1 edition of Building construction for National Certificate. found in the catalog.
|Statement||English Universities Press|
|Publishers||English Universities Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 87 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
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College - Appelsbosch Campus 31. Co-ordinate activities to paint by brush and roller; Higher level.• Links The College of Cape Town may provide links to other websites or resources. Erect and dismantle working platforms; Core.• Northern Cape Rural TVET College 119.
Erect and dismantle restricted height scaffolding.• Confirm work activities and resources for the work; Core.• ARTICULATION OPTIONS This qualification has been developed for mobility across similar trades within the industry and is intended to allow for further learning towards supervisory and management qualifications within this and other sectors. Carry out measurements and calculations.• The New Zealand framework contains one equivalent qualification, namely, a National Certificate in Painting with optional strands in Wall Coverings, Spray Techniques, Specialised Coatings, and Industrial Coatings.
Set out tiles on site; Core.• ID 14662: Set out, excavate, cast concrete strip foundations and build foundation walling, NQF Level 3, 6 Credits. Cut and fix tiles to surfaces on site using thin and thick bed adhesive methods; Core.• Also chosen were various African countries known for quality workmanship in regard to e.
Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 2. Cutting and fixing tiles; Core.• Level 2: Canada; South Africa:• 2 Solutions are proposed to meet specific contexts. Candidates must be between 18 — 29 years of age• The Recognition of Prior Learning process will also be applied where learners', who have achieved this Qualification, wish to continue their further learning and enter other trades at NQF Level 3.
• ID 14673: Install finishing components, NQF Level 3, 16 Credits.
• Read and interpret plans and specifications.
• CBM TRAINING PTY LTD 27.
Range: Legal requirements include health and safety regulations, municipality regulations, policies and procedures, manufacturer's specifications, regulatory body requirements, risk and hazard assessment requirements.
• Range: measuring requirements for different surfaces could include linear, square and cubic.