Part of the series Building Skills.
Site Establishment Formwork & Framing is designed to provide learners in construction with a resource to complement their on-site learning experiences. The content covers units about what to do with a vacant site, setting out a building on that site, and completion of the framed building with walls, roof and eaves in place. Each chapter deals with the main events involved in the process of taking that vacant site through to the completed building, heavily referencing Australian standards, codes and guides as they apply to building, as source documents.
The updated coverage in this fourth edition of sustainability, materials, tools and industry benchmarks, coupled with revised end-of-section worksheets and online study tools, makes this the most up-to-date and comprehensive resource in the market.
The bestselling Building Skills series addresses the key competencies of the Certificate III in Carpentry. Series titles are built for learning with colour photographs and illustrations, online tools, and concepts explored in context to help student understanding. Work Health and Safety (WHS) icons identify critical points for concern and student activities help them apply the knowledge and skills. The worksheets at the end of each chapter are a resource for teachers and trainers to provide formative assessment and feedback on learner progression. Students of building may also use the assessment material at the end of each chapter as a record of their learning achievements. The assessments have been designed to align with the national units of competency in the Construction, Plumbing and Services Training Package.
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