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COMPETENCY-BASED CURRICULUM








Sector:
METALS AND ENGINEERING

Qualification:

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) NC I



Technical Education and Skills Development Authority

East Service Road, South Superhighway, Taguig City, Metro Manila



TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
A. Course Design 1-5
B. Modules of Instruction 6-79


  • Basic Competencies 6

    • Receiving and responding to workplace communication 7-10

    • Working with others 11-13

    • Demonstrating work values 14-17

    • Practicing housekeeping procedures 18-20



  • COMMON COMPETENCIES 21

    • Applying safety practices 22-27

    • Interpreting drawing and sketches 28-31

    • Performing industry calculation 32-36

    • Contributing to quality system 37-40

    • Using handtools 41-44

    • Preparing weld materials 45-50

    • Setting-up welding equipment 51-54

    • Fitting-up materials 55-57

    • Repairing weld 58-62



  • CORE COMPETENCIES 63

    • Performing fillet welding on carbon steel plate 64-72

    • Performing groove welding on carbon steel plate 73-79


COURSE DESIGN



COURSE TITLE : SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING (SMAW) NC I

NOMINAL DURATION : 268 hours


COURSE DESCRIPTION :
This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, desirable attitudes and skills of a WELDER in accordance with industry standards. It covers core competencies such as; weld carbon steel plates using SMAW. This includes common competencies; apply safety practices, interpret drawing and sketches, perform industry calculations, contribute to quality system, use hand tools, prepare weld materials, setup welding equipment, fit up weld materials and repair welds. It also includes competencies such as, receive and respond to workplace communication, work with others, demonstrate work values and practice basic housekeeping procedure.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS :
Candidate/trainee must posses any of the following qualifications;


  • can communicate either oral and written

  • physically and mentally fit

  • with good moral character

  • can perform basic mathematical computation


COURSE STRUCTURE:

BASIC COMPETENCIES


(28 hours)


UNIT OF COMPETENCY

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LEARNING OUTCOMES

NOMINAL DURATION

  1. Receive and respond to workplace communication

    1. Receiving and responding to workplace communication

      1. Explain routinary speaking and messages in a workplace.

      2. Follow routinary speaking and message

      3. Perform work duties following written notices.

8 hours

  1. Work with others

2.1 Working with others

      1. Develop effective workplace relationship.

      2. Contribute to work group activities.

4 hours

3. Demonstrate work values


3.1 Demonstrating work values

      1. Apply work values/ethics

      2. Deal with ethical problems

      3. Maintain integrity of conduct in the workplace

10 hours

4. Practice housekeeping procedures


4.1 Practicing housekeeping procedures

      1. Maintain work areas, tools and equipment

      2. Follow standardize work process and procedures

6 hours



COMMON COMPETENCIES


(56 hours)


UNIT OF COMPETENCY

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LEARNING OUTCOMES

NOMINAL DURATION

  1. Apply safety

practices



1.1 Applying safety practices
      1. Identify hazardous area

1.1.2 Use personal protective clothing and devices


1.1.3 Perform safe handling of tools, equipment and materials

1.1.4 Perform first aid

1.1.5 Use fire extinguisher


8 hours


  1. Interpret drawing and sketches

2.1 Interpreting drawing and sketches


2.1.1 Identify standard alphabet of lines

2.1.2 Identify orthographic/ isometric views

2.1.3 Interpret standard drawing symbols, dimensional tolerances and notations


8 hours


  1. Perform industry calculation

3.1 Performing industry calculation

3.1.1 Perform four fundamental operations.

3.1.2 Perform conversion of units

3.1.3 Perform calculations on algebraic expressions

3.1.4 Compute percentage and ratio



8 hours


  1. Contribute to quality system

4.1 Contributing to quality system


4.1.1 Inspect work done.

4.1.2 Apply quality standards to work

4.1.3 Protect company property and customer interests


4 hours


  1. Use handtools

5.1 Using handtools

5.1.1 Select hand tools

5.1.2 Use hand tools


5.1.3 Maintain hand tools


4 hours

  1. Prepare weld materials

6.1 Preparing weld materials


6.1.1 Set up cutting equipment

6.1.2 Cut and prepare edge of materials

6.1.3 Clean surfaces and edges

6.1.4 Prepare welding consumables

6.1.5 Prepare welding safety and protective equipment


8 hours


7. set-up welding equipment

7.1 setting-up welding equipment

7.1.1 Set up welding machine

7.1.2 Set up welding accessories

7.1.3 Set up welding positioners, jigs and fixtures


4 hours


8. Fit-up materials


8.1 Fitting up materials

8.1.1 Perform tack welding

8.1.2 Check gap and alignment



4 hours


9. Repair weld


9.1 Repairing weld

9.1.1 Mark/locate weld defects

9.1.2 Prepare tools and equipment

9.1.3 Remove defects

9.1.4 Perform re-welding



8 hours

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