1. year. 12. Bananas are 1.5 times more

1. A banana palm is an herb, not a tree.
2. The stem of a banana can reach 10 meters in height and almost half a meter in circumference.
3. One big banana plant can give three hundred kilograms of bananas per season.
4. There are thousand types of banana known. But only 5 varieties of bananas are considered suitable for human consumption.
5. For the first time in botany, the banana was described by Carl Linnaeus in 1753.
6. One banana contains up to 300 mg of potassium, which helps to fight with increased blood pressure and strengthens the heart muscle.
7. There are different colors of banana, yellow, red, golden, green and even black.
8. Most of the bananas grow in India and Brazil.
9. There is no particular season for growing banana, it grows throughout the year.
10. Banana is a great cure for hangover.
11. About 105 million tons of banana is produced every year.
12. Bananas are 1.5 times more nutritious than potatoes, rich in vegetable protein and at the same time – no saturated fats.
13. In the 1930s, in Nazi Germany, bananas were declared “unpatriotic” fruit.
14. Banana is berries, not a fruit.
15. Banana grows from bulbs not from seeds.
16. In Philippines, fruit sauce is made from banana.
17. In Uganda, where local people eat almost bananas, each person eats, on average, 220 kilograms of bananas a year.
18. Banana has 74% of water.
19. About 100billions of banana are consumed every year in the world.
20. Bananas contains an amazing amino acid – tryptophan, from which the human body synthesizes serotonin – a hormone of joy.
21. Banana is the fourth most popular and consumed agricultural product.
22. Two bananas may well replace dinner or breakfast for calorie and nutritional value.
23. Banana grows upside down, towards the sun that’s why banana is curved.
24. Humans and banana shares 50%of their DNA.
25. Banana fibers can be used to make ropes and tea bags.
26. Bananas can be used to make wine and beer, in some part of Africa people make it.
27. Due to potassium, banana is slightly radioactive but causes no harm.
28. Banana peels can be eaten if it is cooked.
29. Banana floats on water.
30. The unripe or green banana is cooked as vegetable.
31. Peel of banana can be used to whiten the teeth.
32. In India, once a man ate 81 bananas in just half hour.
33. In 1960, people tried to get high by smoking banana peels.
34. Human and banana have about 50%of identical genes.
35. The scientific name for banana is musa sapientum which means’ fruit of wise men”.
36. Bananas are very helpful for people who suffer from constipation problems.
37. Rubbing banana peel on the insect bite provides relief from itching.
38. Banana has property of lowering the high body temperature.
39. The most popular variety of bananas is Cavendish.
40. In India, the flower of a banana is sacred and symbolizes purity.
41. In California there is a Banana Club Museum. They have 17,000 different items made up of banana.
42. Bananas are used in cosmetology and not only at home, but also as ingredients of cosmetics.
43. Banana helps in weight loss.
44. Monkeys peels banana upside down.
45. Dried bananas contain 5 times more calories than fresh bananas.
46. Banana peel is used in making soap.
47. China had banned pictures and video of using banana in seductive way.
48. 51% of bananas are eaten in breakfast.
49. Mait Lepik from Estonia won in the world’s first banana eating competition for speed. He managed to eat 10 bananas in 3 minutes.
50. 5.5 and 6.5 is the perfect pH for growing banana.
51. A medium sized banana contains about 95 calories and it provide instant energy boost.
52. In some parts of India food is serve on the banana leaves.
53. Inside of the banana peel can be a good shoe polish.
54. Once the most popular varieties of bananas were virtually extinct in the 20th century due to the spread of diseases that affect these plants.
55. Banana is the only fruit that even in infants does not give an allergic reaction.
56. The compositions of bananas include antioxidants and amino acids, and they are known to protect the body and improve immunity.
57. Bananas inhibit calcium in the body; it is not excreted with urine but remains in the body and is used to strengthen bones.
58. Rubbing banana peel during headache reduces the pain.
59. Canaan Banana was the first Zimbabwe President.
60. When weaning from nicotine addiction, it is recommended to eat bananas – a large number of vitamins, potassium, and magnesium help to remove the remnants of nicotine from the body and adapt to life without cigarettes.

1. More than 85% of Australians live within 50 km of the coast zone.
2. Australia – is the only country which occupies a whole continent.
3. Australia is one of the least densely populated countries in the world.
4. In Australia, electricity prices are considered to be the highest in the world.
5. The largest sand island in the world is also in Australia, its name is Fraser.
6. 50 million years ago, Australia and Antarctica were a single state.
7. It is the sixth in the world, among countries, in terms of the size of its territory.
8. In 1880 Melbourne was the richest city in the world.
9. 91% of the country’s territory is covered by natural vegetation.
10. Boab trees are endemic of Australia. These trees can live for more than 2000 years.
11. Millions of wild camels represent a huge problem for the Australian ecosystem.
12. Didgeridoo is wind instrument originated from Australia and is one of the oldest in the world.
13. Australia has the longest fence in the world. Its length is 5.614 km.
14. Australia has three time zones.
15. The victory of Australian footballers over the team of American Samoa in the 31 – 0 has become a record for the entire history of international matches.
16. Australian camels are imported to Saudi Arabia.
17. There are 60 designated wine regions in Australia.
18. The largest coral reef in the world – the Great Barrier Reef, is located in the sea areas of Australia. Its length is 2030 kilometers.
19. Australia was one of the founding countries of the United Nations.
20. The Great Barrier Reef is the largest living entity on the planet.
21. The Melbourne city is the most ‘Liveable City’ in the world.
22. In Australia there is the world’s driest lake – Lake Eyre.
23. In 1892, a group of 200 Australians, dissatisfied with the local government, sailed to the shores of Paraguay and founded a colony there – New Australia.
24. The head of the country is British king or queen.
25. Before the appearance of people, Australia was home to many unique giant animals.
26. Australia became the second country in the world where women received the right to vote.
27. The world’s oldest deposit of fossils was found in Australia 3.4 billion years ago.
28. In order to visit all the beaches of Australia, you will need more than 27 years.
29. Australia is a country of immigrants.
30. Until 1902, bathing on the beach during the day was illegal.
31. In Australia there is a posinous octopus called Blue-Ringed Octopus. It causes complete paralysis and death in few minutes.
32. Until 1984, Anthem of Australia was “God Save the King / Queen.”
33. In the Australian Alps, snowfall is more than in Switzerland.
34. Box jellyfish in Australia killed more people than warts, sharks and crocodiles combined.
35. Murray River is the longest river of Australia. It is 2,548 km long.
36. Tasmania has the cleanest air in the world.
37. The average Australian drinks 96 liters of beer per year.
38. The world’s longest straight road is in Australia. It is 146 kilometers without any turns.
39. Wine barrels were the invention of Australians.
40. Every year in Brisbane, the World Cup in the cockroach races is organized.
41. In 1932, the Australian army declared war on the emu population in Western Australia. Surprisingly, they lost.
42. Somehow an Australian tried to sell New Zealand on eBay.
43. Voting for election is obligatory in Australia otherwise they have to pay fine.
44. Wave Rock in Australia is one of the oldest rock in the world.
45. Australia is in the list of top ten countries with highest standard of living.
46. In New South Wales, there is a place where coal burns underground for 5.5 thousand years.
47. Australia is among the richest countries in the world.
48. Captain James Cook landed on the eastern coast of Australia in the 1770s.
49. The largest tram network in the world is in Australia’s Melbourne.
50. Canberra was chosen as capital in 1908 as a compromise option, when both Sidney and Melbourne were eager to become the state capitals.
51. 63% of Australians are overweight.
52. In Western Australia there is a pink water lake called, Lake Hillier.
53. Australia is the only continent on earth with no active volcanoes.
54. In Australia Since 1979 no one has died from poisonous spiders.
55. The largest population of Greeks outside Greece is in Melbourne.

56. The national foods of Australia are roasted lamb, meat pies and barbecued sausage in bread.
57. Australians spend more on gambling than any other country.
58. Melbourne is considered the sports capital of the world because different kinds of sports develop here actively.
59. The national gem of Australia is Opal. It produces 97% of world Supply.
60. Australia has the largest pasture in the world. Its area is approximately equal to the territory of Belgium.
61. Once the country’s Prime Minister Harold Holt went to swim on the beach Cheviot. After that, no one else saw him
62. Australian football was invented specifically so that cricket players could keep themselves fit in the off-season.
63. Durack – the largest electoral district in Australia – is larger than Mongolia.
64. The mandatory seat-belt installation law was first adopted in Victoria in 1970.
65. Gay bar in Melbourne has the right not to let women into its premises.
66. Government postponed the televised debates during the election campaign in Australia because it was coincided with the final of the reality show “Master Chef”.
67. The first European to visit Australia in 1606 was Willem Janszoon.
68. In the following centuries, many Danish researchers came to Australia who created maps and called the continent “New Holland.
69. In the last 50 years, about 50 people have died from a shark bite in Australia.
70. The summer period in Australia lasts from December to February.

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1.1 Explain the teaching role and responsibilities in education and training

In my role as a trainer I am responsible for ensuring all students are participating and engaging along with all aims and objectives of the lessons being fulfilled. I will use numerous different activities to ensure everyone is included in all aspects of the course such as large and small group discussions and ice breakers at the beginning of each course.

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Engaging with every learner early on the course and making them feel comfortable will create a relaxed environment easing any nerves and tension. With this relaxed atmosphere learners will feel at ease to approach myself with any relating questions.

As a trainer I will continually refer back to the Teaching, Learning and Assessment cycle, ensuring my training is tailored to each learners individual’s needs. Carrying out initial and diagnostic assessments, while putting the appropriate support measures in place.

By having all lessons plans and materials prepared in advance will ensure learners are covering all the correct requirements.

At all times as a trainer I should act in a professional manner also establishing ground rules ensuring all learners understand and adhere too. Establishing these boundries will create a suitable and happy learning environment for all learners, without sed rules certain behaviour may be disruptive to the lesson.

Having a good knowledge and complying with the relevant legislations, laws, codes of practice and polices and procedures and implementing them in to each lesson will give learners a great understanding of what they have to adhere with. All learner personal information dealt with in accordance of Data Protection Act (1998).

Creating a learning environment where all learners are treated equally is essential to good learning environment. Collecting anonymous feedback forms and allowing all learners to share there experiences within the relative field will help create an unbiased group.

In my role as a trainer I should be carrying out formative and summative assessments. Formative assessments can be carried out by myself throughout the lessons to ensure all learners are fully understanding and following the session. At the end of each course summative assessments such as exams will be carried out to ensure a full understanding.

1.2 Summarise key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relating to own role and responsibilities

Data Protection Act (1998) – This act allows all data to be processed fair and unlawfully while preventing people or organisations from using inacurrate information.

Organisation are legally bound to keep sensitive data safe ensure it is not misused.

Personal data must be processed with in accordance with the individuals rights.

Personal data should only be obtained for one or more specified and lawful purposes.

This act was updated in 2003 to include electronic data.

Children Act (2004) – This acts primary purpose consists of five outcomes, theses out comes are:

-be healthy
-stay safe
-enjoy and achieve
-make a positive contribution
-achieve economic well-being

These outcomes were brought in to ensure all children are cared for in an appropriate and lawful manner.

Riddor (1995) – Is the Reporting of Injury, Disease and Dangerous Occurrences Regulation. Employers are required by law to report these specified workplace incidents no matter of scale.

In order to be complient with this legislation employers must keep an incident/accident log book.

Sex Discrimination Act (1975) – the act was passed so that no individual is treated different because of their gender, this act is also covered by the Equality Act (2010).

There are four main types of sex discrimination:

1.3 Explain ways to promote equality and value diversity
Promoting equality and diversity is essential for both learners and trainers to reach their optimum potential within the training environment.
All lessons should be tailored to meet the needs of individual learners, the trainer could incorporate more activities into lessons such as games, quizzes and group work to encourage problem solving and group disscusions. Small group work allows learners who are naturally quieter to have their opinion vauled, interacting within groups allows learners to gain valuable knowledge.
Equality throughout lessons can be achieved by various ways;
Firstly clear ground rules should be set to ensure all learners and trainers are treated with respect.
All challenging behaviour and attitudes should be dealt with prompt and appropriately.
Using a vast variety of assessment methods to ensure all learners are of a good understanding.
Encouraging multicultural group work will allow learners to embrace and respect differences throughout the learning.

1.4 Explain why it is important to identify and meet individual learner needs
Meeting the needs of all individual learners is essential to ensure all have equal opportunities become effect learners. Individual needs can be indentified though an application and interviewing processes, discussions and assessments.
Each need depends on the individual, once the individual learners needs are identified measures can be put in place to overcome any barriers.
Learners may need assistance as they are physically, mentally or sensory impaired. Learners may not be forthcoming in group work with the assistance they need as they could be imbaressed with being dyslexic for example.
Adjustments to classroom layout could be enough to meet the needs of a learner who is physically impaired. Simple adjustments such as switching on brighter lights and changing the seating arrangement to allow a visually impaired learner nearer the front of the lesson could be enough to meet their needs.

2.1 Explain ways to maintain a safe and supportive learning environment

Promoting and maintain an essential learning environment is essential for an effective learning environment, trainers can do this by evaluating their learners physical, social and learning needs. This can be achieved through initial assessments, being confidential, approachable and maintaining a high level of health and safety.

Initial Assessments – These allow trainers to identify the specific needs of each learner, once completed each lesson can be tailored to meet the individuals needs and easing tension within the sessions.

Confidentiality –

1. Explain the difference between sell-from-stock and configure-to-order strategies

Sell-from-stock is when a company sells products directly from their finished goods or inventory to their customers. Configure-to-order is when the supplying company has a base product and the customer can customize that product, to some extent, to fit their needs. Configure-to-order is generally in high cost low volume industries like office furniture, construction equipment, etc.
2. Explain the key steps in a basic fulfillment process?

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The fulfillment process normally starts with a customer sending an inquiry to the supplier. The supplier then follows that up by sending a quotation to the customer and if the customer wants to commit to purchase they send back a purchase order. Then the sales department at the supplier creates a sales order and distributes that internally through the company. The warehouse takes the sales order and creates a shipment and sends it out to the customer. The accounting department is notified about the shipment and sends out an invoice. Finally, the customer (hopefully) sends a check and the accounting department processes it and the sale is complete.
3. Draw a conceptual framework for an enterprise systems in fulfillment process.


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