Qualification Unit

Cskills Awards Level 3 Diploma in Bench Joinery (Construction) - NEW

DIP072

(QRN ref: 600/8617/8)

 
Unit CodeCSA L3Occ137
TitleSet and mark out for shaped joinery products
Level3
Credit Value28
Guided Learning Hours196
 
Learning outcomes
The learner will be able to:
Assessment criteria
The learner can:
Notes for guidance
1Know how to interpret information for producing shaped joinery product details.1.1State the potential hazards associated with manufacturing shaped products. Including:
- which Health and Safety preventative measures can be adopted.
1.2Evaluate the different information sources used for producing shaped joinery product details.Including:
- plans, job sheets, drawings, given specifications, schedules, method statements, risk assessments, cutting lists, manufacturers' information and catalogues, building regulations.
1.3Explain the purpose of information sources when producing shaped joinery product details.
1.4Explain how to check information for accuracy and compliance with relevant current legislation and the given specification.Including:
- plans, job sheets, drawings, given specifications, schedules, method statements, risk assessments, cutting lists, manufacturers' information and catalogues, building regulations.

Check accuracy including:
- Drawings match each other, match requirements, drawing measurements match existing work and customer requirements.
1.5Explain how to calculate dimensions using scales.
1.6Explain the procedures for reporting inaccuracies with information.
2Be able to interpret information for producing shaped joinery product details.2.1Use a range of sources to interpret and extract relevant information relating to producing shaped joinery products.Including:
- plans, job sheets, drawings, given specifications, schedules, method statements, risk assessments, cutting lists, manufacturers' information and catalogues, building regulations.
2.2Assess information for accuracy and conformity and confirm its relevance to the given specification.Including:
- plans, job sheets, drawings, given specifications, schedules, method statements, risk assessments, cutting lists, manufacturers' information and catalogues, building regulations, setting out rods, templates, jigs.

Check accuracy including:
- drawings match each other, match requirements, drawing measurements match existing work and customer requirements.
2.3Calculate appropriate quantities of materials and resources required for producing shaped joinery products. Resources could include:
- glass, plastic, fabric, non-ferrous metals, ironmongery, adhesives, associated ancillary items, fixings, finishes, paper rods.

Materials could include:
- hardwoods or softwoods and timber manufactured boards.
2.4Record any discrepancies in information and report them to the appropriate person before commencing the task.Including:
- plans, job sheets, drawings, given specifications, schedules, method statements, risk assessments, cutting lists, manufacturers' information and catalogues, building regulations.
3Know how to prepare for producing shaped joinery product details.3.1Explain the personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements for producing shaped joinery product details for the environment. Including:
- collective protective measures.
- personal protective equipment (PPE).
- respiratory protective equipment (RPE).
- local exhaust ventilation (LEV).
3.2Explain how to protect the work and its surrounding area from damage.Including:
- against damage from general workplace activities, other occupations and environmental conditions.
3.3Describe the materials and resources required for producing rods and cutting lists for producing shaped joinery products.Resources including:
- glass, plastic, fabric, non-ferrous metals, ironmongery, adhesives, associated ancillary items, fixings, finishes, paper rods, electronic drawing methods.

Materials including:
- hardwoods or softwoods and timber manufactured boards.
3.4Evaluate the different properties of timber and timber-based boards.Including:
- durability, weight, workability (bending, moulding), ability to take preservatives, adhesives, finishes, quality of finishes, environmentally friendly.

Timbers including:
- hardwoods or softwoods and timber manufactured boards.
3.5Define the standard available sizes of timber and timber-based products.Including:
- standard sheet material, sawn material, finished sizes.
3.6Explain the range of defects that could be found with timber-based manufactured boards caused naturally and by conversion and seasoning.Defects including:
- knots, shakes, splits, cupping, bowing, rot, pith, blue stain, sap ducts, twist, worm infestation, case hardening, voids, delamination.

Materials including:
- hardwoods or softwoods and timber manufactured boards.
3.7Explain the importance of maintaining marking and testing tools and equipment as the work progresses.Including:
- bevel, square, rule, scale rule, measuring tape, pencil, marking knife, dividers, box square, trammel heads, beam.
4Be able to prepare for producing shaped joinery product details.4.1Select and use appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when producing shaped joinery product details.
4.2Protect the work and its surrounding area from damage in accordance with the given specification.Including:
- maintaining a clean work space.
4.3Select the materials and resources required for producing shaped joinery product details.Resources including:
- glass, plastic, fabric, non-ferrous metals, ironmongery, adhesives, associated ancillary items, fixings, finishes, paper rods.

Materials could including:
- hardwoods or softwoods and timber manufactured boards.
4.4Assess suitable resources and materials in accordance with the given specification.Resources including:
- glass, plastic, fabric, non-ferrous metals, ironmongery, adhesives, associated ancillary items, fixings, finishes, paper rods.

Materials could including:
- hardwoods or softwoods and timber manufactured boards.
4.5Select a range of marking and setting tools required to set out and mark out shaped joinery product details.Including:
- bevel, square, rule, scale rule, measuring tape, pencil, marking knife, dividers, box square, trammel heads, beam.
4.6Produce cutting and requisition lists for the materials required in accordance with the given specification.Materials including:
- hardwoods or softwoods and timber manufactured boards.
4.7Record and report defects found with timber and timber-based boards.Defects including:
- knots, shakes, splits, cupping, bowing, rot, pith, blue stain, sap ducts, twist, worm infestation, case hardening.

Materials including:
- hardwoods or softwoods and timber manufactured boards.
5Know how to produce shaped joinery product details.5.1Explain how to take site dimensions in accordance with the given specification.
5.2Explain the procedure for organising the setting out work in the correct sequence in accordance with good practice and the given specification.
5.3Explain the proportions and uses of a range of different woodworking joints.Including:
- halving, edge, housing, lengthening, scribes, dowelling, mortice and tenon (through, haunched, barefaced, blind, stub, drawbored, wide rail), dovetails (through and lapped), housing joints, comb.
5.4Explain the geometric and practical methods of producing curves for joinery products.Including:
- segmental, semicircular, gothic (equilateral, drop), tudor and lancet arches, ellipses, strings and handrails.
5.5Explain the organisational procedures for working safely.
5.6Explain the importance of requisitioning materials.
6Be able to set out and mark out for shaped joinery product details. 6.1Measure dimensions on existing work and compare with the given specifications, adjusting if required.
6.2Set out shaped products in accordance with the work specification.Could include:
- doors, frames, linings, units and fitments, spandrel panelling, turning staircases, joinery products with single and double curvature details, balustrading, handrails.
6.3Measure and mark out shaped products to the given specification using a range of marking out tools.Including:
- bevel, square, rule, scale rule, measuring tape, pencil, marking knife, dividers, box square, trammel heads, beam.
6.4Maintain and store marking and setting out tools and equipment as the work progresses. Including:
- bevel, square, rule, scale rule, measuring tape, pencil, marking knife, dividers, box square, trammel heads, beam.
6.5Dispose of waste and clear down workshop in accordance with the given specification. - Protect finished work.
 
Additional information about this unit
Purpose and aim of unitThe aim of this unit is to provide the learner with the knowledge and skills to be deemed trained to produce shaped joinery product details in relation to:
- interpreting and checking information
- producing setting out details prior to the manufacture of shaped joinery products.
Details of the relationship between the unit and relevant national occupational standards or other professional standards or curricula (if appropriate)This unit is based on the National Occupational Standard:

COSVR 634 Produce Setting Out Details for Bespoke Products.
Assessment requirements or guidance specified by a sector or regulatory body (if appropriate)This unit will be achieved in accordance with the additional guidance requirements as set out by the Awarding Organisation.
Unit reference numberK/504/7879
Exemption(s) for this unitNone
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