NZQA registered unit standard / 2201 version 5
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Title / Design and construct an assembly jig for wooden furniture
Level / 3 / Credits / 4
Purpose / People credited with this unit standard are able to design and construct an assembly jig for wooden furniture.
Classification / Furniture > Furniture Making
Available grade / Achieved
Version 5 was republished to correct an error in the Last Date for Assessment of the Status Information table below.
1This unit standard may be assessed against on-job or off-job.
2Competence must be demonstrated for construction of one of the following types of assembly jig – spacing jig for divisions, drawer runner position jig, cramping jig.
Worksite policies and procedures refer to documented policies and to documented or other directions provided to staff. These may include, but are not limited to, ways of managing health and safety, environmental considerations, quality, and production, and must conform to legislation. Examples include standard operating procedures, company health and safety plans, on-site briefings, and supervisor’s instructions.
Outcomes and evidence requirements
Design and construct an assembly jig for wooden furniture.
1.1Job specifications are obtained and explained in accordance with worksite policies and procedures.
Rangeone of – space of divisions, drawer runner position, shape of component to be cramped.
1.2Component for which the jig is to be made is obtained in accordance with job specifications.
1.3Component is measured to determine physical dimensions for operation in accordance with job specifications.
1.4The jig’s construction is designed in accordance with job specifications.
Rangeeasy to use, stable.
1.5The jig is constructed in accordance with job specifications.
Rangesize, shape, position.
1.6Dimensions and performance of the jig is checked in accordance with job specifications.
1.7Jig is named, labelled, and instructions for their use are written in accordance with job specifications.
1.8Jig is stored safely and securely in accordance with worksite policies and procedures.
1.9Machine and work area are left clean, clear, and safe in accordance with worksite policies and procedures.Planned review date / 31 December 2014
Status information and last date for assessment for superseded versionsProcess / Version / Date / Last Date for Assessment
Registration / 1 / 10 August 1994 / N/A
Review / 2 / 7 May 1997 / N/A
Review / 3 / 26 February 2002 / N/A
Review / 4 / 19 June 2009 / N/A
Revision / 5 / 17 September 2010 / N/A
Republication / 5 / 5 November 2015 / N/A
Consent and Moderation Requirements (CMR) reference / 0173
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