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2 The City & Guilds Offering

3 Qualification Code (QCF)
The City & Guilds Offering Core Qualifications Qualification Title Qualification Code (QCF) Level Awarding Body Choose 1 Diploma in Electrical Installation (Buildings and Structures) - Full Award (Mandatory Choose 1) 600/5498/0 (2365) 2 C&G Diploma in Plumbing Studies- Full Award (Mandatory Choose 1) 600/5500/5 ( ) Diploma in Heating and Ventilating - NEW FULL Award 2012 (Mandatory Choose 1) 600/6060/8 (Choose one of the following two qualifications) Diploma in Delivering and Installing Consumer Electrical Products 600/6117/0 Diploma in Repairing Module Faults in Consumer Electrical Products 600/6119/4 WBQ Intermediate LDLLWBAC WJEC Certificate in Sustainable Energy (information available currently, qual live December 2012) 600/6565/5 Choose 1 Mandatory NVQ Diploma in Performing Engineering Operations (6Units) 500/9514/6 Additional Modules of PEO

4 Key Links and addresses
Welsh Government Apprenticeship Website The DfES Apprenticeship Unit has developed information uploaded onto the dedicated website which provides information on the PtA programme, based on the marketing literature currently available. FEIs can access the website to find updates on the Programme Guidance which will be amended during the course of the academic year Contact your City & Guilds Business Manager OR the BSE Portfolio Team OR the Wales Customer Support Team

5 Presenters: Chris Bailey, Duncan Barnes, John Mys
2365:6035:2359:7188 Launch Event Level 2 & 3 Diploma in Electrical Installations (Buildings & Structures) Level 2 & 3 Diploma in Plumbing Studies Level 2 & 3 Consumer Electrical & Electronic Servicing Level 2 & 3 Diploma in Heating & Ventilating Presenters: Chris Bailey, Duncan Barnes, John Mys © CITY & GUILDS

6 INTRODUCTION TO PORTFOLIO TEAM 3
Matt Lardi Lead Portfolio Manager Salim Visram Portfolio Manager Jerry Voinquel Portfolio Manager Matt Simmons Portfolio Manager Duncan Barnes Portfolio Advisor BSE / Green Barbara Ellul Portfolio Advisor Built environment Services Darren Quinn Portfolio Support Co-ordinator Electrical Plumbing Environmental technology Utilities Oil and Gas Built Environment Services Green Chris Bailey Portfolio Manager Rob Mallender Portfolio Advisor BSE / Green Susie Brennan Portfolio Manager Suzie Cave Portfolio Manager Heating & Ventilating Refrigeration Access 2000 Remit: Building Services Engineering Construction Built Environment Services Oil, Gas, Utilities Sustainability and Low-Carbon Land-Based Services Land-Based Services Construction © CITY & GUILDS © CITY & GUILDS

7 PORTFOLIO TEAM 3 – EMAIL ADDRESSES
Matt Lardi (Lead Portfolio Manager) - Salim Visram (Portfolio Manager) - Chris Bailey (Portfolio Manager) - Duncan Barnes (Portfolio advisor) – Rob Mallender (Portfolio advisor) – Darren Quinn (Portfolio Support Co-ordinator) - Matt Simons (Construction Crafts) – City & Guilds,1 Giltspur Street, London EC1A 9DD T +44 (0) © CITY & GUILDS

8 CITY & GUILDS – ‘LATEST NEWS’
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9 Qualification start date
2365 Level 2&3 Diploma in Electrical Installations (Buildings & Structures) Qualification Title Level QAN number Qualification start date Diploma in electrical installations (buildings & structures) 2 600/5498/0 Live 3 600/5499/2 © CITY & GUILDS 9 9

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12 6035 LEVEL 2 DIPLOMA IN PLUMBING STUDIES
Qualification Title Level QAN number Qualification start date Diploma in plumbing studies 2 600/5500/5 Live 3 600/5497/9 © CITY & GUILDS 12 12

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15 2359 DIPLOMA IN CONSUMER ELECTRICAL AND AND ELECTRONIC SERVICING
Qualification Title Level QAN number Qualification start date Diploma in Delivering and Installing Consumer Electrical Products 2 600/6117/0 Live Diploma in Delivering and Installing Consumer Electronic Products 600/6118/2 Diploma in Repairing Module Faults in Consumer Electrical Products 600/6119/4 Diploma in Repairing Module Faults in Consumer Electronic Products 600/6120/0 © CITY & GUILDS 15 15

16 2359 DIPLOMA IN CONSUMER ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC SERVICING
Qualification Title Level QAN number Qualification start date Diploma in Repairing Component Faults in Consumer Electrical Products 3 600/6121/2 Live 600/6122/4 © CITY & GUILDS 16 16

17 7188 Level 2 Diploma in Heating and Ventilating Studies
Qualification Title Level QAN Number Qualification start date Diploma in heating and ventilating studies 2 600/6060/8 Live (2 pathways) Service & Maintenance and Pipe Welding 3 600/6101/7 © CITY & GUILDS 17 17

18 PRICING FOR NEW ELECTRICAL QUALIFICATIONS
Level 2 qualification priced at Up Front – Registration and Certification - £125 Level 3 qualifications priced at Up Front – Registration and Certification - £150 and support our BSE business, and drive it forward APL route prices to be confirmed T

19 APPROVAL FOR NEW QUALIFICATIONS
Fast Track paper based approval from electrical qualifications (2330) Fast Track paper based approval from plumbing qualifications (6129) Fast Track paper based approval from ( ) Fast Track paper based approval from (6128) Forms available from City & Guilds website or local regional office (please contact either Salim Visram or Chris Bailey for additional guidance)

20 SUPPORT FOR NEW QUALIFICATIONS
Smartscreen available – Dec / Feb 2012/13 (2365 & 6035) Level 2 & 3 textbooks – June / July 2013 Next round of winter network events: Cardiff November London November Belfast November Alfreton November Stareton November Glasgow November St Ives November Taunton December Newcastle December Warrington December Wakefield December © CITY & GUILDS

21 Assessor / Verifier Qualifications
‘Occupational Competence of Assessors & Verifiers Relevant qualification in the subject area: Minimum level 3 NVQ or old Advanced craft C.V. of relevant occupational experience CPD record (5 yrs.) relevant to the subject area A1/2 – V1 – TAQA Thorough knowledge of qualification requirements © CITY & GUILDS

22 LEARNER DECLARATION FORM
Completed by tutor and learner as part of induction process Outlines skills and knowledge are gained in simulated work environment States job specification that learner will attain on successful completion States the qualification the learner must attain to be fully qualified Learner acknowledges that they are not qualified by completing this qualification © CITY & GUILDS

23 Example of Disclaimer for BSE qualifications for electrical and plumbing level 2 and 3.
© CITY & GUILDS

24 FUNDING All new qualifications fundable
All current funding information available on LARA Database at https://gateway.imservices.org.uk/sites/lara © CITY & GUILDS

25 Electrical Level 2 & 3 2365 funding as showing on LARA
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26 16 18 funding on Lara Electro-tech
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27 Plumbing Level 2 & 3 6035 funding as showing on LARA
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28 Qualification Update 2356 and 6089 have both been extended until , LARA in the process of being updated Comprehensive review of our current Evolve MC banks for 6189 (plumbing) and Access to BSE (2000). Majority of banks will be live in September Access to BSE (2000) there are now sample questions available on Smartscreen © CITY & GUILDS

29 Plenary Session break out in to separate rooms!
Your chance…… to have a look at the new craft assessments and the practical tasks involved, as well as any issues on the QCF NVQ Diploma’s What Issues do you have? © CITY & GUILDS

30 Electrical breakout © CITY & GUILDS

31 Electrical Installations – Assessment Strategy
2365 assessments L2 Online test Assignment Centre facility and delivery requirements for assignments Relevant question banks (see note*) 201 Health and safety in building services engineering 40 items 75 mins One practical assignment The practical assignment consists of manual handling and the use of access equipment exercises. (similar to ) 202 Principles of Electrical Science 45 items 80 mins 203 Electrical Installations Technology 90 mins 204 Installation of wiring systems and enclosures Practical assignment + supplementary questions Rig based on with additional wiring systems added such as conduit and trunking. 210 Understand how to communicate with others within building services engineering Current 6189 unit 31 31

32 2365 level 3 Electrical Assessment Strategy
2365 assessments L3 Online test Assignment Centre facility and delivery requirements for assignments Relevant question banks (see note*) 301 Understand the fundamental principles and requirements of environmental technology systems 40 items 60 mins 302 Principles of Electrical Science Practical assignment + written paper Science based tasks (measurements) 303 Electrical installations: fault diagnosis and rectification Assignment + Practical task Rig based on 304 Electrical Installations: Inspection, Testing and Commissioning Assignment + Practical tasks Rig based on 305 Electrical Systems Design Assignment + Written paper 308 Career awareness in building services engineering One theory Assignment Working assessment to fulfil the requirements which will give the candidate the skills to pursue a career in the industry. © CITY & GUILDS

33 UNIT 201 HEALTH AND SAFETY This unit is common across all BSE qualifications 40 item e-volve on-line test in 75 minutes Practical assessments on access equipment, handling… Already used within plumbing qualification © CITY & GUILDS

34 UNIT 202 PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICAL SCIENCE
45 Item evolve on-line test over 80 minutes It is the same science as 2330 level 2 or the e-volve test for 2357 but please be aware that this e-volve test will involve a.c. theory calculations. © CITY & GUILDS

35 UNIT 203 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION TECHNOLOGY
40 item e-volve test over 90 minutes Open book with IET On-site guide allowed Questions based on © CITY & GUILDS

36 UNIT 204 INSTALLATION OF WIRING SYSTEMS AND ENCLOSURES
Written assignment questions and two Practical assessments One assessment for safe isolation (this only needs to be done once as this re-appears in units 303 and 304) One assessment for composite installation involving a mixture of wiring systems and enclosures (see next slide) © CITY & GUILDS

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38 UNIT 301 FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES AND REQUIREMENTS OF ENVIRONMENTALTECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS
40 item evolve on-line test over 60 minutes Based on 2399 common unit using updated questions The level of questioning and understanding needed is much higher than Sample questions: The operating principle of a ground source heat pump is a. recycling circulation b. the recirculation cycle c. the refrigeration cycle d. gravity circulation. © CITY & GUILDS

39 UNIT 301 FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES AND REQUIREMENTS OF ENVIRONMENTALTECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS
Answer The operating principle of a ground source heat pump is a. recycling circulation b. the recirculation cycle c. the refrigeration cycle d. gravity circulation. Next question: Which one of the following should be installed when connecting an air source heat pump to an under-floor heating system? a. Non-return valve. b. Buffer tank. c. Heat sink radiator. d. Heat pump interlock. © CITY & GUILDS

40 UNIT 301 FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES AND REQUIREMENTS OF ENVIRONMENTALTECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS
Answer Which one of the following should be installed when connecting an air source heat pump to an under-floor heating system? a. Non-return valve. b. Buffer tank. c. Heat sink radiator. d. Heat pump interlock. So a good knowledge of all technologies is required including system components and operating principles. Centre (electrical) staff who have a basic understanding of the operating principles of environmental technologies should be capable of delivering this. © CITY & GUILDS

41 UNIT 302 PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICAL SCIENCE
25 item written paper over 2 hours Sample items include- A lamp emitting 1000 cd in all directions is suspended 2 m above a surface. Calculate the illuminance immediately below the lamp at the same point if the lamp is raised by 2 m. (2 marks)     (1 mark) © CITY & GUILDS

42 UNIT 302 PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICAL SCIENCE
Another Determine the neutral current using the values shown in Figure 3 below. (3 marks) © CITY & GUILDS

43 UNIT 303 FAULT DIAGNOSIS AND RECTIFICATION
(please do not teach these units in the sequence of the number given to them) This assessment is based on the (which was based on 2330) Involves written assignments and practical assessment including Two assignment tasks based on detailed installation drawings. One practical fault diagnosis practical One generic safe isolation task (which does not need repeating if already achieved) No changes to test board, it is as 2357 © CITY & GUILDS

44 UNIT 303 FAULT DIAGNOSIS AND RECTIFICATION
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45 UNIT 304 INSPECTION TESTING AND COMISSIONING
Written assignment and practical assessment Two assignment tasks based on detailed installation drawings One practical inspection and test practical One generic safe isolation task (which does not need repeating if already achieved) Based on No change to 2357 test board © CITY & GUILDS

46 UNIT 304 INSPECTION, TESTING AND COMISSIONING
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47 UNIT 305 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION DESIGN
Assessment using a design project and written paper Two assignments based on detailed installation drawings One assignment deals with the site management aspects and component positioning The other deals with selection and erection such as cable sizing, maximum demand etc. Written paper contains 10 questions offering 60 marks overall Open book; BS 7671 and IET On-site Guide 1 hour 30 minutes to complete Sample question - © CITY & GUILDS

48 UNIT 305 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION DESIGN
A radial final circuit is protected by a 20 A type B circuit breaker to BS EN and is wired using 2.5 mm2 70 0C thermoplastic single-core live conductors with a 1.5 mm2 cpc to a length of 28 m in steel trunking. The ambient temperature is 20 0C. The installation and supply form a 230 V single-phase TN-C-S system and the final circuit is supplied by a distribution board located at the origin of the installation. Z­e and prospective fault current have been measured and recorded as 0.1 Ω and 2.3 kA respectively. Determine the R1+R2 for this circuit    the value of short circuit current at the end point of the circuit if the circuit breaker will disconnect within the required time under earth fault conditions (4 marks) (7 marks) (3 marks) © CITY & GUILDS

49 UNIT 305 design projects Based on scenarios with full plans to design from Aimed at bridging a noticeable gap which exists between current craft qualifications and CPD or 2396 (2400 in old language) © CITY & GUILDS

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53 APL to 2357 ELECTRO-TECHNICAL TECHNOLOGY
A bridge unit will be devised in the autumn of 2012 which will cover any 2357 assessment criteria which is not contained within 2365 This will allow candidates to move onto 2357 in order to gain an NVQ The unit will cover knowledge elements of 2357 which relate to the workplace such as- Specify organisational policies/procedures for the handover and demonstration of electrotechnical systems, products and equipment, including requirements for confirming and recording handover. Candidates will have to complete all performance units, as well the Environmental and occupational competence (AM2) unit within 2357 to gain the full level 3 NVQ Diploma. These details are still TBC © CITY & GUILDS

54 2357 ELECTRO-TECHNICAL TECHNOLOGY UPDATE
2357 version B’s for all units have been written and are ready for September All version A’s have been reviewed and any duplication of assessment removed to slim down the assignments by a small amount More and more centres are seeing that this qualification is enjoyed by students and students learn much more through the assignments. 2357 is a robust qualification which assesses all unit criteria. Candidates who achieve these units can be proud of their knowledge. Industry is seeing that this qualification gives candidates a good understanding of the knowledge needed to work in the industry Please remember that whilst some units may stand alone (301, 302) some units need to be taught and assessed concurrently (303, 304, 305, 309) © CITY & GUILDS

55 2359 LEVEL 2 DIPLOMA IN CONSUMER ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC SERVICING (Assessment Strategy)
2359 assessments Level 2 Online test Assignment Portfolio Combination 201 Customer Care procedures and techniques when dealing with consumer electrical and electronic products 202 Transporting and protecting consumer electronic and electrical products 204 Installing, testing and handing over of consumer electrical products 205 Diagnosing modular faults and repairing consumer electrical products 206 Electrical principles for consumer electrical servicing 214 Installing, testing and handing over of consumer electronic products 215 Diagnosing modular faults and repairing consumer electronic products 216 Electrical principles for consumer electronic servicing 55 55

56 2359 LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN CONSUMER ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC SERVICING (Assessment Strategy)
2359 assessments Level 3 Online test Assignment Portfolio Combination 203 Environmental legislation, working practices and principles 301 Health and Safety legislation, practices and procedures for consumer electrical and electronic products 302 Diagnosing component faults and repairing consumer electrical products 303 Electrical and electronic principles for consumer electrical servicing 312 Diagnosing component faults and repairing consumer electronic products 313 Electrical and electronic principles for consumer electronic servicing 56 56

57 Other electrotechNICAL news
2377: New IET Code of Practice will be out in November. New questions to suit will be on line in November too New qualification to assess the new IET Code of practice for the installation of charging equipment for electric vehicles available soon (provisionally December 2012) Amendment 2 of BS 7671 due for publication in 2015 A minor amendment (separate insert) may be published in 2013 to include electric vehicle charging equipment Keep up to date with other new and all current qualifications by signing up to ‘Latest News’ © CITY & GUILDS

58 Plumbing break out © CITY & GUILDS

59 Diploma in Plumbing Studies – Assessment Strategy
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60 6035 Theory Level 2 9 Online Evolve Test. (Sanitation is supplementary assignment within practical portfolio.) All with 40 questions. Pass, Merit & Distinction grade for each test. The questions will be formed from merging the relevant questions that meet the assessment criteria from 6129 and 6189 banks. Each test will last 75 minutes. All tests to be closed book. © CITY & GUILDS

61 Health & Safety (Unit 201) Task Description Assessment Criteria
Recommended Assignment time H&S 1 Identify hazards AC 2.1 1 hour, 30 minutes H&S 2 Manual handling AC 7.1 45 minutes H&S 3 Manual handling using lifting aids AC 7.2 H&S 4 Ladders AC 7.3, 7.4 H&S 5 Stand steps H&S 6 Scaffold H&S 7 Safety signs AC 2.3 1 hour © CITY & GUILDS

62 Electrical (Unit 203 E1 Electrical item Identification AC 2.5
1 hour, 30 minutes E 2 Safe isolation AC 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4 E 3 Wiring AC 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4 3 hours © CITY & GUILDS

63 Common plumbing processes
Clipping AC 8.11, 8.12 1 hour, 30 minutes P 2 Tool identification AC 4.1 P 3 Joist notching AC 8.10, 2 hours P 4 Fitting identification AC 3.1 P 5 Copper bending task 1 AC 2.2, 2.3, 2.4 30 minutes P 6 Copper bending task 2 P 7 LCS bending task 45 minutes P 8 Copper frame AC 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 8.1, 8.2, 8.4, 8.5 2 hours, 30 minutes P 9 LCS frame 4 hours P 10 Plastic frame 1 hour P 11 Waste pipe frame AC 2.1, 2.4, 8.1, 8.2, 8.4, 8.5 P 12 Combined frame 1 5 hours P 13 Combined frame 2 AC 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 8.1, 8.2, 8.4, 8.5, 8.8, 8.9 8 hours © CITY & GUILDS

64 Central Heating (Unit 208)
CH 1 LCS pipe radiator installation AC 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 8 hours CH 2 Plastic pipe radiator installation 3 hours © CITY & GUILDS

65 Drainage (Unit 209) DR1 Rainwater AC 5.2, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6 6.1, 6.2, 6.3,
3 hours, 30 minutes DR 2 Soil stack AC 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 6 hours © CITY & GUILDS

66 Sanitation (Unit 207) SAN 1 Sanitary Appliances Identification
AC 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.7, 1.9 1 hour © CITY & GUILDS

67 Cloakroom’ (Hot & Cold Water Units 205 and 206)
CR 1 Cold/hot water Measuring cloakroom CW: AC 7.1, 7.2 HW: AC 7.1, 7.2, 7.3 2 hours CR 3 Cold/hot water cloakroom installation CW AC 7.1, 7.2, 7.3 HW AC 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.5 5 hours © CITY & GUILDS

68 ‘Cylinder cupboard’ (Hot & Cold Water Units 205 & 206)
Cold water storage cistern AC 7.1, 7.2, 7.3 4 hours C 2 Hot water cylinder AC 7.4 © CITY & GUILDS

69 ‘Bathroom installation’ (Units 205, 206, 207, 208 & 209) Cold water, Hot water, Sanitation, Central Heating & Drainage B 1 Cold water AC 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4 6 hours B 2 Hot water AC 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5, 7.6 B 3 Central heating AC 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 4 hours B 4 Drainage AC 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 2 hours B 5 Sanitation AC 1.6, 1.8, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7 © CITY & GUILDS

70 Maintenance tasks M1 Cold water AC 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 6.5, 6.6
1 hour, 30 minutes M2 Hot water AC 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4 1 hour, 30 minutes M3 Central heating AC 3.9, 4.4, 5.1, 5.3 M4 Drainage AC 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 3.7 41 assessment tasks in total included in the practical task record for level Total assessment time allocated for level = 108 hours, 45 minutes Guided Assessment Hours. © CITY & GUILDS

71 New Tasks Electrical Task 3
Three new Electrical tasks have been added E-1 = Identifying Electrical Images Fuses MCBs RCDs etc. E-2 = Safe Isolation Practical task E-3 = Electrical wiring task as shown opposite Wire 3 pin plug and test Make rig up to show the correct use of a temporary continuity bonding lead check continuity. Remove pump Refit pump Wire pump to junction box Complete tests © CITY & GUILDS

72 Samples frames from 204 Common Plumbing Processes Unit

73 Samples frames from 204 Common Plumbing Processes Unit
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74 Samples frames from 204 Common Plumbing Processes Unit
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75 Samples frames from 204 Common Plumbing Processes Unit
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77 Common plumbing Processes Task P-3
Joist notching task Remove floor boards from rig. Cut piece of 150mm x 50mm timber 400mm long. Calculate maths for notching and drilling zones Using set square, multi-purpose saw, wood chisel, mallet cut and notch joist drill hole in joist using wood bit and 110 volt drill. © CITY & GUILDS

78 Example of bay requirements for joist notching task
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79 New Drainage Practical task
Task DR-2 Install soil stack as per illustration. Cut pipes A, B & C to size and install as per centres dimensions. Air test completed soil stack using manometre. © CITY & GUILDS

80 Central Heating Task Changes!!
Both tasks need to be completed. A new rig will need to be produced for the pressure pipe plastic task. Each candidate will: decommission the task from the previous student. Then refit the radiators. make up the radiators and refit all pipework. Then pressure test. © CITY & GUILDS

81 Maintenance Bay for 6035 tasks
Please note: That two adjoining bays can be used for this task where bay space is tight. An electric boiler can be used as a heat source if gas is not present in work area. 3 faults on each system for cold water, hot water, central heating and drainage. © CITY & GUILDS

82 Diploma in Plumbing Studies – Assessment Strategy
6035 assessments L3 Online test Assignment  Centre facility and design requirements for centres 201 Health and safety in building services engineering As level 2 As level 2 (unit carried out at direct entry level 3 only) 301 Understand the fundamental principles and requirements of environmental technology systems 40 items 75 mins Current 6189 unit ( ) 302 Plumbing system installation planning One theory Assignment Design assignment to cover cold water, hot water, heating and sanitation as in , 303, 304 and 344 Design assessment. Supplementary paper has been produced to cover the planning aspect of the role. 303 Complex cold water systems One practical Assignment Practical assessment to cover the installation commissioning and fault identification of cold water systems. Current assessment bays can be utilised and adapted for this task 304 Domestic hot water Practical assessment to cover the installation commissioning and fault identification of hot water systems. Current assessment bays can be utilised and adapted for this task. 305 Sanitation and drainage systems Practical assessment to cover the installation commissioning and fault identification of sanitation and drainage systems. Current assessment bays can be utilised and adapted for this task 306 Central heating systems Practical assessment to cover the installation commissioning and fault identification of central heating systems. Current assessment bays can be utilised and adapted for this task 307 Domestic gas principles 308 Career awareness in building services engineering Working assessment to fulfil the requirements which will give the candidate the skills to pursue a career in the industry. 82 82

83 6035 Theory Level 3 5 Online Evolve Test. 2 theory assignments.
All with 40 questions. Pass, Merit & Distinction grade for each test. The questions will be formed from merging the relevant questions that meet the assessment criteria from 6129 and 6189 banks. Each test will last 75 minutes. All tests to be closed book apart from gas. © CITY & GUILDS

84 Complex cold water systems (Unit 303)
CW1 Install pressure reducing valve and backflow protection devices to cold water outlets  6 hours CW2 Commission pressure reducing valve in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions  1 hour CW3 Identify faults on cold water installations © CITY & GUILDS

85 Domestic hot water (Unit 304)
HW1 Install and commission an unvented hot water system  6 hours HW2 Fault identification and rectification on unvented hot water systems HW3 Fault identification and rectification on pumped shower installations © CITY & GUILDS

86 Sanitation and drainage systems (Unit 305)
Carry out Performance tests on above ground drainage systems  2 hours SAN2 Commission a macerator system  1 hour SAN3 Diagnose and repair faults on above ground drainage systems SAN4 Diagnose and repair faults on a macerator system © CITY & GUILDS

87 Central heating systems (Unit 306)
CH1 Safely isolate all electrical and water supplies  1 hour CH2 Install and commission a central heating systems including underfloor heating pipework  9 hours CH3 Install and test electrical control components and wiring  6 hours CH4 Decommission a central heating system  2 hours CH5 Identify and repair faults on central heating systems  4 hours 15 tasks make up the level 3 practical task record. 54 Guided Assessment Hours in total. © CITY & GUILDS

88 UNIT 201 HEALTH AND SAFETY This unit is common across all BSE qualifications 40 item e-volve on-line test in 75 minutes Practical assessments on access equipment, handling… This unit will not be required if previously completed at level 2 © CITY & GUILDS

89 UNIT 301 FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES AND REQUIREMENTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS
40 item evolve on-line test 60 minute test Based on 2399 common unit using updated questions. A good knowledge of all technologies is required including system components and operating principles to be able to deliver this unit . Look at and review your renewable technologies CPD. © CITY & GUILDS

90 UNIT 302 plumbing systems installation planning
Set by City & Guilds with A & B version. Centrally marked by each centre from model answers. Planning and design assignment to cover cold water, hot water, heating and sanitation. This unit has been developed from previous assignments in 6129 and 6189 qualifications. Delivered as a working assessment. After each topic has been delivered during the qualification. Assessment will take place for each unit. © CITY & GUILDS

91 Unit 303 Complex cold water systems
Task CW1 - Install pressure reducing valve and backflow protection devices to cold water outlets Task CW2 - Commission pressure reducing valve in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions Task CW3 - Identify faults on cold water installations (as in ) © CITY & GUILDS

92 Unit 303 domestic hot water
Task HW1 – Install and commission an unvented hot water system Task HW2 – Fault identification and rectification on unvented hot water systems Task HW3 - Fault identification and rectification on pumped shower installations © CITY & GUILDS

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94 Unit 305 sanitation and drainage systems
Task SAN 1- Carryout Performance tests on above ground drainage systems  Task SAN 2 –Commission a macerator system Task SAN 3 – Diagnose and repair faults on above ground drainage systems Task SAN 4 - Diagnose and repair faults on a macerator system © CITY & GUILDS

95 Unit 305 Sanitation 6035 © CITY & GUILDS

96 Unit 306 central heating systems
Task CH1 - Safely isolate all electrical and water supplies Task CH2 - Install & commission a central heating systems including underfloor heating pipework Task CH3 - Install and test electrical control components and wiring Task CH4 - Decommission a central heating system Task CH5 - Identify & repair faults on central heating systems © CITY & GUILDS

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98 Unit 307 domestic gas principles
Assessed via multiple choice questions 40 Questions 75 Minute test No official practical assessment for the unit  No alignment to ACS No alignment to the gas units included in 6189 © CITY & GUILDS

99 Unit 307 career awareness in building services engineering
Working assessment to fulfil the requirements which will give the candidate the skills to pursue a career in the industry © CITY & GUILDS

100 7188 Level 2 Diploma in Heating and Ventilating Studies - Breakdown of units
Unit Title Level Credit Value GLH Assessment Health and Safety in Building Services 2 Combination Understand how to communicate with other in BSE Knowledge Understand how to apply environmental protection measures within BSE Understand how to apply scientific principles within MES Cold water installation and maintenance Hot water installation and maintenance Heating system installation © CITY & GUILDS 100 100

101 7188 Level 2 Diploma in Heating and Ventilating Studies - Breakdown of units
Unit Title Level Credit Value GLH Assessment Chilled water installation 2 Combination Ventilating and air conditioning Site preparation and pipework fabrication techniques and principles Knowledge IC Fire protection systems (pipework) installation techniques Introduction to fuel types Environmental Awareness 3 IC compressed air system installation techniques © CITY & GUILDS 101 101

102 Level 3 Diploma in Heating and Ventilating Studies - Breakdown of units
Unit Title Level Credit Value GLH Assessment Understand the fundamental principles and requirements of environmental technology systems 3 2 15 Combination Complex industrial and commercial hot and cold water systems 21 Knowledge Complex industrial and commercial ventilating and air conditioning systems 52 Complex industrial and commercial heating systems 61 Fuel supply for industrial and commercial systems 59 Decommissioning and commissioning industrial and commercial systems 51 Career awareness in building services engineering 20 Service and maintenance of industrial and commercial systems 63 © CITY & GUILDS 102 102

103 Level 3 Diploma in Heating and Ventilating Studies - Breakdown of units
Unit Title Level Credit Value GLH Assessment Servicing and maintaining industrial and commercial systems 3 81 Combination Electrical principles for industrial and commercial systems 53 Knowledge Principles of pipework welding 54 Complex industrial and commercial hot and cold water systems 152 © CITY & GUILDS 103 103

104 Re-group- Plumbing & electrical
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105 Plenary Session Your chance…… to have your say on current & new qualification issues!! What Issues do you have share your thoughts from todays event? © CITY & GUILDS

106 Electronic Portfolios
For more information please contact Kirsten Train: Tel: alternatively please contact your local City & Guilds Business Manager. © CITY & GUILDS 106

107 Believe you can & you will achieve!!
Coming soon . . . Wide range of new qualifications and support materials Diagnostic tests for BSE E- Learning/wider publications Mobile phone applications Enhanced logbooks on Learning Assistant © CITY & GUILDS

108 WORLD WIDE COMPANIES THAT CHOOSE TO WORK WITH CITY AND GUILDS AN INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNOISED BRAND!

109 ANY QUESTIONS ???????? For follow up visits in your College or Centre please contact your advisors directly to book a visit: = Duncan Barnes :- BSE for Southern England, Wales and Northern Ireland = Robert Mallender :- BSE for Northern England and Scotland © CITY & GUILDS

110 Thank you vid

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