The dispute was whether or not the respondent had committed an unfair labour practice in dismissing the appellants.
In the text purpose statements, qualification rules, etcany references to NQF Levels are to the pre levels unless specifically stated otherwise.
This unit standard does not replace any other unit standard and is not replaced by any other unit standard. The Blackheath manufacturing purposes of the mathematical literacy requirement are that, as the learner progresses with confidence through the levels, the learner will grow in: Pose questions, collect and organise data.
Represent and interpret data using various techniques to investigate real life and work problems. Use random events to explore and apply probability concepts in simple life and work related situations. Identify issues suited to resolution by statistical methods Select a suitable sample Collect and generate data through the use of questionnaires and suitable experiments Calculate statistics and probability values through the use of calculators Represent data in the form of tables, charts and graphs Use statistics and representations of data to argue a resolution of an issue Interpret statistics, the use of probabilities, and representations of data Determine probability values Work with probability in practical situations Use available technology i.
Specific Outcomes and Assessment Criteria: Determining trends in societal issues such as crime and health. Identifying relevant characteristics of target groups such as age, range, gender, socio-economic group, cultural belief and performance.
Predicting the likelihood of the occurrence of events. Considering the attitudes or opinions of people on issues. The selection of a sample from a population with due sensitivity to issues relating to bias.
The formulation and use of questionnaires and interviews to obtain data for specific purposes related to surveys and censuses. Use of databases to obtain information e. Evaluation of data gathering techniques and of data collected so that faults and inconsistencies are identified.
Situations or issues that can be dealt with through statistical methods are identified correctly. Variables contributing to a problem situation are identified and addressed in data gathering, e.
Appropriate and efficient methods are used to collect, record and organise data. Data samples are of adequate size and are representative of the population. Use of scatter plots and intuitively placed lines of best fit to represent the association between two variables. Regression analysis not included.
Fit curves e g. Use of a variety of representations applicable to the issue being investigated. Determining trends societal issues such as crime and health; Identifying relevant characteristics of target groups such as age, range, gender, socio-economic group, cultural belief and performance; Considering the attitudes or opinions of people on issues.
Graphical representations and numerical summaries are consistent with the data, are clear and appropriate to the situation and target audience.
Different representations of aspects of the data are compared to take a position on the issue. Calculations and the use of statistics are correct and appropriate to the problem. Interpretations of statistics are justified and applied to answer questions about the problem.
New questions that arise from the modelling of the data are discussed. Distinguish between a trial e.
Interpret probability values expressed as fractions between 0 and 1 or as percentages. Use the term "odds on" in relation to a probability value e. Distinguish between theoretical e. Use tree diagrams in representing and working with events. Use basic counting techniques to determine the number of ways an event can occur.
The formal use of permutations and combinations not expected. Distinguish between situations in which probabilities need to be multiplied from those in which probabilities need to be added e.
Make and test predictions about probability in the context of games, real-life situations and the workplace.Looking back at the History of England's capital from before the Romans arrived right up to the present day.
London Years Ago. Before the Romans arrived some years ago there is no evidence of London existing as any sort of thriving town or village.
The Victory Café is located at the top of the Blue Mountains in the foyer of the old Victory Theatre at Blackheath. It prides itself on being a warm and friendly meeting place with outside dining where locals can sit in the sun enjoying the best coffee in town.
Blackheath Manufacturing Company- Revisited Lee High worked at Blackhealth Manufacturing Company for many years. The owner of the company, Mr.
Blackhealth, had promoted Lee High to . SUMMARY Blackheath Manufacturing Company produces a single product called Great Heath. The company recently employed a new cost accountant, Lee High, who aims to make another cost analysis over a period of three production weeks.
SUMMARY Blackheath Manufacturing Company produces a single product called Great Heath. The company recently employed a new cost accountant, Lee High, who aims to make another cost analysis over a period of three production weeks.
Charles Wilhelm Thesen (14 November – 1 February ) was a Norwegian-born shipowner and timber merchant who played a leading role in the public affairs of the South African town of Knysna.