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NZQF NQ Ref

1619

Version

1

Page of



National Certificate in Frame and Truss Manufacture (Level 3)





Level

3

Credits

76



Purpose

The National Certificate in Frame and Truss Manufacture (Level 3) [Ref: 1619] is designed for people who want to work in the frame and truss manufacturing industry. It also provides a means of recognising current competence for those already working in the industry.


The qualification includes a Compulsory section which recognises the core skills and knowledge required by industry for frame and truss manufacturers. These skills and knowledge relate to first aid; knowledge of timber; reading and interpreting plans; performing calculations; use of tools and equipment; making up orders for materials; marking, setting out and assembling wall frames and roof trusses; and packaging and stacking prefabricated timber products.
Elective 1 provides a choice of standards covering health and safety and environmental practices, and Elective 2 covers cutting components for wall frames and roof trusses, allowing candidates to choose between manual or computer controlled methods depending on the requirements of their workplace.
The optional standards are for on-site health and safety practice or maintenance of wall frame assembly machinery.
This qualification stands alone as recognition of competence in frame and truss manufacturing, while sharing standards with the National Certificate in Carpentry (Level 4) [Ref: 0016], allowing movement between industries. It also provides the trade knowledge and skills for those wishing to move into supervisory roles within the industry.

Replacement Information

This qualification replaced the National Certificate in Frame and Truss Manufacturing (Level 3) with strands in Frame Manufacture, and Truss Manufacture [Ref: 1124].



Special Notes





  1. Due to the health and safety requirements of the sites in which these trade skills are applied, people entering programmes of education and training leading to the award of this qualification must demonstrate the capacity to understand any and all requirements, instructions, and communications (oral, written and graphic), to the required industry level. This might be evidenced by standards or achievement standards from the Communication Skills and English subfields at Level 2 or above, or the demonstration of equivalent knowledge and skills.

2 Recognition of current competence acknowledges the skills and knowledge gained from work and experience, or from courses or study undertaken. Assessment of recognition of current competence may be conducted by an assessor appointed by the Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation, or an accredited provider.


Application for recognition of current competence may be initiated by contacting the Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation.

Credit Range





Compulsory

Elective 1

Elective 2

Optional

Level 2 credits

7

-

-

-

Level 3 credits

60

0-3

6-8

0-6

Level 4 credits

-

0-4

-

-

Minimum totals

67

3-4

6-8

0



Requirements for Award of Qualification





Award of NZQF National Qualifications
Credit gained for a standard may be used only once to meet the requirements of this qualification.
Unit standards and achievement standards that are equivalent in outcome are mutually exclusive for the purpose of award. The table of mutually exclusive standards is provided on the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) website: http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/standards/standards-exclusion-list/.
Reviewed standards that continue to recognise the same overall outcome are registered as new versions and retain their identification number (ID). Any version of a standard with the same ID may be used to meet qualification requirements that list the ID and/or that specify the past or current classification of the standard.


Summary of Requirements


  • Elective 1 – A minimum of 1 standard as specified

  • Elective 2 – A minimum of 1 standard as specified


Detailed Requirements
Compulsory

The following standards are required


Health > Health Studies > First Aid

ID

Title

Level

Credit

26551

Provide first aid for life threatening conditions

2

1

26552

Demonstrate knowledge of common first aid conditions and how to respond to them

2

1

Planning and Construction > Construction Trades > Building, Construction, and Allied Trades Skills



ID

Title

Level

Credit

22607

Read and interpret plans, working drawings and specifications for BCATS projects

2

3

Planning and Construction > Construction Trades > Carpentry



ID

Title

Level

Credit

21004

Make up orders for materials used to manufacture prefabricated frames and trusses

3

3

21006

Use and maintain a power-assisted fastening tool for frame and truss manufacture

3

3

21008

Manually set out and mark timber framing plates for fabrication from shop drawings

3

4

21011

Assemble roof trusses in a controlled environment

3

12

21015

Assemble wall frames in a controlled environment

3

8

Planning and Construction > Construction Trades > Carpentry Theory



ID

Title

Level

Credit

12998

Demonstrate knowledge of carpentry hand tools

3

4

12999

Demonstrate knowledge of timber machining equipment used on construction sites

3

3

13000

Demonstrate knowledge of portable power tools used on construction sites

3

4

13002

Demonstrate knowledge of timber used in construction

3

2

21005

Demonstrate knowledge of, and package and stack, prefabricated timber products

2

2

24378

Perform building calculations

3

4

26885

Demonstrate knowledge of setting out and assembling roof trusses in a controlled environment

3

8

26886

Demonstrate knowledge of setting out and assembling wall frames in a controlled environment

3

5


Elective 1

A minimum of 1 standard


Planning and Construction > Construction Trades > Core Construction

ID

Title

Level

Credit

26039

Demonstrate knowledge of safe working and environmental practices in construction industry manufacturing workplaces

3

3

26040

Carry out safe working and environmental practices in construction industry manufacturing workplaces

4

4


Elective 2

A minimum of 1 standard


Planning and Construction > Construction Trades > Carpentry

ID

Title

Level

Credit

26883

Demonstrate knowledge of and use computer-controlled wall frame and roof truss component cutting machinery

3

6

26884

Produce wall frame and roof truss components by interpreting drawings and lists and using manually operated saws

3

8


Optional standards

The following standards are optional


Planning and Construction > Construction Trades > Carpentry

ID

Title

Level

Credit

21007

Use and maintain a wall frame assembly machine

3

3

Planning and Construction > Construction Trades > Core Construction



ID

Title

Level

Credit

12997

Demonstrate knowledge of safe working practices on construction sites

3

3



Transition Arrangements



Version 1
The National Certificate in Frame and Truss Manufacture (Level 3) [Ref: 1619] was issued following review of the National Certificate in Frame and Truss Manufacturing (Level 3) with strands in Frame Manufacture, and Truss Manufacture [Ref: 1124], in order to reflect the current needs of industry. Major changes to structure necessitated the issue of a new qualification.
Differences between qualifications

  • Standards 21008, 21015 and 21012 from the Frame Manufacture strand, and standard 21011 from the Truss Manufacture strand were incorporated into the Compulsory section of this qualification Ref: 1619.

  • This qualification comprises of two Elective sections and an Optional section.

  • The total credits in the replaced qualification Ref: 1124 were 55-59, and have increased to 76 in this qualification Ref: 1619.

  • Standards 6400, 6401 and 6401 were replaced by standards 26551 and 26552 and included in the compulsory section of this qualification Ref: 1619.

  • Standards 22607, 24378, 26885 and 26886 were included in the Compulsory section of this qualification Ref: 1619.

  • Standards 26039 and 26040 were included in Elective 1 of this qualification Ref: 1619.

  • Standards 26883 and 26884 were included in Elective 2 of this qualification Ref: 1619.

  • Standards 12997 were included in the Optional section of this qualification Ref: 1619.

  • Standards 13001, 13013, 13035, 21009, 20101 and 21012-21014 from qualification Ref: 1224, have been designated expiring and so were not included in this qualification Ref: 1619.

For detailed information see Review Summaries on the NZQA website.


This qualification contains standards that replace earlier standards. For the purposes of this qualification, people who have gained credit for the expiring standards are exempt from the requirement to gain credit for the replacement standards – see table below.


Credit for

Exempt from

6400

26551, 26552

6401

26552

6402

26551

People currently working towards the National Certificate in Frame and Truss Manufacturing (Level 3) with strands in Frame Manufacture, and Truss Manufacture [Ref: 1124], may either complete the requirements for that qualification or transfer their results to the National Certificate in Frame and Truss Manufacture (Level 3) [Ref: 1619].


Final date for entry to training programmes for the National Certificate in Frame and Truss Manufacturing (Level 3) with strands in Frame Manufacture, and Truss Manufacture [Ref: 1124], is 30 June 2011.
Final date for assessment of the National Certificate in Frame and Truss Manufacturing (Level 3) with strands in Frame Manufacture, and Truss Manufacture [Ref: 1124], is 31 December 2012.
It is the intention of the BCITO that no existing candidate is disadvantaged by these transition arrangements. Any person who considers they have been disadvantaged should contact the BCITO at the address given below.

NZQF National Qualification Registration Information





Process

Version

Date

Last Date for Assessment

Registration

1

February 2011

N/A



Standard Setting Body

Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation

PO Box 2615

Wellington 6140


Telephone 04 381 6430

Email national.office@bcito.org.nz

Website http://www.bcito.org.nz

Planned Review

Any person or organisation may contribute to the review of this qualification by sending feedback to the standard setting body at the above address.




Next Review

2016



Other standard setting bodies whose standards are included in the qualification

NZQA


Certification

This certificate will display the logos of NZQA, the Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation and the organisation that has been granted consent to assess against standards that meet the requirements of the qualification (accredited).


Classification
This qualification is classified according to the classification system listed on the Directory of Assessment Standards (DAS) and the New Zealand Standard Classification of Education (NZSCED) system as specified below.

 


DAS Classification

NZSCED

Code

Description

Code

Description

51

Planning and Construction > Construction Trades > Carpentry

040311

Architecture and Building > Building > Carpentry and Joinery




Quality Management Systems

Providers and Industry Training Organisations must be granted consent to assess by a recognised Quality Assurance Body before they can register credits from assessment against standards. Accredited providers and Industry Training Organisations assessing against standards must engage with the moderation system that applies to those standards. Accreditation requirements and the moderation system are outlined in the associated Accreditation and Moderation Action Plan (AMAP) for each standard.






Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation

SSB Code 101562



Ó New Zealand Qualifications Authority 2016





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