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CUAACD201 Develop drawing skills to communicate ideas (Elective)

Develop simple drawing techniques to communicate ideas. It does not relate to drawing as an art form. Visually represent ideas about objects, the use of space, narratives or the steps in a process.

Judy Watson Napangardi



Hand in Aboriginal art?



Aboriginal Art and Storytelling



Elements and Performance Criteria

1. Prepare to use a range of drawing techniques
1.1 Clarify purpose of drawings with appropriate people
1.2 Identify suitable techniques to represent ideas
1.3 Select tools and materials required for selected techniques
1.4 Take presentation context into account when selecting techniques, tools and materials

2. Produce simple drawings
2.1 Explore ways of representing ideas through application of different techniques
2.2 Seek feedback from others on different drawing techniques
2.3 Select techniques best suited to represent ideas
2.4 Draw ideas using selected techniques
2.5 Respond positively to feedback from others on own work and take action to improve own skills as required

Foundation Skills

Learning - 2.5
- Identifies and uses feedback as a strategy to improve skills

Oral Communication - 1.1, 2.2, 2.5
- Uses questioning and active listening to clarify task requirements, and seek and respond to feedback

Interact with others - 1.1, 2.2, 2.5
- Follows accepted practices and protocols in seeking advice and opinions from others

Get the work done - 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 2.1, 2.3, 2.4
- Plans and undertakes routine drawing tasks in consultation with others
- Makes routine decisions using defined circumstances to assist
- Manages own decisions about appropriate techniques to represent ideas using experimentation and feedback

Performance Evidence

Evidence of the ability to:
  • select tools, materials and techniques required to produce drawings
  • produce and refine drawings that:
    • demonstrate basic techniques
    • communicate ideas
    • are appropriate for the presentation context.
Note: If a specific volume or frequency is not stated, then evidence must be provided at least once.

Knowledge Evidence

To complete the unit requirements safely and effectively, the individual must:
  • describe the uses of common drawing tools and materials
  • describe different approaches to drawing
  • explain the importance of drawing techniques in representing ideas.

Assessment Conditions

Assessment must be conducted in a safe environment where evidence gathered demonstrates consistent performance of typical activities experienced in creative arts industry environments. The assessment environment must include access to equipment and materials used to produce drawings.
Assessors of this unit must satisfy the requirements for assessors in applicable vocational educational and training legislation, frameworks and/or standards.

1. Where Question 3s?


2. Who is the Director of RAC?


3. What is Damien Djerrkura's job?


4. Give an example of a hazard and a risk.


5. Why is PPE necessary?


6. What does RSI stand for?


7. What causes RSI?


8. What causes bad work posture?


9. What must an employer do to address monitor problems?


10. Complete this sentence. Assess to


CUADES201 Follow a design process (Elective)

Follow a design process at a basic level, incorporating an element of problem solving to identify and resolve challenges that may hinder the process. It applies to individuals who work under direct supervision and respond to specific issues or changes which may relate to product and service requirements.

Aboriginal Art



Hand in Aboriginal art?



Aboriginal Art and Storytelling



Elements and Performance Criteria

1.Clarify the challenge
1.1 Confirm nature and scope of challenge with stakeholders
1.2 Agree on specific objectives with stakeholders
1.3 Identify constraints that may impact the design process
1.4 Identify and source applicable supporting information and assistance

2. Explore different ideas and select solutions
2.1 Generate different ideas according to challenge requirements
2.2 Explore different options and ideas for meeting requirements and discuss with stakeholders
2.3 Analyse different ideas and feedback and select preferred solution
2.4 Summarise key ideas and present to stakeholders in required format
2.5 Obtain required approvals to progress solution

3. Implement solution
3.1 Schedule key tasks and organise resources required for implementation
3.2 Carry out testing, prototyping or trialling of proposed solution
3.3 Maintain any required documentation
3.4 Identify problems and seek advice and guidance from others

4. Evaluate solution
4.1 Check success of solution based on original objectives
4.2 Seek feedback from required stakeholders
4.3 Review both the solution and the process undertaken and record for future reference

Foundation Skills

Learning
- Reviews own work and identifies improvement opportunities

Reading
- Reviews and interprets textual information from different sources to scope job requirements and generate ideas

Writing
- Produces meeting summaries using simple language and structure

Oral Communication
- Gains information, confirms understanding and seeks feedback using questioning and listening techniques
- Presents ideas using correct pronunciation and vocabulary

Numeracy
- Recognises and interprets numerical information relating to timeframes and dates

Teamwork
- Cooperates with others in immediate work context

Planning and organising
- Plans routine tasks with familiar goals and outcomes

Self-management
- Seeks assistance when problems are beyond immediate responsibilities or experience
- Takes responsibility for routine low-impact decisions within familiar situations

Initiative and enterprise
- Identifies ideas in use in other contexts and considers how they might be applied in own context with minimal adjustment

Performance Evidence

The candidate must demonstrate the ability to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit, including evidence of the ability to:
  • follow the design process for at least two challenges.
In the course of the above, the candidate must:
  • determine project objectives, possible constraints and required support materials
  • collaborate with others to generate ideas, solve problems and seek approvals and feedback
  • schedule tasks and create project documentation that support proposed solutions
  • review work and identify at least one area for future improvement.

Knowledge Evidence

The candidate must be able to demonstrate knowledge to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit, including knowledge of:
  • creative thinking techniques used to generate ideas
  • key steps in the design process as a way of thinking and solving problems
  • sources of information for new ideas, applicable to specific context.

Assessment Conditions

Skills in this unit must be demonstrated in a workplace or simulated environment where the conditions are typical of those in a working environment in this industry.
This includes access to:
  • office equipment required to implement solutions.
Assessors of this unit must satisfy the requirements for assessors in applicable vocational education and training legislation, frameworks and/or standards.

11. Step 1. Find a Problem. Steps 2 and 3?


12. What happens to 90% of businesses after 5 years and why?


13. What is the first step of a business plan?


14. What does ATO stand for?


15. What does ASIC stand for?


16. Who is Jack Ma?


17. What does his business do?


18. What piece of advice from Jack did you like?


19. Who is Justice Chase?


20. What are the three S's he talks about?


CUAACD311 Produce drawings to communicate ideas (Elective)

Produce drawings that represent and communicate ideas. It does not relate to drawing as an art form. It applies to individuals who use drawings, either electronic or hand drawn, for personal use or in response to a project or brief. Drawings may include design concepts for objects, processes or spaces, movement sequences for performances or screen productions, exhibitions, tenders, proposals or publications.

Improve Your Drawing Skills



How to improve your art skills



How to paint Rock mandalas



Elements and Performance Criteria

1. Plan drawing work
1.1 Identify drawing requirements from reference material and confirm with applicable personnel
1.2 Identify factors that may impact on how drawing work is undertaken
1.3 Gather information about drawing techniques, materials and equipment from different sources
1.4 Evaluate information for application to communicating ideas and specific drawings

2. Experiment to represent ideas
2.1 Explore different drawing techniques with identified materials and equipment
2.2 Select approaches that best suit the purpose of drawings and their presentation context

3. Create drawings
3.1 Organise materials, tools and equipment for selected techniques
3.2 Produce preliminary drawings and compare with drawing requirements in consultation with required personnel
3.3 Confirm intellectual property and other applicable legislative requirements are met
3.4 Finalise drawings, incorporating feedback on work in progress as required
3.5 Prepare drawings for presentation context

Foundation Skills

Reading
- Interprets information from familiar sources to determine drawing production requirements and legal and safety constraints

Oral Communication
- Gathers information and opinions from others using questioning and active listening techniques

Self-management
- Complies with safety requirements associated with creative work

Teamwork
- Uses accepted practices and protocols in discussions of work progress with others

Initiative and enterprise
- Analyses drawing requirements and tests the capabilities of materials, tools and equipment when determining the approach for final production that meets drawing requirements

Performance Evidence

The candidate must demonstrate the ability to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit, including evidence of the ability to:
  • produce drawings to communicate at least three different ideas.
In the course of the above, the candidate must:
  • identify and analyse drawing requirements
  • explore techniques, materials and equipment according to required safety procedures
  • determine intellectual property requirements
    • produce drawings that:
    • show a command of selected techniques
    • successfully communicate the required ideas.

Knowledge Evidence

The candidate must be able to demonstrate knowledge to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit, including knowledge of:
  • properties and capabilities of the range of materials, tools and equipment used in drawing digitally and by hand
  • sources of information about different approaches to drawing
  • work health and safety requirements associated with tools and materials used for drawing
  • intellectual property and copyright requirements and other legislation related to own drawing work.

Assessment Conditions

Skills in this unit must be demonstrated in a workplace or simulated environment where the conditions are typical of those in a working environment in this industry.
This includes access to:
  • equipment, tools and materials required to produce drawings
  • information sources.
Assessors of this unit must satisfy the requirements for assessors in applicable vocational educational and training legislation, frameworks and/or standards.

21. What's the difference between good teamwork and bad teamwork?


22. Describe the slacker effect.


23. List three main points of a team contract.


24. Why should meetings be short and frequent?


25. What three words describe the Power of Collaboration?


26. If 5 people have 3 ideas a month how many ideas might 320 have?


27. Complete Walt's tip. "If you can dream it,


28. notions + beliefs + theories =


29. join forces + pool resources =


30. List at least three things helped by collaboration.


CUAATS312 Produce work that expresses own Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander identity (Core)

Produce drawings that represent and communicate ideas. It does not relate to drawing as an art form. It applies to individuals who use drawings, either electronic or hand drawn, for personal use or in response to a project or brief. Drawings may include design concepts for objects, processes or spaces, movement sequences for performances or screen productions, exhibitions, tenders, proposals or publications.

Improve Your Drawing Skills



How to improve your art skills



How to paint Rock mandalas



Elements and Performance Criteria

1. Apply cultural protocols to production of work
1.1 Discuss ways in which cultural identity can be expressed with required personnel
1.2 Determine knowledge permitted for cultural expression with required personnel
1.3 Research and follow Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander protocols for production, presentation and distribution of cultural works

2. Develop ideas for artistic work that expresses cultural identity
2.1 Evaluate gathered cultural information
2.2 Develop ideas for artistic work
2.3 Integrate cultural identity with ideas for artistic work
2.4 Select medium of expression consistent with cultural context and ideas

3. Create work
3.1 Create work that expresses cultural context and own identity
3.2 Review cultural and intellectual property requirements and make adjustments to work as required
3.3 Incorporate feedback from required personnel on work in progress and make refinements as required

Foundation Skills

Reading
- Identifies and interprets culturally specific information and legislative requirements to inform work practice

Oral communication
- Participates in exchanges with required individuals and groups using required language
- Uses careful listening and questioning to gather information within established cultural boundaries and seeks feedback on work progress

Teamwork
- Follows communication practices and protocols required for local culture when gathering information and feedback from others

Initiative and enterprise
- Uses own enquiry and investigation to guide decision making for idea development
- Selects and refines approach to work that reflects cultural concepts, identity and location with input from required personnel

Planning and organising
- Organises tasks required to plan and produce creative work

Self-management
- Takes responsibility for compliance with cultural practices, protocols and intellectual property associated with creative work

Performance Evidence

The candidate must demonstrate the ability to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit, including evidence of the ability to:
  • produce at least one artistic work that expresses own cultural context and cultural identity.
In the course of the above, the candidate must:
  • use cultural information to develop concepts for artistic work
  • follow community protocols and intellectual property requirements for art practices
  • communicate effectively to gather and clarify information seek and incorporate feedback on work from required personnel and make refinements as required.

Knowledge Evidence

The candidate must be able to demonstrate knowledge to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit, including knowledge of:
  • key features and practices of own or local Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander culture
  • techniques used for artistic expression for selected medium
  • cultural protocols relating to production, presentation and distribution of works that express Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander identity
  • protocols for sharing and expressing cultural information relating to artistic works
  • intellectual property requirements for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander artwork.

Assessment Conditions

Skills in this unit must be demonstrated in a workplace or simulated environment where the conditions are typical of those in a working environment in this industry.
This includes access to:
  • involvement of persons approved by Elders of relevant community
  • information sources on protocols for producing work and other cultural information as agreed by local communities.
Assessors of this unit must satisfy the requirements for assessors in applicable vocational education and training legislation, frameworks and/or standards.

31. What's the difference between good teamwork and bad teamwork?


32. Describe the slacker effect.


33. List three main points of a team contract.


34. Why should meetings be short and frequent?


35. What three words describe the Power of Collaboration?


36. If 5 people have 3 ideas a month how many ideas might 320 have?


37. Complete Walt's tip. "If you can dream it,


38. notions + beliefs + theories =


39. join forces + pool resources =


40. List at least three things helped by collaboration.