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  • 1. TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY Join me on linked in or slid share to get the information if you want to commence technical vocational education (TVET). Berhanu Tadesse Thanks!!!
  • 2. COMPETENCY-BASED CURRICULUM (CBC) During the request of the commencement of the TVET most of the private owners of the institute missed the vital thing which is necessary for their intention.
  • 3. supported by proclamation all private institution should supported by the government all level of bureau and offices. Starting from the information what they need to get and other benefit which is important for broadening the TVET availability to the entire society.
  • 4. If they want to commence new TVET institution they should assume the project level as macro project level than micro this one is the first information which they should have to fulfilled according to the financial need of the
  • 5. UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PRACTICE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROCEDURES ELEMENT 1. Identify hazards and risks 2. Evaluate hazards and risks 3. Control hazards and risk 4. Maintain OHS awareness Practicing occupational health and safety procedures MODULE TITLE :
  • 6. UNIT OF COMPETENCY : Perform Computer Operation ELEMENT 1. Plan and prepare for task to be undertaken 2. Input data into computer 3. Access information using computer 4. Produce/output data using computer system 5. Maintain computer equipment and systems MODULE TITLE : Maintaining computer equipment and system MODULE TITLE : Managing computer data
  • 7. Develop a brief description of the module its scope, coverage and delimitation MODULE DESCRIPTOR MODULE DESCRIPTOR A module is a learning segment with a specified educational or training purpose. The statement briefly describes the overall intentions of the module with emphasis on learning outcome. Each module is linked to units of competency in the standards.You need to look at those units and make sure you have a clear picture of what the learner should be able to do after completing the module STAGE MODULE INFORMATION Clarify the intent of the module and outline what is to be done in the workplace
  • 8. MODULE DESCRIPTOR This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to comply with regulatory and organizational requirements for occupational health and safety.
  • 9. STAGE MODULE INFORMATION SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOME LEARNING OUTCOME Formulate/Prepare list of all the learning outcomes under each unit (summary of learning outcomes) Learning outcome must describe a discrete element the learner should learn, acquire and be able to do/apply in the workplace Review and revise when necessary Learning outcomes are the intended results of learning. You must write them in terms of what the learners will learn, acquire and apply, keeping the statement clear and concise. To write the learning outcomes, carefully examine the unit(s) of competency to ensure that the learners needs/requirements are addressed.  an action verb  an object for the activity involved Each learning outcome is described separately, beginning with a verb. Learning outcomes need to have
  • 10. SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES : Upon completion of this module, the trainee/student must be able to: LO 1. Identify hazards and risks LO 2. Evaluate hazards and risks LO 3. Control hazards and risks LO 4. Maintain occupational health and safety awareness
  • 11. NOMINAL DURATION Allocate estimated no. of hours (duration) to accomplish each of the learning outcomes under a particular unit. Add all the learning outcomes’ duration and place sub total under a particular unit Review and revise the duration when necessary NOMINAL DURATION In determining the average suggested number of hours, you will need to judge the amount of learning or training the student will require to achieve the module outcomes STAGE MODULE INFORMATION
  • 12. LEARNING OUTCOMES Estimated number of hour LO 1. Identify hazards and risks 2 LO 2. Evaluate hazards and risks 4 LO 3. Control hazards and risks 6 LO 4. Maintain occupational health and safety awareness 6 Total 18 In order to come up with estimated number of hours in a particular module, determine how much time a learner needs to acquire a higher level of mastery in every learning outcome.
  • 13. STAGE MODULE INFORMATION LEVEL OF CERTIFICATION Identify certification level based on the prescribed level in the PTQF See certification levels on competency standards. e.g. NC I, NC II, NC III and NC IV. LEVEL OF CERTIFICATION PRE-REQUISITE Identify the pre-requisite of a particular module (if necessary) Pre-requisites are those modules or competencies which learners must have successfully completed or achieved before commencing on the next module. PRE-REQUISITE
  • 14. STAGE MODULE INFORMATION ASSESSMENT CRITERIA List all the assessment criteria under each learning outcome Assessment criteria must specify the performance outcomes (knowledge, skills and attitudes) the learner will be able to demonstrate at the conclusion of the learning outcome. Review and revise when necessary ASSESSMENT CRITERIA Assessment criteria are used to guide the judgement of whether or not a learner has achieved a learning outcome. For each learning outcome, list the criteria you would use to judge whether the learner has achieved the learning outcome. NOTE: Make sure you do not end up with a list or content statements.
  • 15. LO 1. IDENTIFY HAZARDS AND RISKS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA : 1. Workplace hazards and risks are identified and clearly explained. 2. Hazards/Risks and its corresponding indicators are identified in line with workplace procedures. 3. Contingency measures are recognized and established in accordance with organizational procedures. Assessment criteria must be observable and measurable within the level of performance
  • 16. STAGE MODULE INFORMATION CONTENTS Specific knowledge, skills and attitudes that are to be addressed in the learning outcomes. Evidence of knowledge of legislation, regulation and codes of practices Contextual learning of Generic skills (communication, mathematics, sciences) and industry specific skills List the specific knowledge essential to the performance of work activities This section identifies the broad areas of content, underpinning knowledge or contextual learning likely to help achieve the learning outcomes. CONTENTS Only content which directly relates to the learning outcomes should be added. However, you can not assume that knowledge or topics identified in this section will form part of the assessment processes of the module unless they are included in the learning outcome assessment criteria.
  • 17. CONTENTS :  Hazards and risks identification control  Organizational safety and health protocol  Threshold Limit Value (TLV)  Occupational Health and Safety Indicators
  • 18. STAGE MODULE INFORMATION CONDITION CONDITION Refer to the competency standard of the particular occupational title under the heading tools, equipment and materials. Provide details about resources for the delivery of the module. List the facilities, equipment, tools, supplies and materials essential to the delivery of the module Specify the conditions under which the learning and assessment will take place. These can include a list of tools and equipment, access to learning resources and equipment manual and the type of facility. Recommend any useful learning resources, after checking that these are current, relevant and available.
  • 19. CONDITIONS The students/trainees must be provided with the following: • Personal protective equipment • Learning guides • CD’s, VHS tapes • Hand-outs • Organizational safety and health protocol • OHS Indicators • Threshold Limit Value • Hazards/risks identification and control
  • 20. STAGE MODULE INFORMATION METHODOLOGY Specify the method of the delivery system to be use. • Self pace/Modular • Group Discussion • Video Viewing • Tutorial Different approaches, methods and techniques that a learning process will be delivered METHODOLOGY
  • 21. METHODOLOGY : Group discussionGroup discussion Film viewingFilm viewing Case studyCase study Self-paced learningSelf-paced learning Lecture/discussionLecture/discussion DemonstrationDemonstration
  • 22. STAGE MODULE INFORMATION ASSESSMENT METHOD ASSESSMENT METHOD Specify the method of assessing the learning outcome. Identify whether the assessment will be: Having identified the evidences needed to assess the learning outcomes you now need to look at assessment methods to support the collection of the evidences.  Observation Specify where the assessment will take place  Computer or paper based  Oral/interview  Practical demonstration Where possible, you are encouraged to use holistic approach. A holistic approach to competency assessment is one in which competence is seen as the ability to draw in and integrate a variety of knowledge, skills and attitudes.
  • 23. MODULES OF INSTRUCTION/TRAININGMODULES OF INSTRUCTION/TRAINING UNIT TITLE: A unit of competency which when applied in a work situation can logically stand alone. It indicates a title and express in outcome terms. MODULE TITLE: •Briefly describe the title of the module LEVEL: Level of Qualification based on PTQF (NC 1, NC 2, NC 3, NC 4) NOMINAL DURATION: Estimated /suggested number of hours per module LEARNING OUTCOMES : •Specify what the Learner will be able to do or achieve •Brief description of the module its scope and delimitation MODULE DESCRIPTOR:
  • 24. MODULES OF INSTRUCTION/TRAININGMODULES OF INSTRUCTION/TRAINING ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: •Listings of criteria by which the achievement of the learning outcomes will be judged •Specify the performance outcomes the learner will be expected to demonstrate at the conclusion of the learning outcome •These will assess the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitudes, reflecting the performance criteria as outlined in the relevant industry or competency standards •Outlines the situations and contexts under which learners will be assessed •Specify the conditions under which the learning and assessment will take place •These can include a list of tools and equipment, access to learning resources and equipment manuals, and types of facility CONDITIONS:
  • 25. •Specify the method of assessing the learning outcome •The methods used to gather evidence of sufficient quantity and quality on which to make sound judgement about a candidate’s competency •Assessment methods include observation, simulation, questioning, presentation, written assessment, etc. ASSESSMENT METHOD List down the specific underpinning knowledge, skills, attitudes & safety that are to be addressed within this learning outcome. CONTENT MODULES OF INSTRUCTION/TRAININGMODULES OF INSTRUCTION/TRAINING METHODOLOGY Different approaches, methods and techniques that a learning process will be delivered
  • 26. Module of Instruction SECTOR AUTOMOTIVE UNIT OF COMPETENCY REPAIR CHARGING AND STARTING SYSTEM MODULE TITLE REPAIRING CHARGING SYSTEM MODULE DESCRIPTION This module covers testing/identifying faults and servicing charging system components. NOMINAL DURATION 40 Hours CERTIFICATE LEVEL NC II PREREQUISITE SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon completion of this module, the trainee/student must be able to: 1 Test charging system components and identify faults 2 Disassemble alternator 3 Repair/replace and assemble alternator component/parts
  • 27. LO 1 TEST CHARGING SYSTEM COMPONENT AND IDENTIFY FAULTS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1 Charging system component parts identify 2 Faults identified and preferred repair action determined 3 Test carried out according to industry standard procedure. CONTENT 1 Procedure in disconnecting different wire terminal 2 Safety measures is observed 3 Test carried out 4 Identify faults and parts 5 Repair parts CONDITIONS Students/trainees must be provided with the following: 1 Engine 2. Ignition switch 3. Alternator 4. Basic automotive hand tools 5. Voltage regulator 6. Multi-tester 7. Ammeter 8. Service manual 9. Fuse box 10.Battery METHODOLOGIES 1 Demonstration 2 Self-pace 3 Group discussion ASSESSMENT METHOD 1 Interview 2 Written 3 Practical 4 Direct Observation
  • 28. LO 2 TEST CHARGING SYSTEM COMPONENT AND IDENTIFY FAULTS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Alternator parts and function identified and explain 2. Alternator disassembled according to service manual 3. Alternator parts tested and defective parts determined. CONTENT 1. Procedure in disassemble of alternator 2. Safety measured observe. 3. Identified parts and function. 4. Disassembled alternator 5. Determine parts CONDITIONS Students/trainees must be provided with the following: 1. Multi-meter 2. Tape 3. Pliers 4. Gloves 5. Screw driver 6. Socket wrench 7. Test lamp 8. Box & Open end wrench 9. Crimer METHODOLOGIES 1. Demonstration 2. Self-pace 3. Discussion 4. Distance learning ASSESSMENT METHOD 1. Interview 2. Written 3. Practical 4. Direct Observation
  • 29. LO 3 TEST CHARGING SYSTEM COMPONENT AND IDENTIFY FAULTS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Defective parts required/replaced per service manual 2. Alternator assembled in conformity w/ manufacturer specification. 3. Alternator bench tested for functionality per service manual CONTENT 1. Procedure in repair/replace and assemble of alternator 2. Safety measures are observed. 3. Replace parts 4. Assemble alternator 5. Test alternator CONDITIONS Students/trainees must be provided with the following: 1. Multi-tester 2. Pliers 3. Screw driver 4. Box & open end wrench 5. Tape 6. Hand gloves METHODOLOGIES 1.Traditional/lecture type 2. Dual training 3. Self-pace 4. Community based 5. Distance gloves ASSESSMENT METHOD 1. Interview 2. Written 3. Practical 4. Direct Observation
  • 30. State the expected outcomes of the course based from the modules of instruction developed. Include in the list of outcomes the general workplace and key competencies required for the possible jobs the students may have after training. The course title can be the name arising out of the competency analysis. It should convey a clear message of what it is all about. Approximate length of course in hours or years Refer to competency standard The course description will include the relevance of the proposed course to industry, enterprise or community needs and competencies that the student may have after completion. List down the unit of competency from CS COURSE DESIGN Course Title: Course Duration : Qualification Level: Unit of Competency : Course Description: Course Outcomes:
  • 31. Specify essential entry requirements. Any particular qualification such as age or size should be specified. Provide the sequencing of modules/subjects. Provide a nominal time for each module/subject. Describe the assessment approach and how it relate to outcomes and how will the performance of the learners be judged. Identify any delivery modes essential to the course. Identify support mechanisms and links with industry for effectiveness of course delivery. List the required facilities, tools, equipment and materials for course delivery. Identify minimum essential qualification, experience and competencies of instructors and assessors Special qualification of instructors, if there is, should be specified. Entry Requirements: Course Structure Competency Analysis Assessment Method Course Delivery Resources Qualification of Instructors This table reflects the number of modules develop in a particular unit of competency Unit of competency Number of module Total Competency 1 1 1 Competency 2 1 1 Competency 3 2 2
  • 32. COURSE DESIGN COURSE TITLE : AUTOMOTIVE SERVICING NC II NOMINAL DURATION : 360 Hours COURSE DESCRIPTION :This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, desirable attitudes and skills of automotive service technician in accordance with industry standards. It covers specialized competencies such as; test and service automotive batteries, service ignition system ,install and repair wiring/lighting system, repair wiper and washers, dismantle and assemble engine –sub assemblies, maintain under chassis components and perform shop maintenance. It also includes competencies in workplace communication, team work, safety, use of hand tools, and house keeping. COURSE OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the course, the trainees/students must be able to: •Perform diesel engine tune up. •Perform gas engine tune up •Service automotive battery •Test and repair wiring/lighting system. •Service ignition system •Perform under chassis preventive maintenance. •Service charging system •Service starting system •Service engine mechanical system ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: Candidate /trainee must posses the following qualifications; must be • Able to communicate both oral and written • 18 years old and above • Good moral character
  • 33. COURSE STRUCTURE Units of Competency Module Title Module Contents No. of Hrs. BASIC A.Communication 8 1. Receive and respond to workplace communication 1. Receiving and responding to workplace communication 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6 1.1.7 1.1.8 1.1.9 Parts of speech Parts of sentence Kinds of sentences Organizational policies and guidelines. Practices in handling communication Receiving and clarifying communication, messages and information's. Recording message and information. Communication process. B. TEAM WORK 8 2. Work with others 2. working with others 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.1.5 2.1.6 2.1.7 2.1.8 2.1.9 Job description and employment management. Organizational policy. Team structure Supervision and accountability requirements. Code of conduct Assisting a colleague. Open communication channel. Acknowledging satisfactory /unsatisfactory performance. Formal/informal performance appraisal.
  • 34. Units of Competency Module Title Module Contents No. of Hrs. Work with others 2.1.10 2.1.11 2.1.12 2.1.13 2.1.14 2.1.15 Obtaining feedback from superiors & colleagues. Personal reflective behavior strategies. Routine organizational method for monitoring service delivery. Ethical standards Undertaking extra task if necessary Legal organizational policy/guidelines 8 COMMON 1.Perform mensuration and calculation 1.1 Performing mensuration and calculation 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 Mensuration techniques. electing measuring instruments. Maintaining measuring instruments. 4 2. Move and position vehicle 2.1 Moving and positioning vehicle 2.1.1 2.1.2 Techniques in positioning vehicle in the workshop. Safety in positioning vehicle in the workshop. 2 3. Apply appropriate sealant and adhesive 3.1 Applying appropriate sealant and adhesive 3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 Techniques in identifying sealants and adhesive. Selecting sealant and adhesive suited for the job. Techniques in applying sealants and adhesive. 2 4. Use and apply lubricant / coolant 4.1 Selecting and applying lubricant /coolant 4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.3 4.1.4 Techniques in selecting lubricant Proper use of coolant Techniques in applying lubricant and coolants Safety in applying coolant and lubricant. 2 5. Perform safety practices 5.1 Performing safety practices 5.1.1 5.1.2 5.1.3 Identifying hazards in the workplace Techniques/procedure in eliminating hazards in the workplace Procedure in maintaining safety equipment and devices. 6
  • 35. Units of Competency Module Title Module Contents No.of Hrs. CORE 1.Test, service and replace battery 1.1 Testing and servicing automotive battery 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6 1.1.7 1.1.8 1.1.9 1.1.10 1.1.11 1.1.12 1.1.13 1.1.14 1.1.15 1.1.16 Components of battery Types of battery Classification of battery Charging and discharging process Procedure in testing automotive battery. Methods of battery testing. Tools and instrument used in automotive battery Procedure removing and servicing batteries Safety precaution in handling batteries Servicing procedure on batteries Charging batteries Repair/clean/replace connectors Procedure in charging battery Topping/filling electrolyte /distilled water. Procedure in jump starting. Materials in jump starting vehicle 40 2.Service ignition system 2.1 Servicing ignition system 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.1.5 2.1.6 2.1.7 2.1.8 Procedure in checking ignition system Procedure on spark test Safety precautions Procedure in checking ballast resistor Procedure in adjusting contact point clearance Procedure in performing ignition wiring installation Ignition wiring diagram Procedures in setting the ignition timing. 80
  • 36. Units of Competency Module Title Module Contents No. of Hrs. 3. Install, Test and Repair wiring/lighting system 3.1 Installing automotive lighting system 3.2 Testing , Repairing electrical system 3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 3.2.1 3.2.2 Wiring/electrical diagrams Procedures in preparing wiring harness. Procedure in installing wiring/ Lighting system Procedure in testing electrical system Repair procedure on electrical system 40 4. Repair wiper and washer system 4.1 Repairing wiper and washer system 4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.3 Types of wiper motor Wiring system of wiper and washer system. Procedure in repairing wiper and washer system. 16 5. Disassemble Engine sub-assemblies/Cylinder head and evaluate components 5.1 Dismantling/evaluating engine sub-assembly/cylinder head 5.1.1 5.1.2 5.1.3 5.1.4 Procedure in dismantling engine sub- assemblies/Cylinder head Possible engine parts defects Engine parts repair procedures Use of service manuals 56 6. Assemble/ engine cylinder head, check tolerances and carry out relevant testing procedures 6.1 Assembling engine cylinder head, checking tolerances and carry out relevant testing procedures 6.1.1 6.1.2 6.1.3 6.1.4 6.1.5 6.1.6 6.1.7 6.1.8 Engine specifications Measuring engine parts Engine parts wear limits Use of repair manuals Procedures in fitting of parts Procedures in assembling engine cylinder head Test procedures for all engine parts Use service manuals. 48 7. Perform under chassis preventive maintenance 7.1 Performing under chassis preventive maintenance 7.1.1 7.1.2 7.1.3 Procedure in checking brake fluids and lines Correct level of brake fluids Parts to be checked /inspected in servicing clutch and brake 16
  • 37. COMPETENCY ANALYSIS This table present the number of modules developed in a particular unit of competency Units of Competency Number of Modules Total BASIC 1 1. Receive and Respond to workplace communication 1.1 2. Work with Others 2.1 1 2 COMMON 1. Perform mensuration and calculation 1.1 1 2. Move and position vehicles 2.1 1 3. Apply appropriate sealants/ adhesive 3.1 1 4. Use and apply lubricants/coolants 4.1 1 5. Perform safety practices 5.1 1 5 CORE 1. Test , service and Replace battery 1.1 1   2. Service ignition system 2.1 1   3. Install, Test and Repair wiring/ lighting system 3.1 3.2 2   4. Repair wiper and washer system 4.1 1   5. Disassemble engine sub-assemblies/Cylinder Head and evaluate Components 5.1 1   6. Assemble Engine cylinder Head , check tolerances and carry out relevant testing 6.1 1   7. Perform under chassis preventive maintenance 7.1 1   8. Perform shop maintenance 8.1 1 9 TOTAL 16
  • 38. ASSESSMENT METHOD: 1. Written examination 2. Demonstration of practical skills 3. Direct observation 4. Interview COURSE DELIVERY: 1. Modular 2. Demonstration 3. Lecture 4. Discussion 5. Dual training 6. Distance learning RESOURCES: 1. Equipment • Vehicle • Engine • Hydraulic jack/lift • Growler tester • Ignition timing light • Tachometer 2. Tools /accessories/supplies • Set of box wrench • Set of socket wrench • Set Pliers • Set of screw driver • Wire strippers • Set of mechanic hammer • Apron/ goggles/ Gloves • Engine oils • Grease • Sealant /adhesive • Hydraulic oils/gear oil • Wheel wedges • Torque wrench • Feeler gauge • Automatic transmission fluid 3. Testing instruments • Multi-meter • Test lamp • Battery tester • Hydrometer • Cell test • Dial gauge • Bore gauge • Micrometer caliper 4. Training materials • Reference books • Manuals • Catalogs • Brochures • Modules/LEs • CDs/Video tapes
  • 39. TRAINERS’ QUALIFICATION (TQ II) • Must be a holder of Automotive Servicing NC II • Must have undergone training on Training Methodology II (TM II) • Must be computer literate • Must be physically and mentally fit • * 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) * Optional ; Only when required by hiring institution