Introduction to Hand Tools – Module ID 00103

Introduction to Hand Tools – Module ID 00103

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Introduction to Hand Tools (Module 00103) instructs trainees in the identification, use, and care of hand tools. Developing the knowledge to properly choose and safely use hand tools is an essential part of the construction industry.

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Objectives

Learning Objective 1 – Name common hand tools and state how to use them.

  • Identify various hammers and demolition tools and explain how to use them.
  • Describe chisels and punches and how they are used.
  • Match screwdrivers to the appropriate hardware.
  • Differentiate between non-adjustable, adjustable, and socket wrenches.
  • Describe various types of pliers and explain how they are used.

Learning Objective 2 – Identify common measurement and layout tools and describe how to use them.

  • Explain how to use a variety of measuring tools.
  • Define various types of levels and layout tools and indicate how they are used.

Learning Objective 3 – Identify and describe other hand tools common to shops and job sites.

  • Differentiate between various handsaws and their designated applications.
  • Identify common clamp designs.
  • Explain how different files and utility knives are used with various materials.
  • Describe shovels and picks and the tasks for which each one is best suited

Performance Tasks

Performance Task 1 – (Learning Objectives 1 through 3) Inspect and demonstrate the safe and proper use of the following hand tools:

  • Hammers
  • Demolition tools
  • Chisels and punches
  • Screwdrivers
  • Adjustable wrenches
  • Non-adjustable wrenches
  • Sockets
  • Pliers
  • Tape measures
  • Levels
  • Squares
  • Handsaws
  • Clamps
  • Files
  • Utility knives
  • Shovels

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