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Qualification details

CPP60109 - Advanced Diploma of Spatial Information Services (Release 1)

Summary

Usage recommendation:
Superseded
Mapping:
MappingNotesDate
Supersedes CPP60107 - Advanced Diploma of Spatial Information Services 08/Apr/2011
Is superseded by CPP60112 - Advanced Diploma of Spatial Information ServicesChanged outcome for some native CPP07 core units. Imported core unit updated. Native and imported elective units updated. Surveying units removed from elective pool of qualification and re-packaged into new CPP60312 Advanced Diploma of Surveying. Entrance requirements removed. 26/Nov/2012

Releases:
ReleaseRelease date
1 1 (this release) 07/Apr/2011

Units of competency

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CPPSIS6011A - Carry out basic mine designCarry out basic mine designN/A
BSBFIM501A - Manage budgets and financial plansManage budgets and financial plansN/A
CPPSIS6001A - Conduct open mine pit surveyingConduct open mine pit surveyingN/A
BSBWOR502A - Ensure team effectivenessEnsure team effectivenessN/A
CPPDSM5036A - Prepare tender documentation in the property industryPrepare tender documentation in the property industryN/A
CPPSIS6018A - Design spatial networks and geocodingDesign spatial networks and geocodingN/A
CPPSIS6010A - Undertake spatial information services research and developmentUndertake spatial information services research and developmentN/A
CPPSIS6009A - Educate the public on spatial information servicesEducate the public on spatial information servicesN/A
BSBMKG502B - Establish and adjust the marketing mixEstablish and adjust the marketing mixN/A
CPPSIS6007A - Design spatial information services project deliverablesDesign spatial information services project deliverablesN/A
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Classifications

SchemeCodeClassification value
ANZSCO Identifier 512299 Practice Managers Nec 
ASCO (occupation type) Identifier 3999-79 Associate Professionals Nec 
ASCED Qualification/Course Field of Education Identifier 0311 Geomatic Engineering 
Qualification/Course Level of Education Identifier 411 Advanced Diploma 
Taxonomy - Industry Sector N/A Surveying 
Taxonomy - Occupation N/A Cartographic Technician,Geo-Spatial Information Data Manager,Cartographer,Surveyor,Geographic Information Systems Manager 

Classification history

SchemeCodeClassification valueStart dateEnd date
ANZSCO Identifier 512299 Practice Managers Nec 03/Sep/2009 
ASCO (occupation type) Identifier 3999-79 Associate Professionals Nec 03/Sep/2009 
ASCED Qualification/Course Field of Education Identifier 0311 Geomatic Engineering 03/Sep/2009 
Qualification/Course Level of Education Identifier 411 Advanced Diploma 07/Apr/2011 
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Entry Requirements

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Employability Skills Summary

Employability Skills Qualification Summary 

Employability Skill 

Industry /enterprise requirements for this qualification include the following facets :

Communication 

  • apply verbal and written communication skills to:
  • build on others' ideas to advance discussion and question others to clarify ideas
  • encourage feedback
  • provide clear sequenced oral instructions to others
  • explore ideas in discussion
  • listen and question to clarify and elicit information
  • participate effectively in verbal interactions
  • apply communication skills to discuss vocational issues effectively with colleagues and impart knowledge and ideas through oral, written and visual means
  • apply literacy skills to:
  • assess and use workplace information
  • locate and interpret legislation and other written documentation
  • prepare and manage documentation
  • read and write technical reports
  • research and evaluate
  • apply numeracy skills to:
  • analyse errors
  • conduct image analysis
  • interpret and analyse statistics
  • perform mental calculations
  • record with accuracy and precision
  • undertake computations
  • complete all required documentation according to organisational guidelines
  • define and document project objectives, deliverables, constraints, principal work activities and equipment requirements according to spatial data specifications and client requirements
  • implement and maintain agreed communication processes between project members, clients and other stakeholders

Teamwork 

  • allocate work to appropriate personnel and implement supervisory processes, checks, measures and problem-solving techniques to ensure work is completed within time available
  • inform relevant personnel of the results according to organisational guidelines
  • relate to people from a range of social, cultural and ethnic backgrounds and with a range of physical and mental abilities
  • select personnel and work teams for the project activity
  • work with others
  • work effectively as part of a team

Problem solving 

  • apply theoretical spatial concepts to a range of situations in order to determine, create and facilitate acceptance by users of a suitable spatial data and attribute storage system
  • determine functional requirements
  • conduct an audit of existing spatial data sources to determine their suitability, usability, spatial data dependencies and adaptability
  • create and test a prototype or adopt standard format to confirm that design meets functional requirements
  • apply spatial skills to:
  • understand the holistic implications of height, depth, breadth, dimension, direction and position to actual operational activity and virtual representation
  • exercise precision and accuracy in relation to complex engineering surveying
  • solve complex problems relating to height, depth, breadth, dimension, direction and position in actual operational activity and virtual representation

Initiative and enterprise 

  • create and test system design
  • apply research and analytical skills to:
  • assemble evidence and evaluate for accuracy and relevance
  • use and follow academic procedure for research techniques and copyright requirements
  • use a variety of strategies for planning
  • apply creative and conceptual skills
  • apply delegation skills
  • undertake business negotiation
  • create 2-D drawings
  • create and modify a 3-D model or digital elevation model

Planning and organising 

  • apply project management skills, including the ability to meet deadlines
  • develop a plan based on functional requirements detailing spatial data flow dependencies
  • develop a schedule for the introduction of the system
  • archive spatial data according to project specifications
  • prepare data for geocoding
  • prepare for examination and assessment of product or service quality
  • implement project management mechanisms to measure, record and report progress of activities in relation to the agreed schedule and plans
  • organise project resources
  • select a strategy for developing a web-based geographic information system application
  • prepare 2-D or 3-D digital elevation model

Self-management 

  • time management
  • manage self
  • prioritise activities
  • adhere to correct OHS practices
  • comply with, and develop or amend, organisational guidelines

Learning 

  • apply knowledge of organisational policies and guidelines
  • update skills and knowledge to accommodate changes in global positioning system equipment
  • update skills and knowledge to accommodate changes in environment and equipment
  • train others in spatial precision techniques
  • perform spatial data archival and retrieval and train others in this task
  • perform spatial data management and manipulation and train others in this task
  • perform file management and train others in this task
  • perform global positioning system data archival and retrieval and train others in this task

Technology 

  • use a computer (high technical user level) to complete business documentation and apply software and hardware
  • assess spatial computing platforms and software systems for suitability against specification
  • analyse and design networks
  • select suitable computing platforms and software systems
  • maximise the potential of the web-based geographic information systems application by the specification of possible software tools and links
  • develop geographic information systems to run within the internet and private intranets
  • check equipment to be in good working order

Due to the high proportion of electives required by this qualification, the industry/enterprise requirements described above for each Employability Skill are representative of the property industry in general and may not reflect specific job roles. Learning and assessment strategies for this qualification should be based on the requirements of the units of competency for this qualification.

This table is a summary of Employability Skills that are typical of this qualification and should not be interpreted as definitive.

Packaging Rules

Packaging rules 

Minimum entry level for this Advanced Diploma is a Diploma of Surveying or a Diploma of Spatial Information Services.

To achieve recognition at the Advanced Diploma level, the candidate must demonstrate competency in the six core units, plus seven electives (total thirteen units). The elective units selected at this level must not include those selected at Diploma level. Up to two of the required electives may be selected from other qualifications aligned at the Diploma or Advanced Diploma level in this Training Package or from other relevant endorsed Training Package qualifications aligned at the Diploma or Advanced Diploma level.

Core units 

BSBRSK501A

Manage risk

CPPSIS6003A

Determine client spatial requirements

CPPSIS6004A

Design a spatial project plan

CPPSIS6005A

Apply quality control measures to spatial information services industry

CPPSIS6007A

Design spatial information services project deliverables

CPPSIS6010A

Undertake spatial information services research and development

Elective units 

BSBFIM501A

Manage budgets and financial plans

BSBMGT502B

Manage people performance

BSBMGT605B

Provide leadership across the organisation

BSBMGT616A

Develop and implement strategic plans

BSBMKG502B

Establish and adjust the marketing mix

BSBMKG608A

Develop organisational marketing objectives

BSBWOR502A

Ensure team effectiveness

CPCCSV6012A

Facilitate community development consultation

CPPCMN4001A

Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability

CPPDSM5036A

Prepare tender documentation in the property industry

CPPSIS5013A

Design a spatial data storage system

CPPSIS6001A

Conduct open mine pit surveying

CPPSIS6002A

Create mine drawings

CPPSIS6006A

Develop and maintain spatial information services contractual relationships

CPPSIS6008A

Conduct design and set out survey

CPPSIS6009A

Educate the public on spatial information services

CPPSIS6011A

Carry out basic mine design

CPPSIS6012A

Conduct an advanced GPS control survey

CPPSIS6013A

Conduct underground mine surveying

CPPSIS6014A

Conduct mining geology operations

CPPSIS6015A

Conduct complex engineering set out surveys

CPPSIS6016A

Monitor complex engineering surveying structures

CPPSIS6017A

Conduct advanced remote sensing analysis

CPPSIS6018A

Design spatial networks and geocoding

CPPSIS6019A

Develop distributed mapping applications

CPPSIS6020A

Develop 2-D and 3-D terrain visualisations

LGAPLEM603B

Coordinate information gathering and geographic information systems development in council

LGAPLEM607A

Develop, monitor and maintain geographic information systems

LGAPLEM610A

Manage data within council's geographic information system