Learn the use of hand and power tools in the resources and infrastructure industries. It covers planning and preparing for work and selecting and using hand tools and power tools. This unit is suitable for those working in operational, service and maintenance roles, at worksites within the civil construction, coal mining, extractive industries and metalliferous mining. It provides participants with the necessary skills and knowledge to safely these tools in a number of occupations.
Use Hand & Power Tools
The course involves planning and preparing work, selecting and using hand and power tools and cleaning up the work area. Upon successful course completion, participants receive a statement of attainment. Pro Training Australia is not a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) but we are flexible in helping you meet your training needs for this course.
Participants must demonstrate competency in this unit. Evidence must be relevant to work operations and satisfy all requirements of the unit performance criteria, and include evidence that the participant:
- Locates and applies relevant legislation documentation, procedures and policies
- Demonstrates completion of using hand and power tools safely, effectively and efficiently meeting all required outcomes on more than one occasion including selecting and checking serviceability of tools, and cleaning and maintaining equipment
Hand and power tools are commonly used in many industries. The candidate must demonstrate their knowledge in using hand and power tools in a number of ways including identifying hand tools and portable power tools and their application, applying materials associated with use, and interpreting and applying industry and worksite terminology.
If you’re employed in the industry, complete the unit activities using your workplace as an example.
Assessment for this unit will comprise both practical and theory components. Details of the methods, location and times of these assessments will be provided to you by your assessor.
The unit must be assessed in compliance with relevant legislation and using policies, procedures, processes and operational manuals directly related to the specific industry sector.
Assessors must demonstrate the performance and knowledge evidence as outlined in this unit of competency.
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