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STANDARD KEMAHIRAN PEKERJAAN

KEBANGSAAN
(NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS STANDARD)

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING


SUPERVISION
LEVEL 3
MC-091-3:2013

JPK

Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran


Kementerian Sumber Manusia, Malaysia

STANDARD PRACTICE
NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS STANDARD (NOSS) FOR;
INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING SUPERVISION - LEVEL 3
MC-091-3:2013
1. INTRODUCTION
The Standard Practice and Standard Content are part of the NOSS document
which is developed together with the Training Manual and Internship Manual to
complete the whole NOSS.
This is a review NOSS for the Industrial Automation Engineering Supervision
under the Machinery & Equipment sector. This document only covers competency
standard for Level 3. This NOSS illustrates a structured set of activities that are
essential to reach competencies for this particular occupation as well as facilitating
interested individuals to embark on a career in this industry.
The development of this NOSS is to attract industry and training sectors towards a
flexible, dynamic and responsive skills accreditation systems to meet the
industrial needs. This NOSS shall be used as a guide to keep current training
programs up to date and abreast with Industrial Automation Engineering science
and technology.
Industrial automation is a discipline that comprises of knowledge, skills and attitude
from various engineering fields, which include mechatronics, electronic, electrical,
mechanical, chemical, metallurgy, computer, software and communication
engineering.
In todays competitive free market environment the dependency on human strength
and capability alone does not position the industrialists ahead of their competitors.
Entrepreneurs are under tremendous pressure when customers required higher
quantity of products within shorter period of time, but putting lower price as one of
the conditions. The uncertainty on the demand for labour supply in terms of quality
and quantity, and the insecure social environment are two of the major issues
faced in the course of strengthening the organizations production or services
capacity. This major syndrome that has haunted the entrepreneurs since the 80s
has successfully been reduced to a more comfortable level with the establishment
of industrial automation systems.
With the automation system, many industries
previously depended highly on labourers have opted for the automation system and
managed to stabilize their productions. Thus, at the same time, the difficulty in
obtaining workforces in dangerous, hard and unhygienic sectors or known as 3D
sector could now be overcome.
The establishment of industrial automation system has stabilized the productions
that previously depended upon the volatile human labours. With the automation
system, the ability in maintaining the production standards due to the elimination of
exhaustion and emotional factors in the systems itself is higher. It has been proven
to date that demands on the products of industrial automation has increased and
the usage of automation system in the industry becomes a necessity and
undisputed. In brief industrial automation is a way of industrial life today and in the
future. It is hard to imagine industrial societies lives without industrial automation
as it covers just about any productions and services including the production of
food, equipment, hardware, mining, construction, shipping, aeronautical,
agriculture, medical, aerospace, defense and weaponry. Continuous effort in the

creations of new areas in science and technology and existing system


modifications pursuits are nonstop and limitless.
Industrial Automation Engineering Supervisor is the incumbent who is responsible
for the Supervision of industrial automation engineering support service function in
order to achieve the objectives set by the employer effectively. The role of the
incumbent is to assist the Industrial Automation Engineering Administrator and
Manager in utilizing all allocated resources to achieve departmental objectives in a
way to reach overall organizational mission and vision.
In view of the fact that the Industrial Automation Engineering Supervisor leads the
Industrial Automation Engineering Technician groups and directly involved in the
Supervision of industrial automation engineering activities, it is a requirement that
he acquire the industrial automation related technical knowledge and supervisory
management skills.
2. OCCUPATIONAL STRUCTURE
This NOSS provides the employers and employees the information on Industrial
Automation Engineering Supervisor functions and working environment. It
underlines the career path and employment development for this profession.
2.1 OCCUPATIONAL AREA
Industrial automation technology utilized in various industries such as
manufacturing, engineering services, water supply engineering, construction, oil &
gas, mining, security & defence, building services, transportation, maritime,
hospitality, sea port & air port Services, Bio-Medical & Health services, agriculture
etc. In general it can be divided into Industrial automation engineering and
Industrial automation production or operation (Application) . Although it had been
utilized by various industries, the concept, application, development system and
nature or work are similar. For this NOSS development and training, focus will
solely be given to Industrial Automation Engineering Supervision Level 3.
The Industrial Automation Engineering Supervision Level 3 support Industrial
Automation Engineering Administrator and Manager in leading the industrial
automation engineering function in the organization. Figure 1.1 illustrates the
hierarchy and career path for those involved in the industry.
The development of this NOSS at Level 3 (Refer Figure 1.1 Occupational
Framework matrix for Industrial Automation Engineering and Figure 1.2
Occupational Area Structure (OAS) Chart for Industrial Automation Engineering) is
essential so that the sub sector of the industry will have complete standards and
guidelines to be used.
2.2 PRE-REQUISITE
The pre-requisite for Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM) Industrial Automation
Engineering Supervision Level 3
program is SKM Industrial Automation
Engineering Support Service level 2

SECTOR
SUB-SECTOR
JOB AREA

MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT


INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION & MECHATRONIC
INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING

Figure 1.1 Occupational Structure Chart for Industrial Automation & Mechatronic Sub-Sector
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SECTOR
SUB-SECTOR
JOB AREA

MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT


INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION & MECHATRONIC
INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING

LEVEL

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING

Industrial Automation Engineering Management

Industrial Automation Engineering Administration

Industrial Automation Engineering Supervision

2
Industrial Automation Engineering Support Service
1

Figure 1.2 Occupational Area Structure (OAS) Chart for Industrial Automation Engineering

3. DESCRIPTION OF COMPETENCY LEVEL


The NOSS is developed for various occupational areas. For certification, candidates must
be assessed and trained at certain levels to substantiate competencies. Below is the
guideline for each NOSS Level as defined by the Department of Skills Development,
Ministry of Human Resources, Malaysia.
Malaysia Skills Certificate Level 1:
(Operation and Production Level)

Competent in performing a range of varied


work activities, most of which are routine and
predictable.

Malaysia Skills Certificate Level 2:


(Operation and Production Level)

Competent in performing a significant range


of varied work activities, performed in a variety of
contexts. Some of the activities are non-routine
and required individual responsibility and
autonomy.

Malaysia Skills Certificate Level 3:


(Supervisory Level)

Competent in performing a broad range of


varied work activities, performed in a variety of
contexts, most of which are complex and nonroutine. There is considerable responsibility and
autonomy and control or guidance of others is
often required.

Malaysia Skills Diploma Level 4:


(Executive Level)

Competent in performing a broad range of


complex technical or professional work activities
performed in a wide variety of contexts and with
a substantial degree of personal responsibility
and autonomy. Responsibility for the work of
others and allocation of resources is often
present.

Malaysia Skills Advanced Diploma


Level 5: (Managerial Level)

Competent in applying a significant range of


fundamental principles and complex techniques
across a wide and often unpredictable variety of
contexts. Very substantial personal autonomy
and often significant responsibility for the work of
others and for the allocation of substantial
resources features strongly, as do personal
accountabilities for analysis, diagnosis, planning,
execution and evaluation.

4.

MALAYSIAN SKILL CERTIFICATION

Candidates after being assessed, verified and fulfilled the Malaysian Skill Certification
requirements shall be awarded with Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM) for Level 1, 2
and 3, and Diploma Kemahiran Malaysia (DKM) and Diploma Lanjutan Kemahiran
Malaysia (DLKM) for Level 4 and 5 respectively.
This NOSS outlines the competency units, competency profile and curriculum of
competency units in the Industrial Automation Engineering Supervision Level 3
working environment. . It has been analyzed, developed and documented by
selected industrial panel of experts as per the industrial requirements. The industry
requires for the competency units, competency profile and curriculum of competency
units are outlined using high skills standards and consistencies throughout the
assessment process. These were done by laying down a precise framework when
conducting the assessment of competency units, competency profile and curriculum
of competency units. The training and assessment of Industrial Automation
Engineering Supervision Level 3 must be performed in accordance with JPK policy
and in adherence to relevance business policy and legislations.

5. JOB COMPETENCIES
The industrial automation engineering personnel bear responsibilities that are very
challenging in their profession. This is among the professions demanded higher
abilities and competencies in various integrated fields and functions . Incumbents
normally faced significant resource constraint in their effort to manage the rapid
acceleration of technological changes, and at the same time trying to keep reliability
and smooth operating of factory machineries and instruments or service project.
Thus making them seem to be the champion in the operational systems they are in.
5.1

In general the Industrial Automation Engineering Supervisor is required to


acquire the following competencies recognized by the Malaysian Skills
Certificate:

5.2

Industrial Automation Engineering Drafting Supervision


Industrial Automation Fabrication and Sub-Assembling Supervision
Industrial Automation Installation Supervision
Industrial Automation System Maintenance Supervision
Industrial Automation Engineering Unit Supervisory Function

There is no elective competencies under this NOSS.

6. WORKING CONDITIONS
Incumbents in this field work in various environments that include the office or
workshop environment; in implementing the industrial automation engineering
supervisory functions. They will be in the factory or worksite environment that is
exposed to installation & commissioning, examination and recovery works following
where the equipment and automation system are fitted and needed

The incumbent for this position belongs to the front line management group of the
organisation. in addition to the competencies state at Para 5, incumbent is required
to possess the following skills and qualities in order to be effective:

Self Discipline
Leadership skill
Communication skill
Interpersonal skill
Critical thinking
Entrepreneurship
Technical skill
Informative

Similar to other organization members, Industrial Automation Engineering Supervisor


must uphold the goals and vision of the organisation. This requires the incumbent to
have knowledge of the business of the organisation.
Industrial Automation Engineering Supervisor also required to meet clients, visit the
production floor, construction sites, the areas of maintenance and or targeted project
in order to get information, check and investigate manufacturing and or service
operational cases. This will expose them to unforeseen circumstances. Industrial
Automation Engineering Supervisor must be geared to face various job situations.

7. EMPLOYMENT PROSPECTS
Individual who hunts for a challenging career with higher rate of employability may
suitable to venture into this field. The incumbent ought to be creative, imaginative
and proactive in order to generate new idea and or new technology in solving
industrial problems. Given that the industrial automation affects the whole operations,
incumbents should be responsible and committed in their jobs.
From the career point of view, incumbents in this field always face new challenges,
which urged them to continue to explore new experience and knowledge at work
placed and share experience with peers and colleague from other organization when
facing fresh unique problem from time to time. These factors increase the mind's
activeness and stop the occurrence of career exhaustion. Incumbents become
relevant and preferable with their constants involvement in this area
The demands for Industrial Automation Engineering Supervisor remain high and will
continue to be so in line with the economic growth. It covers sectors in engineering,
manufacturing, development, agriculture, medical, construction etc. The demands
became the impeller factor for its development through the SKM certification.
The Governments effort to steadily strengthen our countrys growing economy under
the economic transformation programme forms a guarantee and promising future for
Malaysia citizen. And the benefits are enjoyed by most workforce and businessmen
in Malaysia. The industry growth rate continues to leap and the trend is predicted to
stay positive for the upcoming of at least five to ten years. This economic growth is
directly proportional with the high demand of skilled workers and professional
workers including for to Industrial Automation Engineering Supervisor . This
development enlivened further with the increase of foreign investors entry. Foreign
investors bring in vast and high-tech investments. These factors have urged the

growth of high skilled, semi and professional workers such as the


Automation Engineering Supervisor.

Industrial

Individuals who have plunged into this area have promising future and wider career
path should they work hard, honest, and apply competencies as part of their lives
culture.
The personnel shall be able to further their training and enhance their skills by
following higher level SKM programs or similar programs by other recognized
professional bodies and higher learning institution within and outside of the country.
8. SOURCES OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Local

Kementerian Sumber Manusia Malaysia


Aras 6-9 Blok D3, Kompleks D,
Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan, 62530 Putrajaya

Board of Engineers Malaysia


Tingkat 17 Ibu Pejabat JKR Jalan Sultan Salahuddin
50580 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603-2692 5017

Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (CAIRO)


Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
81310 UTM Skudai Johor Malaysia

German-Malaysian Institute,
Automation and Mechatronics Technology Section,
Industrial Electronics Department.
Jalan Ilmiah, Taman Universiti,
43000 Kajang, Selangor DE. Malaysia.
Tel: 603-89219000 Fax: 603-89219007 Web: www.gmi.edu.my

The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia


Bangunan Ingenieur, Lot 60/62,
Jalan 52/4, Peti Surat 223 (Jalan Sultan),
46720 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan
Tel : 603 - 79684001/2 Fax : 603 - 79577678
Email : sec@iem.org.my Website : www.iem.org.my

National Industrial Experts and Technologists Council (NIETEC)


18, Jalan Desa Satu, Tmn Universiti,
43000 Kajang, Selangor DE Malaysia.
www.nietec.com.my

Malaysia Automation Technology Association


Wisma FMM, No. 3, Persiaran Dagang, PJU 9
Bandar Sri Damansara
52200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 603-6286 7200 Fax: 603-6277 6714

International

9.

International Labor Organization


4 route des Morillons , CH-1211 Genve 22 Switzerland
Switchboard: +41 (0) 22 799 6111 Fax: +41 (0) 22 798 8685
Website: http://www.ilo.org
E-mail: ilo@ilo.org

BARA (British Automation and Robot Association)


New Progress House
34 Stafford Road, Wallington,
Surrey SM6 9AA
T: 020 8773 8111, F: 020 8773 0022, E: bara@bara.org.uk

IHS Global Headquarters


321 Inverness Drive South
Englewood, Colorado 80112

BSI Group (British Standard)


389 Chiswick High Road
London, W4 4AL United Kingdom
Fax +44 20 8996 7001

ASTM International,
100 Barr Harbor Drive,
PO Box C700, West Conshohocken,
PA, 19428-2959 USA

APPROVAL DATE
The National Skills Development Board (MPKK), Ministry of Human Resources has
agreed and endorsed this Standard on 30 December 2013

10. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
10.1 This Standard has been circulated to the respective industry for two weeks for
validation and feedback. The list of companies that have received the draft are
as follow;
i) German-Malaysian Institute,
Automation Mechatronics Technology Section,
Industrial Electronics Department, Jalan Ilmiah, Taman Universiti,
43000 Kajang, Selangor DE. Malaysia.
Web: www.gmi.edu.my
ii) National Industrial Experts and Technologists Council (NIETEC)
18, Jln Desa Satu, Tmn Universiti, Sg.Tangkas,
43000 Kajang, Selangor DE.
Web: www.nietec.com.my

iii) Perusahan Otomobil Nasional Sdn Bhd.


HICOM Industrial Estate,
Batu 3 PO Box 7100
40918 Shah Alam Selangor Darul Ehsan
iv) PERODUA Engine Manufacturing Sdn Bhd.
Sg Choh, Locked Bag 226
48009 Rawang, Selangor Darul Ehsan
v) Panasonic Appliances Foundry Malaysia Sdn Bhd,
Lot 9 & 10, Tangga Batu Industrial Estate,
76400 Tg. Kling Melaka.
vi) OHRM Consult Sdn Bhd.
22-4-1 Diamond Square, Jln 4/50 Off Jln Gombak,
53000, Kuala Lumpur.

10.2 To meet the development process requirement, this standard has been
presented to and reviewed by the following members of the Standard Technical
Evaluation Committee on 24 July 2013 to ensure the suitability and accuracy
of its contents:
i.

EN. ZAINUL AZHAN BIN AHMAD BASHIR

ii.

EN. HERMAN HISHAM BIN NOR HASHIM

iii.

EN. FAKHRUL ANWAR BIN KAMBALI

The committee concluded that the standard content is in accordance with the
industry practice and fulfils the latest practice of Industrial Automation.
10.4 The Director General of DSD would like to extend his gratitude to the
organisations and individuals who have been involved in developing this
standard.

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11.

NOSS DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEMBERS

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING SUPERVISION

LEVEL 3

PANEL
1.

EN. SYED NIZAM BIN SYED IDRIS

Head of Section
German-Malaysian Institute, Kajang, Selangor

2.

EN. MOHD ZAMRI BIN ABDULLAH

Engineer Principal
Empayar Klana Sdn Bhd.

3.

EN. KAMARUL HAFIZ BIN


MAHPOT

Principal Consultant - Rich Learning Sdn Bhd,


Sri Kembangan, Selangor DE.

4.

EN. SHAHRUDDIN BIN MOHAMED

Manager
Canon Opto (M) Sdn Bhd

5.

EN. ZALALUDIN BIN SLAMAT

Senior Manager Technology Development,


Sapura Technical Centre Sdn.Bhd., BB Bangi.

6.

EN. ABD RAHIM BIN MANSOR

Director
Zasra Technology Sdn Bhd, Shah Alam.

7.

EN. MOHD NAZRI BIN RAIS

Line Operation Engineer


F&N Beverages Sdn.Bhd. Shah Alam

8.

EN. JA'AFAR BIN ABDUL

Asst Manager
Kuari PATI Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur.

9.

EN. HAFIZ CHAI ABDULLAH

Senior Manager
ROHAS-EUCO Industries Berhad

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EN. TAJUL ARIFFIN BIN ABD


KARIM

Sr. Executive
Onkyo Asia Electronics (M) Sdn. Bhd

FACILITATOR
1.

DR.MARZUKI BIN UJUD

President
OHRM Consult Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur.

CO-FACILITATOR
1.

2.

PN. ROSITAH BINTI YAHAYA

Senior Consultant
OHRM Consult Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur

HAZIQ ASYRAF BIN MARZUKI

Director - Legitimate Project Management Sdn


Bhd. Kajang, Selangor DE.

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PROOF READER
1.

Cik NUR KIASATINA BINTI MARZUKI


B.Arch.Sc(Hons) IIUM, B.Architecture (Hons)
IIUM, Cert.G.Translation ITNM.
Cert.Japanese Lang. (UM), Arabic Lang.(IIUM).

Project Director/ Architect


OHRM Consult Sdn Bhd.,
Kuala Lumpur.

12. GLOSSARY
Balloon: Balloon is used to itemize parts in an assembly to identify the parts and sub
assemblies in communicating the design to others. Balloon contain parts list item number.
Balloon guide users to identify parts and its location in the assembly drawing.
Coaching: is a powerful alliance designed to forward and enhance the lifelong process of
human learning, effectiveness and fulfilment. It is a method of directing, instructing and
training a person or group of people, with the aim to achieve some goal or develop
specific skills.
Code of Conduct for Industrial Harmony: Areas for co-operation and Agreed Industrial
Relations Practices. The Code to be observe. Failure to comply with any part of it may
cause the award to be against you.
Conflict: A process that begins when one party perceives that another party has
negatively affected, or is about to negatively affect , something that the first party cares
about.
Counseling: is a conversational process that can be instrumental in the development of
skills that help employees effectively confront and cope with uncertainties and conflicts.
Critical Incidents Method: a techniques that requires written records to be kept of highly
favorable and highly unfavorable actions that occur in an employees work.
Culture: the set of values, guiding beliefs, understandings, and ways of thinking that is
shared by members of an organization and is taught to new memebers as correct.
Employee referral program: is an internal recruitment method employed by
organizations to identify potential candidates from their existing employees social
networks. This scheme encourages a company's existing employees to select and recruit
the suitable candidates from their social networks. As a reward, the employer typically
pays the referring employee a referral bonus.
Employment pass: is type of work pass granted to foreign professionals with suitable
qualifications and experience.
Exempt staff or exempt employee is an employee who falls outside of the definition of
employee by the Employment Act 1955. Exempt employees are most often found in
managerial, supervisory, professional, administrative, and functional leadership roles.
Expatriate: An expatriate (in abbreviated form, expat) is someone who has chosen to
live in a country other than the one in which he or she legally resides.

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External equity: A condition which exists when pay for employees performing jobs in a
firm that is comparable to that of similar jobs in other firms.
Grievance: means any discontentment or dissatisfaction in an employee arising out of
anything related to the enterprise where he/she is working. It arises when an employee
feels that something has happened or is going to happen which is unfair, unjust or
inequitable.
Industrial Action: Any form of coordinated action in an industrial dispute by employees,
with or without the support of a trade union, that seeks to force employers to agree to
their demands relating to wages, terms of employment, working conditions etc
Internal equity: A condition which exists when employees performing jobs for a company
are paid according to their jobs relative value within that organization.
Job Bidding: A technique that permits individuals in the organization who believe that
they possess the required qualifications to apply for the posted job.
Job analysis: The systematic process of determining the duties and skills required for
performing jobs in an organization.
Job Posting: A procedure for communication to company employees the fact that job
openings exist.
Job Description: A document that provides information regarding the tasks and
responsibilities of the job.
Job Specification: The minimum acceptable qualifications that a person should possess
to perform a job.
Key Performance Indicator:
A Key Performance Indicator (KPI) is a critical
measurement of the performance of essential tasks, operations, or processes. A KPI will
usually unambiguously reveal conditions or performance that is outside the norm and that
signals a need for managerial intervention
Laser cutting is an intensely concentrated beam of light which can be reduced to a tiny
point of very high temperature and controlled in a way which means that complex and
very exact shapes can be cut out of the metal. Often, the laser will be controlled by a
computer which has the pattern required programmed into it. The accuracy and focus of
the laser beam results in a very clean cut and a top rate finish.
Logistics: The procurement, maintenance, distribution, and replacement of personnel
and material.
Objective: is a goal characterized by a comparatively short time span and specific,
measurable achievements,
Organization Design: Is a formal, guided process for integrating the people, information
and technology of an organization. It is used to match the form of the organization as
closely as possible to the purpose(s) the organization seeks to achieve. Through the
design process, organizations act to improve the probability that the collective efforts of
members will be successful.

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Performance Appraisal: A system that provides a periodic review and evaluation of an


individuals job performance.
Performance Dashboard; Performance dashboard is a management tool to gauge
performance and progress toward business goals. Dashboards can be designed and
developed to address a wide range of objectives, from monitoring the viability of a global
organization's business strategy, to keeping a check on a department's ability to achieve
service-level targets.
Performance Gaps . The difference between the objectives established in the goalformulation process and the result likely to be achieved if the existing strategy is
continued.
Plasma Cutting is a metal cutting technique. A plasma torch pumps either oxygen or an
inert gas out of the nozzle at high speed whilst simultaneously sending an electrical arc
through the gas, thus creating plasma which is hot enough to melt the metal whilst also
moving quickly enough to blow any molten.
Situational analysis A situational analysis defines and interprets the state of the
environment of a person or organization. A situational analysis describes an
organization's competitive position, operating and financial condition and general state of
internal and external affairs.
Standard Costing system: is a tool for planning budgets, managing and controlling
costs, and evaluating cost management performance. At the end of the accounting
period, the actual amounts and costs of direct material used and the actual amounts and
pay rates of direct labour utilized are compared to the previously set standards.
Comparing the actual costs to the standard costs and examining the variances between
them allows managers to look for ways to improve cost control, cost management, and
operational efficiency.
Strategy: the current set of plans, decisions and objectives that have been adopted to
achieve the organizations goals.
Turning: is a process via which the sharp point of a cutting tool is applied to the metals
surface as it is rapidly spun by a device such as a lathe, thus removing the top layer of
metal to a pre-determined size.

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COMPETENCY PROFILE CHART (CPC)


SECTOR

MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT

SUB-SECTOR

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION & MECHATRONIC

JOB AREA

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING

NOSS TITLE

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING SUPERVISION

JOB LEVEL

THREE (3)

COMPETENCY

CORE

MC-091-3:2013

JOB AREA CODE


COMPETENCY UNIT

INDUSTRIAL
AUTOMATION
ENGINEERING DRAFTING
SUPERVISION

INDUSTRIAL
AUTOMATION
FABRICATION AND SUBASSEMBLING
SUPERVISION

INDUSTRIAL
AUTOMATION
INSTALLATION
SUPERVISION

INDUSTRIAL
AUTOMATION SYSTEMS
MAINTENANCE
SUPERVISION

MC XXX-01

MC XXX-02

MC XXX-03

MC XXX-04

INDUSTRIAL
AUTOMATION
ENGINEERING UNIT
SUPERVISORY FUNCTION
MC XXX-05

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COMPETENCY PROFILE (CP)


Sub Sector

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION & MECHATRONIC

Job Area

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING

NOSS Title

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING SUPERVISION

Level

THREE (3)

CU Title
1. Industrial
automation
engineering
drafting
supervision

CU Code
1.
MC-XXX-01

CU Descriptor

CU Work Activities

Industrial
automation
engineering
drafting
supervision is the competency
of leading and monitoring a
team of Industrial automation
engineering drafting personnel
in composing plans that are
visually communicated on
how some things function or
has to be constructed.
Industrial
automation
engineering
drafting
supervisor ensure that drafting
should
be
done
using
accurate information as it is
used
as
the
visual
communication
media
of
interested parties and in job
context, social, business and
or legislation. The Industrial
automation
engineering

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1. Monitor Engineering
Drawing Sketching

Performance Criteria

1.1 Engineering Drawing Sketching


instruction issuance carried out,
instruction objective determined,
Instruction content, imposed
condition prepared, instruction
authority obtained, engineering
Drawing Sketching instruction
issued.
1.2 Pre- sketching requirements
preparation inspection, sketching
requirement information, site
exploration, in-situ
measurements checked,
sketching concepts & orientation
verified, sample visualization,
sketching resources
requirements list checked,
engineering drawing sketching

drafting is in compliance with


conventions, accepted and
understood by the general
locally
and
international.
It is compulsory to produce
Industrial
automation
engineering drafting using
accurate
information
as
inaccurate information may
cause deflection in ideology,
end products specification and
construction
that
are
detrimental and costly.
The person who is competent
in
Industrial
automation
engineering drafting will be
able to
monitor Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing Sketching, monitor
two
dimension
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
development,
monitor three dimensional
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
development,
monitor
Drawing Bill of Materials
preparation and
monitor
Industrial
Automation
Engineering Drawing Filing.
An effective Industrial
automation engineering drafting
supervisor
should be able to supervise

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requirements summary verified.


1.3 Engineering drawing sketching
verified, Customer requirements
& specification, Product/object
specification, actual sample
visualisation, actual object
visualisation, engineering
drawing sketching site visit and
exploration, non-exist object
sketching information gathering,
sketching Object orientation,
sketching view angle selection,
engineering drawing sketching
techniques application,
engineering drawing sketching
procedure compliance,
engineering drawing sketching
detail, engineering drawing
sketching record checked.
1.4 Engineering drawing sketching
record verified, engineering
drawing sketching record format,
engineering drawing sketching
record contents, engineering
drawing sketching recording
procedure compliance,
engineering drawing sketching
record checked.

the
Industrial
automation
engineering
drawing
production according to the
set schedule, complying with
the prescribed standards,
using minimum time frame
with zero drawing errors at
optimum cost and achieved
the pre set objectives in
accordance
with
the
organization requirements.
The outcome of this CU is to
meet
occupational
skills
standard which incorporate
the skills, knowledge and
attitude to be delivered
systematically.

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2. Monitor two
dimension
engineering drawing
development

2.1 Two dimension engineering


drawing development inspected,
engineering drawing
requirements, Engineering
Drawing Scale and dimension,
plan elevation, side & end
elevation, Engineering Drawing
dimensions, Engineering Drawing
detail, Engineering Drawing title
block checked, Engineering
drawing accepted.
2.2 Two Dimension Sectional
Drawing development
monitored, sectional Drawing
instruction, two dimension
sectional drawing requirements,
view cutting line, sectional view,
sectional view detail, two
dimension sectional drawing title
block checked, two dimension
sectional drawing accepted,
2.3 Engineering drawing record
verified, engineering drawing
record format, engineering
drawing record contents,
engineering drawing recording
techniques application,
engineering drawing recording
procedure compliance checked,

engineering drawing record


verified.
3. Monitor three
dimensional
engineering drawing
development

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3.1 Isometric Drawing instruction


issuance carried out, instruction
objective determined, instruction
content prepared, imposed
condition provided, instruction
authority obtained, engineering
Drawing Sketching instruction
issued.
3.2 Isometric drawing requirements
checked, isometric drawing Scale
and dimension, isometric
drawing development, isometric
Drawing detail preparation,
isometric Drawing title block
preparation, isometric drawing
checked.
3.3 Orthographic drawing
development monitored,
orthographic drawing
requirements, orthographic
drawing Scale and dimension,
orthographic view drawing
development, orthographic
Drawing detail preparation,
orthographic drawing title block
preparation checked, two
dimension sectional drawing

generated.
3.4 Two dimension sectional
drawing accepted.
3.5 Engineering drawing record
checked, engineering drawing
record format utilization,
engineering drawing record
contents, engineering drawing
recording techniques application,
engineering drawing recording
procedure compliance checked.
4. Monitor Drawing Bill
of Materials
preparation

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4.1

Drawing Bill of Materials


instruction issuance carried out,
instruction objective determined,
instruction content prepared,
imposed condition provided,
instruction authority obtained,
engineering Drawing Sketching
instruction issued.
4.2 Drawing Bill of Materials
requirements checked, targeted
object specification, instruments,
tools, board and materials
preparation, required materials
information list, required
materials quantification,
required part detail &
specification, required parts
quantification, drawing bill of

materials requirements checked.


4.3 Component part balloon
inspected, type of part balloon,
component part number
checked.
4.4 Bill of Materials table creation
inspected type of Bill of
Materials table items and
specification, part list table
contents (Part name, quantity,
part materials and size) checked,
Bill of Materials table content
verified, updated drawing
production checked.
4.5 Drawing file updated,
engineering drawing physical
filing systems checked,
engineering drawing digital filing
systems examined, engineering
drawing filing implementation
checked, engineering drawing
record verified.
5. Monitor Engineering
Drawing Filing

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5.1 Engineering Drawing filing


instruction issuance carried out,
instruction objective determined,
Instruction content prepared,
imposed condition provided,
instruction authority obtained,
engineering Drawing filing

instruction issued.
5.2 Engineering Drawing Filing
requirements preparation
checked, drawing filing indexing
procedure, drawing filing
procedure, drawing filing record,
drawing indexing register
checked.
5.3 Drawing indexing
implementation monitored,
drawing indexing procedure
compliance, drawing indexing
register, last series recorded,
drawing revision identification
number, drawing indexing
detailing format utilization,
unique new drawing index,
revised drawing version number,
drawing date of birth checked,
drawing index printed, drawing
index registration checked,
Drawing index record verified.
5.4 Physical drawing filing
monitored, physical drawing
filing procedure compliance,
drawing title and coding, drawing
classification, physical filing
storage location, drawing
security regulations compliance,
data security regulations
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compliance, drawing storage


section, drawing tray number,
drawing filing record
preparation, checked, physical
drawing movement record
verified.
5.5 Digital drawing filing monitored,
electronic drawing filing
procedure compliance, drawing
title and coding, drawing
classification, type of drawing
filing, digital filing storage
location, digital drawing security
regulations compliance, data
security regulations compliance,
digital drawing storage section,
digital drawing drive/tape/disc
address, digital drawing filing
record, digital drawing file
movement record checked.
5.6 Engineering Drawing filing
retrieve/issuance instruction
issued, Engineering Drawing
issuance requisition validity
examined, instruction/requisition
authority, requested drawing
specification, requested drawing
classification checked,
Engineering Drawing filing
retrieve/issuance instruction
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prepared, Engineering Drawing


filing retrieve/issuance
instruction delivered, requested
digital drawing file, issuance and
recipient detail recording process
checked, drawing movement
record, Drawing record book
verified.

2. Industrial
automation
fabrication and
sub-assembling
supervision

1.
MC-XXX-02

Industrial
automation
fabrication
and
subassembling supervision is a
competency of leading and
monitoring a team of Industrial
automation fabrication and
sub-assembly personnel in
constructing
by
making,
combining and or assembling
pieces into a finished product
or sub-assemblies product or
component
of
industrial
automation systems. Industrial
Automation
Fabrication
involve cutting,
bolting
bending, folding, soldering ,
welding, , brazing, riveting ,
wiring, moulding, stamping,
electronics
components
installation, usually pieces of
metal to form the desired
finished
product,
subassembled
products
or

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1. Perform
Industrial 1.1 Industrial Automation instruction
Automation Fabrication
format utilized.
instruction issuance
1.2 Industrial Automation instruction
direction obtained.
1.3 Industrial Automation instruction
content prepared
1.4 Industrial fabrication instruction
issuance carried out
1.5 Industrial Automation instruction
issuance recorded.
2. Inspect
Industrial 2.1 Industrial Automation Fabrication
Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling drawing,
&
Sub
Assembling
Industrial Automation Fabrication
requirements
& Sub Assembling specification
checked.
2.2 Industrial Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling parameters,
Industrial Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling time frames
verified.
2.3 Industrial Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling tools,

components.
The person who is competent
in
Industrial automation
fabrication
and
subassembling supervision will be
able to
perform Industrial
Automation
Fabrication
instruction issuance, inspect
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub Assembling
requirements,
inspect
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub Assembling
implementation,
Monitor
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub Assembling
Testing, supervise Industrial
Automation Fabrication & Sub
Assembling
product
packaging
and
perform
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub Assembling
product approval process.
An
effective
industrial
automation fabrication and
sub-assembling
supervisor
should be able to supervise
the
industrial
automation
fabrication
and
subassembling process according
to the prescribed specification,
complying with the prescribed
quality standards, accurate

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equipment, and material, Industrial


Automation Fabrication & Sub
Assembling standard operating
procedures checked.
2.4 Industrial Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling requirements
verified.
3. Inspect
Industrial
Automation Fabrication 3.1 Industrial Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling drawings, plan
&
Sub
Assembling
drawing, elevation drawing,
implementation
sectional drawing, assembly
drawing, drawing detail, Bill of
Materials, Schematic plan,
component layout plan, Industrial
Automation Fabrication & Sub
Assembling specifications
checked.
3.2 Industrial Automation Fabrication
and Sub-Assembling
implementation monitoring
carried out, Cutting process,
machining process, joining
process, moulding process
arrangement, wiring process,
printed circuit board assembling,
component sub assembling
monitored.
3.3 Industrial Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling implementation
report generated.
4. Monitor
Industrial 4.1 Component wiring test, printed
circuit board assembling test,
Automation Fabrication
component sub assembling test,
&
Sub
Assembling

and smooth finishing, within


the given time frame at
optimum cost and achieved
the pre set objectives in
accordance
with
the
organization requirements.
The outcome of this CU is to
meet
occupational
skills
standard which incorporate
the skills, knowledge and
attitude to be delivered
systematically.

Testing

joining test monitored.


4.2 Industrial Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling Testing record
reviewed, Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub Assembling
Testing record form, Industrial
Automation Fabrication & Sub
Assembling Testing result,
Industrial Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling Testing
remarks prescribed.
4.3 Industrial Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling product
inspection monitored
4.4 Industrial Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling Testing
supervision report prepared.

5. Supervise
Industrial 5.1 Industrial Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling product
Automation Fabrication
packaging requirement
&
Sub
Assembling
preparation monitored, packaging
product packaging
procedure, packaging technique,
packaging safety, packaging
material, product packaging
identification system checked.
5.2 Industrial Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling product pre
packaging inspection, Industrial
Automation Fabrication & Sub
Assembling packing process,
Industrial Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling Product
Labelling monitored.

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5.3 Industrial Automation Fabrication


& Sub Assembling product
packaging supervision report
prepared.
6. Perform
Industrial 6.1 Industrial Automation Syst.
Automation Fabrication
Fabrication product sub-assembly
&
Sub
Assembling
listing checked.
product
approval 6.2 Industrial Automation Syst.
process.
Fabrication product tagging
checked.
6.3 Industrial Automation Syst.
Fabrication product documentation
monitored.
6.4 Industrial Automation Syst.
Fabrication& sub-assembly
product documentation and
drawing checked.
6.5 Industrial Automation Syst.
Fabrication & sub-assembly
product delivery documentation
prepared.
6.6 Industrial Automation Syst.
Fabrication & sub-assembly
product delivery approval
obtained.
6.7 Industrial Automation Syst.
Fabrication& sub-assembly
product log book updated.
i.
3. Industrial
Automation
installation

MC-XXX-03

Industrial automation installation


supervision is the competency
of leading and monitoring a

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1. Perform Industrial
Automation System

1.1 Industrial Automation System


installation instruction format

supervision

team of Industrial automation


installation technicians fixing
of
a
complete
Industrial
automation
system or
part
systems or a self-contained unit,
with
its
accompanying
assemblies, accessories and pa
rts,
including provision of
or connection to services require
d to
make
the
Industrial
automation systems installed
equipment and components
ready for operation as required
by the client.
The incumbent is required to
plan, organize, lead and control
all allocated resources to
achieve prescribed team and
departmental objectives.
The person who is competent in
Industrial automation installation
supervision will be able to
perform Industrial Automation
System installation Instruction
issuance,
inspect
Industrial
Automation System installation
Requirements, inspect Industrial
Automation System installation
implementation,
supervise
Industrial Automation System
trial run, evaluate Industrial
Automation System installation
and
prepare
Industrial
Automation System trial run

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installation instruction
issuance

2. Perform Industrial
Automation System
installation
requirements
inspection

utilized.
1.2 Industrial Automation System
installation instruction direction
obtained.
1.3 Industrial Automation System
installation instruction content
prepared.
1.4 Industrial Automation System
installation instruction issuance
carried out.
1.5 Industrial Automation System
installation instruction issuance
recorded.
2.1 Industrial Automation System
installation objective observed.
2.2 Industrial Automation System
installation specification, Industrial
Automation System installation
procedure checked.
2.3 Industrial Automation System
Installation plan determined.
2.4 Industrial Automation System
installation Check list, Industrial
Automation System installation
tools, equipments and
machineries, Industrial
Automation installation record
systems, Corrective Action
Requisition Procedure, Corrective
Installation Record Systems
checked.
2.5 Industrial Automation System
verified.

report.
An
effective
industrial
automation
installation
supervisor should be able to
supervise
the
industrial
automation
installation
process according to the
prescribed
specification,
complying with the prescribed
quality standards and safety
requirements,
accurate,
smooth finishing and function
able, within the given time
frame at optimum cost and
achieved
the
pre
set
objectives in accordance with
the organization requirements.
The outcome of this CU is to
meet
occupational
skills
standard which incorporate
the skills, knowledge and
attitude to be delivered
systematically.

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3. Perform Industrial
Automation System
installation
implementation
inspection

3.1 Industrial Automation System


installation specification checked.
3.2 Installation program specification.
3.3 Corrective installation systems
specification installation standard
operating procedure, installation
implementation technique
checked.
3.4 Mechanical part installation
program monitored, part
Assembling, part Greasing, part
Lubricating, part Joining, part
Aligning, part Levelling, part Gap
setting, part Limit setting checked.
3.5 Electrical part installation program
monitored, part Power Supply
Termination, part Wiring, part
Insulating, part Grounding, part
Calibration, part Terminal
Connection, part Communication
Connection checked.
3.6 Pneumatic / hydraulic part
installation Program monitored,
part air supply connection tubing,
part power pack supply
connection, part Cylinder stroke
adjustment, part switch alignment
limit checked.
3.7 Software uploading carried out.
3.8 Industrial Automation System
installation implementation report
generated.

4. Supervise Industrial
Automation System
trial run

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4.1 Industrial Automation System trial


run instruction, Industrial
Automation System trial run
requirement, Industrial
Automation System trial run
procedure, and Industrial
Automation System trial run tools,
equipment and machineries
checked.
4.2 Mechanical test monitored,
mechanical test objective
observed, mechanical testing
procedure compliance,
mechanical testing techniques
applied ensured, mechanical
testing irregularities checked.
4.3 Electrical test monitored,
electrical test objective observed,
electrical testing procedure
compliance, electrical testing
techniques applied ensured,
electrical testing irregularities
checked.
4.4 Pneumatic and hydraulic test
monitored, pneumatic and
hydraulic test objective observed,
pneumatic and hydraulic testing
procedure compliance, pneumatic
and hydraulic testing techniques
applied ensured, pneumatic and
hydraulic testing irregularities
checked.
4.5 Instrument test monitored,
instrument test objective

observed, instrument testing


procedure compliance, instrument
testing techniques applied
ensured, instrument testing
irregularities checked.
4.6 Industrial Automation System trial
run monitored, system test
objective observed, system
testing procedure compliance,
system testing techniques applied
ensured, system testing
irregularities checked.
4.7 Industrial Automation System
installation trial run record
reviewed.
4.8 Group trial run data tabulated,
test result data behaviour
described, test result indicators
translated, trial run result
concluded, and Industrial
Automation System trial run
report generated.
5. Evaluate Industrial
Automation System
installation

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5.1 Industrial Automation System


installation evaluation objective
determined.
5.2 Industrial Automation System
installation performance
indicators examined.
5.3 Industrial Automation System
installation performance
measured.
5.4 Performance gap analyzed.
5.5 Strength and weaknesses
identified.

5.6 Proposed improvement program


formulated.
5.7 Industrial Automation System
installation evaluation report
generated.

6. Perform Industrial
Automation
installation
supervision report
preparation.

4. Industrial
automation
systems
maintenance
supervision

MC-XXX-04

Industrial automation systems


maintenance supervision is the
competency of
leading and
monitoring a team of Industrial
automation
systems
maintenance
technician
in
maintaining
the
industrial
automation systems or any part
of the systems to minimise
operational idle time due to
avoidable
breakdown
as
specified by the client.
The support services incumbent
is required to work hand in hand

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1. Perform Industrial
Automation System
maintenance
Instruction issuance

6.1 Report structure designed.


6.2 Report format determined.
6.3 Industrial Automation System trial
run report analyzed.
6.4 Industrial Automation System
installation implementation report
analyzed.
6.5 Industrial automation installation
supervision report content
prepared.
6.6 Industrial automation installation
supervision report generated.

1.1

Industrial automation system


maintenance instruction format
utilized, Industrial automation
system maintenance instruction
direction obtained, industrial
automation system maintenance
instruction content prepared,
Industrial automation system
maintenance instruction
issuance carried out. Industrial
automation system maintenance
instruction issuance recorded.

and coordinated with other


related supporting functions to
complete the interrelated sets of
jobs.
The person who is competent in
Industrial automation systems
maintenance supervision will be
able to perform Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
Instruction
issuance, perform Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
requirements
inspection, perform Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
implementation
inspection, supervise Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance testing, prepare
Industrial Automation System
maintenance test report and
evaluate Industrial Automation
System maintenance
An
effective
industrial
automation
system
maintenance
supervisor
should be able to supervise
the
industrial
automation
system maintenance process
according to the prescribed
specification, complying with
the
prescribed
quality
standards
and
safety

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2. Perform
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
requirements
inspection

3. Perform
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
implementation
inspection

2.1 Industrial Automation System


maintenance objective observed,
Industrial Automation System
maintenance specification,
Industrial Automation System
maintenance procedure
checked.
2.2 Industrial Automation System
Total Preventive Maintenance
(TPM) plan determined,
Industrial Automation System
maintenance wear and tear
spare part list, Industrial
Automation System maintenance
Check list, Industrial Automation
System maintenance tools,
equipments and machineries,
Industrial Automation TPM
record systems checked.
2.3 Corrective Maintenance
Standard Operating Procedure
gathered, Corrective Action
Requisition Procedure,
Corrective Action frequency
analysis, Corrective Maintenance
Record Systems checked,
Industrial Automation System
maintenance Requirements
verified.
3.1 Industrial Automation System
maintenance specification
checked, TPM Program
specification, Corrective

requirements, within the given


time frame at optimum cost,
able to minimize rate of
operation
idle
time
on
maintenance on breakdown
and achieved the pre set
objectives in accordance with
the organization requirements.
The outcome of this CU is to
meet
occupational
skills
standard which incorporate
the skills, knowledge and
attitude to be delivered
systematically.

3.2

3.3

.
3.4

3.5

3.6

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Maintenance Systems
specification checked.
TPM standard operating
procedure compliances, TPM
implementation technique
application, mechanical part
TPM Program monitored,
Greasing, Oiling, Aligning,
Tightening, Replacing, Trouble
shooting, Backlash setting
monitored.
Electrical part TPM Program
monitored, Winding, Continuity,
Insulation, Voltage level, Current
leakage, Grounding checking,
Calibration, Trouble shooting
monitored.
Pneumatic / hydraulic part TPM
Program monitored, Leaking,
Pressure, Blocking, Oil level
monitored.
Robotic TPM Program
monitored, robot electrical
system troubleshooting
conducted, robot mechanical
mechanism maintenance
monitoring conducted.
Instrument TPM Program
monitored, Calibration,
Continuity, Voltage level, Current
leakage, Trouble shooting
monitored.
Correction Action Request Order
monitored, Corrective Action
Request job sheet received,

Corrective Action Request order


performed, Corrective Action
Request feedback obtained,
Corrective Action Request
Report closed, Corrective Action
Request Logbook updated.
3.8 Industrial Automation System
maintenance implementation
report generated.
4. Supervise
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance testing

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4.1 Mechanical test monitored,


mechanical test objective
observed, mechanical testing
procedure compliance ensured,
mechanical testing techniques
applied and mechanical testing
irregularities checked.
4.2 Electrical test monitored,
electrical test objective
observed, electrical testing
procedure compliance ensured,
electrical testing techniques
applied, electrical testing
irregularities checked.
4.3 Pneumatic and hydraulic test
monitored, pneumatic and
hydraulic test objective
observed, pneumatic and
hydraulic testing procedure
compliance ensured, pneumatic
and hydraulic testing techniques
applied.and pneumatic and
hydraulic testing irregularities
checked.
4.4 Instrument test monitored,

instrument test objective


observed, instrument testing
procedure compliance ensured,
instrument testing techniques
applied, instrument testing
irregularities checked.
4.5 Industrial Automation System
maintenance test record
reviewed.

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5. Prepare Industrial
Automation System
maintenance test
report.

5.1 Group test data tabulated, test


data scattered diagram plotted,
test tolerance line developed,
data behaviour described,
indicators translated, test result
concluded, Industrial Automation
System maintenance test report
generated.

6. Evaluate Industrial
Automation System
maintenance

6.1 Industrial Automation System


maintenance evaluation
objective determined, Industrial
Automation System maintenance
performance indicators
examined, Industrial Automation
System maintenance
performance measured,
performance gap analyzed,
strength and weaknesses
identified, proposed
improvement program
formulated, and Industrial
Automation System maintenance
evaluation report generated.

5.

Industrial
automation
engineering unit
supervisory
function

MC-XXX-05

Industrial
automation
1. Perform Industrial
engineering unit supervisory
Automation Engineering
function is the competency of
Support Service routine
planning, organizing, leading
briefing.
and controlling of all allocated
resources to accomplish unit
assignments and area of
responsibilities in a way to
achieved unit objective.
The person who is competent in
Industrial automation unit
supervision will be able to
perform Industrial Automation
Engineering Support Service
routine briefing, perform
subordinate performance
appraisal exercise, optimize
manpower utilization, perform
Industrial Automation
Engineering support service unit
performance measurement,
pperform Industrial Automation
Engineering support service
performance problem solving,
perform work area
housekeeping resources
allocation, monitor work area
housekeeping activities.
An
effective
industrial
automation unit
supervisor
should be able to lead
industrial
automation
unit
functions, ensure the optimum

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2. Perform subordinate
performance appraisal
exercise

1.1 Industrial Automation Engineering


support service briefing prepared,
Industrial Automation Engineering
team members met, induction
set/motivation delivered, Industrial
Automation Engineering
objective explained, current
operation performance status
explained,, critical issues
highlighted, operational activities
changes explained, and operation
starting briefing concluded.
1.2 Personal Protective Equipment
checked, occupational safety &
health objective explained,
occupational safety & health
issues highlighted, safety & health
awareness generated,
occupational safety & health
briefing concluded.
1.3 Operation briefing record sheet
collected, Operation briefing
record sheet furnished, operation
resumption declaration received.
2.1 Subordinate performance
appraisal exercise instruction
examined,Instruction Source,
Instruction authority and
Instruction validity checked,
Instruction content studied, and
subordinate performance
appraisal exercise instruction
accepted.

usage of manpower and all


other allocated resources to
provide a specified services
and
products,
maintain
specified level of service quality
and productivity improvement,
employee job satisfaction and
confidence, and achieved predetermined objectives
in
accordance
with
the
organizational requirements.
The outcome of this CU is to
meet
occupational
skills
standard which incorporate
the skills, knowledge and
attitude to be delivered
systematically.

2.2 Subordinate performance


appraisal exercise prepared,
Departmental strategic plan
document, Team performance
record, Subordinate performance
record, Subordinate performance
measurement record and Pre-set
key performance indicators
obtained.
2.3 Subordinate performance
appraisal exercise and
performance appraisal interview
conducted, subordinate's
performance measurement data
tabled, performance
measurement procedure and
methodology briefed, and
subordinate's performance
measurement discussed,
performance achievement score
index against key performance
indicator index computed,
subordinate's strength,
subordinate's weaknesses,
working environment performance
factors and performance
improvement measures
discussed.
2.4 Subordinate performance
appraisal discussion findings
concluded, Subordinate
performance evaluation score
ranking tabled and subordinate
performance appraisal score

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2.5

3. Optimize manpower
utilization

3.1

3.2

3.3

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validity justification prepared.


Subordinate performance
appraisal exercise report
submitted, subordinate
performance appraisal exercise
report prepared, prescribed
subordinate performance
appraisal exercise report form
utilized, subordinate performance
appraisal exercise report
submission procedure followed,
and subordinate performance
appraisal exercise report
submission carried out.
Manpower utilization instruction
examined, Instruction Source,
Instruction authority and
Instruction validity checked,
Instruction content studied and
subordinate performance
appraisal exercise instruction
accepted.
Industrial automation operation
standard hours & cycle time list
requirements prepared, industrial
automation operation standard
hours & cycle time list obtained,
set activities standard duration
computed, industrial automation
operation standard hours & cycle
time list reference table
generated, and team members
job clocking data obtained.
Manpower efficiency status,

3.4

3.5

4. Perform Industrial
Automation Engineering
support service unit
performance
measurement.

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actual work duration against


standard hours and cycle time,
avoidable manpower idling
duration and unavoidable
manpower idling duration
computed, statistical industrial
automation operation standard
hours & cycle time status table
submitted,
Unit manpower distribution
revised, assignment allocation
trend analyzed, industrial
automation unit capacity
analyzed, manpower utilization
balancing exercise conducted,
unit manpower distribution
analysis concluded.
Revised unit manpower
requirements and distribution
proposal submitted, revised unit
manpower requirements and
distribution proposal generated,
revised unit manpower
requirements and distribution
proposal document prepared,
revised unit manpower
requirements and distribution
proposal document submitted.

4.1 Industrial Automation Engineering


support service unit performance
dash board established,
performance objective,
performance control parameter,
performance standard and key

performance indicator
determined.
4.2 Industrial Automation Engineering
support service unit record
examined, actual operation result
against planned target measured,
current Industrial Automation
Engineering support service
performance status computed,
statistical performance control
chart plotted, performance gap
identified, reported operational
issues studied.
4.3 Overall Industrial Automation
Engineering support service
performance report, report
structure, report format and report
content generated.
5. Perform Industrial
Automation Engineering
support service
performance problem
solving

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5.1

Industrial Automation
Engineering support service
performance issues diagnosed,
team members gathered,
performance gaps analyzed,
resistance to performance
explored, source of performance
problem identified.
5.2 Industrial Automation Engineering
support service performance
problem proposed solution
established, alternative solution
developed, best solution selected,
selected solution explored,
proposed solution justified,
proposed solution implementation

endorsement obtained.
5.3 Industrial Automation Engineering
support service performance
problem solution implemented,
Industrial Automation Engineering
support service performance
problem solution responsibility
assigned, Industrial Automation
Engineering support service
performance problem solving
activities coordinated, Industrial
Automation Engineering support
service performance problem
solving progress followed,
Industrial Automation Engineering
support service performance
issues status checked.
6. Perform unit work area
housekeeping resources
allocation

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6.1 Work area housekeeping


cleaning volume and frequencies,
general cleaning activities volume
and frequencies , production
process cleaning activities ,
volume and frequencies,
periodical area cleaning activities
volume and frequencies and Ad
Hoc cleaning activities volume
and frequencies computed .
6.2 Work area housekeeping
manpower requirements, general
Floor cleaning man hour rate, work
station cleaning man hour rate,
work bench man hour rate,
machineries cleaning man hour
rate, conveyor cleaning man hour

rate, raw Material Storage cleaning


man hour rate, process materials
storage cleaning man hour rate,
process materials waiting apron
cleaning man hour rate.
passageway cleaning man hour
rate, units common area and air
cleaning man hour rate computed.
6.3 Work area housekeeping tools,
equipment and materials (TEM)
requirements, wet cleaning process
TEM requirements, dry cleaning
process TEM requirements, oil
cleaning process TEM
requirements, blow cleaning
process TEM requirements,
machinery cleaning process TEM
requirements, work bench cleaning
process. TEM requirements,
furnace cleaning process TEM
requirements, conveyor cleaning
process TEM requirements and
general cleaning process TEM
requirements examined.
6.4 Unit work area housekeeping
roster generated, total Unit work
area housekeeping man hours and
total Unit work area housekeeping
manpower computed, Unit work
area housekeeping work grouping
assigned, Unit work area
operating days determined and Unit
work area housekeeping roster
developed.

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6.5 Unit work area housekeeping


resources allocated, Unit work
area housekeeping manpower
distribution formulated, Unit work
area housekeeping materials
allocation plan and Unit work area
housekeeping tools and equipment
allocation plan developed, Unit
work area housekeeping tools,
equipment and materials
requisition generated.
7. Monitor unit work area
housekeeping activities.

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7.1 Unit area housekeeping inspection


requirements prepared, Unit area
Housekeeping objective observed,
Unit area Housekeeping
parameters observed, Unit area
Housekeeping activities list
scrutinized, Unit area
housekeeping specification referred
and Unit area housekeeping
inspection checklist utilized.
7.2Unit area housekeeping activities,
general Floor cleaning , work
station cleaning, work bench,
machineries cleaning, raw Material
Storage cleaning, process
materials storage cleaning, process
materials waiting apron cleaning,
passageway cleaning and air
cleaning activities inspected.
7.3 Unit area housekeeping evaluated,
Unit area housekeeping objective
observed, Unit area housekeeping
key performance indicators

determined, Unit area


housekeeping performance
measured, performance gap
analyzed and Unit area
housekeeping evaluation findings
generated.
7.4 Unit area housekeeping inspection
report developed, report structure
designed, report format utilized,
report content prepared and report
endorsement obtained.

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URRICULUM OF COMPETENCY UNIT (CoCU)


Sub Sector

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION & MECHATRONIC

Job Area

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING

NOSS Title

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING SUPERVISION

Competency Unit Title

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION SYSTEM DESIGN DRAFTING SUPERVISION

Learning Outcomes

The person who is competent in this CU shall be able to supervise the Industrial automation engineering drawing
production according to the set schedule, complying with the prescribed standards, using minimum time frame with
zero drawing errors at optimum cost and achieved the pre set objectives in accordance with the organization
requirements. Upon completion of this competency unit, trainees will be able to :

Competency Unit ID
Work Activities

Monitor Industrial Automation Engineering Drawing Sketching


Monitor two dimension Ind Automation Engineering Drawing development
Monitor three dimensional Industrial Automation Engineering Drawing development
Monitor Drawing Bill of Materials preparation
Monitor Industrial Automation Engineering Drawing Filing
MC-XXX-1

Related Knowledge

Level

Training Duration

Related Skills

100 Hours

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

1. Monitor
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
Sketching

i.

Credit Hours

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode
Lecture

Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
Sketching instruction
issuance requirement
Instruction objective.
Instruction content
Imposed condition

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10
Assessment
Criteria
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
Sketching
instruction
issuance

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Instruction authority.
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
Sketching instruction
ii.

Pre- sketching
requirement preparation
inspection.
sketching requirement
information check
Site exploration check
In-situ measurements
sketching concepts &
orientation verification
Sample visualization
sketching resources
requirements list
check.
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
sketching requirements
summary verification.

iii.

Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
sketching specification

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
executed,
instruction
objective
ascertained,
Instruction
content,
imposed
condition
prepared,
instruction
authority
displayed.,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
Sketching
instruction
delivered.
Pre- sketching
requirements
preparation
inspection,
sketching
requirement
information, site
exploration, insitu
measurements
confirmed,
sketching

Customer requirements
& specification
Product/object
specification

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Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Actual sample
visualisation
Actual object
visualisation.
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
sketching site visit and
exploration.
Non-exist object
sketching information
gathering.
Sketching Object
orientation
Sketching view angle
selection.
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
sketching techniques
application
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
sketching procedure
compliance
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
sketching detail.
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
sketching record
iv.

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
concepts &
orientation
confirmed,
sample
visualization,
sketching
resources
requirements
list confirmed,
engineering
drawing
sketching
requirements
summary
confirmed.
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
sketching
confirmed,
Customer
requirements &
specification,
Product/object
specification,
actual sample
visualisation,
actual object
visualisation,
Industrial

Industrial Automation

48

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Engineering Drawing
sketching record
verification process
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
sketching record format
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
sketching record
contents.
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
sketching recording
procedure compliance
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
sketching record
i. Carry out Industrial
Automation
Engineering Drawing
Sketching instruction
issuance
ii. Inspect Presketching
requirements
preparation.
iii. Verify Industrial
Automation
Engineering Drawing
sketching

49

Practical

Assessment
Criteria
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
sketching site
visit and
exploration,
non-exist object
sketching
information
gathering,
sketching
Object
orientation,
sketching view
angle selection,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
sketching
techniques
application,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
sketching
procedure
compliance,
Industrial
Automation

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

iv. Verify Industrial


Automation
Engineering Drawing
sketching record

Attitude:
i. Focus in carrying
out Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
Sketching
instruction
issuance
ii. Thorough in
inspecting Presketching
requirements
preparation.
iii. Systematic in
verifying Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing sketching
iv. Confidence in
verifying Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing sketching
record

50

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
Engineering
Drawing
sketching detail,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
sketching
record
confirmed.
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
sketching
record
confirmed,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
sketching
record format,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
sketching
record contents,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
Safety:
i. Ensure data
safety.
ii. Ensure safe
work
methodology.
iii. Ensure
electrical safety
on all
electrically
powered
equipment.
iv. Enforce safety
& health rules
and regulations
v. Ensure safe
working
condition.
vi. Promote good
safety & health
practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy
saver office
equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice
paperless

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Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
Drawing
sketching
recording
procedure
compliance,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
sketching
record
confirmed.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

office.
Practice recycle
policy.

2. Monitor two
dimension
Ind
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
development

Two dimension
Industrial ustrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
development
endorsed,
engineering
drawing
requirements,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing Scale
and dimension,
plan elevation,
side & end
elevation,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
dimensions,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing detail,

i. Two dimension Industrial


Automation Engineering
Drawing development
requirement
ii. Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
Scale and dimension.
iii. Plan elevation
iv. Side & end elevation
v. Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
dimensions
vi. Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
detail
vii. Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing title
block.
viii. Two Dimension Sectional
Drawing development
requirement
ix. Two dimension sectional
drawing requirement
x. View cutting line
xi. Sectional view.
xii. Sectional view detail
xiii. Industrial Automation

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Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Engineering Drawing
record check list
i. Inspect two
dimension Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
development
ii. Inspect Two
Dimension Sectional
Drawing
development
iii. Verify Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing record.

Attitude:
i. Thorough in
inspecting two
dimension
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
development
ii. Thorough in
inspecting Two
Dimension
Sectional

53

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing title
block
confirmed,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
acceptance
signed.
Two Dimension
Sectional
Drawing
development
endorsed.,
sectional
Drawing
instruction, two
dimension
sectional
drawing
requirements,
view cutting
line, sectional
view, sectional
view detail, two
dimension
sectional
drawing title
block

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
Drawing
development
iii. Detail in verifying
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing record.
Safety:
i. Ensure data
safety.
ii. Ensure safe
work
methodology.
iii. Ensure
electrical safety
on all
electrically
powered
equipment.
iv. Enforce safety
& health rules
and regulations
v. Ensure safe
working
condition.
vi. Promote good
safety & health
practice at
workplace.

54

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
confirmed, two
dimension
sectional
drawing
acceptance
signed.
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing record
confirmed,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing record
format,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing record
contents,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
recording
techniques
application,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Environment:

recording
procedure
compliance
confirmed,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing record
confirmed.

i. Ensure energy
saver office
equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice
paperless
office.
iv. Practice recycle
policy.
3. Monitor

three
dimensional
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
development

Lecture

i. Isometric Drawing
instruction issuance
process
Instruction objective.
Instruction content
Imposed condition
Instruction authority.
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
Sketching instruction
ii. isometric drawing
requirements
Isometric drawing Scale
and dimension.
Isometric drawing
development
Isometric Drawing detail

55

Assessment
Criteria

Isometric
Drawing
instruction
issuance
executed,
instruction
objective
ascertained,
instruction
content
produced,
imposed
condition
delivered,
instruction
authority
spelled, Ind
Automation
Engineering

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

preparation
Isometric Drawing title
block preparation
Isometric drawing
acceptance.

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
Drawing
Sketching
instruction
produced.
Isometric
drawing
requirements
confirmed,
isometric
drawing Scale
and dimension,
isometric
drawing
development,
isometric
Drawing detail
preparation,
isometric
Drawing title
block
preparation,
isometric
drawing
confirmed.
Orthographic
drawing
development
endorsement
signed,
orthographic
drawing

iii. Monitor orthographic


drawing development
Orthographic drawing
development requirement
Orthographic drawing
requirements
Orthographic drawing
Scale and dimension.
Orthographic view
drawing development
Orthographic Drawing
detail preparation.
Orthographic drawing
title block preparation.
Generate two dimension
sectional drawing
iv. Two dimension sectional
drawing source
v. Industrial ustrial
Automation Engineering
Drawing report
requirement
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing

56

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

record format utilization.


Industrial ustrial
Automation Engineering
Drawing record
contents.
Industrial ustrial
Automation Engineering
Drawing recording
techniques application.
vi. Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
recording procedure
compliance.
i. Carry out Isometric
Drawing instruction
issuance
ii. Check isometric
drawing
requirements
iii. Monitor
orthographic
drawing
development
iv. Accept two
dimension sectional
drawing
v. Check Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing record.

57

Practical.

Assessment
Criteria
requirements,
orthographic
drawing Scale
and dimension,
orthographic
view drawing
development,
orthographic
Drawing detail
preparation,
orthographic
drawing title
block
preparation
confirmed, two
dimension
sectional
drawing
produced.
Two dimension
sectional
drawing
acceptance
signed.
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing record
confirmed,
Industrial

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
Attitude:
i. Objective
focused in
carrying out
Isometric
Drawing
instruction
issuance
ii. Detail in checking
isometric
drawing
requirements
iii. Objective
focused in
monitoring
orthographic
drawing
development
iv. Confidence in
accepting two
dimension
sectional
drawing
v. Detail in checking
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing record.

58

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
Automation
Engineering
Drawing record
format used,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing record
contents,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
recording
techniques
application,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
recording
procedure
compliance
confirmed.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
Safety:
i. Ensure data
safety.
ii. Ensure safe
work
methodology.
iii. Ensure
electrical safety
on all
electrically
powered
equipment.
iv. Enforce safety
& health rules
and regulations
v. Ensure safe
working
condition.
vi. Promote good
safety & health
practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy
saver office
equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice
paperless

59

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

office.
iv. Practice recycle
policy.

4.Monitor
Drawing Bill
of Materials
preparation

i. Bill of Materials instruction


issuance requirement
Targeted object
specification
Instruments, tools, board
and materials
preparation.
Required materials
information list.
Required materials
quantification.
Required part detail &
specification
Required parts
quantification
Drawing bill of materials
requirements
ii. Bill of Materials
requirements
iii. component part balloon
specification
Check type of part
balloon
Check component part
number
iv. Bill of Materials table
specification
Check type of Bill of

Lecture

60

Drawing Bill of
Materials
instruction
issuance
executed,
instruction
objective
ascertained,
instruction
content
produced,
imposed
condition
provided,
instruction
authority
displayed,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
Sketching
instruction
delivered.
Drawing Bill of
Materials
requirements
confirmed,

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Materials table items and


specification
Check part list table
contents (Part name,
quantity, part materials
and size)
Verify Bill of Materials
table content.
Check updated drawing
production.
v. File drawing progress
record
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
physical filing systems.
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
digital filing systems.
Engineering drawing filing
implementation
Verify engineering
drawing record

i. Carry out Drawing


Bill of Materials
instruction issuance
ii. Check Drawing Bill
of Materials
requirements
iii. Inspect component

61

Practical.

Assessment
Criteria
targeted object
specification,
instruments,
tools, board and
materials
preparation,
required
materials
information list,
required
materials
quantification,
required part
detail &
specification,
required parts
quantification,
drawing bill of
materials
requirements
confirmed.
Component part
balloon
inspected, type
of part balloon,
component part
number
confirmed.
Bill of Materials
table creation
confirmed, type

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

part balloon
iv. Inspect Bill of
Materials table
creation.
v. Updating File
drawing

Attitude:
i. Objective
focused in
carrying out
Drawing Bill of
Materials
instruction
issuance
ii. Detail in checking
Drawing Bill of
Materials
requirements
iii. Thorough in
inspecting
component part
balloon
iv. Thorough in
inspecting Bill of
Materials table
creation.
v. Accurate in
updating File
drawing

62

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
of Bill of
Materials table
items and
specification,
part list table
contents (Part
name, quantity,
part materials
and size)
confirmed, Bill
of Materials
table content
confirmed,
updated
drawing
production
confirmed.
Drawing file
updated, Ind
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
physical filing
systems
confirmed, Ind
Automation
Engineering
Drawing digital
filing systems
interpreted, Ind

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
Safety:
i. Ensure data
safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical
safety on all
electrically
powered
equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe
working
condition.
vi. Promote good
safety & health
practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy
saver office
equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice
paperless office.
iv. Practice recycle
policy.

63

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
Automation
Engineering
Drawing filing
implementation
confirmed, Ind
Automation
Engineering
Drawing record
confirmed.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

5. Monitor
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
Filing

i. Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing filing
instruction issuance
requirement

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode
Lecture

Instruction objective.
Instruction content
preparation
Imposed condition
Instruction authority.
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
Sketching instruction

ii. Industrial Automation


Engineering Drawing
Filing requirements
drawing indexing
implementation process
Drawing indexing
procedure compliance
check.
Drawing indexing
register check.
iii. Drawing indexing
implementation monitoring
Last series recorded
check.
drawing revision
identification number

64

Assessment
Criteria

Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing filing
instruction
issuance
executed,
instruction
objective
ascertained,
Instruction
content
produced,
imposed
condition
spelled,
instruction
authority
spelled,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing filing
instruction
delivered.
Industrial

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

check.
drawing indexing
detailing format
utilization check.
unique new drawing
index check.
Revised drawing version
number check.
drawing date of birth
check.
drawing index
registration check.
Drawing index record
verification.

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Automation
Engineering
Drawing Filing
requirements
preparation
confirmed,
drawing filing
indexing
procedure,
drawing filing
procedure,
drawing filing
record, drawing
indexing
register
confirmed.
Drawing
indexing
implementation
accomplished,
drawing
indexing
procedure
compliance,
drawing
indexing
register, last

iv. Physical drawing filing


monitoring
Physical drawing filing
procedure compliance
Drawing title and coding
Drawing classification
Physical filing storage
location
Drawing security
regulations compliance.
Data security regulations
compliance
Drawing storage section
Drawing tray number
Drawing filing record
preparation.

65

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Physical drawing
movement record.
v. Digital drawing filing

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

series recorded,
drawing
revision
identification
number,
drawing
indexing
detailing format
utilization,
unique new
drawing index,
revised drawing
version
number,
drawing date of
birth confirmed,
drawing index
printed,
drawing index
registration
confirmed,
Drawing index
record
confirmed.
Physical
drawing filing
accomplished,

monitoring
Electronic drawing filing
procedure compliance
Drawing title and coding
Drawing classification
Type of drawing filing
Digital filing storage
location
Digital drawing security
regulations compliance
Data security regulations
compliance.
Digital drawing storage
section
Digital drawing
drive/tape/disc address.
Digital drawing filing
record
Digital drawing file
movement record
vi. Industrial Automation

Engineering Drawing filing


retrieve/issuance
instruction issuance
requirement
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing

66

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

issuance requisition
validity.
Instruction/requisition
authority
Requested drawing
specification.
Requested drawing
classification.
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
filing retrieve/issuance
instruction
Industrial Automation
Engineering Drawing
filing retrieve/issuance
instruction
Requested digital drawing
file
Issuance and recipient
detail recording process.
Drawing movement
record verification
Drawing record book
verification..
i. Carry out Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing filing
instruction issuance
ii. Check Industrial

67

Practical

Assessment
Criteria

physical
drawing filing
procedure
compliance,
drawing title
and coding,
drawing
classification,
physical filing
storage
location,
drawing
security
regulations
compliance,
data security
regulations
compliance,
drawing storage
section,
drawing tray
number,
drawing filing
record
preparation,
confirmed,
physical

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Automation
Engineering
Drawing Filing
requirements
preparation
iii. Monitor drawing
indexing
implementation
iv. Monitor physical
drawing filing
v. Monitor digital
drawing filing
vi. Issue Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing filing
retrieve/issuance
instruction

Attitude:
i. Objective
focused in
carrying out
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing filing
instruction
issuance
ii. Detail in
checking

68

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

drawing
movement
record
confirmed.
Digital drawing
filing
monitored,
electronic
drawing filing
procedure
compliance,
drawing title
and coding,
drawing
classification,
type of drawing
filing, digital
filing storage
location, digital
drawing
security
regulations
compliance,
data security
regulations
compliance,
digital drawing

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing Filing
requirements
preparation
iii. Objective
focused in
monitoring
drawing indexing
implementation
iv. Objective
focused in
monitoring
physical drawing
filing
v. Objective
focused in
monitoring digital
drawing filing
vi. Objective
Focused in
issuing Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Drawing filing
retrieve/issuance
instruction
Safety:
i. Ensure data

69

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

storage section,
digital drawing
drive/tape/disc
address, digital
drawing filing
record, digital
drawing file
movement
record
confirmed.
Ind Automation
Engineering
Drawing filing
retrieve/issuanc
e instruction
delivered, Ind
Automation
Engineering
Drawing
issuance
requisition
validity
interpreted,
instruction/req
uisition
authority,
requested

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical
safety on all
electrically
powered
equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe
working
condition.
vi. Promote good
safety & health
practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy
saver office
equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice
paperless office.
Practice recycle
policy

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Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

drawing
specification,
requested
drawing
classification
confirmed, Ind
Automation
Engineering
Drawing filing
retrieve/issuanc
e instruction
produced, Ind
Automation
Engineering
Drawing filing
retrieve/issuanc
e instruction
delivered,
requested
digital drawing
file, issuance
and recipient
detail recording
process
confirmed,
drawing
movement

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

record, Drawing
record book
confirmed.

Employability Skills
Core Abilities

Social Skills
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

01.07 Utilize database applications to locate and process


information
01.08 Utilize spreadsheets applications to locate and process
information
01.09 Utilize business graphic application to process information.
01.10 Apply a variety of mathematical techniques
01.11 Apply thinking skills and creativity.
02.09 Prepare flow charts
02.10 Prepare reports and instructions
02.11 Convey information and ideas to people.
03.09 Manage and improve performance of individuals.
03.10 Provide consultation and counselling
03.11 Monitor and evaluate performance of human resources.
03.12 Provide coaching/on-the-job training.
03.13 Develop and maintain team harmony and resolve conflicts.
03.14 Facilitate and coordinate teams and ideas.
03.15 Liaise to achieve identified outcomes.
03.16 Identify and assess client/customer needs.
03.17 Identify staff training needs and facilitate access to training.
04.06 Allocate work

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Communication skills
Conceptual skills
Interpersonal skills
Learning skills
Leadership skills
Multitasking and prioritizing
Self-discipline
Teamwork

04.07 Negotiate acceptance and support for objectives and


strategies.
05.01 Implement project/work plans
05.02 Inspect and monitor work done and/or in progress.
06.07 Develop and maintain networks

Tools, Equipment and Materials (TEM)


Items
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Ratio (TEM: Trainee)


Computer Set with words processing & graphic application.
LCD Projector or any other projector with white screen
Measuring instrument
Stationary
Sample documents

1:25
1:25
1:1
As required
1:5

REFERENCES
1. Frederick E. Giesecke, Alva E. Mitchell, Henry C. Spencer, Ivan L. Hill , John Thomas Dygdon ,James E. Novak , Shawna E. Lockhart ,
Prentice Hall; 13 edition (May 23, 2008), Technical Drawing (13th Edition), ISBN: 978-0135135273
2. Frederick E. Giesecke, Peachpit Press 1992, Principles of Technical Drawing, ISBN: 978-0023437359
3. John S. Rooke, IndyPublish.com, 2008, Textbook of Mechanical Drawing: Being an Explanation of the Principles of Geometry and
Orthographic Projection, the Helix, and Toothed Gearing, ISBN: 9781437165753
4. Frederick E. Giesecke (Author), Ivan L. Hill (Author), Henry C. Spencer (Author), Alva E. Mitchell (Author), John Thomas
Dygdon (Author), James E. Novak (Author), Shawna E. Lockhart (Author), Marla Goodman , Peachpit Press, 14 Ed, 2011, Technical Drawing
with Engineering Graphics, ISBN: 978-0135090497
5. Thomas E. FrenchMcGraw-Hill Inc.,US; 10th edition (May 1985) Mechanical Drawing, ISBN: 978-0070223332
6. David Ullman, McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math; 4Ed., 2009, The Mechanical Design Process (Mcgraw-Hill Series in Mechanical
Engineering), ISBN: 978-0072975741
7. C. Thomas Olivo, Delmar Cengage Learning, 2nd.Ed.1992, Blueprint reading and technical sketching for industry, ISBN: 9780827350779
8. Richard Shell, Taylor & Francis, 2000, Handbook Of Industrial Automation, ISBN: 9780824703738

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9. Clarence T. Jones, Brilliant-Training, 1996, Patrick-Turner's Industrial Automation Dictionary, ISBN: 9781889101019
10. David Evans, Cengage Learning EMEA, 5th.Ed. 2001, Supervisory Management: Principles and Practice, ISBN: 9780826457332
11. Donald C. Mosley, Jr., Paul H. Pietri, Jr. Mosley, Cengage Learning, 8th.Ed. 2010, Supervisory Management: The Art of Inspiring,
Empowering, and Developing People, ISBN: 9780538737074
12. P N Mukherjee; T T Kachwala, New Delhi : PHI Learning, 2009. Operations Management And Productivity Techniques, ISBN:
9788120336025.
13. Samuel K M. Ho, London : International Thomson Business Press,1999. Operations and quality management, ISBN: 9781861523983

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CURRICULUM OF COMPETENCY UNIT (CoCU)


Sub Sector

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION & MECHATRONIC

Job Area

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING

NOSS Title

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING SUPERVISION

Competency Unit Title

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION FABRICATION AND SUB-ASSEMBLING SUPERVISION

Learning Outcome

The person who is competent in this CU shall be able to supervise the industrial automation fabrication and subassembling process according to the prescribed specification, complying with the prescribed quality standards,
accurate and smooth finishing, within the given time frame at optimum cost and achieved the pre set objectives in
accordance with the organization requirements.Upon completion of this competency unit, trainees will be able to :

Competency Unit ID

Work Activities

Perform Industrial Automation Fabrication instruction issuance


Inspect Industrial Automation Fabrication & Sub Assembling requirements
Inspect Industrial Automation Fabrication & Sub Assembling implementation
Monitor Industrial Automation Fabrication & Sub Assembling Testing
Supervise Industrial Automation Fabrication & Sub Assembling product packaging
Perform Industrial Automation Fabrication & Sub Assembling product approval process.

MC-XXX-2

Related Knowledge

Level

Training Duration

Related Skills

100 Hours

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

1. Perform
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication

Credit Hours

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode
Lecture

i. Industrial Automation
instruction format
requirement
ii. Industrial Automation

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10

Assessment
Criteria
Industrial
Automation
instruction
format used.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

instruction
issuance

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

instruction official direction


iii. Industrial Automation
instruction content
requirement
iv. Industrial fabrication
instruction issuance
procedure
v. Industrial Automation
instruction issuance
recording technique
Practical

i. Utilize Industrial
Automation
instruction format
ii. Obtain Industrial
Automation
instruction direction
iii. Prepare Industrial
Automation
instruction content
iv. Carry out industrial
fabrication
instruction issuance
v. Record Industrial
Automation
instruction issuance
Attitude:
i. Faithful in utilizing
Industrial Automation
instruction format
ii. Clear in obtaining

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Assessment
Criteria
Industrial
Automation
instruction
direction
spelled out.
Industrial
Automation
instruction
content
produced.
Industrial
fabrication
instruction
issuance
executed
Industrial
Automation
instruction
issuance
record
produced.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
Industrial Automation
fabrication instruction
direction
iii. Precise in preparing
Industrial Automation
instruction content
iv. Objective focused in
carrying out industrial
fabrication instruction
issuance
v. Accurate in recording
Industrial Automation
instruction issuance
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical safety
on all electrically
powered equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety &
health practice at
workplace.

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Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.
iv. Practice recycle policy.
2. Inspect
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
requirements

Lecture

i. Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling drawing
specification
ii. Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling specification
iii. Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling parameters
validity requirement
iv. Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling time frames
requirement
v. Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling tools,
equipment, and material
requirement
vi. Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub

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Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
drawing,
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
specification
confirmed.
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
parameters,
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assembling standard
operating procedures
vii. Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling requirements
i. Check Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling drawing
ii. Check Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling
specification
iii. Verify Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling
parameters
iv. Verify Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling time
frames
v. Check Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling tools,
equipment, and
material
vi. Check Industrial

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Practical

Assessment
Criteria
Sub
Assembling
time frames
confirmed.
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
tools,
equipment,
and material,
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
standard
operating
procedures
confirmed.
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
requirements
confirmed.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling
standard operating
procedures
vii. Verify Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling
requirements
Attitude:
i. Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling drawing
ii. Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling
specification
iii. Detail in verifying
Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling
parameters
iv. Detail in verifying
Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling time
frames
v. Detail in checking

79

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling tools,
equipment, and
material
vi. Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling standard
operating procedures
vii. Detail in verifying
Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling
requirements
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical safety
on all electrically
powered equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety &
health practice at
workplace.

80

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.
iv. Practice recycle policy.
3. Inspect
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
implementati
on

Lecture

i. Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling drawings
specification
Plan drawing
Elevation drawing
Sectional drawing
Assembly drawing
Drawing detail
Bill of Materials
Schematic plan
Component layout plan
ii. Industrial Automation
Fabrication & SubAssembling specifications
iii. Industrial Automation
Fabrication & SubAssembling
implementation monitoring
Monitor cutting process

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Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
drawings, plan
drawing,
elevation
drawing,
sectional
drawing,
assembly
drawing,
drawing detail,
Bill of
Materials,
Schematic
plan,
component
layout plan,
Industrial

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Monitor machining
process
Monitor joining process
Monitor moulding
process arrangement
Monitor wiring process
Monitor printed circuit
board assembling
Monitor component sub
assembling
iv. Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling
implementation report
i. Check Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling
drawings
ii. Check Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling
specifications
iii. Generate Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling
implementation
report

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Practical

Assessment
Criteria
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
specifications
confirmed.
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
SubAssembling
implementatio
n monitoring
executed,
cutting
process,
machining
process,
joining
process,
moulding
process
arrangement,
wiring
process,
printed circuit
board
assembling,
component
sub
assembling

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
Attitude:
i. Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling drawings
ii. Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling
specifications
iii. Accurate in generating
Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling
implementation report
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical safety
on all electrically
powered equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety &
health practice at

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Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
accomplished.
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
implementatio
n report
produced.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.
iv. Practice recycle policy.
4. Supervise
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication
& Sub
Assembling
Testing

Lecture

i. Component wiring test


process
ii. Printed circuit board
assembling test process
iii. Component sub
assembling test process
iv. Joining test process
v. Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling Testing
record
Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling Testing
record form
Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling Testing
result
Industrial Automation

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Component
wiring test,
printed circuit
board
assembling
test,
component
sub
assembling
test, joining
test
accomplishe
d.
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
Testing
record
confirmed,

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Fabrication & Sub


Assembling Testing
remarks
vi. Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling product
inspection process
vii. Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling Testing
supervision report
requirement
i. Monitor component
wiring test
ii. Monitor printed
circuit board
assembling test
iii. Monitor component
sub assembling test
iv. Monitor joining test
v. Review Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling Testing
record
vi. Monitor Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling product
inspection
vii. Prepare Industrial
Automation

85

Practical

Assessment
Criteria
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
Testing
record form,
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
Testing
result,
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
Testing
remarks
interpreted.
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
product
inspection
accomplishe
d.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Industrial

Fabrication & Sub


Assembling
Testing
supervision report
Attitude:
i. Objective focused in
monitoring component
wiring test
ii. Objective focused in
monitoring printed
circuit board
assembling test
iii. Objective focused in
monitoring component
sub assembling test
iv. Objective focused in
monitoring joining test
v. Review Industrial
Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling
Testing record
vi. Objective focused in
monitoring Industrial
Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling
product inspection
vii. Accurate in preparing
Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling Testing
supervision report

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Training
Hours

Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
Testing
supervision
report
produced.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical safety
on all electrically
powered equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety &
health practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.
iv. Practice recycle policy.
5. Supervise
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling

i.

Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling product
packaging preparation
requirement
Packaging procedure

Lecture

87

Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
product

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

product
packaging

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Packaging technique
Packaging safety.
Packaging material.
Product packaging
identification system
ii. Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling product pre
packaging inspection
requirement
iii. Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling packing
process
iv. Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling product pre
packaging inspection
requirement
Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling product
packaging supervision
report technique
i. Monitor Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling product
packaging
requirement
preparation

88

Practical

Assessment
Criteria
packaging
requirement
preparation
accomplishe
d, packaging
procedure,
packaging
technique,
packaging
safety,
packaging
material,
product
packaging
identification
system
confirmed.
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
product pre
packaging
inspection,
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
packing

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

ii. Monitor Industrial


Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling product
pre packaging
inspection
iii. Monitor Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling packing
process
iv. Monitor Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling Product
Labelling
v. Prepare Industrial
Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling product
packaging
supervision report

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
process,
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
Product
Labelling
accomplishe
d
Industrial
Automation
Fabrication &
Sub
Assembling
product
packaging
supervision
report
produced.

Attitude:
i. Objective focused in
monitoring Industrial
Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling
product packaging
requirement
preparation
ii. Objective focused in

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Training
Hours

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
monitoring Industrial
Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling
product pre packaging
inspection
iii. Objective focused in
monitoring Industrial
Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling
packing process
iv. Objective focused in
monitoring Industrial
Automation Fabrication
& Sub Assembling
Product Labelling
v. Accurate in preparing
Industrial Automation
Fabrication & Sub
Assembling product
packaging supervision
report
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical safety
on all electrically
powered equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and

90

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety &
health practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.
iv. Practice recycle policy.
Industrial
Automation
Syst.
Fabrication
product
subassembly
listing
confirmed.
Industrial
Automation
Syst.
Fabrication
product

i. Industrial Automation Syst.


Fabrication product subIndustrial
assembly listing check.
Automation
ii.
Industrial
Automation Syst.
Fabrication &
Fabrication
product tagging
Sub Assembling
check.
product approval
iii. Industrial Automation Syst.
process.
Fabrication product
documentation monitoring.
iv. Industrial Automation Syst.
Fabrication& sub-assembly
product documentation and
drawing.
vi. Industrial Automation Syst.

6.Perform

91

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Fabrication & sub-assembly


product delivery
documentation
vii. Industrial Automation Syst.
Fabrication & sub-assembly
product delivery approval.
viii. Industrial Automation
Syst. Fabrication& subassembly product log
book.

i. Check Industrial
Automation Syst.
Fabrication product
sub-assembly
listing.
ii. Monitor Industrial
Automation Syst.
Fabrication product
tagging.
iii. Monitor Industrial
Automation Syst.
Fabrication product
documentation
iv. Check Industrial
Automation Syst.
Fabrication& subassembly product
documentation and
drawing.
vi. Prepare Industrial

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Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
tagging
confirmed.
Industrial
Automation
Syst.
Fabrication
product
documentat
ion
accomplish
ed.
Industrial
Automation
Syst.
Fabrication
& subassembly
product
documentat
ion and
drawing
confirmed.
Industrial
Automation
Syst.
Fabrication
& subassembly
product
delivery

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Automation Syst.
Fabrication & subassembly product
delivery
documentation
vii. Obtain Industrial
Automation Syst.
Fabrication & subassembly product
delivery approval.
viii. Update Industrial
Automation Syst.
Fabrication& subassembly product
log book.
Attitude:
i. Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
Syst. Fabrication
product sub-assembly
listing.
ii. Objective focused in
monitoring Industrial
Automation Syst.
Fabrication product
tagging.
iii. Objective focused in
monitoring Industrial
Automation Syst.
Fabrication product
documentation

93

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
documentat
ion
produced.
Industrial
Automation
Syst.
Fabrication
& subassembly
product
delivery
approval
signed.
Industrial
Automation
Syst.
Fabrication
& subassembly
product
updated log
book
produced.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
iv. Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
Syst. Fabrication& subassembly product
documentation and
drawing.
vi. Detail in preparing
Industrial Automation
Syst. Fabrication &
sub-assembly product
delivery documentation
vii. Diplomacy in obtaining
Industrial Automation
Syst. Fabrication &
sub-assembly product
delivery approval.
viii.Accurate in updating
Industrial Automation
Syst. Fabrication& subassembly product log
book.
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical safety
on all electrically
powered equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and

94

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety &
health practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.

Employability Skills
Core Abilities

Social Skills
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

01.07 Utilize database applications to locate and process


information
01.08 Utilize spreadsheets applications to locate and process
information
01.09 Utilize business graphic application to process information.
01.10 Apply a variety of mathematical techniques
01.11 Apply thinking skills and creativity.
02.09 Prepare flow charts
02.10 Prepare reports and instructions
02.11 Convey information and ideas to people.

95

Communication skills
Conceptual skills
Interpersonal skills
Learning skills
Leadership skills
Multitasking and prioritizing
Self-discipline
Teamwork

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

03.09
03.10
03.11
03.12
03.13
03.14
03.15
03.16
03.17
04.06
04.07

Manage and improve performance of individuals.


Provide consultation and counselling
Monitor and evaluate performance of human resources.
Provide coaching/on-the-job training.
Develop and maintain team harmony and resolve conflicts.
Facilitate and coordinate teams and ideas.
Liaise to achieve identified outcomes.
Identify and assess client/customer needs.
Identify staff training needs and facilitate access to training.
Allocate work
Negotiate acceptance and support for objectives and
strategies.
05.01 Implement project/work plans
05.02 Inspect and monitor work done and/or in progress.
06.07 Develop and maintain networks environment

Tools, Equipment and Materials (TEM)


Items

Ratio (TEM: Trainee)


1.
2.
3.
4.

LCD Projector or other type of projector with white screen.


Computer Set with words processing & Graphic software.
Sample documents
Stationary

1:25
1:25
1:5
As required.

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CURRICULUM OF COMPETENCY UNIT (CoCU)


Sub Sector

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION & MECHATRONIC

Job Area

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING

NOSS Title

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING SUPERVISION

Competency Unit Title

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION INSTALLATION SUPERVISION

Learning Outcome

The person who is competent in this CU shall be able to supervise the industrial automation installation process
according to the prescribed specification, complying with the prescribed quality standards and safety requirements,
accurate, smooth finishing and function able, within the given time frame at optimum cost and achieved the pre set
objectives in accordance with the organization requirements. Upon completion of this competency unit, trainees will be
able to:

Competency Unit ID

Work Activities

Perform Industrial Automation System installation instruction issuance.


Perform Industrial Automation System installation requirements inspection
Perform Industrial Automation System installation implementation inspection
Supervise Industrial Automation System trial run
Evaluate Industrial Automation System installation
Perform Industrial Automation installation supervision report preparation.
MC-XXX-3

Related Knowledge

Level

Training Duration

Related Skills

100 Hours

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

i.
1. Perform
Industrial
Automation
System

ii.

Industrial Automation
System installation
instruction official format
Industrial Automation
System installation

Training
Hours

Credit Hours

Delivery
Mode
Lecture

98

10

Assessment
Criteria
Industrial
Automation
System
installation

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

installation
Instruction
issuance

iii.

iv.

v.

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

instruction official
direction
Industrial Automation
System installation
instruction content
requirement
Industrial Automation
System installation
instruction issuance
process
Industrial Automation
System installation
instruction issuance
recording requirement

i. Utilize Industrial
Automation
System installation
instruction format
ii. Obtain Industrial
Automation
System installation
instruction
direction
iii. Prepare Industrial
Automation
System installation
instruction content
iv. Carry out Industrial
Automation
System installation

99

Practical

Assessment
Criteria
instruction format
used.
Industrial
Automation
System
installation
instruction
direction spelled.
Industrial
Automation
System
installation
instruction
content
produced.
Industrial
Automation
System
installation
instruction
issuance
executed.
Industrial
Automation
System
installation
instruction
issuance record
produced.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

instruction
issuance
v. Record Industrial
Automation
System installation
instruction
issuance

Attitude:
i. Meticulous in utilizing
Industrial Automation
System installation
instruction format
ii. Focus in obtaining
Industrial Automation
System installation
instruction direction
iii. Objective focused in
preparing Industrial
Automation System
installation
instruction content
iv. Confidence in
carrying out Industrial
Automation System
installation
instruction issuance
v. Accurate in recording
Industrial Automation
System installation
instruction issuance

100

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical
safety on all
electrically powered
equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety
& health practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.
2. Perform
Industrial
Automation
System
installation
Requirement

i. Industrial Automation
System installation
objective
ii. Industrial Automation
System installation
specification
iii. Industrial Automation

Lecture

101

Industrial
Automation
System
installation
objective
achived.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

s inspection

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

System installation
procedure
iv. Industrial Automation
System Installation plan
requirement
v. Industrial Automation
System installation check
list
vi. Industrial Automation
System installation tools,
equipments and
machineries requisites
vii. Industrial Automation
installation record systems
requirement
viii. Corrective Action
Requisition Procedure
ix. Corrective Installation
Record System procedure
i. Industrial Automation
System installation
verification requirements
i. Observe Industrial
Automation
System installation
objective.
ii. Check Industrial
Automation
System installation
specification
iii. Check Industrial
Automation

102

Practical

Assessment
Criteria
Industrial
Automation
System
installation
specification,
Industrial
Automation
System
installation
procedure
confirmed.
Industrial
Automation
System
Installation plan
ascertained.
Industrial
Automation
System
installation Check
list, Industrial
Automation
System
installation tools,
equipments and
machineries,
Industrial
Automation
installation record
systems,
Corrective Action

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

iv.

v.

vi.

vii.

viii.

ix.

x.

System installation
procedure
Determine
Industrial
Automation
System Installation
plan
Check Industrial
Automation
System installation
Check list
Check Industrial
Automation
System installation
tools, equipments
and machineries
Check Industrial
Automation
installation record
systems.
Check Corrective
Action Requisition
Procedure.
Check Corrective
Installation Record
Systems.
Verify Industrial
Automation
System installation
Requirements

103

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
Requisition
Procedure,
Corrective
Installation
Record Systems
confirmed.
Industrial
Automation
System
endorsed.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
Attitude:
i. Focus Industrial
Automation System
installation
objective.
ii. Detail in checking
Industrial
Automation System
installation
specification
iii. Detail in checking
Industrial
Automation System
installation
procedure
iv. Systematic in
determining
Industrial
Automation System
Installation plan
v. Detail in checking
Industrial
Automation System
installation Check
list
vi. Detail in checking
Industrial
Automation System
installation tools,
equipments and
machineries

104

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
vii. Detail in checking
Industrial
Automation
installation record
systems.
viii. Detail in checking
Corrective Action
Requisition
Procedure.
ix. Detail in checking
Corrective
Installation Record
Systems.
x. Detail in verifying
Industrial
Automation System
installation
Requirements
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical
safety on all
electrically powered
equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety

105

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

& health practice at


workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.

3. Perform
Industrial
Automation
System
installation
implementati
on inspection

Industrial
Automation
System
installation
specification
confirmed.
Installation
program
specification
confirmed,
Corrective
installation
systems
specification
installation
standard
operating
procedure,
installation
implementation

i. Industrial Automation
System installation
specification
ii. Installation Program
specification
iii. Corrective Installation
Systems specification
iv. Installation standard
operating procedure
v. Installation
implementation technique
vi. mechanical part
installation program
administration
Part Assembling
requisite
Part Greasing requisite
Part Lubricating requisite
Part Joining requisite
Part Aligning requisite

106

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Part Levelling requisite


Part Gap setting
requisite
Part Limit setting
requisite
vii. electrical part installation
program monitoring
process
Part Power Supply
Termination process
Part Wiring process
Part Insulating process
Part Grounding process
Part Terminal connection
process
Part Communication
connection process
viii. Pneumatic / hydraulic part
installation Program
monitoring process
Part air supply
connection tubing
requirement
Part power pack supply
connection requirement
Part Cylinder stroke
adjustment requirement
Part switch alignment
limit setting
ix. Software uploading
method

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
technique
confirmed.
Mechanical part
installation
program
accomplished,
part Assembling,
part Greasing,
part Lubricating,
part Joining, part
Aligning, part
Levelling, part
Gap setting, part
Limit setting
confirmed.
Electrical part
installation
program
accomplished,
part Power
Supply
Termination, part
Wiring, part
Insulating, part
Grounding, part
Calibration, part
Terminal
Connection, part
Communication
Connection
confirmed.

107

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

x. Automation System
Installation
implementation report
production method
i. Check Industrial
Automation System
installation
specification
ii. Check Installation
Program
specification
iii. Corrective
Installation Systems
specification.
iv. Check installation
standard operating
procedure.
v. Check installation
implementation
technique.
vi. Monitor mechanical
part installation
program
vii. Monitor electrical
part installation
program
viii. Monitor pneumatic /
hydraulic part
installation Program
x. Carryout software
uploading

108

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
Pneumatic /
hydraulic part
installation
Program
accomplished,
part air supply
connection
tubing, part
power pack
supply
connection, part
Cylinder stroke
adjustment, part
switch alignment
limit confirmed.
Software
uploading
executed.
Industrial
Automation
System
installation
implementation
report produced.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

xi. Generate Industrial


Automation System
installation
implementation
report
Attitude:
i. Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
System installation
specification
ii. Detail in checking
Installation Program
specification
iii. Detail in checking
Corrective Installation
Systems
specification.
iv. Detail in checking
installation standard
operating procedure.
v. Detail in checking
installation
implementation
technique.
vi. Objective focused in
monitoring
mechanical part
installation program
vii. Objective focused in
monitoring electrical
part installation

109

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

program
Viii. Objective focused in
monitoring pneumatic
/ hydraulic part
installation Program
x. Focus in carrying out
software uploading
Generate Industrial Automation System installation
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical
safety on all
electrically powered
equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good
safety & health
practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.

110

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

iii. Practice paperless


office.

4. Supervise
Industrial
Automation
System trial
run

Industrial
Automation
System trial run
instruction,
Industrial
Automation
System trial run
requirement,
Industrial
Automation
System trial run
procedure, and
Industrial
Automation
System trial run
tools,
equipment and
machineries
confirmed.
Mechanical test
accomplished,
mechanical test
objective
achieved,
mechanical
testing
procedure
compliance,

i. Industrial Automation
System trial run official
instruction
ii. Industrial Automation
System trial run
requirement
iii. Industrial Automation
System trial run procedure
iv. Industrial Automation
System trial run tools,
equipment and
machineries
v. Mechanical test
monitoring
Mechanical test
objective
Mechanical testing
procedure compliance
Mechanical testing
techniques application.
Mechanical testing
irregularities
vi. Electrical test monitoring,
electrical test objective
electrical testing
procedure
electrical testing
techniques application

111

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

electrical testing
irregularities
vii. Pneumatic and hydraulic
test requirement
Pneumatic and hydraulic
test objective
Pneumatic and hydraulic
testing procedure
compliance requirement
Pneumatic and hydraulic
testing techniques
application
Pneumatic and hydraulic
testing irregularities
check list
viii. Instrument test
requirement
Instrument test objective
Instrument testing
procedure compliance
requirement
Instrument testing
techniques application
Instrument irregularities
testing requirement
ix. Industrial Automation
System trial run
requirement
System test objective
System testing
procedure compliance

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
mechanical
testing
techniques
application
displayed,
mechanical
testing
irregularities
confirmed.
Electrical test
accomplished,
electrical test
objective
achieved,
electrical testing
procedure
compliance,
electrical testing
techniques
application
displayed,
electrical testing
irregularities
confirmed.
Pneumatic and
hydraulic test
accomplished,
pneumatic and
hydraulic test
objective
achieved,

112

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

requirement
System testing
techniques application
system irregularities
testing requirement
x. Industrial Automation
System maintenance trial
run record revision
process
System test objective
System testing
procedure compliance
System testing
techniques applied.
System testing
irregularities
Industrial Automation
System trial run report.
Group trial run data
tabulation
Test result Data
behaviour interpretation
Indication interpretation
Trial run result
compilation
xi. Industrial Automation
System trial run report
generation.
i. Check Industrial
Automation System
trial run instruction

113

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
pneumatic and
hydraulic testing
procedure
compliance,
pneumatic and
hydraulic testing
techniques
application
displayed,
pneumatic and
hydraulic testing
irregularities
confirmed.
Instrument test
accomplished,
instrument test
objective
achieved,
instrument
testing
procedure
compliance,
instrument
testing
techniques
application
displayed,
instrument
testing
irregularities
confirmed.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

ii. Check Industrial


Automation System
trial run requirement
iii. Check Industrial
Automation System
trial run procedure
iv. Check Industrial
Automation System
trial run tools,
equipment and
machineries
v. monitor mechanical
test
vi. Monitor electrical
test
vii. Monitor pneumatic
and hydraulic test
viii. Monitor instrument
test
ix. Monitor Industrial
Automation System
trial run
x. Review Industrial
Automation System
maintenance trial
run record
xi. Prepare Industrial
Automation System
trial run report.

xii. Generate Industrial


114

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
Industrial
Automation
System trial run
accomplished,
system test
objective
achieved,
system testing
procedure
compliance,
system testing
techniques
application
displayed,
system
irregularities
testing
confirmed.
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
trial run record
endorsement
signed.
Industrial
Automation
System trial run
report
produced,

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Automation System
trial run report.
Attitude:
i. Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
System trial run
instruction
ii. Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
System trial run
requirement
iii. Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
System trial run
procedure
iv. Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
System trial run tools,
equipment and
machineries
v. Objective focused in
monitoring
mechanical test
vi. Objective focused in
monitoring electrical
test
vii. Objective focused in
monitoring
pneumatic and
hydraulic test
viii. Objective focused in

115

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
Group trial run
data table
produced, test
result data
behaviour
interpreted, test
result indicators
interpreted, trial
run result
conclusion
produced, and
Industrial
Automation
System trial run
report
produced.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
monitoring
instrument test
ix. Objective focused in
monitoring Industrial
Automation System
trial run
x. Detail in reviewing
Industrial Automation
System maintenance
trial run record
xi. Factual in preparing
Industrial Automation
System trial run
report.
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical
safety on all
electrically powered
equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety
& health practice at
workplace.

116

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Environment:
iv. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
v. Reduce energy
wastage.
vi. Practice paperless
office.
Industrial
Automation
System
installation
evaluation
objective
ascertained.
Industrial
Automation
System
installation
performance
indicators
interpreted.
Industrial
Automation
System
installation
performance
graded.

i. Industrial Automation
System installation
evaluation objective
determinant
ii. Industrial Automation
System installation
performance indicators
5. . Evaluate
specifications
Industrial
iii. Industrial Automation
Automation
System installation
System
performance measurement
installation
iv. performance gap
assessment
v. Strength and weaknesses
ratio
vi. Improvement program
formulation
vii. Industrial Automation
System installation
evaluation report production

117

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
Performance
gap interpreted.
Strength and
weaknesses
spelled.
Proposed
improvement
program
produced.
Industrial
Automation
System
installation
evaluation
report
produced.

i. Determine Industrial
Automation System
installation
evaluation objective
ii. Examine Industrial
Automation System
installation
performance
indicators
iii. Measure Industrial
Automation System
installation
performance
iv. Analyze
performance gap
v. Identify strength and
weaknesses
vi. Formulate proposed
improvement
program.
vii. Generate Industrial
Automation System
installation
evaluation report.
Attitude:
i. Focused in
determining Industrial
Automation System
installation evaluation

118

Training
Hours

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
objective
ii. Precise in
determining Industrial
Automation System
installation
performance
indicators
iii. Fair in measuring
Industrial Automation
System installation
performance
iv. Factual in analyzing
performance gap
v. Factual in identifying
strength and
weaknesses
vi. Creative in
formulating proposed
improvement
program.
vii. Accurate in
generating Industrial
Automation System
installation evaluation
report.
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical

119

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
safety on all
electrically powered
equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good
safety & health
practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.

120

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

6. Perform
automation
installation
supervision
report
preparation

i. Report structure
ii. Report format.
iii. Industrial Automation
System trial run report
analysis
iv. Industrial Automation
System installation
implementation report
analysis
v. Industrial automation
installation supervision
report content
preparation.
vi. Industrial automation
installation report
generation.
i. Design report
structure
ii. Determine report
format.
iii. Analyze Industrial
Automation System
trial run report.
iv. Analyze Industrial
Automation System
installation
implementation
report
v. Prepare Industrial
automation

121

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Report structure
produced.
Report format
ascertained.
Industrial
Automation
System trial run
report
interpreted.
Industrial
Automation
System
installation
implementation
report
interpreted.
Industrial
automation
installation
supervision
report content
produced.
Industrial
automation
installation
supervision
report produced.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

installation
supervision report
content.
vi. Generate Industrial
automation
installation
supervision report.

Attitude:
i. Creative in designing
report structure
ii. Specific in
determining report
format.
iii. Analytical in
analyzing Industrial
Automation System
trial run report.
iv. Analytical in
analyzing Industrial
Automation System
installation
implementation report
v. Factual in preparing
Industrial automation
installation
supervision report
content.
vi. Accurate in
generating Industrial
automation

122

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
installation
supervision report.
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical
safety on all
electrically powered
equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good
safety & health
practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.

123

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Employability Skills
Core Abilities

Social Skills

01.07 Utilize database applications to locate and process information


01.08 Utilize spreadsheets applications to locate and process
information
01.09 Utilize business graphic application to process information.
01.10 Apply a variety of mathematical techniques
01.11 Apply thinking skills and creativity.
02.09 Prepare flow charts
02.10 Prepare reports and instructions
02.11 Convey information and ideas to people.
03.09 Manage and improve performance of individuals.
03.10 Provide consultation and counselling
03.11 Monitor and evaluate performance of human resources.
03.12 Provide coaching/on-the-job training.
03.13 Develop and maintain team harmony and resolve conflicts.
03.14 Facilitate and coordinate teams and ideas.
03.15 Liaise to achieve identified outcomes.
03.16 Identify and assess client/customer needs.
03.17 Identify staff training needs and facilitate access to training.
04.06 Allocate work
04.07 Negotiate acceptance and support for objectives and strategies.
05.01 Implement project/work plans
05.02 Inspect and monitor work done and/or in progress.
06.07 Develop and maintain networks

124

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Communication skills
Conceptual skills
Interpersonal skills
Learning skills
Leadership skills
Multitasking and prioritizing
Self-discipline
Teamwork

Tools, Equipment and Materials (TEM)


Items
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Ratio (TEM: Trainee)


LCD Projector or other type of projector with white screen.
Computer Set with words processing & Graphic software.
Basic machine workshop
Basic electronic test equipment
Safety attire
Sample Documents
Stationary

1:25
1:25
1:25
1:5
1:1
1:5
As required.

REFERENCES

1. Denise Robitaille, Paton Press LLC, 2005, Document Control: A simple Guide To Managing Documentation, ISBN: 1932828-03-6
2. Mike Jones, 2012, First Steps in Documentation for the Small Business - Book 4 Business Operations, ISBN: 9781476270340
3. Jeffrey Robert Stewart, Glencoe, 1995 Professional Records Management, ISBN: 9780028010281
4. Michael Netzley & Graig Snow, Prentice Hall 1st. Ed. 2001, Guide to Report Writing ISBN 978-0130417718
5. John Bowden, Writing a Report- How to Accurate in preparing, Write & Present Really Effective, ISBN 978-1845284701

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CURRICULUM OF COMPETENCY UNIT (CoCU)


Sub Sector

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION & MECHATRONIC

Job Area

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING

NOSS Title

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING SUPERVISION

Competency Unit Title

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE SUPERVISION

Learning Outcome

The person who is competent in this CU shall be able to supervise the industrial automation system maintenance
process according to the prescribed specification, complying with the prescribed quality standards and safety
requirements, within the given time frame at optimum cost, able to minimize rate of operation idle time on
maintenance on breakdown and achieved the pre set objectives in accordance with the organization requirements.
Upon completion of this competency unit, trainees will be able to:

Competency Unit ID

Work Activities

Perform Industrial Automation System maintenance Instruction issuance


Perform Industrial Automation System maintenance requirements inspection
Perform Industrial Automation System maintenance implementation inspection
Supervise Industrial Automation System maintenance testing
Prepare Industrial Automation System maintenance test report.
Evaluate Industrial Automation System maintenance

MC-XXX-4

Related Knowledge

Level

Training Duration

Related Skills

100 Hours

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

i.
1. Perform
Industrial
Automation

Credit Hours

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode
Lecture

i. Industrial automation
system maintenance
instruction format

126

10

Assessment
Criteria
industrial
automation

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

System
maintenance
Instruction
issuance

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

ii. Industrial automation


system maintenance
instruction direction
iii. Industrial automation
system maintenance
instruction content
preparation.
iv. Industrial automation
system maintenance
instruction issuance
i. Utilize industrial
automation system
maintenance
instruction format
ii. Obtain industrial
automation system
maintenance
instruction direction
iii. Prepare industrial
automation system
maintenance
instruction content
iv. Carry out industrial
automation system
maintenance
instruction issuance
v. Record industrial
automation system
maintenance
instruction issuance

127

Practical

Assessment
Criteria
system
maintenanc
e
instruction
format
used,
industrial
automation
system
maintenanc
e
instruction
direction
spelled,
and
industrial
automation
system
maintenanc
e
instruction
content
produced.
Industrial
automation
system
maintenanc
e
instruction
issuance

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
Attitude:
i. Creative in utilizing
industrial automation
system maintenance
instruction format
ii. Resourceful in
obtaining industrial
automation system
maintenance
instruction direction
iii. Informative in
preparing industrial
automation system
maintenance
instruction content
iv. Confidence industrial
automation system
maintenance
instruction issuance
v. Accurate in recording
industrial automation
system maintenance
instruction issuance
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical
safety on all

128

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
executed
industrial
automation
system
maintenanc
e
instruction
issuance
record
produced.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

electrically powered
equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety
& health practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.

2. Perform
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
requirements
inspection

Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
objective
achieved,
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
specification,

i. Industrial Automation
System maintenance
objective.
ii. Industrial Automation
System maintenance
specification
iii. Industrial Automation
System maintenance
procedure
iv. Industrial Automation
System Total Preventive
Maintenance (TPM) plan

129

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

v. Industrial Automation
System maintenance wear
and tear spare part list
vi. Industrial Automation
System maintenance
Check list
vii. Industrial Automation
System maintenance tools,
equipments and
machineries
viii. Industrial Automation TPM
record systems.
i. Corrective Maintenance
Standard Operating
Procedure
ii. Corrective Action
Requisition Procedure.
iii. Corrective Action frequency
analysis.
ix. Corrective Maintenance
Record Systems.
x. Industrial Automation
System maintenance
Requirements
i. Observe Industrial
Automation System
maintenance
objective.
ii. Check Industrial
Automation System
maintenance
specification

130

Practical

Assessment
Criteria
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
procedure
confirmed,
Industrial
Automation
System Total
Preventive
Maintenance
(TPM) plan
ascertained,
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
wear and tear
spare part list,
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
Check list,
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
tools,
equipments
and
machineries

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

iii. Check Industrial


Automation System
maintenance
procedure
iv. Determine Industrial
Automation System
Total Preventive
Maintenance (TPM)
plan
v. Check Industrial
Automation System
maintenance wear
and tear spare part
list
vi. Check Industrial
Automation System
maintenance Check
list
vii. Check Industrial
Automation System
maintenance tools,
equipments and
machineries
viii. Check Industrial
Automation TPM
record systems.
ix. Gather Corrective
Maintenance
Standard Operating
Procedure
x. Check Corrective
Action Requisition

131

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
and Industrial
Automation
TPM record
systems
confirmed,
Corrective
Maintenance
Standard
Operating
Procedure
obtained,
Corrective
Action
Requisition
Procedure,
Corrective
Action
frequency
analysis and
Corrective
Maintenance
Record
Systems
confirmed.
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
Requirements
confirmed.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Procedure.
xi. Check Corrective
Action frequency
analysis.
xii. Check Corrective
Maintenance
Record Systems.
xiii. Verify Industrial
Automation System
maintenance
Requirements
Attitude:
i. Focus in observing
Industrial Automation
System maintenance
objective.
ii. Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
System maintenance
specification
iii. Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
System maintenance
procedure
iv. Objective focused in
determining Industrial
Automation System
Total Preventive
Maintenance (TPM)
plan
v. Detail in checking

132

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

vi.

vii.

viii.

ix.

x.

xi.

xii.

xiii.

133

Industrial Automation
System maintenance
wear and tear spare
part list
Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
System maintenance
Detail in checking list
Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
System maintenance
tools, equipments and
machineries
Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
TPM record systems.
Resourceful in
gathering Corrective
Maintenance Standard
Operating Procedure
Detail in checking
Corrective Action
Requisition Procedure.
Detail in checking
Corrective Action
frequency analysis.
Detail in checking
Corrective
Maintenance Record
Systems.
Systematic in verifying
Industrial Automation

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
System maintenance
Requirements
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical
safety on all
electrically powered
equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety
& health practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.

134

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

3. Perform
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
implementati
on inspection

i. Industrial Automation
System maintenance
specification
TPM Program
specification
Corrective
Maintenance Systems
specification.
ii. TPM standard operating
procedure compliances.
iii. TPM implementation
technique application
iv. Mechanical part TPM
Program
Greasing inspection
Lubricating inspection
Aligning inspection
Tightening inspection
Replacing inspection
Trouble shooting
inspection
Backlash setting
inspection
v. Electrical part TPM
Program
Winding check.
Continuity
Insulation check
Voltage level check
Current leakage check
Grounding checking

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode
Lecture

Assessment
Criteria
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
specification,
TPM
Program
specification
and
Corrective
Maintenance
Systems
specification
confirmed.
TPM
standard
operating
procedure
compliances,
TPM
implementati
on technique
application
mechanical
part TPM
Program
accomplishe
d, Greasing
process,

135

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Calibration check
Trouble shooting check
vi. Pneumatic / hydraulic
part TPM Program
Leaking check
Pressure check
Blocking check
Oil level check
xvi. Robotic TPM Program
monitoring.
Troubleshoot robot
electrical system
Maintain robot
mechanical
mechanism
vii. Instrument TPM
Program
Calibration check
Continuity check
Voltage level check.
Current leakage check
Trouble shooting check
viii. Correction Action
Request Order.
Corrective Action
Request jobsheet
Corrective Action
Request order.
Corrective Action
Request feedback
Corrective Action

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
Lubricating
process,
Aligning
process,
Tightening
process,
Replacing
process ,
backlash
setting
process and
troubleshooti
ng process
confirmed.
Electrical
part TPM
Program
accomplishe
d, Winding
process,
Continuity,
Insulation,
Voltage
level, Current
leakage,
Grounding
checking,
instrument
Calibration
and Trouble

136

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Request Report
Corrective Action
Request Logbook
ix. Industrial Automation
System maintenance
implementation report
i. Check Industrial
Automation System
maintenance
specification
ii. Monitor TPM
standard operating
procedure
compliances.
iii. Monitor TPM
implementation
technique
application
iv. monitor mechanical
part TPM Program
v. monitor electrical
part TPM Program
vi. monitor pneumatic /
hydraulic part TPM
Program
vii. Monitor robotic TPM
Program
viii. monitor instrument
TPM Program
ix. Monitor Correction
Action Request

137

Practical

Assessment
Criteria
shooting
confirmed.
Pneumatic /
hydraulic
part TPM
Program
accomplishe
d, Leaking,
Pressure and
Blocking
handling
confirmed,
and Oil level
checking
confirmed.
Robotic TPM
Program
accomplishe
d, robot
electrical
system
troubleshooti
ng executed,
robot
mechanical
mechanism
maintenance
monitoring
executed.
Instrument
TPM

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Order.
x. Generate Industrial
Automation System
maintenance
implementation
report
Attitude:
i. Detail in checking
Industrial Automation
System maintenance
specification
ii. Objective focused in
monitoring TPM
standard operating
procedure
compliances.
iii. Objective focused in
monitoring TPM
implementation
technique application
iv. Objective focused in
monitoring mechanical
part TPM Program
v. Objective focused in
monitoring electrical
part TPM Program
vi. Objective focused in
monitoring pneumatic /
hydraulic part TPM
Program

138

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
Program
accomplishe
d,
instrument
Calibration,
Continuity
test, Voltage
level, Current
leakage and
Troubleshoot
ing process
confirmed.
Corrective
Action
Request
Order
accomplishe
d, Corrective
Action
Request job
sheet
received,
Corrective
Action
Request
order
performed,
Corrective
Action
Request
feedback
obtained,

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
vii. Objective focused in
carrying out Robotic
TPM Program
viii. Objective focused in
monitoring instrument
TPM Program
ix. Objective focused in
monitoring Correction
Action Request Order.
x. Accurate in generating
Industrial Automation
System maintenance
implementation report
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical
safety on all
electrically powered
equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety
& health practice at
workplace.

139

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
Corrective
Action
Request
Report
closed and
Corrective
Action
Request
Logbook
updated.
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
implementati
on report
generated.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.

4. Supervise
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
testing

Lecture

i. Mechanical test
Test objective
Testing procedure
compliance
Testing techniques
applied.
Testing irregularities
ii. Electrical test
Test objective
Testing Procedure
compliance
Testing techniques
applied.
Testing irregularities
iii. Pneumatic and hydraulic
test
Test objective
Testing procedure
compliance
Testing techniques
applied.

Mechanical
test
accomplished,
mechanical
test objective
achieved,
mechanical
testing
procedure
compliance
ensured and
mechanical
testing
techniques
used,
mechanical
testing
irregularities
confirmed.
Electrical test
accomplished,

140

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Testing irregularities
iv. Instrument test
Test objective
Testing procedure
compliance
Testing techniques
applied.
Testing irregularities
v. Industrial Automation
System maintenance test
record
i. monitor mechanical
test
ii. monitor electrical
test
iii. monitor pneumatic
and hydraulic test
iv. monitor instrument
test
v. Inspect Industrial
Automation System
maintenance test
record

Practical

Attitude:
i. Objective focused in
monitoring mechanical
test

141

Assessment
Criteria
electrical test
objective
achieved,
electrical
testing
procedure
compliance
ensured,
electrical
testing
techniques
used and
electrical
testing
irregularities
confirmed
Pneumatic
and hydraulic
test
accomplished,
pneumatic and
hydraulic test
objective
achieved,
pneumatic and
hydraulic
testing
procedure
compliance
ensured,
pneumatic and

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
ii. Objective focused in
monitoring electrical
test
iii. Objective focused in
monitoring pneumatic
and hydraulic test
iv. Objective focused in
monitoring instrument
test
v. Systematic in
inspecting Industrial
Automation System
maintenance test
record
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical safety
on all electrically
powered equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety &
health practice at
workplace.

142

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
hydraulic
testing
techniques
used and
pneumatic and
hydraulic
testing
irregularities
confirmed.
Instrument test
accomplished,
instrument
test objective
achieved,
instrument
testing
procedure
compliance
ensured,
instrument
testing
techniques
used and
instrument
testing
irregularities
confirmed.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.

5. Prepare
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
test report.

i. Group test data


ii. Test data scattered
diagram
iii. Test tolerance line.
iv. Data behaviour
v. Indicators translation
v. Test result conclusion
vi. Industrial Automation
System maintenance test
report.

Lecture

i.

Tabulate group
test data
ii. Plot test data
scattered diagram
iii. Plot test tolerance
line.
iv. Describe data
behaviour
v. Translate
indicators
v. Conclude test
result.

143

Practical

Group test
data
displayed,
test data
scattered
diagram
plotted, test
tolerance line
produced,
data
behaviour
described,
indicators
interpretedd,
test result
ascertained,
and
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
test report

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

vi. Generate
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance test
report.

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
produced.

Attitude:
i. Systematic in
tabulating group test
data
ii. Accurate in plotting
test data scattered
diagram
iii. Accurate in plotting
test tolerance line.
iv. Analytical in
describing data
behaviour
v. Accurate in
translating indicators
v. Precise in
concluding test result.
vi. Accurate in
generating Industrial
Automation System
maintenance test
report.

144

Training
Hours

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical safety
on all electrically
powered equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety &
health practice at
workplace.
Environment:
iv. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
v. Reduce energy
wastage.
vi. Practice paperless
office.

6. Evaluate
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance

Lecture

i.

Industrial Automation
System maintenance
evaluation objective
ii. Industrial Automation
System maintenance
performance indicators

145

. Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
evaluation
objective

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

iii. Industrial Automation


System maintenance
performance
iv. Performance gap
v. Identify strength and
weaknesses
vi. Proposed improvement
program.
vii. Industrial Automation
System maintenance
evaluation report.
i. Determine Industrial
Automation System
maintenance
evaluation objective
ii. Examine Industrial
Automation System
maintenance
performance
indicators
iii. Measure Industrial
Automation System
maintenance
performance
iv. Analyze
performance gap
v. Identify strength
and weaknesses
vi. Formulate
proposed
improvement

146

Practical

Assessment
Criteria
ascertained,
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
performance
indicators
interpreted,
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
performance
graded,
performance
gap
interpreted,
strength and
weaknesses
ascertained,
proposed
improvement
program
produced,
Industrial
Automation
System
maintenance
evaluation
report
produced.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

program.
vii. Generate Industrial
Automation System
maintenance
evaluation report.
Attitude:
i. Focus in determining
Industrial Automation
System maintenance
evaluation objective
ii. Detail in examining
Industrial Automation
System maintenance
performance indicators
iii. Accurate in measuring
Industrial Automation
System maintenance
performance
iv. Detail in analyzing
performance gap
v. Focus in identifying
strength and
weaknesses
vi. Systematic in
formulating proposed
improvement program.
vii. Accurate in
generating Industrial
Automation System
maintenance
evaluation report.

147

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

i. Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical safety
on all electrically
powered equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety &
health practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.

148

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

Employability Skills
Core Abilities

Social Skills

01.07 Utilize database applications to locate and process information


01.08 Utilize spreadsheets applications to locate and process
information
01.09 Utilize business graphic application to process information.
01.10 Apply a variety of mathematical techniques
01.11 Apply thinking skills and creativity.
02.09 Prepare flow charts
02.10 Prepare reports and instructions
02.11 Convey information and ideas to people.
03.09 Manage and improve performance of individuals.
03.10 Provide consultation and counselling
03.11 Monitor and evaluate performance of human resources.
03.12 Provide coaching/on-the-job training.
03.13 Develop and maintain team harmony and resolve conflicts.
03.14 Facilitate and coordinate teams and ideas.
03.15 Liaise to achieve identified outcomes.
03.16 Identify and assess client/customer needs.
03.17 Identify staff training needs and facilitate access to training.
04.06 Allocate work
04.07 Negotiate acceptance and support for objectives and strategies.
05.01 Implement project/work plans
05.02 Inspect and monitor work done and/or in progress.
06.07 Develop and maintain networks

149

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Communication skills
Conceptual skills
Interpersonal skills
Learning skills
Leadership skills
Multitasking and prioritizing
Self-discipline
Teamwork

Tools, Equipment and Materials (TEM)


Items
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Ratio (TEM: Trainee)


LCD Projector or other type of projector with white screen.
Computer Set with words processing
Testing equipment
Safety attire
Sample Maintenance form and check sheet
Automation Engineering work tool set.
Industrial Automation Systems Model set
Industrial Automation Systems maintenance materials
Stationary

1:25
1:25
1:5
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:5
As required.
As required.

REFERENCES
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CURRICULUM OF COMPETENCY UNIT (CoCU)


Sub Sector

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION & MECHATRONIC

Job Area

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING

Noss Title

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING

Competency Unit Title

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ENGINEERING UNIT SUPERVISORY FUNCTION

Learning Outcome

The person who is competent in this CU shall be able to lead industrial automation unit functions, ensure the optimum
usage of manpower and all other allocated resources to provide a specified services and products, maintain specified
level of service quality and productivity improvement, employee job satisfaction and confidence, and achieved predetermined objectives in accordance with the organizational requirements. Upon completion of this competency unit,
trainees will be able to :
Perform Industrial Automation Engineering Support Service routine briefing.
Perform subordinate performance appraisal exercise
Optimize manpower utilization
Perform Industrial Automation Engineering support service unit performance measurement.
Perform Industrial Automation Engineering support service performance problem solving
Perform work area housekeeping resources allocation
Monitor work area housekeeping activities.

Competency Unit ID

Work Activities

HRM-XXX-5

Level

Related Knowledge

Training Duration

Related Skills

200 Hours

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

1. Perform
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
Support

i. Industrial Automation
Engineering Support
Service routine briefing
delivery
ii. Team members gathering

Credit Hours

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode
Lecture

151

20

Assessment
Criteria
Pre-casting
preparation
operation

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Service
routine
briefing.

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

iii. Induction set/motivation


delivery
iv. Industrial Automation
Engineering objective
explanation.
v. Current operation
performance status.
vi. Operational activities
changes
vii. Operation starting briefing
conclusion
viii. Occupational safety &
health briefing.
ix. Personal Protective
Equipment.
x. Occupational safety &
health objective
explanation
xi. Occupational safety &
health issues.
xii. Safety & health
awareness generation
xiii. Occupational safety &
health briefing conclusion
xiv. Operation and
occupational safety &
health briefing record.
xv. Operation briefing record
sheet.

Assessment
Criteria
briefing
executed,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
team
members met,
induction
set/motivation
received,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
objective
visualised,
current
operation
performance
status
understood,
critical issues
understood,
operational
activities
changes
conveyed, and
operation
starting
briefing
concluded.

i. Prepare Industrial

152

Practical

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
Personal
Protective
Equipment
checked,
occupational
safety & health
objective
interpreted,
occupational
safety & health
issues
highlighted,
safety & health
awareness
produced,
occupational
safety & health
briefing
concluded.

Automation
Engineering Support
Service routine
briefing
requirements.
ii. Deliver Industrial
Automation
Engineering Support
Servicebriefing
iii. Deliver occupational
safety and health
briefing.
iv. Conclude Industrial
Automation
Engineering Support
Service routine
briefing Obtain
Operation briefing
record sheet.
v. Announce Operation
resumption
declaration.
Attitude:

i. Objective Focused in
preparing Industrial
Automation
Engineering Support
Service routine briefing
requirements.
ii. Informative in delivering
Industrial Automation

153

Training
Hours

Operation
briefing record
sheet
collected,
Operation
briefing record
sheet
furnished,
operation
resumption
declaration

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
Engineering Support
Servicebriefing
iii. Informative in
delivering
occupational safety &
health briefing.
iv. Factual in concluding
Industrial Automation
Engineering Support
Service routine briefing
Obtain Operation
briefing record sheet.
v. Confidence in
announcing Operation
resumption
declaration.
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical
safety on all
electrically powered
equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety

154

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
received.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

& health practice at


workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.
2. Perform
subordinate
performance
appraisal
exercise

Lecture

I. Subordinate performance
appraisal exercise
instruction.
ii. Prepare subordinate
performance appraisal
exercise.
iii. Conduct subordinate
performance appraisal
exercise
iv.Performance appraisal
interview
v.Subordinate's performance
measurement data.
vi.Performance measurement
briefing procedure and
methodology.
vii.Subordinate's
performance
measurement data.
viii.Compute performance

155

Subordinate
performance
appraisal
exercise
instruction
interpreted,
Instruction
Source,
Instruction
authority and
Instruction
validity
confirmed,
Instruction
content
interpreted,
and
subordinate
performance
appraisal

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

achievement score index


against key performance
indicator index.
ix. Subordinate's strength.
x. Subordinate's weaknesses
discussion.
xi. Working environment
performance factors
discussion.
xii.Performance improvement
measures.
xiii. Subordinate performance
appraisal discussion
findings.
xiv.Subordinate performance
evaluation score ranking.
xv. Subordinate performance
appraisal score validity
justification.
xvi. Subordinate
performance appraisal
exercise report.
xvii. Subordinate
performance appraisal
exercise report

i. Examine subordinate
performance
appraisal exercise
instruction.

156

Practical

Assessment
Criteria
exercise
instruction
acceptance
signed.
Subordinate
performance
appraisal
exercise
requirementsli
sted,
Departmental
strategic plan
document,
Team
performance
record,
Subordinate
performance
record,
Subordinate
performance
measurement
record and
Pre-set key
performance
indicators
displayed.
Subordinate
performance
appraisal
exercise and

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

ii. Prepare subordinate


performance
appraisal exercise
requirements.
iii. Conduct subordinate
performance
appraisal exercise
iv. Conclude
subordinate
performance
appraisal discussion
findings.
v. Submit subordinate
performance
appraisal exercise
report.

Attitude:
i. Detail in examining
subordinate
performance appraisal
exercise instruction.
ii. Objective focused in
preparing subordinate
performance appraisal
exercise
iii. Factual in conducting
subordinate
performance appraisal
exercise.
iv. Factual in concluding

157

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
performance
appraisal
interview
executed,
subordinate's
performance
measurement
data
displayed,
performance
measurement
procedure and
methodology
interpreted,
and
subordinate's
performance
measurement
agreed,
performance
achievement
score index
against key
performance
indicator index
computed,
subordinate's
strength,
subordinate's
weaknesses,
working
environment

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
subordinate
performance appraisal
discussion findings.
v. Confidence in
submitting subordinate
performance appraisal
exercise report.
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical safety
on all electrically
powered equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety &
health practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless

158

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
performance
factors and
performance
improvement
measures
agreed.
Subordinate
performance
appraisal
discussion
findings
finalised,
Subordinate
performance
evaluation
score ranking
displayed and
subordinate
performance
appraisal
score validity
justification
produced.
Subordinate
performance
appraisal
exercise report
accepted,
subordinate
performance
appraisal

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

office.

3. Optimize
manpower
utilization

exercise report
produced,
prescribed
subordinate
performance
appraisal
exercise report
form used,
subordinate
performance
appraisal
exercise report
submission
procedure
completed,
and
subordinate
performance
appraisal
exercise report
submission
executed..
Lecture

i. Manpower utilization
instruction.
Industrial automation
operation standard hours
& cycle time list
requirements.
Industrial automation
operation standard

159

Assessment
Criteria

manpower
utilization
instruction
Interpreted,
Instruction
Source,
Instruction

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

hours & cycle time list.


Set activities standard
duration computation.
Industrial automation
operation standard
hours & cycle time list
reference table
generation.
Team members job
clocking data.
vii. Manpower efficiency
status.
Actual work duration
against standard hours
and cycle time
computation.
Avoidable manpower
idling duration
computation.
Unavoidable
manpower idling
duration computation.
Statistical industrial
automation operation
standard hours & cycle
time status table
preparation.
Statistical industrial
automation operation
standard hours & cycle
time status table

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
authority and
Instruction
validity
confirmed,
Instruction
content
Interpreted
and
subordinate
performance
appraisal
exercise
instruction
acceptance
acknowledged
.
Industrial
automation
operation
standard
hours & cycle
time list
requirements
produced,
industrial
automation
operation
standard
hours & cycle
time list listed,

160

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

submission.
xiii. Unit manpower
distribution,
Work Assignment
allocation trend
analysis.
Industrial automation
unit capacity.
Manpower utilization
balancing exercise.
Unit manpower
distribution analysis.
xviii. Revised unit manpower
requirements and
distribution proposal.
Xix. Revised unit manpower
requirements and
distribution proposal
generation.
xx. Revised unit manpower
requirements and
distribution proposal
document preparation.
xxi. Revised unit manpower
requirements and
distribution proposal
document submission.
Revised unit manpower
requirements and
distribution proposal
generation.

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
set activities
standard
duration
finalised,
industrial
automation
operation
standard
hours & cycle
time list
reference
table
produced, and
team
members job
clocking data
listed.
Manpower
efficiency
status, actual
work duration
against
standard
hours and
cycle time,
avoidable
manpower
idling duration
and
unavoidable

161

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Revised unit manpower


requirements and
distribution proposal
document preparation.
Revised unit manpower
requirements and
distribution proposal
document submission.
i. Examine manpower
utilization
instruction.
ii. Prepare industrial
automation operation
standard hours &
cycle time list
requirements.
iii. Compute Manpower
efficiency status.
iv. Revise unit
manpower
distribution
v. Submit revised unit
manpower
requirements and
distribution proposal.

Practical

Attitude:
i. Detail in examining
manpower utilization

162

Assessment
Criteria
manpower
idling duration
finalised,
statistical
industrial
automation
operation
standard
hours & cycle
time status
table
submission
acknowledged
,
Unit
manpower
distribution
revision
displayed,
assignment
allocation
trend
interpreted,
industrial
automation
unit capacity
interpreted,
manpower
utilization
balancing
exercise

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
instruction.
ii. Accurate in preparing
industrial automation
operation standard
hours & cycle time list
requirements.
iii. Accurate in computing
manpower efficiency
status..
iv. Reasonable in revising
unit manpower
distribution
v. Objective focused in
submitting revised unit
manpower
requirements and
distribution proposal.
vi. Objective focused in
submitting revised unit
manpower
requirements and
distribution proposal
document.
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical safety
on all electrically
powered equipment.

163

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
executed, unit
manpower
distribution
analysis
finalised.
Revised unit
manpower
requirements
and
distribution
proposal
submission
acknowledged
, revised unit
manpower
requirements
and
distribution
proposal
produced,
revised unit
manpower
requirements
and
distribution
proposal
document
produced,
revised unit
manpower
requirements

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

iv. Enforce safety &


health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety &
health practice at
workplace.

Assessment
Criteria
and
distribution
proposal
document
submission
acknowledged
.

Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.
4. Perform
Industrial
Automatio
n
Engineeri
ng
support
service
unit
performan
ce
measure
ment.

Lecture

i. Industrial Automation
Engineering support
service unit performance
dash board.
Performance objective
determinant.
Performance control
parameter.
Performance standard
Key performance
indicator
ii. Industrial Automation
Engineering support
service record.

164

Industrial
Automation
Engineering
support
service unit
performance
dash board
produced,
performance
objective,
performance
control
parameter,
performance

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Actual operation result


against planned target
measurement.
Current Industrial
Automation Engineering
support service
performance status
computation
Statistical performance
control chart.
Performance gap.
Study reported
operational issues.
xi. Overall Industrial
Automation Engineering
support service
performance report.
Report structure
Report format
Report content
i. Establish Industrial
Automation
Engineering support
service unit
performance dash
board.
ii. Examine Industrial
Automation
Engineering support

165

Practical

Assessment
Criteria
standard and
key
performance
indicator
ascertained.
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
support
service unit
record
interpreted,
actual
operation
result against
planned target
graded,
current
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
support
service
performance
status
produced,
statistical
performance
control chart
produced,
performance

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

service unit record.


iii. Generate overall
Industrial
Automation
Engineering support
service performance
report.

Attitude:
i. Objective focused in
establishing Industrial
Automation
Engineering support
service unit
performance dash
board.
ii. Detail in examining
Industrial Automation
Engineering support
service unit record.
iii. Accurate in generating
overall Industrial
Automation
Engineering support
service performance
report.
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work

166

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
gap
ascertained,
reported
operational
issues
understood.
Overall
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
support
service
performance
report, report
structure,
report format
and report
content
produced.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical safety
on all electrically
powered equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety &
health practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.
5. Perform
Industrial
Automatio
n
Engineeri
ng
support
service
performan
ce

Lecture

i. Industrial Automation
Engineering support
service performance
issues diagnostic.
Team members
meeting.
Performance gaps
analysis
Resistance to

167

Industrial
Automation
Engineering
support
service
performance
issues listed,
team
members
met,

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

problem
solving

performance
exploration
Source of
performance problem
identification
ii. Industrial Automation
Engineering support
service performance
problem proposed
solution
Alternative solution
development
viii.Best solution
selection.
Selected solution
refining.
Proposed solution
justification.
Proposed solution
implementation
endorsement
iii. Industrial Automation
Engineering support
service performance
problem solution
implementation.
Industrial Automation
Engineering support
service performance
problem solution
delegation

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
performance
gaps
interpreted,
resistance to
performance
listed, source
of
performance
problem
listed.
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
support
service
performance
problem
proposed
solution
produced,
alternative
solution
listed, best
solution
ascertained,
selected
solution
refined,
proposed
solution

168

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
confirmed,
proposed
solution
implementati
on
endorsement
signed.

Industrial Automation
Engineering support
service performance
problem solving
activities coordination.
Industrial Automation
Engineering support
service performance
problem solving
process.
iv. Industrial Automation
Engineering support
service performance
issues status check.

i. Diagnose Industrial
Automation
Engineering support
service performance
issues.
ii. Establish Industrial
Automation
Engineering support
service performance
problem proposed
solution
iii. Implement Industrial
Automation
Engineering support
service performance

169

Practical

Industrial
Automation
Engineering
support
service
performance
problem
solution
executed,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
support
service
performance
problem
solution
responsibility
delegated,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
support

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

problem solution
iv. Obtain Industrial
Automation
Engineering support
service performance
issues status.

Attitude:
.i. Investigative in
diagnosing Industrial
Automation
Engineering support
service performance
issues.
ii. Creative in
establishing Industrial
Automation
Engineering support
service performance
problem proposed
solution
iii. Objective focused in
i8mplementing
Industrial Automation
Engineering support
service performance
problem solution
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.

170

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
service
performance
problem
solving
activities
coordinated,
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
support
service
performance
problem
solving
progress
noted and
Industrial
Automation
Engineering
support
service
performance
problem
resolved and
record
produced.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria

ii. Ensure safe work


methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical safety
on all electrically
powered equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety &
health practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
iii. Practice paperless
office.
i.
6.

Perform
work area
housekeeping
resources
allocation

Lecture

Work area
housekeeping cleaning
volume and frequencies
computation
General cleaning
activities.
Operation process
cleaning activities.
Periodical area

171

Work area
housekeeping
cleaning
volume and
frequencies,
general
cleaning
activities
volume and
frequencies ,

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

cleaning activities.
Ad Hoc cleaning
activities.
vi. Work area
housekeeping
manpower requirements
computation
General Floor cleaning
man hour rate
Work station cleaning
man hour rate
Work bench man hour
rate
Machineries cleaning
man hour rate
Conveyor cleaning
man hour rate
Material storage
cleaning man hour rate
Process materials
storage cleaning man
hour rate
Process materials
waiting apron cleaning
man hour rate
Passageway cleaning
man hour rate
s Common area
Air cleaning man hour
rate
vii. Work area housekeeping

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
production
process
cleaning
activities ,
volume and
frequencies,
periodical area
cleaning
activities
volume and
frequencies
and Ad Hoc
cleaning
activities
volume and
frequencies
list produced
Work area
housekeeping
manpower
requirements,
general Floor
cleaning man
hour rate,
work station
cleaning man
hour rate,
work bench
man hour rate,
machineries

172

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

tools, equipment and


materials requirement.
Wet cleaning process
Dry cleaning process
Oil cleaning process
Blow cleaning process
Machinery cleaning
process
Work bench cleaning
process.
Conveyor cleaning
process
General cleaning
process
viii. Work area
housekeeping roster
generation
Total work area
housekeeping man
hours computation.
Total work area
housekeeping
manpower
computation.
Work area
housekeeping work
grouping assignment.
work area operating
days.
Work area
housekeeping roster

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
cleaning man
hour rate,
conveyor
cleaning man
hour rate, raw
Material
Storage
cleaning man
hour rate,
process
materials
storage
cleaning man
hour rate,
process
materials
waiting apron
cleaning man
hour rate.
passageway
cleaning man
hour rate, s
common area
and air
cleaning man
hour rate list
produced.
Work area
housekeeping
tools,

173

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

development.
ix. Allocate work area
housekeeping
resources.
Work area
housekeeping
manpower distribution.
W area housekeeping
materials allocation
plan development.
Work area
housekeeping tools
and equipment
allocation plan
development
Work area
housekeeping tools,
equipment and
materials requisition
generation.
i. Compute work area
housekeeping
cleaning volume
and frequencies
ii. Compute work area
housekeeping
manpower
requirements
iii. Examine work area
housekeeping tools,
equipment and

174

Practical

Assessment
Criteria
equipment and
materials
(TEM)
requirements,
wet cleaning
process TEM
requirements,
dry cleaning
process TEM
requirements,
oil cleaning
process TEM
requirements,
blow cleaning
process TEM
requirements,
machinery
cleaning
process TEM
requirements,
work bench
cleaning
process. TEM
requirements,
furnace
cleaning
process TEM
requirements,
conveyor
cleaning
process TEM

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

materials
requirements
iv. Generate work
area housekeeping
roster.
v. Allocate work area
housekeeping
resources.

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
requirements
and general
cleaning
process TEM
requirements
listed.

Attitude:
i. Accurate in computing
work area
housekeeping cleaning
volume and
frequencies
ii. Accurate in computing
work area
housekeeping
manpower
requirements
iii. Detail in examining
work area
housekeeping tools,
equipment and
materials requirements
iv. Clear in generating
work area
housekeeping roster.
v. Fair in allocating work
area housekeeping
resources.

175

Training
Hours

Work area
housekeeping
roster
produced, total
work area
housekeeping
man hours
and total
work area
housekeeping
manpower
produced,
work area
housekeeping
work grouping
listed, work
area operating
days
ascertained
and work
area
housekeeping
roster
produced.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical safety
on all electrically
powered equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working
condition.
vi. Promote good safety &
health practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
Practice paperless
office.

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Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
Work area
housekeeping
resources
distributed,
work area
housekeeping
manpower
distribution
produced,
work area
housekeeping
materials
allocation plan
and work
area
housekeeping
tools and
equipment
allocation plan
produced,
work area
housekeeping
tools,
equipment
and materials
requisition
submission
confirmed.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
Work area
housekeeping
inspection
requirements
produced,
work area
Housekeeping
objective
achieved,
work area
Housekeeping
parameters
covered, work
area
Housekeeping
activities list
confirmed,
work area
housekeeping
specification
used and
work area
housekeeping
inspection
checklist used.
Work area
housekeeping
activities,
general floor
cleaning ,
work station

i.

7. Monitor work
area
housekeeping
activities.

Training
Hours

Work area housekeeping


inspection requirements
Work area
Housekeeping
objective
Work area
Housekeeping
parameters.
Work area
Housekeeping
activities list.
Work area
housekeeping
specification.
Work area
housekeeping
inspection checklist.
ii. Work area housekeeping
activities.
General Floor cleaning
Work station cleaning
Work bench
Machineries cleaning
Raw Material Storage
cleaning
Process materials
storage cleaning
Process materials
waiting apron cleaning.
Passageway cleaning

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Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental

Air cleaning
iii. Work area housekeeping
evaluation.
Work area
housekeeping objective.
Work area
housekeeping key
performance indicators.
Work area
housekeeping
performance
Performance gap
Work area
housekeeping evaluation
result.
iv. Work area housekeeping
inspection report.
i. Prepare work area
housekeeping
inspection
requirements
ii. Inspect work area
housekeeping
activities.
iii. Evaluate work area
housekeeping
iv. Develop work area
housekeeping
inspection report.

178

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
cleaning, work
bench,
machineries
cleaning, raw
Material
Storage
cleaning,
process
materials
storage
cleaning,
process
materials
waiting apron
cleaning,
passageway
cleaning and
air cleaning
activities
verified.
Work area
housekeeping
graded, Work
area
housekeeping
objective
achieved,
Work area
housekeeping
key
performance

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/
Environmental
Attitude:
i. Objective focused in
preparing work area
housekeeping
inspection
requirements.
ii. Thorough in inspecting
work area
housekeeping
activities.
iii. Factual in evaluating
work area
housekeeping
iv. Informative in
developing work area
housekeeping
inspection report.
Safety:
i. Ensure data safety.
ii. Ensure safe work
methodology.
iii. Ensure electrical safety
on all electrically
powered equipment.
iv. Enforce safety &
health rules and
regulations
v. Ensure safe working

179

Training
Hours

Delivery
Mode

Assessment
Criteria
indicators
used, work
area
housekeeping
performance
announced,
performance
gap
interpreted
and work area
housekeeping
evaluation
findings
produced.
Work area
housekeeping
inspection
report
produced,
report
structure
produced,
report format
used, report
content
produced and
report
endorsement
signed.

Work Activities

Related Knowledge

Related Skills

Attitude/Safety/

Training
Hours

Environmental

Delivery
Mode

condition.
vi. Promote good safety &
health practice at
workplace.
Environment:
i. Ensure energy saver
office equipments.
ii. Reduce energy
wastage.
Practice paperless
office.

Employability Skills
Core Abilities
04.08
04.09
04.10
05.03
05.04
05.05
06.08

Social Skills
Develop and negotiate staffing plans
Prepare project/work plans
Utilize science and technology to achieve goals
Allocate and record usage of financial and physical resources
Delegate responsibilities and/or authority
Coordinate contract and tender activities
Identify and analyse effect of technology on the environment

180

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Communication skills
Conceptual skills
Interpersonal skills
Learning skills
Leadership skills
Multitasking and prioritizing
Self-discipline
Teamwork

Assessment
Criteria

Tools, Equipment and Materials (TEM)


Items

Ratio (TEM: Trainee)


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

LCD Projector or other type of projector with white screen.


Computer Set with words processing & Graphic software.
Sample of raw data and draft of documents.
Sample of Supervision checklist
Performance appraisal form
Stationery

1:25
1:1
1:5
1:1
1:1
As required

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