city & guilds level 2 award

city & guilds level 2 award
CITY & GUILDS NPTC LEVEL 2
AWARD IN THE SAFE USE OF
BRUSH-CUTTERS AND TRIMMERS
(QCF)
QAN 601/1299/2
QUALIFICATION GUIDANCE
Independently Assessed
Essential Qualification Information
Not to be used by the Candidate during Assessment
You will require some of this information to accurately complete the Record of Assessment (ROA)
Qualification
Group No
Qualification
Programme No
Machinery
0 0 1 4
0
0
1
4
-
2
6
L2 Award in the Safe Use of Brushcutters and Trimmers
Unit(s)
2 0 1
Trimmer and brushcutter operations
Endorsement(s)
0 0 1
Trimmer
0 0 2
Brushcutter
2 0 1
LT 23 (3 Credits)
Learning Time
(LT)
Recommended
Assessment
Duration
(* see note on page 2)
1.5 – 3 hours per Candidate
City and Guilds NPTC Level 2 Award in the Safe Use of Brush-cutters and Trimmers (QCF)
Qualification Guidance
Introduction
The scheme will be administered by City & Guilds
City & Guilds will:
Publish
- Scheme regulations
- Qualification guidance
- Training material
- Trainers support material
Approve centres to co-ordinate and administer the scheme
Set standards for the training of verifiers and assessors
Recruit, train and deploy verifiers
Manage verification
Issue certificates to successful Candidates
The Qualification
The qualification will be awarded to candidates who achieve the required level of competence in the units to which their certificate relates.
What is the Qualifications and Credits Framework?
OFQUAL have introduced the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) to increase flexibility for learners and employers. Qualifications may be built
up from individual units according to rules of combination. The units are derived from the National Occupational Standards, which are compiled by
Lantra SSC, the Sector Skills Council for the Land-based industries.
Instruction
Attendance at a course of instruction is not a pre-requisite for an application for an assessment but potential Candidates are strongly advised to ensure
that they are up to the standards that will be expected of them when they are assessed.
* Learning Time (LT)
Learning Time (LT) is a better indicator of the time requirement needed for a candidate to achieve competence in this qualification. It has replaced
Guided Learning Hours (GLH) which are defined as “tutor or teacher led hours”. LT is defined as “a notional measure of the learning time a
typical learner might be expected to take to complete and achieve all learning outcomes”. It takes into account prior learning and encompasses:
formal learning (including classes, tutorials, on line tuition), coaching and mentoring, practical work, relevant IT activity, information retrieval, expected
private study and revision, work-based activity which leads to assessment, practice to achieve competence, formative assessment, programme planning
and feedback.
Access to Assessment
Assessment centres will be responsible for arranging assessment on behalf of the Candidate.
The minimum age limit for Candidates taking Certificates of Competence is 16 years. There is no upper age limit.
The assessment consists of one compulsory unit:
Unit 201
(Mandatory)
Outcome 1.
Outcome 2.
Outcome 3.
Outcome 4.
Outcome 5.
Outcome 6.
Outcome 7.
Outcome 8.
(Credit Value 3)
know how to carry out a risk assessment (Criteria 1.1 – 1.1)
Know the health and safety legislation that underpins trimmer and brushcutter operations (Criteria 2.1 – 2.1)
Know the appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for trimmer and brushcutter operations (Criteria 3.1 – 3.1)
Know the health and safety features of the equipment being used (Criteria 4.1 – 4.1)
Know how to maintain the trimmer / brushcutter (Criteria 5.1 – 5.5)
Know how to operate a trimmer / brushcutter (Criteria 6.1 – 6.2)
Understand different operating techniques (Criteria 7.1 – 7.2)
Know how to store equipment safely and appropriately (Criteria 8.1 – 8.1)
Candidates must successfully achieve all assessment activities in the above unit.
Endorsement: The assessment may be taken on a machine with any type of cutting mechanism for example:
001
002
Trimmer
Brushcutter
The certificate will be endorsed accordingly. Candidates are encouraged to take their assessment with different cutting mechanisms to broaden their
certification.
Only two endorsements can be taken in any one registration.
Verification is a process of monitoring assessment; it is an essential check to confirm that the assessment procedures are being carried out in the way
City & Guilds has laid down. The overall aim of verification is to establish a system of quality assurance that is acceptable in terms of both credibility and
cost effectiveness.
Approved Assessors will be subject to a regular visit by the verifier at a time when assessments are being undertaken.
A selection of assessment reports completed by the Assessor will be evaluated by a City & Guilds approved verifier.
Compliance with the verification requirements is a pre-requisite for Assessors remaining on the list of approved Assessors.
2
© City & Guilds 2012 Reproduction of this document in whole or in part is forbidden without prior consent of City & Guilds
City & Guilds NPTC Level 2 Award in the Safe Use of Brush-cutters and Trimmers (QCF)
Access to Assessment continued…
After assessment has been completed the Qualification Guidance is to be forwarded to the centre and retained by the centre until after the annual
centre visit has taken place by a Quality Systems Consultant (QSC).
Performance Evaluation
The result of each assessment activity is evaluated against the following criteria:
M=
Met
Meets or exceeds the assessment criteria by displaying a level of practical performance and/or underpinning knowledge.
If the Criterion has been MET, a tick  is to be put in the box provided in the bottom right-hand column of each section.
NM =
Not Met Does not satisfy the requirements of the assessment criteria, being unable to perform the practical task satisfactorily or safely or
being deficient in underpinning knowledge. If the Criterion is NOT MET, a cross  is to be put in the box provided in the bottom
right-hand column of each section.
Appeals and Equal Opportunities
Centres must have their own auditable, appeals procedures. If a Candidate is not satisfied with the examination conditions or a Candidate feels the
opportunity for examination is being denied, the Centre Manager should, in the first instance, address the problem. If, however the problem cannot be
resolved, City & Guilds will arbitrate and an external verifier may be approached to offer independent advice. All appeals must be clearly documented by
the Centre Manager and made available to the external verifier or City & Guilds if advice is required.
Should occasions arise when centres are not satisfied with any aspect of the external verification process, they should contact Verification Services at
City & Guilds.
Access to the qualification is open to all, irrespective of gender, race, creed, age or special needs. Subject to H&S restrictions the Centre Manager
should ensure that no learner is subjected to unfair discrimination on any grounds in relation to access to assessment and to the fairness of the
assessment. QCA requires City & Guilds to monitor centres to check whether equal opportunities policies are being adhered to.
Validation of Equipment
A Manufacturer’s instruction book or other operator’s manual should be available for the Candidate to use during the assessment if required.
All equipment being used for this assessment must comply with the relevant requirements of the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations
(PUWER) 1998.
Any appropriate item of machinery complying with current legal requirements is acceptable for the assessment, provided it is suitably equipped for all
assessment activities to be carried out.
Safe Practice
Appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) must be worn at all times.
The Assessor must ensure that a site specific risk assessment is carried out.
All equipment must be operated in such a way that the Candidate, Assessor, other persons, or other equipment are not endangered.
Failure to operate safely and comply with these requirements will result in the Candidate not meeting the required standard.
Warning signs stating that an assessment is in progress should be available.
The Assessor may stop the assessment on the grounds of safety at any time at his/her discretion.
Before any assessments take place, Assessor & Candidate should to be aware of any local or national issues to prevent breach of security, safety and
any cross contamination or damage to the local environment.
A breach of Health and Safety that puts any person at risk during the assessment process will result in the assessment being terminated and
the Candidate not meeting the required standard.
Additional Information
May be sought from the relevant manufacturer’s operator manuals or any other appropriate training or safety publication.
Questions should be related to the background or employment aspirations of the candidate.
Candidates who undertake this assessment and have met the requirements are reminded of their legal obligation to receive/undertake appropriate
additional training in the use of any equipment that differs from that used during the assessment, but which they are nevertheless qualified to use.
Assessment Guidance for the Assessor
This qualification can only be assessed by an Assessor who is suitably qualified and meets the requirements of the awarding body. The Assessor must
be independent and cannot have been involved with the training of the Candidate. Please see City & Guilds Centre Manual for guidance.
The Candidate is to be notified of the place and time of assessment and when formal assessment commences and ceases.
Assessors are reminded that assessment is a formal process and that assessment must be carried out using this Qualification Guidance. All relevant
assessment criteria must be assessed against the criterion as specified in the Qualification Guidance. Assessment will be carried out by direct
observation and by oral questioning of the Candidate. Where a specific number of responses are required theses may include other suitable
answers not specified if they are deemed to be correct by the Assessor. The performance of the Candidate is to be recorded on the Qualification
Guidance as directed by completing the tick boxes. Space has been provided on the Qualification Guidance for the person assessing to record relevant
information which can be utilised to provide feedback to the Candidate. After assessment has been completed the Qualification Guidance document is
to be retained by the assessor and provided if required by a Quality Systems consultant (QSC).
© City & Guilds 2012 Reproduction of this document in whole or in part is forbidden without prior consent of City & Guilds
City & Guilds NPTC Level 2 Award in the Safe Use of Brush-cutters and Trimmers (QCF)
3
Assessment Guidance for Candidate
A list of registered assessment centres is available from City & Guilds NPTC. (www.nptc.org.uk)
Assessment is a process by which it is confirmed that the candidate is competent in the unit(s) within the award to which the assessment relates. It is
the process of collecting evidence about the candidate’s capabilities and judging whether that evidence is sufficient to attribute competence.
The Candidate must be registered through the City & Guilds approved assessment centre for this qualification prior to the assessment.
The results of the assessment will be recorded on the Record of Assessment form (ROA).
The qualification guidance contains criteria relating to:
 Observation of practical performance
 Assessment of underpinning knowledge
Published by
City & Guilds
Building 500
Abbey Park
Stareton
Warwickshire
CV8 2LY
T +44 (0)24 7685 7300
F +44 (0)24 7669 6128
www.nptc.org.uk
e-mail: [email protected]
City & Guilds is a registered charity established to promote education and training
4
© City & Guilds 2012 Reproduction of this document in whole or in part is forbidden without prior consent of City & Guilds
City & Guilds NPTC Level 2 Award in the Safe Use of Brush-cutters and Trimmers (QCF)
Candidate A
Name:
Date:
Start Time:
Duration:
Candidate B
Name:
Date:
Start Time:
Duration:
Candidate C
Name:
Date:
Start Time:
Duration:
Candidate D
Name:
Date:
Start Time:
Duration:
CRITERIA
NUMBER
ASSESSMENT
CRITERIA
1.1 Carry out a risk
Unit 201
assessment relevant to the
operation to identify:
 significant hazards
1.1
 those at risk
 control measures
 emergency
procedures
ASSESSOR
GUIDANCE
ASSESSMENT
ACTIVITIES
CANDIDATE
A B C D
Candidate to carry out a risk
assessment by checking the
site for hazards and report
findings to the Assessor
Candidate is required to:
 walk the site and remove or mark hazards
 report to the appropriate person if the site
condition is unsuitable and state why
or
 confirm that the condition of the site is acceptable
for the operation to take place
 set out warning signs
 position barriers to exclude public/animals (if
appropriate) implement suitable controls to protect
themselves
 state the emergency procedures in the event of
an incident
Candidate to state three
possible risks when operating
a brushcutter or trimmer
May include:
 contact with underground hazards
 flying debris
 bio hazards
 machine getting caught in vegetation
 kickback
 moving parts coming in contact with limbs
(Note: Any three required by
name and an outline of the
implication on brushcutter/
trimmer operation)
May include the following:
 The Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 – specified
duties under the act as an employee
 The Management of Health and Safety at Work
Regulations 1999 – a risk assessment must be
carried out for all activities
 Personal Protective Equipment Regulations 1992
– PPE must be supplied and worn
 Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 –
avoid manual handling where possible, use safe
lifting techniques
 The Control of Vibration at Work Regulations
2005 – to reduce the risk to health from vibrations
 Provision and Use of Work Equipment
Regulations (PUWER) 1998 – requires that
regular checks are made
 Noise at Work Regulations 2005 – hearing
protection must be worn over 85db
 Countryside and Wildlife Act 1981 – operation
carried out at times to minimise the impact on
wildlife
Met Not Met X
Unit 201
2.1
Describe the relevant
health and safety
legislation in relation to
trimmer and brushcutter
operations
(Any implications
considered to be valid by
the Assessor may be
accepted)
Met  Not Met X
Unit 201
3.1
Select the appropriate
Personal Protective
Equipment (PPE) for
trimmer and brushcutter
operations
Candidate to describe PPE
required for operation
Assessor Note: A mesh
visor with additional eye
protection is required for
brushcutter operations and a
clear plastic or polycarbonate
face shield is required for
trimmer operation
Unless other wise stated in the manufacturers
handbook or operators manual, PPE should include:
 hard hat/helmet with visor
 face/eye protection
 ear defenders
 non snag clothing
 safety footwear
© City & Guilds 2012 Reproduction of this document in whole or in part is forbidden without prior consent of City & Guilds
City & Guilds NPTC Level 2 Award in the Safe Use of Brush-cutters and Trimmers (QCF)
Met  Not Met X
   
   
   
   
   
   

























   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   






















5
CRITERIA
NUMBER
Unit 201
ASSESSMENT
CRITERIA
Identify the Health and
Safety features of the
equipment being used
ASSESSOR
GUIDANCE
The candidate is to identify
the guarding requirements for
the machine being used
4.1
Unit 201
5.1
Describe the pre
operational checks that
should be made to the
trimmer/brushcutter
ASSESSMENT
ACTIVITIES
CANDIDATE
A B C D
May include:
 all moving/hot parts to be guarded as defined in
the operators handbook
 blade guard (brushcutter)
or
 nylon guard and trimming knife (trimmer)
To include:
 the operator protection decals
 bystander protection decals
   
   
The candidate is to identify
all the controls on the
machine being used
To include all of the following:
 on/off switch
 choke
 Operator Presence Control (OPC)
 throttle
 throttle lock
 primer bulb
 decompressor (if fitted)







The candidate to state three
safety precautions
Safety precautions may include:
 risk assessment must be carried out before
operation of the machine
 PPE must be worn at all times
 ensuring the safety of bystanders
 a minimum safe working distance of 15 metres
must be maintained at all times
The candidate is required to
state the maximum blade or
head operating speed

Candidate to carry out preoperational checks to the
machine and describe what
they are doing to the
Assessor
These may include:
 inspecting the machine for damage (including the
blade or nylon head)
 checking that there is sufficient nylon cord
(trimmer only)
 inspecting the machine for loose components and
fixings
 checking the oil level (if applicable)
 checking the fuel level
 fuelling the machine (if required)
maximum blade or head rotation speed as
identified by manufacturer
Met  Not Met X
This may include:
 no smoking/naked flames
 avoiding contact with hot surfaces
 fuel topped up to correct level allowing for
expansion
 any spillage is dealt with using the correct
method
Met  Not Met X
Unit 201
5.2
   
The candidate is required to
state the meaning of the
decals on the machine
Candidate to state two safety
precautions that should be
observed with flammable
liquids
Identify routine
maintenance procedures
for the trimmer/brushcutter
   
   
The candidate is required to
identify routine maintenance
procedures for the
brushcutter/trimmer
This criterion will be met in
5.3, 5.4 and 5.5 and need
not be assessed separately
It includes:
 clean power unit and covers
 service the air filter
 service the spark plug
 service the recoil starter mechanism
 service fuel filter
 check angle drive and gearbox
 sharpen brushcutter blade





















   
   
   
   
   

   
   
















   
   
   
   





























and/or

remove trimmer head and refit new cord or
nylon blades
Met  Not Met X
6
© City & Guilds 2012 Reproduction of this document in whole or in part is forbidden without prior consent of City & Guilds
City & Guilds NPTC Level 2 Award in the Safe Use of Brush-cutters and Trimmers (QCF)
   

CRITERIA
NUMBER
Unit 201
ASSESSMENT
CRITERIA
Describe the procedures
for maintaining the engine
of the trimmer/brushcutter
5.3
ASSESSOR
GUIDANCE
The candidate is required to
carry out the following
activities and describe to the
assessor what they are doing
and why these activities are
necessary
The candidate to state the
purpose of the air filter
The candidate to state the
relevance of the colour of the
deposits on the spark plug
The candidate to assess the
recoil mechanism and
comment on tension and
condition of cord
The candidate is required
only to state how to service
the fuel filter
ASSESSMENT
ACTIVITIES
CANDIDATE
A B C D
Power unit and covers:
 inspect for security and damage – damaged
equipment should not be used
 external fixings present and secure
 debris removed from fins/air intake – allows for
cooling of engine
 exhaust (muffler) is secure and intact – reduce
noise and vibration
Service air filter:
 air filter prevents debris from entering the
carburettor and needs to be clean to maintain
correct air/fuel ratio
 debris removed from around filter prior to removal
 filter removed (choke closed or protected)
 filter cleaned or new filter obtained (as
appropriate)
 filter replaced and cover fitted
Service the spark plug:
 if fuel rich – deposits dark brown to black
 if fuel weak – deposits light brown to white
 engine cover and spark plug removed
 plug cleaned appropriately
 wear/damage assessed (replaced if necessary)
or
 gap size checked and set if necessary
Service starter recoil mechanism:
 when the spring is slack the cord does not fully
retract
 over tight spring binds the cord before it can be
fully extended
 recognise wear points; at base of toggle and
where attached to pulley
 starter cover removed and ventilation slots
cleaned
 cord inspected for wear
 cord and coil spring released and re-tensioned
Fuel filter (candidate required only to state how to
service the fuel filter):
 fuel cap to be removed
 filter to be located and removed from tank using
an appropriate tool
 condition of the filter determined, replacement if
necessary
 cleaning procedures include using non
flammable detergents followed by rinsing
and drying
Met  Not Met X
Unit 201
5.4
Describe the procedures
for maintaining the cutting
heads
   
   
   
   
   
   
   




















   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

The candidate is required to
carry out the following
activities and describe to the
assessor what they are doing
and why these activities are
necessary
Check angle drive and
gearbox
Continued
   
   
Angle drive and gearbox:
 access plug removed
 lubricant checked
 lubricant topped up (if appropriate)
© City & Guilds 2012 Reproduction of this document in whole or in part is forbidden without prior consent of City & Guilds
City & Guilds NPTC Level 2 Award in the Safe Use of Brush-cutters and Trimmers (QCF)
   
   
   
7
CRITERIA
NUMBER
ASSESSMENT
CRITERIA
Cont…
ASSESSOR
GUIDANCE
ASSESSMENT
ACTIVITIES
Sharpen brushcutter blade
(secured in vice or clamped
to bench)
Sharpen brushcutter blade:
 gloves worn when handling brushcutter blade
 remove blade guard
 secure blade using appropriate method (locking
pin, spanner etc)
 loosen and remove retaining nut (L/H thread)
 remove blade assembly
 check the blade for length
 check the blade for damage
 secure the blade for filing (any acceptable method
used)
 blade sharpened correctly (blade template used if
appropriate)
 blade balance checked
 blade re-checked for cracks/damage
 drive shaft and collar cleaned
 blade re-fitted, washer and lock replaced securely
Unit 201
5.4
and/or
Remove trimmer head and
refit new cord or nylon blades
(as appropriate)
CANDIDATE
A B C D
Remove trimmer head and refit new cord or nylon
blades:
 secure nylon head using an appropriate method
 remove retaining nut
Remove casing and comment on the condition of:
 casing
 ferrules
 retaining nut
 check cord or blades for damage
 refit existing or new cord or blades (as
appropriate)
 refit nylon head
 refit washer and nut and secure appropriately
 nylon trimmed to recommended length
Met  Not Met X
Unit 201
Describe the procedures
for making adjustments to
the trimmer/brushcutter
5.5
Unit 201
6.1















   




















   
   

































May include:
 adjusting the engine idling screw (if applicable)
 adjusting the fuel mixture (if applicable)
   
   
Candidate to demonstrate
other adjustments that can be
made to the machine
To include:
 handle bar adjustment as necessary
 moving/adjusting harness connection point
   
   
Candidate is required to
demonstrate how to adjust
the harness correctly
To include:
 length of shoulder straps
 length of side straps
 position of chest plate
 position of hip guard
 correct working height and balance
achieved
Candidate to carry out a
pre-cutting test
To include:
 remove and retain guard (brushcutter)
 correct starting procedure for the machine (on the
ground)
 start machine, check controls are fully operational
 ensure blade or head is stationary at idling speed
 machine stopped using on/off switch
Met  Not Met X
8





Candidate to describe how
to make adjustments to the
engine of a brushcutter or
trimmer
Met  Not Met X
Carry out pre-cutting tests
   
   
© City & Guilds 2012 Reproduction of this document in whole or in part is forbidden without prior consent of City & Guilds
City & Guilds NPTC Level 2 Award in the Safe Use of Brush-cutters and Trimmers (QCF)
















   

   

















CRITERIA
NUMBER
ASSESSMENT
CRITERIA
Prepare the site to be cut
Unit 201
6.2
ASSESSOR
GUIDANCE
Candidate to state three
precautions to be considered
when working in areas to
which the public has
pedestrian or vehicular
access
ASSESSMENT
ACTIVITIES
CANDIDATE
A B C D
May include:
 authorities informed about the work prior to
commencement
 warning signs erected
 high visibility clothing worn
 an ‘exclusion zone’ could be set up
 road or dual carriageway lane closed or
coned off
Met  Not Met X
Unit 201
Describe the different
operating techniques for
grassland and scrub
Candidate to describe the
different techniques for
grassland and scrub
To include:
 scything technique
 swatting technique (brushcutter)
 direction of working to avoid clogging blade/head
Use appropriate operating
techniques for the site
being cut
Area to be cut
approximately 30m2
To include:
 safe working distance maintained at all times
 plan work efficiently
 blade speed appropriate whist cutting
 use legs and hips to work machine
 cut vegetation using scything action
 cut vegetation using swatting method
 clear jammed blade safely (if occurs)
 vegetation cleared to specification
7.1
Met  Not Met X
Unit 201
Candidate to operate the
brushcutter demonstrating
both the scything method
and swatting method
7.2
or
Candidate to operate the
trimmer using the scything
method cutting around three
obstacles without causing
damage. The obstacles can
be e.g. trees, shrubs, picnic
tables or fence posts
To include:
 safe working distance maintained at all times
 plan work efficiently
 nylon cutting cord/blade speed appropriate whist
cutting
 use legs and hips to work machine
 cut vegetation using scything action
 renew or replace nylon cord/blade as appropriate
 clear jammed head safely (if occur)
 damage to obstacles avoided
 vegetation cleared to specification
Candidate is to state two
advantages of regularly
cleaning the machine after
use
May include, to:
 prevent corrosion
 facilitate maintenance and adjustments
 prevent personal contamination
Candidate to state two
factors to consider when
cleaning the machine
May include:
 using appropriate PPE
 removing unwanted residues using an appropriate
method, which may include:
 compressed air
 hose and water
 brush
 waste disposed in line with company policy,
environmental good practice and any legislative
requirements
Met  Not Met X
Unit 201
8.1
Store equipment
appropriately and in
accordance with
manufacturer’s guidelines
Candidate to state one
reason for inspecting the
machine after use
May include:
 machine inspected to establish if there are any
missing, damaged or worn components
 ensures that defects can be rectified before
machine is required again for use
Met  Not Met X
© City & Guilds 2012 Reproduction of this document in whole or in part is forbidden without prior consent of City & Guilds
City & Guilds NPTC Level 2 Award in the Safe Use of Brush-cutters and Trimmers (QCF)
















   

   
   
   

































   
   





























   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

9
Summary of Assessment (The Assessor is to complete the following as appropriate)
Candidate has met all of the assessment criteria
Tick

Candidate A

Signed:
Candidate has met all of the assessment criteria
Candidate B
Candidate has met all of the assessment criteria
Tick

Candidate C
Candidate has met all of the assessment criteria
Tick

Candidate D
Tick

The Candidate has not met all of the assessment criteria; (state
reason(s))
Tick

The Candidate has not met all of the assessment criteria; (state
reason(s))
Tick



Date:
Tick


Signed:
The Candidate has not met all of the assessment criteria; (state
reason(s))

Date:

Signed:
Tick

Date:

Signed:
The Candidate has not met all of the assessment criteria; (state
reason(s))

Date:
For use by Internal Verifier ONLY if the assessment process was internally verified
(Internal Verifier to complete ONE of the boxes below)
I observed an assessment process taking place and I am satisfied that the assessment was conducted in line with the qualification requirements
and that the judgement of the Assessor was appropriate.
Tick

I observed an assessment process taking place. The following were noted as areas of concern.
Tick



Signed:
Date:
10 © City & Guilds 2012 Reproduction of this document in whole or in part is forbidden without prior consent of City & Guilds
City & Guilds NPTC Level 2 Award in the Safe Use of Brush-cutters and Trimmers (QCF)
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement