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PRACTICAL ASSESSMENTS For use with IMIAL Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles (VRQ) I.D NO: 500/9814/7

Please read Assessor and Verifier Guidance for IMI SSC technical VRQ’s prior to delivering these Practical Assessments. Please Note: The number of tasks that require completing for each unit are specified in the evidence requirements of the Assessment Criteria document for each qualification. e.g. 3 systems out of 5 listed

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CONTENTS G0102S - Skills in Health and Safety and Good Housekeeping in the Automotive Environment

p3

G3S - Skills in Supporting Job Roles in the Automotive Work Environment

p6

G4S –Skills in Materials, Fabrication, Tools and Measuring Devices in the Automotive Environment

p8

AE06S – Skills in Diagnosing and Rectifying Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults

p11

LV07S – Skills in Diagnosing and Rectifying Light Vehicle Engine Faults

p39

LV08S – Skills in Diagnosing and Rectifying Light Vehicle Chassis System Faults

p54

G6S – Skills in How to Make Learning Possible Through Demonstrations and Instructions

p63

G8S –Skills in Identifying and Agreeing Motor Vehicle Customer Service Needs

p66

LV0506S –Skills in Inspecting Light Vehicles Using Prescribed Methods

p68

LV11.1S –Skills in Overhauling Light Vehicle Engine Mechanical Units

p71

LV11.2S - Skills in Overhauling Light Vehicle Transmission Units

p73

LV11.3S –Skills in Overhauling Light Vehicle Steering and Suspension Units

p75

LV13S – Skills in Diagnosing and Rectifying Light Vehicle Transmission and Driveline Faults

p77

BP18S –Skills in Removing and Fitting Basic Light Vehicle Mechanical, Electrical and Trim (MET) Components and Non Permanently Fixed Vehicle Body Panels p85


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

UNIT REF: G0102S

SKILLS RECORD SHEET UNIT TITLE: SKILLS IN HEALTH, SAFETY AND GOOD HOUSEKEEPING IN THE AUTOMOTIVE ENVIRONMENT

This unit is best assessed in conjunction with other units e.g whilst undertaking an engine repair, however a specific centre devised assessment may be created if desired to assess this unit ‘standalone’. If an assessment is devised, centres must ensure that all assessment criteria are covered. LEARNING OUTCOME

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

The Learner will:

The Learner will:

1. Be able to use correct personal and vehicle protection within the automotive environment

EVIDENCE LOCATION ASSESSOR NOTES

1.1. Select and use personal protective equipment throughout activities. To include appropriate protection of: a. eyes b. ears c. head d. skin e. feet f. hands g. lungs 1.2. Select and use vehicle protective equipment throughout all activities. 2.1 Select and use cleaning equipment which is of the right type and suitable for the task. 2.2 Use utilities and appropriate consumables, avoiding waste.

2. Be able to carry out effective housekeeping practices in the automotive environment

2.3 Use materials and equipment to carry out cleaning and maintenance duties in allocated work areas, following automotive work environment policies, schedules and manufacturers instructions. 2.4 Perform housekeeping activities safely and in a way which minimizes inconvenience to customers and staff.

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles LEARNING OUTCOME

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

The Learner will:

The Learner will:

EVIDENCE LOCATION ASSESSOR NOTES

2.5 Keep the work area clean and free from debris and waste materials. 2. Be able to carry out effective housekeeping practices in the automotive environment (continued)

3. Be able to recognise and deal with dangers in order to work safely within the automotive workplace

2.6 Keep tools and equipment fit for purpose by regular cleaning and keeping tidy. 2.7 Dispose of used cleaning agents, waste materials and debris to comply with legal and workplace requirements. 3.1 Name and locate the responsible persons for health and safety in their relevant workplace. 3.2 Identify and report working practices and hazards which could be harmful to themselves or others. 3.3 Carry out safe working practices whilst working with equipment, materials and products in the automotive environment. 3.4 Rectify health and safety risks encountered at work, within the scope and capability of their job role.

4. Be able to conduct themselves responsibly

4.1 Show personal conduct in the workplace which does not endanger the health and safety of themselves or others. 4.2 Display suitable personal presentation at work which ensures the health and safety of themselves and others at work.

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

EVIDENCE REQUIREMENTS 1.

You must produce evidence to show you meet all of the Learning Outcomes

Evidence Ref:

2.

You must produce performance evidence resulting from work you have carried out in your training workshop as managed and organised by an approved centre.

Evidence Ref:

3.

You must be observed by an assessor as defined by the IMI Assessment Strategy

Observation Ref

4.

You must produce evidence of use of personal and vehicle protection, cleaning the work environment and disposal of waste on 2 separate occasions.

Evidence Ref:

5.

You must produce evidence of identifying risks which may result from at least 2 of the items listed below:

Evidence Ref:

the use and maintenance of machinery or equipment the use of materials or substances working practices which do not conform to laid down policies unsafe behaviour accidental breakages and spillages environmental factors Evidence Ref

6.

You must produce evidence of identifying risks

7.

You must produce evidence of following at least 2 of the workplace policies listed below: the use of safe working methods and equipment

Evidence Ref

the safe use of hazardous substances smoking, eating, drinking and drugs what to do in the event of an emergency personal presentation 8.

Evidence Ref

You must produce evidence of following workplace policies

Assessor Signature:

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Date:-


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

UNIT REF: G3S

SKILLS RECORD SHEET SKILLS IN SUPPORTING JOB ROLES IN THE AUTOMOTIVE WORK ENVIRONMENT

This unit is best assessed in conjunction with other units e.g whilst undertaking an engine repair, however a specific centre devised assessment may be created if desired to assess this unit ‘standalone’. If an assessment is devised, centres must ensure that all assessment criteria are covered. LEARNING OUTCOMES

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

The Learner will:

The Learner can: 1.1. Respond promptly and willingly to requests for assistance from customers and colleagues

1. Be able to work effectively within the organisational structure of the automotive work environment

2. Be able to obtain and use information in order to support their job role within the automotive work environment

3. Be able to communicate with and support colleagues and customers effectively within the automotive work environment

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1.2. Refer customers and colleagues to the correct person should requests fall outside their responsibility and capability 2.1. Select and use legal and technical information, in an automotive work environment 3.1. Use methods of communication with customers and colleagues which meet their needs 3.2. Give customers and colleagues accurate information 3.3. Make requests for assistance from or to customers and colleagues clearly and courteously

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EVIDENCE LOCATION Assessor Notes

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles LEARNING OUTCOMES

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

The Learner will:

The Learner can: 4.1. Contribute to team work by initiating ideas and co-operating with customers and colleagues

4. Be able to develop and keep good working relationships in the automotive work environment

EVIDENCE LOCATION Assessor Notes

4.2. Treat customers and colleagues in a way which shows respect for their views and opinions 4.3. Make and keep achievable commitments to customers and colleagues 4.4. Inform colleagues promptly of anything likely to affect their own work

EVIDENCE REQUIREMENTS 1.

You must produce evidence to show you meet all of the Learning Outcomes

Evidence Ref:

2.

You must produce performance evidence resulting from work you have carried out in your training workshop as managed and organised by an approved centre.

Evidence Ref:

3.

You must be observed by an assessor as defined by the IMI Assessment Strategy

Observation Ref

4.

You must produce witness testimony from your peers and supervisor or tutor that you have worked well with others

Evidence Ref:

5.

You must produce evidence of carrying out the above whilst performing your normal duties

Evidence Ref:

Assessor Signature:

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Pin No:

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Date:-

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

UNIT REF: G4S

SKILLS RECORD SHEET SKILLS IN MATERIALS, FABRICATION, TOOLS AND MEASURING DEVICES IN THE AUTOMOTIVE ENVIRONMENT

This unit is best assessed in conjunction with other units e.g whilst undertaking an engine repair, however a specific centre devised assessment may be created if desired to assess this unit ‘standalone’. If an assessment is devised, centres must ensure that all assessment criteria are covered. LEARNING OUTCOMES

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

The Learner will:

The Learner can: 1.1. Select, maintain and use suitable hand tools safely when fabricating and fitting in the automotive workplace

1. Be able to select, maintain and use hand tools and measuring devices in the automotive environment

1.2. Select, maintain and use suitable measuring devices safely when fabricating and fitting in the automotive environment 1.3. Select, maintain and use suitable PPE for fabrication, repair and fitting in the automotive environment. 1.4. Select, maintain and use suitable electrical measuring tools safely when repairing vehicles and components 2.1. Use suitably maintained workshop equipment safely

2. Be able to prepare and use common workshop equipment

2.2. Use correct interpretation of ‘safe working load’ on lifting and supporting equipment. 2.3. Report any faulty or damaged tools and equipment to the relevant persons clearly and promptly.

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EVIDENCE LOCATION Assessor Notes

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles LEARNING OUTCOMES

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

EVIDENCE LOCATION

The Learner will:

The Learner can:

Assessor Notes

2. Be able to prepare and use common workshop equipment (continued)

2.4. Store work tools and equipment in a safe manner which permits ease of access and identification for use. 3.1. Select and use appropriate materials whilst constructing, fitting, modifying or repairing vehicles and components. 4.1. Use correct procedures when: a. filing, b. tapping threads c. cutting plastics and metals d. drilling plastics and metals. e. fitting

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3. Be able to select materials when fabricating, modifying and repairing vehicles and fitting components

4. Be able to apply automotive engineering, fabrication and fitting principles when modifying and repairing vehicles and components

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4.2. Use appropriate techniques when fabricating, repairing and modifying vehicles and components 4.3. Select and use: a. gaskets b. seals c. sealants d. fittings and fasteners 4.4.

Apply modification and repair techniques to automotive electrical circuits

4.5.

Select and use locking, fixing and fastening devices

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

EVIDENCE REQUIREMENTS 1.

You must produce evidence to show you meet all of the Learning Outcomes

2.

You must produce performance evidence resulting from work you have carried out in your training workshop as managed and organised by an approved centre

3.

You must be observed by an assessor as defined by the IMI Assessment Strategy

4.

You must produce evidence of undertaking basic routine checks of hand tools, measuring devices and workshop equipment covering all of those listed below:

Evidence Ref:

Evidence Ref:

Evidence Ref:

Evidence Ref:

electrical mechanical pneumatic hydraulic 5.

You must produce evidence of fabricating at least 1 item from suitable materials to known tolerances, which includes the following processes:

Evidence Ref

filing tapping threads cutting drilling joining 6.

Observation Ref:

You must be observed by your assessor carrying out routine checks and during stages of fabrication

Assessor Signature:

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Pin No:

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Date:-


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: AE06s Task -1 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnosis and rectify faulty brake light circuit. (Note: Assessor to insert simulated fault into vehicle. The fault should involve a 2 or more step diagnostic activity) Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Test plan Wiring diagrams

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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Further faults found:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: AE06s Task -1 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria: 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and vehicle coverings throughout when carrying out auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support automotive vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of automotive auxiliary electrical system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all automotive auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Use diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired or replacement components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the rectified automotive auxiliary electrical system performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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Learner name (Print):

Learner Signature:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: AE06s Task -2 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify heated seat fault. (Note: Assessor to insert simulated fault into vehicle. The fault should involve a 2 or more step diagnostic activity) Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Test plan Wiring diagrams

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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Further faults found:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: AE06s Task -2 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria: 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and vehicle coverings throughout when carrying out auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support automotive vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of automotive auxiliary electrical system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all automotive auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Use diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired or replacement components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the rectified automotive auxiliary electrical system performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required. 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information elect d and u ed appropriate tools and equipment

3.

The learner correctly

4. 5.

The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Writt

PASSn feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred: I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out

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Learner name (Print):

Learner Signature:

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LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: AE06s Task -3 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify electrically adjusted seat fault. (Note: Assessor to insert simulated fault into vehicle. The fault should involve a 2 or more step diagnostic activity) Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Test plan Wiring diagrams

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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Further faults found:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: AE06s Task -3 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria: 1.1. Wear suitable personal protective equipment and use suitable vehicle coverings throughout when carrying out auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support automotive vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of automotive auxiliary electrical system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all automotive auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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Learner name (Print):

Learner Signature:

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Date:


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: AE06s Task -4 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical faults Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify heated screen fault. (Note: Assessor to insert simulated fault into vehicle. The fault should involve a 2 or more step diagnostic activity) Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Test plan Wiring diagrams

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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Further faults found:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: AE06s Task -4 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria: 1.1. Wear suitable personal protective equipment and use suitable vehicle coverings throughout when carrying out auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support automotive vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of automotive auxiliary electrical system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all automotive auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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Learner name (Print):

Learner Signature:

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Date:


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: AE06s Task -5 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify electric mirror fault. (Note: Assessor to insert simulated fault into vehicle. The fault should involve a 2 or more step diagnostic activity) Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Test plan Wiring diagrams

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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Further faults found:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: AE06s Task -5 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria: 1.1. Wear suitable personal protective equipment and use suitable vehicle coverings throughout when carrying out auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support automotive vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of automotive auxiliary electrical system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all automotive auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Tick Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is Assessor decision: (√) referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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Learner name (Print):

Learner Signature:

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Date:


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: AE06s Task -6 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify electric window fault. (Note: Assessor to insert simulated fault into vehicle. The fault should involve a 2 or more step diagnostic activity) Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Test plan Wiring diagrams

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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Further faults found:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: AE06s Task -6 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria: 1.1. Wear suitable personal protective equipment and use suitable vehicle coverings throughout when carrying out auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support automotive vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of automotive auxiliary electrical system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all automotive auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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Learner name (Print):

Learner Signature:

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Date:


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: AE06s Task -7 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults Date of activities (may

Learner Name:

be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify electric sunroof fault. (Note: Assessor to insert simulated fault into vehicle. The fault should involve a 2 or more step diagnostic activity) Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Test plan Wiring diagrams

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: AE06s Task -7 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria: 1.1. Wear suitable personal protective equipment and use suitable vehicle coverings throughout when carrying out auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support automotive vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of automotive auxiliary electrical system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all automotive auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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Learner name (Print):

Learner Signature:

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Date:


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: AE06s Task -8 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults Date of activities (may

Learner Name:

be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify electrical fault in climate control/air conditioning. (Note: Assessor to insert simulated fault into vehicle. The fault should involve a 2 or more step diagnostic activity) Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Test plan Wiring diagrams

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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Further faults found:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: AE06s Task -8 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria: 1.1. Wear suitable personal protective equipment and use suitable vehicle coverings throughout when carrying out auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support automotive vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2 Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of automotive auxiliary electrical system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all automotive auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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Learner name (Print):

Learner Signature:

27

Date:


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: AE06s Task -9 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults Date of activities (may

Learner Name:

be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify audio system fault. (Note: Assessor to insert simulated fault into vehicle. The fault should involve a 2 or more step diagnostic activity) Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Test plan Wiring diagrams

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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Further faults found:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: AE06s Task -9 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria: 1.1. Wear suitable personal protective equipment and use suitable vehicle coverings throughout when carrying out auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support automotive vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of automotive auxiliary electrical system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all automotive auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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Learner name (Print):

Learner Signature:

29

Date:


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: AE06s Task -10 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults Date of activities (may

Learner Name:

be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify Supplementary Restraint System fault. (Note: Assessor to insert simulated fault into vehicle. The fault should involve a 2 or more step diagnostic activity) Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Test plan Wiring diagrams

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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Further faults found:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: AE06s Task -10 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults LO:

Assessment Criteria:

1.

1.1. Wear suitable personal protective equipment and use suitable vehicle coverings throughout when carrying out auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support automotive vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of automotive auxiliary electrical system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all automotive auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

2.

3.

4.

5.

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Tick Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is Assessor decision: (√) referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

01-09-10V3

Learner name (Print):

Learner Signature:

31

Date:


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: AE06s Task -11 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults Date of activities (may

Learner Name:

be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify wash/wipe system fault. (Note: Assessor to insert simulated fault into vehicle. The fault should involve a 2 or more step diagnostic activity) Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Test plan Wiring diagrams

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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Further faults found:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: AE06s Task -11 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria: 1.1. Wear suitable personal protective equipment and use suitable vehicle coverings throughout when carrying out auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support automotive vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of automotive auxiliary electrical system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all automotive auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

01-09-10V3

Learner name (Print):

Learner Signature:

33

Date:


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: AE06s Task -12 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults Date of activities (may

Learner Name:

be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify central locking system fault. (Note: Assessor to insert simulated fault into vehicle. The fault should involve a 2 or more step diagnostic activity) Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Test plan Wiring diagrams

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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Further faults found:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: AE06s Task -12 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria: 1.1. Wear suitable personal protective equipment and use suitable vehicle coverings throughout when carrying out auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support automotive vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of automotive auxiliary electrical system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all automotive auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

01-09-10V3

Learner name (Print):

Learner Signature:

35

Date:


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: AE06s Task -13 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults Date of activities (may

Learner Name:

be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify vehicle alarm/immobiliser system fault. (Note: Assessor to insert simulated fault into vehicle. The fault should involve a 2 or more step diagnostic activity) Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Test plan Wiring diagrams

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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Further faults found:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: AE06s Task -13 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria: 1.1. Wear suitable personal protective equipment and use suitable vehicle coverings throughout when carrying out auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support automotive vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of automotive auxiliary electrical system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all automotive auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

01-09-10V3

Learner name (Print):

Learner Signature:

37

Date:


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: AE06s Task -14 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults Date of activities (may

Learner Name:

be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify hands free communication system fault. (Note: Assessor to insert simulated fault into vehicle. The fault should involve a 2 or more step diagnostic activity) Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Test plan Wiring diagrams

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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Further faults found:

38


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: AE06s Task -14 Skills in Diagnosis and Rectification of Automotive Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults LO: 1.

2.

3.

4

5

Assessment Criteria: 1.1. Wear suitable personal protective equipment and use suitable vehicle coverings throughout when carrying out auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support automotive vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use technical information to support automotive diagnostic and rectification activities including: 2.3. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of automotive auxiliary electrical system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all automotive auxiliary electrical diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: LV07s Task 1 Engine Mechanical Components Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify an engine mechanical component fault Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task:

Special tools used including any calibration required:

Further faults found:

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PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: LV07s Task 1 Engine Mechanical Components LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and use vehicle coverings when using light vehicle diagnostic methods and carrying out rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.3. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of light vehicle engine system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all light vehicle engine diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner)

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Assessor PIN:

Date:

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LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: LV07s Task 2-Engine management Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify engine difficult to start Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Fault Code Resistance readings

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: LV07s Task 2 Engine Management LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and use vehicle coverings when using light vehicle diagnostic methods and carrying out rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.3. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of light vehicle engine system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all light vehicle engine diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner)

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Assessor PIN:

Date:

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LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: LV07s Task 3-Pressure Charged Induction System Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify Turbo excessively noisy at speed Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Wastegate operating pressure Maximum boost pressure

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: LV07s Task 3-Pressure Charged Induction System LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and use vehicle coverings when using light vehicle diagnostic methods and carrying out rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: c. vehicle technical data d. diagnostic test procedures 2.3. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of light vehicle engine system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all light vehicle engine diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner)

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

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LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: LV07s Task 4-Exhaust Emissions Reduction System Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and repair an exhaust emission reduction system fault Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task:

Special tools used including any calibration required:

Further faults found:

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PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: LV07s Task 4-Exhaust Emissions Reduction System LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and use vehicle coverings when using light vehicle diagnostic methods and carrying out rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.3. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of light vehicle engine system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all light vehicle engine diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner)

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Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

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LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: LV07s Task 5-Heating Ventilation and Cooling Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify heater only blowing hot air at maximum speed setting Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Speed resistor values

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: LV07s Task 5-Heating Ventilation and Cooling LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and use vehicle coverings when using light vehicle diagnostic methods and carrying out rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.3. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of light vehicle engine system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all light vehicle engine diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner)

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Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: LV08s Task 1-Steering System Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify excessively heavy steering Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task: Tyre pressures Steering geometry data Steering pump drive belt tension Electric motor resistance values

Special tools used including any calibration required:

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PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: LV08s Task 1-Steering System LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and use vehicle coverings when using light vehicle diagnostic methods and carrying out rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a vehicle technical data b diagnostic test procedures 2.3. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of light vehicle chassis system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all light vehicle chassis diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner)

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Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: LV08s Task 2-Braking System Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify vehicle braking system fault Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task:

Special tools used including any calibration required:

Further faults found:

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PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: LV08s Task 2-Braking System LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and use vehicle coverings when using light vehicle diagnostic methods and carrying out rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.3. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of light vehicle chassis system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all light vehicle chassis diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner)

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: LV08s Task 3-Suspension System Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify a suspension system fault Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task:

Special tools used including any calibration required:

Further faults found:

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PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: LV08s Task 3-Suspension System LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and use vehicle coverings when using light vehicle diagnostic methods and carrying out rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.3. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of light vehicle chassis system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all light vehicle chassis diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Demonstrate diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2 Evaluate your assessment of dismantled sub-assemblies and identify their condition and suitability for repair or replacement accurately 4.3 Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the automotive auxiliary electrical system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Learning Outcome: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passed (Tick√)

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Assessor decision:

Tick (√)

Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit

REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner)

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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Learner Signature:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

UNIT REF: G6S

SKILLS RECORD SHEET SKILLS IN HOW TO MAKE LEARNING POSSIBLE THROUGH DEMONSTRATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS

This unit is best assessed in conjunction with other units e.g whilst undertaking an engine repair, however a specific centre devised assessment may be created if desired to assess this unit ‘standalone’. If an assessment is devised, centres must ensure that all assessment criteria are covered. LEARNING OUTCOMES The Learner will:

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA The Learner can: 1.1. Perform demonstrations based on an analysis of the skills needed and the order in which they must be learned 1.2. Perform demonstrations that are accurate and realistic 1.3. Perform structured demonstrations so that the learner can get the most out of it

1.

Be able to demonstrate skills and methods to learners

1.4. Perform demonstrations whilst encouraging learners to ask questions and get explanation at appropriate stages in the demonstration 1.5. Provide positive feedback to learners whilst they are being given the opportunity to practise the skills that have been demonstrated 1.6. Perform additional demonstrations of skills being taught to reinforce learning 1.7. Perform demonstrations in a safe environment which also allows learners to see clearly 1.8. Respond to the needs of the learners during demonstrations

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles LEARNING OUTCOMES

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

The Learner will: 1. Be able to demonstrate skills and methods to learners (continued)

The Learner can: 1.9. Reduce distractions and disruptions as much as possible

2.1. Implement instruction which is matched to the needs of learners 2.2. Use identified learning outcomes which can be achieved through instruction

2.

Be able to instruct learners

2.3. Perform instruction, ensuring that the manner, level and speed of the instruction encourages learners to take part 2.4. Perform instruction whilst regularly checking that the learners understand and adapt instruction as appropriate 2.5. Give learners positive feedback on the learning experience and the outcomes achieved 2.6. Carry out a review with the learners to identify anything that prevented learning and adapt instruction as appropriate

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EVIDENCE REQUIREMENTS Evidence from real or simulated activities and role play is acceptable for this unit. 1.

You must produce evidence to show you meet all of the Learning Outcomes

Evidence Ref:

2.

You must produce performance evidence resulting from work you have carried out in your training workshop as managed and organised by an approved centre

Evidence Ref:

3.

You must be observed by an assessor as defined by the IMI Assessment Strategy.

Observation Ref:

4.

You must provide 1 record of preparing an activity which is to be a combination of demonstration and instruction

Evidence Ref:

5.

You must be observed on 1 occasion, covering a combination of demonstration and instruction

Observation Ref:

6.

It is expected that the records must include evidence to show how you: •

decided on the sequence of the demonstration

ensured that the demonstration was accurate and realistic

identified which learning outcomes were achieved ensured a safe environment for the demonstration and allowed all learners to see the demonstration clearly

In preparing the record you should consider: •

which types of learning are best achieved and supported through demonstrations

how to choose between instruction and demonstration as learning methods

how to identify individual learning needs

which factors are likely to prevent learning and how to overcome them

7.

• • •

how to choose and prepare appropriate materials, including technology based materials. which types of learning are best achieved through instruction how to make sure everybody acts in line with health, safety and environmental protection legislation and best practice how to analyse developments in learning and new ways of delivery, including technology based learning

It is also expected that evidence from your observations will show how you: • •

structured the demonstration so that the learner got the most out of it encouraged learners to ask questions and get explanations at appropriate stages in the demonstration

gave learners the opportunities to practice the skill being demonstrated

gave learners positive feedback

reinforced learning by repeating demonstration

responded to the needs of learners during the demonstration

reduced distractions and disruptions as much as possible

matched instruction to the needs of learners

ensured that the manner, level and speed of the instruction encourages learners to take part regularly check that learners understand and adapt instruction as appropriate gave learners positive feedback on the learning experience and the outcome achieved identified anything that prevented learning and reviewed this with the learner

• • •

Assessor Signature:

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SKILLS RECORD SHEET SKILLS TO IDENTIFY AND AGREE MOTOR VEHICLE CUSTOMER SERVICE NEEDS

UNIT REF: G8S

This unit is best assessed in conjunction with other units e.g whilst undertaking an engine repair, however a specific centre devised assessment may be created if desired to assess this unit ‘standalone’. If an assessment is devised, centres must ensure that all assessment criteria are covered. LEARNING OUTCOMES

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

The Learner will:

The Learner can: 1.1. Obtain and interpret sufficient, relevant information, from the customer to make an assessment of their needs.

1.

Be able to obtain relevant information from the customer

1. Be able to provide relevant information to the customer

1.2.

Clarify customer and vehicle needs by referring to vehicle data and operating procedures 2.1. Provide customers with accurate, current and relevant advice and information, in a form that the customer will understand. 2.2.

3.1.

2. Be able to agree work undertaken with the customer

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Demonstrate techniques which encourage customers to ask questions and seek clarification during conversation Summarise and record work agreed with the customer, before accepting the vehicle. Implement confirmation of the agreement by ensuring customer understanding

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles LEARNING OUTCOMES

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

The Learner will:

The Learner can: 4.1. Use recording systems which are accurate and complete, in the required format and signed by the customer where necessary 4.2.

Perform the next stage in the process by passing on completed records to the correct person promptly.

4.3.

Demonstrate correct procedures for customer approval where the contracted agreement is likely to be exceeded.

3. Be able to ensure recording systems are implemented correctly

EVIDENCE LOCATION Assessor Notes

EVIDENCE REQUIREMENTS 1. You must produce evidence to show you meet all of the Learning Outcomes

Evidence Ref

2. You must produce evidence resulting from work you have carried out in your training workshop as managed and organised by an approved centre

Evidence Ref

3. You must be observed by an assessor as defined by the IMI Assessment Strategy

Evidence Ref Evidence Ref

4. You must produce evidence, including records, to show that you have dealt with 3 different customers 5.

Observation Ref:

You must be observed by your assessor on at least 1 occasion

Evidence from real activity or role-play is acceptable for this unit Assessor Signature:

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LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: LV0506s Task 1- Inspection Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Carry out pre and post work inspection or 2. Pre delivery inspection or3. Pre purchase inspection or4. Pre MOT test inspection or5. Safety inspection or6. Post repair inspection Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task:

Special tools used including any calibration required:

Further faults found:

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PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: LV0506s Task 1- Inspection LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and use suitable vehicle coverings throughout all light vehicle inspection activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support light vehicle inspection activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. inspection procedures c. legal requirements 2.2. Use technical information to support light vehicle inspection activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. inspection procedures c. legal requirements 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for carrying out a range of inspections on light vehicle systems to include a minimum of 3 from: a pre-work b post-work c pre-delivery d pre-purchase e MOT test f safety g post repair 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the correct tools and equipment in the way specified by manufacturers when carrying out a range of inspections on light vehicle systems 4.1. Carry out light vehicle inspections using prescribed methods, adhering to the correct specifications and tolerances for the vehicle and following: a. the manufacturer’s approved inspection methods b. recognised researched inspection methods c. health and safety requirements d. prescribed documentation 4.2. Ensure that inspected light vehicle conforms to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.3. Ensure any comparison of the vehicle against specification accurately identifies any: a. differences from the vehicle specification b. vehicle appearance and condition faults 4.4. Use suitable testing methods to evaluate the performance of the inspected systems 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Assessment Outcome: 1

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others

2

The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information

3

The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment

4

The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures

5

Passed (Tick√)

The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Tick Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner Assessor Name (Print) (√) is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner)

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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Learner Signature:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: LV11.1s Task 1-Engine Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Overhaul a full engine (Cylinder head, block and internals) Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task:

Special tools used including any calibration required:

Further faults found:

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PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: LV11.1s Task 1-Engine LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and vehicle coverings when overhauling light vehicle engine units 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support the overhauling of light vehicle engine units including: a. vehicle technical data b. overhauling procedures c. legal requirements 2.2. Use technical information to support the overhauling of light vehicle engine units 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for overhauling light vehicle engine units 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the tools and equipment in the way specified by manufacturers to overhaul light vehicle engine units 4.1. Carry out all overhauling of light vehicle engine mechanical units, adhering to the specifications and tolerances for the vehicle and following: a. the manufacturer’s approved overhauling methods b. recognised researched repair methods c. health and safety requirements. d. workplace procedures 4.2. Ensure the assessment of the dismantled unit identifies accurately its condition and suitability for overhaul 4.3. Inform the relevant person(s) promptly where an overhaul is uneconomic or unsatisfactory to perform 4.4. Use testing methods that comply with the manufacturer’s requirements. 4.5. Adjust the unit’s components correctly where necessary to ensure that they operate to meet the vehicle operating requirements. 4.6. Ensure the overhauled units and assemblies conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements. 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Assessment Outcome:

Passed (Tick√)

1

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others

2

The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information

3

The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment

4

The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures

5

The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Tick Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner Assessor Name (Print) (√) is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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Learner Signature:

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Date:


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: LV11.2s Task 1-Gearbox and Final Drive Units Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Overhaul a gearbox or2. Overhaul a final drive unit Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task:

Special tools used including any calibration required:

Further faults found:

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PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: LV11.2s Task 1-Gearbox and Final Drive Units LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and vehicle coverings when overhauling light vehicle transmission units 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support the overhauling of light vehicle transmission units including: a. vehicle technical data b. overhauling procedures c. legal requirements 2.2. Use technical information to support the overhauling of light vehicle transmission units 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for overhaul of light vehicle transmission systems 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3 Use the tools and equipment in the way specified by manufacturers to overhaul light vehicle transmission unit 4.1. Carry out all overhauling of light vehicle transmission units, adhering to the specifications and tolerances for the vehicle and following: a. the manufacturer’s approved overhauling methods b. recognised researched repair methods c. Health and safety requirements. d. workplace procedures 4.2. Ensure the assessment of the dismantled unit identifies accurately its condition and suitability for overhaul 4.3. Inform the relevant person(s) promptly where an overhaul is uneconomic or unsatisfactory to perform 4.4. Use testing methods that comply with the manufacturer’s requirements. 4.5. Adjust the unit’s components correctly where necessary to ensure that they operate to meet the vehicle operating requirements. 4.6. Ensure the overhauled units and assemblies conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements. 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Assessment Outcome:

Passed (Tick√)

1

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others

2

The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information

3

The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment

4

The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures

5

The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Tick Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner Assessor Name (Print) (√) is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner)

Assessor PIN:

Assessor Name (Print):

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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Learner Signature:

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Date:


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: LV11.3s Task 1-Steering and Suspension Units Date of activities

Learner Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Overhaul a steering unit 2. Overhaul a suspension unit Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task:

Special tools used including any calibration required:

Further faults found:

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PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: LV11.3s Task 1-Steering and Suspension Units LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and vehicle coverings when overhauling light vehicle steering and suspension units 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support the overhauling of light vehicle steering and suspension units including: a. vehicle technical data b. overhauling procedures c. legal requirements 2.2. Use technical information to support the overhauling of light vehicle steering and suspension units 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for overhauling light vehicle steering and suspension units 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3 Use the tools and equipment in the way specified by manufacturers for overhauling light vehicle steering and suspension units 4.1. Carry out all overhauling of light vehicle steering and suspension units, adhering to the specifications and tolerances for the vehicle and following: a. the manufacturer’s approved overhauling methods b. recognised researched repair methods c. health and safety requirements. d. workplace procedures 4.2. Ensure the assessment of the dismantled unit identifies accurately its condition and suitability for overhaul 4.3. Inform the relevant person(s) promptly where an overhaul is uneconomic or unsatisfactory to perform 4.4. Use testing methods that comply with the manufacturer’s requirements. 4.5 . Adjust the unit’s components correctly where necessary to ensure that they operate to meet the vehicle operating requirements. 4.6. Ensure the overhauled units and assemblies conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements. 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Assessment Outcome:

Passed (Tick√)

1

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others

2

The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information

3

The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment

4

The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures

5

The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Tick Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner Assessor Name (Print) (√) is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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Learner Signature:

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Date:


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: LV13s Task 1-Clutch Date of activities

Candidate Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify clutch fault Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task:

Special tools used including any calibration required:

Further faults found:

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PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: LV13s Task 1-Clutch LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and use vehicle coverings when using light vehicle diagnostic methods and carrying out rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people or environment. 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of light vehicle transmission and driveline system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all light vehicle transmission and driveline diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Use diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2. Evaluate dismantled sub-assemblies for their condition and suitability for repair or replacement 4.3 . Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a manufacturers’ instructions b recognised researched repair methods c workplace procedures d health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the light vehicle transmission and driveline system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Assessment Outcome:

Passed (Tick√)

1

The candidate worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others

2

The candidate correctly selected and used appropriate technical information

3

The candidate correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment

4

The candidate correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures

5

The candidate correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Tick Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a Assessor Name (Print) (√) candidate is referred:

PASS I confirm that the candidate’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to candidate) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to candidate: The section below is to be completed by the candidate : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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Candidate Signature:

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Date:


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LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: LV13s Task 2-Gearbox Date of activities

Candidate Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify gearbox fault Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task:

Special tools used including any calibration required:

Further faults found:

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PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: LV13s Task 2-Gearbox LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and use vehicle coverings when using light vehicle diagnostic methods and carrying out rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people or environment. 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of light vehicle transmission and driveline system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all light vehicle transmission and driveline diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Use diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2. Evaluate dismantled sub-assemblies for their condition and suitability for repair or replacement 4.3 . Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the light vehicle transmission and driveline system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Assessment Outcome:

Passed (Tick√)

1

The candidate worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others

2

The candidate correctly selected and used appropriate technical information

3

The candidate correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment

4

The candidate correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures

5

The candidate correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Tick Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a Assessor Name (Print) (√) candidate is referred:

PASS I confirm that the candidate’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to candidate) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to candidate: The section below is to be completed by the candidate : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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Candidate Signature:

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Date:


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LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: LV13s Task 3-Driveline Date of activities

Candidate Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify a driveline fault (Shafts, couplings, hubs or bearings) Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task:

Special tools used including any calibration required:

Further faults found:

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PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: LV13s Task 3-Driveline LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and use vehicle coverings when using light vehicle diagnostic methods and carrying out rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people or environment. 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of light vehicle transmission and driveline system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all light vehicle transmission and driveline diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Use diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2. Evaluate dismantled sub-assemblies for their condition and suitability for repair or replacement 4.3 . Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the light vehicle transmission and driveline system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Assessment Outcome:

Passed (Tick√)

1

The candidate worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others

2

The candidate correctly selected and used appropriate technical information

3

The candidate correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment

4

The candidate correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures

5

The candidate correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Tick Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a Assessor Name (Print) (√) candidate is referred:

PASS I confirm that the candidate’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to candidate) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to candidate: The section below is to be completed by the candidate : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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Candidate name (Print):

Candidate Signature:

83

Date:


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: LV13s Task 4-Final Drive Date of activities

Candidate Name:

(may be more than one):

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Diagnose and rectify a final drive fault Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task:

Special tools used including any calibration required:

Further faults found:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: LV13s Task 4-Final Drive LO: 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Assessment Criteria 1.1. Use suitable personal protective equipment and use vehicle coverings when using light vehicle diagnostic methods and carrying out rectification activities 1.2. Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people or environment. 2.1. Select suitable sources of technical information to support light vehicle diagnostic and rectification activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. diagnostic test procedures 2.2. Use sufficient diagnostic information in a systematic way to enable an accurate diagnosis of light vehicle transmission and driveline system faults 3.1. Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for diagnostic and rectification activities 3.2. Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements 3.3. Use the equipment required, correctly and safely throughout all light vehicle transmission and driveline diagnostic and rectification activities 4.1. Use diagnostic methods that are relevant to the symptoms presented 4.2. Evaluate dismantled sub-assemblies for their condition and suitability for repair or replacement 4.3 . Carry out all diagnostic and rectification activities following: a. manufacturers’ instructions b. recognised researched repair methods c. workplace procedures d. health and safety requirements 4.4. Ensure all repaired and replaced components and units conform to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 4.5. Adjust components and units correctly to ensure that they operate to meet system requirements 4.6. Use testing methods that are suitable for assessing the performance of the system rectified 4.7. Ensure the light vehicle transmission and driveline system rectified performs to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements 5.1. Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required 5.2. Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs 5.3. Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Assessment Outcome:

Passed (Tick√)

1

The candidate worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others

2

The candidate correctly selected and used appropriate technical information

3

The candidate correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment

4

The candidate correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures

5

The candidate correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Tick Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a Assessor Name (Print) (√) candidate is referred:

PASS I confirm that the candidate’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to candidate) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to candidate: The section below is to be completed by the candidate : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

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Candidate name (Print):

Candidate Signature:

85

Date:


Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

LEARNER PRACTICAL TASK SHEET: BP18S: Task 1-4 Removing and Fitting of Basic Light Vehicle Mechanical, Electrical and Trim (MET) Components and Non-Permanently Fixed Vehicle Body Panels Date of activities (may be more than one):

Learner Name:

Vehicle/Rig details Reg No:

Approx year:

Make:

Model:

Eng/VIN No: Tick tasks carried out (√)

Customer Request: 1. Remove at least 4 different components from the 12 listed below on at least two occasions, observing normal workshop policies with regard to Health & Safety and vehicle protection 2. Replace the chosen components and check for security and functionality

Assessment Requirements:

Tick task carried out:

Assessment Requirements:

Road wheels Bumpers Headlamp units Bonnet fittings

Tick task carried out:

Wings Doors Bonnets Boot lids or tailgates Bumper bars, covers and components Batteries

Interior trim components Exterior trim components

Brief description of work carried out and recommendations for repair:

PPE worn and special precautions taken:

Technical data used to complete task:

Special tools used including any calibration required:

Further faults found:

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Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles

PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT ASSESSOR RECORD: BP18S: Task 1-4 Removing and Fitting of Basic Light Vehicle Mechanical, Electrical and Trim (MET) Components and Non-Permanently Fixed Vehicle Body Panels LO: 1.

Assessment Criteria 1.1. 1.2. 2.1.

2. 2.2. 3.1.

3.

3.2. 3.3. 4.1. 4.2.

4.

5.

4.3. 4.4 5.1. 5.2. 5.3.

Use suitable personal protective equipment and vehicle coverings throughout all light vehicle removal and fitting of basic MET components and non-permanently fixed light vehicle body panels Work in a way which minimises the risk of damage or injury to the vehicle, people and the environment Select suitable sources of technical information to support light vehicle removal and fitting activities including: a. vehicle technical data b. removal and fitting procedures c. legal requirements Use technical information to support light vehicle removal and fitting activities Select the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for carrying out removal and fitting of basic MET components and nonpermanently fixed light vehicle body panels Ensure that equipment has been calibrated to meet manufacturers’ and legal requirements Use the correct tools and equipment in the way specified by manufacturers when carrying removal and fitting of basic MET components and non-permanently fixed light vehicle body panels Remove and fit basic MET components and non-permanently fixed light vehicle body panels Ensure that the removal and fitting of basic MET components and non-permanently fixed light vehicle body panels conforms to the vehicle operating specification and any legal requirements Ensure no damage occurs to other components when removal and fitting of basic MET components and non-permanently fixed light vehicle body panels Ensure all components and panels are stored safely and in the correct location Produce work records that are accurate, complete and passed to the relevant person(s) promptly in the format required Make suitable and justifiable recommendations for cost effective repairs Record and report any additional faults noticed during the course of their work promptly in the format required

The section below is for use by the assessor : Assessment Outcome:

Passed (Tick√)

1

The learner worked safely and minimised risks to themselves and others

2

The learner correctly selected and used appropriate technical information

3

The learner correctly selected and used appropriate tools and equipment

4

The learner correctly carried out the task required using suitable methods and testing procedures

5

The learner correctly recorded information and made suitable recommendations Tick Written feedback (with reference to assessment criteria) must be given when a learner Assessor Name (Print) (√) is referred:

PASS I confirm that the learner’s work was to an acceptable standard and met the assessment criteria of the unit REFER The work carried out did not achieve the standards specified by the assessment criteria (written feedback to learner) Assessor Name (Print):

Assessor PIN:

Date:

The section below is only to be completed once the assessor decision has been made and feedback given to learner: The section below is to be completed by the learner : I confirm that the work carried out was my own, and that I received feedback from the Assessor

01-09-10V3

Learner name (Print):

Learner Signature:

87

Date:

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