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COMPETENCY-BASED

CURRICULUM

Sector:

ELECTRONICS
Qualification:

Electronic Products Assembly & Servicing NC II


PANIQUI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Sta. Rosa St., Paniqui, Tarlac
199 4

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

A...COURSE DESIGN.........................................................................................3-9

B. MODULES OF INSTRUCTION..................................................................10-76

 BASIC COMPETENCIES...........................................................................11

o Participating in workplace communication......................................12-15

o Working in a team environment......................................................16-17

o Practicing career professionalism...................................................18-20

o Practicing occupational health and safety procedures.......................21-


24

 COMMON COMPETENCIES....................................................................25

o Apply Quality Standards..................................................................26-28

o Perform Computer Operations........................................................29-33

o Perform Mensuration and Calculation.............................................34-36

o Prepare and Interpret Technical Drawings......................................37-40

o Use Hand tools................................................................................41-43

o Terminate and Connect Electrical Wiring, Electronics........................44-


47

o Test electronic components.............................................................48-52

 CORE COMPETENCIES...........................................................................53

o Assemble Electronics Products.......................................................54-60

o Service consumer electronic products and systems...........................61-


68

o Service industrial electronic modules, products and


systems...........................................................................................69-76

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COURSE DESIGN

COURSE TITLE : ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS ASSEMBLY AND


SERVICINGNC II

NOMINAL DURATION : 260 hours

QUALIFICATION : NC II

COURSE DESCRIPTION :

This course is designed to develop & enhance the knowledge, skills, & attitudes of
an Electronic Products Technician, in accordance with industry standards. It covers the
basic and common competencies in addition to the core competencies such as
assembling electronic products, fabricating PCB modules and installing and servicing
consumer and industrial electronic products and systems.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:

Trainees or students should possess the following requirements:

 Can communicate both orally and in written form;


 Physically and mentally fit;
 With good moral character; and
 Can perform basic mathematical computations.

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COURSE STRUCTURE:

BASIC COMPETENCIES
(40 hours)

UNIT OF Nominal
MODULE TITLE LEARNING OUTCOME
COMPETENCY Hours

1. Participate in 1.1 Participating in 1.1.1 Obtain and convey


workplace workplace 4 hrs
communication communication workplace information
1.1.2 Participate in workplace 6 hrs
meeting and discussion
1.1.3. Complete relevant work 4 hrs
related documents
2. Work in a team 2.1 Working with 2.1.1 Describe team role and
environment others scope 2 hrs
2.1.2. Identify own role and 2 hrs

2.1.3. Work as a team 4 hrs


member

3. Practice career 3.1 Practicing 3.1.1 Integrate personal 3 hrs


professionalism career objectives with
professionalism organizational goals
3.1.2. Set and meet work 3 hrs

3.1.3. Maintain professional 2 hrs


growth and development
4.1.1 Identify hazards and
4. Practice 4.1 Practicing risks 3 hrs
occupational occupational health
4.1.2. Evaluate hazards and 3 hrs
health and safety and safety
risks
procedures
procedures 4.1.3 Control hazards and 2 hrs
risks
4.1.4. Maintain occupational 2 hrs
health and safety
awareness

COMMON COMPETENCIES
(80 hours)

Nominal
UNIT OF MODULE TITLE LEARNING OUTCOME
Hours
COMPETENCY

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1.1.1 Assess quality of
1. Apply Quality 1. 1 Applying 3 hrs
Standards quality standards received
materials or components
1.1.2. Assess own work 3 hrs
1.1.3. Engage in quality 2 hrs
improvement

2. Perform Computer 2.1 Performing 2.1.2Plan and prepare for 2 hrs


Operations computer tasks to be undertaken
operations 2.1.2. Input data into computer 6 hrs
2.1.3. Access information 4 hrs
using computer
2.1.4. Produce output/data 6 hrs
using computer systems
2.1.5. Maintain computer 2 hrs
equipment and systems
3.1.1 Select measuring
3. Perform 3.1 Performing instruments 2 hrs
Mensuration and mensuration and 3.1.2. Carry out measurements 6 hrs
Calculation calculation and calculations
3.1.3. Maintain measuring 2 hrs
instruments
4.1.1 Identify different kinds of
4. Prepare and 4.1 Preparing and drawing 2 hrs
Interpret Technical interpreting
Drawings technical drawing 4.1.2. Interpret technical
drawing 2 hrs
4.1.3. Prepare/Make changes
on electrical/electronic 2 hours
schematic and drawings
4.1.4. Store technical drawings 2 hrs
and equipment
/instruments
5.1.1 Plan and prepare for
5. Use Handtools 5.1 Using Hand task to be undertaken 2 hrs
Tools 5.1.2. Prepare hand tools 1 hr
5.1.3. Use appropriate hand 2 hrs
tools and test equipment
5.1.4. Maintain hand tools 1 hr

6. Terminate and 6.1 Terminating and 6.1.1 Plan and prepare for 3 hrs
connecting termination/ connection
Connect electrical of electrical wiring/
Electrical wiring & electronics electronic circuits
Wiring, circuit 6.1.2. Terminate/Connect 8 hrs
Electronics
wiring/electronic circuits
Circuits
6.1.3. Test termination/ 3 hrs

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connections of electrical
wiring/ electronics
circuits
7.1.1 Plan an approach for
7. Test electronic 7.1 Testing component testing 2 hrs
electronic 7.1.2. Test components 10 hrs
components components
7.1.3. Evaluate the testing 2 hrs
process

CORE COMPETENCIES
(140 h0urs)

Nominal
MODULE TITLE LEARNING OUTCOME
Hours
UNIT OF COMPETENCY
1.1.1 Prepare to assemble

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1. Assemble Electronic 1.1 Assembling electronic products 4 hrs
Products Consumer
Electronics 1.1.2Prepare/ Make PCB
Products and mount and solder 12 hrs
Systems electronic components
1.1.3. Perform electronic
products assembly 15 hrs
1.1.4. Test and inspect
assembled electronic 8 hrs
products
2.1.1 Prepare unit, tools and
2. Service consumer 2.1 Servicing 4 hrs
electronic products consumer workplace for installation
and systems electronic products and service
and systems 2.1.2. Install consumer
electronic products and 16 hrs
systems
2.1.3. Diagnose faults and
defects of consumer 6 hrs
electronic products and
system
2.1.4. Maintain/Repair
consumer electronic 12 hrs
products
2.1.5. Re-assemble and test
repaired consumer 12 hrs
electronic product
3.1.1 Prepare unit, tools and
3 Service industrial 3.1 Servicing workplace for installation 4 hrs
electronic modules, industrial electronic / servicing
products and modules, products 3.1.2. Install industrial
and systems electronic modules/ 16 hrs
systems
products/ systems
3.1.3. Diagnose faults and
defects of industrial 6 hrs
electronic modules/
products/systems
3.1.4. Maintain/Repair
industrial electronic 12 hrs
products
3.1.5. Reassemble and test
repaired industrial 12 hrs
electronic products

TRAINER’S QUALIFICATIONS

 Must be a holder of TESDA Consumer Electronics Servicing NCIII or


equivalent

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 Must have completed Training Methodology II (TM II) course or equivalent
 * Must have at least 2-years relevant industry experience.
 Must be physically & mentally fit.

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Demonstration of practical skills
 Direct observation
 Interview

COURSE DELIVERY:

 Modular
 Demonstration
 Lecture
 Discussion
 Dual training
 Distance learning

RESOURCES:

TOOLS EQUIPMENT MATERIAL


Qty. Description Qty. Description Qty. Description
1set Pliers assorted, 1uni Multimeter(analog/ 1 Soldering wire

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Long nose, Side
t digital) spool
cutter
ESD free work
Screw driver
1 1 bench with mirror
assorted, Phillips, 50 ml SMD soldering paste
set set Back-to-back/one-
slotted
sided
High grade
1 1 500
Desoldering tools magnifying glass SMD soldering flux
set set ml
with lamp
1 1 Variable power
Wrenches assorted 1 pc. Cleaning brush
set unit supply
1 1 Variable 1
Allen wrench/key Thinner/alcohol
set unit transformer bottle
1 Hot air soldering
1 pc Utility knife/stripper 5ml Thermal paste
unit station
1 1 Oscilloscope, 1
Test jigs Ferric chloride
set unit digital bottle
1 Signal generator Stranded/solid/ hook-up
1 pc Wire stripper 5m
unit wires
1 Function generator
10m wire stranded, #22, red
unit
Electronically-
1
1 pc Digital micrometer controlled soldering 10m wire stranded, #22, black
unit
station
1 pc Anti-static strap 10m wire stranded, #22, white
1 pc Anti-static brush 10m wire stranded, #22, blue
Recommended wire stranded, #22,
1pc Anti-static mat 10m
equipment: yellow
1 1 Table top reflow
Bread boards 10m wire stranded, #22, green
set unit oven
1 Lead-free soldering Solid wires, assorted
10m
unit system color
Assorted electronic
1 set
components
50 resistors (different
pcs values)
50 capacitors (different
pcs values)

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MODULES OF INSTRUCTION

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BASIC COMPETENCIES

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PARTICIPATE IN WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION

MODULE TITLE : Participating in workplace communication

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills and


attitudes required to obtain, interpret and convey
information in response to workplace requirements.

SUGGESTED DURATION : 14 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of this module the students/ trainees will be able to:

LO1. Obtain and convey workplace information


LO2. Complete relevant work related documents.
LO3. Participate in workplace meeting and discussion.

LO1. OBTAIN AND CONVEY WORKPLACE INFORMATION

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Parts of The students/  Group  Written test
 Specific speech trainees must discussion
relevant be provided  Practical/pe
information is  Sentence with the  Interaction rformance
accessed from construction following: test
 Writing  Lecture
appropriate
 Effective materials  Interview
sources.  Reportorial
communicat (pen &
 Effective
ion paper)
questioning,
active listening  References
and speaking (books),
skills are used Manuals
to gather and
convey
information.
 Appropriate
medium is used
to transfer
information and
ideas.
 Appropriate
non-verbal
communication

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is used.
 Appropriate
lines of
communication
with superiors
and colleagues
are identified
and followed.
 Defined
workplace
procedures for
the location and
storage of
information are
used.
 Personal
interaction is
carried out
clearly and
concisely.

LO2. PARTICIPATE IN WORKPLACE MEETING AND DISCUSSION

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Sentence The  Group  Written test
 Team meetings construction students/traine discussions
are attended on es must be  Practical/pe
time.  Technical provided with  Interaction rformance
writing the following: test
 Own opinions
 Paper  Lecture
are clearly
 Recording  Interview
expressed and
information  Pencils/ball
those of others pen
are listened to
without  References
interruption. (books)
 Meeting inputs
are consistent  Manuals
with the meeting
purpose and
established

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protocols.
 Workplace
interaction are
conducted in a
courteous
manner
appropriate to
cultural
background and
authority in the
enterprise
procedures.
 Questions about
simple routine
workplace
procedures and
matters
concerning
conditions of
employment are
asked and
responded.
 Meeting
outcomes are
interpreted and
implemented.

LO3. COMPLETE RELEVANT WORK RELATED DOCUMENTS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Basic The  Group  Written test
 Ranges of mathematic students/traine discussion
forms relating to s es must be  Practical/pe
conditions of provided with  Interaction rformance
 Technical the following: test
employment are
writing  Paper  Lecture
completed
 Interview
accurately and  Pencils/ball
 Types of
legibly. pen 
forms
 Workplace data
is recorded on  Reference

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books
standard
workplace forms  Manuals
and documents.
 Basic
mathematical
processes are
used for routine
calculations.
 Errors in
recording
information on
forms/
documents are
identified and
rectified.
 Reporting
requirements to
superior are
completed
according to
enterprise
guidelines.

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : WORK IN A TEAM ENVIRONMENT

MODULE TITLE : Working in a team environment

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills, and


attitudes required to relate in a work based
environment.

NOMINAL DURATION : 8 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of this module, the students/ trainees will be able to:

LO1. Describe and identify team role and responsibility in a team.


LO2. Describe work as a team member.

LO1. DESCRIBE AND IDENTIFY TEAM ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Team role. The students/  Group  Written test
 Role and trainees must discussion/i
objective of the  Relationshi be provided nteraction  Observation
team is p and with the
responsibilit following:  Case  Simulation
identified.
ies  Standard studies
 Team  Role
operating
parameters, playing
 Role and procedure  Simulation
relationships
responsibilit (SOP) of
and
ies with workplace
responsibilities
team
are identified.  Job
 Individual role environmen
t. procedures
and
responsibilities  Relationshi  Client/suppli
within team p within a er
environment are team. instructions

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 Quality
identified. standards
 Roles and
responsibilities  Organizatio
of other team nal or
members are external
identified and personnel
recognized.
 Reporting
relationships
within team and
external to team
are identified.

LO2. DESCRIBE WORK AS A TEAM MEMBER

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Communica The  Group  Observation
 Appropriate tion process students/traine discussion/i of work
forms of es must be nteraction activities
communication  Team provided with
and interactions structure/te the following:  Case  Observation
am roles  SOP of studies through
are undertaken.
workplace simulation
 Appropriate
 Group  Simulation or role play
contributions to  Job
planning
complement procedures 
and  Case
team activities
decision  Organizatio studies and
and objectives
making n or scenarios.
are made.
 Reporting using external
standard personnel
operating
procedures
followed.
 Development of
team work plans
based from role
team is
contributed.

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PRACTICE CAREER PROFESSIONALISM

MODULE TITLE : Practicing career professionalism

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills and


attitudes in promoting career growth and
advancement, specifically to integrate personal
objectives with organizational goals set and meet
work priorities and maintain professional growth and
development.

NOMINAL DURATION : 8 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of this module, the trainee/student must be able to:

LO1. Integrate personal objectives with organizational goals


LO2. Set and meet work priorities
LO3. Maintain professional growth and development

LO1. INTEGRATE PERSONAL OBJECTIVES WITH ORGANIZATIONAL GOALS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Personal The students/  Interactive  Role play
 Personal growth developmen trainees must -lecture
and work plans t-social be provided  Interview
towards with the  Simulation
aspects:
following:  Written
improving the intra and  Workplace  Demonstrati examination
qualifications interperson
on
set for al  Code of
professionalism developmen  Self paced

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t ethics instruction
are evident.
 Intra and  Organizatio  Organizatio
interpersonal nal goals nal goals
relationship in
 Personal  Hand outs
the course of
hygiene and and
managing
practices Personal
oneself based
developmen
on performance  Code of t-social
evaluation is ethics aspects
maintained.
 Commitment to  CD’s, VHS
the organization tapes,
and its goal is transparenc
demonstrated in ies
the performance
of duties.
 Practice of
appropriate
personal
hygiene is
observed.
 Job targets
within key result
areas are
attained.

LO2. SET AND MEET WORK PRIORITIES

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Organizatio The students/  Interactive  Role play
 Competing nal Key trainees must lecture
demands to Result be provided  Interview
achieve with the  Group
Areas
following discussion  Written
personal, team (KRA)  Hand outs examination
and
 Work on  Structured
organizational
values and activity
goals and o Organizatio
objectives are ethical nal KRA  Demonstrati
prioritized. standards on
 Resources are o Work
 Company
utilized values and

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policies on ethics
efficiently and the use and
effectively to maintenanc o Company
manage work e of policies and
priorities and equipment standards
commitments.
o Sample job
 Practices and
targets
economic use
and  Learning
maintenance of guides
equipment and
facilities are  CD’s, VHS
followed as per tapes,
established transparenc
procedures. ies
 Job targets
within key result
areas are
attained.

LO3. MAINTAIN PROFESSIONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 QualificatioThe  Interactive  Demonstrati
 Training and n standards students/traine lecture on
career es must be
opportunities  Gender and provided with  Film  Interview
relevant to the developmen the following: viewing
t (GAD)  Quality  Written
job
sensitivity standards  Role examination
requirements
play/simulat
are identified  GAD  Portfolio
 Professiona ion
and availed. handouts assessment
lism in the
 Licenses and/or  Group
workplace 
certifications CD’s, VHS discussion 
according to the  List of tapes on
requirements of professional professional 
the licenses ism in the
qualifications workplace
are acquired
 Professiona
and maintained
 Fundamental l licenses
rights at work samples

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including
gender
sensitivity are
manifested/
observed
 Training and
career
opportunities
based on the
requirements of
industry are
completed and
updated.

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PRACTICE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY


PROCEDURES

MODULE TITLE : Practicing occupational health and safety


procedures

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes
required to comply with the regulatory and
organizational requirements for occupational health
and safety such as identifying, evaluating and
maintaining occupational health and safety (OHS)
awareness.

NOMINAL DURATION : 10 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of this module, the trainee/student must be able to:

LO1. Identity hazards and risks


LO2. Evaluate hazards and risks
LO3. Control hazards and risks
LO4. Maintain occupational health and safety awareness

LO1. IDENTIFY HAZARDS AND RISKS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods

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 Hazards The students/  Interactive  Situation
 Workplace and risks trainees must -lecture analysis
hazards and identificatio be provided  Simulation  Interview
risks are with the
n and  Symposium  Practical
following:
identified and control  Group examination
 Workplace
clearly dynamics  Written
 Organizatio  Personal
explained. examination
nal safety protective
 Hazards/risks
and health equipment
and its
protocol (PPE)
corresponding
indicators are  Learning
 Threshold guides
identified in with
limit value  Hand-outs
the company
(TLV) o Organizatio
procedures.
 Contingency nal safety
 OHS
measures are and health
indicators
recognized and protocol
established in o OHS
accordance with indicators
organizational o Threshold
procedures. limit value
o Hazards/ris
k
identificatio
n and
control
 CD’s, VHS
tapes,
transparenc
ies

LO2. EVALUATE HAZARDS AND RISKS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 TLV table The  Interactive  Interview
 Terms of  Philippine students/traine lecture  Written
maximum es must be  Situation
OHS examination
tolerable limits provided with
standards the following: analysis  Simulation
are identified  Effects of  Symposium
 Hand outs
based on hazards in  Film
on
threshold limit the viewing
o Philippine
values (TLV) workplace  Group
OHS

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 Ergonomics standards dynamics
 Effects of  ECC o Effects of
hazards are Regulations hazards in
determined. the
 OHS issues and workplace
concerns are o Ergonomics
identified in o ECC
accordance with regulations
workplace
 TLV table
requirements
 CD’s, VHS
and relevant
tapes,
workplace OHS
transparenc
legislation
ies

LO3. CONTROL HAZARDS AND RISKS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Safety The  Interactive  Written
 OHS regulations students/traine lecture examination
procedures for  Clean air es must be  Symposium  Interview
controlling provided with
act the following:  Film  Case/situati
hazards and  Electrical viewing on analysis
 Hand outs
risk are strictly and fire  Group  Simulation
on
followed. safety code dynamics
 Safety
 Procedures in  Waste Regulations  Self-paced
dealing with manageme  Clean air instruction
workplace nt
accidents, fire act
 Disaster  Electrical
and
preparedne and fire
emergencies
ss and safety code
are followed in
manageme  Waste
accordance with
nt manageme
the
 Contingenc nt
organization’s
y measures  Disaster
OHS policies.
and preparedne
 Personal
procedures ss and
protective
equipment manageme
(PPE) is nt

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 Contingenc
correctly used in y measures
accordance with and
organization’s procedures
OHS  OHS
procedures and personal
practices. records
 Procedures in  PPE
providing
 CD’s, VHS
appropriate
tapes,
assistance in
transparenc
the event of
ies
workplace
emergencies
are identified in
line with the
established
organizational
protocol

LO4. MAINTAIN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY AWARENESS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Operational The  Interactive  Demonstrati
 Procedures in health and students/traine lecture on
emergency safety es must be  Simulation  Interview
related drill are provided with
procedure,  Symposium  Written
the following:
strictly followed practices  Film examination
 Workplace
in line with the and viewing  Portfolio
 PPE
established regulations  Group assessment
 OHS
organization  Emergency- dynamics
personal
guidelines and related drills
records
procedures. and training
 OHS personal  CD’s, VHS

records are tapes,
filled up in transparenc
accordance with ies
workplace  Health
requirements. record
 PPE are
maintained in
line with

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organization
guidelines and
procedures

COMMON COMPETENCIES

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : APPLY QUALITY STANDARDS

MODULE TITLE : APPLYING QUALITY STANDARDS

MODULE DESCRIPTION : This module covers the knowledge, skills, attitudes


and values needed to apply quality standards in the
workplace. The unit also includes the application of
relevant safety procedures and regulations,
organization procedures and customer requirements.

NOMINAL DURATION : 8 hrs

LEARNING OUTCOMES :

Upon completion of this module, the trainee/student must be able to:

LO1. Assess quality of received materials


LO2. Assess own work
LO3. Engage in quality improvement

Details of Learning Outcomes:

LO 1. ASSESS QUALITY OF RECEIVED MATERIALS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Reading Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Work skills trainees must demonstrati  Direct
instructions are required to be provided on observation
obtained and interpret with the  Self-paced  Practical
work is carried work following: instruction demonstratio
out in instruction  Work  Group n
accordance with  Workplace instructions discussion
standard standards  Manuals
operating and (Operation
procedures specificatio Manual of
ns the
 Received  Procedure company /
materials or s in Manufactur
component obtaining er’s
parts are and Instruction
checked against carrying / Service
workplace out work Manual)
standards and instructions  Company /
specifications  Quality Workplace
checking standards

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procedures and
 Faulty material  Fault specificatio
or components identificatio ns
related to work n and
are identified reporting
and isolated  Carry out
work in
 Faults and any accordanc
identified e with
causes are policies
recorded and/or and
reported to the procedures
supervisor
concerned in
accordance with
workplace
procedures

 Faulty materials
or components
are replaced in
accordance with
workplace
procedures

LO2. ASSESS OWN WORK

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Communic Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Documentation ation skills trainees must demonstrati  Direct
relative to needed to be provided on observation
quality within interpret with the  Self-paced  Practical
the company is and apply following: instruction demonstratio
identified and defined  Group n
used work  Organizati discussion
procedures on work
 Completed work  Identifying procedures
is checked errors  Manufactur
against (deviation er’s
workplace from Instruction
standards customer Manual
relevant to the and or  Customer
task undertaken organizatio requiremen
n ts
 Faulty pieces requiremen  Other
are identified ts) forms

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and isolated

 Information on
the quality and
other indicators
of production
performance is
recorded in
accordance with
workplace
procedures
 Deviations from
specified quality
standards,
causes are
documented
and reported in
accordance with
the workplace’
standards
operating
procedures

LO3. ENGAGE IN QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Relevant Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Process production trainees must demonstrati  Direct
improvement processes, be provided on observation
procedures are materials with the  Self-paced  Practical
participated in and following: instruction demonstratio
relation to products  Group n
workplace  Safety and  Organizati discussion
assignment environme on work
 Work is carried ntal procedures
out in aspects of  Manufactur
accordance with production er’s
process processes Instruction
improvement  Critical Manual
procedures thinking  Customer
 Performance of  Quality requiremen
operation or improveme ts
quality of nt  Other
product or processes forms
service to

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ensure
customer
satisfaction is
monitored

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PERFORM COMPUTER OPERATIONS

MODULE TITLE : PERFORMING COMPUTER OPERATIONS

MODULE DESCRIPTION : This module covers the knowledge, skills, attitudes


and values needed to perform computer operations
which include inputting, accessing, producing, and
transferring data using the appropriate hardware and
software.

NOMINAL DURATION : 20 hrs

LEARNING OUTCOMES :

Upon completion of this module, the trainee/student must be able to:

LO1. Plan and prepare for tasks to be taken / undertaken


LO2. Input data into computer
LO3. Access information using computer
LO4. Produce output/data using computer systems
LO5. Use basic functions of a Web browser to locate information
LO6. Maintain computer equipment and systems

Details of Learning Outcomes:

LO1. PLAN AND PREPARE FOR TASKS TO BE UNDERTAKEN

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
1.1. Requiremen  Reading The students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
ts of task and trainees must demonstrati  Direct
are comprehen be provided on observation
determined sion skills with the  Self-paced  Practical
according to required to following: instruction demonstratio
job interpret  Equipment:  Group n
specification work  1 unit of discussion
s instructions computer
1.2. Appropriate and to  voltage
hardware interpret regulator /
and

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software are basic user UPS
selected manuals  Learning
according to  OH and S Materials:
task principles  Learning
assigned and Manuals
and responsibili  Work
required ties Instruction
outcome  Main types  Hand-outs
Task is planned of  Supplies /
to ensure OH & computers Materials:
S guidelines and basic  Operating
and procedures features of System
are followed different  Application
operating program
systems
 Storage
devices
and basic
categories
of memory
 Relevant
types of
software
 General
security,
privacy
legislation
and
copyright

LO2. INPUT DATA INTO COMPUTER

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Relevant Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Data are types of trainees must demonstrati  Direct
entered into the software be provided on observation
computer using  Communic with the  Self-paced  Practical
appropriate ation skills following: instruction demonstratio
program/applica to identify  Equipment:  Group n
tion in lines of o 1 unit of discussion
accordance with communic computer
company ation o voltage
procedures  Request regulator /
advice, UPS
 Accuracy of follow o Learning
information is instructions Materials:

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and o Learning
checked and receive Manuals
information is feedback o Work
saved in  Storage Instruction
accordance with devices o Hand-outs
standard and basic  Supplies /
operating categories Materials:
procedures of memory o Operating
 Basic System
 Inputted data ergonomic o Applicatio
are stored in s of n program
storage media keyboard
according to and
requirements computer
user
 Work is
performed
within
ergonomic
guidelines

LO3. ACCESS INFORMATION USING COMPUTER

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods

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 Relevant Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Correct types of trainees must demonstrati  Direct
program/applica software be provided on observation
tion is selected  Business with the  Self-paced  Practical
based on job Application following: instruction demonstratio
requirements  System  Equipment:  Group n
 Program/applica software o 1 unit of discussion
tion containing  Basic computer
the information ergonomic o voltage
required is s of regulator /
accessed keyboard UPS
according to and o Learning
company computer Materials:
procedures user o Learning
 Desktop icons Manuals
are correctly o Work
selected, Instruction
opened and o Hand-outs
closed for  Supplies /
navigation Materials:
purposes o Operating
 Keyboard System
techniques are o Applicatio
carried out in
n program
line with OH & S
o Disks
requirements for
safe use of
keyboards

LO 4. PRODUCE OUTPUT/DATA USING COMPUTER SYSTEM

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Relevant The students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Entered data types of trainees must demonstrati  Direct
are processed software be provided on observation
using  Computer with the  Self-paced  Practical
appropriate peripherals following: instruction demonstratio
software  Storage  Equipment:  Group n
commands devices o 1 unit of discussion
 Data printed out and basic computer
as required categories o printer
using computer of memory o voltage
hardware/periph regulator /
eral devices in UPS
accordance with  Learning

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Materials:
standard o Learning
operating Manuals
procedures o Work
 Files, data are Instruction
transferred o Hand-outs
between  Supplies /
compatible Materials:
systems using o Operating
computer System
software, o Application
hardware/ program
peripheral o Disks
devices in
accordance with
standard
operating
procedures

LO 5. MAINTAIN COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Security The students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Systems for measures trainees must demonstrat  Direct
cleaning, minor  Anti-virus be provided ion observation
maintenance software/pr with the  Self-paced  Practical
and ograms following: instruction demonstratio
replacement of  File  Equipment:  Group n
consumables Manageme o 1 unit of discussion
are nt compute
implemented r
o voltage
 Procedures for regulator
ensuring / UPS
security of data,  Learning
including Materials:
regular back- o Learning
ups and virus Manuals
checks are o Work
implemented in Instructi
accordance with on
standard o Hand-
operating outs
procedures  Supplies /
Materials:

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o Operatin
 Basic file g
maintenance System
procedures are o Applicati
implemented in on
line with the program
standard
operating
procedures

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PERFORM MENSURATION AND CALCULATION

MODULE TITLE : PERFORMING MENSURATION AND


CALCULATION

MODULE DESCRIPTION : This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes
and values needed identifying, caring, and using
measuring instruments.

NOMINAL DURATION : 10 hrs

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of this module, the trainee/student must be able to:

LO1. Select measuring instruments


LO2. Carry out measurements and calculation
LO3. Maintain measuring instruments

LO1. SELECT MEASURING INSTRUMENTS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Types of The  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Object or component students/traine demonstrati  Direct
component to s and es must be on observation
be measured is object to provided with  Self-paced  Practical
identified be the following: instruction demonstratio
according to identified  Try square  Group n
procedures  Knowing  Protractor discussion
the correct  Steel rule
 Correct specificatio  Taper
specifications ns of the
are obtained relevant
from relevant sources
source  Identify the
necessary
 Measuring tools measuring
are selected in tools in
line with job selecting
requirements the job
requiremen
ts
 Reading
skills
required to
interpret
work

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instruction
 Communic
ation skills

LO2. CARRY OUT MEASUREMENTS AND CALCULATION

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Identifying Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Appropriate appropriate trainees must demonstrati  Direct
measuring measuring be provided on observation
instrument is instrument with the  Self-paced  Practical
selected to s to be following: instruction demonstratio
achieve used.  Torque  Group n
required  Use gauge discussion
outcome accurate  Combinatio
measurem n gauge
 Accurate ents for the  Volume
measurements tasks  Area
are obtained for given.  Circumstan
job  Using the ce
four  Thickness
 Calculation fundament
needed to s of
complete work mathemati
tasks are cal
performed using operations
the four basic  Introducing
process of proper
addition (+), procedure
subtraction (-), in
multiplication calculating
(x), and division fractions,
percentage
 Calculation s, and
involving mixed
fractions, numbers to
percentages perform in
and mixed the given
numbers are tasks.
used to  Reading
complete skills
workplace required to
tasks. interpret
work
 Numerical instruction

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 Reading
computation is skills
checked and required to
corrected for interpret
accuracy work
Instruments are instruction
read to the limit  Communic
of accuracy of ation skills
the tool

LO3. MAINTAIN MEASURING INSTRUMENTS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Using The students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Measuring appropriate trainees must demonstrat  Direct
instruments are instruments be provided ion observation
handles without tools to avoid with the  Self-paced  Practical
damage damage. following: instruction Demonstrati
according to  Proper  Students/  Group on
procedures procedure in trainees discussion
cleaning up must be
 Measuring the workplace provided
instruments are before and with the
cleaned before after using following:
and after using.  Identifying  Straight
the proper edge
 Proper storage storage of the  Steel rule
of instruments instruments  Displacem
are undertaken to be kept ent
according to that met the  Inside
manufacturer’s manufacturer’ diameter
specifications s  Outside
and standard specifications diameter
operating and standard  Thickness
procedures. to avoid  Taper
damage in  Out of
mismatching. roundness
Reading skills
required to
interpret work
instruction
 Communicati
on skills

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PREPARE AND INTERPRET TECHNICAL
DRAWING

MODULE TITLE : PREPARING AND INTERPRETING TECHNICAL


DRAWING

MODULE DESCRIPTION : This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitude
and values needed to prepare/interpret diagrams,
engineering abbreviation and drawings, symbols and
dimensions.

NOMINAL DURATION : 8 hrs

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of this module, the trainee/student must be able to:

LO1. Identify different kinds of technical drawings


LO2. Interpret technical drawing
LO3. Prepare / Make changes on electrical / electronic schematics and drawings
LO4. Store technical drawings and equipment/instruments

LO1. IDENTIFY DIFFERENT KINDS OF TECHNICAL DRAWINGS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Drawing Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Correct convention trainees must demonstrati  Direct
technical s be provided on observation
drawing is  Symbols with the  Self-paced  Practical
selected  Dimensioni following: instruction demonstratio
according to job ng  Schematic  Group n
requirements. convention diagrams discussion
s  Charts
 Technical  Mark-Up /  Block
drawings are Notation of diagrams
segregated in drawings  Layout
accordance with plans
the types and  Location
kinds of Plans
drawings  Process
and
Instrument
ation

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diagrams
 Loop
diagrams
 System
Control
diagrams

LO2. INTERPRET TECHNICAL DRAWING

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Reading Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Components, skills trainees must demonstrati  Direct
assemblies or required to be provided on observation
objects are interpret with the  Self-paced  Practical
recognized as work following: instruction demonstrati
required. instructions  Schematic  Group on
 Skills in diagrams discussion
 Dimensions of interpreting  Charts
the key electrical /  Block
features of the electronic diagrams
objects signs and  Layout
depicted in the symbols plans
drawing are  Reading  Location
correctly skills Plans
identified. required to  Process
interpret and
 Symbols used work Instrumenta
in the drawing instruction tion
are identified  Workplace diagrams
and standards  Loop
interpreted and diagrams
correctly. specification  System
s Control
 Drawing is  Procedures diagrams
checked and in obtaining
validated and carrying
against job out work
requirements instructions
or equipment  Carry out
in accordance work in
with standard accordance
operating with policies
procedures. and
procedures

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LO3. PREPARE / MAKE CHANGES ON ELECTRICAL ELECTRONIC
SCHEMATICS AND DRAWINGS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Schematic Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Electrical/electr diagrams trainees must demonstrati  Direct
onic schematic  Mathemati be provided on observation
is drawn and cs with the  Self-paced  Practical
correctly  Communic following: instruction demonstratio
identified. ation skills  Componen  Group n
ts / discussion
 Correct drawing Dividers
is identified,  Drawing
equipment are boards
selected and  Rulers
used in  T-square
accordance with  Calculator
job
requirements

LO4. STORE TECHNICAL DRAWINGS AND EQUIPMENT/INSTRUMENTS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 OHS Students/  Lecture-  Practical
 Care and procedures trainees must demonstrati demonstratio
maintenance of  Reading be provided on n
drawings are skills with the  Self-paced  Written /oral
undertaken required to following: instruction examination
according to interpret  Componen  Group s
company work ts / discussion  Direct
procedures. instruction Dividers observation
 Workplace  Drawing  Project
 Technical standards boards method
drawings are and  Rulers  Interview
recorded and specificatio  T-square
inventory is ns  Calculator
prepared in  Procedure
accordance with s in
company obtaining
procedures. and
carrying
 Proper storage out work
of instruments is instructions
undertaken  Quality

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checking
according to procedures
company  Fault
procedures. identificatio
n and
reporting
 Safety and
environme
ntal
aspects of
production
process
 Carry out
work in
accordanc
e with
policies
and
procedures

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : USE HAND TOOLS

MODULE TITLE : USING HAND TOOLS

MODULE DESCRIPTION : This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes on
the safe use, handling and maintenance of tools.

NOMINAL DURATION : 6 hrs

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of this module, the trainee/student must be able to:

LO1. Plan and prepare for tasks to be undertaken


LO2. Prepare hand tools
LO3. Use appropriate hand tools and test equipment
LO4. Maintain hand tools
LO1. PLAN AND PREPARE FOR TASKS TO BE UNDERTAKEN

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Identifying Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Tasks to be appropriate trainees must demonstrati  Direct
undertaken are hand tools be provided on observation
properly  Identifying with the  Self-paced  Practical
identified tasks following: instruction demonstratio
 Selecting  Hand tools  Group n
 Appropriate appropriate for discussion
hand tools are hand tools adjusting,
identified and dismantling
selected ,
according to the assembling
task , finishing,
requirements cutting,
screwdrive
rs, pliers,
punches
 Wrenches
 Files

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LO2. PREPARE HAND TOOLS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Operation Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Appropriate of hand trainees must demonstrati  Direct
hand tools are tools be provided on observation
checked for  Function of with the  Self-paced  Practical
proper hand tools following: instruction demonstratio
operation and  Common  Hand tools  Group n
safety faults of for discussion
hand tools adjusting,
 Unsafe or faulty  Safety dismantling
tools are requiremen ,
identified and ts of hand assembling
marked for tools , finishing,
repair according  Preparing cutting,
to standard tools  Tool set
company ( screwdriv
procedure ers, pliers,
punches,
wrenches,
files)

LO3. USE APPROPRIATE HAND TOOLS AND TEST EQUIPMENT

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Function of Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Tools are used tools trainees must demonstrati  Direct
according to  Safety be provided on observation
tasks requiremen with the  Self-paced  Practical
undertaken ts of tools following: instruction demonstratio
 Proper  Cleaning  Group n
 All safety used of  Lubricating discussion
procedures in tools  Tightening
using tools are  Creating  Simple tool
observed at all report for repairs
times and malfunctio  Hand
appropriate ns, Sharpenin
personal unplanned g
protective or unusual  Adjustment
equipment events using
(PPE) are used correct

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procedures

 Malfunctions,
unplanned or
unusual events
are reported to
the

LO4. MAINTAIN HAND TOOLS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Maintenan Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Tools are ce of tools trainees must demonstrati  Direct
handled without  Storage of be provided on observation
damage tools with the  Self-paced  Practical
according to  Standard following: instruction Demonstrati
procedures operational  Cleaning  Group on
procedures  Lubricating discussion
 Routine , principles  Tightening
maintenance of and
tools is techniques
undertaken in
according to maintainin
standard g a tools
operational
procedures,
principles and
techniques

 Tools are stored


safely in
appropriate
locations in
accordance with
manufacturer’s
specifications or
standard
operating
procedures

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : TERMINATE AND CONNECT ELECTRICAL
WIRING AND ELECTRONICS CIRCUIT
COMPONENT
MODULE TITLE : TERMINATING AND CONNECTING ELECTRICAL
WIRING AND ELECTRONICS CIRCUIT
COMPONENT

MODULE DESCRIPTION : This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes
and values needed to terminate and connect electrical
wiring and electronic circuits.

NOMINAL DURATION : 14 hrs

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of this module, the trainee/student must be able to:

LO1. Plan and prepare for termination/connection of electrical wiring/electronics


circuits
LO2. Terminate/connect wiring/electronic circuits
LO3. Test termination/connections of electrical wiring/electronics circuits

LO1. PLAN AND PREPARE FOR TERMINATION/CONNECTION OF ELECTRICAL


WIRING/ELECTRONICS CIRCUITS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Identified Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Materials are the trainees must demonstrati  Direct
checked materials be provided on observation
according to needed to with the  Self-paced  Practical
specifications perform following: instruction demonstratio
and tasks the given  Materials  Group n
specificatio  Soldering discussion
 Appropriate n lead
tools and  Used  Tools and
equipment are appropriate equipment

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tools and  Pliers
selected equipment  Personal
according to as required Protective
tasks in the Equipment
requirements given tasks
 Prior
 Task is planned planning to
to ensure OH perform
&S guidelines the specific
and procedures guidelines
are followed and
procedures
 Electrical  Ensuring
wiring/electronic the
circuits are accuracy
correctly and
prepared for correctnes
connecting/term s of
ination in electrical/w
accordance with iring and
instructions and electronics
work site connection
procedures s to be
used and
placed in
the
worksite.
 Reading
skills
required to
interpret
work
instruction
 Communic
ation skills

LO2. TERMINATE/CONNECT WIRING/ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Provide Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Safety necessary trainees must demonstrati  Direct
procedures in safety be provided on observation
using tools are procedures with the  Self-paced  Practical
observed at all in using following: instruction demonstratio
times and tools and  Materials  Group n
appropriate appropriate  Cables discussion
personal protective  Soldering

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equipment lead
protective in the  Wires
equipment are worksite.  Tools and
used  Tasks equipment
given are  Pliers
 Work is based to  Cutters
undertaken standards  Screw
safely in procedures drivers
accordance with in  Soldering
the workplace accordanc gun
and standard e with the  Multi-tester
procedures safety
 Personal
requiremen
protective
 Appropriate ts.
equipment
range of  Identifying
methods in appropriate
termination/con methods in
nection are terminating
used according connection
to are
specifications, according
manufacturer’s to
requirements prescribed
and safety standards.
 Using
 Correct proper
sequence of sequence
operation is of
followed operation
according to job  Jobs
specifications performanc
e must be
 Accessories in
used are accordanc
adjusted, if e with the
necessary standard
procedures
 Confirm .
termination/con  Reading
nection skills
undertaken required to
successfully in interpret
accordance with work
job specification instruction

LO3. TEST TERMINATION/CONNECTIONS OF ELECTRICAL


WIRING/ELECTRONICS CIRCUITS

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Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment
Criteria s Methods
 Using of Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Testing of all appropriate trainees must demonstrati  Direct
completed tools in be provided on observation
termination/ testing of with the  Self-paced  Practical
connections of the following: instruction Demonstrati
electric different  Materials  Group on
wiring/electronic circuits  Cables discussion
circuits is connected  Soldering
conducted for to ensure lead
compliance with the validity  Wires
specifications and  Tools and
and regulations conformity equipment
using of the  Pliers
appropriate connection  Cutters
procedures and  Identify the  Screw
equipment accurate drivers
tools to
 Soldering
 Wiring and checked
gun
circuits are the
 Multi-tester
checked using specified
wiring  Personal
specified testing
procedures circuits protective
equipment
 Reading
 Unplanned skills
events or required to
conditions are interpret
responded to in work
accordance with instruction
established  Communic
procedures ation skills
 Respondin
g as
compliance
with the
standard
established
procedures

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : TEST ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS

MODULE TITLE : TESTING ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS

MODULE DESCRIPTION : This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes
and values needed in testing electronic components.

NOMINAL DURATION : 14 hrs

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of this module, the trainee/student must be able to:

LO1. Determine criteria for testing electronics components


LO2. Plan an approach for component testing
LO3. Test components
LO4. Evaluate the testing process

LO1. DETERMINE CRITERIA FOR TESTING ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Conversion Students/  Lecture-  ASSESMEN
 Work of Units trainees must demonstrati T METHOD:
instructions are  Applied be provided on  Hands-on
obtained and Mathemati with the  Self-paced  Direct
clarified based cs following: instruction observation
on job order or  Materials,  Materials  Group  Practical
client tools and  Different discussion Demonstrati
requirements equipment electronic  Film on
 Using of component Viewing  Assessment
 Responsible appropriate s  Individualiz of Output
person is tools in  Soldering ed Learning Product
consulted for testing of lead  Direct
effective and the  Wires Student
proper work different  Tools and Laboratory
coordination component equipment Experience
s  Pliers  On-the-Job

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 Mounting  Cutters Training
 Data of  Screw  Project
sheets/Applicati component drivers Method
on notes are s  Soldering
obtained and  Soldering gun
interpreted principles  Multi-tester
based on  Soldering/  Personal
manufacturer’s desolderin protective
specifications g equipment
procedures
 Testing criteria  Assembly
are defined to procedures
ensure that  Reading
components skills
meet technical required to
and quality interpret
requirements work
instruction
 Document and  Communic
communicate ation skills
testing criteria  Respondin
to relevant g as
personnel compliance
with the
standard
established
procedures

LO2. PLAN AN APPROACH FOR COMPONENT TESTING

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 OH&S Students/  demonstrati  Hands-on
 Various testing policies trainees must on  Direct
methods are and be provided  Self-paced observation
Identified based procedures with the instruction  Practical
on types of  Materials, following:  Group Demonstrati
electronic tools and  Materials discussion on
components equipment  Different  Film  Assessment
 Using of electronic Viewing of Output
 Characteristics appropriate component  Individualiz Product
and tools in s ed Learning
appropriateness testing of  Soldering  Direct
of testing the lead Student
methods to be different  Wires Laboratory
used during component  Tools and Experience
development s equipment  On-the-Job

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 Testing  Pliers Training
and on strategy  Cutters  Project
completion is  Respondin  Screw Method
determined g as drivers  Lecture-
compliance  Soldering
 Testing methods with the gun
are standard  Multi-tester
considered/sele established  Personal
cted in relation procedures protective
to appropriate  Passive equipment
testing strategy component
s
 Plan for testing  Active
components is component
developed at s
specified points  Mounting
during of
development component
and on s
completion  Soldering
principles
 Required test &  Soldering/
measuring Desolderin
instruments and g
tools are procedures
prepared and  Reading
checked in skills
accordance with required to
established interpret
procedures work
instruction
 Records system  Communic
is established to ation skills
document
testing results,
including
problems and
faults

LO3. TEST COMPONENTS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 OH&S Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Testing methods policies trainees must demonstrati  Direct
are applied to and be provided on observation
ensure that procedures with the  Self-paced  Practical

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 Materials, following: instruction Demonstrati
products meet tools and  Materials  Group on
creative, equipment  Different discussion  Assessment
production and  Types of electronic  Film of Output
technical electronic component Viewing Product
requirements component s  Individualiz
s  Soldering ed Learning
 Problems and  Testing lead  Direct
faults detected methods  Wires Student
by testing are  Testing  Tools and Laboratory
recorded and strategy equipment Experience
remedial steps  Testing  Pliers  On-the-Job
taken in records criteria  Cutters Training
system is  Using of  Project
 Screw
documented appropriate Method
drivers
tools in  Soldering
 Problems and testing of gun
faults detected the  Multi-tester
during testing different  Personal
are resolved in component
accordance with protective
s equipment
agreed project  Reading
or industry skills
practice required to
interpret
 Evaluate final work
products instruction
against the  Respondin
previously g as
determined compliance
criteria with the
standard
 Testing process established
is documented procedures
and  Communic
summarized ation skills
evaluation  Assembly
report is procedures
submitted to  Mounting
relevant
of
personnel
component
s
 Soldering
principles
 Soldering/
Desolderin
g
procedures
 Records

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system

LO4. EVALUATE THE TESTING PROCESS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologies Assessment


Criteria Methods
 Using of Students/  Lecture-  Hands-on
 Testing appropriate trainees must demonstratio  Direct
methods that tools in be provided n observatio
were testing of the with the  Self-paced n
successful and different following: instruction  Practical
those that led components  Materials  Group Demonstra
to difficulties  Use and  Different discussion tion
are identified maintenance electronic  Film Viewing  Assessme
based on of tools and component  Individualize nt of
industry equipment s d Learning Output
standards  Mounting of  Soldering  Direct Product
components lead Student
 Testing process  Soldering  Wires Laboratory
and records principles  Tools and Experience
system are  Assembly equipment  On-the-Job
evaluated procedures  Pliers Training
based on  Reading  Cutters  Project
standard skills  Screw Method
procedures required to drivers
interpret  Soldering
 Test work gun
results/findings instruction  Multi-tester
are  Communicat  Personal
documented for ion skills protective
subsequent  Responding equipment
components as
testing. compliance
with the
standard
established
procedures
 Skills in
testing
electronic
components
 Work safety

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practices
and time
managemen
t
 Reading
skills
 Records
system

CORE COMPETENCIES

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : ASSEMBLE CONSUMER ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS

MODULE TITLE : ASSEMBLING CONSUMER ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS

MODULE DESCRIPTION : This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes
required to assemble electronic products and systems
for consumer/industrial uses/applications. It consist of
competencies in identifying electronic components
and circuits, preparing/making printed circuit board
(PCB) modules, mounting and soldering of
components, assembling electronic components and
performing mechanical and electrical/electronic tests

NOMINAL DURATION : 40 hours

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of this module the trainees/students must be able to:

LO1. Prepare to assemble electronics products


LO2. Prepare/ Make PCB modules
LO3. Mount and solder electronic components
LO4. Assemble electronic products
LO5. Test and inspect assembled electronic products

Details of Learning Outcomes:

LO1. PREPARE TO ASSEMBLE ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Work The trainees/  Lecture/Dis  Written
 Assembly Safety students must cussion exam
workplace is requiremen be provided  Demonstrati  Practical
prepared in ts with the on exam
accordance with  Application following:  Viewing  Observation
OH&S policies of 5S  Learning multimedia in workplace
and procedures  Handling elements  Hands on  Demonstrati
and and practice on
 Established risk disposal of Manuals  Project  Portfolio
control chemicals  Working making/
measures for  Hazardous area/bench laboratory
work and risk  Tools and exercises
preparation are assessmen equipment
followed. t  Electronic
mechanis parts

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ms  PPE
 Work  Tools and
instructions are equipment
obtained and  Various
clarified based Electronic
on job order or parts
client  Isolation
requirements procedures
 Use of
 Responsible protective
person is equipment
consulted for and
effective and clothing
proper work  Use of
coordination codes of
practice
 Required  Philippine
materials, tools Electrical/
and equipment Electronic
are prepared Code
and checked in
accordance with
established
procedures

 Parts and
components
needed to
complete the
work are
identified,
prepared and
obtained
according to
requirements

LO2. PREPARE/ MAKE PCB MODULE

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Use and The trainees/  Lecture/  Written test
 PCB layout is function of students must discussion  Practical test
verified for tools, be provided  Demonstrati  Direct
conformity with equipment with the on observation
the schematic and testing following:  Self-paced
diagram in instrument  Learning Instructions
accordance with s elements
the layout rules  Operation and

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of Manuals
equipment  Working
 PCB layout is and testing area/bench
transferred to instrument  Tools and
copper-cladded s equipment
board following  Proper  Electronic
acceptable care and parts
methods and use of  PPE
standards tools
 Use of
 Visual protective
inspection is equipment
performed and
based on clothing
standards  PCB
procedures. problems
and
 Thru-hole is solutions
drilled based on  Surface
standards mount
procedures component
s and
 PCB is cleaned devices
based on  Through-
standards hole mount
procedures component
s and
 Functionality of devices
PCB is tested  PCB
and visual characteris
inspection is tics
performed  Methods of
based on soldering
standards  Componen
procedures t layout
and
grounding

LO3. MOUNT AND SOLDER ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Knowledge of  Electronic The trainees/  Lecture/  Written test
lead and lead- Devices students must discussion  Practical test
free soldering and be provided  Demonstrati  Direct
characteristics Symbols with the on observation
and  Resistor following:  Self-paced
requirements and  Drawing Instructions

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are applied to Capacitor instrument
mounting and ColourCod s and
soldering es materials
process in  Classes  Learning
accordance with and Types elements
OH&S of and
standards Electronic Manuals
Parts/Devi  Working
 Components ces area/bench
are mounted  Drawing  Tools and
and soldered in and equipment
accordance with Interpreting  Electronic
soldering Schematic parts
principles. Diagrams  PPE
 assembling  Sufficient
electronic lighting
 Soldering/Desol products and
dering  Using and ventilation
techniques and maintainin system
procedures are g test  Complete
applied in instrument electronic
accordance with s, tools, & supplies
established equipment
standards and  Splicing/joi
requirements. ning wires
 PCB
preparation
 Soldered skills
products are  Proper
checked and soldering/
complied with desolderin
international g skills
standards and  Componen
task t testing
specifications  Mounting
various
types of
electronic
component
 Work
safety
practices
and time
manageme
nt
 Interpreting
schematic/
block
diagrams

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LO4. ASSEMBLE ELECTRONIC PRODUCT

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Work The trainees/  Lecture/disc  Written test
 Work Safety students must ussion  Practical test
instructions is requiremen be provided  Demonstrati  Direct
followed based ts and with the on observation
on job order or economy following:  Self-paced
client of  Drawing Instructions
requirements materials instrument
with s and
 Assembly durability materials
procedures are  Knowledge  Learning
performed in in 5S elements
accordance with application and
OH&S policies and Manuals
and work observatio  Working
instructions n of area/bench
required  Tools and
 Modules and timeframe equipment
accessories are  Knowledge  Electronic
connected/integ of proper parts
rated into the handling  PPE
final product and  Sufficient
based on the disposal of lighting
client chemicals and
specifications  Proper ventilation
care and system
 Excess use of  Complete
components tools electronic
and materials  Identifying supplies
are disposed of and proper
based on handling of
WEEE electronic
directives and component
3Rs waste  Identifying
management and proper
program handling of
digital
component
 Fundament
als of ESD
handling
 Fundament
als of thru-
hole

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assembly
 Fundament
als of
surface-
mount
assembly

LO5. TEST AND INSPECT ASSEMBLED ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Finished  Hazardous The trainees/  Lecture/  Written test
products are and risk students must discussion  Practical test
subjected to assessment be provided  Demonstra  Direct
final mechanism with the tion observation
visual/sensory s following:  Self-paced  Interview
inspection and  Implementa  Drawing Instruction (oral)
testing in tion of instrument s
accordance with safety s and
quality regulations materials
standards,  Work  Learning
procedures and clearance elements
requirements procedures and
 Isolation Manuals
 Mechanical and procedures  Working
electrical/electro  Monitoring/t area/bench
nic testing is esting  Tools and
performedin procedures equipment
accordance with  Use of  Electronic
quality protective parts
standards, equipment  PPE
procedures and & clothing  Sufficient
requirements  Work Safety lighting
requirement and
s and ventilation
 Work economy of system
completion is materials  Complete
documented with electronic
and responsible durability supplies
person is  Knowledge
informed in in 5S
accordance with application
established and
procedures observation
of required
timeframe
 Housekeeping  Knowledge
procedures are of proper

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observed in handling
accordance with and
5S discipline disposal of
and established chemicals
procedures

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : SERVICE CONSUMER ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS
AND SYSTEMS

MODULE TITLE : SERVICING CONSUMER ELECTRONIC


PRODUCTS AND SYSTEMS

MODULE DESCRIPTION : This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes
required to install and service consumer electronic
products and systems. It includes competencies in
installing, maintenance and repairing audio-video
products/ systems and domestic electronic appliances
and home security system.

NOMINAL DURATION : 50 hrs

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of this module the trainees/students must be able to:

LO1. Prepare unit, tools and workplace for installation and service
LO2. Install consumer electronic products/systems
LO3. Diagnose faults and defects of consumer electronic /products / systems
LO4. Maintain/Repair consumer electronic products
LO5. Re-assemble and test repaired consumer electronics products

LO1. PREPARE UNIT, TOOLS AND WORKPLACE FOR INSTALLATION AND


SERVICE

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Work The  Lecture  Written
 Complete Safety trainees/stude  Discussion exam
check-up of requiremen nts must be  Demonstrati  Practical
consumer ts provided with on exam
electronic  Application the following:  Viewing  Observation
products and of 5S  Learning multimedia in workplace
systems is  Tools and Elements  Hands on  Demonstrati
conducted and equipment and practice on
defects are s Manuals  Simulation  Portfolio
identified,  Electronic  Working
verified and component area/bench
documented s  Tools,
against  Handling Materials
customer and and Test

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disposal of Instrument
description. chemicals s
 Hazardous  Consumer
 Manuals and and risk Electronic
service assessmen Componen
information t ts
required for mechanis  Consumer
installation are ms Electronic
acquired as per  Isolation Product
standard procedures  PPE
procedure.  Use of
protective
 Repair/mainten equipment
ance history is and
verified in line clothing
with the  Industrial
company electronics
procedures. products
and
 Workplace is systems
set/prepared for  Service
installation job manuals/
in line with the Service
client’s Information
requirements.  Tools,
Materials
 Necessary and Test
tools, test Instrument
instruments and s
personal  Use of
protective codes of
equipment are practice
prepared in line
with job
requirements

LO2. INSTALL CONSUMER ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS/SYSTEMS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Use and The trainees/  Lecture  Written
 Materials function of students must  Discussion exam
necessary to tools, be provided  Demonstrati  Practical
complete the equipment with the on exam
work are and testing following:  Viewing  Observation
obtained in instrument  Learning multimedia in workplace

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s Elements  Hands on  Demonstrati
accordance with  Operation and practice on
job of Manuals  Simulation  Portfolio
requirements. equipment  Working
 Consumer and testing area/bench
electronic instrument  Tools,
products and s Materials
systems are  Proper and Test
installed in care and Instrument
accordance with use of s
manufacturer’s tools  Consumer
instructions,  Use of Electronic
requirements, protective Componen
and without equipment ts
damage to the and  Consumer
surrounding clothing Electronic
place or  Service Product
environment manual/sc  PPE
hematic
 Devices are diagram/pa
tested in rts list
accordance with  Operating
standard instructions
procedures. /User’s/Ow
ner’s
 Final manual
inspections are
undertaken to
ensure that the
installed
devices
conforms to
technical
requirements.

 Unplanned
events or
conditions are
responded to in
accordance with
established
procedures

 Work site is
cleaned and
cleared of all
debris and left
safe in
accordance with

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the company
requirements

 Report on
installation and
testing of
equipment is
prepared
according to
company’s
procedures/poli
cies.

LO3. DIAGNOSE FAULTS AND DEFECTS OF CONSUMER ELECTRONIC/SYSTEM


PRODUCTS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 OHS The trainees/  Lecture  Written
 Systematic pre- requiremen students must  Discussion exam
testing ts in be provided  Demonstrati  Practical
procedure is accordanc with the on exam
observed in e with following:  Viewing  Observation
accordance with legislation  Learning multimedia in workplace
manufacturer’s & Elements  Hands on  Demonstrati
instructions. regulations and practice on
 Personal Manuals  Simulation  Portfolio
 System protective  Working
defects/Fault equipment area/bench
symptoms are  Proper  Tools,
identified using used of Materials
appropriate Test and Test
tools and instrument Instrument
equipment and s s
troubleshooting  Electronic  Industrial
techniques and Devices Electronic
in accordance and Componen
with safety Symbols ts
procedures  Electronic  Industrial
Electronic Electronic
 Test instruments Componen Product
required for the ts  PPE
job are used in  Electronic
accordance with Electronic
user manuals. Product

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 Classes
and Types
 Circuits are of
checked and Electronic
isolated using Parts/Devi
specified testing ces
procedures  Drawing
and
 Identified Interpreting
defects and Schematic
faults are Diagrams
explained to the  Service
responsible manual/sc
person in hematic
accordance with diagram/pa
enterprise or rts list
company policy  Operating
and procedures instructions
/User’s/Ow
 Control ner’s
settings/adjustm manual
ents are  Troublesho
checked in oting
conformity with techniques
service-manual
specifications.

 Results of
diagnosis and
testing are
documented
accurately and
completely
within the
specified time.

 Customers are
advised/informe
d regarding the
status and
serviceability of
the unit
according to
procedures.

LO4. MAINTAIN/REPAIR CONSUMER ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS

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Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment
Criteria s Methods
 Principles The  Lecture  Written
 Personal of electrical trainees/stude  Discussion exam
protective circuits nts must be  Demonstrati  Practical
equipment is  Fundament provided with on exam
used in als of the following:  Viewing  Observation
accordance with direct  Learning multimedia in workplace
Occupational current Elements  Hands on  Demonstrati
Health and circuits and practice on
Safety  Fundament Manuals  Simulation  Portfolio
practices. als of  Working
alternating area/bench
 Electro-static current  Tools,
discharge circuits Materials
(ESD)  Fundament and Test
protection als of Instrument
procedure is electronic s
followed in component  Industrial
accordance with s and Electronic
current industry circuits Componen
standards.  Fundament ts
als of  Industrial
 Defective digital Electronic
parts/componen logics, Product
ts are replaced component  PPE
with identical or s & circuits
recommended  Fundament
appropriate als of
equivalent microproce
ratings ssor
circuits and
 Repaired or programmi
replaced ng
parts/componen  Analysis of
ts are troubles
soldered/mount and
ed in isolation
accordance with techniques
the current  Service
industry manual/sc
standards. hematic
diagram/pa
 Control rts list
settings/adjustm  Operating
ents are instructions
performed in /User’s/Ow
conformity with ner’s
service-manual manual

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 Tools,
specifications Materials
and Test
 Repair activity is Instrument
performed s
within the  Consumer
required electronics
timeframe products
and
 Care and systems
extreme  Personal
precaution in protective
handling the equipment
unit/product is  Application
observed as per of work
procedures safety
practices
 Cleaning of unit and time
is performed in manageme
accordance with nt
standard  Troublesho
procedures oting
techniques
 Excess  Application
components of
and materials substitution
are disposed of technique
based on
WEEE
directives and
3Rs waste
management
program

LO5. RE-ASSEMBLE AND TEST REPAIRED CONSUMER ELECTRONICS


PRODUCTS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Use and The trainees/  Lecture  Practical
 Repaired units maintenan students must  Discussion exam
are ce of test be provided  Demonstrati  Observation
reassembled instrument with the on in workplace
according to s, tools, & following:  Viewing  Demonstrati
procedures equipment  Learning multimedia on
 Reassembled  Personal Elements  Hands on  Portfolio
units are protective and practice

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equipment Manuals  Simulation
subjected to  Tools,  Working
final testing and Materials area/bench
cleaning in and Test  Tools,
conformity with Instrument Materials
manufacturer’s s and Test
specifications  Schematic Instrument
 Service diagram s
completion reading  Industrial
procedures and skills Electronic
documentations  Troublesho Componen
are complied oting and ts
with based on Maintenan  Industrial
manual. ce2 Electronic
 Analysis of Product
 Waste materials troubles  PPE
are disposed of and
in accordance isolation
with techniques
environmental  Application
requirements. of
troublesho
oting
technique
 Application
of
substitution
technique
 Soldering/d
esoldering
and
wiring/cabli
ng
techniques
 Service
manual/
schematic
diagram/pa
rts list
 Operating
instructions
/User’s/Ow
ner’s
manual
 Consumer
electronics
products
and
systems

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 Application
of work
safety
practices
and time
manageme
nt

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : SERVICE INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONIC MODULES,


PRODUCTS AND SYSTEMS

MODULE TITLE : SERVICING INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONIC


MODULES, PRODUCTS AND SYSTEMS

MODULE DESCRIPTION : This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes
required to install and service consumer electronic
products and systems. It includes competencies in
installing, maintenance and repairing audio-video
products/ systems and domestic electronic appliances
and home security system.

NOMINAL DURATION : 50 hrs

CERTIFICATE LEVEL : COC

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of this module the trainees/students must be able to:

LO1. Prepare unit, tools and workplace for installation and service
LO2. Install industrial electronic modules/products/systems
LO3. Diagnose faults and defects of industrial electronic modules/systems/products
LO4. Maintain/Repair industrial electronic products
LO5. Re-assemble and test repaired industrial electronics products

LO1. PREPARE UNIT, TOOLS AND WORKPLACE FOR INSTALLATION AND


SERVICE

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods

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 Work The  Lecture  Written
 Complete Safety trainees/stude  Discussion exam
check-up of requiremen nts must be  Demonstrati  Practical
industrial ts provided with on exam
electronic  Application the following:  Viewing  Observation
components, of 5S  Learning multimedia in workplace
products and  Tools and Elements  Hands on  Demonstrati
systems is equipment and practice on
conducted and s Manuals  Simulation  Portfolio
defects are  Industrial  Working
identified, electronic area/bench
verified and component  Tools,
documented s Materials
against  Handling and Test
customer and Instrument
description. disposal of s
chemicals  Industrial
 Repair/mainten  Isolation Electronic
ance history is procedures Componen
verified in line  Use of ts
with the protective  Industrial
company equipment Electronic
procedures. and Product
clothing  PPE
 Service  Service
manuals and manuals/
service Service
information Information
required for  Tools,
repair/maintena Materials
nce are and Test
acquired as per Instrument
standard s
procedure.

 Workplace is
set/prepared for
repair job in line
with the
company
requirements.

 Necessary
tools, test
instruments and
personal
protective
equipment are
prepared in line

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with job
requirements

LO2. INSTALL INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONIC MODULES/PRODUCTS/SYSTEMS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 OHS The  Lecture  Written
 Materials requiremen trainees/stude  Discussion exam
necessary to ts in nts must be  Demonstrati  Practical
complete the accordanc provided with on exam
work are e with the following:  Viewing  Observation
obtained in legislation  Learning multimedia in
accordance with & Elements  Hands on  workplace
job regulations and practice  Demonstrati
requirements.  Personal Manuals  Simulation on
protective  Working  Portfolio
 Industrial equipment area/bench
electronic  Proper  Tools,
modules/ used of Materials
products/system Test and Test
s are installed in instrument Instrument
accordance with s s
manufacturer’s  Electronic  Industrial
instructions, Devices Electronic
requirements, and Componen
and without Symbols ts
damage to the  Industrial  Industrial
surrounding Electronic Electronic
place or Componen Product
environment ts  PPE
 Industrial
 Devices are Electronic
tested in Product
accordance with  Classes
standard and Types
procedures. of
Electronic
 Final Parts/Devi
inspections are ces
undertaken to  Drawing
ensure that the and
installed Interpreting
devices Schematic
conforms to Diagrams
technical  Troublesho
requirements. oting

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techniques
 Use and
 Unplanned function of
events or tools,
conditions are equipment
responded to in and testing
accordance with instrument
established s
procedures  Operation
of
 Work site is equipment
cleaned and and testing
cleared of all instrument
debris and left s
safe in  Proper
accordance with care and
the company use of
requirements tools
 Use of
 Report on protective
installation and equipment
testing of and
equipment is clothing
prepared  Service
according to manual/sc
company’s hematic
procedures/poli diagram/pa
cies. rts list
 Operating
instructions
/User’s/Ow
ner’s
manual

LO3. DIAGNOSE FAULTS AND DEFECTS OF INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONIC/


MODULES/ SYSTEMS PRODUCTS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 OHS The  Lecture  Written
 Systematic pre- requiremen trainees/stude  Discussion exam
testing ts in nts must be  Demonstrati  Practical
procedure is accordanc provided with on exam
observed in e with the following:  Viewing  Observation
accordance with legislation  Learning multimedia in workplace
manufacturer’s & Elements  Hands on  Demonstrati
instructions. regulations and practice on
 Personal Manuals  Simulation  Portfolio

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protective  Working
 System equipment area/
defects/Fault  Proper bench
symptoms are used of  Tools,
identified using Test Materials
appropriate instrument and Test
tools and s Instrument
equipment and  Electronic s
troubleshooting Devices  Industrial
techniques and and Electronic
in accordance Symbols Componen
with safety  Industrial ts
procedures Electronic  Industrial
Componen Electronic
 Test instruments ts Product
required for the  Industrial  PPE
job are used in Electronic
accordance with Product
user manuals.  Classes
and Types
 Circuits are of
checked and Electronic
isolated using Parts/Devi
specified testing ces
procedures  Drawing
and
 Identified Interpreting
defects and Schematic
faults are Diagrams
explained to the  Operating
responsible instructions
person in /User’s/
accordance with Owner’s
enterprise or manual
company policy  Troublesho
and procedures oting
techniques
 Control  Operation
settings/adjustm of
ents are equipment
checked in and testing
conformity with instrument
service-manual s
specifications.  Proper
care and
 Results of use of
diagnosis and tools
testing are  Use of
documented protective

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equipment
accurately and and
completely clothing
within the  Service
specified time. manual/sc
hematic
 Customers are diagram/pa
advised/informe rts list
d regarding the
status and
serviceability of
the unit
according to
procedures.

.LO4. MAINTAIN/REPAIR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Principles The  Lecture  Written
 Personal of electrical trainees/stude  Discussion exam
protective circuits nts must be  Demonstrati  Practical
equipment is  Fundament provided with on exam
used in als of the following:  Viewing  Observation
accordance with direct  Learning multimedia in workplace
Occupational current Elements  Hands on  Demonstrati
Health and circuits and practice on
Safety  Fundament Manuals  Simulation  Portfolio
practices. als of  Working
alternating area/bench
 Electro-static current  Tools,
discharge circuits Materials
(ESD)  Fundament and Test
protection als of Instrument
procedure is electronic s
followed in component  Industrial
accordance with s and Electronic
current industry circuits Componen
standards.  Fundament ts
als of  Industrial
 Defective digital Electronic
parts/componen logics, Product
ts are replaced component  PPE
with identical or s & circuits
recommended  Fundament
appropriate als of
equivalent microproce

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ssor
ratings circuits and
programmi
 Repaired or ng
replaced  Analysis of
parts/componen troubles
ts are and
soldered/mount isolation
ed in techniques
accordance with  Service
the current manual/sc
industry hematic
standards. diagram/pa
rts list
 Control  Operating
settings/adjustm instructions
ents are /User’s/Ow
performed in ner’s
conformity with manual
service-manual  Tools,
specifications Materials
and Test
 Repair activity is Instrument
performed s
within the  Industrial
required electronics
timeframe products
and
 Care and systems
extreme  Personal
precaution in protective
handling the equipment
unit/product is  Application
observed as per of work
OHS safety
procedures practices
and time
 Cleaning of unit manageme
is performed in nt
accordance with  Troublesho
standard oting
procedures techniques
 Application
 Excess of
components substitution
and materials technique
are disposed of
based on
WEEE

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directives and
3Rs waste
management
program

LO5. RE-ASSEMBLE AND TEST REPAIRED INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS


PRODUCTS

Assessment Contents Conditions Methodologie Assessment


Criteria s Methods
 Use and The  Lecture  Practical
 Repaired units maintenan trainees/stude  Discussion exam
are ce of test nts must be  Demonstrati  Observation
reassembled instrument provided with on in workplace
according to s, tools, & the following:  Viewing  Demonstrati
procedure equipment multimedia on
 Personal  Learning  Hands on  Portfolio
 Reassembled protective Elements practice
units are equipment and  Simulation
subjected to  Tools, Manuals
final testing and Materials  Working
cleaning in and Test area/bench
conformity with Instrument  Tools,
manufacturer’s  Schematic Materials
specifications diagram and Test
reading Instrument
 Service skills s
completion  Troublesho  Industrial
procedures and oting and Electronic
documentations Maintenan Componen
are complied ce ts
with based on  Analysis of  Industrial
manual. troubles Electronic
and Product
 Waste materials isolation  PPE
are disposed of techniques
in accordance  Application
with of
environmental troublesho
requirements oting
technique
 Application
of
substitution
technique
 Service
manual/sc

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hematic
diagram/pa
rts list
 Operating
instructions
/User’s/Ow
ner’s
manual
 Industrial
electronics
products
and
systems
 Application
of work
safety
practices
and time
manageme
nt

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