Know how to convert from imperial to metric measurement and to use a measuring rule and demonstrate it at the examination.
Know the different types of tools, nails, screws, tap washers, nuts, and bolts, etc and wall plugs. Know where, why, and how to use them. Be able to explain during the examination.
Be able to use the tools required for simple woodwork and small household jobs, like fit a pair of hinges to a cupboard door and hang the door; fasten with a magnetic catch; hang cupboard to a brick and plaster wall using plugs.
Be able to replace tap washers.
Know the difference between `powers and `lighting' circuits and the importance of switching off the mains supply when carrying out work on the electrical installation.
Know how to install a wall plug, as well as how to change or repair a main fuse.
Know the colour coding for a 3 core wiring system and at the examination, wire a 13 amp plug.
Know the different types of switches used in a house and how to replace them.
Be able to use a soldering iron to solder a leak and know how to use do-it-yourself bonding materials for similar purposes.
Know how to clean a blocked `U' pipe under a sink and how to replace and properly seal screw plug at the base of the pipe.
Be able to replace a fluorescent tube and an incandescent lamp.