Jo Richardson Community School. BTEC First Diploma in Engineering Name: Unit 1:Exploring Carpentry and Joinery : Materials, Tools and Equipment Assignment

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  • Jo Richardson Community School

    Edexcel Level 2

    BTEC Extended Certificate in Construction

    Unit 8

    Exploring Carpentry and Joinery

    Name:

    Academic Year:

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringName: Unit 1:Exploring Carpentry and Joinery : Materials, Tools and Equipment Assignment No:1Task:1aGrading Criteria: P1 Performing Carpentry Operations using Hand tools

    In your practical sessions, you will be given a number of tasks involving wood joints. Below, identify and explain the use of hand tools and equipment used to perform carpentry and joinery tasks.

    Hand ToolPictureDescription of how it is usedPencilSteel RuleTri-squareMarking GaugeWooden MalletBevel-Edged ChiselTenon Saw

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringName: Unit 1:Exploring Carpentry and Joinery : Materials, Tools and Equipment Assignment No:1Task:1aGrading Criteria: P1 Performing Carpentry Operations using Hand tools

    In your practical sessions, you will be given a number of tasks involving wood joints. Below, identify and explain the use of hand tools and equipment used to perform carpentry and joinery tasks.

    Hand ToolPictureDescription of how it is usedCombination SquareMarking KnifeMortice GaugeSliding BevelClaw HammerMortice ChiselWheel BraceBradawlHand ScrewdriversBench HoldfastJack/Plough/Block Plain

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringName:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Materials, Tools and Equipment Assignment No: 1 Task: 1bGrading Criteria: P1 Handling Materials, Tools and Equipment

    Using the information you have collected from Task 1a, demonstrate that you can identify and explain the use of hand tools and equipment used to perform carpentry and joinery tasks.

    EXAMPLE

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringName:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Materials, Tools and Equipment Assignment No: 1 Task: 1cGrading Criteria: P2

    Requisition Orders

    Complete three requisition orders for hand tools, equipment and PPE needed to perform given carpentry and joinery tasks.

    1,..

    2,..

    3,..

    EXAMPLE

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringName: Unit 1:Exploring Carpentry and Joinery : Materials, Tools and Equipment Assignment No:1Task:1dGrading Criteria: P3Identifying Materials

    In your practical sessions, you will be given a number of tasks involving wood joints. Below, identify and explain the properties of materials used during a given carpentry and joinery exercise.

    MaterialPictureProperties of Material

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringName:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Materials, Tools and Equipment Assignment No: 1 Task: 1eGrading Criteria: P4Cutting List

    Produce an accurate cutting list with all materials, quantities and dimensions needed to perform a given carpentry and joinery task.

    EXAMPLE

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringName: Unit 1:Exploring Carpentry and Joinery : Materials, Tools and Equipment Assignment No:1Task:1fGrading Criteria: M1 Performing Carpentry Operations using Hand tools

    In your practical sessions, you will be given a number of tasks involving wood joints. Below, create a step-by-step diagram to demonstrate how you made the Lap Joints and The Housing Joint. You must identify and justify the use of hand tools and materials safely to minimise health, safety and welfare risks.

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringName:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Materials, Tools and Equipment Assignment No: 1 Task: 1gGrading Criteria: M1Minimising Health, Safety and Welfare Risks (Merit)

    Demonstrate that you can select and justify the use of the correct tools, materials and PPE for a given task in an approved manner to minimise health, safety and welfare risks.

    EXAMPLE

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringName:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Health, Safety and Welfare PracticesAssignment No: 2 Task: 2aGrading Criteria: P5Applying Safe Working Practice

    Demonstrate, through practical activity, that you can apply safe working practice and select the appropriate PPE when using hand tools, equipment or workshop machines to perform a carpentry and joinery task.

    EXAMPLE

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringName:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Health, Safety and Welfare PracticesAssignment No: 2 Task: 2bGrading Criteria: P5Applying Safe Working Practice

    Demonstrate, through oral questioning, that you can identify safe working practice and select the appropriate PPE when using hand tools, equipment or workshop machines to perform a carpentry and joinery task. EXAMPLE

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringName:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Health, Safety and Welfare PracticesAssignment No: 2 Task: 2cGrading Criteria: P6Identify Risk and Hazards

    Identify two potential hazards when using hand tools, equipment or workshop machines to perform a given carpentry and joinery task and suggest the appropriate PPE control methods to minimise the risks. 12

    JOB:Name and Picture of Equipment, Machinery or ToolsIdentified HazardsLevel of RiskWays to Prevent Accidents

    JOB:Name and Picture of Equipment, Machinery or ToolsIdentified HazardsLevel of RiskWays to Prevent Accidents

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringName:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Health, Safety and Welfare Practices Assignment No: 2 Task: 2dGrading Criteria: M2Applying Good Practice (Merit)

    Photographic record with annotations explaining safe working practice and use of PPE when using hand tools, equipment or workshop machines to minimise health, safety and welfare risks.

    Description of Practical Activity

    Photo of Practical Task

    Name and Picture of Equipment, Machinery or ToolsIdentified Hazards

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringName:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Carpentry and Joinery Skills Assignment No: 3 Task: 3aGrading Criteria: P7Setting Out Rods

    Physical evidence of a third angle orthographic produced as a rod for marking out work ready for manufacture.

    EXAMPLE

    Photo of third angle orthographic projection

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringSetting Out Rods

    Photographic evidence with annotations showing the use of a setting out rods for marking out work.

    Photographic evidenceName:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Carpentry and Joinery Skills Assignment No: 3 Task: 3bGrading Criteria: P7

    Description of Practical Activity

    Photo of Practical Task

    Photo of setting out rod

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringSet out and Cut Joints in Timber

    In your practical sessions, you have been given several wood joints to practice. Below, discuss the selected wood joint. Include diagrams, pictures, practical uses, tools, safety, materials, PPE etc

    Half Lap JointName:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Carpentry and Joinery Skills Assignment No: 3 Task: 3cGrading Criteria: P8

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringSet out and Cut Joints in Timber

    In your practical sessions, you have been given several wood joints to practice. Below, discuss the selected wood joint. Include diagrams, pictures, practical uses, tools, safety, materials, PPE etc

    Housing JointName:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Carpentry and Joinery Skills Assignment No: 3 Task: 3cGrading Criteria: P8

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringSet out and Cut Joints in Timber

    In your practical sessions, you have been given several wood joints to practice. Below, discuss the selected wood joint. Include diagrams, pictures, practical uses, tools, safety, materials, PPE etc

    Dovetail JointName:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Carpentry and Joinery Skills Assignment No: 3 Task: 3cGrading Criteria: P8

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringSet out and Cut Joints in Timber

    In your practical sessions, you have been given several wood joints to practice. Below, discuss the selected wood joint. Include diagrams, pictures, practical uses, tools, safety, materials, PPE etc

    Through Mortice and Tenon JointName:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Carpentry and Joinery Skills Assignment No: 3 Task: 3cGrading Criteria: P8

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringSet out and Cut Joints in Timber

    In your practical sessions, you have been given several wood joints to practice. Below, Identify tools and materials used to accurately mark out, cut and form four common wood joints.Name:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Carpentry and Joinery Skills Assignment No: 3 Task: 3dGrading Criteria: P8

    Wood JointMaterialTools UsedExample of a product that uses this wood joint

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringSet out and Cut Joints in Timber

    In your practical sessions, you have been given several wood joints to practice. Demonstrate, through practical activity, that you can accurately mark out, cut and form four common wood joints.Name:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Carpentry and Joinery Skills Assignment No: 3 Task: 3eGrading Criteria: P8EXAMPLE

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringSet out and Cut Joints in Timber

    Photographic evidence with annotations showing a range of common wood joints cut and formed to produce a simple timber product to an acceptable industrial standard.Name:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Carpentry and Joinery Skills Assignment No: 3 Task: 3fGrading Criteria: P9

    Description of Practical Activity

    Photo of Practical Task

    Wood joints cut

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringSet out and Cut Joints in Timber

    Demonstrate, through practical activity, that you can accurately mark out, cut and form a range of common wood joints to produce a simple timber product to an acceptable industrial standard.Name:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: Carpentry and Joinery Skills Assignment No: 3 Task: 3gGrading Criteria: P9EXAMPLE

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringName:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: carpentry and joinery skills Assignment No: 3 Task: 3hGrading Criteria: M3Demonstrating Good Quality Practical (Merit)

    Demonstrate, through practical activity, that you can accurately mark out, cut and form all carpentry and joinery tasks to a good industrial standard with a tolerance of + or - of 3mm.EXAMPLE

  • Jo Richardson Community SchoolBTEC First Diploma in EngineeringName:Candidate No: Unit 7 : Exploring Carpentry and Joinery: carpentry and joinery skills Assignment No: 3 Task: 3iGrading Criteria: D1Demonstrating High Quality Practical (Distinction)

    Demonstrate, through practical activity, that you can accurately mark out, cut and form all carpentry and joinery tasks to a high industrial standard with a tolerance of + or - of 1mm .EXAMPLE

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