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MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, MALAYSIA

VOCATIONAL COLLEGE STANDARD CURRICULUM

COURSE INFORMATION

PROGRAMME : CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY

COURSE NAME : BUILDING CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION I

COURSE CODE : WTP 3043

YEAR / SEMESTER : 2 / SEMESTER 3

CREDIT UNIT : 3.0

CONTACT HOUR : FACE TO FACE : 5.0 HOURS / WEEK

NON FACE TO FACE :

COURSE TYPE : VOCATIONAL

PREREQUISITE : -

CORE REQUISITE : -

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COURSE OUTCOME:

The person who is competent in this CU shall be to ensure building construction is carried out according to plan and according to the
approved building construction drawing. Upon this competency unit, students will be able to:
 Confirm residential building construction drawing.
 Prepare residential building construction daily work schedule.
 Carry out building construction resources preparation.
 Complete request inspection form.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Residential building construction supervision is required to ensure, among other things, correct interpretation and application of the
design, and of the engineering principles which are expressed in it. In addition all engineering details cannot be totally addressed in the design
phase - even in the most comprehensive drawings and specifications. Accordingly, it is necessary for engineering judgements to be made
during the course of construction.

The person who is competent in residential building construction supervision shall be able to confirm residential building construction drawing,
prepare residential building construction daily work schedule, carry out building construction resources preparation, and to complete request
inspection form.

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CONTENT AND LEARNING STANDARDS

PROGRAMME : CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY

COURSE NAME : BUILDING CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION I

COURSE CODE : WTP 3043

CONTACT HOUR CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

100 HOURS 1. CONFIRM RELATED KNOWLEDGE : i. Approved residential building construction


(20 WEEKS) RESIDENTIAL drawing determined.
BUILDING i. Contract documents. ii. Proper residential building construction
CONSTRUCTION ii. Content of contract documents drawing selected.
DRAWING  Drawing iii. Information regarding construction work such
 Specification as duration, budget, resources and work
 Bill of Quantities schedule determined according to contract
 Cost document.
 Duration
iii. Approved construction drawing ASSESMENT CRITERIA
 Mechanical and Electrical plan
o Air con
o Fire fighting i. Approved residential building construction
o Electrical drawing listed and explained.
 Building plan ii. Residential building construction drawing
o Structure plan analyzed.
o Architecture plan iii. Information regarding residential building listed
o Internal plumbing and explained.

RELATED SKILLS:

i. Determine approved residential building


construction drawing.
ii. Analyze residential building construction drawing.
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iii. Determine information regarding residential
building such as duration, budget, resources and
work schedule.

ATTITUDE/SAFETY/ENVIROMENTAL:

Attitude:

- Meticulous in
obtaining contract document.

- Honesty in the privacy and confidenciality of the


contract documents.

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CONTACT HOUR CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

2. PREPARE RELATED KNOWLEDGE : i. Daily scope of work determined according to


RESIDENTIAL work activities.
BUILDING i. Supervisor daily scope of work. ii. Building construction completion period
CONSTRUCTION ii. Building construction completion period. determined according to contract document.
DAILY WORK iii.Building construction time line. iii. Building construction time line determined
SCHEDULE iv. Format of site diary. according to contract document.
 Activity iv. Building construction resources requirement
 Manpower such as material, tool, manpower and
 Machinery machineries determined according to work
 Weather activities.
 Material delivered v. Residential building construction daily work
 Visitor schedule produced.
v. Building construction resources requirement
such as:
ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
 Materials
 Tools
i. Supervisor daily scope of work listed and
 Manpower explained.
 Machineries ii. Building construction completion period listed
vi. Scope of work activities implementation based and explained.
on work schedule/program. iii. Building construction time line listed and
explained.
RELATED SKILLS: iv. Building construction resources requirement
listed and explained.
i. Determine daily scope of work. v. Residential building construction daily work
ii. Determine building construction completion schedule drafted and compiled.
period.
iii. Determine building construction time line.
iv. Determine building construction resources
requirement.
v. Produce residential building construction daily
work schedule.

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ATTITUDE/SAFETY/ENVIROMENTAL:

Attitude:

- Ability to manage time.


- Ability to plan action before beginning a job.
- Knowledgeable in determining resources
requirement.

3. CARRY OUT RELATED KNOWLEDGE : i. Building construction scope of work


BUILDING confirmed according to contract document.
CONSTRUCTION i. Building construction scope of work. ii. Manpower requirement confirmed according
RESOURCES ii. Manpower requirement. to work schedule.
PREPARATION iii. Subcontractor scope or work. iii. Subcontractor scope or work confirmed
iv. Materials requirement such as according to contract document.
 Grade iv. Materials requirement such as grade, type,
 Type quality and brand confirmed according to
 Quality specification.
 Brand v. Tools, equipment and machineries
v. Tools, equipment and machineries requirement. requirement confirmed according to work
vi. Building construction resources. activity practices.
 Cost vi. Building construction resources arranged
 Material according to work schedule.
 Machinery
 Manpower
ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
 Tools and equipment
vii. Building construction resources management.
i. Building construction scope of work
 Received in good condition confirmed.
 Quality and quantity ii. According to contract document.
 Record iii. Manpower requirement confirmed.
iv. Subcontractor scope of work listed and
explained.
v. Materials requirement listed and explained
according to construction drawing.
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RELATED SKILLS: vi. Tools and equipment requirement listed and
explained according to construction drawing.
i. Confirm building construction scope of work. vii. Building construction resources arranged
ii. Confirm manpower requirement. according to work schedule.
iii.Confirm subcontractor scope of work.
iv. Confirm materials requirement.
v. Confirm tools, equipment and machineries
requirement.
vi. Arrange building construction resources.

ATTITUDE / SAFETY / ENVIRONMENTAL :

Attitude:

- Ability to plan action before beginning a job.


- Knowledgeable in determining resources
requirement.

4. COMPLETE RELATED KNOWLEDGE : i. Purpose of building construction inspection


REQUEST determined according to related trade.
INSPECTION i. Authorize personnel such as: ii. Building construction inspection check list
FORM  Local authority prepared.
 Registered architect/engineer iii. Request inspection form filled up.
ii. Building construction inspection criteria: iv. Request Inspection Form to authorized
 Land/site preparation personnel submitted.
 Formwork
 Reinforcement work
 Concrete work ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
 Brick work
i. Purpose of building construction
 Door and window installation
inspectionlisted and explained.
 Finishes
ii. Building construction inspection check list
 Roofing system listed and explained.
 External work iii. Request Inspection Form filled up.
 Plumbing and sanitary system iv. Request Inspection Form submitted to
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iii. Types of inspection form (RIN, RFI, etc) used authorized personnel.
before, during and after inspection.
iv. Inspection form format.
v. Method of filling in inspection form.
vi. Building construction inspection arrangement.
vii. Quality control.

RELATED SKILLS:

i. Determine purpose of building construction


inspection.
ii. Prepare building construction inspection check
list.
iii. Fill in request Inspection Form.
iv. Submit request Inspection Form to authorized
Site personnel.

ATTITUDE / SAFETY / ENVIRONMENTAL :

Attitude

- Diligent in following inspecton procedure.


- Ability to collaborate and cooperate with other
department.
- Ensure timely completion of work.

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CORE ABILITY

CORE ABILITY

SILA RUJUK LAMPIRAN A : JADUAL PEMETAAN NOSS DAN KSKV

SILA RUJUK LAMPIRAN B : JADUAL PEMETAAN NOSS DAN CORE ABILITY

Tools, Equipment and Materials (TEM)

ITEMS
RATIO (TEM : Students)

1. Sample for inspection form. 1:1


2. Sample for construction drawing. 1:1
3. PPE. 1:1
4. Sample for authorities documents(Planning approval documents, 1:1
Building plan approval documents, Bomba approval documents).

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3. Edward Allen, Rob Thallon, Fundamentals of Residential Construction, John Wiley And Son Inc, New Jersey, ISBN 978-0-
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