided by maintaining 3 points of contact with a secure surface such as using one hand to hold...Show More
Forklift (Gas)

Forklift (Gas)

Three Points of Contact

Sometimes it is the simplest of actions that can cause workplace injuries, such as fractures, sprains and strains. Some of the most common workplace injuries occur as operators are getting into or out of their forklift or other mobile...Show More
Forklift (Electric)

Forklift (Electric)

Three Points of Contact

Sometimes it is the simplest of actions that can cause workplace injuries, such as fractures, sprains and strains. Some of the most common workplace injuries occur as operators are getting into or out of their forklift or other mobile...Show More
One Flash and You're Ash!: Working Safely with Electricity

One Flash and You're Ash!: Working Safely with Electricity

Working with electricity is potentially dangerous. Both the equipment, and the way it is used, must be safe. If something does go wrong and someone is injured, knowing how to deal with the situation, and treat the victim, can save lives. This...Show More