But there are always some adjustments that have to be made on-site, either before the cabinets are physically put in position, or after they have been installed.
They also include adjusting moving parts so that they operate freely and smoothly.
On some jobs they can involve re-cutting panels or shaping filler strips to deal with problems in the walls or other existing parts of the building.
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There are two sections in this unit:
- Making adjustments
- Using tools on-site
Each section contains an Overview, an Assignment, and Lessons which cover the content material. The links to these pages will appear in the side menu bar when you select the main link for that section.
Your final assessment of competency in this unit will include demonstrations of your ability to make adjustments to cabinets on-site as you prepare to install them. To help you get ready for these hands-on assessment activities, have a look at the Practical demonstration checklist by clicking on the link below:
The checklist sets out the sorts of things your trainer will be looking for when you undertake the practical demonstrations. Make sure you talk to your trainer or supervisor about any of the details that you don't understand, or aren't ready to demonstrate, before the assessment event is organised. This will give you time to get the hang of the tasks you will need to perform, so that you'll feel more confident when the time comes to be assessed. When you are able to tick all of the YES boxes in the checklist you will be ready to carry out the practical demonstration component of this unit.
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