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COMPETENCY-BASED

CURRICULUM

Sector:
AUTOMOTIVE
Qualification:

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICING NC III


(LPG Retrofitting and Re-powering)
TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
East Service Road, South Superhighway, Taguig City, Metro Manila
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page

A. . COURSE DESIGN ....................................................................................... 1-8

B. MODULES OF INSTRUCTION ................................................................ 9-159

 BASIC MODULES ..................................................................................... 9


o Leading workplace communication................................................ 10-13
o Leading small team ....................................................................... 14-18
o Developing and practicing negotiation skills .................................. 19-22
o Identifying/determining fundamental cause of problem ................. 23-26
o Using mathematical concepts and techniques .............................. 27-30
o Using relevant technologies .......................................................... 31-34

 COMMON MODULES ............................................................................. 35


o Applying appropriate sealant/adhesive .......................................... 36-40
o Moving and position vehicle .......................................................... 41-44
o Performing mensuration and calculation ....................................... 45-47
o Reading, interpreting and applying specification and manual........ 48-51
o Using and applying lubricant/coolant ............................................. 52-55
o Performing shop maintenance ....................................................... 56-60
o Preparing job estimates ................................................................. 61-63
o Interpreting/drawing technical drawing .......................................... 64-67
o Practicing shop safety procedures ................................................ 68-70
o Inspecting technical quality of work ............................................... 71-74
o Maintaining quality systems ........................................................... 75-78
o Providing work skill instructions ..................................................... 79-83
o Identifying and selecting original automotive parts and products .. 84-87

 CORE MODULES .................................................................................... 88


o Testing and repairing electrical security system/ components ....... 89-91
o Servicing electronic engine management system ......................... 92-95
o Inspecting and analyzing engine failure....................................... 96-102
o Inspecting and diagnosing automatic transmission ................... 103-105
o Pulling out, disassembling and checking automatic
transmission .............................................................................. 106-110
o Assembling and testing automatic transmission ........................ 111-115
o Performing maintenance service check-up and repair air-
conditioning system ................................................................... 116-118
o Installing LPG conversion kit ..................................................... 119-122
o Testing and adjusting LPG calibration ....................................... 123-127
o Servicing auto LPG system ....................................................... 128-132
o Removing and replacing automotive engine and engine-
related systems ......................................................................... 133-137
o Service and repair electronically controlled steering systems ... 138-143
o Service and repair electronically controlled suspension
systems .................................................................................... 144-149
o Repair Instruments and warning systems.................................. 150-154
o Carry out diagnostic procedures ................................................ 155-159
COURSE DESIGN

COURSE TITLE : AUTOMOTIVE SERVICING NC III

NOMINAL DURATION : 20 hours (Basic Competencies)


40 hours (Common Competencies)
466 hours (Core Competencies)
526 hours

(Elective)
70 hours (LPG Fuel Conversion)
30 hours (LPG Re-powering)

COURSE DESCRIPTION :

This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, skills and attitudes of an individual
in the field of automotive servicing in accordance with industry standards. It covers core
competencies such as: check, test, replace and repair electrical and mechanical system
components of a motor vehicle such as auto air-conditioning and the automatic
transmission systems; It also covers testing and replacing electronic components or
devices in security and engine management systems. In addition LPG-fuel conversion
competencies were included such as: Install LPG conversion kit; Test and adjust LPG
calibration; service auto LPG system; and remove and replace auto engine and engine-
related system for re-powering the vehicle.

This course is also designed to enhance the basic and common knowledge, skills and
attitudes of an individual in the field of automotive servicing.

To obtain the National Certificate III, all units prescribed for this qualification must be
achieved

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:

Student/trainee should possess the following requirements:

 Holder of Automotive Servicing NC II or equivalent in training and experience in line with


Repair and Maintenance of Automotive Systems.
 can communicate both oral and written;
 physically and mentally fit;
 with good moral character; and
 can perform basic mathematical computation.

Additional requirements for LPG Retrofitting/Conversion or LPG Re-powering:


 holder of Automotive Servicing NC II or equivalent qualification; or
 with at least two (2) years work experience in automotive servicing

This list does not include specific institutional requirements such as educational
attainment, appropriate work experience, and others that may be required of the trainees by
the school or training center delivering the TVET program.
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COURSE STRUCTURE:

BASIC COMPETENCIES
(20 hours)

Units of Nominal
Module Title Learning Outcomes
Competency Duration
1. Lead 1.1 Leading 1.1.1 Communicate information 3 hours
workplace workplace about workplace
communication communication processes.
1.1.2 Lead workplace
discussions
1.1.3 Identify and communicate
issues arising in the
workplace
2. Lead small 2.1 Leading small 2.1.1 Provide team leadership. 3 hours
team team 2.1.2 Assign responsibilities
among members.
2.1.3 Set performance
expectation for team
members
2.1.4 Supervise team
performance
3. Develop and 3.1 Developing and 3.1.1 Identify relevant information 4 hours
practice practicing in planning negotiations
negotiation negotiation 3.1.2 Participate in negotiations
skills skills 3.1.3 Document areas for
agreement
4. Solve problem 4.1 Identifying/ 4.1.1 Explain the analytical 4 hours
related to work determining techniques.
activities fundamental 4.1.2 Identify the problem.
cause of 4.1.3 Determine the possible
problem cause/s of the problem.
5. Use 5.1 Using 5.1.1 Identify mathematical tools 3 hours
mathematical mathematical and techniques to solve
concepts and concepts and problem
techniques techniques 5.1.2 Apply mathematical
procedures/solution
5.1.3 Analyze results
6. Use relevant 6.1 Using relevant 6.1.1 Identify appropriate 3 hours
technologies technologies technology
6.1.2 Apply relevant technology
6.1.3 Maintain/enhance relevant
technology

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COMMON COMPETENCIES
(40 hours)

Units of Nominal
Module Title Learning Outcomes
Competency Duration
1. Apply 1.1 Applying 1.1.1 Identify appropriate 3 hours
appropriate appropriate sealant/adhesive
sealant/ sealant/ 1.1.2 Prepare surface for
adhesive adhesive sealant/adhesive
application
1.1.3 Apply sealant/adhesive
evenly
1.1.4 Store unused and dispose
used sealant/adhesive
2. Move and 2.1 Moving and 2.1.1 Prepare vehicle for driving 3 hours
position vehicle positioning 2.1.2 Move and position vehicle
vehicle 2.1.3 Check the vehicle
3. Perform 3.1 Performing 3.1.1 Select measuring 4 hours
mensuration mensuration instrument and carry out
and calculation and calculation measurement and
calculations
3.1.2 Maintain measuring
instrument
4. Read, interpret 4.1 Reading, 4.1.1 Identify/access manuals 4 hours
and apply interpreting and and interpret data and
specifications applying specification
and manual specifications 4.1.2 Apply information accessed
and manual in manual
4.1.3 Store manual
5. Use and apply 5.1 Using and 5.1.1 Identify the type of 3 hours
lubricant/ applying lubricant/coolant
coolant lubricant/ 5.1.2 Use and apply
coolant lubricant/coolant
6. Perform shop 6.1 Performing 6.1.1 Inspect/clean tools and 3 hours
maintenance shop shop equipment
maintenance 6.1.2 Store/arrange tools and
shop equipment
6.1.3 Dispose waste/used
lubricant
6.1.4 Report damaged
tools/equipment
7. Prepare job 7.1 Preparing job 7.1.1 Identify nature/scope of 2 hours
estimates estimates work
7.1.2 Prepare and present
estimates
8. Interpret/draw 8.1 Interpreting/ 8.1.1 Interpret technical drawing 2 hours
technical drawing 8.1.2 Select correct technical
drawing technical drawing
drawing 8.1.3 Apply freehand sketching
9. Practice shop 9.1 Practicing shop 9.1.1 Apply basic safety 4 hours
safety safety procedures
procedures procedures 9.1.2 Apply emergency
procedures
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Units of Nominal
Module Title Learning Outcomes
Competency Duration
10. Inspect 10.1 Inspecting 10.1.1 Gather information to carry 3 hours
technical technical out inspection
quality of work quality of work 10.1.2 Inspect and apply quality
standards to work
10.1.3 Achieve quality work
outcomes
11. Maintain quality 11.1 Maintaining 11.1.1 Conduct final quality check 3 hours
systems quality systems on completed work / orders
11.1.2 Report on the quality of
processes and work
outcomes
11.1.3 Implement improvements
to work processes
12. Provide work 12.1 Providing work 12.1.1 Organize instruction and 3 hours
skill instructions skill instructions demonstration
12.1.2 Conduct instruction and
demonstration
12.1.3 Check training performance
12.1.4 Review personal training
performance and finalize
documentation
13. Identify and 13.1 Identifying and 13.1.1 Identify the part/product 3 hours
select original selecting and its end use
automotive original 13.1.2 Identify details of the
parts and automotive part/product
products parts and 13.1.3 Part/product is supplied or
products ordered for customer

CORE COMPETENCIES
(466 hours)

Units of Nominal
Module Title Learning Outcomes
Competency Duration
1. Test and 1.1 Testing and 1.1.1 Install electrical security 40 hours
repair repairing system/components
electrical electrical 1.1.2 Test and repair anti-theft
security security system and components
system/ system/
components components
2. Service 2.1 Servicing 2.1.1 Check electronic engine 40 hours
electronic electronic management system and/or
engine engine associated components
management management 2.1.2 Service electronic engine
system system management associated
parts
3. Overhaul 3.1 Inspecting and 3.1.1 Analyze engine failure 60 hours
engine and analyzing 3.1.2 Pull down the engine
associated engine failure 3.1.3 Disassemble engine parts
components and components
3.1.4 Inspect engine parts and
components

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Units of Nominal
Module Title Learning Outcomes
Competency Duration
3.1.5 Perform fitting of engine
parts
3.1.6 Assemble engine parts and
components
3.1.7 Mount and test run engine
4. Service 4.1 Inspecting and 4.1.1 Explain the principles and 20 hours
automatic diagnosing components of automatic
transmission automatic transmission
transmission 4.1.2 Troubleshoot automatic
transmission
4.2 Pulling-out, 4.2.1 Dismount automatic 40 hours
disassembling, transmission assembly
and checking 4.2.2 Disassemble automatic
automatic transmission
transmission. 4.2.3 Conduct automatic
transmission parts analysis
4.2.4 Replace automatic
transmission parts
4.3 Assembling 4.3.1 Assemble automatic 40 hours
and testing transmission
automatic 4.3.2 Mount install automatic
transmission transmission assembly
4.3.3 Test automatic transmission
4.3.4 Road test automatic
transmission
5. Perform 5.1 Performing 5.1.1 Diagnose air-conditioning 40 hours
maintenance maintenance system
service servicing 5.1.2 Service auto air conditioning
check-up and check-up and system components
repair to air- repair to air-
conditioning conditioning
system system
6. Remove and 6.1 Removing and 6.1.1 Prepare for work 40 hours
replace replacing 6.1.2 Remove engine and/or
automotive automotive related systems
engine and engine and 6.1.3 Replace engine and/or
engine- engine-related related systems
related systems 6.1.4 Clean up work area
systems
7. Service and 7.1 Servicing and 7.1.1 Prepare for work 40 hours
repair repairing 7.1.2 Service and adjust
electronically electronically electronically controlled
controlled controlled steering systems
steering steering 7.1.3 Rectify identified
systems systems electronically-controlled
steering system faults
7.1.4 Test and confirm system
faults after rectification have
been done
7.1.5 Clean up work area and
maintain equipment
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Units of Nominal
Module Title Learning Outcomes
Competency Duration
8. Service and 8.1 Service and 8.1.1 Prepare for work 40 hours
repair repair 8.1.2 Service and adjust
electronically electronically electronically controlled
controlled controlled suspension systems
suspension suspension 8.1.3 Rectify identified
systems systems electronically controlled
suspension system faults
8.1.4 Test and confirm system
faults after rectification have
been done
8.1.5 Clean up work area and
maintain equipment
9. Repair 9.1 Repair 9.1.1 Prepare for work 36 hours
Instruments Instruments 9.1.2 Test systems/components
and warning and warning and identify faults
systems systems 9.1.3 Repair instrument and
warning systems and or
associated components
9.1.4 Clean up work area and
maintain equipment
10. Carry out 10.1 Carry out 10.1.1 Prepare to diagnose faults 30 hours
diagnostic diagnostic 10.1.2 Apply technology to isolate
procedures procedures fault(s)
10.1.3 Recommend rectification
method(s)
10.1.4 Component / equipment is
prepared for customer use

ELECTIVE COMPETENCIES
(100 hours)

1. Install LPG 1.1 Installing LPG 1.1.1 Perform vehicle test 40 hours
conversion kit conversion kit 1.1.2 Mount and install LPG
conversion kit
1.1.3 Install piping/hoses and
safety features of the kit
2. Test and 2.1 Testing and 2.1.1 Test electrical connections 30 hours
adjust LPG adjusting LPG 2.1.2 Adjust ignition system
calibration calibration 2.1.3 Adjust/tune-up vaporizer
2.1.4 Check/test LPG fuel system
3. Service auto 3.1 Servicing auto 3.1.1 Service electrical system 30 hours
LPG system LPG system 3.1.2 Service ignition components
3.1.3 Service vaporizer/mixer
3.1.4 Service LPG fuel system

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Demonstration of practical skills
 Direct observation with questioning
 Interview
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COURSE DELIVERY:

 Self-paced instruction
 Demonstration
 Lecture
 Discussion
 Dual training

RESOURCES:

Tools Equipment Materials


 Soldering gun/iron  Power window assembly  Car alarm
 Oil filter remover (strap  Injector cleaner  Automotive wire, # 16
type)  Vehicle lifting equipment AWG
 Screw driver, one of each  Creeper  Electrical tape .16mm x
kind  Automatic transmission 19mm x 16m
 Box wrench of 28 pcs,  Transmission jack  Hand cleaning detergents
4mm-32mm  Air compressor with  Rags
 Open end wrench of 28 accessories  A/T fluid
pcs, 4mm-32mm  Electronic engine  Engine oil
 Socket wrench 22 scanner  Sealant /adhesive
pcs.per set 6mm-26 mm  Laptop with engine  Overhauling gasket (per
 Pliers(one in each kind) analysis software engine model)
 Fuel pressure gauge  Hydraulic jack/lift  Valve lapper
 LED tester  Floor crane  Grinding compound
 Timing light  Oxyacetylene welding  Plastic gauge, green, red,
 Hydraulic lifter torch and gas regulators blue
 Wire stripper  Arc welding machine  Diesel fuel
 Torque wrench, click type  Hydraulic or mechanical  Penetrating oil
 Dial gauge with magnetic crimping press  Copper tubing 3/8, 5/16,
stand  Vacuum pump 1/4
 Micrometer (25mm-  Manifold gauge  Discharge Flexible hose
100mm)  Portable electric drill & fittings
 A/T pressure gage  Charging machine  Suction Flexible hose &
 Allen wrench  Recovery machine fittings
 Combination wrench, 12  Nitrogen regulator  O - rings kit
pcs, 6mm- 32mm  AC compressor  Liquid receiver with sight
 Snap ring pliers, internal  Evaporator assembly glass
 Snap ring pliers, external  Condenser with auxiliary  High pressure switch
 Magnetic pick-up fan  AC relay
 Tube bender  Parts washing machine  AC belt
 Flaring tools  Overhauling stand  Belt adjuster
 Tube cutter  Working table (4 x 8 ft  Magnetic clutch coil
 Swaging tool metal top with bench  AC compressor oil
 AC special service tool vise)  Silver rod
(SST)  Chain block (1.5 tons)  Bronze rod
 Impact wrench  Hydraulic press  Bronze, silver, aluminum-
 Hard rubber mallet  Valve seat grinder flux
 Oiler (offset)  Eye terminal end
 Piston ring compressor  Connecting rod aligner
 Piston ring expander  Cylinder ridge remover
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Tools Equipment Materials
 Valve spring compressor Testing instruments LPG-Fuel Conversion
 Trouble light  Multimeter  Valves (solenoid, safety,
 Engine Overhauling &  Anemometer emergency shut-off, etc.)
automatic transmission  Refractometer  Fuel piping lines and
(SST) per model  Digital thermometer fittings
 Vernier caliper  Dial gauge
 Outside micrometer  Bore gauge Training materials
 Cylinder bore gauge  Micrometer caliper  Reference books
 Easy –out (8 pcs)  Vacuum gauge  Manuals
 Straight edge  Pressure gauge  Catalogs
 Pulley fuller  Leaf feeler gauge  Brochures
 Mechanic’s hammer (4  Small hole gauge  Modules/LEs
pcs. per set)  Telescopic gauge  CDs/Video tapes
 Depth micrometer  Test light
FOR LPG RETROFITTING/CONVERSION AND VEHICLE RE-POWERING
 Wrenches  Vehicle  LPG fuel tank (1 each)
 Hand drills  LPG-fuel conversion kit  Fuel piping lines & fittings
 Set of pliers  Battery load tester  Solenoid valves
 Set of screw driver  Compression tester  Safety valve
 Steel brush  Timing light  Emergency shut-off valve
 Feeler gauge  Hydraulic lifter  Carburetor/EFI & SGI
 Air compressor  Ignition system
 Hydraulic jack components
 Multitester  Fuel filter and air cleaner
 Chain block  Lubricant cleaning
 Liquefied Petroleum Gas materials
(LPG) engine  LPG Fuel
Manuals
 Philippine National Standards (PNS 115)  Manufacturer’s specification manual
 DILG Act of 1990 RA 6975 Rule 8 Sec.50  Maintenance procedure manual
 Fire Code of the Phils. (PD1185) Sec.8  Periodic maintenance manual
and Rule 28  Service manual Parts checklist
 LPG Gas Code (NFPA 58)  LPG conversion kit manual

TRAINER’S QUALIFICATION:

 Must be a holder of National Certificate (NC) IV


 Holder of National TVET Trainers Certificate (NTTC) Level 1
 Must be computer literate
 Must be physically and mentally able
 *Must have at least 2 years job/industry experience
 Must be a civil service eligible or appropriate professional license issued by the
Professional Regulatory Commission (for government position)

Additional requirements for trainor in LPG Retrofitting/Conversion or LPG Re-powering:


 holder of a COC in LPG Retrofitting and/or LPG Re-powering

* Optional. Only when required by the hiring institution.


Reference: TESDA Board Resolution No. 2004-03

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MODULES OF INSTRUCTION

BASIC COMPETENCIES

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICING NC III


BASIC COMPETENCY : COMMUNICATIONS

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : LEAD WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION

MODULE TITLE : LEADING WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes
required to prepare different reports required in the
workplace.

NOMINAL DURATION : 3 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Communicate information about workplace processes.

LO2. Lead workplace discussions.

LO3. Identify and communicate issues arising in the workplace.

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LO1. COMMUNICATE INFORMATION ABOUT WORKPLACE PROCESSES

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Appropriate communication method is selected.


2. Multiple operations involving several topic areas are communicated.
3. Questions are used to gain extra information.
4. Correct sources of information are identified.
5. Information is selected and sequenced correctly when required.
6. Verbal and written reporting is maintained in both familiar and unfamiliar
situations.

CONTENTS:

 Method of communication
 Communication skills
 Communication tools
 Questioning techniques

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Simulated workplace environment


 Communication tools
 Variety of information’s

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Role play
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Direct observation
 Interview

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LO2. LEAD WORKPLACE DISCUSSIONS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Responses to workplace issues are sought.


2. Response to workplace issues are provided when sought.
3. Constructive contributions are made to workplace discussion on such issues as
production, quality and safety.
4. Goals and aims of actions under taken in the workplace are communicated.

CONTENTS:

 Method/techniques of discussion
 How to lead discussion
 How to solicit response

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Simulated workplace environment


 Communication tools
 Variety of information’s

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Role play
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Direct observation
 Interview

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LO3. IDENTIFY AND COMMUNICATE ISSUES ARISING IN THE WORKPLACE

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Issues and problems are identified as they arise.


2. Information regarding problems and issues are organized coherently to ensure
clear and effective communication.
3. Dialog is initiated with appropriate personnel.
4. Communication problems and issues are addressed as they arise.

CONTENTS:

 Identify problems and issues


 Organizing information on problem and issues
 Relating problems and issues
 Communication barriers affecting workplace discussions.

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Simulated workplace environment


 Communication tools
 Variety of information’s

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Role play
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Direct observation
 Interview

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BASIC COMPETENCY : TEAM WORK

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : LEAD SMALL TEAM

MODULE TITLE : LEADING SMALL TEAM

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes
required to lead small team including setting and maintaining
team and individual performance standard.

NOMINAL DURATION : 3 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Provide team leadership

LO2. Assign responsibilities among members

LO3. Set performance expectation for team members

LO4. Supervise team performance

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LO1. PROVIDE TEAM LEADERSHIP

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Work requirements are identified and prescribed to members.


2. Reasons for instructions and requirements are properly disseminated to team
members.
3. Team members questions, problems, concerns are recognized, discussed and
dealt accordingly.

CONTENTS:

 Communication skills required for leading small team


 Skills and techniques in promoting team building
 Negotiating skills
 Up to date dissemination of instruction and requirements to members.
 Art of listening and treating individual team members concern

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Learning materials
- team building manual
- catalogs
- brochures
 Simulated team

METHODOLOGIES:

 Traditional /lecture
 Demonstration
 Case studies

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation

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LO2. ASSIGN RESPONSIBILITIES AMONG MEMBERS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Duties and responsibilities are allocated in respect to the skills, knowledge and
attitudes of every team member.
2. Duties are allocated having regard to individual preference, domestic and
personal considerations.
3. Duties and responsibilities of each member are properly identified and defined.

CONTENTS:

 Duties and responsibilities of each team member


 Skills in identifying individual skills ,knowledge and attitude as basis for allocating
responsibilities
 Knowledge in identifying each team member duties and responsibilities

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Learning materials
- relevant legal requirements
- manuals

METHODOLOGIES:

 Traditional /lecture
 Demonstration

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation

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LO3. SET PERFORMANCE EXPECTATION FOR TEAM MEMBERS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Performance expectations are established based on client needs and according


to assigned requirements.
2. Performance expectations are based on individual team member’s duties and
responsibilities.
3. Performance expectations are discussed and disseminated to individual team
member.

CONTENTS:

 Knowledge and skills in setting individual performance target/expectation


 Team members duties and responsibilities
 Employee policies and procedures
 Defining performance expectations criteria

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Performance expectation worksheet


 Relevant legal requirements

METHODOLOGIES:

 Traditional /lecture
 Demonstration
 Case studies

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation

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LO4. SUPERVISE TEAM PERFORMANCE

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Team member’s performance is monitored in respect to the defined performance


criteria.
2. Team members are provided with feedback, positive support and advice on
strategies to overcome any difficulties.
3. Team members are informed of any changes in the priority allocated to
assignment or task.
4. Communication follow-up is provided on all issues affecting the team.

CONTENTS:

 Knowledge and skills in monitoring team member performance


 Monitoring team operation to ensure client needs and satisfaction
 Methods of monitoring performance
 Informal/formal counseling skills

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Performance expectation worksheet


 Relevant legal requirements

METHODOLOGIES:

 Traditional /lecture
 Demonstration
 Modular

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : DEVELOP AND PRACTICE NEGOTIATION SKILLS

MODULE TITLE : DEVELOPING AND PRACTICING NEGOTIATION SKILLS

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the skills, knowledge and attitudes
required to collect information in order to plan and participate
in the negotiation.

NOMINAL DURATION : 4 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Identify relevant information in planning negotiations

LO2. Participate in negotiations

LO3. Document areas for agreement

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LO1. IDENTIFY RELEVANT INFORMATION IN PLANNING NEGOTIATIONS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Information in preparation for negotiation is identified and included in the plan.


2. Information on creating non verbal environments for positive negotiations is
identified and included in the plan.
3. Information on different questioning techniques is identified and included in the
plan.

CONTENTS:

 Background information on other parties to the negotiation


 Observing differences between content and process
 Identifying bargaining information
 Applying strategies to manage process
 Applying steps in negotiating process
 Strategies to manage conflict
 Steps in negotiating process

CONDITIONS:

The students/ trainees must be provided with the following:

 Pertinent documents
 Simulated workplace
 Paper and pencil
 Calculator
 Hands out

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecturette
 Role playing
 practical exercises

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written test/ questioning


 Demonstration

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LO2. PARTICIPATE IN NEGOTIATIONS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Criteria for successful outcome are agreed upon by all parties.


2. Desired outcome of all parties are considered.
3. Appropriate language is used throughout the negotiation.

CONTENTS:

 Decision making and conflict resolution strategies procedures


 Problem solving strategies on how to deal with unexpected questions and
attitudes during negotiation
 Background information on other parties to the negotiation
 Observing differences between content and process

CONDITIONS:

The students/ trainees must be provided with the following:

 Pertinent documents
 Simulated workplace
 Supplies
 Paper and pencil
 Calculator
 Hands out

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecturette
 Role playing
 practical exercises

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written test/ questioning


 Demonstration

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LO3. DOCUMENT AREAS FOR NEGOTIATION

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. The issues and processes are documented and agreed upon by all parties.
2. Possible solutions are discussed and their viability assessed.
3. Areas for agreement are confirmed and recorded.
4. Follow-up action is agreed upon by all parties.

CONTENTS:

 Procedure in documenting negotiations


 Managing information
 Filing documents

CONDITIONS:

The students/ trainees must be provided with the following:

 Pertinent documents
 Simulated workplace
 Supplies
 Paper and pencil
 Calculator
 Hands out

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecturette
 Role playing
 practical exercises

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written test/ questioning


 Demonstration

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BASIC COMPETENCY : PROBLEM SOLVING

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : SOLVE PROBLEMS RELATED TO WORK ACTIVITIES

MODULE TITLE : IDENTIFYING / DETERMINING


FUNDAMENTAL CAUSE OF PROBLEM

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module expresses the competency required to apply


problem solving techniques to identify/determine
fundamental cause problem.

NOMINAL DURATION : 4 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Explain the analytical techniques

LO2. Identify the problem

LO3. Determine the possible cause/s of the problem

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LO1. EXPLAIN THE ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Importance and application of analytical techniques are explained.


2. Analytical techniques such as brainstorming, cause and effects diagrams,
PARETO analysis, SWOT analysis, GANT chart, PERT CPM & graphs, and
scatter grams are defined.

CONTENTS:

 Observation, investigation & analytical techniques


 Brainstorming
 Cause and effect diagrams
 PARETO analysis
 SWOT analysis
 GANT chart
 PERT CPM & graph
 SCATTERGRAMS

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Coursewares
 Learning materials/guides
 Computer
 OHP

METHODOLOGIES:

 Direct observation
 Simulation /role playing
 Case studies

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written
 Practical/performance test

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LO2. IDENTIFY THE PROBLEM

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Variances are identified from normal operating parameters and product quality.
2. Extent, cause, and nature of the problem are defined based on observation,
investigation and analytical techniques.
3. Problems are clearly stated and specified.

CONTENTS:

 Normal operating parameters & product quality


 Identifying & clarifying the nature of problem
 Application of analytical techniques

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Coursewares
 Learning materials/guides
 Computer
 OHP

METHODOLOGIES:

 Direct observation
 Simulation /role playing
 Case studies

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written
 Practical/performance test

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LO3. DETERMINE THE POSSIBLE CAUSE/S OF THE PROBLEM

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Possible causes of problems are identified based on experience & the use of
problem solving tools/analytical techniques.
2. Possible cause statements are developed.
3. Fundamental causes are explained.

CONTENTS:

 Non-routine process and quality problems


 Teamwork and work allocation problem
 Safety and emergency situations and incidents

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Coursewares
 Learning materials/guides
 Computer
 OHP

METHODOLOGIES:

 Direct observation
 Simulation /role playing
 Case studies

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written
 Practical/performance test

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : USE MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS AND TECHNIQUES

MODULE TITLE : USING MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS AND


TECHNIQUES

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes
required in the application of mathematical concepts and
techniques.

NOMINAL DURATION : 3 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of the module, the learner/students must be able to:

LO1. Identify mathematical tools and techniques to solve problems

LO2. Apply mathematical procedure/solution

LO3. Analyze results

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LO1. IDENTIFY MATHEMATICAL TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES TO SOLVE PROBLEMS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Problem areas based on given condition are identified.


2. Mathematical techniques based on the given problem are selected.

CONTENTS:

 Four Fundamental Operations


 Steps in solving a problem
 Standard formulas
 Conversion
 Measurement

CONDITION:

The students/learners must be provided with the following:

 Manuals
 Hand-outs
 Problem set
 Conversion table
 Table of formulas
 Measuring tools

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecturette
 Self-paced instruction
 Group discussion

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written
 Demonstration

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LO2. APPLY MATHEMATICAL PROCEDURE/SOLUTION

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Mathematical techniques based on the problem identified are applied.


2. Mathematical computations are performed to the level of accuracy required for
the problem.
3. Results of mathematical computation based on job requirements is determined
and verified.

CONTENTS:

 Problem-based questions
 Estimation
 Use of mathematical tools and standard formulas
 Mathematical techniques

CONDITION:

The students/learners must be provided with the following:

 Manuals
 Hand-outs
 Calculator
 Measuring tools/devices
 Case problems

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecturette
 Self-paced instruction
 Group discussion
 Practical Work Approach

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written
 Oral Interview

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LO3. ANALYZE RESULTS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Results of application based on expected and required specifications and


outcome is reviewed.
2. Appropriate action in case of error is applied.

CONTENTS:

 Four fundamental operations


 Steps in solving a problem
 Standard formulas
 Conversion
 Measurement

CONDITION:

The students/learners must be provided with the following:

 Manuals
 Hand-outs
 Problem set
 Conversion table
 Table of formulas
 Measuring tools

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecturette
 Self-paced instruction
 Group discussion
 Research study

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written
 Oral

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : USE RELEVANT TECHNOLOGIES

MODULE TITLE : USING RELEVANT TECHNOLOGIES

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes
required in selecting, sourcing and applying appropriate and
affordable technologies in the workplace.

NOMINAL DURATION : 3 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of the module, the learner/students must be able to:

LO1. Identify appropriate technology

LO2. Apply relevant technology.

LO3. Maintain/ enhance relevant technology

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LO1. IDENTIFY APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Appropriate technologies are studied based on work requirements.


2. Appropriate technologies are identified and selected based on work
requirements.

CONTENTS:

 Machineries/ equipment and their application


 Software/ programs

CONDITION:

The students/learners must be provided with the following:

 Manuals
 Hand-outs
 Multimedia
 Video tape
 Brochures
 CD’s
 Internet access
 Computer

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecturette
 Self-paced instruction
 Group discussion
 Film showing

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written
 Interview

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LO2. APPLY RELEVANT TECHNOLOGY

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Relevant technology is used in carrying out function based on work requirements.


2. Applicable software and hardware is used as per job requirement.
3. Management concepts are observed as per established industry practices.

CONTENTS:

 Office technology
 Industrial technology
 System technology
 Information technology
 Training technology
 Different software/ hardware
 5S (proper house keeping)

CONDITION:

The students/learners must be provided with the following:

 Manuals
 Hand-outs
 Multimedia
 Video tape
 Brochures
 CD’s
 Internet access
 Computer

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecturette
 Self-paced instruction
 Group discussion
 Film showing

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written
 Interview

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LO3. MAINTAIN / ENHANCE RELEVANT TECHNOLOGY

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Maintenance of technology is applied in accordance with the industry standard


operating procedure, manufacturer’s operating guidelines and occupational
health and safety procedure
2. Updating of technology is maintained through continuing education or training in
accordance with job requirement.
3. Appropriate action for technology failure/defect is immediately reported to the
concerned/ responsible person or section.

CONTENTS:

 Corrective and preventive maintenance


 Upgrading of technology
 Communication Skills
 Organizational set – up / work flow

CONDITION:

The students/learners must be provided with the following:

 Manuals
 Hand-outs
 Multimedia
 Video tape
 Brochures
 CD’s
 Internet access
 Computer

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecturette
 Self-paced instruction
 Group discussion
 Film showing

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written
 Interview

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MODULES OF INSTRUCTION

COMMON COMPETENCIES

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICING NC III


UNIT OF COMPETENCY : APPLY APPROPRIATE SEALANT/ADHESIVE

MODULE TITLE : APPLYING APPROPRIATE SEALANT/ADHESIVE

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the selection and application of


sealant/adhesives particularly to identify appropriate sealant
and adhesives, prepare surface for sealant and adhesive,
apply sealant/adhesives evenly, and store unused/dispose
used sealant/adhesive properly.

NOMINAL DURATION : 3 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Identify appropriate sealant/adhesive

LO2. Prepare surface for sealant/adhesive application

LO3. Store unused and dispose used sealant/adhesive.

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LO1. IDENTIFY APPROPRIATE SEALANT/ADHESIVE

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Appropriate sealant and adhesives are identified.


2. Sealant/adhesive is selected in line with job requirements and manufacturer’s
specification.
3. Sealant/adhesive checking is performed to ensure that product is fit for use.
4. Work safety procedures are applied.

CONTENTS:

 Use of sealant and adhesive


 Types and classification of sealant and adhesives

CONDITION:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Equipment/tools/instruments
- Vehicle
- Car lift/bay
- Putty knife
- Gloves
- Apron
- Mask
- Scraper
 Supplies/materials
- Gasket
- Ribbon sealer
- Different types of sealant/adhesives
- Silicon
 Instructional materials
- Reference books
- Learning materials
- Modules

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/demonstration
 Dualized training
 Distance learning

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written/oral examinations
 Direct observation
 Project method
 Interview

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LO2. PREPARE SURFACE FOR SEALANT/ADHESIVE APPLICATION

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Types of sealant and adhesives are identified according to surface.


2. Surface materials are identified as per construction.
3. Surface is cleaned and free of moisture, dust and other foreign matters to ensure
maximum adhesion or seal.
4. Safety is observed while performing job.
5. Sealant/adhesive is applied evenly on the surface in line with manufacturer’s
specification.
6. Excess sealant/adhesive is removed by sanding or by scrapping.
7. Tools and equipment used to apply sealant/adhesive are appropriate to job
requirements.
8. Safety is observed and PPE are worn in accordance with industry SOP.
9. Hazards associated with the use of sealant and adhesives are identified.

CONTENTS:

 Types of surface material and appropriate sealant/adhesive to be used.


 Techniques and procedures in preparing surfaces for sealant/adhesive.
 Use of sealant and adhesive
 Types and classification of sealant and adhesives
 Tools and materials to be used in applying sealant/adhesive
 Techniques in applying sealant/adhesive
 Safety requirements in applying sealant/adhesive

CONDITION:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Equipment/tools/instruments
- Vehicle
- Putty knife
- Gloves
- Apron
- Mask
- Scraper
- Sander
 Supplies/materials
- Paper
- Pencil
- Solvent
- Sand paper
 Instructional materials
- Reference books
- Learning materials
- Modules
- CDs, VHS tapes, transparencies

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METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/demonstration
 Dualized training
 Distance learning

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written/oral examination
 Direct observation
 Project method
 Interview

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LO3. STORE UNUSED AND DISPOSE USED SEALANT/ADHESIVE

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Sealant/adhesive is stored as per prescribed procedure.


2. Wastes are disposed as per workshop SOP.
3. Safe handling of sealant/adhesive is observed.

CONTENTS:

 Sealant/adhesive storing procedures.


 Waste disposal standard procedures
 Hazards associated with improper waste disposal

CONDITION:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Equipment/tools/instruments
- Vehicle
- Car lift/bay
- Putty knife
- Gloves
- Apron
- Mask
- Scraper
- Sander
 Supplies/materials
- Paper
- Pencil
- Solvent
- Sand paper
 Instructional materials
- Reference books
- Learning materials
- Modules
- CDs, VHS tapes, transparencies.

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/demonstration
 Dualized training
 Distance learning

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written/oral examination
 Direct observation
 Project method
 Interview

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MOVE AND POSITION VEHICLE

MODULE TITLE : MOVING AND POSITIONING VEHICLE

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers knowledge skills and attitudes needed to
move and position vehicle. This requires driving, checking
vehicle inside and outside of the work area.

NOMINAL DURATION : 3 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of the module, the trainee/students should be able to:

LO1. Prepare vehicle for driving

LO2. Move and position vehicle

LO3. Check the vehicle

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LO1. PREPARE THE VEHICLE FOR DRIVING

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Correct check-up procedures of engine system is performed.


2. Tire inflation pressures are checked according to manufacturer’s specification.
3. Braking system and fluid level are properly checked.
4. Engine belt tension and other necessary units are checked in accordance with
manual.
5. Lighting systems are checked according to established procedures.

CONTENTS:

 Safety in driving.
 Engine system check up procedures.
 Tire inflation pressure specification.
 Belt tension checking procedures.
 Driver’s code and conduct.

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Equipment/tools/instrument
- Good running condition vehicle
- Car lift/bay
- Belt tension gauge
 Supplies/materials
- Paper
- Pencil
- Brake fluid/engine oil/coolant
 Instructional materials
- Reference books
- Learning guides
- Modules
- CDs, VHS tapes, transparencies

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture
 Demonstration
 Dualized training
 Distance learning
 Film viewing

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written and/or oral examination


 Direct observation
 Project-based
 Interview

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LO2. MOVE AND POSITION VEHICLE

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Vehicle to be moved or repositioned is identified or selected as per job


requirements.
2. Vehicle is driven safely to the designated location according to job specification.
3. Vehicle is parked properly following safety procedures and techniques.

CONTENTS:

 Starting an engine
 Shifting gears.
 Steering vehicle
 Brake application
 Driving skills

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Equipment/tools/instrument
- Functional, good running condition light vehicle
- Car lift/bay
- Belt tension gauge
 Supplies/materials
- Paper
- Pencil
 Instructional materials
- Reference books
- Learning guides
- Modules
- CD’s, VHS tapes, transparencies

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/demonstration
 Dualized training
 Distance learning

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written/oral examination
 Direct observation
 Project-based
 Interview

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LO3. CHECK THE VEHICLE

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Vehicle position is checked as per requirement.


2. Check up procedures is performed upon parking.
3. Vehicle is checked for external damage.

CONTENTS:

 Oil level
 Brake fluid level
 Battery electrolytes
 Tire pressure
 Clutch fluid
 Position of driving gear
 Lighting and warning devices

CONDITIONS:

Student/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Equipment/tools/instrument
- Functional, good running condition light vehicle
- Car lift/ bay
 Supplies/materials
- Paper
- Pencil
 Instructional materials
- Reference books
- Learning guides
- Modules
- CD’s, VHS tapes, transparencies

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture and or demonstration


 Dualized training
 Distance learning
 Film viewing

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written and/or oral examination


 Direct observation
 Project-based
 Interview

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PERFORM MENSURATION AND CALCULATION

MODULE TITLE : PERFORMING MENSURATION AND CALCULATION

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers calculations and mathematical problems


related to automotive works including tolerances and
measurement, including conversion of two systems of
measurements.

NOMINAL DURATION : 4 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Select measuring instrument and carry out measurement and calculation.

LO2. Maintain measuring instruments.

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LO1. SELECT MEASURING INSTRUMENT AND CARRY OUT MEASUREMENT AND
CALCULATION

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Objects or components to be measured are identified.


2. Correct specifications are obtained from relevant source.
3. Appropriate measuring instrument is selected as per job requirement.
4. Measuring tools are selected in line with job requirements.
5. Accurate measurements are obtained.
6. Calculations needed to complete work/task are performed using the four
fundamental operation of mathematics.
7. Numerical computation checked is correct and accurate.

CONTENTS:

 Types of measuring instruments and applications.


 Techniques in measuring parts/components.
 Methods of calculating/solving mathematical problems.
 Conversion of units of measurement from English-metric and vise versa.
 Techniques in determining tolerance/allowance of parts/components
 Calibrating and using testing instruments.
 Solving problems using formulas.
 Finding areas of different geometrical figures.

CONDITIONS:

 Equipment/tools/instrument
- Precise measuring instruments
- Calculator
- Calipers-vernier, micrometer, bore gauge, feeler gauge
- Steel rule, push rule
 Supplies/materials
- Pencil
- Paper
- Models of engine parts/components
 Instructional materials
- Reference books
- Learning guides
- Modules

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture
 Demonstration
 Exercises

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written and oral examination


 Direct observation

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LO2. MAINTAIN MEASURING INSTRUMENT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Measuring instruments are cleaned before and after using.


2. Measuring instruments are kept in safe dry place.
3. Proper techniques in using precise instrument are according to manufacturer’s
standards.
4. Proper handlings of measuring instruments are observed in accordance with
industry standards.

CONTENTS:

 Handling and caring of measuring instruments.


 Calibrating measuring instrument.
 Safe handling and procedures in using measuring instruments.
 Storing of measuring instruments.

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Equipment/tools/instrument
- Computer
- VHS player
- OHP
- Vernier calipers, micrometer, bore gauge, feeler gauge
- Steel rule, push rule
 Supplies/materials
- Paper
- Pencil
- Engine parts
 Instructional materials
- Reference books
- Learning guides
- Modules
- CD’s VHS tapes, transparencies

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture
 Demonstration
 Simulation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation
 Oral examination

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : READ, INTERPRET AND APPLY SPECIFICATION AND
MANUAL

MODULE TITLE : READING, INTERPRETING AND APPLYING


SPECIFICATION AND MANUAL

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module deals with identifying, interpreting and applying
service manuals, maintenance procedures manuals, repair
manuals and periodical maintenance manual.

NOMINAL DURATION : 4 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Identify/access manuals and interpret data and specification.

LO2. Apply information accessed in manual.

LO3. Store manual

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LO1. IDENTIFY/ACCESS MANUALS AND INTERPRET DATA AND SPECIFICATIONS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Appropriate manuals are identified and accessed as per job requirements.


2. Information and procedures in the manual are interpreted in accordance with
industry practices.
3. Relevant sections, chapter of manuals/specifications are located in relation to the
work to be performed.

CONTENTS:

 Identifying appropriate manuals.


 Procedure/ techniques in interpreting data and specifications.
 Knowledge and techniques in accessing data and specifications as per job
requirements.
 Types of manuals used in automotive industry.
 Identification of symbols used in the manuals.
 Identification of units of measurements.

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Supplies and materials:


- manufacturing specifications
- repair manual
- maintenance manual
- periodic maintenance manual
 Instructional materials
- reference books
- professional emergency
- learning guides
- modules
- CD’s, VHS tapes, transparencies

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/demonstration
 Dualized training
 Distance learning

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written/oral examinations
 Direct observation
 Project method
 Interview

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LO2. APPLY INFORMATION ACCESSED IN THE MANUAL

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Data and specification are interpreted according to job requirement.


2. Work steps are correctly identified in accordance with manufacturer’s
specifications.
3. Manual data is applied according to the given task.
4. All correct sequence and adjustment are interpreted in accordance with
information contained on the manual or specification.

CONTENTS:

 Interpreting appropriate data and specifications.


 Applying data and specification accessed from the manuals as required in the
given task.

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Supplies and materials


- manufacturing specifications
- repair manual
- maintenance manual
- periodic maintenance manual
 Instructional materials
- reference books
- learning guides
- modules
- CD’s, VHS tapes, transparencies

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/demonstration
 Dualized training
 Distance learning

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written/oral examinations
 Direct observation
 Project method
 Interview

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LO3. STORE MANUAL

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Manuals are stored appropriately to insure prevention of damage.


2. Manuals are stored properly for easy accessed and ready for updating of
information required in the given task.

CONTENTS:

 Techniques in storing manuals.


 Procedures in maintaining manuals.

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Supplies/materials
- manufacturing specifications
- repair manual
- maintenance manual
- periodic maintenance manual
 Instructional materials
- reference books
- learning guides
- modules
- CD’s, VHS tapes, transparencies

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/demonstration
 Dualized training
 Distance learning

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written/oral examinations
 Direct observation
 Project method
 Interview

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : USE AND APPLY LUBRICANT/COOLANT

MODULE TITLE : USING AND APPLYING LUBRICANT/COOLANT

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers identification of different lubricant,


coolants, and its uses and application procedures.

NOMINAL DURATION : 3 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Identify the type of lubricant/coolant

LO2. Use and apply lubricants/coolant

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LO1. IDENTIFY THE TYPE OF LUBRICANT/COOLANT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Correct information on lubrication schedule is accessed and interpreted from


appropriate manufacturer’s specifications manuals.
2. Type and quantity of lubricants/coolant is identified as per job requirements.

CONTENTS:

 Lubrication schedules
 Uses of coolants
 Properties of lubricant and coolant
 Types of lubricant and application
 Hazards associated with lubricants.

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Supplies/materials
- Engine oil
- Gear oil
- Coolant/water
 Instructional materials
- Reference books
- Periodic maintenance
- Lubricating schedule
- Learning guides
- Modules
- CDs, VHS, tapes, transparencies

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/demonstration
 Dualized training
 Distance learning

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written/oral examination
 Direct observation
 Project method
 Interview

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LO2. USE AND APPLY LUBRICANTS/COOLANT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Correct procedure for change of lubricant is identified following manufacturer’s


specification or manual.
2. Correct tools and equipment are selected and used in line with job requirements.
3. Existing lubricants are removed and replaced with specified types and quantity of
new materials in line with manufacturer’s specification.
4. Safe procedure and use of PPE is observed when removing or replacing
lubricant.
5. Used lubricants are disposed in accordance with environmental guidelines.
6. Work is checked in line with company SOP.

CONTENTS:

 Lubrication schedule
 Hazards associated with lubricant
 Lubrication procedure
 Techniques in handling lubricants
 Personal safety procedures
 Use and care of tools and equipment

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Equipment/tools/instruments
- Vehicle
- Engine
- Set of wrenches
- Oiler
- Apron
- Gloves
- Safety shoes
- Goggles
- Grease gun
 Supplies/materials
- Engine oil
- Grease
- Gear oil
- Power steering fluid
- Radiator coolant
 Instructional materials
- Reference books
- Periodic maintenance manual
- Service manual
- Learning guides
- Modules
- CDs, VHS, tapes, transparencies

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METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/demonstration
 Dualized training
 Distance learning

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written/oral examination
 Direct observation
 Project method
 Interview

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PERFORM SHOP MAINTENANCE

MODULE TITLE : PERFORMING SHOP MAINTENANCE

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers inspecting, cleaning, arranging and


storing tools and shop equipment, including disposal of
waste and used lubricant and reporting of damaged tools
and equipment in the shop.

NOMINAL DURATION : 3 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Inspect/clean tools and shop equipment

LO2. Store/arrange tools and shop equipment

LO3. Dispose waste/used lubricant

LO4. Report damaged tools/equipment

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LO1. INSPECT/CLEAN TOOLS AND SHOP EQUIPMENT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Tools, equipment and the work area is inspected and cleaned, free from dust,
grease and other substances.
2. Cleaning solvent is used as per workshop cleaning requirements is observed.
3. Work area is checked and cleaned.
4. Wet surface or spot in the work area is kept dry.

CONTENTS:

 Workshop policies.
 Types and usage of cleaning chemicals.
 Safe handling of equipment and tools.
 Service procedures.
 Equipment maintenance standards.

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Open workshop/garage
 Well ventilated enclosed work and office area
 Wash area and mess hall
 Cleaning chemicals
 Inventory of equipment and tools
 Rugs
 Containers for used oils
 Vehicle
 Oiler

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture
 Demonstration
 Self-paced instruction
 Dual training

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Direct observation
 Practical
 Interview
 Written examination

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LO2. STORE/ARRANGE TOOLS AND SHOP EQUIPMENT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Tools and equipment are arranged and stored in their respective shelves/
location.
2. Corresponding labels are posted and visible.
3. Tools are secured and logged in the record book.

CONTENTS:

 Storage and disposal of hazardous/flammable tools/materials.


 Personal safety procedures.
 Relevant technical information
 Labeling procedures
 Principles of total quality management (TQM) and 5S

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Tool cabinet
 Appropriate tools and equipment
 Tool room
 Fire extinguishers
 Tool kit
 Log/record book
 Labeling materials

METHODOLOGIES:

 Interactive lecture
 Dual Training
 Self-paced instruction
 Simulation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Practical
 Direct observation
 Interview
 Written examination

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LO3. DISPOSE WASTE/USED LUBRICANT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Waste and used lubricants are disposed in accordance with the standard
operational procedures and environmental regulations.
2. Containers for waste and used lubricants are properly labeled.
3. Personal safety in disposing waste and used lubricants is evident.

CONTENTS:

 Effects of automotive wastes to men and its environment.


 Waste management and disposal
 Cleaning chemicals for grease and lubricants
 Labeling procedures and technique

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Waste disposal area


 Oiler
 Handouts for waste management and disposal
 Cleaning chemicals for grease and lubricants
 Containers for waste and used lubricants

METHODOLOGIES:

 Interactive lecture
 Dual training
 Self-paced instruction
 Simulation
 Demonstration

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Direct observation
 Simulation
 Written examination
 Interview

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LO4. REPORT DAMAGED TOOLS/EQUIPMENT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Complete inventory of tools and equipment is maintained.


2. Damaged tools/equipment is identified with repair recommendation.
3. Reports prepared on damaged tools/equipment have no error/discrepancy.

CONTENTS:

 Conducting inventory and preparing records


 Maintenance and safe handling of tools and equipment
 Maintenance and updating of records and reports

CONDITIONS:

 Records and inventory of tools and equipment


 Record books
 Checklist
 Waste disposal reports
 Racks for tools

METHODOLOGIES:

 Interactive lecture
 Dual Training
 Self-paced instruction
 Simulation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Written examination
 Demonstration
 Direct observation

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PREPARE JOB ESTIMATE/COSTING

MODULE TITLE : PREPARING JOB ESTIMATE/COSTING

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the competence required in


estimating/costing automotive repair.

NOMINAL DURATION : 2 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Identify nature/scope of work

LO2. Prepare and present estimate

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LO1. IDENTIFYNATURE/SCOPE OF WORK

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Effective communication skills are applied to determine the nature and scope of
work to be undertaken.
2. Extent of service to be rendered is determined and documented in line with
standard operating procedures (SOP).

CONTENTS:

 Consumer mathematics
 Replaceable/fabricated materials or spare parts in a vehicle
 Automotive repair procedures and techniques
 Job estimates
 Computing using the four fundamental operations
 Estimating repair works and activities

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Paper and pencil


 Calculator

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture and discussion


 Demonstration
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Written/oral examination

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LO2. PREPARE AND PRESENT ESTIMATE

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Drawing is checked and validated against job requirements or equipment.


2. Drawing version is checked and validated according to the manual.

CONTENTS:

 Job estimates
 Replaceable/fabricated materials or spare parts in a vehicle
 Automotive repair procedures and techniques

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Paper and pencil


 Bill of materials

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture and discussion


 Demonstration
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Written/oral examination

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : INTERPRET/DRAW TECHNICAL DRAWING

MODULE TITLE : INTERPRETING/DRAWING TECHNICAL DRAWING

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the competence required to


draw/interpret basic trade drawings.

NOMINAL DURATION : 2 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Interpret technical drawing

LO2. Select correct technical drawing

LO3. Apply freehand sketching

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LO1. INTERPRET TECHNICAL DRAWING

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Components, assemblies or objects are recognized as required.


2. Dimensions are identified as appropriate to the field of employment.
3. Instructions are identified and followed as required.
4. Material and other consumable requirements are identified as required.
5. Symbols are recognized as appropriate in drawing.

CONTENTS:

 Drawing standard symbols


 Identification of types of drawing
 Identification of materials and other consumable requirements
 Alphabet of lines
 Orthographic views
 Schematic diagram

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Technical drawing manual


 Drawing samples
 Manufacturer’s schematic diagram

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture
 Demonstration
 Self-paced instruction
 Dual training

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Written/oral examination

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LO2. SELECT CORRECT TECHNICAL DRAWING

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Drawing is checked and validated against job requirements or equipment.


2. Drawing version is checked and validated according to the manual.

CONTENTS:

 Drawing standard symbols


 Safe handling of tools and consumables
 Identification of types of drawing
 Draw/interpret orthographic drawing

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Technical drawing manual


 Drawing samples
 Manufacturer’s schematic diagram
 Computer

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture
 Demonstration
 Self-paced instruction
 Dual training

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Written/oral examination

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LO3. APPLY FREEHAND SKETCHING

ASSESSMENT CRITERION:

1. Correct freehand sketching is produced using the necessary tools and materials.

CONTENTS:

 Drawing standard symbols


 Safe handling of tools and consumables
 Draw/interpret orthographic drawing
 Handling of drawing instruments

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Drawing plate
 Pencil and eraser
 Adhesive tape
 Compass
 Divider
 Ruler
 Triangles
 Drawing table

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture
 Demonstration
 Self-paced instruction
 Dual training

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Written/oral examination

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PRACTICE SHOP SAFETY PROCEDURES

MODULE TITLE : PRACTICING SHOP SAFETY PROCEDURES

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module incorporates the work safe regional guidelines
and encompasses competencies necessary to apply basic
safety and emergency procedures to maintain a safe
workplace for staff, customers and others.

NOMINAL DURATION : 4 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Apply basic safety procedures

LO2. Apply emergency procedures

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LO1. APPLY BASIC SAFETY PROCEDURES

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Policies and procedures to achieve a safe working environment are followed and
maintained in line with occupational health and safety (OHS) procedures and
according to worksite policy.
2. All unsafe situations are recognized and reported according to worksite policy.
3. All breakdowns in relation to machinery and equipment are reported to supervisor
or nominated persons.
4. Fire and safety hazards are identified and precautions are taken or reported
according to worksite policy and procedures.
5. Dangerous goods and substances are identified, handled and stored according to
worksite policy and procedures and OHS requirements.
6. Worksite policy regarding manual handling practice is followed.
7. Participation in consultative arrangements established by company for OHS is
exercised .

CONTENTS:

 OH&S requirements, including company regulatory and personal protection


needs
 Identification and control on workplace environmental hazards

CONDITIONS:

The students / trainees must be provided with the following:


 Simulated workplace environment
 PPE
 Workplace procedures and plans
 Documentation in relation to production, waste, overheads, hazard
control/management
 Computer hardware and software, access to electronic communication

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation
 Oral interview

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LO2. APPLY EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Worksite policies and procedures regarding illness or accidents are identified and
applied.
2. Safety alarms are identified.
3. Qualified persons are contacted in the event of accident or sickness of customers
or staff and accident details are documented according to worksite accident/
injury procedures.
4. Worksite evacuation procedures are identified and applied.

CONTENTS:

 The selection and application of fire-fighting equipment


 Worksite recording and reporting procedures

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:


 Simulated workplace environment
 Variety of fire-fighting equipment
 Computer hardware and software, access to electronic communication
 Documentation in relation to production, waste, overheads, hazard
control/management

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation
 Oral interview

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : INSPECT TECHNICAL QUALITY OF WORK

MODULE TITLE : INSPECTING TECHNICAL QUALITY OF WORK

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the competence to inspect work done by
other staff, apply quality standards to work, and protect
customer property and interests

NOMINAL DURATION : 3 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Gather information to carry out inspection

LO2. Inspect and apply quality standards to work

LO3. Achieve quality work outcomes

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LO1. GATHER INFORMATION TO CARRY OUT INSPECTION

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. OH&S requirements, including company regulatory requirements and personal


protection needs are observed throughout the work.
2. Pertinent information are sourced.
3. Different methods are analyzed and those most appropriate to the circumstances
are selected and prepared.
4. Technical and/or calibration requirements for inspection are sourced and needed
equipment is identified and prepared.

CONTENTS:

 OH&S requirements, including company regulatory and personal protection


needs
 Technical / calibration requirements for inspection
 Tools and equipment requirement
 Company Quality inspection systems and procedures
 Vehicle safety requirements

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Simulated workplace environment


 PPE
 Handbook on quality inspection procedure
 Tools and measuring equipment
 Computer hardware and software, access to electronic communication

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation
 Oral interview

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LO2. INSPECT AND APPLY QUALITY STANDARD TO WORK

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Work is identified and confirmed for inspections accordance with company quality
procedures.
2. Quality Inspections are conducted throughout the course of the work to ensure
quality standards are maintained.
3. Quality standards are applied during work completion to ensure the treatment of
customer property meets industry and / or company standards.
4. Activities are coordinated throughout the workplace in accordance with company
procedures.
5. Documents of work quality are maintained according to company requirements.

CONTENTS:

 Quality system in a worksite


 Quality value interpretation
 Worksite reporting procedures

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Simulated workplace environment


 Situations requiring inspections of technical quality
 Computer hardware and software, access to electronic communication

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation
 Oral interview

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LO3. ACHIEVE QUALITY WORK OUTCOMES

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Damage to customer property is avoided through ensuring staff adherence to


quality procedures and use of protective materials at all stages of the repair or
service.
2. Communication pertaining to quality improvements and recommendations are to
be done in accordance with company requirements.

CONTENTS:

 Use of protective materials – its function and purpose


 Communication system in handling abnormalities

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Simulated workplace environment


 Various protective materials
 Computer hardware and software, access to electronic communication

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation
 Oral interview

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MAINTAIN QUALITY SYSTEMS

MODULE TITLE : MAINTAINING QUALITY SYSTEMS

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module of competency covers the competence to


conduct the final quality check on completed work or orders,
report on the quality of processes and work outcomes, and
implement improvements to work processes.

NOMINAL DURATION : 3 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Conduct final quality check on completed work / orders

LO2. Report on the quality of processes and work outcomes

LO3. Implement improvements to work processes

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LO1. CONDUCT FINAL QUALITY CHECK ON COMPLETED WORK / ORDERS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Completed work / orders are checked for compliance with supplier, company or
customer specifications.
2. Level of inspection conducted is appropriate to the size and importance of the
job.
3. Documentation is authorized in accordance with company requirements.
4. Feedback is provided to staff on the quality of their work with equal emphasis on
strengths and weaknesses and opportunities for development.

CONTENTS:

 OH&S requirements, including company regulatory and personal protection


needs
 Technical / calibration requirements for inspection
 Tools and equipment requirement
 Company quality inspection systems and procedures
 Vehicle safety requirements

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Simulated workplace environment


 PPE
 Handbook on quality inspection procedure
 Tools and measuring equipment
 Computer hardware and software, access to electronic communication

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation
 Oral interview

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LO2. REPORT ON THE QUALITY OF PROCESSES AND WORK OUTCOMES

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Documents are kept according to company quality procedures on outcomes of


quality checks.
2. Quality problems are identified according to company performance indicators.
3. Information relating to the quality of processes and work outcomes is provided to
appropriate persons on a regular basis.

CONTENTS:

 Quality system in a worksite


 Quality value interpretation
 Worksite reporting procedures

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Simulated workplace environment


 Situations requiring inspections of technical quality
 Computer hardware and software, access to electronic communication

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation
 Oral interview

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LO3. IMPLEMENT IMPROVEMENTS TO WORK PROCESSES

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Staff input is encouraged to generate possible solutions to quality problems.


2. Options for solving quality problems are generated and the costs and benefits of
each option are evaluated.
3. Recommended solutions to quality problems are discussed with management.
4. Improvements to work processes are implemented according to company policies
and procedures.

CONTENTS:

 Mathematical competence (Numeracy)


 Making of quality report
 Communication system in handling abnormalities

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Simulated workplace environment


 Forms / documents needed for reporting of quality result
 Computer hardware and software, access to electronic communication

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation
 Oral interview

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PROVIDE WORK SKILL INSTRUCTION

MODULE TITLE : PROVIDING WORK SKILL INSTRUCTION

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module describes the performance outcomes, skills and
knowledge required to conduct individual and group
instruction and demonstrate work skills, using existing
learning resources in a safe and comfortable learning
environment. The module also covers the skills and
knowledge required to determine the success of both the
training provided and one's own personal training
performance. It emphasizes the training as being driven by
the work process and context.

NOMINAL DURATION : 3 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Organize instruction and demonstration

LO2. Conduct instruction and demonstration

LO3. Check training performance

LO4. Review personal training performance and finalize documentation

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LO1. ORGANIZE INSTRUCTION AND DEMONSTRATION

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Gather information about learner characteristics and learning needs.


2. Confirm a safe learning environment.
3. Gather and check instruction and demonstration objectives and seek assistance
if required.
4. Access and review relevant learning resources and learning materials for
suitability and relevance, and seek assistance to interpret the contextual
application.
5. Organize access to necessary equipment or physical resources required for
instruction and demonstration.
6. Notify learners of details regarding the implementation of the learning program
and/or delivery plan.

CONTENTS:

 Learner characteristics and needs


 Introductory knowledge of learning principles and learning styles
 Sources and availability of relevant learning resources and learning materials
 Content and requirements of the relevant learning program and/or delivery plan

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Simulated workplace environment


 Computer hardware and software, access to electronic communication

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation
 Oral interview

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LO2. CONDUCT INSTRUCTION AND DEMONSTRATION

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Use interpersonal skills with learners to establish a safe and comfortable learning
environment.
2. Follow the learning program and/or delivery plan to cover all learning objectives.
3. Brief learners on any OHS procedures and requirements prior to and during
training.
4. Use delivery techniques to structure, pace and enhance learning.
5. Apply coaching techniques to assist learning.
6. Use communication skills to provide information, instruct learners and
demonstrate relevant work skills.

CONTENTS:

 Key OHS issues in the learning environment, including:


o roles and responsibilities of key personnel
o responsibilities of learners
o relevant policies and procedures, including hazard identification, risk
assessment, reporting requirements, safe use of equipment and emergency
procedures
o risk controls for the specific learning environment
 Training techniques that enhance learning

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Simulated workplace environment


 Computer hardware and software, access to electronic communication

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation
 Oral interview

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LO3. CHECK TRAINING PERFORMANCE

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Use measures to ensure learners are acquiring and can use new technical and
generic skills and knowledge.
2. Monitor learner progress and outcomes in consultation with learner.
3. Review relationship between the trainer/coach and the learner and adjust to suit
learner needs.

CONTENT:

 Performance Monitoring System

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Simulated workplace environment


 Computer hardware and software, access to electronic communication

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation
 Oral interview

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LO4. REVIEW PERSONAL TRAINING PERFORMANCE AND FINALIZE
DOCUMENTATION

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Reflect upon personal performance in providing instruction and demonstration,


and document strategies for improvement.
2. Maintain, store and secure learner records according to organizational and legal
requirements.

CONTENTS:

 Records maintenance
 Time management

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Simulated workplace environment


 Computer hardware and software, access to electronic communication

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation
 Oral interview

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : IDENTIFY AND SELECT ORIGINAL AUTOMOTIVE PARTS
AND PRODUCTS

MODULE TITLE : IDENTIFYING AND SELECTING ORIGINAL AUTOMOTIVE


PARTS AND PRODUCTS

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the competence required to identify


original automotive parts and products based on evidence
from customers and/or other sources which may include
catalogue numbers or samples of parts/products or their
purpose.

NOMINAL DURATION : 3 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Identify the part/product and its end use

LO2. Identify details of the part/product

LO3. Part/product is supplied or ordered for customer

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LO1. IDENTIFY THE PART/PRODUCT AND ITS END USE

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Available part/product information is gathered, documented and confirmed with


customer.
2. Information gathering techniques is established for proper identification of
part/product.
3. End user or host for the part/product, i.e. vehicle/unit assembly or vehicle/unit
assembly options, is established from an analysis of available information.

CONTENTS:

 Structural of computer workstation


 Parts/product catalogue systems, both brand-specific and general options
 Common automotive terminology

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Simulated workplace environment


 PPE
 Computer hardware and software, access to electronic communication
 Information and material identifying and selecting automotive parts and products
 Equipment identifying and selecting automotive parts and products

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation
 Oral interview

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LO2. IDENTIFY DETAILS OF THE PART/PRODUCT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Parts/product cataloguing system is identified and accessed.


2. Part/product is matched accurately with cataloguing information by accessing and
using the catalogue system.
3. Details of identity of the part/product are documented and processed.

CONTENT:

 Main automotive systems and assemblies and their functions

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Simulated workplace environment


 PPE
 Computer hardware and software, access to electronic communication
 Information and material identifying and selecting automotive parts and products
 Equipment identifying and selecting automotive parts and products

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation
 Oral interview

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LO3. PART/PRODUCT IS SUPPLIED OR ORDERED FOR CUSTOMER

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Customer accepts process used.


2. Part/product is supplied or ordered if not available.
3. Customer records are updated.

CONTENTS:

 Parts ordering procedure


 Parts receiving procedure

CONDITIONS:

The students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Simulated workplace environment


 Computer hardware and software, access to electronic communication
 PPE
 Information and material identifying and selecting automotive parts and products
 Equipment identifying and selecting automotive parts and products

METHODOLOGIES:

 Discussion
 Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Written examination
 Direct observation
 Oral interview

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MODULES OF INSTRUCTION

CORE COMPETENCIES

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICING NC III


UNIT OF COMPETENCY : TEST AND REPAIR ELECTRICAL SECURITY
SYSTEM/COMPONENTS

MODULE TITLE : TESTING & REPAIRING ELECTRICAL SECURITY


SYSTEM COMPONENTS

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers installation testing & repair of Auto
Electrical Security system components.

NOMINAL DURATION : 40 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Install electrical security system/components

LO2. Test and repair anti-theft system and components.

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LO1. INSTALL ELECTRICAL SECURITY SYSTEM/COMPONENTS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Correct information is accessed and interpreted from manufacturer specs.


2. Appropriate fitting/materials and tools are selected.
3. Electrical security system/components is installed and wired according to Industry
procedures.

CONTENTS:

 Use of tools & equipments


 Safety rules in Auto Electrical works
 Interpret wiring diagram
 Interpret correct information
 Installing electrical security system

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Fender cover
 Service manual
 Checklist
 Testing instrument
- Load tester
- Multi tester
 Vehicle
 Box & open wrench
 Pliers
 Screw drivers

METHODOLOGIES:

 Traditional/lecture type
 Dual training
 Self-paced instruction
 Community based

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Written
 Practical
 Direct observation

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LO2. TEST AND REPAIR ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM AND COMPONENTS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Correct Information is accessed and interpreted.


2. Test is carried out and fault is determined using appropriate tools & fitting.
3. Preferred repair action is recommended.
4. Electrical security system defective parts are replaced / repaired.

CONTENTS:

 Repair/clean & replace connectors


 Observe polarity connection
 Interpret correct information
 Methods of finding faults
 Procedure in replacing defective parts of electrical security system

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 VOM Tester
 Multi tester
 Electrical Tapes
 Tools required
 Box & open wrenches
 Pliers
 Screw driver
 Fender cover
 Vehicle

METHODOLOGIES:

 Traditional/lecture type
 Dual training
 Self-paced instruction
 Community based
 Distance learning

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Written
 Practical
 Direct observation

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : SERVICE ELECTRONIC ENGINE MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM

MODULE TITLE : SERVICING ELECTRONIC ENGINE MANAGEMENT


SYSTEM

MODULE DESCRIPTION : This module identifies the competence required to


service/repair electronic fuel injection and electronic engine
management systems.

NOMINAL DURATION : 40 hours

PREREQUISITE : Service ignition system, Service engine mechanical system

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

At the completion of the module the trainees/students should be able to:

LO1. Check electronic engine management system and/or associated components

LO2. Service electronic engine management associated parts

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LO1. CHECK ELECTRONIC ENGINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND/OR ASSOCIATED
COMPONENTS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Air induction and air flow meter is identified.


2. Map sensor is tested.
3. Throttle position sensor is identified.
4. Filter is cleaned.
5. Fuel injection cold start injection is inspected.
6. Pressure regulators are measured.
7. Temperature sensor is inspected.

CONTENTS:

 Major components of engine management system.


 Procedure in testing and determining components, defects and its solution.
 Engine tune-up procedure.
 Safety in handling electronic cars.

CONDITION:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Jetronic or TCCS equipment car


 Simulated work place
 Special tools and tester
 Tape, CDs, transparency
 Safety gadgets

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/demonstrations
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Knowledge
 Practical
 Interview
 Direct observation

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LO2. SERVICE ELECTRONIC ENGINE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATED PARTS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Electronic servicing tools and instruments are used.


2. Sensors are tested.
3. ECU is inspected.
4. Actuator is inspected and tested.
5. Circuit diagrams are traced.
6. Defective parts are replaced and loose circuits are repaired.

CONTENTS:

 Jetronic principles.
 Procedure in testing ECU, sensor and actuator.
 Interpreting specification manuals and diagram.
 Safety in handling electronic/electricity components.
 Exhaust gas analysis.
 Clean air act.
 Repairing electronic circuits and replacing defective parts

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Simulated workplace
 Jetronic/EFI equipment car
 Engine analyzer
 ECU diagnostic connector
 Manuals
 Special tools
 Fuel (gasoline unleaded)

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/demonstrations
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Knowledge
 Practical
 Interview
 Direct observation

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : OVERHAUL ENGINE AND ASSOCIATED COMPONENTS

MODULE TITLE : INSPECTING AND ANALYZING ENGINE FAILURE

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes
required to overhaul engines and associated components of
a removed engine. The task involves complete dismantling
and rebuilding of light/heavy vehicles, plant, motorcycles and
marine on 2 and 4 stroke spark ignition and 2 and 4 stroke
compression ignition engines.

NOMINAL DURATION : 60 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Analyze engine failure

LO2. Pull down the engine

LO3. Disassemble engine parts and components

LO4. Inspect engine parts and components

LO5. Perform fitting of engine parts

LO6. Assemble engine parts and components

LO7. Mount and test run engine

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LO1. ANALYZE ENGINE FAILURE

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Battery is checked and used to test the condition of the engine.


2. Cylinder compression is checked
3. Valve timing is inspected
4. Oil pressure is checked
5. Cooling system (radiator or leak) is inspected
6. Valve clearance is inspected/adjusted
7. High tension cord is disconnected to the ignition coil during engine cranking

CONTENTS:

 Principles of 2/4 stroke cycle engine


 Engine internal and external parts.
 Difference between spark ignition and compression ignition engine
 Compression testing
 Valve clearance and timing
 Oil pressure and gauge reading
 Cooling system parts and functions
 Ignition system parts and functions

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Vehicle with 2/4 stroke cycle engine


 Manufacturer’s specification manual
 Maintenance procedure manual
 Periodic maintenance data
 Service manual
 Compression tester
 Feeler gauge
 Multitester

METHODOLOGIES:

 Traditional/lecture/demonstration
 Dual training
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Demonstration with questioning

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LO2. PULL DOWN THE ENGINE

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Vehicle is parked on designated area and wheel choke is applied.


2. Disconnected wire harness is accurately marked.
3. Battery is disconnected before proceeding to remove other connections.
4. Engine is securely fitted or bolted to the engine stand.

CONTENTS:

 Procedure in pulling down the engine from the vehicle.


 Using lifting/jacking equipment
 Procedure in disconnecting engine wirings and accessories
 Procedure in mounting the engine to the engine stand

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Vehicle with 2/4 stroke cycle engine


 Safety shoes
 Apron
 Goggles
 Hand gloves
 Hand tools
 Lifting and jacking equipment
 Engine stand

METHODOLOGIES:

 Traditional/lecture/demonstration
 Dual training
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Demonstration with questioning

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LO3. DISASSEMBLE ENGINE PARTS AND COMPONENTS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Engine parts are checked for wear, damage and dirt


2. Head bolts are removed following sequential order.
3. Oil pan is removed.
4. Crankshaft is removed in sequential order as specified in the manufacturer’s
manual

CONTENTS:

 Parts and components of the engine


 Procedure in disassembling engine parts and components
 Engine parts/components handling techniques
 Cleaning the engine

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Engine mock-up 2/4 stroke cycle.


 Required hand tools
 Specialist tools
 Cleaning solvent
 Rags

METHODOLOGIES:

 Traditional/lecture/demonstration
 Dual training
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Demonstration with questioning

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LO4. INSPECT ENGINE PARTS AND COMPONENTS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Timing belt is not bended, twisted or turned inside out


2. Belt is safeguarded not to get in contact with oil or other liquid chemical
3. Cylinder warpage is referred to manufacturer’s manual
4. Crankshaft maximum run-out is 0.06m
5. Inspection of the following should conform to manufacturer’s manual
6. Main journal diameter
7. Valve stem or valve bushing clearance
8. Valve face angle is 45.5º
9. Camshaft bore diameter oil clearance
10. Piston ring groove clearance
11. Piston ring end gap
12. Piston to cylinder bore clearance
13. Cylinder bore out of round & taperness
14. Cam lobe diameter
15. Cam lift
16. Crankshaft main journal/connecting rod journal out-of-round and taperness
17. Thrust clearance
18. Connecting rod alignment
19. Valve spring tension

CONTENTS:

 Engine overhaul procedures


 Measuring and testing procedures
 Relevant technical information
 Equipment safety requirements
 Engine component safety requirements
 Relevant enterprise policies

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Engine mock-up 2/4 stroke cycle.


 Required hand tools
 Specialist tools
 Measuring equipment

METHODOLOGIES:

 Traditional/lecture/demonstration
 Dual training
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Demonstration with questioning

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LO5. PERFORM FITTING OF ENGINE PARTS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Fitting/setting of valve to valve seat.


2. Engine valves are fitted to the engine.
3. Camshaft is fitted to cylinder head.
4. Plastic gage is used to measure engine warpage
5. Bolts and nuts are tightened in sequence with correct torque.
6. Camshaft alignment and timing marks are matched.
7. Replacement pistons are used in accordance with the manufacturer’s
specifications.

CONTENTS:

 Procedures in replacing damaged engine parts/components


 Measuring and testing procedures
 Relevant technical information
 Equipment safety requirements
 Engine component safety requirements
 Relevant enterprise policies

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Engine mock-up 2/4 stroke cycle.


 Required hand tools
 Specialist tools
 Measuring equipment
 Tensioning equipment
 Engine oils
 Moving part lubricants
 Replacement parts
 Gaskets and sealant

METHODOLOGIES:

 Traditional/lecture/demonstration
 Dual training
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Demonstration with questioning

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LO6. ASSEMBLE ENGINE PARTS AND COMPONENTS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Bolts are tightened in sequence.


2. Valve timing marks are aligned.
3. Measurement of timing belt deflection is 5-6 mm at 2 kg force.
4. Valve clearance is adjusted.

CONTENTS:

 Procedure in assembling the engine.


 Relevant technical information
 Equipment safety requirements
 Engine component safety requirements
 Relevant enterprise policies

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Engine mock-up 2/4 stroke cycle.


 Required hand tools
 Specialist tools
 Measuring equipment
 Tensioning equipment
 Engine oils
 Moving part lubricants
 Replacement parts
 Gaskets and sealant

METHODOLOGIES:

 Traditional/lecture/demonstration
 Dual training
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Demonstration with questioning

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LO7. MOUNT AND TEST RUN ENGINE

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Engine is positioned to the vehicle supported by lifting equipment.


2. Accurate and correct connection of engine wiring harness, fuel lines and battery.
3. All mounting bolts are tightened as per specified torque.

CONTENTS:

 Procedure in mounting the engine to the vehicle


 Using lifting equipment
 Procedure in reconnecting engine wirings and accessories to the vehicle
 Nuts and bolts tightening sequence and specified torque

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Vehicle with 2/4 stroke cycle engine


 Safety shoes
 Apron
 Goggles
 Hand gloves
 Hand tools
 Lifting and jacking equipment

METHODOLOGIES:

 Traditional/lecture/demonstration
 Dual training
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Demonstration with questioning

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : SERVICE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

MODULE TITLE : INSPECTING AND DIAGNOSING AUTOMATIC


TRANSMISSION

MODULE DESCRIPTION : This module deals with overhauling automatic transmission


(A/T). It also includes testing of (A/T) before and during road
test.

NOMINAL DURATION : 20 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

At the completion of the module the trainees/students should be able to:

LO1. Explain the principles and components of automatic transmission.

LO2. Diagnosing automatic transmission

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LO1. EXPLAIN THE PRINCIPLES AND COMPONENTS OF AUTOMATIC
TRANSMISSION

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Components are identified according to function.


2. Transmission fluid is drained completely.
3. Power flow is explained.
4. Operation of automatic transmission is explained.

CONTENTS:

 Engine condition
 Fluid level
 Fluid condition
 Control Linkage
 Vacuum modulator
 Pressure testing
 Air checking
 Manufacturer’s specification manual
 Maintenance procedure manual
 Periodic maintenance manual
 Service and repair manual
 Parts checklist

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Automatic transmission
 Hydraulic lifter/mechanical lifter
 Transmission jack
 Socket wrench
 Snap ring expander
 Snap ring compressor
 Micrometer
 Torch wrench
 Allen wrench
 Combination Wrench
 Basic hand tools
 A/T pressure gauge
 Torque wrench
 Dial indicator with stand
 Air compressor
 Hand rubber mallet
 Ball peen hammer

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture
 Self-paced instruction

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LO2. DIAGNOSING AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:
1. Automatic transmission is tested for noise.
2. Shifting conditions is checked.
3. Leak of fluid is inspected.
4. Contamination of gear oil is discovered.
5. Fluid pressure is tested.

CONTENTS:
 Develop standard test route
 Test route include level section, hills section and quiet section
A/T must operate in each range to check shifting, check upshift and down shift
speeds and check for evidence of slippage refer to band chart.
 Isolate A/T noise from various chassis and body components noises such as air-
conditioning alternator, power steering and fan by removal of drive belts of
accessories and drive vehicle a short distance.

CONDITIONS:
Students/trainees must be provided with the following:
 Hydraulic lifter/mechanical lifter
 Support stand
 Transmission Jack
 Socket Wrench
 Snap ring expander
 Snap ring compressor
 Micrometer
 Torch Wrench
 Allen Wrench
 Combination Wrench
 Basic handtools
 A/T pressure gauge
 Torque Wrench
 Dial indicator with stand
 Air compressor
 Hard Rubber mallet
 Ball peen hammer

METHODOLOGIES:
 Lecture
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:
 Practical and written test
 Interview
 Direct observation

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : SERVICE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

MODULE TITLE : PULLING OUT DISASSEMBLING AND CHECKING


AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

MODULE DESCRIPTION : This module deals with pulling out disassembling and
checking automatic transmission.

NOMINAL DURATION : 40 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

At the completion of the module the trainees/students should be able to

LO1. Dismount automatic transmission assembly

LO2. Disassemble automatic transmission.

LO3. Conduct automatic transmission parts analysis

LO4. Replace automatic transmission parts

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LO1. DISMOUNT AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. A/T fluid is drained thoroughly before transmission is removed


2. A/T cables and linkages are disconnected
3. Appropriate tools are used

CONTENTS:

 Procedure in draining fluid of automatic transmission


 Procedure in disconnecting and marking cable and linkages
 Types of oil used in automatic transmission.

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Car equipment with automatic transmission.


 Lifter, jack, stand
 Video CDs, tapes
 Mock-up of auto transmissions

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Knowledge
 Practical
 Interview
 Direct observation

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LO2. DISASSEMBLE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Disassemble parts are accurately marked/tagged


2. Parts cleaned as per repair manual

CONTENTS:

 Correct procedure in dismounting automatic transmission


 Safety precaution in doing rise job.

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Car with auto transmission


 Lifter
 Basic hand tools
 Work bench

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Knowledge
 Practical
 Interview
 Direct observation

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LO3. CONDUCT AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION PARTS ANALYSIS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. A/T parts-hydraulic valve body, clutch and disc, bearing and planetary gears are
checked/inspected for worn-out, crack, backlash and end play
2. Inspection of parts is conducted
3. Corresponding repair works is recommended

CONTENTS:

 Procedure in disassembling automatic transmission


 Cleaning of parts and components

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Mock up automatic transmission


 Working table
 Basic hand tools
 Specialized tools
 Cleaning pan

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Knowledge
 Practical
 Interview
 Direct observation

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LO4. REPLACE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION PARTS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Hydraulic valve body is replaced as per specification.


2. Bearing/planetary gear is replaced as per specification.
3. Clutch and disc are replaced as per specification.

CONTENTS:

 Procedure in replacing hydraulic valve body


 Procedure in replacing bearing/planetary gear
 Procedure in replacing clutch and disc

CONDITION:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Auto transmission
 Basic hand tools
 Specialized tools
 Dial gauge with magnetic stand

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/demonstration
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Knowledge
 Practical
 Interview
 Direct observation

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : SERVICE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

MODULE TITLE : ASSEMBLING AND TESTING AUTOMATIC


TRANSMISSION

MODULE DESCRIPTION : This module deals with assembling procedures and testing
procedures per specification and manual.

NOMINAL DURATION : 40 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

At the completion of the module the trainees/students should be able to:

LO1. Assemble automatic transmission

LO2. Mount automatic transmission assembly

LO3. Test automatic transmission

LO4. Road test automatic transmission

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LO1. ASSEMBLE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Assembling procedure is followed.


2. Assembled parts are lubricated.

CONTENTS:

 Configuration of cable and linkages in automotive transmission and its


adjustment point.
 Procedure in assembling automotive transmission
 Correct bolt and nut torque specification.
 A/T component repair and adjustment procedures (relevant to application)
 Equipment/material safety requirements
 Personal safety requirements
 Manual handling procedures

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Automotive transmission
 Manuals
 Hydraulic lifter/mechanical lifter
 Support stand
 Transmission jack
 Socket wrench
 Snap ring expander
 Snap ring compressor
 Micrometer
 Allen wrench
 Combination wrench
 Basic handtools
 A/T pressure gauge
 Torque wrench
 Dial indicator with stand
 Air compressor
 Hard rubber mallet
 Ballpeen hammer

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Demonstration with questioning
 Written examination

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LO2. MOUNT AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Bolts are tightened in accordance with manual torque specification, sequence


and pattern
2. Transmission is connected/installed
3. Cables and linkages are adjusted
4. A/T fluid is refilled

CONTENTS:

 Procedure in mounting automotive transmission


 Lubrication points of automotive transmission.
 Principles of lubrication.
 Equipment/material safety requirements
 Personal safety requirements
 Manual handling procedures

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Automotive transmission
 Manuals
 Hydraulic lifter/mechanical lifter
 Support stand
 Transmission jack
 Socket wrench
 Hard rubber mallet

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Demonstration with questioning
 Written examination

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LO3. TEST AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Stall test and lag test are conducted


2. Line pressure test is conducted

CONTENTS:

 Procedure in testing newly overhauled automotive transmission


 Component/unit test procedures and evaluation (relevant to application)
 Equipment/material safety requirements
 Personal safety requirements
 Manual handling procedures

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Vehicle equipped with automatic transmission


 Specialized testing equipment
 Manometer

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/demonstration
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Demonstration with questioning
 Written examination

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LO4. ROAD TEST AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. A/T fluid level, cable and linkages, engine operation are checked before road test
2. Report of test is completely accomplished and corresponding recommendation is
given

CONTENTS:

 Procedure in testing newly overhauled automotive transmission


 Equipment/material safety requirements
 Personal safety requirements
 Manual handling procedures

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Car equipment with automatic transmission


 Specialize testing equipment
 Manometer

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/demonstration
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Demonstration with questioning
 Written examination

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PERFORM MAINTENANCE SERVICE CHECK-UP AND
REPAIR TO AIRCONDITIONING SYSTEM

MODULE TITLE : PERFORMING MAINTENANCE SERVICE CHECK-UP AND


REPAIR TO AIRCONDITIONING SYSTEM

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module identified the competence required to maintain


automotive air-conditioning system and record operating
condition

NOMINAL DURATION : 40 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Diagnose air-conditioning system

LO2. Service auto air-conditioning system components

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LO1. DIAGNOSE AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Diagnosis is in accordance with company standard operating procedures and


manufacturer specification.
2. Test is completed without causing damage to any workplace property or vehicle.
3. Correct information is accessed /interpreted from appropriate manufacturer
specification.
4. System performance is tested and the appropriate air-conditioning service
procedures are determined.
5. Correct information is recorded on the service slip.
6. Service of the system and component are carried out in accordance with
vehicle/system manufacturer specification.
7. Servicing is carried out according to industry regulations/guidelines, occupational
health and safety procedure and the Philippine clear air act.
8. System is tested and results are recorded in accordance with company policies
and procedures.

CONTENTS:

 Testing procedure to auto air-conditioning system.


 Accomplishing service slip.
 Philippine clear air act.
 OH and S legislation.
 Measuring and testing procedures.

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Vehicle with AC system


 Manuals
 Aircon performance tester with thermometer

METHODOLOGIES:

 Traditional
 Dual training
 Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Demonstration with questioning

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LO2. SERVICE AUTO AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM COMPONENTS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. General servicing is completed without causing damage to any workplace


property or air conditioning system component.
2. Correct information is accessed and interpreted from appropriate manufacturer.
3. Air conditioning system components are dismantled, reassembled and tested to
manufacturer specification.
4. Worn, damaged, deteriorated or faulty components are identified and
replaced/repaired.
5. System components are tested prior to placing into service and results are
recorded in accordance with enterprise policies and procedures.
6. Air-conditioning system components are overhauled according to industry
regulation/guidelines/occupational health and safety procedure and company
procedure/policies.

CONTENTS:

 Proper servicing of air conditioning system components.


 Appropriate use of manufacturer’s manual.
 Testing of air-conditioning component.
 Servicing procedure.
 Repair and replace air-conditioning components.

CONDITIONS:

Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

 Auto air conditioning component


 Service manual
 Fender cover
 Safety gloves
 Safety goggles
 VOM

METHODOLOGIES:

 Traditional/lecture and demonstration


 Dual training
 Distance learning

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Observation with questioning


 Demonstration with questioning

CBC Automotive Servicing NC III - 118 -


UNIT OF COMPETENCY : REMOVE AND REPLACE AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE AND
ENGINE-RELATED SYSTEMS

MODULE TITLE : REMOVING AND REPLACING AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE


AND ENGINE-RELATED SYSTEMS

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitude
required to remove and replace auto engine and engine-
related system for repowering the vehicle.

NOMINAL DURATION : 20 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Prepare for work


LO2. Remove engine and/ or related systems
LO3. Replace engine and/ or related systems
LO4. Clean up work area

CBC Automotive Servicing NC III - 119 -


LO1. PREPARE FOR WORK (4 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Work instructions are used to determine requirements, including methods,


materials and equipment
2. Job specifications are read and interpreted based on manufacturer’s specification
3. Occupational Health and Safety (OH & S) requirements are observed throughout
the work
4. Replacement engine and related mechanical units/assemblies and materials for
work are selected, inspected and tested
5. Tools and equipment (including measuring/ test instruments) are identified and
checked for safe operation
6. Procedures are determined to minimize wastage and energy efficiency based on
job requirement

CONTENTS:
 Interpretation of work instructions and job specifications
 Engine specifications
 Occupational health and safety regulations
 Use of common automotive tools and equipment
 Selection, inspection and testing of replacement engine and other related
systems
 Types and uses of fuel or hazardous materials
 Measuring instruments
 Work, organization and planning processes
 Company workshop quality processes

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:


Equipment Tools Materials Manuals
 Vehicle  Hand drill  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Screwdriver  Fender cover Standards (PNS 115)
jack  Pliers  Rags  Manufacturer specification
 Hydraulic  Wrenches  Apron manual
lifter  Hand cleaner  Maintenance procedure
 Chain block  Spare parts manual
 Lubricants  Periodic maintenance
 Cleaning manual
materials  Service manual
 Fuel  Parts Checklist
 LPG Conversion Kit Manual

METHODOLOGIES:
 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:
 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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LO2. REMOVE ENGINE AND/OR RELATED SYSTEMS (8 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Engines and other related systems are removed using appropriate methods, tools
and equipment in accordance with workplace procedure.
2. Engine and other related systems removal is completed without causing damage
to component, system or injury to self or others.
3. Task is carried out according to workplace procedure and occupational health
and safety regulations.

CONTENTS:

 Types of automotive engine and other related system its parts and functions
 Procedures in removing and replacing engine and other related systems
 Occupational health and safety regulation
 Use of common automotive tools and equipment

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand drill  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Screwdriver  Fender cover Standards (PNS 115)
jack  Pliers  Rags  Manufacturer specification
 Hydraulic  Wrenches  Apron manual
lifter  Hand cleaner  Maintenance procedure
 Chain block  Spare parts manual
 Lubricants  Periodic maintenance
 Cleaning manual
materials  Service manual
 Fuel  Parts Checklist
 LPG Conversion Kit Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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LO3. REPLACE ENGINE AND/OR RELATED SYSTEMS (16 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Engines and other related systems are replaced with recommended units using
appropriate methods, tools and equipment
2. Replacement of engines and other related systems is completed without causing
damage to component or system or injury to self or others
3. Inspection, testing and final adjustments is conducted according to
company/manufacturer’s procedures
4. Task is carried out according to workplace procedure and occupational health
and safety regulations

CONTENTS:

 Procedure in replacing automotive engine and other related systems


 Techniques in replacing engines and other related systems
 Steps and procedures in inspecting, testing and final adjustments
 Occupational health and safety regulations
 Use of common automotive tools and equipment

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand drill  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Screwdriver  Fender cover Standards (PNS 115)
jack  Pliers  Rags  Manufacturer specification
 Hydraulic  Wrenches  Apron manual
lifter  Hand cleaner  Maintenance procedure
 Chain block  Spare parts manual
 Lubricants  Periodic maintenance
 Cleaning manual
materials  Service manual
 Fuel  Parts Checklist
 LPG Conversion Kit Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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LO4. CLEAN UP WORK AREA (2 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Materials that can be reused is collected and stored in accordance with


workplace procedure.
2. Waste and scrap is removed/ disposed-off following workplace and
environmental procedures.
3. Equipment and work area are cleaned and inspected for serviceable condition in
accordance with workplace procedures.
4. Unserviceable equipment is identified, tagged and faults identified in accordance
with workplace procedures.
5. Tools and equipment, supplies and materials and accessories are stored in
accordance with workplace procedures.

CONTENTS:

 Recycling and storing of materials


 Proper waste disposal
 Proper house keeping (5S) Storing , safekeeping of tools materials and
equipment
 Occupational health and safety regulation

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand drill  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Screwdriver  Fender cover Standards (PNS 115)
jack  Pliers  Rags  Manufacturer specification
 Hydraulic  Wrenches  Apron manual
lifter  Hand cleaner  Maintenance procedure
 Chain block  Spare parts manual
 Lubricants  Periodic maintenance
 Cleaning manual
materials  Service manual
 Fuel  Parts Checklist
 LPG Conversion Kit Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

CBC Automotive Servicing NC III - 123 -


UNIT OF COMPETENCY : SERVICE AND REPAIR ELECTRONICALLY
CONTROLLED STEERING SYSTEMS

MODULE TITLE : SERVICING AND REPAIRING ELECTRONICALLY


CONTROLLED STEERING SYSTEMS

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitude
required to service and repair electronically controlled
steering systems.

NOMINAL DURATION : 34 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Prepare for work


LO2. Service and adjust electronically controlled steering systems
LO3. Rectify identified electronically controlled steering system faults
LO4. Test and confirm system faults after rectification
LO5. Clean up work area and maintain equipment

CBC Automotive Servicing NC III - 124 -


LO1. PREPARE FOR WORK (4 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:
1. Work instructions are used to determine job requirements, including quality,
material, equipment and service manuals
2. Job specifications are read and interpreted based on manufacturer’s specification
3. Occupational Health and Safety (OH & S) requirements are observed throughout
the work
4. Electronic system protection devices, processes and precautions are identified
appropriate to the application
5. Tools and equipment (including measuring/ test instruments) are identified and
checked for safe operation
6. Procedures are identified to minimize task time

CONTENTS:
 Interpretation of work instructions and job specifications
 Operating principles of electronically controlled steering systems
 Occupational health and safety regulations
 Use of common automotive tools and equipment
 Selection, inspection and testing of replacement steering and other related
systems
 Types and uses of fuel or hazardous materials
 Measuring instruments
 Work organization and planning processes
 Company workshop quality processes

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscop removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
es, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials
 Fuel

METHODOLOGIES:
 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:
 Interview
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

CBC Automotive Servicing NC III - 125 -


LO2. SERVICE AND ADJUST ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED STEERING
SYSTEMS (8 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Service information is accessed and interpreted prior to commencing servicing


procedures
2. Electronically controlled steering systems is determined in conjunction with the
customer
3. Current status of the electronic system is confirmed through a road test program
4. Electronic system is serviced in accordance with manufacturer/component
supplier specifications and enterprise procedures
5. Fluids and lubricants are used in accordance with OH&S and
manufacturer/component supplier specifications
6. Used fluids and lubricants are disposed of according to enterprise and OH&S
requirements

CONTENTS:

 Construction and operation of electronically controlled steering systems


 Procedures in removing and replacing faulty/defective components within the
electronically controlled steering systems and other related systems

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscop removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
es, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials  LPG Conversion Kit
 Fuel Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

CBC Automotive Servicing NC III - 126 -


LO3. RECTIFY IDENTIFIED ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED STEERING SYSTEM
FAULTS (16 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Road test results are interpreted to verify system fault diagnosis


2. Customer is notified of identified fault(s) and agreement is given before work is
carried out
3. Faulty components are removed and refitted with approved replacement parts
reference with approved workplace procedures and customer requirements
4. Faulty components are disposed of reference with approved workplace
procedures and warranty requirements
5. System adjustments are completed for replaced components

CONTENTS:

 Relationship to other electronically controlled system(s),including shared


components (e.g. ECU, sensors)test, diagnosis and fault determination
procedures
 Types and layout of service/repair manuals either be a hard copy or electronic
copy
 Service/repair, removal, replacement and adjustment procedures

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscope removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
s, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials  LPG Conversion Kit
 Fuel Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

CBC Automotive Servicing NC III - 127 -


LO4. TEST AND CONFIRM SYSTEM FAULTS AFTER RECTIFICATION (4 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Test procedures are carried out to confirm rectification of system faults


2 Documentation is completed in accordance with workplace/customer
requirements
3 Outcomes of rectification work is explained to the satisfaction of the customer to
complete invoice documentation

CONTENTS:

 Post- repair test procedures


 Company quality processes

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscop removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
es, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials  LPG Conversion Kit
 Fuel Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

CBC Automotive Servicing NC III - 128 -


LO5. CLEAN UP WORK AREA AND MAINTAIN EQUIPMENT (2 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Materials that can be reused is collected and stored in accordance with


workplace procedure.
2. Waste and scrap is removed/ disposed-off following workplace and
environmental procedures.
3. Equipment and work area are cleaned and inspected for serviceable condition in
accordance with workplace procedures.
4. Serviceable equipment and faults identified are tagged in accordance with
workplace procedures
5. Maintenance is completed in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier
specifications and site
6. Tooling is maintained in accordance with workplace procedures

CONTENTS:

 Recycling and storing of materials


 Proper waste disposal
 Proper house keeping (5S) Storing , safekeeping of tools materials and
equipment
 Occupational health and safety regulation

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscop removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
es, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials  LPG Conversion Kit
 Fuel Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

CBC Automotive Servicing NC III - 129 -


UNIT OF COMPETENCY : SERVICE AND REPAIR ELECTRONICALLY
CONTROLLED SUSPENSION SYSTEMS

MODULE TITLE : SERVICING AND REPAIRING ELECTRONICALLY


CONTROLLED SUSPENSION SYSTEMS

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitude
required to service and repair electronically controlled
suspension systems.

NOMINAL DURATION : 34 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Prepare for work


LO2. Service and adjust electronically controlled suspension systems
LO3. Rectify identified electronically controlled suspension system faults
LO4. Test and confirm system faults after rectification
LO5. Clean up work area and maintain equipment

CBC Automotive Servicing NC III - 130 -


LO1. PREPARE FOR WORK (4 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:
1. Work instructions are used to determine job requirements, including quality,
material, equipment and service manuals
2. Job specifications are read and interpreted based on manufacturer’s specification
3. Occupational Health and Safety (OH & S) requirements are observed throughout
the work
4. Electronic system protection devices, processes and precautions are identified
appropriate to the application
5. Tools and equipment (including measuring/ test instruments) are identified and
checked for safe operation
6. Procedures are identified to minimize task time

CONTENTS:
 Interpretation of work instructions and job specifications
 Operating principles of electronically controlled suspension systems
 Occupational health and safety regulations
 Use of common automotive tools and equipment
 Selection, inspection and testing of replacement suspension and other related
systems
 Types and uses of fuel or hazardous materials
 Measuring instruments
 Work organization and planning processes
 Company workshop quality processes

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscop removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
es, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials
 Fuel

METHODOLOGIES:
 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:
 Interview
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

CBC Automotive Servicing NC III - 131 -


LO2. SERVICE AND ADJUST ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED SUSPENSION
SYSTEMS (8 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Service information is accessed and interpreted prior to commencing servicing


procedures
2. Current status and previous fault history of electronic suspension systems is
determined in conjunction with the customer
3. Current status of the electronic system is confirmed through a road test program
4. Electronic system is serviced in accordance with manufacturer/component
supplier specifications and enterprise procedures
5. Fluids and lubricants are used in accordance with OH&S and
manufacturer/component supplier specifications
6. Used fluids and lubricants are disposed of according to enterprise and OH&S
requirements

CONTENTS:

 Construction and operation of electronically controlled suspension systems


 Procedures in removing and replacing faulty/defective components within the
electronically controlled steering systems and other related systems

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscop removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
es, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials  LPG Conversion Kit
 Fuel Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

CBC Automotive Servicing NC III - 132 -


LO3. RECTIFY IDENTIFIED ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED SUSPENSION
SYSTEM FAULTS (16 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Road test results are interpreted to verify system fault diagnosis


2. Customer is notified of identified fault(s) and agreement is given before work is
carried out
3. Faulty components are removed and refitted with approved replacement parts
reference with approved workplace procedures and customer requirements
4. Faulty components are disposed of reference with approved workplace
procedures and warranty requirements
5. System adjustments are completed for replaced components

CONTENTS:

 Relationship to other electronically controlled system(s),including shared


components (e.g. ECU, sensors)test, diagnosis and fault determination
procedures
 Types and layout of service/repair manuals either be a hard copy or electronic
copy
 Service/repair, removal, replacement and adjustment procedures

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscope removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
s, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials  LPG Conversion Kit
 Fuel Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

CBC Automotive Servicing NC III - 133 -


LO4. TEST AND CONFIRM SYSTEM FAULTS AFTER RECTIFICATION (4 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Test procedures are carried out to confirm rectification of system faults


2. Documentation is completed in accordance with workplace/customer
requirements
3. Outcomes of rectification work is explained to the satisfaction of the customer to
complete invoice documentation

CONTENTS:

 Post- repair test procedures


 Company quality processes

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscop removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
es, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials  LPG Conversion Kit
 Fuel Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

CBC Automotive Servicing NC III - 134 -


LO5. CLEAN UP WORK AREA AND MAINTAIN EQUIPMENT (2 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Materials that can be reused is collected and stored in accordance with


workplace procedure.
2. Waste and scrap is removed/ disposed-off following workplace and
environmental procedures.
3. Equipment and work area are cleaned and inspected for serviceable condition in
accordance with workplace procedures.
4. Serviceable equipment and faults identified are tagged in accordance with
workplace procedures
5. Maintenance is completed in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier
specifications and site
6. Tooling is maintained in accordance with workplace procedures

CONTENTS:

 Recycling and storing of materials


 Proper waste disposal
 Proper house keeping (5S) Storing , safekeeping of tools materials and
equipment
 Occupational health and safety regulation

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscop removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
es, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials  LPG Conversion Kit
 Fuel Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

CBC Automotive Servicing NC III - 135 -


UNIT OF COMPETENCY : REPAIR INSTRUMENTS AND WARNING SYSTEMS

MODULE TITLE : REPAIRING INSTRUMENTS AND WARNING SYSTEMS

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitude
required to repair instruments and warning systems.

NOMINAL DURATION : 30 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Prepare for work


LO2. Test systems / components and identify faults
LO3. Repair instruments and warning systems and or associated components
LO4. Clean up work area and maintain equipment

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LO1. PREPARE FOR WORK (4 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:
1. Work instructions are used to determine job requirements, including quality,
material, equipment and service manuals
2. Job specifications are read and interpreted based on manufacturer’s specification
3. Occupational Health and Safety (OH & S) requirements are observed throughout
the work
4. Tools and equipment (including measuring/ test instruments) are identified and
checked for safe operation
5. Procedures are identified to minimize task time

CONTENTS:
 Interpretation of work instructions and job specifications
 Operating principles of electronically controlled suspension systems
 Occupational health and safety regulations
 Use of common automotive tools and equipment
 Selection, inspection and testing of replacement suspension and other related
systems
 Types and uses of fuel or hazardous materials
 Measuring instruments
 Work organization and planning processes
 Company workshop quality processes

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscop removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
es, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials
 Fuel

METHODOLOGIES:
 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:
 Interview
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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LO2. TEST SYSTEMS / COMPONENTS AND IDENTIFY FAULTS (8 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Correct instructions are used to determine job requirements


2. Tests are carried out to determine faults using tooling and techniques
3. Tests are completed without causing damage to component or system
4. Faults are identified and necessary repair actions are determined
5. Tests are carried out according to industry regulations / guidelines, OH&S,
legislation and enterprise procedures / policies

CONTENTS:

 Construction and operation of instruments and warning systems relevant to


application
 Procedures in removing and replacing faulty/defective components within the
instrument and warning systems and other related systems
 Interpretation of technical material, graphic symbols and diagrams

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscop removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
es, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials  LPG Conversion Kit
 Fuel Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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LO3. REPAIR INSTRUMENT AND WARNING SYSTEMS AND OR ASSOCIATED
COMPONENTS (16 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:
1. Correct information is accessed and interpreted from manufacturer/component
supplier specifications
2. Repairs, component replacement and adjustments are carried out using tooling,
techniques and materials
3. Instrument and warning systems repairs are completed without causing damage
to component or system
4. Retests are carried out to ensure correct and safe instrument and warning system
operation
5. Repairs are carried out according to industry regulations /guidelines, OH&S,
legislation and enterprise procedures / policies
6. Workplace and equipment documents are completed in accordance with site
requirements

CONTENTS:
 Relationship to other electronically controlled system(s),including shared
components (e.g. ECU, sensors)test, diagnosis and fault determination
procedures
 Types and layout of service/repair manuals either be a hard copy or electronic
copy
 Service/repair, removal, replacement and adjustment procedures
 Company quality processes

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscope removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
s, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials  LPG Conversion Kit
 Fuel Manual

METHODOLOGIES:
 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:
 Interview
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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LO4. CLEAN UP WORK AREA AND MAINTAIN EQUIPMENT (2 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Materials that can be reused is collected and stored in accordance with


workplace procedure.
2. Waste and scrap is removed/ disposed-off following workplace and
environmental procedures.
3. Equipment and work area are cleaned and inspected for serviceable condition in
accordance with workplace procedures.
4. Serviceable equipment and faults identified are tagged in accordance with
workplace procedures
5. Maintenance is completed in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier
specifications and site
6. Tooling is maintained in accordance with workplace procedures

CONTENTS:

 Recycling and storing of materials


 Proper waste disposal
 Proper house keeping (5S) Storing , safekeeping of tools materials and
equipment
 Occupational health and safety regulation

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscop removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
es, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials  LPG Conversion Kit
 Fuel Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : CARRY OUT DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES

MODULE TITLE : CARRYING OUT DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitude
required to carry out diagnostic procedures.

NOMINAL DURATION : 30 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Prepare to diagnose faults


LO2. Apply technology to isolate fault(s)
LO3. Recommend rectification method(s)
LO4. Component / equipment is prepared for customer use

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LO1. PREPARE TO DIAGNOSE FAULTS (4 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Information is accessed from appropriate sources


2. Differentiate between "symptoms" and "causes"
3. Identify fault diagnosis as a process
4. Familiarization of system(s) from the area of the fault's origin

CONTENTS:

 Symptom and cause differentiation


 Interpretation of work instructions and job specifications
 Occupational health and safety regulations
 Use of common automotive tools and equipment
 Types and uses of fuel or hazardous materials
 Measuring instruments
 Work organization and planning processes
 Company workshop quality processes

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscop removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
es, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials
 Fuel

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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LO2. APPLY TECHNOLOGY TO ISOLATE FAULT(S) (8 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Diagnosis strategy is developed in order to determine a fault within the


component / equipment
2. Measuring equipment like meters / gauges is applied to isolate fault
3. Identification of fault(s) are made from test results
4. Findings are confirmed by an alternate route/plan
5. Faults are diagnosed without causing damage to workplace property, component
or equipment
6. Inspections are carried out according to industry regulations/guidelines, OH&S
legislation, legislation and enterprise procedures/policies

CONTENTS:

 Diagnostic procedures and problem-solving techniques


 Documenting procedures
 Procedures in removing and replacing faulty/defective components
 Interpretation of technical material, graphic symbols and diagrams

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscop removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
es, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials  LPG Conversion Kit
 Fuel Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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LO3. RECOMMENDS RECTIFICATION METHOD(S) (16 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Report of findings is completed in workplace approved format


2. Rectification strategy is identified with the use of appropriate tools and equipment
3. Consequences of ignoring strategy are identified
4. Any faults in conflict with roadworthiness or safe operation of component /
equipment are immediately brought to the attention of the supervisor for action

CONTENTS:

 Types and layout of service/repair manuals either be a hard copy or electronic


copy
 Service/repair, removal, replacement and adjustment procedures

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscope removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
s, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials  LPG Conversion Kit
 Fuel Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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LO4. COMPONENT / EQUIPMENT IS PREPARED FOR CUSTOMER USE (2 hours)

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Work schedule documentation is completed


2. Final inspection is made to ensure safety features are in place
3. Final inspection is made to ensure work is done according to workplace
expectations
4. Job card is completed and delivered to appropriate staff

CONTENTS:

 Documenting responsibilities
 Company quality processes

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand tools  Gloves  Philippine National
 Hydraulic  Air or  Fender Standards (PNS 115)
jack pneumatic tools cover  Manufacturer
 Specialized  Power tools  Rags specification manual
system  Specialized  Apron  Maintenance procedure
testers, tools for  Hand manual
oscilloscop removal/adjust cleaner  Periodic maintenance
es, scanner ment  Spare parts manual
and LED  Lubricants  Service manual
test lights  Cleaning  Parts Checklist
materials  LPG Conversion Kit
 Fuel Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : INSTALL LPG CONVERSION KIT

MODULE TITLE : INSTALLING LPG CONVERSION KIT

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitude
required to install the component of LPG conversion kit to
include the multi valve, tank, change over switch, vaporizer
assembly, piping/hoses and safety gadgets

NOMINAL DURATION : 40 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Perform vehicle test


LO2. Mount and install conversion kit
LO3. Install piping/hoses and safety features of the kit

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LO1. PERFORM VEHICLE TEST

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Engine condition of the vehicle is checked based on standard operating


procedure.
2. Appropriate test instruments, tools and equipment are selected in accordance
with job requirements.
3. Occupational health and safety procedures are followed based on OH&S
regulations.
4. Findings on the test conducted are reported and recommendation is made to
direct supervisor.

CONTENTS:

 Types of automotive engine, parts and functions


 Engine specifications
 Principles and concept of LPG fueled vehicle
 Occupational health and safety
 LPG-fuel conversion kit and accessories Installation and safety precautions
 Procedures in testing the vehicle
 Use of common automotive tools and equipment
 Measuring instruments
 Company workshop quality processes

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Screwdriver  LPG fuel tank  Philippine National
 LPG  Hand drill  Fuel piping Standards (PNS 115)
conversion kit  Pliers lines and fittings  Manufacturer
 Battery load  Wrenches  Solenoid valve specification manual
tester  Steel brush  Safety valve  Maintenance
 Compression  Emergency procedure manual
tester shut-off valve  Periodic maintenance
 Timing light  Gloves manual
 Hydraulic lifter  Fender cover  Service manual
 Air compressor  Rags  Parts Checklist
 Apron  LPG Conversion Kit
 Hand cleaner Manual

METHODOLOGIES:
 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:
 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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LO2. MOUNT AND INSTALL CONVERSION KIT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Conversion kit is checked and tested before installation process is performed.


2. Installation plan is checked in accordance with the job requirements.
3. Installation information of LPG tank is accessed and interpreted based on
manufacturer’s specifications
4. Mounting and installation is performed in accordance with workplace procedure.
5. Wiring installation is performed based on job requirements

CONTENTS:

 Checking and testing of conversion kit


 Procedure in mounting and installing conversion kit
 LPG-fuel conversion kit and accessories Installation and safety precautions
 Working plan for piping layout
 Types of LPG safety accessories
 Procedure in wiring installation
 Work, organization and planning processes

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Screwdriver  LPG fuel tank  Philippine National
 LPG  Hand drill  Fuel piping Standards (PNS 115)
conversion kit  Pliers lines and fittings  Manufacturer
 Battery load  Wrenches  Solenoid valve specification manual
tester  Steel brush  Safety valve  Maintenance
 Compression  Emergency procedure manual
tester shut-off valve  Periodic maintenance
 Timing light  Gloves manual
 Hydraulic lifter  Fender cover  Service manual
 Air compressor  Rags  Parts Checklist
 Apron  LPG Conversion Kit
 Hand cleaner Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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LO3. INSTALL PIPING / HOSES AND SAFETY FEATURES OF THE KIT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Piping/tubes, hoses and fittings are checked and tested before installation
process is performed.
2. Piping lay-out is performed at the front, underneath and rear of the vehicle
3. Information is accessed and interpreted based on the piping installation
specifications and safety rules
4. Mounting and installation is performed based on procedures manual, safety
handbook, manufacturer’s instruction and occupational health and safety (OH&S)
requirements

CONTENTS:

 Principles and concept of mounting and installation of piping/hoses and safety


features kit
 Interpretation of working plan for piping layout
 Checking and testing procedure on piping/tubes, hoses and fittings
 Piping lay-out procedure at the front, underneath and rear of the vehicle
 Safety rules in installing piping/hoses and safety features kit

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Screwdriver  LPG fuel tank  Philippine National
 LPG  Hand drill  Fuel piping Standards (PNS 115)
conversion kit  Pliers lines and fittings  Manufacturer
 Battery load  Wrenches  Solenoid valve specification manual
tester  Steel brush  Safety valve  Maintenance
 Compression  Emergency procedure manual
tester shut-off valve  Periodic maintenance
 Timing light  Gloves manual
 Hydraulic lifter  Fender cover  Service manual
 Air compressor  Rags  Parts Checklist
 Apron  LPG Conversion Kit
 Hand cleaner Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : TEST AND ADJUST LPG CALIBRATION

MODULE TITLE : TESTING AND ADJUSTING LPG CALIBRATION

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitude
required to test and adjusts Auto LPG calibration to include
electrical system, ignition and starting, vaporizer or mixer.

NOMINAL DURATION : 30 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Test electrical connections


LO2. Adjust ignition system
LO3. Adjust /tune-up vaporizer
LO4. Check/test LPG fuel system

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LO1. TEST ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Information is accessed and interpreted from appropriate manufacturer


specifications.
2. Tests are completed without causing damage to workplace property or vehicle.
3. Tests are carried out to determine faults using appropriate tools and techniques.
4. Faults are identified and preferred repair action is determined in accordance with
workplace procedure.

CONTENTS:

 Interpretation of electrical connections


 Types of tools and testing instrument
 Electrical connection testing procedures and techniques
 Identification of fault
 Remedies and action on fault identified

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Supplies / Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Screwdriver  Carburetor/EFI & SGI  Philippine National
 Multitester  Pliers system Standards (PNS
 Timing light  Wrenches  LPG fuel tank 115)
 Hydraulic  Feeler  Solenoid valve  Manufacturer
jack gauge  Safety valve specification
 Hydraulic  Emergency shut-off manual
lifter valve  Maintenance
 Ignition system procedure manual
components  Periodic
(sparkplug, contact maintenance
points, rotor, manual
distributor cap, ignition  Service manual
switch and high  Parts Checklist
tension cables  LPG Conversion
Kit Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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LO2. ADJUST IGNITION SYSTEM

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Ignition system components are cleaned in accordance with job requirement


2. Engine is started as per standard operating procedures.
3. Ignition system is checked/ tested in accordance with workplace procedure.
4. Ignition timing is adjusted based on engine performance.
5. Ignition system/ components are repaired without causing damage to any other
vehicle parts.

CONTENTS:

 Procedure in cleaning ignition system components


 Operating procedures in starting an engine
 Procedure in checking and testing ignition system.
 Technique in adjusting ignition timing
 Procedures in repairing ignition system/ components

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Supplies / Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Screwdriver  Ignition system  Philippine National
 Multitester  Pliers components Standards (PNS
 Timing light  Wrenches (sparkplug, contact 115)
 Hydraulic  Feeler points, rotor, distributor  Manufacturer
jack gauge cap, ignition switch and specification
 Hydraulic high tension cables manual
lifter  Maintenance
procedure manual
 Periodic
maintenance
manual
 Service manual
 Parts Checklist
 LPG Conversion
Kit Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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LO3. ADJUST / TUNE-UP VAPORIZER

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Tests are carried out to tune the vaporizer or mixer using appropriate tools and
techniques.
2. Information is accessed and interpreted from appropriate manufacturer
specifications.
3. Tests are completed without causing damage to any workplace property or
vehicle.

CONTENTS:

 Procedures and techniques in testing and tuning-out of vaporizer or mixer


 Types and classification of vaporizer system
 Interpretation of manufacturer’s specifications
 Occupational health and safety
 Principles and concept in testing vaporizer or mixer
 Work, organization and planning processes
 Company workshop quality processes

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Supplies / Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Screwdriver  Fuel filter and air  Philippine National
 Multitester  Pliers cleaner Standards (PNS
 Timing light  Wrenches  Carburetor/EFI & SGI 115)
 Hydraulic  Feeler system  Manufacturer
jack gauge  Fuel piping lines and specification
 Hydraulic fittings manual
lifter  LPG fuel tank  Maintenance
 Solenoid valve procedure manual
 Safety valve  Periodic
 Emergency shut-off maintenance
valve manual
 Ignition system  Service manual
components  Parts Checklist
(sparkplug, contact  LPG Conversion
points, rotor, distributor Kit Manual
cap, ignition switch and
high tension cables

METHODOLOGIES:
 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:
 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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LO4. CHECK / TEST LPG FUEL SYSTEM

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. LPG fuel system components are checked according to the manual.


2. Fuel piping lines are checked and tested for leaks based on workplace
procedure.
3. LPG fuel tank is checked in accordance with occupational health and safety
procedures.

CONTENTS:

 Procedures and techniques in checking/testing LPG fuel system


 Procedures and techniques in checking and testing leaks
 Procedures in checking LPG tanks
 Work, organization and planning processes
 Company workshop quality processes
 Occupational health and safety procedure

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Supplies / Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Screwdriver  Fuel filter and air  Philippine National
 Multitester  Pliers cleaner Standards (PNS
 Timing light  Wrenches  Carburetor/EFI & SGI 115)
 Hydraulic  Feeler system  Manufacturer
jack gauge  Fuel piping lines and specification
 Hydraulic fittings manual
lifter  LPG fuel tank  Maintenance
 Solenoid valve procedure manual
 Safety valve  Periodic
 Emergency shut-off maintenance
valve manual
 Service manual
 Parts Checklist
 LPG Conversion
Kit Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : SERVICE AUTO LPG SYSTEM

MODULE TITLE : SERVICING AUTO LPG SYSTEM

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitude
required to service Auto LPG system.

NOMINAL DURATION : 30 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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

LO1. Service electrical system


LO2. Service ignition components
LO3. Service vaporizer/mixer
LO4. Service LPG fuel system

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LO1. SERVICE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Servicing of electrical system such as starting/ ignition system and its component
is performed as per manufacturer’s manual using specified tools and equipment.
2. Servicing are completed without causing damage to workplace property or
vehicle

CONTENTS:

 Types of Ignition System, Carburetor, SGI and EFI


 Steps and procedures in servicing electrical system
 Automotive electrical system and its component
 Use of common automotive tools and equipment
 Company workshop quality processes

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Supplies / Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand drill  Carburetor/EFI & SGI  Philippine National
 Multitester  Screwdriver system Standards (PNS
 Timing light  Pliers  Solenoid valve 115)
 Hydraulic  Wrenches  Safety valve  Manufacturer
jack  Feeler  Emergency shut-off specification
 Hydraulic gauge valve manual
lifter  Ignition system  Maintenance
components procedure manual
(sparkplug, contact  Periodic
points, rotor, maintenance
distributor cap, ignition manual
switch and high  Service manual
tension cables  Parts Checklist
 LPG Conversion
Kit Manual

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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LO2. SERVICE IGNITION COMPONENTS

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Servicing of spark plug, contact points, rotor, distributor cap, and ignition switch is
performed as per manufacturer’s specifications/procedures.
2. Engine is started as per standard operating procedure.
3. Servicing of ignition coil resistance is performed based on engine performance.
4. Servicing of ignition timing is performed in accordance with workplace procedure.
5. Ignition system/components are repaired without causing damage to other
vehicle parts.

CONTENTS:

 Parts and functions of ignition system and its components


 Servicing of spark plug, contact points, rotor, distributor cap, and ignition switch
Engine specifications
 Occupational health and safety
 Technique in servicing ignition timing
 Procedure in repairing ignition system/components
 Company workshop quality processes (5S)

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Supplies / Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand drill  Ignition system  Philippine National
 Multitester  Screwdriver components Standards (PNS
 Timing light  Pliers (sparkplug, contact 115)
 Hydraulic  Wrenches points, rotor,  Manufacturer
jack  Feeler distributor cap, ignition specification
 Hydraulic gauge switch and high manual
lifter tension cables  Maintenance
procedure manual
 Periodic
maintenance
manual
 Service manual
 Parts Checklist
 LPG Conversion
Kit Manual

METHODOLOGIES:
 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:
 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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LO3. SERVICE VAPORIZER / MIXER

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Servicing is carried out to tune the vaporizer or mixer using appropriate tools and
techniques.
2. Information is accessed and interpreted from appropriate manufacturer
specifications.
3. Servicing is completed without causing damage to workplace property or vehicle.

CONTENTS:

 Procedures and techniques in servicing vaporizer or mixer


 Interpretation of manufacturer’s specifications
 Occupational health and safety
 Principles and concept in servicing vaporizer or mixer
 Company workshop quality processes

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Supplies / Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand drill  Fuel filter and air  Philippine National
 Multitester  Screwdriver cleaner Standards (PNS
 Timing light  Pliers  Carburetor/EFI & SGI 115)
 Hydraulic  Wrenches system  Manufacturer
jack  Feeler  Fuel piping lines and specification
 Hydraulic gauge fittings manual
lifter  LPG fuel tank  Maintenance
 Solenoid valve procedure manual
 Safety valve  Periodic
 Emergency shut-off maintenance
valve manual
 Ignition system  Service manual
components  Parts Checklist
(sparkplug, contact  LPG Conversion
points, rotor, Kit Manual
distributor cap, ignition
switch and high
tension cables

METHODOLOGIES:

 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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LO4. SERVICE LPG FUEL SYSTEM

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. LPG fuel system components are serviced according to manual and


specifications.
2. Fuel filter is replaced according to manufacturer’s instructions, as needed.
3. Servicing is completed without causing damage to any workplace property or
vehicle.

CONTENTS:

 Principles and concept in servicing LPG fuel system


 Procedures and techniques in servicing LPG fuel system
 Interpretation of manufacturer’s specifications
 Occupational health and safety procedures
 Company workshop quality processes
 Steps in replacing fuel filter
 LPG-fuel conversion kit, accessories installation and safety precautions
 Multi-Valve, vaporizer, tank and change-over switch parts and nomenclature
 Installation procedure for valves, vaporizer change over switch, piping and safety
gadgets

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Tools Supplies / Materials Manuals


 Vehicle  Hand drill  Carburetor/EFI & SGI  Philippine National
 Multitester  Screwdriver system Standards (PNS
 Timing light  Pliers  Fuel piping lines and 115)
 Hydraulic  Wrenches fittings  Manufacturer
jack  Feeler  LPG fuel tank specification
 Hydraulic gauge  Solenoid valve manual
lifter  Safety valve  Maintenance
 Emergency shut-off procedure manual
valve  Periodic
maintenance
manual
 Service manual
 Parts Checklist
 LPG Conversion
Kit Manual

METHODOLOGIES:
 Lecture/discussion
 Demonstration
 Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS:
 Interview
 Written examination
 Practical demonstration
 Direct observation

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What is Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC)

 A competency-based curriculum is a framework or guide for the


subsequent detailed development of competencies, associated
methodologies, training and assessment resources.

 The CBC specifies the outcomes which are consistent with the
requirements of the workplace as agreed through the industry or
community consultations.

 CBC can be developed immediately when competency standards


exist.

 When competency standards do not exist, curriculum developers


need to clearly define the learning outcomes to be attained. The
standard of performance required must be appropriate to industry
and occupational needs through the industry/enterprise or
specified client group consultations.

These materials are available in both printed and electronic copies.

For more information please contact:


Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)
Telephone Nos.: 893-8281, 817-4076 to 82 loc. 611, 630, 631 and 635
or visit our website: www.tesda.gov.ph or the TESDA Regional or Provincial
Office nearest you.