CPCCBC5009 Identify Services Layout and Connection Methods Type C and B Construction

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Assessment Tasks 2 – Practical Assessment

Candidate Instructions

The Practical Assessment is a set of tasks that will be conducted using pans and specifications available from the Parked Brent LMS

This assessment will help you demonstrate skill requirements relevant to managing construction work.

The Assessment includes the following:

  • A set of assessment tasks where the candidate needs to demonstrate practical skills relevant to the unit of competency. The candidate needs to demonstrate these skills while being observed by the assessor.
  • Students should be aware that there could be different answers for Type B and Type C construction.

Overview

This assessment task requires the student to identify the following services requirements, layouts and connections from project drawings and specifications for Type B and C construction projects:

·      Water supply

·      Sewerage and drainage disposal

·      Mechanical ventilation and air distribution

·      Hot water systems

·      Natural and artificial lighting

·      Fire protection

·      Electrical and electronic

This includes:

·      Applying design concepts and principles relating to the performance of service installations

·      Identifying typical faults and problems and taking remedial action

·      Complying with the National Construction Code (NCC) and Australian Standards.

This assessment task will be completed for the following two (2) building and construction projects.

·      Type B construction project

·      Type C construction project

Note: The above specifications for the building are compulsory to meet the requirements of the National Construction Code (NCC).

During the completion of this assessment task, you will be required to coordinate with and gather the input of a range of skilled professionals, including architects and engineers.

To identify services layout and connection methods for Type B and C constructions, you are required to complete the following activities:

Activity 1: Evaluate layout for water storage supply.

Activity 2: Evaluate layout and methods of sewerage and drainage disposal.

Activity 3: Assess the layout of mechanical ventilation.

Activity 4: Evaluate the range of hot water systems.

Activity 5: Evaluate lighting for a range of situations.

Activity 6: Determine compliance with fire protection.

Activity 7: Plan installation of electrical and electronic services.

Instructions for Trainer/Assessor:

  • The trainer/assessor must take on the role of supervisor.
  • The trainer/assessor must arrange for a set of drawings that represent a type B construction and a type C construction

The supervisor or trainer/assessor must ensure that the drawings are for a type B and C construction

The Drawings must be non-domestic Type B or Type C building

Simulated Workplace Environment Requirements

The trainer/assessor or training organisation is required to provide Drawings of Type B and type C construction to complete this assessment.

Further, the training organisation must ensure that the drawings meet the requirements given in the table below.

Workplace Scenario

You are working as a senior project manager in a construction company. Your organisation has received a project to construct a large and complex building.

As a project manager, you must identify the following services requirements, layouts and connections from project drawings and specifications for Type B and C construction projects.

  • Water supply
  • Sewerage and drainage disposal
  • Mechanical ventilation and air distribution
  • Hot water systems
  • Natural and artificial lighting
  • Fire protection
  • Electrical and electronic.

This includes:

  • Evaluating layout for water storage supply.
  • Evaluating layout and methods of sewerage and drainage disposal.
  • Assessing the layout of mechanical ventilation.
  • Evaluating the range of hot water systems.
  • Evaluating lighting for a range of situations.
  • Determine compliance with fire protection.
  • Planning the installation of electrical and electronic services.

Task requirements:

For a large, high-rise or complex building, you are required to:

  • Apply design concepts and principles relating to the performance of service installations
  • Identify typical faults and problems and take remedial action
  • Comply with the National Construction Code (NCC) and Australian Standards.

You will be required to demonstrate your skills and knowledge in the following areas:

  • To comply with relevant building regulations and standards, sketch a layout for a residential water supply and connection from a town supply or tank storage.
  • Document single-stage and two-stage pumping systems used to keep water levels in storage tanks stable.
  • Determine and address the limitations of multi-function and single-function services linked to water storage tanks.
  • Draw a sewer connection and layout in accordance with applicable building codes and standards.
  • To determine stack type, consider the number of fixtures and the type of building.
  • Determine the fixture units.
  • Determine appropriate methods for connecting main drains to local authority sewers in accordance with relevant building codes.
  • Examine sewerage disposal from fixtures located below the level of the local authority sewer.
  • For non-domestic buildings, monitor the collection, treatment, and disposal of prohibited discharges.
  • Identify and sketch mechanical ventilation and air distribution methods.
  • Check that the layout of the mechanical ventilation and air distribution system is appropriate for the building design and complementary to other services.
  • Examine the operating principles of various hot water systems.
  • Choose a suitable hot water system based on accepted and agreed-upon requirements and specifications.
  • Identify the type of roof used and outline methods for adequate daylight transmission.
  • Contrast various service situations with artificial lighting methods.
  • Determine who is in charge of plan review and site inspection for the various building classifications.
  • Determine the sprinkler system and fire hose requirements for the various building classifications.
  • Consider fire detectors and alarm systems, as well as the use of fire doors.
  • Extinguishing agents and their applications must be identified.
  • Determine the location of the electrical supply connection and comply with the appropriate authority.
  • Implement electrical design and service provision.
  • Identify and outline electronic cabling, service type, cabling categories, equipment layout, safeguards, and access for maintenance, repair, and extensions.

Roles and responsibilities (Supervisor):

The Supervisor must:

  • Ensure that the student is clear about the task requirements.
  • Supervise the student performing the task.
  • Assess them against the observation checklist provided after each activity.

Task:

This assessment task requires the student to identify the following services requirements, layouts and connections from project drawings and specifications for Type B and C construction projects:

  • Water supply
  • Sewerage and drainage disposal
  • Mechanical ventilation and air distribution
  • Hot water systems
  • Natural and artificial lighting
  • Fire protection
  • Electrical and

This includes:

  • Applying design concepts and principles relating to the performance of service installations
  • Identifying typical faults and problems and taking remedial action
  • Complying with the National Construction Code (NCC) and Australian Standards.

This assessment task will be completed for the following two (2) building and construction projects.

  • Type B construction project
  • Type C construction project.

Note: The above specifications for the building are compulsory to meet the requirements of the National Construction Code (NCC).

During the completion of this assessment task, you will be required to coordinate with and gather the input of a range of skilled professionals, including architects and engineers.

To identify services layout and connection methods for Type B and C constructions, you are required to complete the following activities:

  • Activity 1: Evaluate layout for water storage supply.
  • Activity 2: Evaluate layout and methods of sewerage and drainage disposal.
  • Activity 3: Assess the layout of mechanical ventilation.
  • Activity 4: Evaluate the range of hot water systems.
  • Activity 5: Evaluate lighting for a range of situations.
  • Activity 6: Determine compliance with fire protection.
  • Activity 7: Plan installation of electrical and electronic services.

Activity 1: Evaluate layout for water storage supply.

This activity requires you to evaluate the layout for the water storage supply for the following two (2) building and construction projects.

  • Type B construction project
  • Type C construction project.

To complete this activity, you are required to:

  • Complete the steps given in the ‘Checklist 1’ provided.
  • Access and interpret NCC codes and relevant Australian Standards referenced in the NCC.
  • Complete Template

While completing each step, you must place a tick mark against each step given in the checklist once completed.

Instructions for the student:

The student must:

  • Sketch layout for residential water supply and connection from a town supply or tank storage to comply with relevant building regulations and standards. Using plan from 4012
  • Document single and two-stage pumping systems used to maintain water levels in storage tanks.
  • Identify and address limitations of multi-function and single function services connected to water storage tanks.
  • Apply design concepts, and principles relating to the performance of service installations
  • Comply with the National Construction Code (NCC) and Australian standards.
  • Students should be aware that there could be different answers for Type B and Type C construction.

Activity 2: Evaluate layout and methods of sewerage and drainage disposal.

This activity requires you to evaluate the layout and methods of sewerage and drainage disposal for the following two (2) building and construction projects.

  • Type B construction project
  • Type C construction project

To complete this activity, you are required to:

  • Complete the steps given in the ‘Checklist 2’ provided
  • Access and interpret NCC codes and relevant Australian Standards referenced in the NCC
  • Complete Template 2

While completing each step, you must place a tick mark against each step given in the checklist once completed.

Instructions for the student:The student must:

  • Sketch sewerage connection and layout in accordance with relevant building regulations and standards.
  • Assess the number of fixtures and building types to determine stack type.
  • Identify fixture units.
  • Determine appropriate connection methods of main drains to local authority sewers against relevant building standards.
  • Assess disposal of sewerage from fixtures situated below the level of the local authority sewer.
  • Monitor collection, treatment and disposal of prohibited discharges for non-domestic buildings.
  • Apply design concepts, and principles relating to the performance of service installations
  • Comply with the National Construction Code (NCC) and Australian standards.
  • Students should be aware that there could be different answers for Type B and Type C construction.

Activity 3: Assess the layout of mechanical ventilation.

This activity requires you to assess the layout of mechanical ventilation for the following two (2) building and construction projects.

  • Type B construction project
  • Type C construction project.

To complete this activity, you are required to:

  • Complete the steps given in the ‘Checklist 3’ provided.
  • Access and interpret NCC codes and relevant Australian Standards referenced in the NCC.
  • Complete Template

While completing each step, you must place a tick mark against each step given in the checklist once completed.

Instructions for the student:The student must:

  • Identify and sketch methods of mechanical ventilation and air distribution.
  • Check mechanical ventilation and air distribution system design layout for faults and appropriateness to the building design and complementary to other services.
  • Monitor collection, treatment and disposal of prohibited discharges for non-domestic buildings.
  • Apply design concepts, and principles relating to the performance of service installations
  • Comply with the National Construction Code (NCC) and Australian standards.
  • Students should be aware that there could be different answers for Type B and Type C construction.

Activity 4: Evaluate the range of hot water systems.

This activity requires you to evaluate the range of hot water systems for the following two (2) building and construction projects.

  • Type B construction project
  • Type C construction project.

To complete this activity, you are required to:

  • Complete the steps given in the ‘Checklist 4’ provided.
  • Access and interpret NCC codes and relevant Australian Standards referenced in the NCC.
  • Complete Template 4.

While completing each step, you must place a tick mark against each step given in the checklist once completed.

Instructions for the student:The student must:

  • Evaluate operating principles of various types of hot water systems.
  • Select a suitable hot water system according to accepted and agreed-upon requirements and specifications.
  • Apply design concepts, and principles relating to the performance of service installations
  • Comply with the National Construction Code (NCC) and Australian standards.
  • Students should be aware that there could be different answers for Type B and Type C construction

Activity 5: Evaluate lighting for a range of situations.

This activity requires you to evaluate lighting for a range of situations for the following two (2) building and construction projects.

  • Type B construction project
  • Type C construction project.

To complete this activity, you are required to:

  • Complete the steps given in the ‘Checklist 5’ provided.
  • Access and interpret NCC codes and relevant Australian Standards referenced in the NCC.
  • Complete Template

While completing each step, you must place a tick mark against each step given in the checklist once completed.

Instructions for the student:The student must:

  • Identify roof construction used and outline methods for appropriate daylight transmission.
  • Compare various service situations with methods of artificial lighting used.
  • Monitor collection, treatment and disposal of prohibited discharges for non-domestic buildings.
  • Apply design concepts, and principles relating to the performance of service installations
  • Comply with the National Construction Code (NCC) and Australian standards.
  • Students should be aware that there could be different answers for Type B and Type C construction.

Activity 6: Determine compliance with fire protection.

This activity requires you to determine compliance with fire protection for the following two (2) building and construction projects.

  • Type B construction project.
  • Type C construction project.

To complete this activity, you are required to:

  • Complete the steps given in the ‘Checklist 6’ provided.
  • Access and interpret NCC codes and relevant Australian Standards referenced in the NCC.
  • Complete Template 6.

While completing each step, you must place a tick mark against each step given in the checklist once completed.

Instructions for the student:The student must:

  • Identify authorities involved in plan perusal and site inspection for the various building classifications.
  • Identify requirements for sprinkler systems and fire hoses for the various building classifications.
  • Address fire detector and alarm systems and the application of fire doors.
  • Identify extinguishing agents and their applications.
  • Identify typical faults and problems and take remedial action.
  • Apply design concepts and principles relating to the performance of service installations.
  • Comply with the National Construction Code (NCC) and Australian standards.
  • Students should be aware that there could be different answers for Type B and Type C construction.

Activity 7: Determine compliance with fire protection.

This activity requires you to determine compliance with fire protection for the following two (2) building and construction projects.

To complete this activity, you are required to:

  • Complete the steps given in the ‘Checklist 7’ provided.
  • Access and interpret NCC codes and relevant Australian Standards referenced in the NCC.
  • Complete Template 7.

While completing each step, you must place a tick mark against each step given in the checklist once completed.

Instructions for the student:The student must:

  • Identify electrical supply connections to the site and comply with the appropriate authority.
  • Implement electrical design and provision for services.
  • Identify and outline electronic cabling, type of service, categories of cabling, the layout of equipment, safeguards, access for maintenance, repair and extensions.
  • Apply design concepts, and principles relating to the performance of service installations
  • Comply with the National Construction Code (NCC) and Australian standards.
  • Students should be aware that there could be different answers for Type B and Type C construction.

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