Drawings and plans prepare pipes for installation

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Drawings and Plans Prepare Pipes for Installation Perform Minor Construction Works Make Piping Joints and Connections ANNEX A Fabricate Formworks Install stair components and/or pre-fabricated stair assembly Install architectural ceiling, wall sheats/panels/ boards and floor Fabricate/Install Door/Window Jambs and Panels Strip Formwork Components Install built-in and/or pre- fabricated cabinets Perform basic masonry works Lay brick/ block for structures Estimate Paint Requirements Prepare tools, painting materials and equipment Perform Mixing/Tinting of Color Paints Plaster concrete/ masonry surfaces Perform Painting Works Install pre-cast ballusters and handrails Repairs defective concrete and masonry surfaces Apply special cement finishes to concrete and masonry surfaces Prepare masonry materials Perform Painting Repair Work Prepare Surface for Painting Install Framing Works Install Formwork Components Stake-out Building Lines MASONRY NC I Lead workplace communicatio n Work with others Work in environmen t Lead small teams Solve problems related to activities Receive and Respond to workplac e co mmunicatio n Participate in workplac e c ommunicatio n BA SI C C O M P ET E N CI E S Apply problem solving techniques to workplac e Plan and organize work Practice professionalis m Demonstrate work Practic occupational health and Safety procedures Develop and practice negotiation Use mathematical method Use relevant technologies Utilize specialized communication skills Develop team and individual Collect, and organize informatio n Promote e nvironment protection Practice basic housekeepin g procedures (5S) 58
DEFINITION OF TERMS 1. Baluster Refers to a post, which supports a handrail and encloses the open sections of a stairway. 2. Competency Is the application of knowledge, skills and attitudes to perform work activities to the standard expected in the workplace. 3. Cement Is a dry powder from silica, alumina, lime, iron oxide and magnesia which hardens when mix with water. 4. Certification Refers to the process of verifying and validating competencies of a person through assessment. 5. Dowel A headless, cylindrical pin which, is sunk into corresponding holes. 6. Element Refers to the building blocks of a unit of competency. It describes in outcome terms the functions that a person who works in a particular area of work is able to perform. 7. Evidence Guide It is a guide for assessment that provides information on critical aspects of competency, underpinning knowledge, underpinning skills, resource implications, context of assessment and assessment method. 8. General Masonry Refers to the preparation and placement of concrete for structures; finishing masonry surfaces by plastering, chipping, grinding, jointing, sand blasting, terrazzo and other related processes; installation, laying, fitting and setting of masonry products, such as bricks, stones, marble tiles, mosaic panels and similar or associated materials.

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