Patterns, Tools, Regulatory and Ethical Considerations
To provide learners with working knowledge of the regulatory and personal ethical framework; and the ability to work capably when interacting with tools, drawings, and sheet metal.
- Teaching and Learning Strategy
- Directed hours are comprised of learning with a provider. These learning hours may include in-class activities; workshop activities and practice; coaching and progress conversations; formative assessment; night-class tutorials; group discussions and activities.
Self-Directed hours are comprised of Study Guide reading and activities; research using texts and the Internet; video; discussion groups, and online chat groups such as closed Facebook study groups; creating study notes, recording work experience.
- Learning Outcomes
- LO 2.1 Describe the regulatory and personal ethical framework that impacts work in the plumbing, gasfitting, and drainlaying sector.
LO2.2 Demonstrate skills in selecting and using tools in plumbing and drainlaying projects.
LO 2.3 Create simple drawings and record variations for plumbing and drainlaying.
- Assessment Criteria
- Assessment in this module is competency-based. In order to pass this module students must attempt and meet all the requirements of the competency-based assessments including carrying out all tasks in a safe manner and to industry standard
- Learning and Teaching Resource
- Study Guide Textbooks
Software application (using gamification)
Skills quality assured competency-based assessment resources.
Building Act 2004;
Consumer Guarantees Act 1993;
Fair Trading Act 1986;
Privacy Act 1993;
and all subsequent amendments and replacements.
Health and Safety at Work Act 2015;
Health and Safety at Work (General Risk and Workplace Management) Regulations 2016;
Resource Management Act 1991.