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Tamworth RTO 90162

RTO Training & Assessment Tool


Student Task

COMPETENCY Assessment
Training Package:

MEM05 V10.1

Qualification:

MEM10105_R2 Certificate I in Engineering

EVENT 6a

Manual Production Sheet Production

Date issued to
student

Assessment Date/Due

UNIT/S OF COMPETENCY
This tasks is designated a training task. You will be developing proficiency in the essential
skills and knowledge required for the following units
CODE

UNIT

MEM03001B

Perform manual production assembly

MEM03003B

Perform sheet and plate assembly

For more information on these units of competency please see: www.training.gov.au


REVIEW AND VALIDATION

This assessment tool is an approved RTO tool


This resource has been validated for use with the 2014 commencement Training & Assessment
Strategy
This resource is not for use with any other Training & Assessment Strategy
This resource will be reviewed prior to the commencement of a 2015 cohort
Feedback on this resource can be made using the included task feedback sheet and returned to
the RTO manager for this industry area
Employability Skills

Selfmanagement

Teamwork

Initiative and
enterprise
Planning and
organisation

Learning

Problem
solving

Communication

Use of
Technology

Cross-cultural
understanding

Student Declaration
Date

Student Name:
The purpose and requirements of this task have been
clearly explained to me and I have received appropriate
information as to how to complete this task, along with
opportunities for RPL or Credit Transfer.

RTO Assessment Task

Student
Signature

Tamworth RTO 90162

Assessment tool Description


Event 6 Manual Production - Sheet Production
ASSESSMENT TOOL DESCRIPTION AND INSTRUCTIONS TO ASSESSOR
TASK/S Overview
Students will undertake a sheet metal production project linking in the fundamental skills of
measurement, accuracy, and quality control to produce a folding toolbox. This is part 1 of a 2 part
assessment task to satisfy the requirements of the Sheet and Plate unit.
Practical Tasks to be
completed

Insert Project Details

Practical Assessment
Guide

Insert Project assessment guidelines

Resources for Practical

Various

WHS requirements

Context of and
specific
resources for
assessment

Teachers are to provide a comprehensive WHS induction to the


Engineering learning space, drawing links to the practices in a construction
workplace. Students will be expected to consistently apply WHS
requirements, policies and procedures at school and the workplace.
The RTO endorsed the use of in school safety testing such to ensure that
students are correctly trained in the use of engineering specific tools and
equipment.

The Metal & Engineering Course (comprising of the MEM10105 Certificate I in


Engineering and the Stage 6 NSW Metal & Engineering Industry Curriculum
Framework Course) is designed to develop a basic understanding of the role of the
student in the Engineering Sector. The course and its associate assessments are
designed to develop greater understanding and appreciation for the requirements
of employees in the industry and introduce students to Engineering processes and
skills in basic manufacturing. The course is not designed to develop trade level
proficiency in skills and knowledge.
These competencies are to be assessed using standard and authorised work
practices, safety requirements and environmental constraints. Assessment of
essential underpinning knowledge will usually be conducted in an engineering
work/industry context. Assessment is to comply with relevant regulatory or
Australian standards requirements.
Resource implications for assessment include:
an induction procedure and requirement
realistic tasks or simulated tasks covering the mandatory task
requirements
relevant specifications and work instructions
tools and equipment appropriate to activity
support materials appropriate to activity
workplace instructions relating to safe work practices and addressing
hazards and emergencies
material safety data sheets
research resources, including industry related systems information.
Reasonable adjustments for people with disabilities must be made to assessment
processes where required. This could include access to modified equipment and
other physical resources, and the provision of appropriate assessment support.

Preparation
prior to
RTO Assessment Task

Items required for assessment:

assessment:

In ALL practical exercises where PPE is required as per the Safe Work Method
Statement and/or teacher instruction. Students are required to bring their PPE from
work:
You are also required to supply and wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
and follow the relevant Work Method Statements during the practical components
of this unit of competency. The following approved Personal Protective Equipment
(PPE) must be worn when required:
Closed in shoes in accordance with relevant school policy
Work coat/apron
Eye protection
Heat resistant protective clothing
Ear protection
It is important to remember that the laws protecting the Work Health and Safety of
people at work apply to students. These laws emphasize the need to take
reasonable steps to eliminate or control risk at work. You are encouraged to help in
eliminating hazards by reporting anything that you think may be a risk to you or
other people to your teacher.
Industry validated Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are available at
https://detwww.det.nsw.edu.au/adminandmanage/ohands/ga-sops/index.htm and
https://detwww.det.nsw.edu.au/adminandmanage/ohands/sops/index.htm
Trainers should regular check the DEC intranet site for latest WHS updates and
bulletins
https://detwww.det.nsw.edu.au/adminandmanage/ohands/index.htm
Further WHS information is available at
http://www.workcover.nsw.gov.au/Pages/default.aspx

Additional site
specific
information

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Tamworth RTO 90162

Student Performance Indicators & Assessor Feedback


Event 6 Manual Production - Sheet Production
Assessment Details
Assessment
Date

Student Name
Assessor Name:
Unit of Competency

Discrete
Assessment

Holistic
Assessment

MEM03001B

Perform manual production assembly

MEM03003B

Perform sheet and plate assembly

Recognition of Prior Learning/Credit Transfer


Task Element
I feel I am able to provide sufficient evidence for some of/all of the requirements
of this task and wish to apply for:

RPL

Credit
Transfer

Assessor to complete and retain RTO RPL form, or copy of RTO transcript
Assessment Performance Criteria
Not Yet
Complete

Complete

Able to correctly identify plans for required task

Task sequenced appropriately

Quality control measures outlined

Time plan produced and item delivered within plan

Working safely in training facilities

Hand tool safe use & operational maintenance

Power tool safe use & operational maintenance

Knowledge of WHS in a workshop environment

Job sizes within acceptable tolerances

Quality control measures taken

Work ethic

Demonstration of Hand and appropriate power tool skills

Task Element

RTO Assessment Task

Assessment Performance Assessor Feedback


Assessor comment against overall performance/how to address gaps in performance

Assessment Outcome
Unit of Competency

Not Yet
Competent

Competent

MEM03001B

Perform manual production assembly

MEM03003B

Perform sheet and plate assembly

Assessor Declaration
Assessor Name:
As an assessor, I issue this determination on behalf of the
listed RTO in accordance with the requirements for
determination of competency, having observed and
assessed the required skills and knowledge of the listed
units.

Assessment
Date
Assessor
Signature

Student Declaration
Student Name:
As a participant in this assessment task, I have discussed
my overall performance in this task with my assessor and
agree that this assessment outcome is a fair and valid
reflection of my performance in this task.

Assessment
Date
Student
Signature

Student Misadventure/Appeal
Student Name:

Assessment
Date

I do not feel that my performance in this task reflected my


ability and wish to file for misadventure for the following
reason
I do not feel this assessment was fair or did not address
my needs as a student and wish to file an appeal against
this decision
Follow Up Actions

Yes

No

Student
Signature
Assessor
Signature

Tamworth RTO 90162

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