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Manufacturing Pathway Skills (MaPS)
School > Schools Resources/Units
How do I login or register for the Competenz Schools’ Resources?
Which units could I teach remotely?
How do I find if my school has current consent to assess (CTA)?
Where are the industry units (formerly known as Tools4Work)?
How do I find a unit not on the website?
How do I find exemplars for the new MaPS units?
How do I get 32053 and 32055 (project) NOT 32051?
Can the unit standards stand alone? For example, can I offer 32053/32055 without offering 32051? I would have them working off set plan drawings instead
What work do learners need to do for each of the MaPS units?
Where can I find interactive workbooks for the MaPS units?
How do I find apparel units?
With the introduction of the engineering unit standards for schools (Manufacturing Pathway Skills), will the industry unit standards still available for us to use?
Do the engineering unit standards for schools (Manufacturing Pathway Skills) supersede existing industry unit standards currently offered for Level 1 and 2 engineering or are they offered alongside them?
Do you have any new project ideas in the works?
Are we limited to the projects presented in the Teacher Guidebook? We have some great ideas for projects that will meet the requirements of the new standards but are not the projects that are mentioned in your Teacher Guidebook.
How do we go about having projects that are not specified by Competenz moderated?
Is it okay if the assessment criteria is assessed over different projects? For example, milling skills may be evident in one project whilst lathe skills are in another project
When it is stated there are range of operations required and the teacher guidance lists many examples how many is actually required per unit standard?