These methods will be used in different ways by different specialties and not all specialties will use all methods. Please refer to the relevant curriculum for details. There should be a minimum of 5 cases for an ACAT assessment. SLEs may be linked to curriculum competencies in the ePortfolio as evidence of engagement with, and exploration of, the curriculum.
This Qualification is for any individual who is, or wishes to be, involved in an autotronics environment. The Qualification contains all the skills, knowledge, values and attitudes required by a learner who needs mainly to be able to perform a range of activities and thereby meet the challenges within a specific autotronics environment.
An individual acquiring this Qualification will be able to contribute towards the efficient operation of a number of processes within this sector and at this level as described in the Core component of the qualification.
The Core component covers the following competencies: Diagnosing, testing and repairing conventional automobile charging systems. Diagnosing, testing and repairing conventional automobile starting systems. Servicing and repairing conventional ignition systems.
Constructing and testing basic electronic circuits. Tracing and repairing auto electrical circuit faults. Operating and monitoring a lathe.
Appling safety, health and environment protection procedures in a process plant. These competencies will enable the learner to work in different industries within the diverse autotronics sector. The Qualification ensures progression of learning, enabling the learner to perform optimally within the autotronics field of learning and providing access to learning at a higher level within the same or a related sector.
This is the second Qualification in a series of four autotronics qualifications that range from NQF Levels 2 to 5. Typical learners will be persons who are currently working in an autotronics environment, who have not received any formal recognition for their skills and knowledge or for anyone wishing to follow a career in an autotronics working environment, in a variety of contexts.
The automobile is subject to ever increasing technological advances.
These advances are continuously being incorporated into the electrical systems of automobiles. They represent the integration of mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electronic and electrical systems and are managed by microelectronic control known as Computer Integrated Auto Management CIAM Systems.
Consequently, the auto-electrical skills required to maintain such automobiles are changing to incorporate more electronic skills. The field of autotronics deals with the installation, diagnosis and repair of CIAM systems.
People working in the field of autotronics require specialised technical skills and knowledge and well as highly developed analytical skills to enable them to install, diagnose and repair CIAM systems.
This series will reflect the skills, knowledge and understanding required to perform effectively in industry, whether in micro, small, medium or large enterprises. This qualification forms the basis for further learning in the field of autotronics.
The autotronics sector falls within the ambit of South Africa's large motor industry. There are huge motor assembly plants in several parts of the country, primarily in the Eastern Cape, Gauteng and Kwa Zulu Natal provinces.Summative Assessment The MSAA assessment will fulfill the testing requirements of federal and state education laws.
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a) Strategies for adding and subtracting numbers.