'Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design.'

Charles Eames

'To design is to communicate clearly by whatever means you can control or master.'
Milton Glaser

Maintainance of an engineered product:

The examples below show work from a student completing the level 1/2 B-tec between 2016 and 2018. The assignment set was to work out a maintance schedule, tooling, process and log sheet etc for the stripping down and oiling maintainance of a standard air compressor. 


Shown below each set of criteria are marked worked example that you can use to guide your own work towards a maintainance task. Please be advised that the nature and type of maintainance needed to complete this module sucessfully is likely to be set by the educational centre that you are attending and is unlikely to be on the same machine. 

Learning aim A:

Exemplar Learning Aim A assignment sheet
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Learning aim A grading criteria:

Learning aim B and C: 

Exemplar learning aim B assignment sheet
Microsoft Word document [115.5 KB]
Exemplar Learning aim C assignment sheet
Microsoft Word document [118.5 KB]

The two criteria grids below show the criteria to be met to achieve in this module assignment. The gallery below shows images of completed work that just managed to scrape a distinction grade. 


There are two elements of the coursework that only just met the criteria for distinction, can you work out which areas could have been improved?

Compressor manual shhh30_9.pdf
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