Btec HNC in Construction and the Built Environment.

Btec HNC in Construction and the Built Environment.

The criteria below are available in this assignment.  Assessor initials in this grid indicate which criteria have been awarded
Criterion    LO3.1    LO3.2    LO3.3    LO3.4    LO3.5    M    D
Initials
Assignment writer to edit grid to match criteria covered in this assignment

Assessor Name:    R Pareccini    Date
Internal Verifier:        Date IV’d:
Date of Issue:    16/09/2014    Submission is:    Moodle –   Turnitin

Unit No.    43    Unit title    Electricity & Lighting for B.S.E.
Grading Criteria    Page No    Achieve
(Y/N)    Assessor’s feedback:
Actions you must take to meet assignment criteria
PASS grade criteria

LO 3.1    Review legislation and standards relevant to electrical installations.

LO 3.2    Justify safety principles, procedures and equipment used in electrical installations

LO3.3    Produce specifications for overcurrent protection devices

LO 3.4    Perform calculations for assessing electrical load and cable sizes using electric tables
LO 3.5    N/A
MERIT grade criteria    ?     Learner to enter Page Numbers before submission

M    Not in this assignment
DISTINCTION grade criteria    ?     Learner to enter Page Numbers before submission

D    Not in this assignment

Assignment Number    3 of  5    Assignment title    Be able to apply legislation and standards to the design of electrical installations.
As a newly appointed Electrical Engineer for a large Electrical Contractor, you are part of the project team involved in the feasibility and provisional electrical design for a new leisure centre block (see attached drawings). You have been asked to produce a portfolio of evidence that includes electrical calculations /design- containment and electrical wiring- switchgear protection – power factor control installation (in a steel factory) and control to building services motors. All evidence should be in accordance with the current Building Regulations and all relevant statutory and non statutory documents.
Assignment criteria:    Tasks
LO 3.1
Review legislation and standards relevant to electrical installations
Task 10

Using the drawing for outcome LO 2.3 -2.4

Identify the relevant legislation and standards related to electrical
Installation work and explain the purpose in complying with these documents.

Provide evidence of electrical work examples  to support your answers.
LO 3.2

Justify safety principles, procedures and equipment used in electrical installations
Task 11
Identify and list 5 major Hazards which are associated with the two
storey Building.
For each hazard identify the persons potentially at risk and the
possible consequences for the persons should the risk materialise
Provide a risk assessment matrix for each scenario, complete with a method statement. You may use your workplace template.
LO3.3

Produce specifications for overcurrent protection devices    Task 12

Produce an accurate layout drawing that includes all switchgear overcurrent protection and panelboards.
Justify your selection of equipment. (Why did you choose MCCB – RCBos- Mcbs – etc.).
LO 3.4

Perform calculations for assessing electrical load and cable sizes using electric tables    Task 13
Using a computer aided software perform all cable calculations for
all circuits (Two storey building plus basement).
List/reference all tables (and pages) used from BS 7671 and On site Guide.
LO 3.5 – N/A    N/A

REFERENCE GUIDANCE
Employer Engagement and Vocational Contexts
Support to enable centres to initiate and establish links to industry and to networks arranging visits to industry and from property practitioners is given below:
Indicative reading for learners

Textbooks
BS 7671:2008 (AM1)
Electrical circuit theory & technology (John Bird)

Building Regulations Approved documents. (Planning portal.gov.uk)

Building Services Handbook ( Fred Hall & Roger Greeno)

Journals
Wiring matters

Websites

The student is expected to research further using the internet (ensure you quote all references)

Important information:
Where there is evidence of plagiarism the assignment will be rejected and the candidate will have to re-submit the work. This will jeopardize your chances of completing the unit.
Work that is not handed in on time will not be graded.
You may hand in completed tasks at different times to those shown, but work must be handed in to gauge the progress being made.
You must hand in the Marking Grid each time you hand in work for assessment.
The assignment will not be assessed unless accompanied by the marking grid.