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TRAINING REGULATIONS

Heavy Equipment Operation [Container Stacker] NC II

CONSTRUCTION SECTOR
TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
East Service Road, South Superhighway, Taguig City, Metro Manila

TABLE OF CONTENTS
CONSTRUCTION - HEAVY EQUIPMENT SUB-SECTOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION (CONTAINER STACKER) NC II
SECTION 1 SECTION 2 SECTION 3 HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION QUALIFICATION COMPETENCY STANDARDS TRAINING STANDARDS 3.1 Curriculum Design 3.2 Training Delivery 3.3 Trainee Entry Requirements 3.4 List of Tools, Equipment an !aterials 3." Training #acilities 3.$ Trainers% &ualifications SECTION 4 ASSESSMENT AND CERTIFICATION ARRANGEMENT

COMPETENCY MAP DEFINITION OF TERMS ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

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TRAINING REGULATIONS FOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION - CONTAINER STACKER NC II


SECTION 1 HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION - CONTAINER STACKER NC II T0e HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION - CONTAINER STACKER NC II qualification consists of competencies t0at 1or2ers must ac0ieve to ena3le t0em to perform tas2s suc0 as 0an ling materials in construction sites or ot0er locations. T0is qualification is pac2age from t0e competency map of Construction 4 'eavy Equipment su34sector as s0o1n in (nne5 (. T0e units of competency comprising t0is qualification inclu e t0e follo1ing6 CODE NO
"7731117" "7731117$ "77311179 "7731117:

BASIC COMPETENCIES U!"#$ %& C%'()#)!*+


-articipate in 1or2place communication 8or2 in a team environment -ractice career professionalism -ractice occupational 0ealt0 an safety proce ures

CODE NO
C/.;31271 C/.311271 C/.311272 C/.311273 C/.311274

COMMON COMPETENCIES U!"#$ %& C%'()#)!*+


-repare construction materials an tools /3serve proce ures, specifications an manuals of instruction ,nterpret tec0nical ra1ings an plans -erform mensurations an calculations !aintain tools an equipment

CODE NO
C/.:3332: C/.:3332; C/.:33331

CORE COMPETENCIES
-erform pre4 an post4operation proce ures for material 0an ling equipment -erform 3asic preventive maintenance servicing for container stac2er -erform pro uctive operation for container stac2er

( person 10o 0as ac0ieve t0is &ualification is competent to 3e a

Container stac2er operator

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SECTION 2 COMPETENCY STANDARDS


T0is section gives t0e etails an contents of t0e core units of competency require in HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION - CONTAINER STACKER NC II . T0ese units of competency are categori<e into 3asic, common an core competencies.

BASIC COMPETENCIES
UNIT OF COMPETENCY, UNIT CODE , UNIT DESCRIPTOR , PARTICIPATE IN WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION -..3111.T0is unit covers t0e 2no1le ge, s2ills an attitu es require to gat0er, interpret an convey information in response to 1or2place requirements. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA ELEMENT 1. /3tain an convey 1or2place information
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1.1 =pecific an relevant information is accesse from appropriate sources 1.2 Effective questioning , active listening an spea2ing s2ills are use to gat0er an convey information 1.3 (ppropriate medium is use to transfer information an i eas 1.4 (ppropriate non4 ver3al communication is use 1." (ppropriate lines of communication 1it0 supervisors an colleagues are i entifie an follo1e 1.$ Define 1or2place proce ures for t0e location an storage of information are use 1.9 -ersonal interaction is carrie out clearly an concisely 2.1 Team meetings are atten e on time 2.2 /1n opinions are clearly e5presse an t0ose of ot0ers are listene to 1it0out interruption 2.3 !eeting inputs are consistent 1it0 t0e meeting purpose an esta3lis0e protocols 2.4 Workplace interactions are con ucte in a courteous manner 2." &uestions a3out simple routine 1or2place proce ures an matters concerning 1or2ing con itions of employment are as2e an respon e to 2.$ !eetings outcomes are interprete an implemente

2. -articipate in 1or2place meetings an iscussions

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3. Complete relevant 1or2 relate ocuments

3.1 Range of forms relating to con itions of employment are complete accurately an legi3ly 3.2 8or2place ata is recor e on stan ar 1or2place forms an ocuments 3.3 >asic mat0ematical processes are use for routine calculations 3.4 Errors in recor ing information on forms? ocuments are i entifie an properly acte upon 3." Reporting requirements to supervisor are complete accor ing to organi<ational gui elines

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RANGE OF VARIABLES VARIABLE 1. (ppropriate sources 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 1.4. 1.". 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. 2.". 2.$. Team mem3ers =uppliers Tra e personnel Local government ,n ustry 3o ies

RANGE

2. !e ium

!emoran um Circular .otice ,nformation iscussion #ollo14up or ver3al instructions #ace to face communication

3. =torage 4. #orms ". 8or2place interactions

3.1. !anual filing system 3.2. Computer43ase filing system 4.1. -ersonnel forms, telep0one message forms, safety reports ".1. ".2. ".3. ".4. #ace to face Telep0one Electronic an t1o 1ay ra io 8ritten inclu ing electronic, memos, instruction an forms, non4ver3al inclu ing gestures, signals, signs an iagrams

$. -rotocols

$.1. /3serving meeting $.2. Compliance 1it0 meeting ecisions $.3. /3eying meeting instructions

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EVIDENCE GUIDE 1. Critical (spects of Competency

(ssessment requires evi ence t0at t0e can i ate6 1.1. -repare 1ritten communication follo1ing stan ar format of t0e organi<ation 1.2. (ccesse information using communication equipment 1.3. !a e use of relevant terms as an ai to transfer information effectively 1.4. Conveye information effectively a opting t0e formal or informal communication 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. 2.". 2.$. Effective communication Different mo es of communication 8ritten communication /rgani<ational policies Communication proce ures an systems Tec0nology relevant to t0e enterprise an t0e in ivi ualAs 1or2 responsi3ilities

2. +n erpinning @no1le ge an (ttitu es

3. +n erpinning =2ills

3.1. #ollo1 simple spo2en language 3.2. -erform routine 1or2place uties follo1ing simple 1ritten notices 3.3. -articipate in 1or2place meetings an iscussions 3.4. Complete 1or2 relate ocuments 3.". Estimate, calculate an recor routine 1or2place measures 3.$. >asic mat0ematical processes of a ition, su3traction, ivision an multiplication 3.9. (3ility to relate to people of social range in t0e 1or2place 3.:. Bat0er an provi e information in response to 1or2place Requirements 4.1. 4.2. 4.3. 4.4. #a5 mac0ine Telep0one 8riting materials ,nternet

4. Resource ,mplications

". !et0o s of (ssessment

".1. Direct /3servation ".2. /ral intervie1 an 1ritten test

$. Conte5t of (ssessment $.1. Competency may 3e assesse in ivi ually in t0e actual 1or2place or t0roug0 accre ite institution

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY, UNIT CODE , UNIT DESCRIPTOR ,

WORK IN TEAM ENVIRONMENT -..3111./ T0is unit covers t0e s2ills, 2no1le ge an attitu es to i entify role an responsi3ility as a mem3er of a team. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
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ELEMENT 1. Descri3e team role an scope

1.1. T0e role and objective of the team is i entifie from availa3le sources of information 1.2. Team parameters, reporting relations0ips an responsi3ilities are i entifie from team iscussions an appropriate e5ternal sources 2.1. ,n ivi ual role an responsi3ilities 1it0in t0e team environment are i entifie 2.2. Roles an responsi3ility of ot0er team mem3ers are i entifie an recogni<e 2.3. Reporting relations0ips 1it0in team an e5ternal to team are i entifie 3.1. Effective an appropriate forms of communications use an interactions un erta2en 1it0 team mem3ers 10o contri3ute to 2no1n team activities an o3Cectives 3.2. Effective an appropriate contri3utions ma e to complement team activities an o3Cectives, 3ase on in ivi ual s2ills an competencies an workplace context 3.3. /3serve protocols in reporting using stan ar operating proce ures 3.4. Contri3ute to t0e evelopment of team 1or2 plans 3ase on an un erstan ing of teamAs role an o3Cectives an in ivi ual competencies of t0e mem3ers.

2. , entify o1n role an responsi3ility 1it0in team

3. 8or2 as a team mem3er

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RANGE OF VARIABLES VARIABLE 1. Role an o3Cective of team RANGE 1.1. 8or2 activities in a team environment 1it0 enterprise or specific sector 1.2. Limite iscretion, initiative an Cu gement may3e emonstrate on t0e Co3, eit0er in ivi ually or in a team environment 2.1. =tan ar operating an ?or ot0er 1or2place proce ures 2.2. Do3 proce ures 2.3. !ac0ine?equipment manufacturerAs specifications an instructions 2.4. /rgani<ational or e5ternal personnel 2.". Client?supplier instructions 2.$. &uality stan ar s 2.9. /'= an environmental stan ar s 3.1. 3.2. 3.3. 3.4. 8or2 proce ures an practices Con itions of 1or2 environments Legislation an in ustrial agreements =tan ar 1or2 practice inclu ing t0e storage, safe 0an ling an isposal of c0emicals 3.". =afety, environmental, 0ouse2eeping an quality gui elines

2. =ources of information

3. 8or2place conte5t

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EVIDENCE GUIDE 1. Critical aspects of competency (ssessment requires evi ence t0at t0e can i ate6 1.1. /perate in a team to complete 1or2place activity 1.2. 8or2e effectively 1it0 ot0ers 1.3. Conveye information in 1ritten or oral form 1.4. =electe an use appropriate 1or2place language 1.". #ollo1e esignate 1or2 plan for t0e Co3 1.$. Reporte outcomes 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. Communication process Team structure Team roles Broup planning an ecision ma2ing

2. +n erpinning @no1le ge an (ttitu e 3. +n erpinning =2ills

3.1. Communicate appropriately, consistent 1it0 t0e culture of t0e 1or2place T0e follo1ing resources !+=T 3e provi e 6 4.1. (ccess to relevant 1or2place or appropriately simulate environment 10ere assessment can ta2e place 4.2. !aterials relevant to t0e propose activity or tas2s Competency may 3e assesse t0roug06 ".1. /3servation of t0e in ivi ual mem3er in relation to t0e 1or2 activities of t0e group ".2. /3servation of simulation an or role play involving t0e participation of in ivi ual mem3er to t0e attainment of organi<ational goal ".3. Case stu ies an scenarios as a 3asis for iscussion of issues an strategies in team1or2 $.1. Competency may 3e assesse in 1or2place or in a simulate 1or2place setting $.2. (ssessment s0all 3e o3serve 10ile tas2 are 3eing un erta2en 10et0er in ivi ually or in group

4. Resource ,mplications

". !et0o s of (ssessment

$. Conte5t for (ssessment

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY, UNIT CODE , UNIT DESCRIPTOR ,

PRACTICE CAREER PROFESSIONALISM -..3111.0 T0is unit covers t0e 2no1le ge, s2ills an promoting career gro1t0 an a vancement. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

attitu es in

ELEMENT 1. ,ntegrate personal o3Cectives 1it0 organi<ational goals

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1.1 -ersonal gro1t0 an 1or2 plans are pursue to1ar s improving t0e qualifications set for t0e profession 1.2 ,ntra4 an interpersonal relations0ips are maintaine in t0e course of managing oneself 3ase on performance evaluation 1.3 Commitment to t0e organi<ation an its goal is emonstrate in t0e performance of uties 2.1 Competing eman s are prioriti<e to ac0ieve personal, team an organi<ational goals an o3Cectives. 2.2 Resources are utili<e efficiently an effectively to manage 1or2 priorities an commitments 2.3 -ractices along economic use an maintenance of equipment an facilities are follo1e as per esta3lis0e proce ures 3.1 Trainings and career opportunities are i entifie an availe of 3ase on Co3 requirements 3.2 Recognitions are soug0t?receive an emonstrate as proof of career a vancement 3.3 Licenses and/or certifications relevant to Co3 an career are o3taine an rene1e

2. =et an meet 1or2 priorities

3. !aintain professional gro1t0 an evelopment

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RANGE OF VARIABLES VARIABLE 1. Evaluation RANGE 1.1 -erformance (ppraisal 1.2 -syc0ological -rofile 1.3 (ptitu e Tests 2.1 'uman 2.2 #inancial 2.3 Tec0nology 2.3.1 'ar 1are 2.3.2 =oft1are 3.1 -articipation in training programs 3.1.1 Tec0nical 3.1.2 =upervisory 3.1.3 !anagerial 3.1.4 Continuing E ucation 3.2 =erving as Resource -ersons in conferences an 1or2s0ops 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4." 4.$ ".1 ".2 ".3 ".4 Recommen ations Citations Certificate of (ppreciations Commen ations (1ar s Tangi3le an ,ntangi3le Re1ar s .ational Certificates Certificate of Competency =upport Level Licenses -rofessional Licenses

2. Resources

3. Trainings an career opportunities

4. Recognitions

". Licenses an ?or certifications

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EVIDENCE GUIDE 1. Critical (spects of Competency

(ssessment requires evi ence t0at t0e can i ate6 1.1 (ttaine Co3 targets 1it0in 2ey result areas E@R(sF 1.2 !aintaine intra 4 an interpersonal relations0ip in t0e course of managing oneself 3ase on performance evaluation 1.3 Complete trainings an career opportunities 10ic0 are 3ase on t0e requirements of t0e in ustries 1.4 (cquire an maintaine licenses an ?or certifications accor ing to t0e requirement of t0e qualification 2.1 8or2 values an et0ics ECo e of Con uct, Co e of Et0ics, etc.F 2.2 Company policies 2.3 Company operations, proce ures an stan ar s 2.4 #un amental rig0ts at 1or2 inclu ing gen er sensitivity 2.4 -ersonal 0ygiene practices 3.1 (ppropriate practice of personal 0ygiene 3.2 ,ntra an ,nterpersonal s2ills 3.3 Communication s2ills T0e follo1ing resources MUST 3e provi e 6 4.1 8or2place or assessment location 4.2 Case stu ies?scenarios Competency may 3e assesse t0roug06 ".1 -ortfolio (ssessment ".2 ,ntervie1 ".3 =imulation?Role4plays ".4 /3servation "." T0ir -arty Reports ".$ E5ams an Tests $.1 Competency may 3e assesse in t0e 1or2 place or in a simulate 1or2 place setting

2. +n erpinning @no1le ge

3. +n erpinning =2ills

4. Resource ,mplications

". !et0o s of (ssessment

$. Conte5t of (ssessment

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY, UNIT CODE UNIT DESCRIPTOR , ,

PRACTICE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROCEDURES -..3111.1 T0is unit covers t0e outcomes require to comply 1it0 regulatory an organi<ational requirements for occupational 0ealt0 an safety. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
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ELEMENT 1. , entify 0a<ar s an ris2s 1.1

afet! regulations an 1or2place safety an 0a<ar control practices an proce ures are clarifie an e5plaine 3ase on organi<ation proce ures 1.2 "azards/risks in t0e 1or2place an t0eir correspon ing in icators are i entifie to minimi<e or eliminate ris2 to co41or2ers, 1or2place an environment in accor ance 1it0 organi<ation proce ures 1.3 #ontingenc! measures uring 1or2place acci ents, fire an ot0er emergencies are recogni<e an esta3lis0e in accor ance 1it0 organi<ation proce ures 2.1 Terms of ma5imum tolera3le limits 10ic0 10en e5cee e 1ill result in 0arm or amage are i entifie 3ase on t0res0ol limit values ETL)F 2.2 Effects of t0e 0a<ar s are etermine 2.3 /'= issues an ?or concerns an i entifie safety 0a<ar s are reporte to esignate personnel in accor ance 1it0 1or2place requirements an relevant 1or2place /'= legislation

2. Evaluate 0a<ar s an ris2s

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3. Control 0a<ar s an ris2s

3.1 /ccupational 'ealt0 an =afety E/'=F proce ures for controlling 0a<ar s?ris2s in 1or2place are consistently follo1e 3.2 -roce ures for ealing 1it0 1or2place acci ents, fire an emergencies are follo1e in accor ance 1it0 organi<ation /'= policies 3.3 $ersonal protective e%uipment &$$'( is correctly use in accor ance 1it0 organi<ation /'= proce ures an practices 3.4 (ppropriate assistance is provi e in t0e event of a 1or2place emergency in accor ance 1it0 esta3lis0e organi<ation protocol 4.1 'mergenc!)related drills and trainings are participate in as per esta3lis0e organi<ation gui elines an proce ures 4.2 *" personal records are complete an up ate in accor ance 1it0 1or2place requirements

4. !aintain /'= a1areness

RANGE OF VARIABLES
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VARIABLE 1. =afety regulations

RANGE !ay inclu e 3ut are not limite to6 1.1 Clean (ir (ct 1.2 >uil ing co e 1.3 .ational Electrical an #ire =afety Co es 1.4 8aste management statutes an rules 1." -0ilippine /ccupational =afety an 'ealt0 =tan ar s 1.$ D/LE regulations on safety legal requirements 1.9 ECC regulations !ay inclu e 3ut are not limite to6 2.1 -0ysical 0a<ar s G impact, illumination, pressure, noise, vi3ration, temperature, ra iation 2.2 >iological 0a<ar s4 3acteria, viruses, plants, parasites, mites, mol s, fungi, insects 2.3 C0emical 0a<ar s G usts, fi3ers, mists, fumes, smo2e, gasses, vapors 2.4 Ergonomics 2.4.1 -syc0ological factors G over e5ertion? e5cessive force, a121ar ?static positions, fatigue, irect pressure, varying meta3olic cycles 2.4.2 -0ysiological factors G monotony, personal relations0ip, 1or2 out cycle !ay inclu e 3ut are not limite to6 3.1 Evacuation 3.2 ,solation 3.3 Decontamination 3.4 ECalling esigne F emergency personnel !ay inclu e 3ut are not limite to6 4.1 !as2 4.2 Bloves 4.3 Boggles 4.4 'air .et?cap?3onnet 4." #ace mas2?s0iel 4.$ Ear muffs 4.9 (pron?Bo1n?coverall?Cump suit 4.: (nti4static suits

2. 'a<ar s?Ris2s

3. Contingency measures

4. --E

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Emergency4relate an training

".1 #ire rill rills ".2 Eart0qua2e rill ".3 >asic life support?C-R ".4 #irst ai "." =pillage control ".$ Decontamination of c0emical an to5ic ".9 Disaster prepare ness?management $.1 $.2 $.3 $.4 !e ical?'ealt0 recor s ,nci ent reports (cci ent reports /'=4relate training complete

$. /'= personal recor s

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E),DE.CE B+,DE 1. Critical (spects of Competency

(ssessment requires evi ence t0at t0e can i ate6 1.1 E5plaine clearly esta3lis0e 1or2place safety an 0a<ar control practices an proce ures 1.2 , entifie 0a<ar s?ris2s in t0e 1or2place an its correspon ing in icators in accor ance 1it0 company proce ures 1.3 Recogni<e contingency measures uring 1or2place acci ents, fire an ot0er emergencies 1.4 , entifie terms of ma5imum tolera3le limits 3ase on t0res0ol limit value4 TL). 1." #ollo1e /ccupational 'ealt0 an =afety E/'=F proce ures for controlling 0a<ar s?ris2s in 1or2place 1.$ +se -ersonal -rotective Equipment E--EF in accor ance 1it0 company /'= proce ures an practices 1.9 Complete an up ate /'= personal recor s in accor ance 1it0 1or2place requirements 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2." 2.$ 2.9 2.: 2.; /'= proce ures an practices an regulations --E types an uses -ersonal 0ygiene practices 'a<ar s?ris2s i entification an control T0res0ol Limit )alue 4TL) /'= in icators /rgani<ation safety an 0ealt0 protocol =afety consciousness 'ealt0 consciousness

2.

+n erpinning @no1le ge an (ttitu e

3. +n erpinning =2ills

3.1 -ractice of personal 0ygiene 3.2 'a<ar s?ris2s i entification an control s2ills 3.3 ,nterpersonal s2ills 3.4 Communication s2ills 4. Resource ,mplications T0e follo1ing resources must 3e provi e 6 4.1 8or2place or assessment location 4.2 /'= personal recor s 4.3 --E 4.4 'ealt0 recor s ". !et0o s of (ssessment Competency may 3e assesse t0roug06 ".1 -ortfolio (ssessment ".2 ,ntervie1 ".3 Case =tu y?=ituation $.1 Competency may 3e assesse in t0e 1or2 place or in a simulate 1or2 place setting

$. Conte5t for (ssessment

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COMMON COMPETENCIES
UNIT OF COMPETENCY, UNIT CODE , UNIT DESCRIPTOR , PREPARE CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND TOOLS CON2312.1 T0is unit covers t0e 2no1le ge, s2ills an attitu es on i entifying, requesting an receiving construction materials an tools 3ase on t0e require performance stan ar s. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA ELEMENT 1. , entify materials
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1.1 +aterials are liste as per Co3 requirements 1.2 &uantity an description of materials conform 1it0 t0e Co3 requirements 1.3 Tools an accessories are i entifie accor ing to Co3 requirements 2.1 !aterials an tools nee e are requeste accor ing to t0e list prepare 2.2 Request is one as per compan! standard operating procedures & *$( 2.3 =u3stitute materials an tools are provi e 1it0out sacrificing cost an quality of 1or2 3.1 !aterials an tools issue are inspecte as per quantity an specification 3.2 Tools, accessories an materials are c0ec2e for amages accor ing to enterprise proce ures 3.3 !aterials an tools are set asi e to appropriate location nearest to t0e 1or2place

2. Request materials

3. Receive an inspect materials

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RANGE OF VARIABLES VARIABLE 1. !aterials an Tools 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1." 1.$ 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Electrical supplies =tructural -lum3ing 8el ing?pipefitting Carpentry !asonry >ran name =i<e Capacity @in of application RANGE

2. Description of !aterials an Tools

3. Company stan ar proce ures

3.1 Do3 or er 3.2 Requisition slip 3.3 >orro1er slip

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EVIDENCE GUIDE 1. Critical aspects of competency

(ssessment requires evi ence t0at t0e can i ate6 1.1 Liste materials an tools accor ing to quantity an Co3 requirements 1.2 Requeste materials an tools accor ing to t0e list prepare an as per company =/1.3 ,nspecte issue materials an tools as per quantity an Co3 specifications 1.4 Tools provi e 1it0 appropriate safety evices 2.1 Types an uses of construction materials an tools 2.2 Different forms 2.3 Requisition proce ures 3.1 -reparing materials an tools 3.2 -roper 0an ling of tools an equipment 3.3 #ollo1ing instructions T0e follo1ing resources s0oul 3e provi e 6 4.1 8or2place location 4.2 !aterials relevant to t0e unit of competency 4.3 Tec0nical plans, ra1ings an specifications relevant to t0e activities Competency in t0is unit must 3e assesse t0roug06 ".1 Direct o3servation an oral questioning $.1 Competency may 3e assesse in t0e 1or2place or in a simulate 1or2place $.2 Competency assessment must 3e un erta2en in accor ance 1it0 t0e en orse TE=D( assessment gui elines

2. +n erpinning 2no1le ge 3. +n erpinning s2ills 4. Resource implications

". !et0o s of assessment $. Conte5t of assessment

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY, UNIT CODE UNIT DESCRIPTOR , ,

OBSERVE PROCEDURES3 SPECIFICATIONS AND MANUALS OF INSTRUCTIONS CON3112.1 T0is unit covers t0e 2no1le ge, s2ills an attitu es on i entifying, interpreting, applying services to specifications an manuals an storing manuals. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
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ELEMENT

1. , entify an access specification?manuals

1.1 (ppropriate manuals are i entifie an accesse as per Co3 requirements 1.2 )ersion an ate of manual are c0ec2e to ensure t0at correct specification an proce ures are i entifie 2.1 Relevant sections, c0apters of specifications? manuals are locate in relation to t0e 1or2 to 3e con ucte 2.2 ,nformation an proce ure in t0e manual are interprete in accor ance 1it0 in ustry practices 3.1 +anual is interprete accor ing to Co3 requirements 3.2 8or2 steps are correctly i entifie in accor ance 1it0 manufacturer%s specification 3.3 !anual ata are applie accor ing to t0e given tas2 3.4 (ll correct sequencing an a Custments are interprete in accor ance 1it0 information containe on t0e manual or specifications 4.1 !anual or specification is store appropriately to prevent amage, rea y access an up ating of information 10en require in accor ance 1it0 company requirements

2. ,nterpret manuals

3. (pply information in manual

4. =tore manuals

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RANGE OF VARIABLES VARIABLE 1. -roce ures, =pecifications an !anuals of ,nstructions @in 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 RANGE s of !anuals6 !anufacturer%s =pecification !anual Repair !anual !aintenance -roce ure !anual -erio ic !aintenance !anual

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EVIDENCE GUIDE 1. Critical aspects of competency

(ssessment requires t0at t0e can i ate6 1.1 , entifie an accesse specification?manuals as per Co3 requirements 1.2 ,nterprete manuals in accor ance 1it0 in ustry practices 1.3 (pplie information in manuals accor ing to t0e given tas2 1.4 =tore manuals in accor ance 1it0 company requirements 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Types of manuals use in construction sector , entification of sym3ols use in t0e manuals , entification of units of measurements +nit conversion

2. +n erpinning 2no1le ge

3. +n erpinning s2ills

3.1 Rea ing an compre0ension s2ills require to i entify an interpret construction manuals an specifications 3.2 (ccessing information an ata T0e follo1ing resources s0oul 3e provi e 6 4.1 (ll manuals?catalogues relative to construction sector Competency s0oul 3e assesse t0roug06 ".1 Direct o3servation ".2 &uestions?intervie1 (ssessment of un erpinning 2no1le ge an practical s2ills may 3e com3ine

4. Resource implications

". !et0o s of assessment

$. Conte5t of assessment

$.1 Competency assessment must 3e un erta2en in accor ance 1it0 t0e en orse TE=D( assessment gui elines $.2 (ssessment may 3e con ucte in t0e 1or2place or a simulate environment

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY, UNIT CODE , UNIT DESCRIPTOR ,

INTERPRET TECHNICAL DRAWINGS AND PLANS CON3112.2 T0is unit covers t0e 2no1le ge, s2ills an attitu es on analy<ing an interpreting sym3ols, ata an 1or2 plan 3ase on t0e require performance stan ar s. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
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ELEMENT

1. (naly<e signs, sym3ols 1.1 Technical plans are o3taine accor ing to Co3 an ata requirements 1.2 =igns, sym3ols an ata are i entifie accor ing to Co3 specifications 1.3 =igns sym3ols an ata are etermine accor ing to classification or as appropriate in drawing 2. ,nterpret tec0nical ra1ings an plans 2.1 .ecessary tools, materials an equipment are i entifie accor ing to t0e plan 2.2 =upplies an materials are liste accor ing to specifications 2.3 Components, assem3lies or o3Cects are recogni<e as require 2.4 Dimensions are i entifie as appropriate to t0e plan 2." =pecification etails are matc0e 1it0 e5isting?availa3le resources an in line 1it0 Co3 requirements 2.$ 8or2 plan is ra1n follo1ing t0e specifications 3.1 80ere applica3le, correct free0an s2etc0ing is pro uce in accor ance 1it0 t0e Co3 requirements

3. (pply free0an s2etc0ing

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RANGE OF VARIABLES VARIABLE 1. Tec0nical plans RANGE ,nclu ing 3ut not limite to6 1.1 Electrical plans 1.2 =tructural plans 1.3 (rc0itectural plans 1.4 -lum3ing plans 1." 8el ing -roce ures =pecifications E8-=F 2.1 Do3 requirements 2.2 ,nstallation instructions 2.3 Components instruction ,nclu ing 3ut not limite to6 3.1 Electrical 3.2 !ec0anical 3.3 -lum3ing 4.1 Dra1ing sym3ols 4.2 (lp0a3et of lines 4.3 /rt0ograp0ic vie1s - #ront vie1 - Rig0t si e vie1?left si e vie1 - Top vie1 - -ictorial 4.4 =c0ematic iagram 4." Electrical ra1ings 4.$ =tructural ra1ings 4.9 -lum3ing ra1ings - 8ater - =e1erage?Drainage - )entilation 4.: 8el ing sym3ols ,nclu ing 3ut not limite to6 ".1 Compass ".2 Divi er ".3 Rulers ".4 Triangles "." Dra1ing ta3les ".$ Computer

2. 8or2 plan

3. Classification

4. Dra1ing

". Tools an materials

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EVIDENCE GUIDE 1. Critical aspects of competency

(ssessment requires t0at t0e can i ate6 1.1 , entifie an etermine signs, sym3ols an ata accor ing to 1or2 plan, Co3 requirements an classifications 1.2 , entifie tools an equipment in accor ance 1it0 Co3 requirements 1.3 Liste supplies an materials accor ing to 3lueprint specifications 1.4 Dra1n 1or2plan follo1ing specifications 1." Determine Co3 specifications 3ase on 1or2ing?tec0nical ra1ing 2.1 TRADE MATHEMATICS 2.1.1 Linear measurement 2.1.2 Dimension 2.1.3 +nit conversion 2.2 BLUEPRINT READING AND PLAN SPECIFICATION 2.2.1 Electrical, mec0anical plan, sym3ols an a33reviations 2.2.2 Dra1ing stan ar sym3ols 2.3 TRADE THEORY 2.3.1 >asic tec0nical ra1ing 2.3.2 Types tec0nical plans 2.3.3 )arious types of ra1ings 2.3.4 .otes an specifications 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3." ,nterpreting ra1ing?ort0ograp0ic ra1ing ,nterpreting tec0nical plans !atc0ing specification etails 1it0 e5isting resources #ollo1ing instructions 'an ling of ra1ing instruments

2. +n erpinning 2no1le ge

3. +n erpinning s2ills

4. Resource implications

T0e follo1ing resources s0oul 3e provi e 6 4.1 8or2place 4.2 Dra1ings an specification relevant to tas2 4.3 !aterials an instrument relevant to propose activity Competency s0oul 3e assesse t0roug06 ".1 Direct o3servation ".2 &uestions?intervie1 ".3 8ritten test relate to un erpinning 2no1le ge

". !et0o s of assessment

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$. Conte5t of assessment

$.1 Competency assessment may occur in t0e 1or2place or in any appropriate simulate environment $.2 (ssessment s0all 3e o3serve 10ile tas2 are 3eing un erta2en 10et0er in ivi ually or in group $.3 Competency assessment must 3e un erta2en in accor ance 1it0 t0e en orse TE=D( assessment gui elines

UNIT OF COMPETENCY, UNIT CODE , UNIT DESCRIPTOR ,

PERFORM MENSURATIONS AND CALCULATIONS CON3112.3 T0is unit covers t0e 2no1le ge, s2ills an attitu es on i entifying an measuring o3Cects 3ase on t0e require performance stan ar s. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
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ELEMENT 1. =elect measuring instruments

1.1 /3Cect or component to 3e measure is i entifie , classifie an interprete accor ing to t0e appropriate regular geometric shape 1.2 !easuring tools are selecte ?i entifie as per o3Cect to 3e measure or Co3 requirements 1.3 Correct specifications are o3taine from relevant sources 1.4 (ppropriate measuring instruments are selecte accor ing to Co3 requirements 1." (lternative measuring tools are use 1it0out sacrificing cost an quality of 1or2 2.1 (ccurate ')4$56)')!#$ are o3taine accor ing to Co3 requirements 2.2 (lternative measuring tools are use 1it0out sacrificing cost an quality of 1or2 2.3 C47*574#"%! nee e to complete 1or2 tas2s are performe using t0e four 3asic process of a ition EHF, su3traction E4F,

2. Carry out measurements an calculations

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2.4 2." 2.$ 2.9 2.:

multiplication E5F an ivision E?F inclu ing 3ut not limite to6 trigonometric functions, alge3raic computations Calculations involving fractions, percentages an mi5e num3ers are use to complete 1or2place tas2s .umerical computation is self4c0ec2e an correcte for accuracy ,nstruments are rea to t0e limit of accuracy of t0e tool =ystems of measurement i entifie an converte accor ing to Co3 requirements?,=/ 8or2pieces are measure accor ing to Co3 requirements

RANGE OF VARIABLES VARIABLE 1. Beometric s0ape RANGE ,nclu ing 3ut is not limite to6 1.1 Roun 1.2 =quare 1.3 Rectangular 1.4 Triangle 1." =p0ere 1.$ Conical ,nclu ing 3ut not limite to6 2.1 !icrometer E,n4out, ept0F 2.2 )ernier caliper Eout, insi eF 2.3 Dial gauge 1it0 mag, st . 2.4 =traig0t e ge 2." T0ic2ness gauge 2.$ Torque gauge 2.9 =mall 0ole gauge 2.: Telescopic gauge 2.; Try4square 2.17 -rotractor 2.11 Com3ination gauge 2.12 =teel rule 2.13 )oltmeter 2.14 (mmeter 2.1" !ega4o0meter 2.1$ @ilo1att 0our meter 2.19 Bauges

2. !easuring instruments

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2.1: T0ermometers 3. !easurements an calculations 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3." 3.$ 3.9 3.: 3.; Linear )olume (rea 8attage )oltage Resistance (mperage #requency ,mpe ance

VARIABLE 3.17 3.11 3.12 3.1$ 3.19 3.1: 3.1; 3.27 3.21 3.22 3.23 3.24

RANGE Con uctance Capacitance Displacement ,nsi e iameter Circumference Lengt0 T0ic2ness /utsi e iameter Taper /ut of roun ness /il clearance En play?T0rust clearance

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EVIDENCE GUIDE 1. Critical aspects of competency

(ssessment requires t0at t0e can i ate6 1.1 =electe an prepare appropriate measuring instruments in accor ance 1it0 Co3 requirements 1.2 -erforme measurements an calculations accor ing to Co3 requirements? ,=/ TR(DE !(T'E!(T,C= ? !E.=+R(T,/. 2.1 #our fun amental operation 2.2 Linear measurement 2.3 Dimensions 2.4 +nit conversion 2." Ratio an proportion 2.$ Trigonometric functions 2.: (lge3raic equations 3.1 -erforming calculation 3y a ition, su3traction, multiplication an ivisionI trigonometric functions an alge3raic equations 3.2 )isuali<ing o3Cects an s0apes 3.3 ,nterpreting formulas for volume, areas, perimeters of plane an geometric figures 3.4 -roper 0an ling of measuring instruments T0e follo1ing resources s0oul 3e provi e 6 4.1 8or2place location 4.2 -ro3lems to solve 4.3 !easuring instrument appropriate to carry out tas2s

2. +n erpinning 2no1le ge

3. +n erpinning s2ills

4. Resource implications

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4.4 ,nstructional materials relevant to t0e propose activity (ssessment of un erpinning 2no1le ge an may 3e com3ine ". !et0o s of assessment practical s2ills

Competency s0oul 3e assesse t0roug06 ".1 (ctual emonstration ".2 Direct o3servation ".3 8ritten test?questioning relate to un erpinning 2no1le ge

$. Conte5t of assessment $.1 Competency assessment may occur in 1or2place or any appropriate simulate environment $.2 (ssessment s0all 3e o3serve 10ile tas2 are 3eing un erta2en 10et0er in ivi ually or in group $.3 Competency assessment must 3e un erta2en in accor ance 1it0 t0e TE=D( assessment gui elines

UNIT OF COMPETENCY, UNIT CODE , UNIT DESCRIPTOR ,

MAINTAIN TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT CON3112.4 T0is unit covers t0e 2no1le ge, s2ills an attitu es on c0ec2ing con ition, performing preventive maintenance an storing of tools an equipment 3ase on t0e require performance stan ar s. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
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ELEMENTS

1. C0ec2 con ition of tools an equipment

1.1 +aterials, tools and e%uipment are i entifie accor ing to classification an Co3 requirements 1.2 .on4functional tools an equipment are segregate an la3ele accor ing to classification 1.3 =afety of tools an equipment are o3serve in accor ance 1it0 manufacturer%s instructions 1.4 Con ition of $$' are c0ec2e in accor ance 1it0 manufacturer%s instructions 2.1 (ppropriate lu3ricants are i entifie accor ing to types of equipment 2.2 Tools an equipment are lu3ricate accor ing to preventive maintenance sc0e ule or manufacturer%s specifications 2.3 !easuring instruments are c0ec2e an cali3rate in accor ance 1it0 manufacturerAs instructions

2. -erform 3asic preventive maintenance

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2.4 Tools are cleane an lu3ricate accor ing to stan ar proce ures 2." Defective instruments, equipment an accessories are inspecte an replace accor ing to manufacturerAs specifications 2.$ Tools are inspecte , repaire an replace after use 2.9 8or2 place is cleane an 2ept in safe state in line 1it0 /'=( regulations

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3. =tore tools an equipment

3.1 ,nventory of tools, instruments an equipment are con ucte an recor e as per company practices 3.2 Tools an equipment are store safely in appropriate locations in accor ance 1it0 manufacturer%s specifications or company proce ures

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RANGE OF VARIABLES VARIABLES 1. !aterials ,nclu ing 3ut not limite to6 1.1 Lu3ricants 1.2 Cleaning materials 1.3 Rust remover 1.4 Rugs 1." =pare parts ,nclu ing 3ut not limite to6 2.1 Tools Cutting tools 4 0ac2sa1, crosscut sa1, rip sa1 >oring tools 4 auger, 3race, grinlet, 0an rill 'ol ing tools 4 vise grip, C4clamp, 3enc0 vise T0rea ing tools 4 ie an stoc2, taps 2.2 !easuring instruments?equipment 3. --E ,nclu ing 3ut not limite to6 3.1 Boggles 3.2 Bloves 3.3 =afety s0oes 3.4 (prons?Coveralls 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4." !aintenance sc0e ule forms Requisition slip ,nventory #orm ,nspection #orm -roce ures RANGE

2. Tools an equipment

4. #orms

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EVIDENCE GUIDE 1. Critical aspects of competency

(ssessment requires t0at t0e can i ate6 1.1 =electe an use appropriate processes, tools an equipment to carry out tas2 1.2 , entifie functional an non4functional tools an equipment 1.3 C0ec2e , lu3ricate an cali3rate tools, equipment an instruments accor ing to manufacturerAs specifications 1.4 Replace efective tools, equipment an t0eir accessories 1." /3serve an applie safe 0an ling of tools an equipment an safety 1or2 practices 1.$ -repare an su3mitte inventory report, 10ere applica3le 1.9 !aintaine 1or2place in accor ance 1it0 /'=( regulations 1.: =tore tools an equipment safely in appropriate locations an in accor ance 1it0 company practices 2.1 =(#ET* -R(CT,CE= 2.1.1 +se of --E 2.1.2 'an ling of tools an equipment 2.1.3 Boo 0ouse2eeping 2.2 !(TER,(L=, T//L= (.D E&+,-!E.T 2.2.1 Types an uses of lu3ricants 2.2.2 Types an uses of cleaning materials 2.2.3 Types an uses of measuring instruments an equipment 2.3 -RE)E.T,)E !(,.TE.(.CE 2.3.1 !et0o s an tec0niques 2.3.2 -roce ures 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 -reparing maintenance materials, tools an equipment -roper 0an ling of tools an equipment -erforming preventive maintenance #ollo1ing instructions

2. +n erpinning 2no1le ge

3. +n erpinning s2ills

4. Resource implications

T0e follo1ing resources s0oul 3e provi e 6 4.1 8or2place 4.2 !aintenance sc0e ule 4.3 !aintenance materials, tools an equipment relevant to t0e propose activity?tas2 Competency s0oul 3e assesse t0roug06 ".1 Direct o3servation ".2 8ritten test?questioning relevant to +n erpinning 2no1le ge

". !et0o s of assessment

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$. Conte5t of assessment

$.1 Competency assessment may occur in 1or2place or any appropriate simulate environment $.2 Competency assessment must 3e un erta2en in accor ance 1it0 t0e en orse TE=D( assessment gui elines

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CORE COMPETENCIES
UNIT OF COMPETENCY, UNIT CODE, UNIT DESCRIPTOR, PERFORM PRE- AND POST OPERATION CHECKING PROCEDURES FOR MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT CON133321 T0is unit covers t0e 2no1le ge, s2ills an attitu es in performing t0e pre4 an post4operating c0ec2ing proce ure for materials 0an ling equipment. ,t eals 1it0 t0e s2ills require for performing visual, an operation an post4operation c0ec2s for materials 0an ling equipment. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA ELEMENTS 1. -erform visual c0ec2 of equipment
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1.1 +aterials handling e%uipment is selecte 3ase on Co3 requirements. 1.2 * parts in container stac2er are c0ec2e in accor ance 1it0 equipment c0ec2list an manufacturer%s proce ures. 1.3 Walk)around check is performe 1it0 equipment c0ec2list. 1.4 Lifting gears of gantry crane are inspecte for safe usage. 2.1 BL*W./ check for container stac2er is performe follo1ing c0ec2list form an 1it0 engine stoppe ? not running. 2.2 /luid levels in container stac2er are maintaine in accor ance 1it0 equipment maintenance manual. 2.3 (3normal con itions in container stac2er are note an reporte to authorized person.

2. -erform J>L/8(#J c0ec2

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3. -erform operation c0ec2

3.1 *peration / starting running check is performe follo1ing c0ec2list an in accor ance 1it0 manufacturer%s recommen ations. 3.2 >ra2e, steering an controls for container stac2er an safet! devices for materials 0an ling equipment are c0ec2e for normal functioning as per manufacturer%s specifications. 3.3 8al24aroun c0ec2 is performe 1it0 equipment c0ec2list an 1it0 engine running. 3.4 (3normal con itions are note in c0ec2list an reporte to aut0ori<e personnel. 4.1 !aterials 0an ling equipment is turne off an container stac2er is par2e after pro uctive operation in accor ance 1it0 company rules an regulations 4.2 Equipment controls are set into neutral position an par2ing 3ra2es for container stac2er an safet! locks are engage accor ing to manufacturer%s operation manual 4.3 8al24aroun inspection is re4con ucte 10ile engine is cooling o1n. 4.4 Daily equipment time recor ? report is accomplis0e ? su3mitte accor ing to company rules an regulations.

4. -erform post4operation c0ec2ing proce ures

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RANGE OF VARIABLES VARIABLE 1. !aterials 0an ling equipment RANGE 1.1 Bantry crane 1.1.1 =tationary 1.1.2 !o3ile 1.1.2.1 80eel type 1.1.2.2 =teel type 1.2 Container stac2er 1.2.1 Type 1.2.1.1 Top loa er 1.2.1.2 Reac0 stac2er 1.2.2 Lifting capacity 1.2.2.1 37 tons to 42 tons 2.1 (ir cleaner 2.2 >attery terminals ? connection 2.3 >elts 2.4 Tire inflation 2." Brease ? lu3e points 2.$ #uel 1ater separation !aterials 0an ling equipment 3.1 8orn4out ? amage parts 3.2 Loose ? missing parts an accessories 3.3 8arning an safety evices Bantry crane 3.4 >ase foun ation 3." Communication system 3.$ 'oo2 3loc2 assem3ly an ca3les 3.9 (utomatic loc2ing mec0anism Container stac2er 3.: Lea2s 3.; #lui levels 3.17 8ire rope ca3le an pulleys 3.11 Bauges an controls 3.12 /il an lea2s 3.13 8or2ing equipment function 4. Lifting gears 4.1 =0eaves 4.2 'oo2 an latc0

2. /= parts

3. 8al24aroun c0ec2

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". >L/8(# c0ec2

".1 >attery Estarting an c0arging systemF ".2 Lig0t Elig0ting systemF ".3 /il Elu3ricating systemF ".4 8ater Ecooling systemF "." (ir Einta2e an e50aust systemF ".$ #uel Efuel systemF $.1 >attery electrolyte $.2 Engine oil $.3 'y raulic oil $.4 Ra iator coolant $." Transmission ? gear oil $.$ >ra2e ? clutc0 $.9 =teering oil $.: 8in s0iel 1iper reservoir 9.1 Equipment supervisor 9.2 !aintenance personnel 9.3 Equipment ispatc0er ? foreman

$. #lui levels

9. (ut0ori<e person

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:. /peration ? starting running c0ec2

!aterials 0an ling equipment :.1 Bauges :.1.1 'our meter :.1.2 >oom angle in icator :.2 Lea2s :.1.3 /il :.3 Electrical ? s1itc0es :.1.4 Lig0ts :.1." 'orn Bantry crane :.4 Controls :.4.1 'oisting :.4.2 =le1ing :.4.3 Travelling :.4.4 Trollying :.4." Luffing :.4.$ >ra2ing function :." Bauges :.".1 )oltage ? current meter :.".2 Loa in icator Container stac2er :.".3 >attery c0arging :.".4 -ressure Eoil an 1aterF :."." Temperature Eoil an 1aterF :.".$ R-! Etac0ometerF :.".9 #uel in icator :.".: =pee ometer :.$ Lea2s in system :.$.1 (ir :.$.2 Cooling :.$.3 #uel :.$.4 #lui E3ra2e ? clutc0F

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;. =afety loc2s

Bantry crane ;.1 'oisting ;.2 =le1ing ;.3 Travelling ;.4 Trollying ;." Luffing ;.$ /ver1in ing ;.9 Door loc2 Container stac2er ;.: =1ing ;.; Ca3in oor ;.17 Control lever ;.11 =prea er t1ist ;.12 -iggy 3ac2 attac0ment

17. Controls

17.1 >oom 17.2 'oist 17.3 =1ing 17.4 Travel 17." =prea er 17.$ T1ist loc2 17.9 (ccelerator

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11. =afety evices

!aterials 0an ling 11.1 Loa moment in icator EL!,F 11.2 (nti4t1o 3oc2 Elimit s1itc0F Bantry crane 11.3 Limit s1itc0 11.3.1 'oisting 11.3.2 =le1ing 11.3.3 Travelling 11.3.4 Trollying 11.3." Luffing 11.3.$ /ver1in ing 11.4 Emergency s0ut4off s1itc0 11." >eacon lig0ts 11.$ Lig0ting arrester 11.9 >u<<er alarm 11.: =afety loc2s Container stac2er 11.; T1ist loc2 sensor 11.17 =prea er flipper 11.11 8arning lig0ts 11.12 (lcogas etector 11.13 Lan ing sensor

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EVIDENCE GUIDE 1. Critical aspects of evi ence to 3e consi ere (ssessment requires evi ence t0at t0e can i ate6 1.1 Demonstrates 2no1le ge of materials 0an ling equipment 1.2 Demonstrates a3ility to perform visual c0ec2 of equipment follo1ing equipment c0ec2list 1.3 Demonstrates a3ility to perform 1al24aroun an >L/8(# c0ec2 for container stac2er 10ile t0e engine is stoppe an ? or running 1.4 Demonstrates a3ility to service an repair /= parts of container stac2er 1." Demonstrates a3ility to perform operation c0ec2 follo1ing manufacturerAs recommen ations. 1.$ Demonstrates a3ility to o3serve ris24control ? safe proce ures 1.9 Demonstrates a3ility to perform post4operation c0ec2ing proce ures 1.: Demonstrates a3ility to accomplis0 an su3mit Daily Equipment time Recor ? Report EDETRF

2. +n erpinning Erelate F 2.1 Classification of equipment 2no1le ge an attitu e 2.2 Types an uses of personal protective equipment E--EF 2.3 Equipment component structure an accessories 2.4 =tart4up an s0ut o1n proce ures 2." #amiliarity 1it0 manufacturerAs operation manual 2.$ #amiliarity 1it0 Co3 site an 1or2 con itions 2.9 #amiliarity 1it0 pre4 an post4operation c0ec2ing proce ures 2.: -ositive 1or2 values Etime an cost conscious, etc.F 2.; !etric an Englis0 conversion 3. +n erpinning s2ills 3.1 -erforming pre4 an post4operation c0ec2ing proce ures for materials 0an ling equipment 3.2 +sing personal protective equipment E--EF 3.3 !aintaining equipment recor s?reports 3.4 Communicating 1it0 1or2 site personnel an clients 3." Complying 1it0 t0e manufacturerAs operation an maintenance manual 3.$ (ccomplis0ing an su3mitting pre4 an post4operation c0ec2list form ? recor 3.9 -erforming mac0ine start4up an s0ut o1n proce ures

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4. Resource implications

T0ings necessary for t0e con uct of assessment 4.1 (ccess to materials 0an ling equipment 4.2 (ppropriate 1or2 area for materials 0an ling equipment 4.3 (ccess to materials 0an ling equipment operations manuals 4.4 --E Competency in t0is unit must 3e assesse t0roug0 ".1 8ritten?oral questioning ".2 /3servation? emonstration ".3 8or2 recor an ocuments ".4 T0ir party report $.1 (ssessment may 3e con ucte on4t0e Co3 or in a simulate venue. $.2 Competency s0all 3e assesse 10ile 1or2 is 3eing un erta2en in epen ently

". !et0o of assessment

$. Conte5t for assessment

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY, UNIT CODE, UNIT DESCRIPTOR,

PERFORM BASIC PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SERVICING FOR CONTAINER STACKER CON133322 T0is unit involves t0e 2no1le ge, s2ills an attitu es require in con ucting routine 3asic preventive maintenance for container stac2er. ,t covers t0e s2ills in performing minor parts a Custments ? replacements, carrying4out 3asic preventive maintenance servicing an preparing equipment report. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
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ELEMENT 1. -erform a Custment?s replacements

1.1 +inor defects are i entifie an reme ie in accor ance 1it0 company?manufacturerAs proce ures. 1.2 Tools are selecte 3ase on Co3 requirements. 1.3 +ajor defects are i entifie using c0ec2 list an reporte to appropriate personnel for action. 2.1 * parts?standards are i entifie an service accor ing to manufacturerAs recommen ations. 2.2 /luids and lubricants are use 3ase on manufacturerAs manual. 2.3 Basic hand tools and e%uipment an consuma3le materials are i entifie an use in accor ance 1it0 Co3 requirements. 2.4 Basic preventive maintenance servicing &$+ ( is carrie out in accor ance 1it0 manufacturerAs recommen ations 3.1 Daily c0ec2list form is accomplis0e in accor ance 1it0 manufacturerAs?company requirements. 3.2 !inor?maCor equipment efects are reporte to appropriate personnel.

2. -erform 3asic preventive maintenance servicing E-!=F

3. -repare equipment reports

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RANGE OF VARIABLES VARIABLE 1. !inor efects RANGE !ay inclu e 3ut not limite to6 1.1 Loose 3attery terminal 1.2 (ir loc2 1.3 Tire inflation 1.4 >elt tension 1." Clogge air cleaner 1.$ Loose 3olts an nuts !ay inclu e 3ut not limite to6 2.1 Defective t1ist loc2 mec0anism 2.2 >uste 0y raulic 0ose 2.2 'ar starting engine 2.3 E5cessive engine oil consumption 2.4 Lea2age on air?fuel?cooling?0y raulic system 2." >uste ?flat tires 2.$ #aulty gauges 2.9 >ro2en -ulley 2.: Defective 1ire rope 2.; ,ncorrect Loa !oment ,n icator EL!,F 2.17 Crac2e Estructures, 3oomsF 1el e Coints 3.1 !ec0anic 3.2 Electrician 3.3 Lu3eman 3.4 Tireman 3." ,mme iate =upervisor 3.$ =afety officer !ay inclu e 3ut not limite to6 4.1 >attery clamps 4.2 >elts 4.3 #ilters 4.3.1 (ir cleaner 4.3.2 8ater fuel separator? rain valve 4.4 (ll flui caps 4." (ll grease points an fittings 4.$ 8ire rope grease

2. !aCor efects

3. (ppropriate personnel

4. /perator =ervicea3le E/=F parts

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". =tan ar s

".1 /il pressure ".2 (ir pressure ".3 Temperatures ".4 Tension "." Clearance an istances ".$ 8ire rope iameter an lengt0 ".9 >attery ? c0arging voltage ".: Lig0ts a Custment, focus an illumination $.1 Engine, 0y raulic, transmission, gear an steering oils $.2 >ra2e flui $.3 !ulti4purpose grease $.4 Coolant $." >attery solutions 9.1 'an tools 9.1.1 8renc0es 9.1.2 -liers 9.1.3 =cre1 river Epositive an negativeF 9.1.4 -aint 3rus0 9.1." Brease gun 9.1.$ 'ammer 9.1.9 )ice grip 9.1.: Tire gauge EinstrumentF 9.1.; !easuring tape EinstrumentF 9.1.17 =teel 3rus0 9.1.11 -inc0 3ar 9.2 Equipment 9.2.1 'ig0 pressure 1as0er 9.2.2 (ir compressor !ay inclu e 3ut are not limite to6 :.1 C0ec2 3attery clamps :.2 C0ec2 fan 3elt con itions Ecrac2e or 1orn4outF :.3 ( Cust 3elt tensions Eif necessaryF :.4 Clean?Replace filters :.4.1 (ir cleaner :.4.2 8ater separator :." Replace efective flui caps :.$ Brease all fittings or lu3e points :.9 Brease or lu3ricate s0eaves 1ire ropes

$. #lui s an lu3ricants

9. >asic 0an tools an equipment

:. >asic preventive maintenance servicing

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EVIDENCE GUIDE 1. Critical aspects of evi ence to 3e consi ere

(ssessment requires evi ence t0at t0e can i ate6 1.1 Demonstrates a3ility to o3serve safety precautions 1.2 Demonstrates a3ility to i entify an service minor efects 1it0 c0ec2list in accor ance 1it0 operatorAs an service manual 1.3 Demonstrates a3ility to i entify an report maCor efects 3ase on c0ec2list 1.4 Demonstrates a3ility to i entify an service /= parts?stan ar s from manufacturerAs reference 3oo2s ? manuals 1." Demonstrates un erstan ing of recommen e flui s an lu3ricants 1.$ Demonstrates a3ility to use appropriate 3asic 0an tools an equipment 1.9 Demonstrates a3ility to accomplis0 an su3mit aily c0ec2list forms an reports

2. +n erpinning Erelate F 2.1 Company rules an regulations an safety proce ures 2no1le ge an attitu e 2.2 #amiliarity 1it0 operatorAs an maintenance manual 2.3 +sage of 3asic 0an tools an equipment 2.4 -ositive values Etime an cost conscious, customer relations, etc.F 3. +n erpinning s2ills 3.1 #ollo1ing company rules an regulations an safety proce ures 3.2 #ollo1ing operatorAs an maintenance manual 3.3 -erforming 3asic preventive maintenance servicing 3.4 +sing 3asic 0an tools an equipment 3." , entifying an servicing minor efects an reporting maCor efects T0ings necessary for t0e con uct of assessment 4.1 (ccess to container stac2er specifications an operation manual 4.2 (ccess container stac2er 4.3 >asic 0an tools an equipment 4.4 #lui s an lu3ricants 4." --E 4.$ =afety signages?3arrica es

4. Resource implications

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". !et0o of assessment

Competency in t0is unit must 3e assesse t0roug0 ".1 8ritten an ?or oral questioning ".2 /3servation of practical emonstration ".3 8or2 recor an ocuments $.1 Competency s0all 3e assesse in a normal or simulate 1or2place environment an in accor ance 1it0 safe 1or2 proce ures $.2 Competency s0all 3e assesse 10ile 1or2 is 3eing un erta2en in epen ently

$. Conte5t for assessment

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY, UNIT CODE, UNIT DESCRIPTOR,

PERFORM PRODUCTIVE OPERATION FOR CONTAINER STACKER CON133331 T0is unit involves 2no1le ge, s2ills an attitu es in pro uctive operation of Container =tac2er. ,t eals 1it0 t0e s2ills require in 0an ling container in t0e terminal. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Bold and -talicized terms are ela3orate in t0e Range of )aria3les

ELEMENT 1. ,nterpret 1or2 instruction

1.1 Work assignment is secure an interprete in line 1it0 operational re%uirements 1.2 --E is selecte an use in line 1it0 Co3 requirements 2.1 8or2 area is c0ec2e for unsafe conditions an pro5imity?accessi3ility to operational area 2.2 Barriers or warning signages are c0ec2e in operational area. 3.1 =tac2er is riven to t0e Co3 site an positioned to1ar s loa 3ase on operational requirements 3.2 Lifting and stacking procedures are performe in accor ance 1it0 Co3 requirements an established / recommended practices 3.3 Work accomplishment is reporte to appropriate personnel follo1ing company rules an regulations 3.4 0nexpected situations are respon e to in line 1it0 company rules an regulations

2. C0ec2 an inspect operational area

3. -erform container 0an ling operation

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RANGE OF VARIABLES VARIABLE 1. 8or2 assignment 1.1 Trip tic2et 1.2 Equipment c0ec2list 1.3 Location ? Co3 site 2.1 =equence plan 2.1.1 =tac2ing proce ure 2.1.2 Loa ing an unloa ing proce ures 2.1.3 =0ifting proce ure 2.2 Communication 2.2.1 Digital 0an ra io 2.2.2 T1o41ay ra io 2.2.3 'an signal 2.3 Loa c0art 2.3.1 8eig0t 2.3.2 >oom lengt0 ? angle 2.3.3 Ra ius !ay inclu e 3ut not limite to6 3.1 -resence of unaut0ori<e persons 3.2 /t0er equipment 3.3 >uil ing 3.4 =loping groun 3." 8eat0er con ition 3.$ /il spillage 4.1 Container yar 4.2 Equipment aisle 4.3 (ccess route !ay inclu e 3ut are not limite to6 ".1 .ylon cor s ".2 Caution tapes ".3 =teel fence ".4 =ignages ".4.1 /ff limits ".4.2 .o Entry ".4.3 .o =mo2ing ".4.4 =afety first RANGE

2. /perational requirements

3. +nsafe con itions

4. /perational area

". >arriers or 1arning signages

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$. -ositione

$.1 =pee E" 2m to 1" 2m ? 0r.F $.2 >oom at 4" egree angle $.3 =prea er is secure 9.1 =pot container an engage t1ist loc2 9.2 Lift ? stac2 accor ing to sequence plan 9.3 #ollo1 stac2er K e4ratingL requirement :.1 T1ist loc2 in icator lig0t is KoffL 10en sprea er is engage 1it0 container :.2 Require 3oom angle is maintaine 10ile lifting an stac2ing container :.3 8arning 3u<<er is activate 10ile in operation :.4 =prea er is 0an le in accor ance to operation an maintenance manual ;.1 (ccomplis0ing s0ifting report form ;.2 Digital communication ra io 17.1 Control officer 17.2 Equipment supervisor 17.3 =0ifting supervisor !ay inclu e 3ut not limite to6 11.1 =u en engine 3rea2 o1n 11.2 >uste 0y raulic 0ose an oil lea2ages 11.3 >ro2en 1ire rope 11.4 =u en loss of 3ra2e 11." Loss control of steering 11.$ #orce maCeure e.g., eart0qua2e, fire, torna o 11.9 /perator fatigue or sic2ness?con ition 11.: ( verse environmental con ition 11.; (cci ents?inci ents 11.17 #ailure of 1arning an sensor evices 11.12 T1ist loc2 failure 11.13 Deteriorate container casting corner

9. Lifting an stac2ing proce ures :. Esta3lis0e ? recommen e practices

;. 8or2 accomplis0ment 17. (ppropriate personnel

11. +ne5pecte situations

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EVIDENCE GUIDE 1. Critical aspects of evi ence to 3e consi ere

(ssessment requires evi ence t0at t0e can i ate6 1.1 Demonstrates a3ility to interpret 1or2 assignment 1.2 Demonstrates a3ility to follo1 safe 1or2 operation 1.3 Demonstrates a3ility to i entify an prevent unsafe 1or2ing con itions 1.4 Demonstrates a3ility to rea an interpret loa c0art 1." Demonstrates a3ility to operate stac2er follo1ing safe proce ures 1.9 Demonstrates a3ility to communicate an 1or2 in a team environment

2. +n erpinning Erelate F 2.1 ,nterpret 1or2 plan 2no1le ge an attitu e 2.2 =afe 1or2 proce ures an practices 2.3 +n erstan loa c0art 2.4 Company rules an regulations 2." #amiliarity 1it0 Co3 site ? location 2.$ >asic mat0ematics 2.9 Defensive riving an access route 2.: Lifting an stac2ing proce ures 2.; -ositive values Etime an cost conscious, customer relation etc.F 2.17 Ra io communication 2.11 -roce ures for container stac2er to loa to an unloa from lo143e trailer 3. +n erpinning s2ills 3.1 ,nterpreting 1or2 plan 3.2 #ollo1ing safe 1or2 proce ures an practices 3.3 +n erstan ing loa c0art 3.4 #ollo1ing company rules an regulations 3." @no1ing Co3 site ? location 3.$ (pplying 3asic mat0ematics 3.9 #ollo1ing efensive riving an access route 3.: #ollo1ing lifting an stac2ing proce ures 3ase on recommen e ? esta3lis0e practices 3.; Communicating 3.17 -erforming proce ures for container stac2er to loa to an unloa from lo143e trailer T0ings necessary for t0e con uct of assessment 4.1 (ccess to container stac2er an Co3 site ? location 4.2 Container loa 4.3 >arrica es an informative signage 4.4 --E 4.2 Digital 0an 40el ra io

4. Resource implications

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". !et0o of assessment

Competency in t0is unit must 3e assesse t0roug0 ".1 8ritten?/ral questioning ".2 /3servation of practical emonstration ".3 8or2 recor an ocuments $.1 (ssessment may3e con ucte in t0e 1or2 site or in a simulate venue. $.2 Competency s0all 3e assesse 10ile t0e tas2 is 3eing un erta2en in epen ently

$. Conte5t for assessment

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SECTION 3

TRAINING STANDARDS

T0ese gui elines are set to provi e t0e Tec0nical an )ocational E ucation an Training ET)ETF provi ers 1it0 information an ot0er important requirements to consi er 10en esigning training programs for HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION (CONTAINER STACKER) NC II.

3 1 CURRICULUM DESIGN
Course Title6 HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION .C Level6 NC II Course Description6 T0is course is esigne to equip in ivi ual 1it0 t0e 3asic, common an core competencies in Construction =ector particularly in H)48+ E95"(')!# O()64#"%! (C%!#4"!)6 $#4*:)6) NC II. To o3tain t0is, all units prescri3e for t0is qualification must 3e ac0ieve 6 (CONTAINER STACKER)

BASIC COMPETENCIES
(11 H%56$) U!"# %& C%'()#)!*+ 1. -articipate in 1or2place communication L)46!"!; O5#*%')$ M)#<%=%7%;+
Broup

1.1 /3tain an convey 1or2place information. 1.2 Complete relevant 1or2 relate ocuments. 1.3 -articipate in 1or2place meeting an iscussion. 2.1 Descri3e an i entify team 2. 8or2 in a team role an responsi3ility in a environment team. 2.2 Descri3e 1or2 as a team mem3er. 3. -ractice career 3.1 ,ntegrate personal o3Cectives 1it0 organi<ational goals. professionalism 3.2 =et an meet 1or2 priorities. 3.3 !aintain professional gro1t0 an evelopment.

iscussion ,nteraction

A$$)$$')!# A((6%4*< Demonstration /3servation ,ntervie1s? questioning


Demonstration /3servation ,ntervie1s?

Discussion ,nteraction

questioning
Discussion ,nteraction Demonstration /3servation ,ntervie1s?

questioning

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4. -ractice occupational 0ealt0 an safety

4.1 Evaluate 0a<ar an ris2s 4.2 Control 0a<ar s an ris2s 4.3 !aintain occupational 0ealt0 an safety a1areness

Discussion -lant tour =ymposium

/3servation ,ntervie1

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COMMON COMPETENCIES
(24 H%56$) U!"# %& C%'()#)!*+ 1. ,nterpret tec0nical ra1ings an plans 2. /3serve proce ures, specifications an manuals of instructions. L)46!"!; O5#*%')$ 1.1 Rea ? ,nterpret 3lueprints an plans 1.2 -erform free0an s2etc0ing 2.1 , entify an access specifications ? tec0nical manuals 2.2 ,nterpret tec0nical manuals 2.3 (pply information in tec0nical manual 2.4 =tore tec0nical manual 3.1 =elect measuring instruments 3.2 Carryout measurement an calculations 4.1 C0ec2 con ition of tools an equipment 4.2 -erform preventive maintenance 4.3 =tore tools an equipment M)#<%=%7%;+ Lecture Demonstration -ractical e5ercises Lecture Demonstration -ractical e5ercises A$$)$$')!# A((6%4*< Demonstration an oral questioning 8ritten test Demonstration an oral questioning 8ritten test

3. -erform mensurations an calculations

Lecture Demonstration -ractical e5ercises Lecture Demonstration -ractical e5ercises

Demonstration an oral questioning 8ritten test Demonstration an oral questioning 8ritten test Direct o3servation &uestions or intervie1 -ortfolio Ecre entialsF 8ritten ? /ral Test Demonstration

4. !aintain tools an equipment

". -repare construction materials an tools

".1 , entify !aterials ".2 Request !aterials ".3 Receive an inspect materials

(u io )isual =imulation Discussion -ractical E5ercise Demonstration

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CORE COMPETENCIES
(1. <%56$) U!"# %& C%'()#)!*+ 1. -erform pre4 an post operation c0ec2ing proce ure for container stac2er A$$)$$')!# A((6%4*< /3servation? Demonstration 1it0 intervie1 8ritten test

L)46!"!; O5#*%')$ 1.1 , entify types of container stac2er components structure 1.2 -erform visual c0ec2 of equipment 1.3 C0ec2 container stac2er systems functions 1.4 -erform post4operation proce ures 2.1 -erform safety practices an 0ouse2eeping 2.2 -erform 3asic preventive maintenance servicing 3.1 ,nterpret 1or2 instruction an c0ec2 ? inspect operational area 3.2 -erform container stac2er operations

M)#<%=%7%;+
Lecture -ractical ?

Demonstration

2. -erform 3asic preventive maintenance servicing for container stac2er 3. -erform pro uctive operation for container stac2er

Lecture -ractical ?

/3servation?

Demonstration

Demonstration 1it0 intervie1 8ritten test


/3servation?

Lecture -ractical ?

Demonstration

Demonstration 1it0 intervie1 8ritten test

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TRAINING DELIVERY

T0e elivery of training s0oul a 0ere to t0e esign of t0e curriculum. Delivery s0oul 3e gui e 3y t0e 17 3asic principles of competency43ase T)ET. T0e training is 3ase competency stan ar sI on curriculum evelope from t0e

Learning is mo ular in its structureI Training elivery is in ivi uali<e an self4pace I Training is 3ase on 1or2 t0at must 3e performe I Training materials are irectly relate to t0e competency stan ar s an t0e curriculum mo ulesI (ssessment is 3ase in t0e collection of evi ence of t0e performance of 1or2 to t0e in ustry require stan ar I Training is 3ase 3ot0 on an off4t0e4Co3 componentsI (llo1s for recognition of prior learning ER-LF or current competenciesI Training allo1s for multiple entry an e5itI an (pprove training programs are nationally accre ite .

T0e competency43ase T)ET system recogni<es various types of elivery mo es, 3ot0 on an off4t0e4Co3 as long as t0e learning is riven 3y t0e competency stan ar s specifie 3y t0e in ustry. T0e follo1ing training mo alities may 3e a opte 10en esigning training programs6 T0e uali<e mo e of training elivery is preferre an recommen e . T0us programs 1oul contain 3ot0 in4sc0ool an in4in ustry training or fiel 1or2 components. Details can 3e referre to t0e Dual Training =ystem EDT=F ,mplementing Rules an Regulations. !o ular?self4pace learning is a competency43ase training mo ality 10erein t0e trainee is allo1e to progress at 0is o1n pace. T0e trainer facilitates t0e training elivery -eer teac0ing?mentoring is a training mo ality 10erein fast learners are given t0e opportunity to assist t0e slo1 learners. =upervise in ustry training or on4t0e4Co3 training is an approac0 in training esigne to en0ance t0e 2no1le ge an s2ills of t0e trainee t0roug0 actual e5perience in t0e 1or2place to acquire specific competencies prescri3e in t0e training regulations.
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Distance learning is a formal e ucation process in 10ic0 maCority of t0e instruction occurs 10en t0e stu ents an instructor are not in t0e same place. Distance learning may employ correspon ence stu y, or au io, vi eo or computer tec0nologies.

3 3 TRAINEE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS


T0is section specifies t0e qualifications of trainees an e ucational e5perience. /t0er requirements li2e 0ealt0 an p0ysical requirements are also state . -assing entry 1ritten e5aminations may also 3e in icate if necessary. Can communicate 3ot0 oral an 1ritten -0ysically an mentally fit 8it0 goo moral c0aracter Can perform 3asic mat0ematical computation.

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LIST OF TOOLS3 EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

>elo1 is t0e recommen e list of tools, equipment an materials for t0e training of 2" trainees for t0e operation of container stac2er. QTY 1 set TOOLS ITEM 8renc0es E3o5 an open4en :424 mm4 metric M 9?1$ G 1L 4Englis0 F 'ammer, 3all peen E344 l3sF -liers Emec0anical 17KF QTY 1 unit EQUIPMENT ITEM Container =tac2erE!/( ? rentalF Lo1 3e trailer 1it0 tractor 0ea M operator E!/(? rentalF MATERIALS QTY ITEM " 2ilos !ulti4purpose grease

1 set 1 set

1 unit

1 pc ( Custa3le 1renc0 E1:KF 2 pc Brease gun

4 liters Engine oil E=(E 1"147F 27 'y raulic ? liters steering flui ETELL+= $:?178F 17 #inal rive? liters ifferential Egear oil B-;7? 147F 17 Transmission oil liters E(T#F

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1 set " ps 1 pc 1 pc 1 pc

=cre1 river E17 K flat M -0ilipsF -utty 2nife -ry 3ar E0eavy utyF -ipe 1renc0 E12LF )ise grip E12 KF

>ra2e flui ED/T G4F 4 liters 8ater coolant 277 Diesel fuel liters " pcs >attery 4 istille 1ater 1 set -rimary M =econ ary air filter 1 set -rimary M secon ary fuel filter 1 pc 8ater separator 1 set >elts Eair4con, 1ater pump an alternatorF 2 cans -enetrating oil E2"7 mlF 2 2ilos Cotton rugs " liters Cleaning solvent =et Cleaning tool Eone eac0 2in F 1 pair 8or2ing Clot0es 17 =afety s0oes pairs 17 Bloves pairs 17 pcs Boggles 17 pcs Dust !as2 17 pcs 'ar 0ats 1 pc /peratorAs manual 1 liter

NOTE: Implementation of the training program can be made possible through a MOA between the training school and industry

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TRAINING FACILITIES

T0e container stac2er operation 1or2s0op must 3e ma e of reinforce concrete or steel structure. T0e si<e must 3e suite on t0e requirements of t0e competencies. T0e class si<e of 2" stu ents?trainees is reserve for t0e lecture room an t0e practical emonstration area for carrying out minor Container =tac2er parts maintenance. !ost of t0e learning activities are performe in ivi ually in t0e stu ents?trainees 1or2 area.
SPACE REQUIREMENT SI>E IN METERS AREA IN SQ METERS TOTAL AREA IN SQ METERS

=tu ent?TraineeAs 8or2ing =pace Lecture Room Learning Resource Center 4 4 0.5 hectare (MOA/Rental)

4 sq.m per stu ent 4:.77 24.77 4

177.7 sq.m. 4:.7 24.7 192 "2 224

#acilities?Equipment? Circulation (rea TOTAL WORK AREA Working field

3 / TRAINER?S QUALIFICATIONS HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION (CONTAINER STACKER)


!ust 3e a 0ol er of H)48+ E95"(')!# O()64#"%! (C%!#4"!)6 S#4*:)6) NC II !ust 0ave un ergone training on Training !et0o ology ,, ET! ,,F !ust 3e p0ysically an mentally fit N!ust 0ave at least " years Co3?in ustry e5perienceN !ust 3e a civil service eligi3le Efor government position or appropriate professional license issue 3y t0e -rofessional Regulatory CommissionF

* Optional. Only when re !ired "y the hiring in#tit!tion Reference$ %&'(A )oard Re#ol!tion *o. +00, 0-

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SECTION 4 NATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND CERTIFICATION ARRANGEMENTS


4.1 To attain t0e .ational &ualification of HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION (C%!#4"!)6 S#4*:)6) NC II, t0e can i ate must emonstrate competence in all t0e units of competency in =ection 1. T0e successful can i ates s0all 3e a1ar e a .ational Certificate signe 3y t0e TE=D( Director Beneral. 4.2 T0e qualification of HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION (C%!#4"!)6 S#4*:)6) NC II may3e attaine t0roug0 emonstration of competence in a proCect4type assessment covering t0e follo1ing core units. 4.2.1 CONTAINER STACKER OPERATION

-erform pre4 an post4operation proce ures for materials 0an ling equipment -erform pro uctive operation for container stac2er -erform 3asic mac0ine preventive maintenance servicing

4.3 (ssessment s0all focus on t0e core units of competency. T0e 3asic an common units s0all 3e integrate or assesse concurrently 1it0 t0e core units. 4.4 T0e follo1ing are qualifie to apply for assessment an certification6 4.4.1 4.4.2 Bra uates of formal, non4formal an ?or informal training inclu ing enterprise43ase training programs E5perience 8or2ers E1age4employe or self4employe F

T0e gui elines on assessment an certification are iscusse in etail in t0e J-roce ures !anual on (ssessment an CertificationJ an Jgui elines on t0e ,mplementation of t0e -0ilippine T)ET &ualification an Certification =ystem E-T&C=F.J

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COMPETENC M!P CONSTRUCTION"#E!$ E%UIPMENT OPER!TION " SU&" SECTOR


-erform pre4 an post4 operation proce ures for materials 0an ling moving equipment -erform pro uctive operation for 3ull o<er -erform pro uctive operation for truc24 mounte crane -erform pro uctive operation for off40ig01ay ump truc2 Erigi F -erform 3asic preventive maintenance servicing for eart0 moving equipment -erform pro uctive operation for 0y raulic e5cavator -erform pro uctive operation for 10eel loa er -erform pro uctive operation for motor gra er -erform pro uctive operation for roa roller

CORE COMPETENCIES

-erform pro uctive operation for container stac2er -erform pro uctive operation for to1er crane

-erform pre4 an post4 operation proce ures for lifting equipment -erform pro uctive operation for for2lift

-erform 3asic preventive maintenance servicing for container stac2er -erform pre4 an post4 operation proce ures for 0auling equipment

-erform pro uctive operation for roug04 terrain crane -erform 3asic preventive maintenance servicing for 0auling equipment

-erform pro uctive operation for cra1ler crane -erform pro uctive operation for off4 0ig0 1ay ump truc2 Earticulate F -erform pro uctive operation for paver

-erform pro uctive operation for on4 0ig01ay ump truc2 Erigi F (ssist crane operator ,nstall rigging gears

-erform pre4 an post4 operation proce ures for concreting an asp0alting equipment ,nspect rigging gears ,nterpret tec0nical ra1ings an plans

-erform 3asic preventive maintenance servicing for concreting an asp0alting equipment

-erform pro uctive operation for transit mi5er

COMMON COMPETENCIES

-erform pro uctive operation for concrete pump -erform mensurations an calculations

/3serve proce ures, specifications an manual of instructions

,nterpret tec0nical ra1ings an plans

-repare construction materials an tools

Receive an respon to 1or2place communication -ractice occupational 0ealt0 an safety proce ures

8or2 1it0 ot0ers

Demonstrate 1or2 values

-ractice 0ouse2eeping proce ure E"sF Develop an practice negotiation s2ills

-articipate in 1or2place communication =olve pro3lems relate to 1or2 activities

8or2 in a team environment

-ractice career professionalism

&!SIC COMPETENCIES

Lea 1or2place communication

Lea small team

+se mat0ematical concepts an tec0niques

+se relevant tec0nologies

& ! SI C

+tili<e speciali<e communication s2ills

Develop teams an in ivi uals

(pply pro3lem4 solving tec0niques in t0e 1or2place

-lan an organi<e 1or2

Collect, analy<e an organi<e information

-romote environmental protection

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
T0e Tec0nical E ucation an =2ills Development (ut0ority ETE=D(F 1is0es to e5ten t0an2s an appreciation to t0e many representatives of 3usiness, in ustry, aca eme an government agencies an 10o contri3ute t0eir time an e5pertise to t0e evelopment an vali ation of t0is Training Regulations. THE TECHNICAL E@PERT PANEL (TEP) FERNANDO B SEVA Training !anager --( !anagement TITO C TADIOS Training !anager E'eavy Equipment /peration an !aintenanceF !onar2 Equipment Co. ,nc AUGUSTO S BUYAO Training !anager !a5ima Equipment Co. ,nc. RUDOLFO D ANCHETA &uality Controller =upervisor ERepair an !aintenance of 'y raulic E5cavator?>asic 'y raulicF Civil !erc0ani ising ,nc. EDUARDO C EMAS Trainor Construction !anpo1er Development Center

FLORELLO P QUIAN>ON Consultant, Equipment Concrete -ro uct Division EEquipment !anagementF !a2ati Development Corporation SAMUEL M PUQUI> 'ea , !ec0anical an Tec0nical EConstruction Equipment Repair an !aintenanceF D! ConsunCi ,nc.

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