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CPPSIS4036A Operate spatial software applications
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2

CPPSIS4037A Produce computer
-
aided drawings

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8

CPPSIS4038A Prepare and present GIS data

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15

CPPSIS5060A Use complex spreadsheets for spatial information

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21

CPPSIS5061A Locate underground services in surveying practice

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29

CPPSIS5062A Conduct photogrammetric mapping

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37

CPPSIS5063A Produce GIS data
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42

CPPSIS5064A Manipulate and analyse GIS data

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50

CPPSIS6041A Compile mine survey plans

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56

CPPSIS6042A Coordinate information gathering and GIS development

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64

CPPSIS6043A Develop, monitor and maintain geographic information systems

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72

CPPSIS6044A Manage GIS data

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79

CPPSIS4036A Operate spatial software applications

2

CPPSIS4
03
6
A

Operate s
patial

software applications

Unit descriptor

This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to
operate s
patial

software applications. It requires technical
ability in the use of IT equipment, as well as an understanding
of how to use it, to satisfy key
task requirements. Functions
would be carried out within organisational guidelines.

No licensing, legislative and regulatory requirements apply to
this unit at the time of endorsement.

Employability skills

This unit contains employability skills.

Prerequ
isite units

Nil

Application of the unit

This unit of competency supports the application of
t
he skills
and knowledge
required

in supporting positions
in the

surveying and spatial information services

(SSIS)
industries
.

Unit sector

S
urveying and s
patial
information services


ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

Elements describe the essential
outcomes of a unit of
competency.

Performance criteria describe the required performance needed to
demonstrate achievement of the element. Where
bold

italicised

text is us
ed,
further information is detailed in the required skills and knowledge and/or
the range statement. Assessment of performance is to be consistent with the
evidence guide.

1

Determine and select
appropriate software
for the spatial

task.

1.1

Task

purpose and

objectives

and principal work activities
are defined.

1.2

Appropriate
software application

package is selected

to
complete the
spatial

task
.

1.
3

A
udience and presentation requirements are identified and
clarified
where necessary
with relevant
personnel
.

1.4

OHS requirements to be followed are planned.

2

Select and apply
methodology to
conduct spatial task
.

2.1

Methodology for work activities
that
support task
objectives is selected.

2.2

Resource
s

are i
dentified
to support methodology selection.

2.
3

Required
c
ontrol

structures

are applied.

2.
4

Technical

functions
,
other

data

and

formatting

are used
to complete the spatial task
,

and
are
recorded according to
the

task
objectives
.

2.
5

Checks

are completed according
to organisational
practices.

CPPSIS4036A Operate spatial software applications

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ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

3

Finalise the task.

3.1

Documents are named and stored in appropriate directories
or folders.

3.2

R
equired documentation is completed according to
organisational

guidelines
.


REQUIRED SKILLS AND
KNOWLEDGE

This section describes the essential skills and
knowledge and their level, required for this unit.

Required skills



communication skills to:



determine the software requirements of a spatial project



discuss
software

issues effectively with colleagues



impart knowledge and ideas through oral, written and
visual means



seek assistance and expert advice



literacy skills to:



assess and use workplace information



interpret
user manuals and help func
tions



process workplace documentation



read, record data
,

and write technical reports



research and access routine
sources of spatial data



numeracy skills to:



en
t
er simple formulas into spreadsheet
s



undertake computations



spatial skills to

solve basic problems relating to height, depth, breadth, dimension,
direction and position in operational activity and virtual repr
esentation



t
echn
ology

skills to:



operate a personal computer (PC) and printer



operate a keyboard to enter text and numerical data



use software packages

CPPSIS4036A Operate spatial software applications

4

REQUIRED SKILLS AND
KNOWLEDGE

Required knowledge



features and functions of commercial
software
packages



import and export software
functions



OHS principles and responsibilities for ergonomics, such as
those relating to
work periods
and breaks



procedures for the use of input and output devices



procedures for linking documents



purpose, use and functions of applications



software packages

used by the organisation



spatial practices
relating to

using software



technical terminology
relating to

reading help files and responding to system help


RANGE STATEMENT

The range statement relates to the unit of competency as a whole. It allows for diff
erent work environments and
situations that may affect performance.
Bold

italicised

wording in the

performance criteria is detailed below.
Add any essential operating conditions that may be present with training and assessment depending on the work
situati
on, needs of the candidate, accessibility of the item, and local industry and regional contexts.

Objectives

may include
:



agreed client requirements



written s
patial

data specifications.

Software

application

may
include:



database



email



graphics



spreadsheet:



Apple iWorks, such as Numbers



Gnumeric



Microsoft Excel



Open Office



word processing
.

Spatial

may include
:



geospatial



geographic information systems (
GIS
)



photogrammetry



remote sensing



surveying
.

CPPSIS4036A Operate spatial software application
s

5

Control

structures

may
include
:



acceptance criteria



inspection



review process



test plans.

Technical

functions
,

other

data

and

formatting

may
include
:



alignment



clip art



comments



data and other software applications



digital photographs



digital signatures



display features



embedding



exporting



fields



fills or
shading



formulas



graphics



importing



lines and borders



linking



merge cells



page and section breaks



permissions



reviewing



sharing



sort criteria



split cell



table of cont
e
nts



templates



text direction



versioning.

Organisational

guidelines

may include
:



code of

ethics



company policy



legislation relevant to the work or service function
manuals



OHS policies and procedures

relating to
:



avoiding radiation from computer screens



chair height, seat and back adjustment

CPPSIS4036A Operate spatial software applications

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document holder



equipment that is reasonably adjusted to meet
personal needs



exercise breaks



footrest



lighting



posture



screen position



workstation height and layout



practices and guidelines outlining work roles and
responsibilities.


EVIDENCE GUIDE

The evidence guide
provides advice on assessment and must be read in conjunction with the performance
criteria, required skills and knowledge, the range statement and the Assessment Guidelines for this Training
Package.

Overview of assessment

This unit of competency could b
e assessed on its own or in
combination with other units relevant to the job function
.


Critical aspects for
assessment and evidence
required to demonstrate
competency in this unit

A person who demonstrates competency in this unit must be
able to provide
evidence of:



produc
ing

spatial documents using
selected
methodology
and
software packages



us
ing

help manuals and online help



apply
ing

knowledge of software packages to spatial
tasks
.

Specific resources for
assessment

Resource implications for assessment
include access to:



assessment instruments, including personal planner and
assessment record book



assignment instructions, work plans and schedules,
policy documents and duty statements



registered training provider of assessment services



relevant guidelines
, regulations and codes of practice



suitable venue and equipment.

Access must be provided to appropriate learning and
assessment support when required.

Where applicable, physical resources should include
equipment modified for people with disabilities.

Context of assessment

Holistic: based on the performance criteria, evidence guide,
range statement, and required skills and knowledge.

CPPSIS4036A Operate spatial software applications

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EVIDENCE GUIDE

Method of assessment

Demonstrated over a period of time and observed by the
assessor (or assessment team working togethe
r to conduct the
assessment).

Demonstrated competency in a range of situations, which
may include customer/workplace interruptions and
involvement in related activities normally experienced in the
workplace.

Obtained by observing activities in the field an
d reviewing
induction information. If this is not practicable, observation
in realistic simulated environments may be substituted.

Guidance information for
assessment

Assessment requires that the clients’ objectives and industry
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All practical demonstration must adhere to the safety and
environmental regulations relevant to each State or Territory.


CPPSIS4037A Produce computer
-
aided drawings

8

CPPSIS
403
7
A Produce co
mputer
-
aided drawings

Unit descriptor

This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required
to use a
range of computer
-
aided design and drafting (CADD) program
functions and features to produce drawings. The skills and
knowledge required in this unit foc
us on the technical skills
required to operate CADD
, as well as the

design skills
required
to
support the needs of employees in
surveying and
spatial
information services
(
S
SIS)
.

No licensing, legislative and regulatory requirements apply to
this unit at t
he time of endorsement.

Employability skills

This unit contains employability skills.

Prerequisite units

Nil

Application of the unit

This unit of competency supports the
application of
t
he skills and
knowledge
required in technical supporting positions in the
S
SIS

industries.

Unit sector

Surveying and spatial information services


ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

Elements describe the essential
outcomes of a unit of
competency.

Performance criteria describe the required performance needed to demonstrate
achievement of the element. Where
bold

italicised

text is used, further
information is detailed in the required skills and knowledge and/or the range
statement. Assessment of perf
ormance is to be consistent with the evidence
guide.

1

Determine drawing
requirements.

1.1

Relevant documentation or
information

used to determine
requirements and processes is accessed and analysed.

1.2

End

users
,

clients

and

colleagues are consulted to clarify
requirements of the
S
SIS

project
.

2

Select and set up
CADD package.

2.1

Hardware, software, tools and equipment
are selected
for the
project.

2
.2

Hardware and software
are

set up according to operating
instructions and organisational procedures.

2.3

Digitised information relevant to the project is identified and
retrieved.

3

Gather object
parameters and
measurements.

3.1

Critical dimensions and data for the required
design

a
re
established and recorded.

3.2

Quality

requirements

are id
entified and applied to design.

CPPSIS4037A Produce computer
-
aided drawings

9

ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

4

Prepare plots or
drawings.

4
.1

CADD

functions

and

features

are accessed and used
according to
organisational policies
.

4
.2

P
eripheral

equipment

required for the
CADD

project

is
accessed and used.

4.3

Preliminary drawings are prepared and re
viewed with
relevant personnel.

5

Check drawings and
save files.

5
.1

Designs are checked against the project objectives and
specifications.

5
.2

Required adjustments to designs ar
e made
,

reflecting

consultation with relevant personnel, end user or client.

5.3

Data files are stored according to operating instructions and
organisational procedures.


REQUIRED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE

This section describes the essential skills and
knowledge and their level, required for this unit.

Required skills



analytical skills to analyse data layout and design



communication skills to:



consult effectively with clients and colleagues



impart knowledge and ideas through oral, written and visual mea
ns



initiative and enterprise skills to:



interpret project requirements



translate requirements into design



literacy skills to:



interpret and use digital information



understand the instructions required
to

produc
e

computer
-
aided drawings



understand datums
and projections



numeracy skills to

perform

calculations and measurements
to

produc
e

computer
-
aided
drawings



planning and
organis
ing

skills to:



manage information



plan and prioritise activities to meet contractual requirements



conduct project activity



self
-
management

skills to

maintain attention to detail



technology skills
to
use computers to
develop computer
-
aided drawings

CPPSIS4037A Produce computer
-
aided drawings

10

REQUIRED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE

Required knowledge



display principles
, including
:



colour



composition



font type



legends



media



scale



size



text and line style



CADD basic
principles



copyright issues
, including
:



intellectual property



legislation associated with the use of CADD



database structures
, including

the relationship of spatial features of database




requirements relevant to producing computer
-
aided drawings:



accuracy
and precision requirements



Australian drawing standards



data formats



S
SIS

reference systems



S
SIS

data capture and data set
-
out methodologies



use of CADD tools,
including
:



drawing function



edit functions



plotting and printing



view displays



working with
layers


CPPSIS4037A Produce c
omputer
-
aided drawings

11

RANGE STATEMENT

The range statement relates to the unit of competency as a whole. It allows for different work environments and
situations that may affect performance.
Bold

italicised

wording in the performance criteria is detailed below.
Add any

essential operating conditions that may be present with training and assessment depending on the work
situation, needs of the candidate, accessibility of the item, and local industry and regional contexts.

Information

may include:



creative objectives



measurements and dimensions for objects and space



relevant statutory requirements



scope for making adjustments



technical objectives.

End

users

may include:



elected members



general public



land information authorities



local government



real estate agents



residents



state and federal government departments



statutory bodies
, including

land titles office



transport companies



utilities.

Client

may include
:



customers with routine or special requests



external to organisation



internal to organisation



regular and
new customers
, including
:



business enterprises



government agencies



members of the public



suppliers.

Design

may include:



building



concept



graphics



object



product



spatial information
.

CPPSIS4037A Produce computer
-
aided drawings

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RANGE STATEMENT

Quality

requirements

may
include:



accuracy



detail



format



information



meeting customer requirements




timeframe



tolerances.

CADD

functions

and

features

m
ay

include:



drawing tools



arcs



dimensions



methods for drawing lines



polylines



texts



edit functions



plotting and printing



view displays



working with layers.

Peripheral

equipment

may include:



plotters



printers



scanners
.

CADD

project

m
ay

include:



3
-
D techniques



displaying 3
-
D views



entering coordinates



integrated environment



isometrics perspectives



macros



use of attributes to make project reports.


CPPSIS4037A Produce computer
-
aided drawings

13

EVIDENCE GUIDE

The
evidence guide provides advice on assessment and must be read in conjunction with the performance
criteria, required skills and knowledge, the range statement and the Assessment Guidelines for this Training
Package.

Overview of assessment

This unit of com
petency could be assessed on its own or in
combination with other units relevant to the job function
.

Critical aspects for
assessment and evidence
required to demonstrate
competency in this unit

A person who demonstrates competency in this unit must be
ab
le to provide evidence of:



producing drawings that meet technical and client
specifications



us
ing

the standard features and functions of a CADD
program to produce drawings



knowledge of CADD capabilities and uses in relation to
the
S
SIS

industry.

Specific
resources for
assessment

Resource implications for assessment include access to:



assessment instruments, including personal planner and
assessment record book



assignment instructions, work plans and schedules,
policy documents and duty statements



registere
d training provider of assessment services



relevant CADD program



relevant guidelines, regulations and codes of practice



suitable venue and equipment.

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Where applicable, ph
ysical resources should include
equipment modified for people with disabilities.

Context of assessment

Holistic: based on the performance criteria, evidence guide,
range statement, and required skills and knowledge.

Method of assessment

Demonstrated over

a period of time and observed by the
assessor (or assessment team working together to conduct
the assessment).

Demonstrated competency in a range of situations, which
may include customer/workplace interruptions and
involvement in related activities norma
lly experienced in the
workplace.

Obtained by observing activities in the field and reviewing
induction information. If this is not practicable, observation
in realistic simulated environments may be substituted.

CPPSIS4037A Produce computer
-
aided drawings

14

EVIDENCE GUIDE

Guidance information for
assessment

Assess
ment requires that the clients’ objectives and industry
expectations are met. If the clients’ objectives are narrowly
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All practical demonstration must adhere to the safety and
environ
mental regulations relevant to each State or Territory.


CPPSIS4038A Prepare and present GIS data

15

CPPSIS
403
8
A Prepare and present GIS data

Unit descriptor

This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required
to
prepare

and present geographic information systems
(GIS)
data
to meet user requirements.

No licensing, legislative and regulatory requirements apply to
this unit at the time of endorsement.

Employability skills

This unit contains employability skills.

Prerequisite units

Nil

Application of the unit

This unit of co
mpetency supports the application
of
t
he skills
and knowledge
required in
technical
supporting positions in
the surveying and spatial information services
(SSIS)
industries.

Unit sector

Surveying and spatial information services


ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE
CRITERIA

Elements describe the essential
outcomes of a unit of competency.

Performance criteria describe the required performance needed to demonstrate
achievement of the element. Where
bold

italicised

text is used, further
information is detailed in the
required skills and knowledge and/or the range
statement. Assessment of performance is to be consistent with the evidence
guide.

1

Identify presentation
deliverables
.

1
.1

Presentation requirements are determined in consultation
with
end

users

or
clients
.

1.
2

Extent, content and intended use of output are considered in
recommending presentation format and medium.

2

Format data.

2.1

Relevant
data

elements are assembled.

2.
2

Data

formats

are selected to meet customer and
quality

requirements

using suitable media.

2.3

Procedures are designed for formatting data into compatible
format.

3

Present data, and review
outcomes
.

3.1

Information is presented

in a manner
that
meets customer
requirements and organisational practices and policies.

3.2

Feedback is sought from the customer regarding satisfaction
with information and presentation.

3.3

Customer feedback is analysed and used as a quality
improvement tool.

CPPSIS4038A Prepare and present GIS data

16


REQUIRED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE

This section describes the essential skills and
knowledge and their level, required for this unit.

Required skills



analytical skills to analyse data layout and design



communication skills to:



consult effectively with clients and colleagues



impart knowledge and ideas through oral, written and visual
means



initiative and enterprise skills to:



negotiate with clients



interpret project requirements



translate requirements into design



literacy skills to:



assess, develop and use workplace information



prepare and manage documentation and information flow



rese
arch and access information in order to source geographic information



planning and organising skills to:



plan and prioritise activities to meet contractual requirements



conduct project activity



manage information



self
-
management skills to maintain
attention to detail



technology skills to use computers to develop business documentation

Required knowledge



display principles, including:



colour



composition



font type



legends



media



scale



size



text and line style



database structures, including the relation
ship of spatial features of database



procedures for the use of the following applications:



computer
-
aided design (CAD)



graphic animation



desktop mapping



desktop publishing



multimedia

CPPSIS4038A P
repare and present GIS data

17

REQUIRED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE



plotters



printers and terminals



requirements relevant to preparing and p
resenting GIS data:



accuracy and precision requirements



Australian drawing standards



data formats



RANGE STATEMENT

The range statement relates to the unit of competency as a whole. It allows for different work environments and
situations that may affect performance.
Bold

italicised

wording in the performance criteria is detailed below.
Add any essential operating condi
tions that may be present with training and assessment depending on the work
situation, needs of the candidate, accessibility of the item, and local industry and regional contexts.

End

users

may include:



elected members



general public



land information
authorities



local government



real estate agents



residents



state and federal government departments



statutory bodies
, including

land titles office



transport companies



utilities.

Clients

may include
:



customers with routine or special requests



external to
organisation



internal to organisation



regular and new customers
, including
:



business enterprises



government agencies



members of the public



suppliers.

Data

may include:



computer records



graphical



user application programs
, such as
:



accounting packages



databases



spreadsheets



hard copy documents
, such as
:


CPPSIS4038A Prepare and present GIS data

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RANGE STATEMENT



books



maps



plans



work registers



information
, such as
:



census data



community facilities



demographic data



local government facilities



organisational locations



property classifications



property boundaries



property ownership



transport routes



utilities



zonings



spatial



textual.

Data

formats

m
ay

include:



databases



desktop published documents



digital graphic output



hard

copy



labels



maps



PowerPoint presentations



spreadsheets



word processing documents.

Quality

requirements

may
include:



accuracy



detail



format



information



meeting customer requirements




timeframe.

CPPSIS4038A Prepare and present GIS data

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RANGE STATEMENT

Presentation

of

information

may include:



use
of

the following medium
s
:



case study



distance learning



e
-
learning



information pack



information to enable
self
-
paced learning



interactive



mobile learning



PowerPoint



s
ervice
-
based information



work experience.


EVIDENCE GUIDE

The evidence guide provides advice on assessment and must be read in conjunction with the performance
criteria, required skills and
knowledge, the range statement and the Assessment Guidelines for this Training
Package.

Overview of assessment

This unit of competency could be assessed on its own or in
combination with other units relevant to the job function
.

Critical aspects for
assessment and evidence
required to demonstrate
competency in this unit

A person who demonstrates competency in this unit must be
able to provide evidence of:



formatting data into a compatible format



presenting
GIS

data

in a manner that meets organisationa
l
and client needs



knowledge of presentation methods.

Specific resources for
assessment

Resource implications for assessment include access to:



assessment instruments, including personal planner and
assessment record book



assignment instructions, work
plans and schedules, policy
documents and duty statements



registered training provider of assessment services



relevant GIS



relevant guidelines, regulations and codes of practice



suitable venue and equipment.

Access must be provided to appropriate learning
and assessment
support when required.

Where applicable, physical resources should include equipment
modified for people with disabilities.

Context of assessment

Holistic: based on the performance criteria, evidence guide,
range statement, and required ski
lls and knowledge.

CPPSIS4038A Prepare and present GIS data

20

EVIDENCE GUIDE

Method of assessment

Demonstrated over a period of time and observed by the
assessor (or assessment team working together to conduct the
assessment).

Demonstrated competency in a range of situations, which may
include customer/workplac
e interruptions and involvement in
related activities normally experienced in the workplace.

Obtained by observing activities in the field and reviewing
induction information. If this is not practicable, observation in
realistic simulated environments may
be substituted.

Guidance information
for assessment

Assessment requires that the clients’ objectives and industry
expectations are met. If the clients’ objectives are narrowly
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All p
ractical demonstration must adhere to the safety and
environmental regulations relevant to each State or Territory.

CPPSIS5060A Use complex spreadsheets for spatial information

21

CPPSIS
50
60
A

Use complex spreadsheets for spatial information

Unit descriptor

This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required
to
us
e spreadsheet software to complete spatial tasks

using

complex spatial data. The skills and knowledge required in
this unit focus on creati
ng

complex spreadsheets to store and
retrieve spatial data.


No licensing, legislative and regulatory requirements ap
ply to
this unit at the time of endorsement.

Employability skills

This unit contains employability skills.

Prerequisite units

Nil

Application of the unit

This unit of competency supports the application of planning
,

organising
,

problem
-
solving, error analysis and accuracy;
designing and interpreting technical documentation; and a
practical understanding of technology.

Those

undertaking th
e
unit

may
work in an

administrative support
role
in an
enterprise, or may
work

independentl
y
in

designing and
working with spreadsheets.

Unit sector

Surveying and spatial information services


ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

Elements describe the essential
outcomes of a unit of
competency.

Performance criteria describe the required performance needed to demonstrate
achievement of the element. Where
bold

italicised

text

is used, further
information is detailed in the required skills and knowledge and/or the range
statement. Assessment of perf
ormance is to be consistent with the evidence
guide.

1

Prepare the task.

1
.1

Personal work environment is organised
in line with

ergonomic requirements
.

1.2

End users
,

clients

or
colleagues are consulted to clarify

mathematical formulas,

task requirements

and spreadsheet
specification requirements,
which

may
involve

trigo
no
metrical functions
.

1.3

Organisational and task requirements
for

spatial data entry,
storage, output, reporting and presentation are identified.

1.4

Work organisation strategies

and
energy and resource
conservation techniques

are applied

when planning work
activities
.

2

Evaluate

and
standardise
spreadsheet
operation.

2.1

Tasks are evaluated to identify where automation would
increase efficiency.

2
.2

Templates

are developed

and

edited to ensure consistency of
design and layout for forms and reports according to
organisational requirements.

CPPSIS5060A Use complex spreadsheets fo
r spatial information

22

ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

3

Develop a linked
worksheet solution.

3.1

Spreadsheet design

software
functions

and

formula
s

are
used to meet identified requirements.

3.2

Worksheets are linked according to software procedures.

3.3

Worksheets are formatted in a manner that incorporates
c
ells
and data attributes
, as well as angles and
graphs

with labels
and titles.

3.
4

Formula
s

are tested to confirm
that
output meets task
requirements.

4

Use spreadsheets
.

4
.1

Data is entered, checked and amended according to task and
organisational requirements.

4
.2

Data is imported and exported between compatible
spreadsheets and host documents are adjusted according to
software and systems

procedures.

4.3

Manuals, user documentation and online help are used to
overcome problems with spreadsheet design and production.

4.4

Spreadsheet
s are

previewed, adjusted and printed according
to organisational and task requirements.

4.5

S
preadsheets

are named and stored

according to
organisational requirements and the application is exited
without data loss or damage.

4.6

Completed spreadsheet is protected to prevent accidental
corruption.

4.7

Graphs
are saved, viewed and printed.

5

Finalise the task
.

5
.1

Completed spreadsheet
s are

archived acc
or
ding to project
specifications.

5
.2

R
equired documentation is completed according to
organisational guidelines.

5.3

Relevant personnel are informed of the results according to
organisational guidelines.


CPPSIS5060A Use complex spreadsheets for spatial information

23

REQUIRED SKILLS AND
KNOWLEDGE

This section describes the essential skills and knowledge and their level, required for this unit.

Required skills



communication skills to:



consult effectively with relevant personnel



impart knowledge and ideas through oral,

written and visual means



initiative and enterprise skills to
:



apply logic to interpret and analyse spatial tasks



interpret project requirements



literacy skills to:



evaluate the purposes and uses of various features of spreadsheets



use a variety of
strategies for planning and reviewing own work



numeracy skills to
:



apply trigonometrical functions when using spreadsheets



collate and present data, graphs and related references



solve spatial and surveying computations



planning and
organis
ing

skills to:



p
lan and prioritise activities to meet contractual requirements



conduct project activity



manage information



proofreading and editing skills to check for accuracy and consistency of information,
consulting additional resources where required



technology skil
ls to use computers for spreadsheet operations

Required knowledge



advanced functions of spreadsheet software applications



display principles
,
including
:



colour



composition



font type



legends



media



scale



size



text and line style



database structures
,
including

the relationship of spatial features of database




formatting and design

of spreadsheets

and
their

impact on the presentation and readability
of data



surveying and
spatial information services
(SSIS)
reference systems


CPPSIS5060A Use complex spreadsheets for spatial information

24

RANGE STATEMENT

The range statement relates to the unit of competency as a whole. It allows for different work environments
and situations that may affect performance.
Bold

italicised

wording in the performance criteria is detailed
below. Add any essential operating condi
tions that may be present with training and assessment depending on
the work situation, needs of the candidate, accessibility of the item, and local industry and regional contexts.

Ergonomic requirements

may include:



avoiding radiation from computer scree
ns



chair height, seat and back adjustments



document holder



footrest



keyboard and mouse position



lighting



noise minim
is
ation



posture



screen position



workstation height and layout



measurements and dimensions for objects and space



relevant statutory
requirements



scope for making adjustments
.

End users

may include:



elected members



general public



land information authorities



local government



real estate agents



residents



state and federal government departments



statutory bodies
, including

land titles
office



transport companies



utilities.

Clients

may include
:



customers with routine or special requests



external to organisation



internal to organisation



regular and new customers
, including
:



business enterprises



government agencies



members of the public



suppliers.

CPPSIS5060A Use complex spreadsheets for spatial information

25

RANGE STATEMENT

Work organisation
strategies

may include:



exercise breaks



mix of repetitive and other activities



rest periods.

Energy and resource
conservation techniques

may include:



paper use, including:



double
-
sided
printing



re
-
using paper for rough
drafts, while observing
confidentiality requirements



shredding paper



recycling resources



using power
-
save options for equipment.

Templates

m
ay

include:



font types and sizes



forms



headers and footers



headings



page formats



reports.

Spreadsheet design

may
include:



analysis

of data



appropriateness



avoid
ing

blank rows and columns



cell protection



embed
ding cell references in formulas



formula
s
, including

linked formulas



formatting and reformatting



functions



headers and footers



headings and labels



identification and parameters



import and export of data



multi
-
page documents



pivot tables



relative and absolute cell references



split screen operation



use of colour.

CPPSIS5060A Use complex spreadsheets for spatia
l information

26

RANGE STATEMENT

Functions

m
ay

include:



date



logical:



choose



conditions



if



lookup



true/false



mathematical:



absolute



integer



round



square root



value



simple nested



statistical:



count



standard deviation



maximum



minimum



time



trigonometrical.

Formulas

may include:



addition



average



comparison



complex formula using trigo
no
metrical functions



division



exponentiation



multiplication



percentage



subtraction



combinations of the above.

Graph
s

may include:



bar



line



pie



scatter



stack



3
-
D.

CPPSIS5060A Use complex spreadsheets for spatial information

27

RANGE STATEMENT

Naming and
storing of
sp
r
eadsheets

m
ay

include:



author
is
ed access



file naming conventions



filing locations



organ
is
ational
policy for backing up files



organ
is
ational policy for filing hard

copies of spreadsheets



security



storage in folders and sub
-
folders



storage on:



disk drives



tape back
-
up



server
.


EVIDENCE GUIDE

The evidence guide provides advice on assessment and must
be read in conjunction with the performance
criteria, required skills and knowledge, the range statement and the Assessment Guidelines for this Training
Package.

Overview of assessment

This unit of competency could be assessed on its own or in
combination

with other units relevant to the job function
.

Critical aspects for
assessment and
evidence required to
demonstrate
competency in this unit

A person who demonstrates competency in this unit must be able
to provide evidence of:



developing spreadsheets us
ing

complex mathematical
formula
s

involving trigonometrical functions



developing graphical representation of data contained in
spreadsheets



knowledge of spreadsheet software application.

Specific resources for
assessment

Resource implications for assessme
nt include access to:



assessment instruments, including personal planner and
assessment record book



assignment instructions, work plans and schedules, policy
documents and duty statements



registered training provider of assessment services



relevant GIS dat
a



relevant guidelines, regulations and codes of practice



suitable venue and equipment.

Access must be provided to appropriate learning and assessment
support when required.

Where applicable, physical resources should include equipment
modified for people
with disabilities.

CPPSIS5060A Use complex spreadsheets for spatial information

28

EVIDENCE GUIDE

Context of assessment

Holistic: based on the performance criteria, evidence guide, range
statement, and required skills and knowledge.

Method of assessment

Demonstrated over a period of time and observed by the assessor
(or assessment
team working together to conduct the assessment).

Demonstrated competency in a range of situations, which may
include customer/workplace interruptions and involvement in
related activities normally experienced in the workplace.

Obtained by observing activi
ties in the field and reviewing
induction information. If this is not practicable, observation in
realistic simulated environments may be substituted.

Guidance information
for assessment

Assessment requires that the clients’ objectives and industry
ex灥ct
ations are met. If the clients’ objectives are narrowly
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All practical demonstration must adhere to the safety and
environmental regulations relevant to each State or Territory.


CPPSIS5061A Locate underground services in surveying practice

29

CPPSIS506
1
A Locate underground services

in surveying practice

Unit descriptor

This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to
locate underground services in surveying practice. It requires
the ability to plan approaches
in order to meet
geophysi
cs
contingencies and management requirements. Functions
would be carried out within organisational guidelines.

No licensing, legislative and regulatory requirements apply to
this unit at the time of endorsement.

Employability skills

This unit contains emp
loyability skills.

Prerequisite units

Nil

Application of the unit

This unit of competency supports the application of
managing
teams
,
and
sound communication,
as well as

the
sound use of
technology, understanding of geophysics concepts in relation
to
location of services
,

and
the
implement
ation of

specifications. The skills and knowledge acquired on
completion of this unit would support the needs of employees
in surveying and spatial information services

(SSIS)
.

Unit sector

Surveying and spatial infor
mation services


ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

Elements describe the essential
outcomes of a unit of
competency.

Performance criteria describe the required performance needed to
demonstrate achievement of the element. Where
bold

italicised

text is used,
further information is detailed in the required skills and knowledge and/or
the range statement. Assessment of performance is to be consistent with the
evidence guide.

1

Plan processes to
locate underground
service
.

1.1

Objectives
, principal
work activities and
constraints

are
defined and documented with written survey
specifications.

1.2

Details of instruments and basic
techniques

to be used are
evaluated and determined.

1.3

Geophysics methods

to locate services and
surveying data

requirement
s are determined.

1.
4

Pertinent
legal and statutory standards

and requirements,
and
OHS

standards

are considered and adhered to.

1.
5

Work is scheduled to be completed
within
time available
.

1.
6

Equipment required for the location of services

is
checked to be in good working order.

CPPSIS5061A Locate underground services in surveying p
ractice

30

ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

2

Implement pla
n to
locate underground
service
.

2.
1

Project management mechanisms

are implemented to
measure, record and report progress of activities in relation
to agreed schedule and plans.

2.
2

Required components

relating to

undergrou
nd services are
measured
,

managing
the
impact of
contingencies

and
problems as they arise.

2.3

Data collected is scrutinised to determine
targets on lines
of radar
.

2.
4

Measured survey data is reduced to the project reference
system
for comparison with design.

2.
5

Measurements
are validated and recorded according to
specifications
.

2.
6

Checks are completed according to
organisational
guidelines
.

2.
7

Processes are followed that comply with

m
anufacturer
specifications

for equipment use,
relevant
legislation

and
company policy
.

3

Finalise the
location of
underground service
.

3.1

Relevant personnel are informed of the results according
to organisational guidelines.

3.2

Required documentation

is completed according to
orga
nisational guidelines.

3.3

Survey data is archived according to project specifications.

3.4

Review of achievements against objectives is undertaken.


REQUIRED SKILLS AND
KNOWLEDGE

This section describes the essential skills and knowledge and their
level, required for this unit.

Required skills



analytical skills

to identify underground survey project specifications



communication skills to:



consult effectively with colleagues



impart knowledge and ideas through oral, written and visual means



initiativ
e and enterprise

skills to translate requirements into design



literacy skills to:



assess and use workplace information



locate and interpret legislation and other written documentation



prepare and manage documentation



read and write technical reports

CPPSIS5061A Locate underground services in surveying practice

31

REQUIRED SKILLS AND
KNOWLEDGE



research and evaluate

project requirements



numeracy skills to:



analyse errors



conduct image analysis



interpret and analyse statistics



perform mental calculations



record with accuracy and precision



undertake high
-
level computations



planning and
organisi
ng

skills to:



coordinate technical and human resource inputs
in

research activities



prioritise activities to meet contractual requirements



plan and
manage information



spatial skills to:



archive and retrieve spatial data, and train others in this task



demonst
rate proficiency with geophysics methods



manage and manipulate

spatial data
,

and train others in this task



manage
file
s,

and train others in this task



solve problems relating to height, depth, breadth, dimension, direction and position in
operational activ
ity and virtual representation



technology skills to
:



use computers to complete business documentation



use instruments for geophysics processes

Required knowledge



data formats



data management

processes



data reduction and manipulation techniques



guidelines

of projects

being undertaken
, and limitations relating to equipment, measuring
and analysis



legislative, statutory and industry requirements and standards

relating to underground
surveying standards



organisational policies and guidelines

relating to locat
ing underground services
, such as
OHS guidelines



procedures for calibrating specialised surveying equipment



project
planning and control processes



project review procedures



requirements relevant to locating underground services:



accuracy and precision requ
irements



data capture and data set
-
out procedures

CPPSIS5061A Locate underground services in surveying practice

32

REQUIRED SKILLS AND
KNOWLEDGE



surveying reference systems



methods for locati
ng

underground services
, including

associated computations


RANGE STATEMENT

The range statement relates to the unit of competency as a whole. It allows for different work environments and
situations that may affect performance.
Bold

italicised

wording in the performance criteria is detailed below.
Add any essential operating condi
tions that may be present with training and assessment depending on the work
situation, needs of the candidate, accessibility of the item, and local industry and regional contexts.

Objectives

may include:



agreed client requirements



written survey specifica
tions.

Constraints

may include:



coverage

of project



datum



environmental factors



industry requirements



legal and statutory



financial



resource availability



time

available
.

Techniques

may include:



field procedures



office procedures.

Geophysics methods

may
include:



ground penetrating radar (GPR)

acquisition



interpretation
of the
data present
ed



spraying targets on the ground.

Surveying data

may
include:



depth



dimension



direction



flow rates



position



slope.

Legal and statutory
standards

may include:



local
government requirements



national standards



federal

and

state statutes and regulations.

OHS

may include:



Australian standards



develop
ing

site safety plan



identif
ying

potential hazards

CPPSIS5061A Locate underground services in surveying practice

33



inspecti
ng

work sites



training staff in OHS requirements



us
ing

personal
protective
equipment and
clothing



us
ing

safety equipment and signage.

Equipment required for the
location of services

may
include:



GPR



global
navigation satellite

system (
G
NS
S
)



level



tape



theodolite



total station.

Project management
mechanisms

may
include:



communicating with stakeholders



resolving disputes



monitoring and adjusting key milestones.

Contingencies
may include:



equipment failure



injury to personnel



personnel turnover



observation errors



obstructions to project plan



weather.

Targets on
lines of radar

may include:



collecting, interpreting and reporting on location of
services:



detection using GPR and cable
,

locating where to spray
the targets on the ground



mapping the location



mapping multiple types of features, such as services,
rebar an
d voids



mapping types of features in the one area using
surveying equipment and outputting data in GIS or
computer
-
aided design (
CAD
)
.

Measurements

may include
use of:



current meter



echo sounder



G
NS
S



level



tape



tide gauge



total station.

CPPSIS5061A Locate underground services in surveying pract
ice

34

Specifications

may include:



detailed technical descriptions of survey data and its
requirements



preparation of cross
-
sections and plans
,

with all
information included.

Organisational guidelines
may include:



appropriate timelines



code of ethics



company policy



final
product formats



formal design parameters



legislation relevant to the work or service function



operational and equipment
manuals



OHS policies and procedures



personnel practices and guidelines outlining work roles and
responsibilities



requirements for data p
rocessing.

Manufacturer
specifications

may include:



equipment specifications



operator manuals.

Legislation

may include:



Australian standards



award and enterprise agreements



certification requirements



codes of practice



quality assurance requirements.

Company policy

may
include:



internal and external communication guidelines



company OHS standards



customer service standards



company goals, such as mission statement



governance guidelines



guidelines on the use of equipment



operational manuals



operational
plan



strategic plan.

Required documentation

may include:



electronic or paper
-
based correspondence with client



field records



final report



records of conversation



survey plots



organisational work activity sheets.

CPPSIS5061A Locate underground services in surveying practice

35


EVIDENCE GUIDE

The evidence guide
provides advice on assessment and must be read in conjunction with the performance
criteria, required skills and knowledge, the range statement and the Assessment Guidelines for this Training
Package.

Overview of assessment

This unit of competency could b
e assessed on its own or in
combination with other units relevant to the job function, for
example CPPSIS504
8
A Conduct an engineering survey,
CPPSIS504
9
A Conduct an engineering surveying project, and
CPPSIS505
7
A Carry out a precision survey.

Critical aspe
cts for
assessment and evidence
required to demonstrate
competency in this unit

A person who demonstrates competency in this unit must be
able to provide evidence of:



matching objectives with resources to meet

project
deadlines



applying geophysics
processes to survey practices



measuring a range of components
relating to

underground
services



knowledge of geophysics methods.

Specific resources for
assessment

Resource implications for assessment include access to:



assessment instruments, including per
sonal planner and
assessment record book



assignment instructions, work plans and schedules, policy
documents and duty statements



registered training provider of assessment services



relevant guidelines, regulations and codes of practice



suitable venue and e
quipment.

Access must be provided to appropriate learning and
assessment support when required.

Where applicable, physical resources should include
equipment modified for people with disabilities.

Context of assessment

Holistic: based on the performance
criteria, evidence guide,
range statement and required skills and knowledge.

Method of assessment

Demonstrated over a period of time and observed by the
assessor (or assessment team working together to conduct the
assessment).

Demonstrated competency in a

range of situations, which may
include customer/workplace interruptions and involvement in
related activities normally experienced in the workplace.

Obtained by observing activities in the field and reviewing
induction information. If this is not practica
ble, observation in
realistic simulated environments may be substituted.

CPPSIS5061A Locate underground services in surveying practice

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EVIDENCE GUIDE

Guidance information for
assessment

Assessment requires that the clients’ objectives and industry
expectations are met. If the clients’ objectives are narrowly
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All practical demonstration must adhere to the safety and
environmental regulations relevant to each State or Territory.


CPPSIS5062A Conduct photogrammetric mapping

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CPPSIS506
2
A Conduct photogrammetric mapping

Unit descriptor

This unit of c
ompetency specifies the outcomes required to
interpret information from various types of image data to
conduct photogrammetric mapping. It requires the ability to
identify, analyse and evaluate image data to fulfil
l

project
requirements. Functions would be

carried out within
organisational guidelines.

No licensing, legislative and regulatory requirements apply
to this unit at the time of endorsement.

Employability skills

This unit contains employability skills.

Prerequisite units

Nil

Application of the
unit

This unit of competency supports the application of
accuracy, problem
-
solving and self
-
management skills, and
an understanding of technological images. The skills and
knowledge acquired on completion of this unit would apply
to the needs of employees
in cartography, mapping and
geographic information systems

(GIS)
.

Unit sector

Surveying and spatial information services


ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

Elements describe the essential
outcomes of a unit of competency.

Performance criteria describe the required performance needed to
demonstrate achievement of the element. Where
bold

italicised

text is
used, further information is detailed in the required skills and knowledge
and/or the range statement. Assessment of perf
ormance is to be consistent
with the evidence guide.

1

Apply photogrammetric
data

to project
.

1.1

Principles of
photogrammetric

data

are
identified and
applied
to
the
project

plan

and
project

survey

area
.

1.2

Possible sources of image data for mapping purpo
ses are
identified.

1.3

Properties of different types of image data are identified.

1.4

Constraints

of different types of image data are
identified.

1.5

Spatial reference systems are accessed as required.

1.6

P
rocess of obtaining ground
control

for

photogrammetric

mapping

is reviewed.

2

Calculate information
from image data.

2.1

Scale of digital and hard copy image data is determined.

2.2

Problems involving
acquired image data
are

solved
according to
organisational

policies

and

principles
.

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ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

3

Interpret
and store
image data.

3.1

Information from acquired photogrammetric data is used
to fulfil project objectives.

3.2

Data image problems are resolved where possible.

3.3

Required

documentation

is completed according to
organisational policies.

3.4

Captured data is stored according to organisational
policies.


REQUIRED SKILLS AND
KNOWLEDGE

This section describes the essential skills and knowledge and their level, required for this unit.

Required skills



analytical skills for
image and data
analysis




literacy skills to:



access and use workplace information



interpret and understand procedural requirements



interpret technical task requirements



process workplace documentation



read, record data and write technical reports



research and access rout
ine sources of spatial data



numeracy skills to:



record and interpret statistics

with
accuracy and precision



undertake computations



planning and
organis
ing

skills to:



prepare and administer documentation



prioritise activities to meet contractual
requirements



apply
quality assurance
practices to own work



spatial skills to:



archive and retrieve spatial data



interpret basic data imagery



manage and manipulate
spatial data



solve basic problems relating to height, depth, breadth, dimension, direction an
d
position in operational activity and virtual representation



understand the requirements for ground control in the photogrammetric process



technology skills to use
computer
s

to complete business documentation

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mapping

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REQUIRED SKILLS AND
KNOWLEDGE

Required knowledge



basic
data formats



basic
image data



organisational policies and guidelines

relating to photogramm
etr
ic mapping
,

including
those relating to safe work practices



procedures for information management



quality assurance principles

relating to
:



planning



relevant industry requirements a
nd standards

relating to
photogrammetric mapping



spatial reference systems

relating to
photogrammetric mapping



photogrammetric control requirements



photogrammetric operational processes



surveying requirements for capturing
various sources of
basic
data


RANGE STATEMENT

The range statement relates to the unit of competency as a whole. It allows for different work environments and
situations that may affect performance.
Bold

italicised

wording in the performance criteria is detailed below.
Add any essential operating conditions that may be present with training and assessment depending on the work
situation, needs of the candidate, accessibility of the item, and local industry and regio
nal contexts.

Photogrammetric

data

may
include:



3
-
D

data acquisition and object reconstruction



aerial survey



computer vision



G
eo
Ph
oto



geoinformatics



geomatics engineering images



hard copy



ster
eo
plotter



videogrammetry.

Project

plan

may include:



evaluation

criteria



milestones



performance indicators



project implementation

methodology



quality standards



return on investment



risk management

strategies



targets.

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Project

survey

area

may
include:



aerial photographs



other forms of digital data in the horizontal or
vertical
plane.

Constraints

may include:



resource availability



specific survey requirement
s



time

available
.

Control

for

photogrammetric

mapping

may include:



pre
-
marked targets



primary ground control



post
-
marke
d

targets



secondary control.

Organisational

policies

and

principles

may include:



code of ethics



legislation relevant to the work or service function



operational and equipment
manuals



OHS practices, policies and procedures



personnel practices and guidelines outlining work roles
and responsibilities



q
uality assurance principles.

Required

documentation

may include:



final product report



project reports.


EVIDENCE GUIDE

The evidence guide provides advice on assessment and must be read in conjunction with the performance
criteria, required skills and
knowledge, the range statement and the Assessment Guidelines for this Training
Package.

Overview of assessment

This unit of competency could be assessed on its own or in
combination with other units relevant to the job function, for
example CPPSIS503
4
A

De
termine spatial data requirements.

Critical aspects for
assessment and evidence
required to demonstrate
competency in this unit

A person who demonstrates competency in this unit must be
able to provide evidence of:



accessing and interpreting information
to identify the
components of image data to be measured and monitored



managing quality processes



planning photogrammetric resources



performing
photogrammetric
measurements



writing reports and completing documentation.

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EVIDENCE GUIDE

Specific resources for
assessment

Res
ource implications for assessment include access to:



assessment instruments, including personal planner and
assessment record book



assignment instructions, work plans and schedules,
policy documents and duty statements



registered training provider of asses
sment services



relevant guidelines, regulations and codes of practice



suitable venue and equipment.

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Where applicable, physical resources should include
equipment modified

for people with disabilities.

Context of assessment

Holistic: based on the performance criteria, evidence guide,
range statement, and required skills and knowledge.

Method of assessment

Demonstrated over a period of time and observed by the
assessor
(or assessment team working together to conduct the
assessment).

Demonstrated competency in a range of situations, which
may include customer/workplace interruptions and
involvement in related activities normally experienced in the
workplace.

Obtained by o
bserving activities in the field and reviewing
induction information. If this is not practicable, observation