Advanced Diploma of Laboratory Operations - MSL60118

Dalton Training Services

Type of institution: Registered Training Organisation
Level: Pre-degree


  • Perform complex laboratory testing of forensic samples
  • Perform laboratory-based ecological techniques`
  • Maintain quality system and continuous improvement processes within work or functional area
  • Obtain representative samples in accordance with sampling plan
  • Perform tissue and cell culture techniques
  • Implement and monitor WHS and environmental management systems
  • Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices
  • Perform standard calibrations
  • Provide input to production trials
  • Perform histological tests
  • Prepare mineral samples for analysis
  • Apply routine electrometric techniques
  • Maintain and calibrate instruments and equipment
  • Conduct laboratory-based acceptance tests for construction materials
  • Perform chemical tests and procedures
  • Contribute to the development of products and applications
  • Perform food tests
  • Perform biological procedures
  • Evaluate and select appropriate test methods and/or procedures
  • Create or modify automated calibration procedures
  • Prepare plans and quality assurance procedures for environmental field activities
  • Perform fire pouring techniques
  • Undertake environmental field-based monitoring
  • Apply routine spectrometric techniques
  • Perform complex tests to measure engineering properties of materials
  • Analyse data and report results
  • Develop and maintain laboratory documentation
  • Provide information to customers
  • Perform molecular biology tests and procedures
  • Conduct field-based acceptance tests for construction materials
  • Manage complex projects
  • Monitor the quality of test results and data
  • Perform fire assay techniques
  • Create or modify calibration procedures
  • Apply routine chromatographic techniques
  • Determine measurements of uncertainty
  • Schedule laboratory work for a small team
  • Perform haematological tests
  • Perform immunohaematological tests
  • Classify soils
  • Design and supervise complex environmental field surveys
  • Supervise laboratory operations in work or functional area
  • Develop or adapt analyses and procedures
  • Classify building sites
  • Prepare animal and plant material for display
  • Assist in the maintenance of reference materials
  • Perform food analyses
  • Supervise sampling, inspections and testing at construction sites
  • Apply electrophoretic techniques
  • Supervise a robotic sample preparation system
  • Conduct sensory analysis
  • Manage and develop teams
  • Perform non-standard calibrations
  • Perform aseptic techniques
  • Apply complex instrumental techniques
  • Perform physical and mechanical tests
  • Perform tests to determine the properties of construction materials
  • Maintain registration and statutory or legal compliance in work or functional area
  • Locate, record and collect forensic samples
  • Perform microbiological tests
  • Perform chemical pathology tests
  • Perform microscopic examination
  • Supervise geotechnical site investigations
  • Conduct geotechnical site investigations
  • Perform physical examination of forensic samples
  • Authorise the issue of test results
  • Perform complex tests to measure chemical properties of materials
  • Process and interpret data
  • Develop workplace policy and procedures for environmental sustainability
  • Operate a robotic sample preparation system
  • Troubleshoot equipment and/or production processes
  • Conduct an internal audit of the quality system
  • Validate test methods

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