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Engineering

Engineering

Practice Aptitude Quiz


Itiscriticalforyoungpeopletobuildtheircareermanagementskillssotheycanmakeinformedchoices regardingtheirstudyandtrainingoptionsandnavigateapathwaytowardstheiroccupationandcareerof choice. Thiscareerdevelopmentresourcecombineslabourmarketinformationwithapracticalindustryspecific activitytohelpdevelopawarenessabouttheskillsneededtopursueacareerpathwayintheEngineering Industry.

PART 1:
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Keysectors:

About the Engineering Industry

TheEngineeringIndustryinanutshell

MechanicalMaintenance MechanicalFitting Machining ManufacturingMachineOperations Locksmithing

StructuralSteelFabrication IronandSteelCastingandForging NonferrousMetalsorAlloyCastingor Forging MetalProductsFabricationBoilers,water heaters,doorhandlesetc.

TheEngineeringindustrycoversboththeMechanicalEngineeringandMetalFabricationtrades. MechanicalEngineeringcoversthemanufacture,installation,testing,operationandmaintenanceof machines,mechanicalandmechatronicssystems,automatedsystemsandroboticdevices,heattransfer processes,thermodynamicandcombustionsystems,fluidandthermalenergysystems,materialsand materialshandlingsystems,manufacturingequipmentandprocessplant. TheMetalFabricationsectortransformsmetalsintointermediateorendproductsbyforging,stamping, bending,forming,machiningandwelding.Includedinthissectoraremanufacturerswhoforgeironandsteel, thosewhofabricatethestructuralsteelcomponentsofbuildingsandotherstructures,metalcontainer manufacturerswhoproduceboilers,tanksfromheavygaugemetalsandsheetmetalproductmanufacturers.

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Keyoccupationinformation(SourcesJobOutlook
www.joboutlook.gov.auandAustralianJobs2011www.deewr.gov.au/ Employment/ResearchStatistics/Documents/AustralianJobs.pdf)

Weeklyaverageearningsformajoroccupations:
MaintenanceFitter$1,200 FitterandMachinist$1,230 MechanicalFitter$1,200 ComputerNumericalControlSetter$1,300 Machinist$1,200 FitterandMachinist$1,200 MetalMachinist(FirstClass)$1,150 Locksmith$1,050 HeavyMetalFabricator$1,100 SheetmetalTradesWorker$1,100 Welder(FirstClass)$970 LightMetalFabricator$1,100 Patternmaker$1,100 FoundryTradesperson$800

Jobsanddemandinformation
MaintenanceFittersarespecialistMechanicalEngineeringTradespersons.Theyareusuallyresponsiblefor themaintenance,overhaulandrepairofmachineryandequipment.TheymayalsobeknownasBench Fitters,DieselFitterMechanics,FitterMachinists,FitterWelders,FluidPowerFittersorPlantFitters. JobprospectsAveragetoaboveaverage Weeklyearnings$1,200 Occupationsize109,000 Potentialentrylevelqualifications: CertificateIIinEngineering CertificateIIIinEngineeringMechanicalTrade CertificateIVinEngineering MechanicalFittersusetools,machines,equipmentandengineeringtechniquestomaintainandrepair mechanicalplantandequipmenttooperationalstandards.Workincludestheidentificationofdefector wornmechanicalcomponentsorequipment,repair/replacementofworn/faultycomponentsorequipment, andmodifications.Partsmayberepairedormanufacturedusinggeneralapplicationofworkshopmachines includinglathes,millinganddrillingmachines.Thermalheatingandcuttingandweldingequipmentarealso utilised. JobprospectsAveragetoaboveaverage Weeklyearnings$1,100 Occupationsize4,400 Potentialentrylevelqualifications: CertificateIIinEngineering CertificateIIIinEngineeringMechanicalTrade CertificateIVinEngineering

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FitterandMachinistsareMechanicalEngineeringTradespersonswhohave combinedspecialisationinmechanicalfittingandmetalmachining.Afitterfitsand assemblespartsandsubassembliesmadefrommetalandothermaterialstomake productionmachineryandotherequipment.Ametalmachinistsetsupand operatestoolstocut,shapeandformmetalstockandcastingstoexactsizes,usingdetaileddrawings, CADsystemsandspecifications.Theymachinemetalcomponentsfromsingletocomplexforms. JobprospectsAveragetoaboveaverage Weeklyearnings$1,200 Occupationsize109,000

Potentialentrylevelqualifications: CertificateIIinEngineering CertificateIIIinEngineeringMechanicalTrade CertificateIVinEngineering Locksmithsusetools,equipmentandengineeringtechniquestomaintainandrepairelectroniclocking andsecuritysystemstooperationalstandards.Workinvolvestheidentificationofdefectorwornlock systemcomponents,repair/replacement/modificationand/orinstallationoflockingsystems,gaining entryandperformingsecuritysurveys.Theycanspecialiseinlockmanipulation,safework,key manufactureandidentification,doorclosureworkormasterkeysystems. JobprospectsAboveaverage Weeklyearnings$1,050 Occupationsize5,800

Potentialentrylevelqualifications: CertificateIIinEngineering CertificateIIIinLocksmithing CertificateIVinEngineering HeavyMetalFabricators(IncludesBoilermakers)fitandassemblefabricatedmetalpartsintoproducts, setupmachiningtools,productionmachinesandtextilemachines,andoperatemachiningtoolsand machinestoshapemetalstockandcastings. JobprospectsAboveaverage Weeklyearnings$1,100 Occupationsize113,800 Potentialentrylevelqualifications: CertificateIIinEngineering CertificateIIIinEngineeringFabricationTrade CertificateIVinEngineering

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SheetmetalWorkersorLightMetalFabricatorsmanufactureavarietyofproducts andcomponentsusingthinsheetmetalmaterials.Theyworkwithgalvanisedsteel, mildsteel,stainlesssteel,aluminium,copperandbrass.Sheetmetalworkersshape andformthecutmaterialintoproductsbyoperatingsheetmetalshapingand formingmachinessuchasbrakepresses,andfolding,bendingandrollingmachines. JobprospectsAveragetoaboveaverage Weeklyearnings$1,100 Occupationsize11,000

Potentialentrylevelqualifications: CertificateIIinEngineering CertificateIIIinEngineeringFabricationTrade

CertificateIVinEngineering FoundryTradespersons(Moulders)producesandmouldsbyhandorusemouldingmachines,pourand trimcastingsandoperateandmonitormeltingfurnaces.Castingsmaybeferrousornonferrousmetal andbestraightforwardorinvolvecomplexshapes. JobprospectsAveragetoaboveaverage Weeklyearnings$800 Occupationsize2,600 Potentialentrylevelqualifications: CertificateIIinEngineering CertificateIIIinEngineeringFabricationTrade

CertificateIVinEngineering Welders(FirstClass)cut,shape,joinandfinishmetaltomake,repairormaintainavarietyofmetal structuresandproducts.Weldersworkintheheavymachineryandequipmentsector,andsometimesthe lightmetalssector. JobprospectsAboveaverage Weeklyearnings$970 Occupationsize82,000

Potentialentrylevelqualifications: CertificateIIinEngineering CertificateIIIinEngineeringFabricationTrade CertificateIVinEngineering

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Aboutthequalifications
Qualificationsprovidethecoreskills,knowledgeandexperience(competencies) requiredforeffectiveperformanceonthejobplustheoptionofchoosingarangeofelective competenciesthatmeettheneedsoftheemployerandtheindividual. EveryqualificationincludesanemphasisonEmployabilitySkillsortheskillsthatemployersidentifyas playingasignificantpartincontributingtoanindividualseffectiveandsuccessfulparticipationinthe workplace. Employabilityskillsarenontechnicalskills.Theyarealsosometimesreferredtoasgenericskills, capabilities,enablingskillsorkeycompetencies.TheEmployabilitySkillsare: Communicationskillsthatcontributetoproductivelisteningandunderstanding,speakingclearly anddirectlyandharmoniousrelationsacrossemployeesandcustomers; Teamworkskillsthatcontributetoproductiveworkingrelationshipsandoutcomes; Problemsolvingskillsthatcontributetoproductiveoutcomes; Initiativeandenterpriseskillsthatcontributetoinnovativeoutcomes; Planningandorganisingskillsthatcontributetolongandshorttermstrategicplanning; Selfmanagementskillsthatcontributetoemployeesatisfactionandgrowth; Learningskillsthatcontributetoongoingimprovementandexpansioninemployeeandcompany operationsandoutcomes; Technologyskillsthatcontributetotheeffectiveperformanceoftasks.

3.

CareerPathways
AustralianApprenticeshipsPathwaysviewpotentialcareerpathwaysforthisindustry www.aapathways.com.au/search_job_02.cfm?c=33

Otherusefulcareerssitesare: MAKEIT!Manufacturingcareerswebsitewww.makeit.net.au/index.html MyFuturewww.myfuture.edu.au

JobGuidewww.jobguide.thegoodguides.com.au CareerFactsheetswww.ncdw.com.au/index.php/CareerFactsheets.html

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4.JobHunting
Jobvacancywebsite: AustralianJobsearchwww.jobsearch.gov.au/findajob/advancedsearch.aspxTheAustralian Governmentsjobsite.Inputyourpostcode,selecttheOccupationCategoryMetalandEngineering Trades,thenselectMechanicalEngineeringTradesscrolldowntotheAdditionalSearch CriteriasectionandclickonApprenticeships/Traineeships,thenclickontheFindJobsbutton. Jobhuntinghintsandlabourmarketinformation: AustralianApprenticeshipsPathwayswww.aapathways.com.auClickonSearchtofindpotential AustralianApprenticeshipsoccupationideas.YoucanalsofindJobHuntinghintsintheSelfHelp menuitem. MyFuture:LabourMarketInformationwww.myfuture.edu.au/services/default.asp? FunctionID=5400Clickonthemaporusethedropdownmenutofindgenerallabourmarket informationforyourregionincludingtopoccupationsandincomes.Dataisbasedonthemost recentlyavailablecensus.

5. UsefulContacts
Herearesomelinkstoarangeofsupportservices,organisationsandgovernmentagenciesthatmay helpwithcareersresearchandjobhunting: Supportservices:

SearchforyourlocalAustralianApprenticeshipsCentrewww.aapathways.com.au/search_aac.cfm GroupTrainingOrganisationsemployAustralianApprenticesandplacethemwithbusinesses www.grouptraining.com.au JobServicesAustraliaprovidersworkwitheligiblejobseekerstodevelopanindividuallytailored EmploymentPathwayPlan.Theplanmapsoutthetraining,workexperienceandadditional assistanceneededtofindjobseekerssustainableemploymentwww.jobsearch.gov.au/provider/ ProviderLocation.aspx?ProviderType=JNS&

IndustryOrganisations:

ManufacturingSkillsAustraliawww.mskills.com.au AustralianIndustryGroup(AiG)www.aigroup.com.au AustralianManufacturingWorkers'Unionwww.amwu.org.au GovernmentAgencies:

DepartmentofInnovation,Industry,ScienceandResearchwww.innovation.gov.au AusIndustrywww.ausindustry.gov.au/Pages/AusIndustry.aspx CommonwealthScientificandIndustrialResearchOrganisation(CSIRO)www.csiro.au

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PART 2:

About this Resource

Guidance
ThisPracticeAptitudeQuizisintendedtobeageneralillustrationofsomeofthekeylearningstandards requiredofpeopleattemptinganAustralianApprenticeshipsentrylevelqualificationintheEngineering industry. ThisPracticeAptitudeQuizisneitheraformaltoolnoradirectprerequisiteforanyjobapplication. ThisQuizhasbeendevelopedwiththeassistanceofIndustryandRegisteredTrainingOrganisations,based ontheneedsandrequirementsoftheIndustrysector. ThisPracticeAptitudeQuizhastwocomponents:MathematicsandLiteracy.YouwillfindthatthisQuiz differsfromsimilartestsadministratedbyIndustryastheirtestsmayhaveotherelementsincluded,that thisonedoesnot,suchas:MechanicalReasoning;EngineeringKnowledgeandreasoningand;General Knowledge. Themathematicsskillsrequiredtocompletethequestionscontainedwithinthisdocumentareequivalent tomathematicsattheYear10level. TheQuizcanbeusedbydifferentorganisationsandpeoplesuchascareerspractitionerswithyoung people,GroupTrainingOrganisationsandJobServicesAustraliaproviderswithjobseekers. ThePracticeAptitudeQuizcanbe:

usedbycareerspractitionerswithindividualsorinaclasssettingtoprovidegeneralguidance onthelevelofstudyinvolvedinundertakinganentrylevelqualificationinthisindustry; providedtopeopletoenablethemtopracticetheirskillsbeforesittinganactualaptitude test; usedbyteachersasaguidetoindustrymathrequirementsattheentrypointofthis particularAustralianApprenticeshipcareerpath.

Theassessmentshouldbeabletobecompletedinapproximately1hourand20minutes Calculatorsmaybeusedtocompletethispracticeassessment,butthemajorityofthequizshouldbe attemptedwithoutcalculators. Pleasenotethatratesquotedinthisforvariousitems,includingpayrates,arenotmeanttoreflect todaysvalues,butareusedpurelyformathematicalpurposes. Answersarelocatedattheendofthequiz.

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AftertheQuiz
Therearearangeofsupportservicesavailabletohelpyoufindoutaboutcourses thatmayhelpyouimproveyourliteracyandnumeracyskillsandalsoyour readinessforwork. Ifyouarestillatschoolyoushoulddiscussanyconcernsyoumayhavewithyourcareerpractitioner. FurtherinformationmayalsobeprovidedbyaJobServicesAustraliaprovider,anAustralian ApprenticeshipsCentre,aGroupTrainingOrganisationoratrainingprovider.

UsefulContacts
Herearesomelinkstojobseekersupportservices: SearchforyourlocalAustralianApprenticeshipsCentrewww.aapathways.com.au/search_aac.cfm FindalocalGroupTrainingOrganisationwww.grouptraining.com.au/Find/find_gto.html JobServicesAustraliaprovidersworkwitheligiblejobseekerstodevelopanindividuallytailored EmploymentPathwayPlan.Theplanmapsoutthetraining,workexperienceandadditional assistanceneededtofindjobseekerssustainableemploymentwww.jobsearch.gov.au/provider/ ProviderLocation.aspx?ProviderType=JNS&

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Part 3:

The Quiz

Section1Literacy,ReadingandComprehension
Spelling
1. 2.

Writethefollowingwordsorgroupofwordsintoalphabeticalorder. Toolmaker Engineering Computeraidedmanufacture Boilermaker Weighing Computernumericalcontrolled Computeraideddesign Welders Engineeringpatternmakers Designmoulds

Thefollowingtexthas10spellingerrors.Correctthoseerrorsandlistthemintheorderyoufind them. Toolmackersmakeprecisionequipementandtoolsusedtomanufacturemechinary.Theyuseprecision measuringequipmentandmayuseCNCmachinesandcomputeraydedmanufacturing(CAM)systems toacheiveveryprecisefinishesandsises.Anycompanymanufacteringpresedmetalorplasticitems reqirestheserviceofatoolmacker.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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3.

Thefollowingtexthas12spellingerrors.Correctthoseerrorsandlistthem intheorderyoufindthem. ComputerAiddedDesign(CAD)sistemsareusedbyMechanicelDrafttersto simulatethepreformanceofaproduct.Theycantestweatherabrigewillcarrypredictedlodessafely, orevenwethertomatoesaucewillporecorrectlyfromanewleedesignedcontainer.

1. 4. 2. 3. 4. 5. 11. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12.

Comprehension
Readthefollowingpassageandanswerthequestionsthatfollow. EngineeringHealthandSafety Intheengineeringtradesyouareconstantlyusingyourmindandbodytomaintainandrepairproducts. Thismeansyouneedtolookafteryourselfcarefullytohavealongandsafecareer. Themainobjectiveofsafetyisreceivingcorrectinformationtraininginstructionandsupervision throughoutyourapprenticeship.Attimesyoumayfeelunderpressuretotakeontasksyouhavent beenadequatelytrainedforortorushandcutcornersforajobyouneedtogetdonequickly.Anyof thesethingscouldleadtoaninjuryoranaccident. Letslookatthemainhazardsofengineeringandthewaywecancontrolandprotectourselvesandour workmates. Burnsarecommoninengineeringandareoftencausedbypoorpreparationornotusingthecorrect safeworkproceduresorPersonalProtectiveEquipment(PPE).Differenttypesofprocessescancause differenttypesofburns.Weldingcancauseradiationburnsorhotpiecesofmaterialcanflytowards you.Whilemachiningmetalsandhotmaterialscouldalsoburnyou.Weldingcanproducesparksthat caneasilystartafiresoyouneedtoensurethatnorags,looseclothingorcombustiblematerialsarein yourworkarea.Everyengineeringprocessthatcancauseburnswillhaveasafeworkprocedureand PPEdesignedtokeepyouandthosearoundyousafe. Lacerationsarecutstothebody,butmostlacerationinjuriesoccurtothehands.Sharptoolslikeknives andcuttingtoolsareanobviouscauseoflacerations.Handlingsheetmetalisanotherhazard.Using lathes,millingmachinesanddrillscanproduceflyingdebriscalledswarfwhichisextremelysharp. Nevertryandremoveswarfbyhand.Therearetoolsavailabletosafelyremoveswarf.Lacerationscan leadtoseriousinjurysodontrushortakeshortcuts.

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Injuriesfrommanualtaskscanoccurasaresultofrepetitiveactions,pooror awkwardpostures,exertinghighforcetopush,pullorliftheavythingsand vibration.Thesehazardousactivitiescanleadtoseriousmuscularorskeletal injuriesthatcaneitherappearsuddenlyoroveralongperiodoftime.Inany situationitisveryimportanttousecorrectliftingtechniquestopickthingsupormovethem.Ifyou thinktheyaregoingtobeheavyorawkwarduseamechanicalaidorliftingdeviceorgethelp. Whenyoumoveanobjectmakesureyouhaveaclearpathwaywithnoobstructionssoyoucansee whereyouaregoingwithouttrippingoveranything.Ifyouspillanythingorseeanythingspiltonthe floorcleanitupstraightaway.Youorsomeoneelsecouldslipandfall. Itssurprisinghowmuchwetakeoureyesandearsforgrantedbutinworkshopsandonsitethere areamultitudeofhazardstobothoursightandourhearing.Grinding,cuttingandwelding,using lathes,millingmachinesanddrillsareallprocessesthatproduceflyingdebris.Withoutcorrect protectionparticlescouldgetinyoureyesorface.Therearedifferenttypesofeyeprotectionfor differentjobs.Sometimesyoullneedafullfaceshieldinsteadofgogglesdependingonweatheryou arecuttinggrindingordrillingforinstance. Manytradespeopleintheirlateryearsmayexperiencesomedegreeofhearingloss.Thiscanoften beduetonotusingthecorrecthearingprotectionduringtheircareer.Engineeringworkcreatesa rangeofnoisesthatcandamageyourhearing.Bothlongtermexposureandsuddenloudburstsof noisecanleadtohearinglossanddamagetohearingisgenerallyirreversible. Dontthinkitwonthappentoyou,besafeatwork! Answerthefollowingquestions: a. Whatisthemainobjectiveofsafety?

b.

Whatarethemainhazardsofengineering?

c.

Therearedifferenttypesofburns.Whatarethey?

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d.

Name2typesofPPEmentionedinthetext.

e.

Whathazardousactivitiescanleadtomuscularorskeletaldamage?

Section2Mathematics

Numbers(Conversions,Estimation,Time)
1. 2. 3.

Convertthefollowing: a. b. c. d. e. $2.41tocents

182daystoweeks

3hoursand12secondstoseconds 8kilometrestometres 3.5kilogramstograms

Howmanyhoursandminutesfrom7:45amto3:15pm?

Selectthebestestimateforthefollowing:(Circlethecorrectresponse) a b. 4,249x71 i. ii. iii. 280,000 150,000 28,000

80,00038 i. ii. iii. iv. 200 2,000 20,000 4,000

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4. 5. 6. 7 8. 9. 10.

Round: a. b. 35.6754totwodecimalplaces 425.8tothenearesttens

Findthedecimalnumberhalfwaybetween: a. b. 0.6and0.8 2.8and2.9

Circlethecorrectanswerto: 18.6420.02 a. b. c. d. 9.321 93.21 9321 932.1

Munro,aqualifiedtradespersonearns$1,100aweek.Hegetsapayriseof5%.Whatishisnew wage?

1000bracketsaremanufactured.60%needtobedeliveredin24hours.Howmanybracketsare required?

Inanorderof2000hexagonalnuts,40weredefective.Whatpercentagewere: a. b. defective good

Thepriceofamicrometreisnormally$84.Duringasale,therewasa25%reduction.Calculatethe saleprice?

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Ratio
11. 12. 13. 14. Whatistheratioofthenumberofcirclestosquares?

Ratio:

Acuttingwheelcutsthrough0.5cmofsteelin1minute.Howlongwillittaketomakeacut3.5cm deep? mins

Anairconditioningunitcirculates320cubicmetresofairperminute.Howmanycubicmetresof airiscirculatedinahour?

Twogearshave12and15teethrespectively.Whatistheratioofthenumberofteethonthefirst geartothenumberofteethonthesecondgearinlowestterms?

Area
15. Theareaofatinplateis15cm.Itswidthis3cm.Findthelengthoftheplate? ? 3cm Length= 16. Apieceofwireis24mmlongandisbentintheshapeofarectanglesothatthelengthistwiceits width.Findtheareaoftherectangle?

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17. 18. 19.


Asquareisinscribedinacircleofradius5m. Calculate: a. b. c. d. theareaofthecircle(Correcttotwodecimalplaces) Hint: UsetheformulaA=r,where=3.14. thediameterofthecircle thevalueofx.(Correcttotwodecimalplaces) Hint: youllneedtousePythagorassTheorem:a2+b2=c2 theareaofthesquare.(Correcttotwodecimalplaces)

Xm

a. b. c. d.

Findthevalueofx: a. 63 x b. x 142 c.

50

100

x=

x=

x=

Fromthesheetmetalshown,calculatetheunmarkedlengthsAandB.

a. b.

A= B=

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20. 21. 22. 23.

Calculatetheareaoftheshapesshown?Forb.use=3.14 Allcalculationsareinmm.(Hintroundup) a.

b.

Area=

Area=

ProblemSolving
Irenkatheengineerispaid$27.00perhourplustimeandahalfforanyhoursover35hours.If sheworked42hours,whatwasherpayfor: a. b. c. thefirst35hourswork? theovertimeworkonly? totalpay?

Anengineercuttwopiecesofmetalrodeach10cmlongfromarod50cmlong.Howmuchof theoriginalrodwasleft? Theweightofthreeboltsare52g,49g,and61g.Whatistheaverageweightofthebolts?

24. 25.

A4metrelengthofsteeliscutinto5equalsections.Howlongiseachpiece(ignoringthesaw cuts)?

Amachinistdrillsahole65mmintoablockofsteel10cmthick.Howmuchfurtherislefttodrill?

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26.

Thefollowinglengthswerecutfromapieceofangleiron:8cm,27cm, 41cm,37cm,and16cm.Whatwasthetotallengthcut?(ignorethesaw cuts)

27. 28. 29. 30.

Awelderrequires8weldingrodstoweldabracketintoplace.Howmanyweldingrodsare requiredtoweld12brackets? Ninesimilarpiecesofsheetmetalhaveatotalthicknessof0.27cm.Whatisthe: a. b. thicknessof1piece? thicknessof4pieces?

Anassemblyworkertakes30secondstobuildacomponent.Howmanycomponentscanbe assembledin1hour?

Ifonelitreofpaintcovers12squaremetres,howmanylitresofpaintisneededtopaintalounge roomwhichhasanareaof36squaremetres?

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31.

Lookingatthegraphcompletethetablebelow.

POWERkW 60

RPM 1400 2300

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32.

DrawingReadingExercise Fromtheorthographicdrawingsshownbelow,fillinthemissing dimensions. Pleasenotethatthedrawingisnottoscale.

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ANSWERS
Section1Literacy,Reading&Comprehension
1. 2. 3. 4. Boilermaker,Computeraideddesign,Computeraidedmanufacture,Computernumericalcontrolled,Design moulds,Engineering,Engineeringpatternmakers,Toolmaker,Weighing,Welders Toolmakers,equipment,machinery,aided,achieve,sizes,manufacturing,pressed,requires,toolmaker Aided,systems,Mechanical,Drafters,performance,whether,bridge,loads,whether,tomato,pour,newly a. b. c. d. e. Themainobjectiveofsafetyisreceivingcorrectinformationtraininginstructionandsupervision throughoutyourapprenticeship Burns,lacerations,injuriesfrommanualtasks,sightandhearinghazards radiationburns,burnsfromsparks faceshield,goggles repetitiveactions,poororawkwardpostures,exertinghighforcetopush,pullorliftheavythings, vibration

Section2Mathematics
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. a. 241cents b. 26weeks c. 10,812seconds d. 8,000m e. 3,500g

7hours&30minutes a. a. a. d. 280000 35.68 0.7 932.1 b. b. b. 2000 430 2.85

$1,155 600 a. $63 3:2 7minutes 19,200m 4:5 5cm 32mm a. b. 10m c. 50m=7.07 d. 49.98m 2% b. 98%

78.5m

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18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

a. a. a. a.

63

b. b. b. b.

38 17m

c.

30

10m 198mm $945

357mm $283.50 c. $1,228.50

29cm 54g 0.8m 35mm

129cm 96weldingrods a. 0.03cm 120components 3litres POWERkW 50 60 85 a. f. k. 45 40 20

b.

0.12cm

RPM 1400 1600 2300 b. g. l. 35 30 20 c. h. m. 30 15 50 d. i. 9 10 e. j. 5.5 10

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Contributions
ThisPracticeAptitudeQuizwouldnothavebeenpossiblewithoutthesupportof theStateGovernmentofSouthAustralia,GroupTrainingAustralia(SA)Incanditsmembers. ThisPracticeAptitudeQuizwasdevelopedby:

GroupTrainingSouthAustraliawww.gtasa.com.au GroupTrainingAustralia(SA)(GTASA)isanetworkofindependentnotforprofitorganisationslocatedin metropolitanAdelaideandallmajorpopulationcentresthroughoutthestate.Theseorganisations operateoneitheranindustryorregionalbasisandcollectivelytheyprovideemploymentforinexcessof 4,000apprenticesandtrainees. GTASAmembersare: AFLSportsReadywww.aflsportsready.com.au ATECGroupTrainingwww.atec.asn.au AustralianIndustryGroupTrainingServiceswww.aigts.com.au CareerEmploymentGroupwww.ceg.net.au GroupTrainingEmploymentwww.gte.org.au HospitalityGroupTrainingwww.hospitalitysa.com.au MaximaGroupTrainingwww.maxima.com.au MotorTradeAssociationGroupTrainingSchemewww.mtagts.asn.au MurraylandsTraining&EmploymentAssociationofSAIncwww.mteasa.com.au PEERVEETwww.peer.com.au PlumbingIndustryAssociationGroupTrainingwww.piasa.com.au SMGTTotalEmploymentSolutionswww.smgt.com.au StatewideGroupTrainingTorrensvillewww.statewideapprenticeships.com.au TraineeandApprenticeTrainingServiceInc(TAPS)www.tapssa.com.au Withspecificthanksto: MurraylandsTraining&EmploymentAssociationofSAIncwww.mteasa.com.au "MurraylandsTraining&EmploymenthaveplacedmanyApprenticesandTraineesintheEngineering sectorandoneofourBoardMembersshareshisknowledgewillinglyasheownsthelargestEngineering firmintheregion.WeareabletoplaceApprentices&TraineeswithHostswhoareusingcuttingedge techniquesandareleadersintheirfieldsofexpertise." StatewideGroupTrainingTorrensvillewww.statewideapprenticeships.com.au StatewideGroupTrainingisacommunitybasedorganisationcoveringallareasofSAforthepast20 years.Ourstafflivelocally&havemanyyearsexperienceintherecruitment,placement&mentoringof apprenticesandtrainees.

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ATECGroupTrainingwww.atec.asn.au ATECGroupTrainingspecialisesintherecruitment,employmentandplacementofapprenticesinthe engineering,manufacturingandassociatedindustries.Wesimplifytheapprenticeshipsystemforboth employersandapprentices,andofferanumberofbenefitsovertraditionalemploymentarrangements.

AiGTS(AustralianIndustryGroupTrainingServices)www.aigts.com.au AiGTS(AustralianIndustryGroupTrainingServices)isaRegisteredTrainingOrganisation(RTO).Wehavea 50yearhistoryinprovidingqualitytrainingsolutionstoourclientsacrossmanyindustrysectors throughoutAustralia. AustralianApprenticeshipsPathwaysWebsitewww.aapathways.com.au ThiswebsiteprovidessampleAustralianApprenticeshipsjobdescriptionsandlinkstomoreAustralian Apprenticeshipsinformationandresources.ThesiteisfundedbytheDepartmentofEducation, EmploymentandWorkplaceRelations. ConstructionandPropertyServicesIndustrySkillsCouncilwww.cpsisc.com.au ConstructionandPropertyServicesIndustrySkillsCouncil(CPSISC)TheCPSISCrepresentstheworkforce traininganddevelopmentneedsofanextremelylargeandvitallyimportantsectoroftheAustralian economytheConstructionandPropertyServicesIndustries.

TheCareerEducationAssociationofVictoriawww.ceav.vic.edu.au TheCEAVistheVictorianpeakbodyforsecondaryschoolcareerpractitioners,workexperience coordinators,VETcoordinatorsandMIPScoordinators.TheCEAVprovidesprofessionaldevelopment opportunitiesformembersandalsoworkswithbusiness,industry,andtheeducationandtrainingsector.

IndustryTrainingAustraliaP/Lwww.itaust.com.au IndustryTrainingAustralia(ITA)developsanddeliversinformationandcommunicationservices,including theAustralianApprenticeshipsPathwayswebsite,forserviceprovidernetworksandthegeneralpublic.

ForenquiriesaboutthisPracticeAptitudeQuizcontacttheAustralianApprenticeships andTraineeshipsInformationServiceon1800338022.
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