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Evidence Guide for

Candidates
CPC40110
Certificate IV in Building &
Construction (Building)

Evidence Guide CPC40110

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EVIDENCE GATHERING
By gathering evidence you are demonstrating that you:

have the skills to do particular jobs

have the knowledge and understanding of why the job is done in a particular
way

understand the regulations relating to your work

can manage more than one task at a time

can deal with everyday problems to do with your work

can work with other team members and clients.


In this booklet, there is a range of examples which will give you ideas on the types of
evidence the Assessor would be looking for. Photographs and videos are also great ways to
evidence your capacity to perform various tasks.
Further evidence of your work history could include copies of:
any licences (e.g. BSA)
a current resume/CV
certificates/results of assessment interstate, overseas, university
indentures/trade papers
results/statement of attendance/ certificates informal and/or formal training,
courses, workshops, seminars etc
tickets held e.g. forklift, crane, operating elevated work platforms, scaffolding
photographs/DVDs/video evidence of you undertaking the work
membership of relevant professional associations
references/letters from previous employers/supervisors
industry awards
Once you have collected sufficient evidence, you are required to present this to the Assessor
as a Portfolio of Evidence. Each document in the Portfolio will need to be referenced to
allow for a desk top audit to be completed by the Assessor prior to an interview. It is critical
that you TAKE PHOTOCOPIES of your completed Portfolio for your own records. Do not
send original copies of documents such as photographs, videos, certificates, passports,
safety cards etc to Master Builders. No responsibility will be taken should these go missing
in the post.

THE PRELIMINARY DISCUSSION


The preliminary discussion will be held with an Assessor to discuss your experience, skills
and knowledge within the building and construction industry. This discussion will explain the
evidence guide to identify the types of evidence you may be able to submit in your Portfolio
of Evidence. It will also determine whether you may require gap training. If gap training is
required the Assessor will discuss and schedule a training plan with Master Builders.

INTERVIEW WITH THE APPLICANT


As part of the RPL process you will need to be available for an Interview with a Master
Builders Assessor. This may be face-to-face on a job site (or another suitable venue), by
recorded real time video conferencing, by recorded real time internet (e.g. Skype), or by
telephone.

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At this point, you will have the opportunity to discuss and identify your previous experience
with the Assessor who will understand your industry experience and conduct a competency
conversation with you. You will be required to answer questions relating to your trade and
general building and construction industry related questions to identify your current skills.
The Assessor may also require you to perform practical tasks which may involve a series of
actual job tasks or simulated activities.
Here are some tips and hints to help you prepare:
To have skills formally recognised for a Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building)
qualification, your skills and knowledge need to meet industry standards.
Assessment happens in a variety of ways. Being prepared can save you valuable time and
make the RPL process stress-free for you.
1.

Be prepared to talk about your job roles and your work history. Supply a resume or
notate information about where you have worked, either paid or unpaid, and what you
did there.

2.

Bring your position description (if applicable) and any performance appraisals you
have from any building and construction enterprises or facilities you have worked in.

3.

Consider the possibilities for workplace contact. Are you in a workplace that is
supporting your goal to get qualified? Are you comfortable to have the Assessor
contact your workplace or previous workplaces so your skills can be validated?

4.

Think about who can confirm your skill level. Think about current or recent
supervisors who have seen you work in the past 18 months and will be able to
confirm your skills. The Assessor will need to contact them. You may also have
community contacts or even clients themselves who can vouch for your skill level.

5.

Provide any certificates from any informal or formal training you have done in the
past.

6.

You will be required to provide evidence of your knowledge and skills and to collate it
in a folder. Speak with the Assessor about other ways you can show your skills in the
building and construction industry. These could be letters from employers, records of
your professional development sessions, employers or clients in related industries or
government agencies, acknowledgements, workplace forms (as long as they dont
show client details) or other relevant documents.
An evidence guide will be provided to you at your initial interview, but you are
encouraged to begin gathering your evidence now.

INTERVIEW WITH AN EMPLOYER / SUPERVISOR / PRINCIPAL


CONTRACTOR
It is important for the Assessor to make contact with the individuals you have appointed the
third party referees. By discussing your skills, knowledge and experience with them will
help the Assessor determine your level of understanding within the building and
construction industry and will verify the evidence you have submitted.
This may be face-to-face on a job site (or another suitable venue), by recorded real time
video conferencing, by recorded real time internet (e.g. Skype), or by telephone.

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Core units
Code

Name

CPCCBC4001
A

Apply Building Codes and Standards to the Construction


Process for Low Rise Building Projects

CPCCBC4002
A

Manage Occupational Health and Safety in the Building and


Construction Workplace

CPCCBC4003
A

Select and Prepare a Construction Contract

CPCCBC4004
A

Identify and Produce Estimated Costs for Building and


Construction Projects

CPCCBC4005
A

Produce Labour and Materials Schedules for Ordering

CPCCBC4006
B

Select, Procure and Store Construction Materials for Low


Rise Projects

CPCCBC4007
A

Plan Building or Construction Work

CPCCBC4008
B

Conduct On-Site Supervision of the Building and


Construction Projects

CPCCBC4009
B

Apply Legal Requirements to Building and Construction


Projects

CPCCBC4010
B

Apply Structural Principles to Residential Low-Rise


Constructions

CPCCBC4011
B

Apply Structural Principles to Commercial Low-Rise


Constructions

CPCCBC4012
A

Read and Interpret Plans and Specifications

BSBSMB406A

Manage small business finances

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CPC40110 - CERT IV in
Building
Candidate Name:
Contact:
Date:
Instructions
Use these cover pages to separate your documented evidence.
Mark each piece of supplied evidence with the corresponding D
number, circle on cover page & insert in appropriate section.
If there is no D#, add to the list.
You may have one piece of evidence that covers 2 or more units. in
this case insert a photocopy, but still mark with D# appropriate
to unit.
Example means either used by you or created by you.
*** Means Mandatory for assessment.

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Remember you dont need every document. There are


other ways to assess your competence as well!!

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CPCCBC4001
A
APPLY BUILDING CODES AND STANDARDS TO THE
CONSTRUCTION PROCESS FOR LOW RISE BUILDING
PROJECTS

Circle as supplied

Ref
#

Type of document

D1.

*** Explanation of BCA deemed to satisfy provisions.

D2.

***List of common Australian standards used in construction as


referenced in the BCA.

D3.

Copy of a Certificate of Classification.

D4.

*** List of BCA classifications of buildings.

D5.

*** Example drawings showing BCA Classification highlighted (on


plan).

D6.

Example drawings showing multiple BCA Classification`s


highlighted (on plan).

D7.

*** Example Checklist for a building task e.g. footing, frame, roof
etc. including BCA reference.

D8.

*** Example of an alternative solution to a construction problem.

D9.

Example BCA reference to a number of elements e.g. slab, termite


protection, etc

D10.

Example of a number of assessment methods and how they apply


to a construction system or material.

D11.

*** Example drawing showing active fire protection (i.e. Fire


detectors) highlighted (on plan).

D12.

*** Example detail of a 60/60/60 fire separation wall & where it

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would be used.
D13.

Example Checklist detailing fire requirements including BCA


reference.

D14.

*** Explanation of how you ensure compliance with BCA on your


projects.

D15.

*** Explain a recent BCA non-compliance issue and actions to


rectify. (Can be a fictitious problem)

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CPCCBC4001A Apply building codes and standards to the construction process for low rise building projects
Element & Performance Criteria

E
1

Authenticatio
n check by
Assessor

Access and Interpret Relevant Code and Standard Requirements


1.1 Relevant performance requirements from the BCA that apply to individual projects (described as low-rise) are
identified.
1.2 Requirements of relevant BCA deemed-to-satisfy provisions are determined.
1.3 Requirements of relevant Australian standards referenced in the BCA are accessed and interpreted accordingly.

E
2

Classify Buildings
2.1 Nature of a building according to use and arrangement is determined.
2.2 BCA criteria to determine the defined classification are applied.
2.3 BCA requirements for multiple classifications are identified and interpreted.

E
3

Analyse and Apply a Range of Solutions to a Construction Problem for Compliance with the BCA.
3.1 Range of criteria that will ensure construction methods comply with the performance requirements of the BCA is
determined.
3.2 Alternative solutions to a design or construction problem that will comply with the requirements of the BCA are
discussed and proposed in accordance with company policies and procedures.
3.3 Performance based solutions are identified and documented in accordance with the requirements of the BCA.
3.4 Assessment methods referenced in the BCA to determine whether a Building Solution complies with
performance requirements or deemed-to-satisfy (DTS) provision of the BCA are analysed and applied.
3.5 Relevant documentation is identified and completed in accordance with BCA requirements.

E
4

Apply Fire Protection Requirements.


4.1 Passive and active fire control elements for low-rise building required by the BCA and other legislation are identified
and applied.
4.2 Level of fire resistance required for the construction of various low-rise buildings is determined.
4.3 Check of existing buildings for compliance with passive and active fire protection requirements is carried out in
accordance with BCA requirements.

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CPCCBC4002
A

MANAGE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY IN THE


BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION WORKPLACE
Circle as supplied

Ref
#

Type of document

D1.

Example Company Safety Policy.

D2.

*** Example Safety Plan.

D3.

*** MSDS.

D4.

*** Risk assessment for a number of occupational hazards.

D5.

*** Safe work method statements for a number of tasks.

D6.

*** List of current QLD legislation pertaining to OH&S (Act &


Regs).

D7.

*** List of current QLD Codes of Practice.(at least 3)

D8.

Risk assessment and control method documents.

D9.

Example WH&S Company infringement notice.

D10.

Example of Safety meeting minutes/Agenda. (Could be a


Diary entry)

D11.

Example Completed safety inspection report. (Could be a


Diary entry)

D12.

Example Memos, site instructions, recommendations from


inspection reports.

D13.

Example Safety instructions for deliveries, supplies, high risk


work, work at heights etc.

D14.

Example Review of SWMS, accident reports etc. (Could be a


Diary entry)

D15.

*** List of common OH&S faults/problems encountered onsite

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and recommendations to control these. (at least 3)

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Element & Performance Criteria

E
1

Authenticati
on check by
Assessor

Determine areas of Potential Risk in the Building and Construction Workplace


1.1 Specific risks for the range of occupations in the Workplace are identified and prioritised.
1.2 Construction site safety is evaluated and construction hazards and potential risk areas are identified in accordance
with legislative requirements for OHS and company policies.
1.3 Hazards are identified and prioritised and required approaches to remediation are documented.

E
2

Inspect and report on areas of specific risk


2.1 Inspection of the workplace is conducted to identify specific risks for the range of identified occupations.
2.2 Expert advice and advice from workplace personnel is sought as appropriate.

2.3 Inspection report is completed in accordance with best practice and statutory obligations
E
3

Advise on implementation of control measures at the building and construction workplace


3.1 Recommendations are made from findings of inspection report.
3.2 Relevant parties are consulted regarding compliance issues relating to statutory requirements.
3.3 Agreed control measures are implemented in conjunction with relevant workplace personnel.
3.4 The effectiveness of control measures is monitored and reviewed.

E
4

Establish and review Communications and Educational Programs


4.1 Effective strategies for communicating occupational health and safety policy and practice are determined in
consultation with appropriate personnel.
4.2 Communication strategies and educational programs specific to the building and construction industry and in
accordance with statutory requirements and best practice are established.
4.3 The effectiveness of the communication and educational programs are reviewed.

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CPCCBC4003
A
SELECT AND PREPARE A CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT

Circle as supplied

Ref #

Type of document

Included
- Yes / No

D1.

*** Example Completed Residential Building contract.

D2.

*** Progress Payment Schedule (Builder to Client)

D3.

Explanation of the responsibilities of parties to a contract.

D4.

Process for EOT claim. (extension of time claim)

D5.

Process for Variation.

D6.

*** Example Completed EOT (extension of time claim)

D7.

*** Example Completed Variation.

D8.

*** Example Completed defect document.

D9.

Example Breach of contract letter.(Client default)

D10.

List of legislative requirements for a contract, under the DBC


Act.

D11.

*** List of Included documents to a contract.

D12.

Example of legal capacity.

D13.

*** Example of a rise and fall calculation

You must also provide definitions/explanations of the following that apply to


contracts:
1. Causes of a Breach of Contract.
2. Requirements for Offer & Acceptance
3. Requirements for Termination of a contract.
4. 3 requirements of the Domestic Building Contracts ACT
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5. Explanation of any 2 Clauses/Conditions from a domestic contract.

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Element & Performance Criteria

E
1

Authenticati
on check by
Assessor

Identify and analyse the essential elements, sections and clauses of a business contract
1.1 Various types of building and construction contracts are identified and the appropriate application of each type
is analysed.
1.2 The essential terms and elements of a valid contract are identified and analysed.
1.3 The importance of identifying an intention to create legal relations is analysed.
1.4 The rights and liabilities of parties under a contract are identified and analysed.
1.5 Common building contract terms and procedures are identified and applied.
1.6 Circumstances that bring about a breach of contract are identified and analysed.
1.7 Legislative requirements are identified and applied.

E
2

Select an appropriate contract for the works to be undertaken


2.1 A contract, appropriate for the type of construction, is accurately selected.
2.2 The range of documents that collectively make up a contract is accurately identified and prepared.
2.3 The requirements associated with an offer and acceptance of a contract are accurately identified and applied.
2.4 The capacity of the parties to form a binding agreement in the form of a contract is confirmed.
2.5 Factors associated with the parties' consent to a contract are identified and applied.

E
3

Prepare the Contract


3.1 Expert advice is sought as required in the preparation of the contract.
3.2 The impact of factors leading to the termination of a contract are defined, analysed and assessed during the
preparation of the contract.
3.3 Contract rise and fall amounts are accurately calculated during the preparation of the contract.
3.4 The schedule of progress payments is assessed and included in the preparation of the contract.
3.5 Processes for applying for extensions of time are included in the preparation of the contract.
3.6 The final contract is prepared in consultation with relevant personnel and in accordance with the accepted
processes of the organisation and legal requirements.

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CPCCBC4004
A
IDENTIFY AND PRODUCE ESTIMATED COSTS FOR
BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

Circle as supplied

Ref
#

Type of document

D1.

*** Example complete cost estimate for a project the size of


a small house including all trades, materials and services.

D2.

*** Example plans, specifications, soil reports etc. for D1

D3.

*** List of material`s required for above.

D4.

*** List of Supervisory staff & subbies required for above.

D5.

Example estimate/Cost Sheets.

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D6.

Example Cut & fill requirement calculations.

D7.

*** Identified F.F.L. from example plans.(Highlight on plan)

D8.

Example Project Budget including labour, material &


Supervision.

D9.

Supplier price lists pertinent to your company /quotes.

D10.

Example Unit cost examples.

D11.

*** Explanation of preliminary and overhead costs.(include


Certification and Planning, Site establishment, Workcover &
insurances).

D12.

Explanation of profit calculations.

D13.

Example Revised budget including variations.

D14.

Example Variation registers.

D15.

Example Amendment registers.

D16.

Example Cloud drawings.(Mark on example plans)

D17.

*** Explain how you ensure materials are available and can
be delivered when required.

D18.

*** Explain how you order, receive and check materials

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Element & Performance Criteria

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1

Authenticati
on check by
Assessor

Read and interpret plans and/or specifications


1.1 Appropriate plans and drawings are correctly identified.
1.2 Project plans and specifications are read and understood.
1.3 Levels, heights, gradients and other measurements are interpreted.
1.4 Measurements are made and quantities identified from plans and specifications and which conform to standard
industry practice.

E
2

Identify and calculate labour costs


2.1 The types and numbers of appropriate on-site personnel are identified and the time required on-site is estimated.
2.2 The labour hours for non-contract elements of on-site work are calculated.
2.3 The costs or rates for required on-site work are calculated.

E
3

Identify and establish physical resource requirements


3.1 Physical resource requirements are identified.
3.2 Lists of materials are produced and quantities calculated.
3.3 Quantities against project or standard construction contracts are established.
3.4 Supplier prices for materials and consumables are obtained.

3.5 Plant or equipment requirements are identified and costed.


E
4

Develop Estimated Project Costs


4.1 Appropriate labour rates and material costs are selected and applied.
4.2 Estimates of unit costs, as appropriate, are determined and applied.
4.3 Costs to the project of WorkCover, environmental protection agency requirements, seeking approvals, waste
management site fees and other statutory or additional costs are identified and applied.
4.4 Company overhead recovery and margins are applied.
4.5 Completed estimated project costs for inclusion in a tender or bill are calculated.

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CPCCBC4005
A

PRODUCE LABOUR AND MATERIALS SCHEDULES FOR


ORDERING

Circle as supplied

Ref #

Type of document

D1.

Example conditions of Building approval.

D2.

*** List of common building materials used in QLD.

D3.

*** List of Professionals and Trades needed for a domestic


project in QLD.

D4.

*** Example schedules including - colour schedule, door,


window, bracing etc.

D5.

Example Client requested variation.

D6.

*** Example Builder requested Variation.

D7.

Example overlay drawings.

D8.

*** Example material order.

D9.

Example subcontractor order.

D10.

Example work schedule with nominated contractors noted.

D11.

*** Example site file.

D12.

Example call forward sheet.

D13.

Example budget V actual report.

D14.

Example actual cost report.

D15.

*** Example variation estimate for a recent variation.

D16.

Example revised budget including variations.

D17.

Example variation registers.

D18.
D19.

Example amendment registers.


*** Explain how you ascertain and rectify faulty materials

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CPCCBC4005A Produce labour and materials schedules for ordering
Element & Performance Criteria

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1

Authenticati
on check by
Assessor

Identify and apply all contract conditions to the schedules


1.1 All contractual requirements are included in the schedules.
1.2 Local government and regulatory bodies' conditions of approval are included in the schedules.
1.3 Colour selections are included in the schedules.
1.4 Variations to contracts, raised by the client or the builder are included in the schedules.

E
2

Produce material and labour schedules, overlays and orders


2.1 Nominated suppliers and contractors are detailed in work schedules.
2.2 Relevant overlay drawings are produced.
2.3 Contract details and instructions are included in orders
2.4 Contract rates are applied to material and labour schedules.

E
3

Prepare site files


3.1 All necessary site documents are included including approved plans and specifications.
3.2 Call forward sheets are prepared detailing all orders.

E
4

Monitor and Report on Project Costs


4.1 Project costs are analysed against estimates during construction.
4.2 Approved variation costs are analysed.
4.3 A final project cost analysis is provided.

E
5

Maintain standard costs data files


5.1 Approved variation cost increases are incorporated into site files.
5.2 Changes to standard plans, specifications and cost files are included in site files.

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CPCCBC4006
B
SELECT, PROCURE AND STORE CONSTRUCTION
MATERIALS FOR LOW RISE PROJECTS.

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Type of document

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D1.

*** Materials list from a previous project.

D2.

List of A.S. covering commonly used materials.

D3.

*** Examples of acceptable tolerances for a number of


items.

D4.

Examples of environmental plans & policies.

D5.

Example Call forward sheet.

D6.

*** Material onsite storage recommendations for 3


separate materials.

D7.

List of durability of material concerns.

D8.

Example Specified V Alternative material.

D9.

Example overlay drawings.

D10.

*** SWMS for manual handling.

D11.

*** Delivery dockets.

D12.

Example inspection checklists.

D13.

Example quality documents for deliveries.(e.g. Inspection


& test Plans)

D14.

*** Example delivery instructions you could include with


an order.

D15.

*** Explain how you test/inspect materials to ensure


quality onsite.( i.e. concrete, timber, brick`s, etc.) and
how you record this.

D16.

*** Explain storage and dumping of hazardous materials


(ie Asbestos, Lead, Fuels and oil, etc.)

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Element & Performance Criteria

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1

Authenticati
on check by
Assessor

Identify and evaluate the properties of building materials


1.1 Suitability of materials commonly used in the region for low rise buildings is identified for a given building
system.
1.2 Properties of materials, their quality and the compatibility and non-compatibility of different materials are identified.
1.3 Environmental impacts of different materials are identified.
1.4 Impact of allowable tolerances on the conversion of naturally occurring materials is identified.
1.5 Tolerances for installing and assembling materials are identified and checked in regard to the nature of the work
being performed and the requirements of the Australian standards.

E
2

Ensure suitable building materials are selected for application


2.1 Materials that are structurally adequate and appropriate for the building system specified in the contract are
selected.
2.2 Materials are selected for their safety, required fire resistance rating, suitability to the application, durability,
serviceability, cost effectiveness and compliance with Australian standards.
2.3 Short and long-term degradation of materials are considered in relation to the building's proposed life cycle.
2.4 Alternative materials are evaluated and selected if specified materials are unavailable or unsuitable.
2.5 Selection of materials for use is finalised in accordance with contractual requirements and in consultation with
relevant professionals and the client.

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3

Supervise the acceptance, safe handling and storage of materials on site


3.1 Limitations and effects of transportation on materials and components are determined and action is taken in the
case of potentially damaging circumstances.
3.2 Materials are handled correctly and safely on site using appropriate equipment and safe working practices.
3.3 Materials are stored in accordance with manufacturer specifications and in compliance with the relevant Australian
standards.
3.4 Processes are implemented for inspecting all materials delivered on-site for naturally occurring and/or
manufactured defects before installation.
3.5 Personnel are aware of actions to be taken in the case of defects caused by incorrect installation, application or
placement.
3.6 Timber is preserved and ferrous and non-ferrous metals which are used in the construction process are protected
using established methods.

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CPCCBC4007
A
PLAN BUILDING OR CONSTRUCTION WORK

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#

Type of document

D1.

Example contract & associated documentation.

D2.

*** Example Scope of Works or Specification.

D3.

Example Supply agreements.

D4.

*** Example Pre-construction checklists.

D5.

Example delivery instructions.

D6.

*** Explain how you confirm availability of materials from


suppliers and actions to be taken in case of non-delivery or
unable to supply.

D7.

*** Explain how you confirm availability of sub-contractors.

D8.

*** Example Project schedule, for a project the size of a


small house.

D9.

*** List of Professionals and Regulatory authorities you


would need to communicate with on a domestic project.

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D10.

Example Delivery registers.

D11.

Pre-construction documentation.(Building approvals,


relaxations etc)

D12.

Example Plant & equipment hire registers.

D13.

Example Demolition permits.

D14.

Example Multiple project schedule.

D15.

Example Critical path of project schedule.

D16.

Example Amended schedules.

D17.

*** Example Gantt chart.

D18.

Example Preliminaries schedule.

D19.

Example Labour schedules.

D20.

Quote for supply of amenities.

D21.

Example Dilapidation report.

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Element & Performance Criteria

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1

Authenticati
on check by
Assessor

Appraise the contract documentation to identify the operational requirements


1.1 The contract documentation is reviewed to identify any unusual aspects of construction, use of materials or
penalties.
1.2 The availability of selected subcontractors to suit the job requirements is ascertained.
1.3 The availability of materials is assessed and confirmed with suppliers.
1.4 Site access requirements and limitations are identified and actions taken to facilitate entry.
1.5 Documentation for the authorities controlling construction work is prepared and the commencement date
for the project is determined.
1.6 Procedures for controlling and recording site deliveries are implemented.

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2

Implement strategies for construction operations


2.1 Organisational strategies for implementing construction operations are identified.
2.2 Procedures for recording the hire of plant and equipment are implemented.
2.3 Organisational Health and Safety (OHS) policy and procedures are implemented, including hazard and risk
management.
2.4 Procedures for the removal of existing services and hazardous materials are implemented in accordance with
Environment Protection Agency requirements.
2.5 Procedures for the control of multiple projects are followed.

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Prepare project schedule


3.1 Construction operations are sequenced.
3.2 Operations details are entered into a manually prepared project schedule or computer based software package.
3.3 The critical path of the project is defined and revised as required.
3.4 Project timeframes are adjusted to account for anticipated delays.

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Determine all the resources required


4.1 Temporary services and site accommodation requirements are determined and documented.
4.2 Plant requirements and availability dates are determined and documented with reference to contract
documentation.

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Prepare and submit condition reports


5.1 Reports on the condition of existing building/s and structures on adjacent site boundaries are completed.
5.2 Copies of condition reports are forwarded to the owners of adjacent building prior to commencing construction

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CONDUCT ON-SITE SUPERVISION OF THE BUILDING AND


CONSTRUCTION PROJECT
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D1.

Site Diary entries.

D2.

*** Explain your Process for checking invoices against supplied


materials and labour.
*** Explain how you maintain and monitor quality onsite.

D3.
D4.
D5.

*** Explain how you rectify defective materials and


workmanship.
Example Back charge notice.

D6.

Example Checklist for contract administration.

D7.

Example Insurance Claim for site loss/theft.

D8.

Site reports (daily, monthly).

D9.

Example Site instructions to sub-contractors.

D10.

*** Example RFI`s (request for information)

D11.

Example Non-conformance of materials letter/notice.

D12.

Example Non-conformance of sub-contractor letter/notice.

D13.

Example Requests for extension of time.

D14.

Example Work orders.

D15.

*** Example Sub-contract agreements

D16.

Quality Management System.

D17.

Quality Manuals.

D18.

Example Inspection checklists.

D19.

Regulatory inspection notices.

D20.

*** Explain your process for practical completion & handover.

D21.

Example Practical completion notice.

D22.

Example Defects document.

D23.

Example Hand over documents

D24.

*** Explain how you implement and maintain safety onsite.

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Supervise the administration of claims and payment processes.


1.1 Contract payments are made in accordance with the contract allowance or orders.
1.2 Drawings against allowances are carried out in accordance with organisation policy or procedures.
1.3 Variations to contracts are authorised and corrective action taken where necessary.
1.4 Back-charges are applied in accordance with policy guidelines.
1.5 Payment of invoices for material supply is authorised.
1.6 Insurance claims for site loss or damage are completed and processed.

1.7 Administrative processes are conducted and supervised with reference to relevant regulatory and
organisational requirements.
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Supervise and maintain onsite communications.


2.1 A diary of on-site communication and events is maintained, including communications with clients, contractors,
inspections, union matters and suppliers.
2.2 File notes detailing specific instructions are prepared and issued.
2.3 Site reports detailing specific supervisory inspections are prepared and kept.
2.4 Variation requests or requirements are communicated to the appropriate person.
2.5 Requests for extensions of time are communicated to the appropriate person.
2.6 Notice of unsatisfactory work is communicated in writing to the appropriate individuals.
2.7 Administrative processes are conducted and supervised with reference to relevant regulatory and organisational
requirements.

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Ensure management of and compliance with quality control procedures.


3.1 Relevant quality control procedures are identified.
3.2 Site checklists detailing specific items to be inspected at appropriate stages are utilised and completed.
3.3 Industry and organisational quality manuals or procedures are used in managing the quality process.
3.4 Local Authority inspections are arranged.
3.5 Quality requirements are communicated to on-site personnel and building work is assessed against construction
standards.
3.6 Processes are put in place to supervise on-site work to ensure the performance of work to industry, regulatory and

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3.7 Contractual quality standards are met.
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Complete project administration processes.


4.1 Project administration processes and preparation for practical completion are carried out in accordance with
the contract requirements and company policy.
4.2 Practical completion inspection procedure is identified, communicated to the client and applied on-site.
4.3 Hand-over procedures are identified and carried out in accordance with organisational policy.
4.4 Certificates and appropriate client information are provided at handover, including termite protection and appliance
warranties.
4.5 Defects liability items are obtained from clients.
4.6 Defects are rectified and client sign-off is obtained.
4.7 Administrative processes are conducted and supervised with reference to relevant regulatory and organisational
requirements.

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B
APPLY LEGAL REQUIREMENTS TO BUILDING AND
CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

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D1.

Example BSA licence (any class).

D2.
D3.

*** Example BSA Licence requirements for Builder Low-rise.(or


the class you are applying for)
Business Name Certificate

D4.

*** Explain business registration requirements in QLD.

D5.

Example Health & Safety Policy.

D6.

Examples of site signage.

D7.

*** Explain how you implement and maintain safety onsite.

D8.

*** List of current legislation/codes/standards applicable to a


construction project.
*** List of Sustainable and Environmental issues applicable to a
construction project and how these are complied with.
*** Insurance policies Public liability, sickness and Accident
etc.
*** Explanation of Industrial Relation Laws in QLD.

D9.
D10.
D11.
D12.
D13.

*** Explain your legal obligations in relation to contractual


agreements.
Example Employee payslip.

D14.

BAS statement.

D15.

ATO documents

D16.

GST registration certificate.

D17.

*** Construction award information for a trade.

D18.

*** Example Sub-contract agreement.

D19.

*** Example sub-contractor invoice.

D20.

Example Discrimination, Harassment policies.

D21.

Example Apprentice Training agreements.

D22.

List of employment conditions.

D23.

Example Dispute resolution policy.

D24.

Example Complaints procedure & register.

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Apply the laws relating to builder licensing or registration.


1.1 Licensing or registration legislation relevant to the region is researched and identified.
1.2 Classifications for builders, supervisors and managers are applied.

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Apply OHS legislation and provisions on site.


2.1 Main provisions of OHS legislation and regulations are researched and identified and local legislative requirements
are met.
2.2 Regulations and codes applicable to on-site construction are identified, applied and monitored.
2.3 Site safety signage requirements are identified and applied.

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Apply the codes, Acts and regulations, and standards relevant to construction.
3.1 Current codes, Acts and regulations, and standards applicable to a particular building and construction
project are researched.
3.2 Construction process is carried out in accordance with codes, Acts and regulations, and standards concerning
construction, insurance, sustainability and environmental matters and appropriate by laws.

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Comply with insurance or regulatory requirements for housing construction.


4.1 Insurance cover is arranged in accordance with legal requirements.
4.2 Contract law is applied in accordance with common law principles, relevant state or territory laws and regulations,
and fair trading legislation.

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Apply legislation to financial transactions.


5.1 Payroll systems are set up and administered in compliance with current legislative requirements.
5.2 Goods and Services Tax systems are set up and administered in compliance with current legislation.

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6

Meet building contract obligations.


6.1 Correct form of contract is selected for the project.
6.2 Contracted work is carried out in accordance with the contractual obligations applicable to both parties.
6.3 Conditions of the contract, including approvals and financial matters, are met.

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Apply industrial relations policies and obligations relevant to housing construction.


7.1 Relevant industrial relations policies and obligations are researched, identified and applied

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7.2 Subcontract companies that comply with company policy and obligations under subcontract agreements are
identified and contracted.
7.3 Relevant awards are applied to contracts.
7.4 Workplace agreements are used in accordance with company policy.
7.5 Proactive measures are taken to ensure discrimination and harassment is not practised in the workplace.
7.6 Provisions of training agreements are identified and applied.
7.7 Reference material on access to industrial relations or legal information is made available to employees.
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Apply dispute resolution processes.


8.1 Organisational dispute resolution processes are applied
8.2 Customer complaints are dealt with according to company policy.
8.3 Disputes are documented and outcomes recorded and maintained.

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CPCCBC4010
B

APPLY STRUCTURAL PRINCIPLES TO RESIDENTIAL LOWRISE CONSTRUCTIONS

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Type of document

D1.

*** Example project schedule for a low-rise Class 1or 10


building.
Class 1 or 10 project drawings
*** Example Demolition plan for a low-rise Class 1or 10
building.
Demolition permit.
*** List of industry professionals used onsite for a low-rise
Class 1or 10 building.
BCA checklist for a low-rise Class 1or 10 building.
*** Explain how you assess the structural integrity Class 1or
10 building projects.
*** List common structural problems and rectification actions
you may have encountered on a previous Class 1or 10 project.
Manufacturers report on a new material/system.
Footing inspection notice.
Termite notice.
*** Example Footing checklist.
Slab inspection notice.
*** Example Slab checklist.
*** Example Floor frame checklist.
Frame inspection notice.
*** Example Frame checklist.
Manufacturers specifications for DPC`s & building wrap`s
Services certificates.
Truss certificate.
*** Example Roof checklist (cut or truss).
Manufacturers specifications for roof sarking & cladding.
Manufacturers specifications for wall bracing.
*** Example External cladding checklist.
Manufacturers specifications for installing windows and
doors..
Window/door certificate

D2.
D3.
D4.
D5.
D6.
D7.
D8.
D9.
D10.
D11.
D12.
D13.
D14.
D15.
D16.
D17.
D18.
D19.
D20.
D21.
D22.
D23.
D24.
D25.
D26.

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Apply structural principles to the planning of the erection or demolition of a structure.


1.1 Main structural principles that apply to the erection or demolition of a residential low-rise structure are
identified.
1.2 Structural performance of a structure is described in terms of the effect of the section properties of various
materials.
1.3 Structural performance characteristics of slabs, floors, beams, columns and retaining walls are explained and
applied to the planning of the construction work.
1.4 Demolition of existing structures is coordinated in accordance with legislative and planning requirements and safe
work practices.

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Analyse and plan for the structural integrity of Class 1 and Class 10 buildings
2.1 Relevant industry professionals are consulted as required to provide advice regarding the design process and
the structural integrity of the proposed Class 1 or Class 10 building.
2.2 Project documentation is collected and analysed to assist in the analysis of the plans and specifications.
2.3 Project documentation is analysed for conformance with the BCA requirements for bushfire, high wind, earth quake
and alpine environments.
2.4 New and emerging building technologies are assessed for application to the construction process and their
conformance with the requirements of the BCA and Australian standards.
2.5 Pre-commencement site inspection is conducted to confirm analysis.

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Plan, coordinate and manage the laying of footings.


3.1 Footings are set out in accordance with the building's plans
3.2 Structural integrity of the footings specified in the building plan is assessed for compliance with relevant codes and
accepted industry construction principles.
3.3 Footings, as specified in the building plan, are laid and checked for conformance with project documentation.
3.4 Damp coursing, provision of termite barriers and other relevant techniques are planned, implemented and checked
in accordance with codes, standards and industry practice.

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Plan, coordinate and manage the laying of the floor system.


4.1 Concrete slab or bearers and joists specified in the buildings plan are assessed for structural integrity and
compliance with relevant codes and accepted industry construction principles.

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Plan, coordinate and manage the building of the structural and non-structural wall systems.
5.1 Technical construction principles and performance of materials used in the construction are identified and
analysed in the planning of the building and construction project.
5.2 Application of bracing requirements, tie-downs, tolerances, allowances, fixing and installation of components are
planned, implemented and checked for conformance with relevant Australian standards and codes, and
manufacturer specifications.
5.3 Structural timber members are selected for low-rise buildings to conform to AS1684 requirements.
5.4 Processes are put in place and managed to ensure the quality of the frame whether it is factory pre-cut and prenailed, factory pre-cut and assembled on-site or cut and assembled on-site.
5.5 Vapour permeable sarking or a water proof membrane, relevant to the construction method, is attached and
checked.

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Plan, coordinate and manage the building of the roof system.


6.1 Structural integrity of the roof system components specified in the building plan is assessed for compliance with
relevant codes and accepted industry construction principles.
6.2 Erection of roof trusses is planned, implemented and checked in accordance with the building plan requirements,
the type of roof being constructed and the relevant codes and accepted industry construction principles.
6.3 Processes are put in place and managed to ensure the quality of the manufactured roof trusses or hand cut roof
system.
6.4 Roof sarking and cladding is planned, installation supervised and checked for conformance with codes, standards
and industry practice.

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Plan, coordinate and manage the external wall cladding of the structure.
7.1 Structural performance of the cladding to be used for bracing in the frame construction is assessed for compliance
with relevant codes, manufacturer specifications and accepted industry construction principles.
7.2 Installation of the cladding, as specified in the building plan, is supervised and checked for conformance with
standards and accepted industry construction principles.
7.3 Installation of the windows and external doors are supervised to ensure conformance with relevant codes,
manufacturer specifications and accepted industry construction principles.

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CPCCBC4011
B

APPLY STRUCTURAL PRINCIPLES TO COMMERCIAL LOWRISE CONSTRUCTIONS


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D1.
D2.
D3.
D4.
D5.
D6.
D7.
D8.
D9.
D10.
D11.
D12.
D13.
D14.
D15.
D16.
D17.
D18.
D19.
D20.
D21.
D22.

Example project schedule for a low - rise Class 2 to 9 building.


Class 2 to 9 Project drawings
*** Example Demolition plan for a commercial Class 2 to 9 lowrise building.
Demolition permit.
*** List of industry professionals used onsite for a commercial
Class 2 to 9 low-rise building.
***Example Construction Pre-commencement checklist for a
commercial Class 2 to 9 low-rise building.
*** Explain how you assess the structural integrity Class 2 to 9
building projects
*** List common structural problems and rectification actions
you may have encountered on a previous Class 2 to 9 project.
Footing inspection notice.
Termite notice.
***Example Footing checklist for a commercial Class 2 to 9 lowrise building
Slab inspection notice.
*** Example Slab checklist for a commercial Class 2 to 9 lowrise building.
*** Example Floor frame checklist for a commercial Class 2 to 9
low-rise building.
Frame inspection notice.
*** Example Frame checklist for a commercial Class 2 to 9 lowrise building.
Manufacturers specifications for DPC`s & building wrap`s
Services certificates.
Window/door certificate
Truss certificate for a commercial Class 2 to 9 low-rise building.
*** Example Roof checklist for a commercial Class 2 to 9 lowrise building.
Manufacturers specifications for roof sarking & cladding for a
commercial Class 2 to 9 low-rise building.

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Apply structural principles to the planning of the erection and/or demolition of a structure.
1.1Main structural principles that apply to the erection or demolition of a low-rise commercial structure are
identified.
1.2Structural performance of a structure is described in terms of the effect of the section properties of various
materials and their related construction methods.
1.3Structural performance characteristics of slabs, beams, columns and retaining walls are explained and applied to
the planning of the construction work.
1.4Demolition of existing structures is coordinated in accordance with legislative and planning requirements and safe
work practices.

E
2

Analyse and plan for the structural integrity of class 2 to 9 buildings.


2.1 Relevant industry professionals are consulted as required to provide advice regarding the design process and
the structural integrity of the proposed commercial low-rise building.
2.2 Project documentation is collected and analysed to assist in the analysis of the plans and specifications.
2.3 Project documentation is analysed for conformance with the BCA requirements for bushfire, high wind, earth quake
and alpine environments.
2.4 New and emerging building technologies are assessed for application to the construction process and their
conformance with the requirements of the BCA and Australian standards.
2.5 Pre-commencement site inspection is conducted to confirm analysis.

E
3

Plan, coordinate and manage the laying of footing systems.


3.1 Footing systems are set out in accordance with the building plans.
3.2 Structural integrity of the footings specified in the building plan is assessed for compliance with relevant codes and
accepted industry construction principles.
3.3 Footings, as specified in the building plan, are laid and checked for conformance with project documentation.
3.4 Damp coursing and the provision of termite barriers and other relevant techniques are planned, implemented and
checked in accordance with codes, standards and industry practice.

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Plan, coordinate and manage the laying of the floor system.


4.1 Floor system components specified in the building plan are assessed for structural integrity and compliance with
relevant codes and accepted industry construction principles.
4.2 Laying of the structural floor system specified in the building plan, is supervised and checked for conformance
with project documentation.

E
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Plan, coordinate and manage the building of the structural wall systems and wall cladding systems.
5.1 Technical construction principles and performance characteristics of structural wall systems and wall cladding
systems are identified and analysed in the planning of the building and construction project.
5.2 Processes for the erection of the wall systems and wall cladding systems are identified, implemented and checked
for conformance with manufacturer specifications and relevant Australian standards and codes.
5.3 Building plans and relevant codes and standards are identified and implemented to ensure appropriate allowances
have been made for relevant services to be installed.
5.4 Windows and external doors are installed in accordance with relevant codes, manufacturer specifications and
accepted industry construction principles.

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Plan, coordinate and manage the building of the structural roof system and roof cladding system.
6.1 Structural integrity of the structural roof system and roof cladding system components specified in the
building plan is assessed for compliance with relevant codes and accepted industry construction principles.
6.2 Construction of the roof system and roof cladding system, including details of service penetrations, skylights and
roof ventilators, is planned, implemented and checked in accordance with the building plans requirements, the
type of roof being constructed and the relevant codes and accepted industry construction principles.
6.3 Processes are put in place and managed to ensure the quality of the finished roof system.

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CPCCBC4012
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Read & Interpret Plans & Specifications

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Type of document

D1.

*** Example construction drawings.

D2.

*** Example Specification

D3.

*** Explanation of aspects of different drawings (highlight on


example drawings)

D4.

*** Sketches of symbols and their meanings (highlight on


example drawings)

D5.

***Examples of abbreviations and their meanings ( highlight on


example drawings)

D6.

*** Highlight on plan, appropriate entry points for services.

D7.

*** Explain how correct orientation of a building is achieved.

D8.

*** From the plans, indicate any special estimating/planning or


supervision problems which could arise.

D9.

Photo of recent worksite (include address).

D10.

***Example Cloud drawings.

D11.

***Example Variations.

D12.

***Example of Unusual aspects marked on drawings.

D13.

***Example PC Schedule

D14.

***Example PS Schedule.

D15.

Example Variations register.

D16.

Example Site instructions.

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Example Conditions of building approval.

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Identify types of drawings and their purposes.


1.1 The purpose and advantage of different types of drawing are identified.
1.2 Different aspects of drawings are identified.

E
2

Apply commonly used symbols and abbreviations.


2.1 Commonly used symbols and abbreviations on drawings are identified, understood and applied.
2.2 Common building and construction terms used on drawings are identified, understood and applied.

E
3

Locate and identify key features on a site plan.


3.1 The building site is identified from location drawings.
3.2 True north and building orientation are identified from details provided on the site plan.
3.3 The key features of the site plan are identified.

E
4

Identify and locate key features on drawings.


4.1 The key features of plans, elevations and sections are identified.
4.2 Client requested variations to standard plans are identified on drawings.

E
5

Correctly read and interpret specifications.


5.1 PS and PC sums are identified and correctly applied.
5.2 Customer variations to standard specifications are identified.
5.3 Correct interpretations of essential elements are applied to estimation, planning and supervisory tasks and
communicated.
5.4 Building codes or standards affecting the work to be undertaken are identified, including references to Australian
standards and the Building Code of Australia.

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Identify non-structural aspects to the specification

6.1 The key features of products included in the specification are identified, including the design, purpose, aesthetics
and cost relationships.

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D1.

*** Explain ongoing management and review of business


finances to ensure viability.

D2.

Example Balance sheets.

D3.

Example Profit & Loss statements.

D4.

Example BAS Statements.

D5.

*** Explain the function of a general ledger.

D6.

Example Business Plan.

D7.

*** Example Project budget.

D8.

*** Example Company budget.

D9.

Examples Cash Flow forecast.

D10.

*** Example Credit policy for your company.

D11.

Example Business capital policy.

D12.

Example Financial plan with KPI`s.

D13.

Example Marketing plan.

D14.

List of industry benchmark`s.

D15.

*** Example Accountant Financial report.

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Implement financial plan


1.1 Identify financial information requirements and obtain specialist services, as required to profitably operate and
extend the business in accordance with the business plan
1.2 Produce financial budgets/projections, including cash flow estimates, as required for each forward period, and
distribute to relevant people in accordance with legal requirements
1.3 Negotiate, secure and manage business capital to best enable implementation of the business plan and to meet the
requirements of financial backers
1.4 Develop and maintain strategies to enable adequate financial provision for taxation in accordance with legal
requirements
1.5 Develop, monitor and maintain client credit policies, including contingencies for debtors in default, to maximise cash
flow
1.6 Select key performance indicators to enable ongoing monitoring of financial performance
1.7 Record and communicate financial procedures to relevant people to facilitate implementation of the business plan

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Monitor financial performance


2.1 Regularly monitor and report on financial performance targets and analyse data to establish the extent to which the
financial plan has been met
2.2 Monitor marketing and operational strategies for their effects on the financial plan
2.3 Calculate and evaluate financial ratios according to own/industry benchmarks
2.4 Assess financial plan to determine whether variations or alternative plans are needed, and change as

required

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Name

CPCCBC4016
A

Administer a construction contract.

CPCCBC4018
A

Apply Site Surveys and Set Out Procedures to Building


and Construction Projects

BSBWOR402
A

Promote Team Effectiveness

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Administer a construction contract.

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D1.

*** Examples Completed Building contract for a small


house.

D2.

*** List the appropriate contract for at least 3 different


projects.

D3.

*** Explain the actions you would take in the event of


an anomaly in the rendering of a contract.

D4.

Example Completed EOT (extension of time claim)

D5.

Example Completed Variation.

D6.

List of legislative requirements for a DBC

D7.

Example Rise & Fall calculations

D8.

*** Example Progress payment schedule.

D9.

*** Procedure for issuing a practical completion


notice.

You must also provide definitions/explanations of the following


that apply to contracts
1. Breach of contract.
2. Repudiation
3. Abandonment
4. Ousting
5. Termination
6. Liquidated Damages
7. Legal Capacity
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Identify and analyse the essential elements, sections and clauses of a business contract.
1.1 Various types of building and construction contracts are identified and the appropriate application of each type is
analysed.
1.2 Legislative requirements relating to building and construction contracts are identified and applied.
1.3 Essential terms and elements of a valid contract are identified and analysed.
1.4 Importance of identifying an intention to create legal relations is analysed.
1.5 Rights and liabilities of parties under a contract are identified and analysed.
1.6 Common building contract terms and procedures are identified and applied.
1.7 Circumstances that bring about a breach of contract are identified and analysed.

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Select an appropriate contract for the works to be undertaken.


2.1 Contract, appropriate for the type of construction, is accurately selected.
2.2 Range of documents that collectively make up a contract is accurately identified and prepared.
2.3 Requirements associated with an offer and acceptance of a contract are accurately identified and applied.
2.4 Capacity of the parties to form a binding agreement in the form of a contract is confirmed.
2.5 Factors associated with the parties' consent to a contract are identified and applied.

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3

Identify and apply the factors involved in the termination of a business contract.
3.1 Impact and effects of repudiation of a contract by one party are identified and analysed.
3.2 Agreed definition of acceptance of repudiation by the other party is identified and applied.
3.3 Definitions of unreasonable or vexatious notice are identified, agreed and applied.
3.4 Definition of the conditions for completion at the cost of the contractor is identified and applied.
3.5 Definition of the effect of ousting the contractor from the building or construction site is identified and applied.
3.6 Definition of abandonment of a contract is identified and applied.
3.7 Contracts are terminated in accordance with relevant legislation and contract provisions.

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Administer the contract.


4.1 Contract rise and fall amounts are accurately calculated.
4.2 Progress payments due under the contract are accurately processed.
4.3 Applications for extension of time are processed in accordance with company policy and contract conditions.
4.4 Variations to contract are identified, negotiated and documented.
4.5 Action is taken to minimise liquidated damages or penalties nominated in the contract.
4.6 Contracts are administered and contractual disputes resolved in accordance with contract and relevant legislation
and regulations.
4.7 Conditions for issuing a final certificate are identified and applied

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Finalise a contract.
5.1 Definition of practical completion of contract is identified and applied.
5.2 Definition of defects liability under a building or construction contract is identified and applied.
5.3 Appropriate certificate is issued upon completion of the contract work.
5.4 Documentation arising from finalisation of a contract is completed and secured for records purposes.

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CPCCBC4018
A
APPLY SITE SURVEYS AND SET OUT PROCEDURES TO
BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

Circle as supplied

Ref #

Type of document

Included
- Yes / No

D1.

*** Example Safety Plan or a SWMS for setting


out.

D2.

*** Example List of common Trigonometric


(Pythagorus) and geometric calculations used for
set out of grids, offsets and right triangles.

D3.

*** Explain common measuring errors and how to


rectify.

D4.

*** Example Cut & Fill calculations and how these


are determined..

D5.

*** Explanation of how to read a contour plan.

D6.

Document a closed level run by rise and fall


method.

D7.

Document a closed level run by height of plane


collimation (HPC) method.

D8.

Example Grid set-out plan.

D9.

*** Procedure for building set-out.(Profiles)

D10.

Example Batter level calculations.

D11.

*** Grade calculations in 3 forms e.g percentage, run ratios & angles.

PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATION REQUIRED. (May be video/Verified


photos)
o *** Set up and use levelling devices ie dumpy & Laser.
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o Demonstrate & document a Two peg test.


o Demonstrate & Calculate staff reading from an established R.L.
o Survey & chart a longitudinal section.

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Perform setting out, measuring techniques and associated calculations.


1.1 Trigonometric and geometric calculations commonly used with grid lines, off sets and right angle triangles are
calculated and recorded without error.
1.2 Site set out procedures are carried out according to standard work methods on sites.
1.3 Errors in measured distances due to site characteristics and measurement methods are identified and explained.
1.4 Cut and fill calculations are conducted without error.

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2

Set up and use levelling devices.


2.1 Use of levelling device is demonstrated in accordance with standard operating procedures.
2.2 The error present in a level by the 'two peg test' device is demonstrated in accordance standard operating
procedures.
2.3 Reduction in a closed level run by rise and fall method and by HPC method is carried out in accordance with standard
practices.
2.4 Calculation of staff readings to enable a specific RL set out to be determined is calculated without error.

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3

Mark out and determine levels on a grid for contouring and volume calculations.
3.1 Set out grid and levels are determined.
3.2 Contour plans are prepared from grid levels to specified tolerances and stated contour intervals.
3.3 The volume of solids, the surface being levelled and contoured is determined to specified tolerances.

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4

Construct longitudinal sections and determine associated grades and levels in typical drainage and pipeline
situations.
4.1 Longitudinal sections are drawn from reduced levels and running chainages.
4.2 Levels and 'clearances' from given grades and distances are determined to specified tolerances.
4.3 Calculations and expressions of grades in three forms are determined to specified tolerances.
4.4 Calculations for batter levels from grades and distances are determined without error.

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BSBWOR402
A
Promote Team Effectiveness

Circle as supplied

Ref
#

Type of document

D1.

*** Example Company hierarchy & responsibility


chart/list.

D2.

*** Explain how you ensure teamwork is planned,


performed and monitored to a satisfactory level.

D3.

Example Team Member support Policy.

D4.

Example Team Member Feedback forms.

D5.

Example Company Reward program details.(i.e.


Bonuses, incentives)

D6.

Example Company Policies to encourage & support


team members.

D7.

*** Example Problem resolution strategies.

D8.

Example Company Communication Policy.

D9.

Example Company line management communication


flow chart.

D10.

*** Example complaint & resolution policy.

D11.

*** Explain how you resolve conflict within your teams.


(e.g. subbies/staff disagreements)

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Plan to achieve team outcomes


1.1 Identify, establish and document team purpose, roles, responsibilities, goals, plans and objectives in consultation with
team members
1.2 Support team members in meeting expected outcomes

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2

Develop team cohesion


2.1. Provide opportunities for input of team members into planning, decision making and operational aspects of work team
2.2. Encourage and support team members to take responsibility for own work and to assist each other in undertaking
required roles and responsibilities
2.3. Provide feedback to team members to encourage, value and reward individual and team efforts and contributions
2.4.
Recognise and address issues, concerns and problems identified by team members or refer to relevant persons
as required.

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3

Participate in and facilitate work team


3.1. Actively encourage team members to participate in and take responsibility for team activities and communication
processes
3.2. Give the team support to identify and resolve problems which impede its performance
3.3. Ensure own contribution to work team serves as a role model for others and enhances the organisation's image within
the work team, the organisation and with clients/customers

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Liaise with management


4.1 Maintain open communication with line manager/management at all times.
4.2 Communicate information from line manager/management to the team
4.3 Communicate unresolved issues, concerns and problems raised by the team/team members to line
manager/management and ensure follow-up action is taken
4.4 Communicate unresolved issues, concerns and problems related to the team/team members raised by line
managers/management to the team and ensure follow-up to action is taken.

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