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VBQM713

MASONRY BLOCKWORK

MODULE DETAILS

Module title Nominal duration Module code

Masonry blockwork 50 hours VBQM713

MODULE PURPOSE

The purpose of this module is to provide the participant with the skills, ability and knowledge to apply masonry blockwork construction principles. (Excludes the practical application of reinforced concrete masonry bond beams.)

PREREQUISITES

VBQM697 Workplace safety and industry induction

RELATIONSHIP TO COMPETENCY STANDARDS

There are no relevant national competency standards at this qualification level.

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES

1. 2. 3. Communicate terminology related to masonry blockwork construction. Describe masonry blockwork construction principles. Use masonry blockwork construction techniques.

Certificate II in Building and Construction (Bricklaying, Carpentry, Painting and Decorating, Wall and Ceiling Lining, Wall and Floor Tiling and Solid Plastering) Preapprenticeship © State of Victoria 2007

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Learning outcome 1

Communicate terminology related to masonry blockwork construction

Assessment criteria

1.1 1.2 Discuss terminology related to masonry blockwork construction. Use terminology accurately in work related communication.

Learning outcome 2

Describe masonry blockwork construction principles

Assessment criteria

2.1 2.2 2.3 Discuss the characteristics of materials used in masonry blockwork construction. Identify appropriate tools and equipment for use with masonry blockwork construction. Describe appropriate techniques required for masonry blockwork construction.

Learning outcome 3

Use masonry blockwork construction techniques

Assessment criteria

3.1 Prepare appropriate materials for specific task(s) following manufacturers' or job's specifications, codes and standards. Select appropriate tools and equipment for a specific task(s). Specify and use appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) required when working with tools and materials used in masonry blockwork construction. Set out masonry blockwork for a specific task(s). Use the appropriate masonry blockwork construction techniques to the required standard ensuring safety for self and others. Clean up and store tools and equipment appropriately.

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Certificate II in Building and Construction (Bricklaying, Carpentry, Painting and Decorating, Wall and Ceiling Lining, Wall and Floor Tiling and Solid Plastering) Preapprenticeship 170 © State of Victoria 2007

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RANGE STATEMENT

The range statement relates to the module as a whole. It allows for different work environments and situations that may affect performance. Bold italicised wording in the assessment criteria is detailed below. Add any essential operating conditions that may be present with training and assessment depending on the situation, needs of the candidate, accessibility of the item, and local industry and regional contexts. All tasks performed in the application of this module must be completed in accordance with safe work and current industry practices. This may include complying with a job safety analysis. Masonry blockwork is to include but is not limited to:

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gauge blockwork base blockwork damp proofing flashing ventilation control joints.

Materials are to include but are not limited to:

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cement sand lime masonry blocks damp proofing flashings.

Tools and equipment may include but are not limited to:

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trowels hammers chisels and bolsters mortarboards wheelbarrows shovels cement mixers jointing tools gauge rod profiles

Certificate II in Building and Construction (Bricklaying, Carpentry, Painting and Decorating, Wall and Ceiling Lining, Wall and Floor Tiling and Solid Plastering) Preapprenticeship © State of Victoria 2007

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straight edges spirit levels string lines line blocks and pins angle grinders brick saws.

Codes and standards may include but are not limited to:

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Building Code of Australia AS 3700 Masonry structures AS 2904 Damp-proof courses and flashings AS 3660 Termite management AS 1379 Specification and supply of concrete AS 2870 Residential slabs and footings AS 3600 Concrete structures.

Personal protective equipment (PPE) may include but is not limited to:

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foot protection protective clothing safety goggles/glasses dust masks hearing protection hand protection head protection. storage of unused materials cleaning and storage of tools and equipment the removal and responsible disposal of waste.

Clean up may include but is not limited to:

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Certificate II in Building and Construction (Bricklaying, Carpentry, Painting and Decorating, Wall and Ceiling Lining, Wall and Floor Tiling and Solid Plastering) Preapprenticeship 172 © State of Victoria 2007

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REQUIRED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE

This section describes the essential skills and knowledge required for this module. A knowledge of:

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workplace safety requirements and OHS legislation the characteristics of materials related to masonry blockwork construction the function and purpose of concrete setting out brickwork the function and purpose of tools and equipment in masonry blockwork processes for calculation of size and amount of materials required Australian Standards and building codes related to masonry blockwork construction. work safely following instructions apply appropriate hand-eye coordination in the use of masonry blockwork tools and equipment select appropriate tools and equipment to use with materials required for masonry blockwork construction handle tools, equipment and materials required for masonry blockwork construction calculate the size and amount of materials required communicate effectively work effectively as an individual or as part of a team.

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The ability to:

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EVIDENCE GUIDE

The evidence guide provides advice on assessment and must be read in conjunction with the assessment criteria, required skills and knowledge, the range statement and the assessment section in Section B of the accreditation submission.

Method of delivery

The theoretical aspect of this module may be delivered in a classroom or simulated workplace. The practical components of this module must be delivered with practical applications of skills in a simulated workplace.

Critical aspects for assessment and evidence required

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Comply with OHS legislation, regulations, codes of practice applicable to workplace operations Comply with workplace/organisational policies and procedures Communicate and work effectively and safely with others Select and use the appropriate materials, tools and equipment for masonry blockwork construction Set out and lay masonry blockwork with one internal and one external corner and one opening containing a window or door with flashing

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Context of and specific resources for assessment

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A classroom or simulated workplace appropriate for the delivery of masonry blockwork construction Australian Standards, building codes and manufacturers' specifications Appropriate materials, tools and equipment for masonry blockwork construction

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Method of assessment

Assessment of the skills and ability in this module may be made in a simulated workplace under full supervision. Knowledge may be assessed in a classroom. The assessment may include:

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oral or written questioning related to underpinning knowledge the demonstration of practical skills.

Learning outcomes can be assessed either individually or as part of a team.

Certificate II in Building and Construction (Bricklaying, Carpentry, Painting and Decorating, Wall and Ceiling Lining, Wall and Floor Tiling and Solid Plastering) Preapprenticeship 174 © State of Victoria 2007

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