Pressure bandagesThermometersFirst Aid KitEyewashPocket Face MasksRubber GlovesDressingNeck braceVideo materialsLearning moduleMETHODOLOGIES:Self-paced learningDemonstrationIndividual practiceRole playASSESSMENT METHODS:Written testDemonstrationObservation/InterviewCBC Driving NC III (Articulated Vehicle)- 91 -
LO5.PROVIDE NEEDS OF INJURED VICTIM BASED ON EMERGENCY PROCEDURESASSESSMENT CRITERIA1.Needs of injured victim is determined and provided based on emergency procedures.2.Medical assistance and support is arranged in accordance with workplace proceduresCONTENTS: Appraisal of injured victim’s needs in emergency situationsFacilitating medical assistanceCONDITIONS:Students/trainees must be provided with the following:First aid kitLearning moduleVideo materialsMETHODOLOGIES:Self paced learningDemonstrationIndividual practiceRole playASSESSMENT METHODS:Written testDemonstrationObservation/Interview- 92 -CBC Driving NC III (Articulated Vehicle)
UNIT OF COMPETENCY:DRIVE ARTICULATED VEHICLEMODULE TITLE:DRIVING ARTICULATED VEHICLEMODULE DESCRIPTION:This module involves the skills and knowledge and attitudes required to drive an articulated vehicle safely including handling of cargoes, systematic and efficient control of all vehicle functions, monitoring of traffic and road conditions, management of vehicle condition, and performance and effective management of hazardous situations.NOMINAL DURATION:20 hoursSUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:Upon completion of this module, the trainee/student must be able to:LO1.Identify different parts of articulated vehicleLO2.Drive articulated vehicleLO3.Follow standard procedures in driving articulated vehicleLO4.Manage different types of driving hazardsLO5. Monitor irregular performance of the vehicleLO6.Perform minor vehicle maintenanceLO7.Safeguard pertinent documents for cargoes to be transportedCBC Driving NC III (Articulated Vehicle)- 93 -
LO1.IDENTIFY DIFFERENT PARTS OF ARTICULATED VEHICLEASSESSMENT CRITERIA:1.Parts and functions of the different parts of articulated vehicle are identified.2.Articulated vehicle inspection is performed as per manufacturer’s specification. 3.Safety harness/devices and tools are checked according to LTO/LTFRB requirements.CONTENTS: Parts and functions of different parts of the articulated vehicleProcedures in inspecting the articulated vehicleSafety harnesses and toolsCONDITIONS:Students/trainees must be provided with the following:Vehicle unitManufacturer’s manualLearning moduleMETHODOLOGIES:Self-paced learningLecture/discussionASSESSMENT METHODS:Written testDemonstrationObservation/Interview- 94 -CBC Driving NC III (Articulated Vehicle)
LO2.DRIVE ARTICULATED VEHICLEASSESSMENT CRITERIA:1.Actual driving is observed according to set standards.
- Fall '18
- rayki buat
- Measuring instrument, Articulated vehicle