|1.||Articulate the differences between established deemed-to-satisfy protocols and professional judgement relating to performance based solutions;|
|2.||Justify and document performance based solution decisions and prepare and evaluate appropriate assessment reports;|
|3.||Judge performance based solutions in relation to the impact on building maintenance and refurbishment;|
|4.||Evaluate and justify the potential benefits in using performance based solutions in place of deemed-to-satisfy provisions;|
|5.||Analyse ethical and professional behaviour in practice; and|
|6.||Exemplify effective communication with a range of skilled professionals, including architects, builders and engineers.|
|Case Study||Team design project||40%|
|Presentation||Project Oral Presentation||20%|
Performance Requirements extracted from the National Construction Code 2016
National Construction Code (2016)
ABCB Publications, Canberra
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