This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required for a detail draftsperson producing specialist engineering drawings within an engineering or manufacturing work environment. Jake has the ability to apply mathematical techniques in a manufacturing and engineering environment. He is able to produce drawings for mechanical services and product electrical schematic drawings. His set of skills and knowledge can be seen below.

MEM16006A Organise and communicate information

Jake is capable of accessing, organising, analyse and communicating information related to processes or tasks. He can communicate organised information using established workplace methods

MEM16008A Interact with computing technology

Jake is capable of accessing, inputting and storing information used in manufacturing, engineering or related environments, using computing technology. He is able to determine job requirements, access information/data, input information/data, store information/data, and access assistance as required

MEM30012A Apply mathematical techniques in a manufacturing engineering or related environment

Jake has the ability to apply the concepts of mathematics to appropriate and simple engineering situations within the individual's area of engineering expertise. He can use concepts of arithmetic in the solution of engineering problems; solve engineering problems involving algebraic expressions with one independent variable; use two-dimensional geometry to solve practical problems; use trigonometry to solve practical problems; graph linear functions; solve quadratic equations; and perform basic statistical calculations

MSAENV272B Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

Jake has the ability to effectively measure current resource use and carry out improvements including those reducing negative environmental impacts of work practices. Jake can identify current resource use and environmental issues, he always complies with environmental regulations and seeks opportunities to improve environmental practices and resource efficiency

MEM09002B Interpret technical drawing

Jake has the ability to select correct technical drawing and interpret technical drawing

MEM09202A Produce freehand sketches

Jake is able to complete freehand sketches to illustrate or communicate information to be used in engineering drafting applications, including standard drawing conventions and techniques to represent the subject in appropriate proportion and view. He can determine sketch requirements; create simple sketches of pictorial, orthographic and sectional views; produce sketches of geometric shaped objects; and produce pictorial sketches of engineering components

MEM09204A Produce basic engineering detail drawings

Jake has the ability to identify and determine drawing requirements, preparing engineering drawings and an engineering parts list, produce detail drawing and issuing the drawings. Drawings include 2-D drawings to Australian Standard (AS) 1100.101–1992 Technical drawing – General principles

MEM09205A Produce electrical schematic drawings

Jake has the ability to produce electrical schematic drawings to comply with Australian Standard (AS) 1102.101–1989 Graphical symbols for electrotechnical documentation – General information and general index, or equivalent, using predetermined design specifications. He is capable of carrying out the production of layout or block diagrams to show the physical arrangement of components. Jake can determine schematic drawing requirements; identify system requirements; prepare electrical drawings and diagrams; prepare materials list; and consult appropriately with other disciplines

MEM09206A Produce drawings for mechanical services

Jake has the ability to determine drawing requirements; produce detailed engineering drawings for the installation of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC/R) systems within the mechanical services industry; identify HVAC/R measuring and control devices; produce drawings for installation of heating and cooling systems; produce drawings for installation of air conditioning and exhaust systems; produce drawings for installation of refrigeration systems; and consult appropriately with other disciplines

MEM09207A Produce drawings for reticulated services

Jake is able to determine drawing requirements and produce detailed engineering drawings for the installation of reticulated services such as water, gas, refrigeration, steam, compressed air and other services requiring reticulated pipework, flues or ducts in commercial and industrial buildings. Drawings are completed to relevant Australian Standards

MEM09208A Detail fasteners and locking devices in mechanical drawings

Jake is able to produce detailed engineering drawings containing fastening and locking devices. He can determine drawing requirements Identify system requirements, prepare detail drawing and document and store drawings

MEM09209A Detail bearings, seals and other componentry in mechanical drawings

Jake is able to determine drawing requirements, identify system requirements, prepare detail drawing and produce detailed engineering drawings containing bearings and mechanical seals, engineering keys and keyways, holes and shafts to provide specific clearances by applying general tolerances, and confirming the geometric shape of components by applying geometric tolerances

MEM09210A Create 3-D solid models using computer-aided design (CAD) system

Jake is capable of preparing the 3-D computer-aided drafting (CAD) environment, creating and modifying 3-D solid models, and producing output from the 3-D model. He can determine solid modelling requirements and complete CAD operations

MEM09211A Produce drawings or models for industrial piping

Jake has the ability to produce detailed, isometric and assembly drawings or models for the installation of industrial piping (drawings/models are fully dimensioned and notated). He can determine work requirements, analyse piping system components, produce drawings/models for installation of industrial piping systems and complete drawing/model tasks

MEM09212A Produce detailed drawings of steel to non-steel connections

Jake has the ability to produce detailed engineering drawings for connections of non-steel to steel components. Drawings are completed to relevant Australian Standards (AS). He can determine drawing requirements, identify features of components and connections, detail steel and non-steel connections and complete drawings

MEM30031A Operate computer-aided design (CAD) system to produce basic drawing elements

Jake has the ability to apply functions of computer-aided design (CAD) software programs that are typically used in the production of detail drawings. He can confirm drawing requirements, identify key features of CAD software, access software and set up for drawing work, produce basic drawing elements and complete CAD operations

MEM30032A Produce basic engineering drawings

Jake is capable of producing drawings or similar graphical representations where the critical dimensions and associated tolerances and design specifications are predetermined. He can identify drawing requirements, select drawing features, prepare and detail drawings, select physical dimensions and produce engineering parts list and complete drawing documentation

MEM30033A Use computer-aided design (CAD) to create and display 3-D models

Jake is capable of using a computer-aided design (CAD) program to produce and plot basic 3-D view drawings. He can confirm drawing requirements, create and display 3-D views, detail 3-D models and save completed drawing file in various formats

MSATCS301A Interpret architectural and engineering design specifications for structural steel detailing

Jake has the ability to interpret design related information required for the commencement of a structural steel detailing project. He can obtain and check adequacy of design related information for structural steel detailing purpose and obtain additional information where required

MSATCS501A Detail standardised structural connections

Jake has the ability to identify bolted or welded connections for structural steelwork that is consistent with design specifications and to detail these connections in structural steelwork detailed drawings. He is able to determine shop and field connections from design drawings; identify required connections; detail connections; detail purlin and girt cleats; detail haunches for portal frame buildings; detail column base plates; and detail steel to non-steel connections

MSATCS504A Detail ancillary steelwork

Jake is able to detail steelwork ancillary to, or separate from, the main structural elements and their connections in a steel framed building or industrial construction. He is able to detail stairways, platforms, ladders and landings