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Mapping Document CPCCBC5005A – Select & Manage Building & Construction Contractors Note: Assessment is mapped to Assessor Guide checklists Performance CriteriaLocationManage the determination of subcontractor requirements1.1Subcontractor resource requirements are assessed on the basis of expected operations and reference to the business planAssessment 1 (Part A) 1a  1.2Subcontractor requirements are managed, prioritised and documented on the basis of expected work sequence and volumeAssessment 1 (Part A) 1a  1.3Task analyses are conducted and managed and competences are identified from the nature of the work to be done and organisational structureAssessment 1 (Part A)1a  1.4Type and number of subcontractors are determined and a formal subcontractor structure is developed for the projectAssessment 1 (Part A) 1a1.5Industrial legislation and contract legal matters that impact on operations are researched to clarify workplace obligations and subcontractor rightsAssessment 1 (Part B) 1b, 1c  Manage the review of subcontractor performance2.1Existing subcontractor areas of expertise are identified or reviewed to build an operational profile for each subcontractorAssessment 1 (Part C) 1d2.2Information is gathered and examined on previous performance of existing subcontractors, their work profiles and historyAssessment 1 (Part C) 1d, 1e, 1f2.3Reviewing subcontractor performance for the purpose of identifying strengths and weaknesses is undertakenAssessment 1 (Part C) 1e, 1f, 1g2.4Management plan is developed for each subcontractor to enhance their ability to meet contractual obligationsAssessment 1 (Part C) 1kEstablish terms and conditions for subcontractor engagement3.1Subcontractor terms of engagement and scope of operations under the contract are developed or reviewed to ensure contract obligations can be metAssessment 1 (Part C) 1l3.2Conditions to be met under the terms of engagement for subcontractors are reviewed and periodically reinforced with the subcontractorsAssessment 2 (Part A) 2a, Part B 2c (i & ii) , Part C 2g (i & ii)Manage the selection and engagement of subcontractors4.1Subcontractor engagement strategies and processes are developed and facilitated to meet organisational timelines and contract datesAssessment 1 (Part B) 1c & (Part C) 1l4.2Processes for selection and engagement of subcontractors are managed to ensure that equal opportunity principles apply to all applicantsAssessment 1 (Part B) 1c, & (Part C) 1e – 1j4.3Subcontractor short-listing and qualification checking are managed to enable the selection and engagement of the most appropriate subcontractorAssessment 1 (Part C) 1h4.4Successful and unsuccessful tenderers are notified about the outcomes of the selection processAssessment 1 (Part C) 1j4.5Processes for commencement, induction and any required pre-engagement training are managed and implementedAssessment 1 (Part D) 1k, 1l, 1m, 1n, 1oEvaluate subcontractor performance and compliance with contract requirements5.1Systems that evaluate subcontractor performance and compliance with contract requirements are developed and managedAssessment 2 (Part A) 2a5.2Gathering of strategic information about subcontractor performance is managed under terms of confidentiality and security but within known collection parametersAssessment 2 (Part A) 2a Assessment 2 Part B 2c (i & ii), Assessment 2 Part C 2g (i & ii)5.3Performance review outcomes are discussed with subcontractors on a confidential and equitable basisAssessment 2 (Part B) 2c (i & ii) Assessment 2 (Part C) 2g (i & ii)5.4Feedback and appeal systems are introduced and managed to ensure that subcontractors have the opportunity to challenge review outcomesAssessment 2 (Part B) 2c (i & ii) Assessment 2 (Part C) 2g (ii)5.5Remedial or disciplinary action is undertaken against the subcontractor in accordance with organisational policy and operational guidelines where appropriateAssessment 2  (Part B) 2c (i & ii) Assessment 2 (Part C) 2g (i & ii), 2h Critical Aspects of EvidenceLocationidentify the subcontractor needs of the organisation based on an evaluation of organisation’s projected work load and forward contractual commitmentsAssessment 1 (Part A) 1aassess the extent of effective systems introduced to review subcontractor performance and competencyAssessment 1 Part B 1c, Assessment 1 Part C 1d, 1e, 1f, 1g, 1h, 1i Assessment 2 Part A 2a Assessment 2 Part B 2c (i & ii) Assessment 2 Part C 2g (i & ii)implement an effective and efficient appointments processAssessment 1 Part B 1c Assessment 1 Part C 1d, 1e, 1f, 1g, 1h, 1jimplement an effective and efficient management of the system of subcontractor appointments to meet project timeframesAssessment 1 Part C 1k, 1ldemonstrate remedial or disciplinary action for below standard subcontractor performanceAssessment 2 Part B 2c (i & ii), Part C 2g (i & ii), 2h Required skillsLocationcommunication skills to: enable clear and direct communication, using questioning to identify and confirm requirements, share information, listen and understand  Assessment 1 Part C 1f, 1i Assessment 1 Part D 1n Assessment 2 Part B 2b  communicate with subcontractors on all matters regarding selection and managementAssessment 2 Part B 2b, 2c (i & ii), 2d, 2e Assessment 2 Part C 2f, 2g (i & ii), 2hread and interpret: industrial legislation and contract legal matters that impact on operations subcontractor records and informationAssessment 1 1a, 1b, 1c, 1d, 1e, 1f, 1g, 1h, 1i, 1j, 1k, 1l    review tender responsesAssessment 1 1duse and interpret non-verbal communicationAssessment 1 1d, 1e, 1g, 1i, 1j, 1k Assessment 2, 2huse language and concepts appropriate to cultural differencesAssessment 2 2b, 2c (i & ii), 2f, 2g (i & ii)written skills to: correspond with subcontractors develop a management plan record relevant informationAssessment 1 1c, 1j, 1k, 1l & Assessment 2 2h Assessment 1 1k Assessment 1 1a, 1c, 1d, 1f, 1g, 1h, 1i, 1j, 1k, 1l & Assessment 2 2adeveloping and managing subcontract tender and selection processesAssessment 1 1c, 1d, 1e, 1f, 1g, 1h, 1i, 1j, 1kevaluation skills to undertake and manage subcontractor evaluations for the organisation and review subcontractor performanceAssessment 2, 2a, 2c (i & ii), 2g (i & ii)managing subcontractor resources in an equitable and non-discriminatory mannerAssessment 1 1c, 1gnumeracy skills to apply calculations and estimate timeframesAssessment 1 1aorganisation and management skills to manage the development of job profiles and competency statements for subcontractor appointmentsAssessment 1 1d, 1k, 1l Required knowledgeLocationcontracts and workplace agreements  Assessment 3, Q4, 6, 7industrial relations structures and processes  Assessment 3, Q1, 2, 3industry subcontracting system and industry benchmarks for subcontract personnelAssessment 3, Q5relevant licensing arrangementsAssessment 3, Q7, 9subcontractor administration and performance management systemsAssessment 3, Q8 Range Statement Mandatory Requirements:LocationSubcontractor requirements  include: calculating number of subcontractors required by the hours within the timeframe calculating quantum of hours required to perform the work determining total hours required for each function and stage of work estimating project timeframe from start to finish identifying work sequence and nature of job roles.  Assessment 1, 1a  Student is required to determine subcontractor requirements based on the plans providedReviewing subcontractor performance  includes: anecdotal evidence, including input from project managers and administrators examination of data provided by the subcontractor input about subcontractor performance from other organisations observation of the subcontractor on other project sites using subcontractor performance records from previous associationsAssessment 1 1d Student reviews subcontractors performance based on information provided in resumes and applications.   1e, 1f – Student develops and carries out reference checks on applicants   1h Student shortlists most appropriate applicants   1i Students observes applicants carrying out work on another site   Assessment 2 2c (i & ii) , 2g (i & ii), Subcontractors performance is reviewed during role plays conducted in assessment 2Selection and engagement of subcontractors  include: advising interviewees of the outcome of the selection process arranging credit checks to determine subcontractor financial viability ensuring selection interviews with subcontractors meet the criteria providing invitations to tender for subcontract opportunities reviewing tender responses and checking referees undertaking contractual arrangements between the organisation and successful subcontractorsAssessment 1 1j – Student advises successful and unsuccessful applicants of outcome of selection process   1f – Student conducts reference check on applicants     1c – Student develops policy/procedure on subcontractor selection process   1k, 1l – Student prepares management plans and agreements for successful subcontractorsSubcontractor performance and compliance with contract requirements  include: establishment of performance benchmarks within subcontracts participation by subcontractors in project meetings and provision of progress reports performance management where performance is sub-standard or inappropriate performance monitoring against project timelines and objectives regular communication with subcontractorsAssessment 1 1l Student prepares subcontractor engagement terms, scope of work and quality requirements under the contract for each of the selected subcontractors   Assessment 1n – Student holds meeting to present policy to subcontractors   Assessment 2 2c (i) – Student advises subcontractor to meet fortnightly and provide progress reports   Assessment 2 2a Student develops performance evaluation template   Assessment 2 2c (i & ii), 2g (i & ii), 2h Student communicates with subcontractors discussing performance and compliance with contract Context  of AssessmentHow this is achieveddocumentation that should normally be available in either a building or construction officeProvided by OPIErelevant codes, standards and regulationsProvided by OPIEoffice equipment, including calculators, photocopiers and telephone systemsProvided by OPIEcomputers with appropriate software to view 2-D CAD drawings, run costing programs and print copies  Provided by OPIEa technical reference library with current publications on measurement, design, building construction and manufacturers’ product literatureProvided by OPIEcopies of appropriate awards and workplace agreementsProvided by OPIEa suitable work area appropriate to this process.Provided by OPIE Method of AssessmentLocationAssessment methods must: satisfy the endorsed Assessment Guidelines of the Construction, Plumbing and Services Training PackageAssessment satisfies the requirements of the training packageinclude direct observation of tasks in real or simulated work conditions, with questioning to confirm the ability to consistently identify and correctly interpret the essential underpinning knowledge required for practical applicationStudents are observed in a simulated work environment and are questioned during assessment 2 and 3.   Students visit a simulated worksite to observe subcontractors performancereinforce the integration of employability skills with workplace tasks and job rolesStudents are to play the role of Project Manager throughout the assessmentconfirm that competency is verified and able to be transferred to other circumstances and environments.Assessment 1 – 3Validity and sufficiency of evidence requires that:competency will need to be demonstrated over a period of time reflecting the scope of the role and the practical requirements of the workplaceAssessment is conducted at different points in time and is staggered over the delivery period of 40 hours with learning and practice in betweenwhere the assessment is part of a structured learning experience the evidence collected must relate to a number of performances assessed at different points in time and separated by further learning and practice, with a decision on competency only taken at the point when the assessor has complete confidence in the person’s demonstrated ability and applied knowledgeAssessment is conducted at different points in time and is staggered over the delivery period of 40 hours with learning and practice in betweenall assessment that is part of a structured learning experience must include a combination of direct, indirect and supplementary evidenceAssessment includes a combination of: direct (direct observation; oral questioning; and demonstration of specific skills.) indirect (assessment of qualities of final product; review of previous work undertaken; and written tests of underpinning knowledge) Supplementary (examples of reports and work documents)


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