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Assemble shoe by hand

Performance Criteria

Set up workstation

  1. Workstation is set up, appropriate to construction process being used.

  2. Tools, machines and equipment are set up, checked and adjusted for correct operation.

  3. Adjustments are made to machines to accommodate specific product requirements.

  4. Records are maintained.

Prepare parts for assembly

  1. Work ticket is followed to collect and sort parts including last, uppers, insoles, heels and soles.

  2. Parts and components are prepared and positioned, appropriate to construction process.

  3. The sequencing of operations to meet job specifications and timeframes is determined.

Assemble the shoe

  1. Shoe components are positioned according to construction process to be used.

  2. Shoe components are attached and assembled in correct sequence.

  3. Shoe is slipped from last.

  4. Uppers, heels, edges and soles are finished off using appropriate hand and machine operations and materials.

  5. Shoe assembly is conducted according to OHS practices

Conduct final quality check and despatch work

  1. Final quality check is conducted to ensure compliance with job specifications and workplace quality standards.

  2. Corrections are made to product as required to meet specifications.

  3. Work is despatched to next stage.

Evidence Guide

Critical aspects of evidence

Demonstrates skills and knowledge to:

Consistency in performance

Consistently applies skills and knowledge when:

Resource implications

Access is required to real or appropriately simulated situations, including work areas, materials and equipment, and to information on workplace practices and OHS practices.

Context for assessment

Assessment may occur on the job or in an appropriately simulated environment.

Interdependent assessment

This unit may be assessed independently or in combination with other relevant units.

Range Statements

Legislative/regulatory requirements

All work must comply with relevant Federal and State or Territory legislative or regulatory requirements.

Components may include:

OHS practices

OHS practices include hazard identification and control, risk assessment and implementation of risk reduction measures specific to the tasks described by this unit, and may relate to: