NVQ L3 example unit

UNIT 106 Organise And Oversee The Electrical Work Environment

UNIT 106 LEARNING OUTCOME 1

Be able to provide relevant people with technical and functional information for work on electrical systems and equipment

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ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

1.

Liaise with relevant people to evaluate the information they require to ensure that systems, equipment or components can be operated safely and effectively

2.

Identify appropriate technical and functional information that is required for the work activity

3.

Provide information in a timely, courteous, suitable and professional manner in accordance with organisational procedures and engineering standards

 

UNIT 106 LEARNING OUTCOME 2

Be able to oversee health and safety during work on electrical systems and equipment

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ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

1.

Produce, or revise generic, risk assessment and method statements, to cover their own work and others working the area (colleagues and other operatives) in accordance with their level of responsibility

2.

Implement suitable procedures to confirm that work is being completed in accordance with health and safety legislation and industry standards

UNIT 106 LEARNING OUTCOME 3

Be able to co-ordinate liaison with other relevant persons during work activities

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ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

1.

Select effective procedures to ensure co-ordination with other workers/contractors, including steps to resolve issues which are outside the scope of their job role

2.

Evaluate and apply communication techniques that are clear, accurate and appropriate to the situation

3.

Demonstrate working effectively with colleagues to enhance performance (such as undertaking work to one’s best ability, being a good employee/worker, co-operating with the employer and/or customer during work activities)

UNIT 106 LEARNING OUTCOME 4

Be able to organise and oversee work activities and operations

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ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

1.

Organise operatives by allocating duties and responsibilities to make the best use of their competence and skills

2.

Monitor the work of operatives to ensure it is accordance with:

·         Industry working practices

·         Programme of work

·         Health and safety requirements

·         Cost effectiveness

·         Environmental considerations

3.

Evaluate and apply appropriate procedures to correct issues that arise during work activities

UNIT 106 LEARNING OUTCOME 5

Be able to organise and oversee work activities and operations

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ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

1.

Produce a simple programme of work from the work specification, including requirements for the following;

·         Estimate of the amount of time required for completion of the work

·         Liaison with other trades where necessary

2.

Communicate with others clearly and concisely

3.

Assess situations when it is necessary to liaise with other relevant parties to resolve issues

UNIT 106 LEARNING OUTCOME 6

Be able to organise and oversee work activities and operations

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ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

1.

Organise the provision of resources:

·         Materials

·         Fixings

·         Plant

·         Labour

·         Tools

2.

Confirm that materials available are:

·         The right type

·         Fit for purpose

·         In the correct quantity

·         Suitable for work to be completed cost efficiently

3.

Ensure that resources are undamaged at the point of delivery

4.

Demonstrate effective measures which ensure the safe and effective of materials, tools and equipment in the work location

 

Some folk think an assessors life is easy! Evidence for each one of these performance objectives has to be provided by the candidate and then appraised and evaluated by the assessor. This is just one of six units on the installation NVQ L3. You might like to count the subjective terms that litter all of the units. This is not a criticism by the way, I am merely musing at the concept.