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CARP3124 – Wall and Roof Structures for Building

Module code
Module title
Wall and Roof Structures for Building
To enable students to construct wall and roof structures.
NZQA Level
Level 3
NZQA Credits
Delivery method
  • Web-Enhanced
Learning hours
Total learning hours
Resources required
Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this course the aakonga will be able to:
1. Fabricate and erect timber framed structures in line with plans and specifications.
2. Discuss the best practices and processes for masonry structures in residential building work.
3. Interpret manufacturer’s / engineer’s specifications for the installation of prefabricated beams.
4. Describe the recommended best practices to construct insitu and precast concrete.
Timber framing, prenail, loose
Steel framing, prefabricated, loose
Structural steel beams
Masonry block walls
Laminated beams
Timber / metal prefabricated truss roofs, hip and gable
Pitched and Skillion roofs, hip, and gable
Flat roofs and Boxed gutters.
Soffit, verge and valley framing
Ceiling battens, metal, timber
Bracing / Roof penetrations / sarking
Insitu concrete walls, columns, beams
Precast panels, columns, beams
Portal frames
Assessment Criteria
Two assessments with competency pass criteria.

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