CPCCBC5003 Supervise planning of on-site building and construction work :
This unit of competency specifies the skills and knowledge required to supervise the planning process and organisation of on-site work for building and construction projects. It includes interpreting contract and planning requirements and developing strategies for scheduling human and physical resources effectively to comply with contractual obligations and meet planning timelines.
It applies to National Construction Code (NCC) classifications:
This unit of competency applies to builders, related construction industry professionals and senior managers within building and construction firms who are self-directed and initiate and manage complex planning and scheduling.
This unit will be delivered using a online approach. You will be required to attend online classes as scheduled in your timetable, complete all learning activities as set by your trainer and assessor and a range of self-directed learning tasks.
Once you have demonstrated to your trainer/assessor that you have the required skills and knowledge for the unit they will inform you that you are ready to be assessed.
|Assessment Task 1: Knowledge Assessment
|Students are required to complete all questions to a satisfactory level.
|As per training plan
|Assessment Task 2: Practical Assessment
|Students are required to complete a number of tasks and observations
|As per training plan
|Assessment Task 2: Workplace Assessment
|Students are required to complete a number of tasks and observations
|As per training plan
To gain competency in this unit you must accurately complete the following assessment tasks:
If you are unable to submit an assessment on or before the due date you must make arrangements with your trainer/assessor before the due date for an extension and a new submission date. This should be followed-up with an email to [email protected] giving the reason for required extension.
At the completion of each assessment task your trainer/assessor will deem your work to be:
- You have completed your assessment task adequately meeting all of the requirements.
- You have not provided enough evidence to meet all aspects of the assessment task.
Once all assessment tasks have been submitted you will receive an overall result for this unit being:
- All of the required assessments have received a result of ‘S’ meaning you have demonstrated that you can successfully meet all of the unit outcomes.
- One or more of your assessment tasks have received a result of NS meaning that you have not met the necessary requirements for that assessment.
Please refer to the student handbook for further information on re-assessment.
An adjustment is any measure or action that you may require because of a disability, which has the effect of assisting you to access and participate in education and training on the same basis as students without a disability. An adjustment is reasonable if it achieves this purpose while taking into account factors such as the nature of your disability, your views, and the potential effect of the adjustment on yourself and others, who might be affected, and the costs and benefits of making the adjustment.
We must maintain the academic integrity of a course and consider the requirements or components that are inherent or essential to its nature when assessing whether an adjustment is reasonable. There may be more than one adjustment that is reasonable in a given set of circumstances. We will make adjustments that are reasonable and that do not cause unjustifiable hardship to you and our organisation.
If at any time whilst you are undertaking the assessment and you require further clarification on the task or you believe you require an assessment to be adjusted due to a disability or other impacting situations, please speak to your trainer/assessor for further information or possible options. During the assessment process your trainer/assessor can assist you with gaining an understanding of the task, but they are unable to provide you with the response or any answers.
All assessment tasks have been designed to ensure that they meet all of the learning requirements of the unit you are undertaking. They have also been designed to meet the rules and principles of assessments ensuring that all assessment tasks are:
The assessments for this unit must also be conducted in a safe environment for the safety of all students and trainers/assessors. Your trainer/assessor will cease the assessment at any time that they believe it has become unsafe for yourself and/or others around you.
If the assessment is ceased due to safety reasons your trainer/assessor may require you to undergo further training or make further adjustments to the task and/or environment prior to providing you with the opportunity to be re-assessed.
Prior to undertaking the re-assessment process, you may be required to complete further learning activities to consolidate your skills and knowledge. Once you can demonstrate to your trainer/assessor that you possess the required skills and knowledge, they will inform you that you are ready to be assessed again.
Please refer to your student handbook for further information on re-assessment.
If you believe that you have been unfairly assessed and wish to appeal your trainer/assessor’s decision or have any complaints in regards to your training or assessment results, please refer to our complaints and appeals procedure located on our website for further information.
All work submitted must be your own work and not copied from any other source. Any information utilised to assist you with your learning activities or assessments must be correctly referenced and a bibliography (name of author and title of book/publication) attached.
If the work submitted is found to have been copied it will be unable to be accepted as a form of evidence towards this unit of competency.
Please refer to our student handbook for further information.
- [email protected] providing the reason for extension.
Your trainer/assessor will provide you with feedback on your learning activities and assessment tasks after they have completed marking them generally within 14 days of submission.
|Preliminary Task Questions 1 and 11 of this Knowledge Assessment requires you to refer to the building and construction requirements and laws of your state/territory. For your assessor’s reference, indicate below which state/territory you are currently based or located in by ticking the box that corresponds to your answer. When answering Questions 1 and 11, you must refer to the building and construction requirements and laws of the state/territory you ticked below.
|The state/territory where you are currently based or located in:
|Australian Capital Territory
|National Employment Standards
|Types of contracts
|When is it used or necessary?
|The Australian Building Industry – ABIC SW contract is for: While the Australian Building Industry – ABIC MW contract is for:
|Areas of difference
|How employees and contractors differ
|Construction Planning Process
|Resource oriented scheduling technique is for:
|Type of Schedule
The Practical Assessment is a set of tasks that must be completed in a workplace, or in an environment with conditions similar to that of a real workplace.
This assessment will help you demonstrate skill requirements relevant to supervising the planning of on-site building and construction work.
The Practical CPCCBC5003 Supervise planning of on-site building and construction work Assessment includes the following:
A series of written practical tests assessing the candidate’s practical knowledge and understanding of the unit of competency.
A set of tasks or activities completed according to set instructions and guidelines to meet the requirements of the relevant unit. These tasks and activities require you to have access to a workplace or a similar environment.
|The tasks in this practical assessment must be completed in a workplace (or a similar environment) and in the context of a building and construction project which you are currently a part of. The building and construction project must be either be for: E.g., You are a builder, a site manager in training, foreperson, or an apprentice in this project, etc. Please approach your Training Provider for further assistance on accessing the resources required for this assessment. Before starting the practical assessment, record the following information for your assessor’s reference. PROJECT 50 APPARTMENT COMPLEX 555 PENTRAGE BOULAVARD COBOURG VIC Morland city council When completing the tasks in this practical assessment ensure that your responses and performance must align with the information you have provided below. For example (but not limited to):
|Building and construction project
|Project site address
|State/territory where this project is being undertaken
|The goal of this assessment is to assess your practical knowledge of: This assessment has 2 parts: This task must be completed in the context of the workplace you have nominated in the “Preliminary Assessment Information” section. You are required to: Resources required for assessment
Part 1 – Reviewing Building Approvals and Conditions
|Access and review copies of building approvals and conditions relating to the construction project you are undertaking. Answer the following questions based on these documents. After completing this task, submit the copies of building approvals and conditions that you accessed and reviewed to your assessor.
|Iii Identify two penalties that typical apply to construction contracts?
Part 2 – Reviewing Construction Contracts
|. Write a 4-page report on ether the Pixel building or Council house 2 city of Melbourne Trainers should inform the students that information on both these buildings is available from the internet Your report must cover any unusual design practices, obligations that had to be met such as deadlines Construction time frame Sustainability Environmental initiatives
Part 1 Plan Construction Work
|Instructions Each student must complete this assessment tasks on their own and not work in groups, unless the task requires it. The intent of this Assessment Task is to show that students are able to plan building and construction work. Set out the completed Assessment Task using MS Excel and / or MS Word format and presentation strategies. ASSESSMENT DIRECTIONS To complete this task the student will be use their Student Workbook as notes to prepare a construction site project file as the Site Manager for this project. The project can be fictitious but must be commercial and medium rise (Class 2 -10), e.g., a 3-story apartment block. Describe the project: Address and Council List the contractual documentation that you would expect to be included in such a project What zoning restrictions are noted for this site on Land channel? from mapshare.vic.gov.au/vicplan reports (free) List the OH&S/rehabilitation procedures needed to be established on this site? Using MS Excel Gantt chart plot the construction of a basement car park to suspended floor completion. What temporary services would be needed on a site such as this? There are 3 permanent employees on site. Research and list the Fair Work requirements for these staff. What communication skills would be used to conduct planning operations on this construction site, and with who would you need to communicate? Which statutory authorities would you need to establish and maintain contact with for this project, and why? .
Part 2 Site Condition Report
|Prepare a Site Condition Report for the project used in Task 3 Part 1 Site condition report template available from the LMS
Part 3 Review the Availability of Materials and Conditions of Purchase and Payment
|Review the required materials for stage 1 (base stage) of this project and complete the following documents using the templates provided
Part 4 Resource Control
|Using MS Excel or MS Word establish a resource control system for recording visitors, equipment, and materials on site. Your resource control system should provide a reference for certain materials or equipment used at a certain time throughout the project, as well as a policy for implementing and maintaining resource records. Upon completion you will be required to submit:
documents available from the LMS students must fill in a minimum of 3 entries per document
Questionnaire for Students
To be filled in upon completion of Learning Activities and Assessment Tasks for each unit
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS: All responses and comments should be as honest as possible to allow PARKERBRENT to review and improve training, support and services.
- Do you feel you were given enough support over the duration of this unit?
- Did you find the Learning Activities and Assessment Tasks to be?
- Were the Learning Activities and Assessment Tasks delivered in class in a way which was easy to understand and comprehend?
- Did you find the Student Learning and Support Resources relevant and useful for this unit?
- Did your trainer provide you effective feedback and assistance on Learning Activities and Assessment Tasks?