Learning Objective 1 • Identify safety hazards associated with elevated deck formwork.
Learning Objective 2 • Identify the various types of structural-concrete floor and roof slabs.
- Describe how one-way solid slabs are constructed.
- Describe how two-way flat slabs are constructed.
- Explain the difference between two-way flat plate slabs and two-way flat slabs.
- Describe how one-way joist slabs are constructed.
- Describe how two-way joist slabs are constructed.
- Describe how composite slabs are constructed.
- Describe how posttensioned concrete slabs are constructed.
Learning Objective 3 • Describe the different types of form systems.
- Describe applications for pan forms.
- Describe applications for I-joist pan forms.
- Describe applications for one- and two-way beam and slab forms.
- Describe applications for flat-slab or flat-plate forms.
- Describe applications for composite-slab deck forms.
Learning Objective 4 • Identify types of elevated decks.
- List the materials used for deck surfaces.
- Explain the use of hand-set multicomponent decks.
- Describe applications for hand-set panelized decks.
- Explain the use of outriggers. e. Describe applications for flying decks.
Learning Objective 5 • Identify the different types of shores and describe applications for each.
- Explain how adjustable wood shores are installed.
- Explain how manufactured shores are installed.
Learning Objective 6 • Identify specialty form systems.
- Explain how bridge decks are formed.
- Explain how tunnels and culverts are formed.
Performance Task 1 (Learning Objective 4) • Erect, plumb, brace, and level a hand-set deck form.
Performance Task 2 (Learning Objective 4) • Install edge forms, including instructor-selected blockouts, embedments, and bulkheads.