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Implement a Process

Implement a process focuses on undertaking appropriate procedures to process a specified product. Products may include but are not limited to: fermented or non-fermented foods and beverages; biologically active products; household chemicals; toiletries; cosmetics; paper; resin or fibreglass products.

Initially students learn to follow appropriate processing operations and undertake testing to make a product that meets specifications. Students progress to complex processing operations that require analysis, modification, testing and calculation of relevant factors.

  Level 6 Level 7 Level 8
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Implement basic procedures to make a processed product Implement advanced procedures to make a processed product Implement complex procedures to make a processed product
Guidance

To support students to implement basic procedures to make a processed product at level 6, teachers could:

  • Provide opportunity for students to undertake basic processing operations.
  • Develop step by step guides to inform student practice.
  • Enable students to undertake basic testing such as pH, temperature, size to determine appropriateness of a product.
  • Ensure students apply relevant health and safety practices.

To support students to implement advanced procedures to make a processed product at level 7, teachers could:

  • Support students with their undertaking of advanced processing operations.
  • Guide students with advanced testing techniques such as: viscosity; moisture content; and degree of fermentation.
  • Ensure students comply with health and safety documentation such as HACCP and HSNO

     (see AS/NZ3343.3:200s)

To support students to implement complex procedures to make a processed product, at level 8, teachers could:

  • Support students in determining the techniques that have been involved in specific processing of materials.
  • Discuss the difference between process control in the classroom and in industry for a specified product.
  • Demonstrate complex processing operations such as: distilling; cryogenic freezing; and batch transfer
  • Support students in the implementation of complex processing operations.
  • Provide or negotiate with students the selection of a specified product.
  • Support students in the development of safety plans, risk management plans and quality assurance plans.
Indicators

Students can:

  • Implement basic processing operations.
  • Conduct basic tests to determine if a product has met required specifications.
  • Follow relevant health and safety practices

Students can:

  • Work independently in the execution of advanced procedures.
  • Undertake advanced testing techniques to determine if a product meets established specifications.
  • Comply with relevant health and safety documentation.

Students can:

  • Analyse and justify the procedures used to process a specified product.
  • Explain how processing operations can be controlled by test feedback.
  • Evaluate the appropriateness of safety, risk management and quality assurance plans
  • Make informed decisions based on knowledge of techniques, operations and testing feedback.
  • Modify processing operations based on feedback from testing.
  • Calculate yield and relevant financial costs.
  • Develop suitable safety, risk management and assurance plans.
As
AS91082 Processing Technologies 1.60

Implement basic procedures to process a specified product

 Standards & Assessment 
AS91351 Processing Technologies 2.60

Implement advanced procedures to process a specified product

 Standards & Assessment 

AS91643 Processing Technologies 3.60

Implement complex procedures to process a specified product

Standards & Assessment 

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