Evaluate services layout and connection methods for the planning of large building projects

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Assessment Template
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Evidence Guide
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Observation Checklist
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Self Assessment Survey
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Moodle Outcomes
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Registered Training Organisations
Trying to find someone to train or assess you? This link lists all the RTOs that are currently registered to deliver CPCCBC6017A, 'Evaluate services layout and connection methods for the planning of large building projects'.
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Elements and Performance Criteria

ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

1. Evaluate layouts of water supply for general and firefighting use.

1.1. Relevant professional expertise is sought to analyse the technical robustness of the planned solution for provision of water supply for general and firefighting services use.

1.2. Water supply, connection and layout specified in the building and construction plans are identified, evaluated and recorded as part of the building and construction planning process and in accordance with BCA, relevant legislation and Australian standards.

1.3. Installation of water services supplying fire hydrants, fire hose reels and fire sprinkler systems is identified, evaluated and recorded in accordance with BCA, relevant legislation and Australian standards.

1.4. Interconnection of water tanks for fire services is emulated in intent of non-return to original tanks and results are evaluated.

2. Evaluate sewerage and drainage disposal methods and their layouts.

2.1. Relevant professional expertise is sought to analyse the technical robustness of planned solution for the provision of sewerage and drainage disposal methods and their layouts.

2.2. Sewerage connection and layout are identified, evaluated and recorded in accordance with the BCA, relevant legislation and Australian standards.

2.3. Connection methods of main drains to local authority sewers across open ground and within buildings for the whole site, are identified, evaluated and recorded.

2.4. Disposal of sewerage from fixtures situated below the level of local authority sewer for both domestic and commercial buildings are evaluated in accordance with BCA, relevant legislation and Australian standards.

2.5. Methods for disposal of stormwater drainage systems are evaluated and documented in accordance with the BCA, relevant legislation and Australian standards.

2.6. Design and installation of stormwater drainage systems are evaluated and documented in accordance with BCA, relevant legislation and Australian standards.

3. Evaluate smoke hazard management, mechanical ventilation, air conditioning and methods of air filtration and layout.

3.1. Relevant professional expertise is sought to analyse the technical robustness of the planned solution for provision of smoke hazard management, mechanical ventilation and air conditioning, and methods of air filtration and layout.

3.2. Terms used in mechanical ventilation are clearly recorded, stating how ventilation, volume, velocity and content may be controlled.

3.3. Methods of mechanical ventilation, air distribution and smoke hazard management are identified, evaluated and recorded in accordance with BCA, relevant legislation and Australian standards.

3.4. Air conditioning and mechanical ventilation basic elements are identified, evaluated and documented, including the function of air conditioning and applications for various types of occupancy in buildings.

4. Evaluate hot water systems and factors affecting selection.

4.1. Relevant professional expertise is sought to analyse the technical robustness of the planned solution for provision of hot water systems.

4.2. Hot water systems are identified and evaluated according to design factors, types of system, height of installation, area to be serviced, number of outlets and energy sources available.

4.3. Operating principles of various types of hot water systems are evaluated and documented.

5. Identify natural lighting for varying situations and evaluate suitable lighting fixtures for a range of operations.

5.1. Relevant professional expertise is sought to analyse the technical robustness of the planned solution for provision of natural and artificial lighting systems.

5.2. Natural lighting and general aims of design are identified in accordance with authorities and governing regulation requirements.

5.3. Artificial lighting and types of light sources are compared to recommended service luminance for various service situations in accordance with BCA, relevant legislation and Australian standards.

6. Evaluate firefighting and fire detection services.

6.1. Relevant professional expertise is sought to analyse technical robustness of the planned solution for provision of firefighting and fire detection services.

6.2. Authorities involved in the perusal of plans and site inspection for the various building classifications and their roles and functions are identified.

6.3. Requirements for sprinkler systems, fire hydrants and fire hoses for the various building classifications are identified and evaluated in accordance with BCA, relevant legislation and Australian standards.

6.4. Fire detection and alarm systems are identified and evaluated in accordance with BCA, relevant legislation and Australian standards.

7. Determine requirements for general electrical and electronic service installation.

7.1. Relevant professional expertise is sought to analyse the technical robustness of planned solution for general electrical and electronic service installation.

7.2. Electrical supply authorities and the relevant legislation are identified and recorded.

7.3. Procedures for electrical supply and connection to site, and electrical design and provision for services and electronic cabling for the project, are identified, evaluated and recorded.

7.4. Design and installation of emergency warning systems, emergency lighting and exit signage systems are evaluated and recorded in accordance with the BCA and relevant Australian standards.


Qualifications and Skillsets

CPCCBC6017A appears in the following qualifications:

  • CPC60208 - Advanced Diploma of Building and Construction (Management)