Friday, December 08, 2006

MIG welding first draft

Hello everyone, the metal:ED team are'nt resting on our laurels now MEM 5.12C is complete.

We have had alot of interest particularly from MECAT (Metal, Engineering, Construction And Transport Curriculum Centre)about developing further units, so we decided to develop a draft video of a bead weld using the MIG process.

Take a look here

I have also designed a flash animation describing the MIG process.
Take a look here

We'd love to hear your feedback too!

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Blogger Plasma Cutter said...

Hi, I am experienced welder.I always like to use mig welders and Plasma cutters.Thanks i have seen, Yuo explained mig welders process very fine.

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Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Professional Development: Powerpoints

One of the most important, and ongoing aspects of the Metal:ED Project has been the ongoing professional development that all team members are undertaking as part of the process.

Jody and Brian have been leading the team in learning about video production throughout the project, whilst I've had the pleasure of working with team members to undertake some IT training across a range of areas including using Blogs and Wikis and some more basic skills like using email and Powerpoint.

John Sharples has done some fabulous work in that area - creating a great Powerpoint presentation on Safety Theory for MEM 5.12C Perform Routine Manual Metal Arc Welding. Check it out!



We'll post some more work from some of our other team members shortly.

Congrats John! Nice Work! ;-)

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Wednesday, November 29, 2006

MEM5.12C is FINISHED!

Hello everyone.

The metal:ED project has been a big success, and I'd like to thank all the team members involved for their contributions. Congratulations to everyone!
Now we all hope to continue on with this proven concept of delivering trades-based resources through video.

I'm pleased to post up a FLASH web-based version of the finished DVD.
Click HERE to see the finished videos.

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Saturday, November 04, 2006

Metal:ED is Highly Commended at the Quality Awards!

The Metal:ED team have had another busy week getting ready for our showcase at the NSW TAFE Quality Awards 2006.

This year the event was organised by the Hunter Institute and held in Gosford, where teams gathered to showcase their work and to meet and share info with each other.

It was a great day, with lots of impressive projects to check out and interesting new strategies being implemented by teams from across all Institutes in NSW.

Les, Jody and myself had the honour of representing the team at the event. We set up some banners and a display of the videos that have been produced so far and gave out fliers about the project.

There was lots of visitors to our little booth, and and we gained some interesting feedback to take back for discussion with the rest of the team.

AND - the great news is, Metal:ED received a Highly Commended in the the Peter Wright Award for Excellence in Teaching Award. GOOO Team! ;-)

A special mention has to go to Jayne Bachelor and her Bridging the Gap team who were also recognised with a Progressing to Quality Award. Yay!

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Monday, October 23, 2006

Finished draft DVD ready for review by Metal:ED team

Hello everyone.
After months of hard work by the metal:ED team, we now have a finished draft DVD.
Here is how the DVD disc looks:




And this is the DVD slick cover:





Now its over to the Metal fab guys to thoroughly review the DVD to ensure we have covered all the units of competance in a way that is educationally sound.

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Monday, October 09, 2006

Pad weld - Competancy unit 2 draft ready for review

Here is the final draft clip for review.
Its the competancy of creating a pad weld.

Please feel free to provide us with some feedback on any of the draft clips in this and previous posts below.

For competancy "Pad weld - flat position"
Click HERE to view the video. (opens in a new window)

Note: Please remember that all of the draft clips have been compressed for web delivery. The final product will be in full DVD quality.

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Thursday, October 05, 2006

Bead and Butt welds - New drafts for review

The editing of the various MEM 5.12C competancy units continues to roll along.
The idea of publishing these draft clips is to enable anyone to provide us with feedback & suggestions, particularly on the educational content.
So please feel free to post your reviews, the more the better.

For competancy "Bead weld - multirun in a flat position"
Click HERE to view the video. (opens in a new window)

For competancy "Butt weld 10mm plates - flat position"
Click HERE to view the video. (opens in a new window)

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