Transport and Distribution learning objects for PDA’s
About these PDA learning objects
Toolbox 708 Transport and Distribution was developed as part of the Flexible Learning Framework Toolbox project released in 2005. The resource meets the elements for one full unit and four partial units from the Certificate II in Transport and Distribution (Road Transport) and focuses on loading and unloading cargo. These units include:
- TDTD497B Load and unload goods/cargo
- TDTA197B Secure cargo (Partial)
- TDTA897B Transfer cargo (Partial)
- TDTE597B Carry out basic workplace calculations (Partial)
- TDTE297B Estimate/Calculate mass, area and quantity dimensions (Partial)
In order to view these learning objects on your PDA, you will require Mobile Flash Player® and Mobile Acrobat®. Both programs are free and are available to download below with the learning objects. Flash Player will unpack on the PDA. Acrobat will need to be unpacked on a PC and will then update your PDA on synchronisation.
The learning objects will convert for PDA viewing as they are transferring from a PC to a PDA. They are then accessed via Internet Explorer on the PDA.
The Load Restraint Guide may be relevant to any of the learning objects but can also be accessed as a resource of its own. It has been packaged separately due to its size; however this makes it more convenient to access either on the PDA, or maybe more conveniently, on a PC when referencing them is required.
Objects numbered la1 to la15 contain learning content. Objects pa1 to pa8 are revision or practise objects.
These learning objects are free to download and can be used for any educational purpose, but the are under the same licensing restrictions as any other learning object or Toolbox resource so must not be sold or profited from. The DEST and Framework acknowledgement page at the front of each object must remain as it is.
|la1.zip||What are the causes of load shift?||518KB|
|la2.zip||What are the load restraint methods?||462KB|
|la3.zip||How do I carry a load safely?||607KB|
|la4.zip||How do I increase the load grip?||315KB|
|la5.zip||What are the characteristics of loads?||814KB|
|la6.zip||How do I tie down a load using ropes?||1.8MB|
|la7.zip||How do I tie down a load with webbing?||2.6MB|
|la8.zip||How do I tie down a load using chains?||3.8MB|
|la9.zip||What documentation do I need?||717KB|
|la10.zip||Who is responsible for loading and unloading?||536KB|
|la11.zip||How do I work out load weights?||835KB|
|la12.zip||How many ropes do I need?||613KB|
|la13.zip||How many webbing straps do I need?||565KB|
|la14.zip||How many chains do I need?||639KB|
|la15.zip||How much weight can I put on a vehicle?||496KB|
|pa1.zip||First day on the job||314KB|
|pa4.zip||Packing, loading and driving||215KB|
|pa5.zip||Where are my restraints?||196KB|
|pa6.zip||Different drop points||192KB|
|pa7.zip||Oil spill on the load deck||167KB|
|Mobile Flash Player||KB|
|Mobile Acrobat Reader||KB|
|Load Restraint Guide.zip||5.25MB|
These files have been zipped (compressed) to increase the speed of download. You will need WinZip or another similar program to unzip these files. For a download of this extension visit: www.winzip.com