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Introduction to Level 3 and Interpreting Drawings and Data
When you enrol on our Learn Plumbing Advanced Theory Course we send your course binder, a copy of our Course Training Guide together with Module 11-
The Course Training Guide explains how the course is organised and suggests ways for you to plan and enables you to set targets to keep your studies on track...
Introduction to Level 3 and Interpreting Drawings and Data Module is an important part of the Advanced Course because as well as explaining about the work of an Advanced Plumber, it also explains in detail the essential differences between NVQ Level 2 and Level 3 plumbing work. We cover this information right at the start of the Advanced Course so that you can begin collecting evidence towards your chosen qualification at the earliest opportunity.
Once you have worked your way through Module 11 and its Drawing Interpretation Exercise you will be ready to answer the summary multi-
Assuming you reach the standard (minimum 80% correct) we will send your feedback, your Record of Achievement for the Module and the next Module of the course, Module 13.
If you do not reach the standard, do not be too concerned, we will return your Answer Paper with feedback and ask you to revisit the appropriate section of the module before resubmitting your Answer Paper...
Whilst we are marking your Answer Paper you will be able to continue with your learning by studying the Module 12. In this way you should always have a Module to study, even when we are doing our part by marking your Answer Paper and preparing and sending you your next Module and Record of Achievement...
11.2 NVQ unit titles and level
11.3 The difference between training and assessment
11.4 Learn Plumbing’s study-
11.5 The range of systems
11.6 Designing plumbing systems
11.7 Presenting the design to the customer
11.8 Interpretation of drawings, specifications and data
11.9 Use of symbols
11.10 Types of line
11.11 Identification of pipelines
11.12 Types of drawing and projections
11.13 Valve charts
11.14 Drawing scales
11.15 Dimensions and Grids
11.16 Dimensions from a common datum
11.17 Fault finding algorithms
11.18 Using scientific calculators
11.19 Interpretation of drawings practical exercise
11.20 Summary multiple-