Republic of the Philippines Department of Education PUBLIC TECHNICAL -VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOLS

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Course Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Course Structure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Using Basic Electronic Hand Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Performing Mensuration and Calculation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Preparing and Interpreting Technical Drawing Used in Electronics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Terminating and Connecting Electrical Wiring and Electronic Circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Applying Quality Standard on Electronic Component Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Assembling AC – DC Power Supply. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 Maintaining and Repairing Electric Fan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..41 Maintaining and Repairing Microwave Oven. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 Maintaining and Repairing Blender. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Maintaining and Repairing Washing Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Maintaining and Repairing Electric Flat Iron. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Maintaining and Repairing Rice Cooker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Maintaining and Repairing Audio Products and System. . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Maintaining and Repairing Audio – Video Products and System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Servicing and Repairing Low - End Cellular Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Servicing and Repairing High – End Cellular Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Acknowledgment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107

COURSE DESIGN COURSE TITLE NOMINAL DURATION QUALIFICATION LEVEL COURSE DESCRIPTION: : : : CONSUMER ELECTRONIC SERVICING 1,040 HRS CES NC II This course covers knowledge, skills and attitude in consumer electronics servicing. It deals with good housekeeping and safety, preparation of materials technical and drawing basic electronic performing and circuit and tools,

mensuration and calculation, electronics preparation interpretation, testing, repairing electronics

connection, quality standards application, assembling, maintaining electronically controlled

domestic appliances. ADMISSION TO THE PROGRAM The students shall be admitted in Public Technical-Vocational High Schools upon compliance with the following requirements/qualifications     Must have potential skill in any of the specialization of the components of TVE as reflected in the High School Occupational Interest Inventory (HSOII) results. Must possess a desirable and healthy attitude towards skill activity. Must have passed interview and aptitude test. Must submit the following documents upon enrolment. - Form 138 - Parental consent for the students to undergo other related activities outside the school. - Medical Certificate is issued by a government physician. - Certification of good moral character from the elementary school principal.

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Carry out measurements and calculation. of Hours 60 Perform Mensuration and Calculation Performing Mensuration and Calculation Prepare and Interpret Technical Drawing Used in Electronics Preparing and Interpreting Technical Drawing Used in Electronics 210 2 .COURSE STRUCTURE SECOND YEAR UNIT OF COMPETENCY Use Basic Electronic Hand Tools MODULE TITLE Using Basic Electronic Hand Tools LEARNING OUTCOME LO 1. Interpret electronic diagrams. Identify electronic components. LO 1. LO 2. LO 3. Make a simple electrical circuit. Test a simple electrical and 100 40 Suggested No. Use appropriate electronic hand tools based on safety equivalent. Maintain measuring instruments. LO 2. Store Electronic diagrams according to established policies. Prepare and connect a simple circuit in Electronics. Terminate and Connect Electrical Wiring and Electronic Circuit Terminating and Connecting Electrical Wiring and Electronic Circuit LO 1. Identify functional basic electronic hand tools. LO 3. LO 2. Select measuring instrument. Prepare electronic diagrams LO 4. Maintain electronic hand tools. LO 2. LO 1. LO 3. LO 3.

Identify the parts and function of a microwave oven. LO 2.electronic circuit Apply Quality Standards on Electronic Component Parts Applying Quality Standards on Electronic Component Parts LO 1. 50 60 30 3 . LO 2. Assess quality of received electronic components. LO 2. LO1. Diagnose and troubleshoot an electric fan. Identify the parts and functions of an electric fan. LO 2. Asses own work. 90 THIRD YEAR UNIT OF COMPETENCY Assemble and Disassemble Consumer Electronic Product and System MODULE TITLE Assembling AC – DC Power Supply MODULE CONTENT Suggeste d No. Assemble AC-DC power supply on the Printed Circuit Board. LO3: Engage in quality improvements. LO 1. LO3. Maintain and repair an electric fan. of Hours Maintain and Repair Electronically Controlled Appliances Maintaining and Repairing Electric Fan Maintain and Repair Electronically Controlled Appliances Maintaining and Repairing Microwave Oven LO 1. LO 3: Maintain and repair a microwave oven. Identify the parts and electronic components of an Alternating Current – Direct Current (ACDC) power supply. Diagnose a microwave oven and analyze the defects found.

LO 3. Diagnose/ troubleshoot a blender defects. LO 1. Identify the parts and functions of electric flat iron. LO3: Maintain and repair a rice cooker. LO 2. LO 2. Identify the parts and functions of washing machine. LO 2. Identify the parts and functions of a blender. Identify the functions of the parts of a rice cooker. Diagnose / troubleshoot electric flat iron defects. Maintain and repair electric flat iron LO 1. 30 70 Maintain and Repair Electronically Controlled Appliances Maintaining and Repairing Electric Flat Iron 30 Maintain and Repair Electronically Controlled Appliances Maintaining and Repairing Rice Cooker 30 4 . LO 3: Maintain and repair washing machine. Diagnose a rice cooker and analyze the defects found. LO 3: Maintain and repair blender LO 1. LO2. Diagnose/ troubleshoot washing machine defects.Maintain and Repair Electronically Controlled Appliances Maintaining and Repairing Blender Maintain and Repair Electronically Controlled Appliances Maintaining and Repairing Washing Machine LO 1.

LO 2. LO 1. Prepare audio tools and workplace for maintenance/repair of audio products. Diagnose faults of audio products and systems LO 3 Maintain and repair audio products and system LO 1. Diagnose and analyze the defects found in a Suggested No.video products and system. Diagnose a low-end cellular phone unit and analyze the defects found. LO 1.FOURTH YEAR UNIT OF COMPETENCY Maintain and Repair Audio – Video Products and System MODULE TITLE Maintaining and Repairing Audio Products and system MODULE CONTENT LO 1.Identify the parts of a high .end cellular phone unit and interpret the schematic diagram LO2. tools and workplace for maintenance and repair of audio-video product and system. of Hours 75 Maintain and Repair Audio – Video Products and System Maintaining and Repairing Audio – Video Products and system 100 Service and Repair of Cellular Phone Servicing and Repairing Low – End Cellular Phone 90 Service and Repair of Cellular Phone Servicing and repairing High – End Cellular phone 135 5 . Prepare an audio video unit. Diagnose faults of audio .Identify the parts of a low-end cellular phone unit and interpret the schematic diagram LO2. LO3 Maintain and repair audio . LO2. LO3 Maintain and repair a low-end cellular phone unit.video products and system.

self-directed and reflective approaches. RESOURCES: Learning Elements/Handouts  Electrical Safety  Using Basic Electronic Hand Tools  Diagrams  Measuring resistance using VOM  Connecting and Terminating Electronic Circuits  Applying Quality Standards  Electronic Component Testing  Assembling AC – DC Power supply  Maintaining and Repairing Electric Fan  Maintaining and Repairing Microwave Oven  Maintaining and Repairing Blender 6 . the students will be assessed through the following method:  Written examination  Demonstration  Interview  Direct observation  Oral examination COURSE DELIVERY: (METHODOLOGY) The program will build on the present knowledge. Lecture-discussion. LO 4. Install additional features ASSESSMENT METHOD: Upon completion of each module. Test a repaired high – end cellular phone unit. skills and attitude of the students. thus the conduct will be highly participative. The strategies will focus on interactive. LO 5. demonstration method and hands on workshop will be included in the delivery of the program. LO3 Maintain and repair a high -end cellular phone unit.high – end cellular phone unit.

       Maintaining and Repairing Washing Machine Maintaining and Repairing Electric Flat Iron Maintaining and Repairing Rice Cooker Maintaining and Repairing Audio Products and System Maintaining and Repairing Audio – Video Products and System Servicing and Repairing a Low – End Cellular Phone Servicing and Repairing a High – End Cellular Phone Selections/Collections of Video Programs  Safety Practices in Workshop  Electrical Safety  Electronic Hand Tools  Electronic Components Transparency  Electrical Safety  Diagrams  Meter scale reading  Measuring Voltage using VOM  Parts of multi-tester  Resistor Color Coding Chart  Electronic Components Specification Equipment  Oscilloscope  Audio Generator  Distortion Analyzer  Frequency Counter  Sweep Generator  Signal Generator  Pattern Generator  High Voltage Meter  Audio Frequency Counter  Analog/Digital Multitester  Power Supply  AM-FM Radio Receiver  AM Radio Receiver  Professional Audio/Public Address (PA) System  MP3/MP4  Television Set  PC Monitor  Cellular Phone Unit  Personal Protective Equipment .Safety goggles/Masks 7 .

.Rubber gloves Domestic Appliances  Electric Fan  Microwave oven  Blender  Washing Machine  Electric Flat Iron  Rice Cooker Tools  Driving Tools o Screw Drivers (flat. Philips) o Allen Wrench (hex) o Precision Screw Drivers  Soldering/Desoldering Tools o Soldering Iron o Soldering Stand o Desoldering Tool o Hot Air Soldering Tool  Splicing Tools o Long Nose Pliers o Diagonal Cutting Pliers o Wire Stripper  Boring Tools o Mini-Drill o Portable Electric Drill  Cutting Tools o Utility Knife o Hacksaw  Auxiliary Tools o Ball-peen Hammer o Magnifying Glass o Paint Brush  Cleaning Brush  Cleaning Agent Materials       Printed Circuit Board Ferric Chloride Solution Bread Board Soldering Lead Sets of Connector Alligator Clips 8 .

Lasala. Ltd: 1988. Sharif. John. Simple Electronics.Mukay. Rommel M. TV Troubleshooting Manual. Joel. Inc: 1992. Bernard.Perozzo. Masaaki. Troubleshooting Electronic Devices. BOOKS: Buban. Grob. 4th Edition. Project & Circuits Volume 1. BWI and have undergone AQ1 and TQ1 Training. Basic Electronics. New York: Mc Graw-Hill: 1972. Quapo. Practical Electronics Troubleshooting: Delmar Publishers.Tan. 4th Edition. Bernard. Electronics Dictionary. Ryozzo. Delmar Publishers. Manila: Electrolab Corporation. USA: 1982 Markus. Practical Electronics Solid State Servicing.    Electronic Components Speaker Wires o Solid o Stranded Masking Tape QUALIFICATION OF TEACHERS: The teacher who will handle this course must possess the following qualifications:    A graduate of BS in Electrical Engineering or BS in Industrial Education major in Electrical Technology/Electronics Technology with 21 units in Education course A professional teacher He/she must be a holder of at least National Certificate Level II. Kobayashi. . Electronics Technology IV. Marcelo T. Peter andSchmitt. Fred T. Inc:1994. Inc.Goldberg. Marshall. Souvenir Publications. Andes Mountain Printers: 2004 Enriquez. Manila: 1982 . . Pictorial Printers. McGraw-Hill Company. New York: Mc Graw-Hill Company: 1977 Grob. Electronics Circuits and Application..: 2003 Pagarigan. 9 . Technical Electricity and Electronics. Gantalao. New York: McGraw-Hill Company: 1945 . James. Michael Q. 1986 Staff of Electronic Enthusiasts.. Marconi and Bandi.

.uk/nokia-dismantle.com .org/cell_phone.http.mobile-hardware.net .blueyonder.pwp.htm 10 .htm .blueyonder.co.com .co.htm .www. Practical VCR Repair.uk/index.www.htm .co.www.http://uselessinfo.co.pwp.pwp.www. Inc: 1995.http://uselessinfo.uk/hints_moto.google. Delmar Publishers.blueyonder.com .panasonic.co.http://uselessinfo.Ronan.http://repair4mobilephone.twisterflasher.com .html .//e-service.pwp.blueyonder.uk/SIEMENSdismantle. David T.yahoo.blueyonder.htm .pwp.http://uselessinfo.http://uselessinfo.uk/hints_nokia..

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proper handling and maintenance. use appropriate electronic hand tools based on safety equivalent. LO 2. 12 .UNIT OF COMPETENCY : USE BASIC ELECTRONIC HAND TOOLS Using Basic Electronic Hand Tools This module covers the knowledge. skills and attitudes on the choice of basic electronic hand tools their uses. : 60 hrs MODULE TITLE MODULE DESCRIPTION : : NOMINAL/ SUGGESTED DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL : PREREQUISITE : NC II NONE SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module you should be able to: LO 1. and maintain basic electronic hand tools. LO 3. identify functional basic electronic hand tools.

Electronic hand tools are identified and classified according to their applications. Functions of electronic hand tools are identified and explained. Philips) o Allen Wrench (hex) o Precision screw drivers  Soldering/Desoldering Tools o Soldering iron o Soldering stand o Desoldering tool  Splicing Tools o Long Nose Pliers o Diagonal Cutting Pliers o Wire Stripper  Boring Tools o Mini – Drill o Portable Electric Drill  Metal Files o Flat File o Half – Round file o Round File  Cutting Tools o Utility Knife o Hacksaw 13 . Electronic hand tools are specified according to job requirements.LO 1 Identify functional basic electronic hand tools ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. 2. CONTENTS:     Classification of Electronic Hand Tool Functions of Various Electronic Hand Tools Identification of The Kinds of Electronic Hand Tools Specifying Electronic Hand Tools CONDITION: Below are the classifications of electronic hand tools:  Driving Tools o Screw Drivers ( flat. 3.

 Auxiliary Tools o Ball – peen Hammer o Magnifying Glass o Paint Brush METHODOLOGIES:    Lecture Group Discussion Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHODS:    Written test (objective type) Practical demonstration with oral questioning Performance test 14 .

Electronic tools are chosen in accordance with the job requirements.LO 2 Use appropriate electronic hand tools based on safety equivalent ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. 2. Electronic tools are used in accordance with the manufacturer’s manual. CONTENTS:   Use of Appropriate Electronic Hand Tools o Flat File o Soldering Iron Safety Requirements with whe Use wf Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). 3. CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Various electronic hand tools o Screw drivers (flat and Philips) o Pliers long nose pliers diagonal pliers o Puncher o Allen wrench (assorted) o Files (assorted) o Hand Hacksaw with blade o Soldering iron o Desoldering tools o Ball hammer o Wrenches o Magnifying glass o Cleaning brush o Wire stripper o PPE Learning materials  15 . Safety procedures in using electronic hand tools are practiced.

  o Electronic Hand tools manual o OHS manual o Requisition slips PPE Workplace according to the given task/s METHODOLOGIES:  Demonstration  Self-paced/ Discovery  Concept mapping ASSESSMENT METHODS:  Performance Test  Written test  Practical demonstration with oral questioning 16 .

 Performance Rubrics 17 . CONTENTS:  Procedure in Maintaining Electronic Hand Tools  Procedure in Storing Electronic Hand Tools CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Storage area  Hand tools o Screw drivers (flat and Philips) o Pliers long nose pliers diagonal pliers o Puncher o Allen wrench (assorted) o Files (assorted) o Hand Hacksaw with blade o Soldering iron o Desoldering tools o Ball hammer o Nut driver (assorted) o Magnifying glass o Cleaning brush o Wire stripper o PPE  Lubricants  Clean rags  Learning materials o Hand tools manual o OHS manual o Requisition slips METHODOLOGIES:  Team Demonstration  Self-paced/ Discovery ASSESSMENT METHODS:  Practical demonstration with oral questioning. Electronic tools are kept safely in a designated location.LO 3 Maintain electronic hand tools ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Routine maintenance of electronic hand tools is practiced. 2.

care. : 40 hrs NOMINAL/ SUGGESTED DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL : PREREQUISITE : NC II NONE SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module you should be able to: LO 1. select measuring instruments.UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PERFORM MENSURATION AND CALCULATION PERFORMING MENSURATION AND CALCULATION MODULE TITLE : MODULE DESCRIPTION : This module covers the knowledge. skills and attitudes needed to identify. carry out measurements and calculation. handle and use measuring instruments. and maintain measuring instruments. LO 2. 18 . LO 3.

2. Reading the Scale of Measuring Instruments 3. CONTENTS: 1. Measuring instruments are specified per job requirements. Use of measuring tools is explained. capacitor etc.Volt-Ohm-Milliameter  Measuring Instrument Manual METHODOLOGIES:    Lecture Discussion Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Actual Performance Exam 19 .Steel rule . The scale of measuring instrument is interpreted. 3. Specification of Measuring Tools and Instruments CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Electronic components (resistor. Measuring Tools and Their Uses 2.)  Instruments .LO 1 Select measuring instruments ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1.

Calculations needed to complete tasks are performed. 3. 2. Measurements are read based on the specific range setting of the task. 4. Calculations involving conversion of units are interpreted. CONTENTS:    Common Mathematical Prefixes Calibration of Measuring Instruments Conversion of Units (English to Metric & Vice Versa) for Measurement and Calculation CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Calibration / Reading of measuring instruments Instruments   Steel rule Volt-Ohm-Milliammeter METHODOLOGIES:    Lecture Discussion Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test Practical demonstration with oral questioning 20 .LO 2 Carry out measurements and calculation ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Accurate measurements are obtained for a job.

Volt-Ohm Milliammeter   Learning materials a.LO 3 Maintain measuring instruments ASSESMENT CRITERIA: 1. Measuring instruments are handled properly. Measuring instrument manual b.) METHODOLOGIES:    Lecture Demonstration Role Playing ASSESMENT METHODS   Written test (objective type) Practical demonstration with oral questioning 21 . Steel rule b. Requisition slip Cleaning materials (rags. 2. Measuring instruments are cleaned before and after they are used. etc. Proper storage of instruments is undertaken according to the manufacturer’s specifications and standard operating procedures. 3. CONTENTS:   Proper Handling of Measuring Instrument Proper Cleaning and Storing of Measuring Instruments CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Measuring Instruments a.

LO 2. LO 3. prepare electronic diagrams. 22 . and LO 4. identify electronic components.UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PREPARE AND INTERPRET TECHNICAL DRAWING USED IN ELECTRONICS PREPARING AND INTERPRETING TECHNICAL DRAWING USED IN ELECTRONICS This module covers the knowledge. : 100 hrs. skills and attitudes needed to prepare interpret diagrams. you should be able to: LO 1. symbols and dimensions. MODULE TITLE : MODULE DESCRIPTION : NOMINAL/SUGGESTED DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PREREQUISITE : : NC II NONE SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module. electronics abbreviation and drawings. store electronic diagrams based on established policies. interpret electronic diagrams.

ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test Performance Test 23 . CONTENTS:   Types of Electronic Components Functions of Electronic Components The following resources are needed:  Kinds of Electronic Components o Resistor o Capacitor o Diode o Transistor o Thyristor o IC METHODOLOGIES:    Discussion Schematic Diagram Reading Actual Exposure in Electronics Circuitry. Electronic components are identified based on their functions. 2. Electronic components are classified based on their specification.LO 1 Identify electronic components ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1.

3. 2. The connection of the electronic symbols in a circuit is traced.LO 2 Interpret electronic diagrams ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. CONTENTS:  Kinds of Electronic Diagrams o Pictorial Diagram o Block Diagram o Schematic Diagram o Wiring Diagram  Electronics Symbols CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Actual electronic components  Diagrams o Schematic diagram o Pictorial o Block diagram o Wiring diagram METHODOLOGIES:  Lecture/Discussion  Actual Diagram Reading  Actual Exposure on Electronics Circuitry. Electronic diagram are identified according to job requirements. The equivalent components are distinguished based on the symbols given. ASSESSMENT METHODS:  Written test (objective type)  Performance test 24 .

All the specifications required by the job are detailed in the diagrams drawn. The symbols appropriate to the electronic components are used in the electronic diagrams.LO 3 Prepare electronic diagrams ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. CONTENTS:  Guidelines in Drawing Diagrams  Standard Diagrams in Electronics CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Instruments o Drawing board o Rulers o HB Pencil  Materials o Drawing paper o Actual electronics component  Learning materials o Diagrams  Schematic diagram  Pictorials diagram  Block diagram  Wiring diagram METHODOLOGIES:   Lecture Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Practical demonstration with oral questioning 25 . Electronic diagrams are drawn based on the requirements of the job. 3. 2.

2. Electronic diagrams are recorded and an inventory is prepared. CONTENTS:   Recording of electronic diagrams Proper storage of electronic diagrams CONDITIONS: The    following resources are needed: Storage area for technical drawings Catalog Manuals on care and maintenance procedure of electronic diagram. METHODOLOGIES:   Lecture Group Discussion ASSESSMENT METHODS:  Practical demonstration with oral questioning 26 . Proper storage of diagram is undertaken.LO 4 Store electronic diagrams based on established policies ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1.

make a simple electrical circuit. test a simple electrical and electronics circuit. : 210 hrs MODULE TITLE : MODULE DESCRIPTION : NOMINAL/SUGGESTED DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PREREQUISITE : : NC II NONE SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module. and LO 3. prepare and connect a simple circuit in electronics. LO 2. skills and attitudes needed to terminate and connect an electrical wiring and electronic circuit.UNIT OF COMPETENCY : TERMINATE AND CONNECT ELECTRICAL WIRING AND ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT TERMINATING AND CONNECTING OF ELECTRICAL WIRING AND ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT This unit covers the knowledge. you should be able to: LO 1. 27 .

Appropriate electrical symbols are used. CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Tools and materials o Pencil o Ruler o Paper  Sample of actual circuit  Schematic diagram of a simple circuit  Actual components of a simple circuit  Handouts in circuit designing METHODOLOGIES:   Discussion Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Performance test on designing a simple circuit 28 .LO 1 Make a simple electrical circuit ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. The specifications of electronic components are indicated. 2. CONTENTS:    Components of Simple Circuit Electronic Symbols Parts of a Simple Circuit o source o load o path o switch  Procedure in Making Simple Circuit. 3. A simple circuit is made based on the required specifications.

CONTENTS:      Personal Protective Equipment Harnessing Wires Splices and Joints Circuit Analysis Circuit and Connection CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Manuals o Personal Protective Equipment o Occupational Health & Safety o Electronic Hand tools o Harnessing Wires o Splices and Joints  Actual sample of splices and joints  Materials and components o Wires o Cables o Electrical tape o Switch o Fuse o Bulb  Tool set includes the following but not limited to: o pliers o cutter o screw driver (flat.LO 2 Prepare and connect a simple circuit in electronics ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Electronic components are checked according to the specifications and task /s. requirements and safety policies. Correct sequence of operation is followed according to the job specifications. Personal Protective Equipment & Occupational Health and Safety Policies are observed in accordance with industry standards. Philip) 29 . Correct method in connection is used according to specification. 2. 3. 4.

METHODOLOGIES:   Lecture/Discussion Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHOD:    Written test Practical demonstration with oral questioning Role Playing 30 .

Wiring/Circuit is checked in accordance with the circuit design.LO 3 Test a simple electrical and electronics circuit ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. o pliers o cutter o screw driver (flat. 2. Circuits are tested using the appropriate tools. CONTENTS:   Tools in Testing Circuits in Electronics Procedures in Testing a Simple Circuit CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Simple circuit  Power supply(0-12 VDC)  Tools set includes the following but not limited to. Philip)  Analog/digital multitester METHODOLOGIES:   Lecture/Discussion Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHODS:  Practical demonstration with oral questioning 31 .

and LO 3. engage in quality improvements. organization procedures and customer requirements. The unit also includes the application of relevant safety procedures and regulations.UNIT OF COMPETENCY : APPLY QUALITY STANDARDS ON ELECTRONIC COMPONENT PARTS APPLYING QUALITY STANDARDS ON ELECTRONIC COMPONENT PARTS This module covers the knowledge. you should be able to: LO 1. skills and attitudes needed to apply quality standards in the electronic components. LO 2. : 90 hrs MODULE TITLE : MODULE DESCRIPTOR : NOMINAL/SUGGESTED DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PREREQUISITE : : NC II NONE SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module. assess quality of received electronic components. assess own work. 32 .

LO 1 Assess quality of received electronic components ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. which do not conform to quality standard are identified and marked for disposal. Quality of the electronic components is checked according to the specifications. CONTENTS:    Quality inspection procedure Identification and isolation of faulty electronic components. 2. 3. Quality standard electronic components are separated from sub-standard electronic components. CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:   Assorted Electronic Components (20 pcs. Electronic components. Samples of good and faulty electronic components. for each kind) Multi-Tester METHODOLOGIES:   Discussion Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Demonstration 33 .

Completed work is checked against the organizational work procedures on tools. 3. Information on the quality of the performance is recorded in accordance with the organizational quality procedures. 4. 2. CONTENTS:   The PDCA Cycle Assessing One’s Work Using the PDCA Cycle CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Case study  Report Form in Quality Improvements METHODOLOGIES:    Lecture Discussion Case study ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test Case study 34 . The quality standard set by the organization is followed. Deviations from specified quality standard and their causes are reported in accordance with the organizational work procedures.LO 2 Assess own work ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1.

4. Process improvement procedures are applied and implemented.LO 3 Engage in quality improvements ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Existing organizational work procedures are assessed. CONTENTS:    Assessing the Organizational Work Procedure Applying the PDCA Cycle in Organizational Work Improvement Procedure Preparing a Report and Recommendation CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Case study  Report Form in Quality Improvement METHODOLOGIES:    Lecture Group Discussion Case study ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Role Playing Case study 35 . Information on quality of organizational performance is recorded. Deviations from specified quality standards and their causes are reported. 3. 2. Improvement in work procedures is recommended. 5.

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LO 2. : 50 hrs MODULE TITLE : MODULE DESCRIPTION : NOMINAL/ SUGGESTED DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL : PREREQUISITE : NC II NONE SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module. identify the parts and electronic components of an AC-DC power supply. 37 . you should be able to: LO 1.UNIT OF COMPETENCY : ASSEMBLE AND DISSAMBLE CONSUMER ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS AND SYSTEM ASSEMBLING AC-DC POWER SUPPLY This unit covers the knowledge. skills and attitudes required to assemble consumer electronic products and systems. and assemble AC-DC power supply on the printed circuit board.

Types of AC-DC Power Supply 2. 3. The parts of an AC-DC power supply are identified. The electronic components needed to assemble an AC-DC power supply are listed and acquired. Parts of AC-DC Power Supply 3. 2. CONTENTS: 1.LO 1 Identify the parts and electronic components of an AC-DC Power supply ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. The types of AC – DC power supply are enumerated. Electronic Components of AC-DC Power Supply CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Textbooks  Manuals  AC-DC power supply METHODOLOGIES:   Lecture/Discussion Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHOD:  Written test (objective type) 38 .

LO 2 Assemble AC-DC power supply on the printed circuit board ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Manuals on occupation health and safety policies Electronic tool and equipment  Soldering Iron  Desoldering tool  Screwdriver (Flat / Philip)  Wire stripper / Utility knife  Pliers  Diagonal cutting pliers  long nose pliers  High grade magnifying glass with lamp  Cleaning brush  Soldering lead  Cleaning agent  Wires  Stranded  Solid 39 . CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Textbooks on AC/DC power supply assembly. Interconnecting All Auxiliary Components including the Transformers from the Chassis. CONTENTS:     Designing and etching of printed circuit board of AC-DC power supply Mounting and Soldering Electronic Components on the Printed Circuit Board. Electronic components are mounted and soldered at the appropriate location on the printed circuit board. Printed circuit board design and etching of AC-DC power supply are prepared. Assembled AC-DC power supply is tested and defects are corrected. 2. 4. 3. Testing AC-DC Power Supply. All auxiliary components including the transformer are interconnected on the printed circuit board.

1/8) with adaptor (+12VDC supply) Sand paper Pencil Ruler AC-DC power supply kit (1.5 – 12 volts variable power supply) Analog multi tester (voltmeter / VOM) METHODOLOGIES:    Group Discussion Demonstration Actual testing of AC/DC power supply ASSESSMENT METHOD:  Demonstration 40 .       Pre-design Printed Circuit Boards (PCB) Mini drill with drill bit 91/16.

diagnose and troubleshoot an electric fan. the you should be able to: LO 1. maintain and repair an electric fan. : 60 hrs MODULE TITLE : MODULE DESCRIPTION : NOMINAL/SUGGESTED DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PRE-REQUISITE : : NC II NONE SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module. and LO 3. skills and attitudes on maintaining and repairing electric fan.UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MAINTAIN AND REPAIR ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED DOMESTIC APPLIANCES MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING ELECTRIC FAN This unit covers the knowledge. LO 2. 41 . identify the parts and functions of an electric fan.

The operation of an electric fan is explained. 2.LO 1 Identify the parts and function of an electric fan ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. CONTENTS:    The Operation of an Electric Fan The Parts of an Electric Fan are Identified Function of Each Part CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Actual part s of Electric Fan o External  fan guard  blade  stand  switch/speed control  back & front cover  timer  oscillating control o Internal  Non –polarized capacitor  motor  resistor  gear  Integrated Circuit Service manual  METHODOLOGIES:    Lecture Discussion Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHOD:  Written test (objective type) 42 . Parts of an electric fan are identified. 3. The functions of its parts are explained.

LO 2 Diagnose and troubleshoot an electric fan ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. 3. System defect/fault symptoms are identified using appropriate tools and equipment.plugs and cords . Troubleshooting is performed in accordance with the service manual.Electrical faults -switch -motor .wiring . flat)  Pliers o Diagonal pliers o long nose pliers o long chain nose pliers  Soldering Iron  Wire stripper  Wrench (assorted) 43 . Results of diagnosis and testing are documented. CONTENTS:     Procedure and Techniques in Pre-Testing of The Electric fan Troubleshooting Procedure Tools for Testing Possible Faults and Corresponding Remedies . Pre-testing procedure is followed in accordance with the manufacturer’s manual. 4. Identified defects and faults are explained to the responsible person. 2.fuse CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Service Manual of electric fan  Electric Fan o Functional o Defective  Screw drivers (Philip.Mechanical faults . 5.

    Desoldering tools Cleaning brush Test jig High grade magnifying glass METHODOLOGIES:    Discussion Demonstration Self-paced/ Discovery ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Performance Test 44 .

LO 3 Maintain and repair an electric fan ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Personal Protective Equipment are used in accordance with Occupational Health and Safety practices. 2. Electro-Static Discharge (ESD) protection procedure is followed. 3. Defective parts/components are replaced with identical equivalent ratings and repaired at the specified location. 4. Control settings/adjustments are performed in conformity with service-manual specifications. 5. The unit is cleaned after the maintenance and repair activity. CONTENTS:     Electro-Static Discharge (ESD) Protection Procedure Component Checking and Replacement Specification of Replacement Parts Repair Procedure

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Testing Instruments - Multi-testers (Analog/Digital)  Electronic hand tools - Screw drivers (Philip, flat) - Pliers  diagonal pliers  long nose pliers  long chain nose pliers - Soldering Iron - Wire stripper - Desoldering tools - Cleaning brush - Test jig - High grade magnifying glass Personal Protective Equipment o Working Clothes/Apron o Hand gloves o Face/Dust Mask o Goggles 45

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Workbench Materials o Wire, various sizes o Soldering lead o Rags o Cleaning brush o Soldering paste o Lubricants o Job report sheets o Cleaning agent Spare Electronic components of electric fan o Capacitor o Fusible resistor Spare motor Defective Electric fan

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METHODOLOGIES:    Lecture / Discussion Demonstration Written test

ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Demonstration Performance test on troubleshooting and repairing of electric fan

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MAINTAIN AND REPAIR ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED DOMESTIC APPLIANCES MAINTANING AND REPAIRING MICROWAVE OVEN This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed for maintaining and repairing a microwave oven : 30 hrs

MODULE TITLE MODULE DESCRIPTION

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NOMINAL/SUGGESTED DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PREREQUISITE : : NC II NONE

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module, you should be able to: LO 1. identify the parts and functions of a microwave oven; LO 2. diagnose a microwave oven and analyze defects found; and LO 3. maintain and repair a microwave oven.

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3. 2. The functions of its part are discussed. CONTENT:    Operation of a Microwave Oven Parts of a Microwave Oven Function of its Parts CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Actual unit of microwave oven o Functional o Defective o Internal parts  Resistor  Diode  Capacitor  Integrated Circuit  Transistor  Transformer o External parts  Casing  Plug  Power Cord  Switch  Fuse  Manual o Service manual o Parts of a microwave oven METHODOLOGIES:   Lecture/Discussion Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Performance Test 48 . The operation of a microwave oven is explained.LO 1 Identify the parts and functions of a microwave oven ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. The parts of a microwave oven are identified.

4. Troubleshooting is performed based on the service manual. 5. Results of diagnosis and testing are documented and followed according to manufacture’s specification. Pre-testing procedure is performed in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions. flat) o Pliers .long chain nose pliers o Soldering Iron o Wire stripper o Wrench (assorted) o Desoldering tools o Cleaning brush o Test jig o High grade magnifying glass 49 . System defects/fault symptoms are identified using appropriate tools and equipment.Diagonal pliers . 6. Safety practices are observed during troubleshooting of microwave oven. Identified defects and faults are explained to the responsible person. 3.LO 2 Diagnose a microwave oven and analyze the defects found ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1.long nose pliers . 2. CONTENT:      Possible Faults and Corresponding Remedies Tools used in Pre-Testing a Microwave Oven Pre-Testing Procedure of a Microwave Oven Troubleshooting Procedure of a Microwave Oven Safety Practices in Troubleshooting Microwave Oven CONDITIONS The following resources are needed:  Service Manual  Microwave oven o Functional microwave oven o Defective microwave oven  Electronic hand tools o Screw drivers (Philip.

METHODOLOGIES:   Lecture/Discussion Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test Demonstration 50 .

Repair activity is performed within the required timeframe. Control settings/adjustments are performed in conformity with service-manual specifications. 3.LO 3 Maintain and repair a microwave oven ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. CONTENTS:  Component Replacement Guide   Component Checking and Replacement Procedures in Maintaining and Repairing of a Microwave Oven CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Testing Instruments o Multi-testers (Analog/Digital)  Electronic hand tools o Screw drivers (assorted) o Pliers (assorted) o Soldering Iron o Wire stripper  Personal Protective Equipment o Working Clothes/Apron o Hand gloves o Face/Dust Mask  Workbench  Materials o Wire. various sizes o Soldering lead o Rags o Cleaning brush  Reference Manual o Semiconductor Electronic Component Guide (ECG) 51 . Defective parts/components are replaced with identical equivalent ratings and repaired at the specified location. Personal protective equipment is used in accordance with Occupational Health and Safety practices. 4. 2.

METHODOLOGIES:   Demonstration Group Discussion ASSESSMENT METHOD:  Demonstration 52 .

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MAINTAIN AND REPAIR ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED DOMESTIC APPLIANCES MAINTAINING AND REPARING A BLENDER This unit covers the knowledge. and LO 3. skills and attitudes in maintaining and repairing a blender. you should be able to: LO 1. identify the parts and functions of a blender. : 30 hrs MODULE TITLE : MODULE DESCRIPTION : NOMINAL/SUGGESTED DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PRE-REQUISITE : : NC II NONE SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module. 53 . diagnose/troubleshoot blender defects. LO 2. maintain and repair blender.

The parts and their functions are identified based on manufacturer’s service manual. 2. CONTENT:  Parts and Functions of Blender CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:  Blender o Internal parts  Motor  Thermal Fuse o External parts o Switch o Plug & cord o Casing o Blade  Manual o Service manual METHODOLOGIES:    Discussion Demonstration Self-paced/ Discovery ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Practical demonstration with oral questioning 54 .LO 1 Identify the parts and functions of a blender ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Parts are handled in accordance with manufacturer’s service manual.

flat) o Pliers . 3.diagonal pliers .LO 2 Diagnose/troubleshoot a blender defects ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. 4. CONTENTS:  Pre-testing Procedure of Blender  Troubleshooting Guide (Faults and Remedies) of a Blender CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:  Service Manual  Blender  Electronic hand tools o Screw drivers (Philip. Identified defects and faults are explained to the responsible person (teacher as in the case of students) in accordance with the enterprise or company policy and procedures.long nose pliers . System defects/fault symptoms are identified using appropriate tools and equipment and in accordance with safety procedures.long chain nose pliers o Soldering Iron o Wire stripper o Wrench (assorted) o Desoldering tools o Cleaning brush o Test jig o High grade magnifying glass METHODOLOGIES:   Discussion Demonstration 55 . Customers (Assessors/Teachers) are advised/informed regarding the status and serviceability of the unit as per procedure. Pre-testing procedure is observed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Results of diagnosis and testing are documented accurately and completely within the specified time frame. 2. 5.

 Self-paced/ Discovery ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Demonstration 56 .

Repair activity is performed within the required time frame. 2. 5. 4.LO 3 Maintain and repair blender ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Personal protective equipment is used in accordance with the Occupational Health and Safety practices. Defective parts/components are replaced with identical equivalent ratings and repaired in accordance with the current industry standards. Cleaning of unit is performed in accordance with the standard procedure. various sizes o Soldering lead o Rags o Cleaning brush 57 . CONTENTS:    Occupational Health and Safety Practices Component Checking and Replacement Procedure in Maintaining and Repairing a Blender CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:  Testing Instruments o Multi-testers (Analog/Digital)  Electronic hand tools o Screw drivers (assorted) o Pliers (assorted) o Soldering Iron o Wire stripper  Personal Protective Equipment o Working Clothes/Apron o Hand gloves o Face/Dust Mask   Workbench Materials o Wire. 3. Control settings/adjustments are performed in conformity with the service-manual specifications.

METHODOLOGIES:  Demonstration  Group Discussion  Self-paced/ Discovery ASSESSMENT METHODS:  Written test (objective type)  Practical demonstration with oral questioning 58 .

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MAINTAIN AND REPAIR ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED DOMESTIC APPLIANCES MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING WASHING MACHINE This unit covers the knowledge. you should be able to: LO 1. and LO 3. identify the parts and functions of a washing machine. maintain and repair washing machine. : 70 hrs MODULE TITLE : MODULE DESCRIPTION : NOMINAL/SUGGESTED DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PREREQUISITE : : NC II NONE SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES : Upon completion of this module. diagnose/troubleshoot washing machine defects. skills and attitudes on maintaining and repairing washing machine. 59 . LO 2.

Parts are handled in accordance with the manufacturer’s service manual. 2.LO 1 Identify the parts and functions of washing machine ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. The parts and their functions are identified based on manufacturer’s service manual. CONTENTS:   Parts and Functions of Washing Machine Block Diagram of Electronically Controlled Washing Machine CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:  Washing Machine o Internal parts  Motor o External parts  Timer  Speed Control  Plug & Cord  Casing  Manual o Service manual METHODOLOGIES:    Discussion Demonstration Self-paced/ Discovery ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Practical demonstration with oral questioning 60 .

3. Customers (Assessors/Teachers) are advised/informed regarding the status and serviceability of the unit as per procedure. Results of diagnosis and testing are documented accurately and completely within the specified timeframe. System defect and fault symptoms are identified using appropriate tools and equipment and in accordance with the safety procedure. 5. 2. CONTENTS:     Procedure and Techniques in Performing Pre-testing of the Washing Machine Troubleshooting Guide (Faults & Remedies) for Washing Machine Procedure in Assembling and Disassembling Electric Fan Mechanical Faults in Washing Machine o gear o bushing o spacers o washer o lubrication Electrical faults in washing machine. Pre-testing procedure is observed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Identified defects and faults are explained to the responsible person (the teacher) in accordance with the enterprise or company policy and procedure.LO 2 Diagnose/troubleshoot washing machine defects ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. 4. o switch o motor o wiring o plugs and cords o fuse  CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:  Washing Machine o Functional washing machine o Defective washing machine 61 .

  Service Manual of Washing Machine Electronic hand tools o Screw drivers (Philip. flat) o Pliers o Diagonal Pliers o long nose pliers o long chain nose pliers o Soldering Iron o Wire stripper o Wrench (assorted) o Desoldering tools o Cleaning brush o Test jig o High grade magnifying glass METHODOLOGIES:    Discussion Demonstration Self-paced/ Discovery ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Narrative report writing Demonstration 62 .

Electro-static discharge (ESD) protection procedure is followed in accordance with the current industry standards. Control settings/adjustments are performed in conformity with the service-manual specifications. 6. CONTENTS:     Occupational Health and Safety practices Electro-static Discharge (ESD) Protection Procedure Component Checking and Replacement of Washing Machine Procedures in Maintaining and Repairing of Washing Machine CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:  Washing Machine o Functional Washing Machine o Defective Washing Machine   Testing Instruments o Multi-testers (Analog/Digital) Electronic hand tools o Screw drivers (assorted) o Pliers (assorted) o Soldering Iron o Wire stripper o Personal Protective Equipment 63 . 4. 2. Cleaning of unit is performed in accordance with standard procedure. 3. 5. Repair activity is performed within the required time frame. Defective parts/components are replaced with the identical equivalent ratings and repaired in accordance with the current industry standards.LO 3 Maintain and repair washing machine ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Personal protective equipment is used in accordance with the Occupational Health and Safety practices.

o o o o o o  Working Clothes/Apron Hand gloves Face/Dust Mask Goggles Safety shoes Workbench Materials o Wire. various sizes o Soldering lead o Rags o Cleaning brush METHODOLOGIES:    Demonstration Group Discussion Self-paced/ Discovery ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Practical demonstration with oral questioning 64 .

: 30 hrs MODULE TITLE : MODULE DESCRIPTION : NOMINAL/SUGGESTED DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PRE-REQUISITE : : NC II NONE SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module. 65 . maintain and repair electric flat iron. and LO 3. skills and attitudes in maintaining and repairing electric flat iron. identify the parts and functions of electric flat iron. diagnose/troubleshoot electric flat iron defects.UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MAINTAIN AND REPAIR ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED DOMESTIC APPLIANCES MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING ELECTRIC FLAT IRON This unit covers the knowledge. LO 2. you should be able to: LO 1.

2. CONTENTS:   Parts of Electric Flat Iron and its Function Functions of the Parts of Electric Flat Iron CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:  Flat iron parts may include but not limited to o Internal Parts  Thermal Fuse  Heating Element o External Parts  Plug & Cord  Casing  Handle  Manual o Service manual METHODOLOGIES:    Lecture/Discussion Demonstration Self-paced/ Discovery ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Demonstration 66 . The parts of electric flat iron and their functions are identified based on the manufacturer’s service manual.LO 1 Identify the parts and function of electric flat iron ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Parts are handled in accordance with the manufacturer’s service manual.

Identified defects and faults are explained to the responsible person (the teacher) in accordance with the enterprise or company policy and procedures.LO 2 Diagnose/troubleshoot electric flat iron defects ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. 4. 3. Customers (Assessors/Teachers) are advised/informed regarding the status and serviceability of the unit as per procedure. Equipment and Devices in Troubleshooting Electric Flat Iron CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:  Service Manual  Electric Flat iron o Functional Electric Flat Iron o Defective Electric Flat Iron  Electronic hand tools o Screw drivers (Philip. Pre-testing procedure is observed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. System defect/fault symptoms are identified using appropriate tools and equipment and in accordance with the safety procedures. flat) o Pliers  diagonal pliers  long nose pliers  long chain nose pliers o Soldering Iron o Wire stripper  Wrench (assorted)  Desoldering tools  Cleaning brush 67 . 5. Results of diagnosis and testing are documented accurately and completely within the specified time frame. CONTENTS:  Procedure and Techniques in Performing Pre-testing of the Electric Flat Iron  Troubleshooting Guide (Faults & Remedies) of Electric Flat Iron  Tools. 2.

 Test jig METHODOLOGIES:    Lecture/ Discussion Demonstration Self-paced/ Discovery ASSESSMENT METHODS:    Written test (objective type) Demonstration Performance Test 68 .

5. Defective parts/components are replaced with identical equivalent ratings and repaired in accordance with the current industry standards. Personal protective equipment is used in accordance with Occupational Health and Safety practices.LO 3 Maintain and repair electric flat iron ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. various sizes o Soldering lead o Rags 69 . 2. 3. Repair activity is performed within the required time frame. Control settings/adjustments are performed in conformity with service-manual specifications. CONTENTS:   Procedures in Maintaining and Repairing of Electric Flat Iron Proper Care of Electric Flat Iron CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:  Electric Flat Iron o Functional electric flat iron o Defective electric lat iron  Testing Instruments o Multi-testers (Analog/Digital)  Electronic hand tools o Screw drivers (assorted) o Pliers (assorted) o Soldering Iron o Wire stripper  Personal Protective Equipment o Working Clothes/Apron o Hand gloves o Face/Dust Mask  Workbench  Materials o Wire. Cleaning of unit is performed in accordance with standard procedure. 4.

  o Cleaning brush Service manual Part list of electric flat iron METHODOLOGIES:    Demonstration Group Discussion Self-paced/ Discovery ASSESSMENT METHODS:    Written test (objective type) Demonstration Performance test 70 .

: 30 hrs MODULE TITLE : MODULE DESCRIPTION : NOMINAL/SUGGESTED DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PREREQUISITE : : NC II NONE SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module. identify the parts and functions of a rice cooker. LO 2.UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MAINTAIN AND REPAIR ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED DOMESTIC APPLIANCES MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING RICE COOKER This module covers the knowledge. 71 . and LO 3. skills and attitudes on maintaining and repairing rice cooker. you should be able to: LO 1. diagnose a rice cooker and analyze the defects found. maintain and repair rice cooker.

The functions of each part are explained. 2. 3.LO 1 Identify the parts and functions of a rice cooker ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. CONTENTS:     Operation of a Rice Cooker Parts of a Rice Cooker Functions of its Parts Applications and Uses of Rice Cooker CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Actual Parts Rice Cooker o Internal parts  Heating Element  Switch o External parts  Plug & Cord  Casing  Pilot lamp METHODOLOGIES:   Lecture/ Discussion Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHOD:  Written test (objective type) 72 . The operation of a rice cooker is explained. The parts of a rice cooker are identified based on the manufacturer’s manual.

2. 5. Manuals  Service Manual METHODOLOGIES:   Lecture/Discussion Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Actual/Practical Test 73 . Pre-testing procedure is performed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. 4. Troubleshooting is performed in accordance with the service manual. 3. Identified defects and faults are explained to the person in authority. Results of diagnosis and testing are documented. System defects/fault symptoms are identified using appropriate tools and equipment.LO 2 Diagnose a rice cooker and analyze the defects found ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. CONTENTS:    Procedures and Techniques in Pre-Testing a Rice Cooker Possible Faults and Corresponding Remedies Tools. Equipment. Equipment and Devices used in Troubleshooting a Rice Cooker CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Rice cooker o Functional Rice Cooker o Defective rice Cooker  Tools.

5. Defective parts/components are replaced with the identical equivalent ratings and repaired at the specified location. Personal Protective Equipment is used in accordance with the Occupational Health and Safety practices. CONTENTS:    Component Checking and Replacement of Rice Cooker Service-Manual Specifications of Rice Cooker Identifying the Specification of Replacement Parts of Rice Cooker CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Rice Cooker o Functional Rice Cooker o Defective Rice Cooker  Testing Instruments o Multi-testers (Analog/Digital)  Electronic hand tools o Screw drivers (assorted) o Pliers (assorted) o Wire stripper  Personal Protective Equipment o Working Clothes/Apron o Hand gloves  Workbench  Materials o Wire. 4.LO 3 Maintain and repair a rice cooker ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Control settings/adjustments are performed in conformity with the service-manual specifications. The unit is cleaned after the maintenance and repair activity. 3. various sizes o Rags o Cleaning brush 74 . 2. Repair activity is performed within the required time frame.

METHODOLOGIES:  Demonstration  Group Discussion  Self-paced/ Discovery ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Demonstration 75 .

MODULES OF INSTRUCTION FOURTH YEAR 76 .

maintain and repair audio products and system. diagnose faults of audio products and systems.UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MAINTAIN AND REPAIR AUDIOVIDEO PRODUCTS AND SYSTEM MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING AUDIO PRODUCTS AND SYSTEM This module covers the knowledge. and LO 3. he/she should be able to tests in different electronic components. reassembling and testing audio products and preparing reports. skills and attitudes required to maintain and repair audio products and system including diagnosing faults. SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module. 77 . you should be able to: LO 1. In case training is required. prepare audio units and workplace for maintenance/repair of audio products. LO 2. : 75 hrs MODULE TITLE : MODULE DESCRIPTION : NOMINAL/SUGGESTED DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PREREQUISITE : : NC II Before the student can take this module. he/she may take the module applying quality standards.

2. 3.FM Radio Receiver o AM Radio receiver o Professional audio/public address (PA) system (power amplifier) o MP3 Instruments o Signal Generator-AF/RF o Analog/Digital VOM o Oscilloscope o Power Supply o Audio Frequency Counter o Distortion Analyzer Electronic Hand Tools o Soldering Iron o Soldering Stand o Desoldering Tools o Set of Screw Drivers (Philip. Flat)   78 . test instruments and Personal Protective Equipment are prepared in accordance with their application or use. Work station is cleaned for repair activities in line with the company requirements. 5’S Application CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Equipment o AM. Equipment and Devices for Repairing Audio Products and System. Service manuals and service information required for repair and maintenance are used as references. Necessary tools.LO 1 Prepare audio units. CONTENTS:    Work Safety Requirements Tools. tools and workplace for maintenance and repair of audio products ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1.

o o o  Pliers o Long Nose Pliers o Diagonal Pliers o Long Chain Nose Pliers Utility Knife Cleaning Brush Supplies and Materials o Electronic Components o Soldering Lead o Wires o Silicon Grease o Soldering Flux o Requisition Slip Accessories o PPE  Working clothes  Hand Gloves  Mask  Goggles Learning Materials o Work Plan o Service Manuals o IC Manuals o Learning Elements   METHODOLOGIES:     Lecture/Discussion Demonstration Self-paced/Modular approach Simulation ASSESSMENT METHOD:  Demonstration 79 .

Results of diagnosis and testing are documented. Flat)   80 . 4. 3. System defects/fault symptoms are identified using appropriate tools and equipment in accordance with safety procedure. CONTENTS:     Common Symptoms/Defects of Audio Products and System Schematic Diagram of Audio Products and System Troubleshooting Guide in Audio Products and System 5’S Application CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Equipment o AM. Identified defects and faults are explained. 2.LO 2 Diagnose faults of audio products and systems ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1.FM Radio Receiver o AM Radio receiver o Professional audio/public address (PA) system (power amplifier) o MP3/MP4 o VCD/DVD Player Instruments o Signal Generator-AF/RF o Analog/Digital VOM o Oscilloscope o Power Supply o Audio Frequency Counter o Distortion Analyzer Electronic Hand Tools o Soldering Iron o Soldering Stand o Desoldering Tools o Set of Screw Drivers (Philip. Systematic pre-testing procedure is performed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

o Pliers o Long Nose Pliers o Diagonal Pliers o Long Chain Nose Pliers o Utility Knife o Cleaning Brush  Supplies and Materials o Electronic Components o Soldering Lead o Wires o Silicon Grease o Soldering Flux o Requisition Slip Accessories o Working Clothes Learning Materials o Work Plan o Service Manuals o IC Manuals o Learning Elements   METHODOLOGIES:  Lecture/Discussion  Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Oral questioning Performance Test with Rubrics 81 .

Defective parts/components are replaced with their appropriate equivalent. Repair activity is performed within the required time frame. Flat) o Pliers   82 . Substitutions of parts are done in accordance with the manufacturer’s specification. 4.LO 3 Maintain and repair audio products and system ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. CONTENTS:   Instruction in Repairing the Defective Audio Products Procedure in Pre-testing Audio Products and System CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Equipment o AM. 3. Repaired parts/components are soldered in accordance with the best practice in industry. 2. Care and extreme precaution in handling the unit/product are observed.FM Radio Receiver o AM Radio receiver o DVD/VCD player o Professional audio/public address (PA) system (power amplifier) o MP3/MP4 Instruments o Signal Generator-AF/RF o Analog/Digital VOM o Power Supply Electronic Hand Tools o Soldering Iron o Soldering Stand o Desoldering Tools o Set of Screw Drivers (Philip. 5.

 Long Nose Pliers  Diagonal Pliers o Utility Knife o Cleaning Brush  Supplies and Materials o Electronic Components o Soldering Lead o Wires o Requisition Slip Accessories o PPE  Working clothes  Hand Gloves  Mask  Goggles Learning Materials o Work Plan o Service Manuals o IC Manuals o Learning Elements   METHODOLOGIES: ● Demonstration ● Self-paced approach ASSESSMENT METHODS:    Direct observation Oral questioning Performance test using rubrics 83 .

video products and system including diagnosing faults and reassembling video products and system.video products and system. tools and workplace for maintenance and repair of audio . skills and attitudes required to maintain and repair audio . 84 . you should be able to: LO 1.VIDEO PRODUCTS AND SYSTEM This unit covers the knowledge.video products and system.video unit. maintain and repair the audio . LO 2. diagnose faults of audio .video products and system. prepare an audio . and LO 3.UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MAINTAIN AND REPAIR AUDIOVIDEO PRODUCTS AND SYSTEM MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING AUDIO . : 100 hrs MODULE TITLE : MODULE DESCRIPTION : NOMINAL/SUGGESTED DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PREREQUISITE : : NC II NONE SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module.

Service manuals and service information required for repair/maintenance are used as reference. Necessary tools.Video Products & Systems Service Manuals CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Equipment o Television o PC Monitor  Wires  Silicon Grease  Soldering Flux  Requisition Slip  Accessories  PPE o Working clothes o Hand Gloves o Mask o Goggles  Learning Materials: o Work Plan o Service Manuals o IC Manuals o Learning Elements 85 . 2. Equipment and Devices for Repairing Audio . CONTENTS:    Work Safety Requirements Tools. tools and workplace for maintenance and repair of video products and system ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1.LO 1 Prepare an audio . 3. Work station is cleaned and set for repair activities in line with the workplace requirements.video unit. test instruments and Personal Protective Equipment are prepared in line with the job requirements.

METHODOLOGIES:   Lecture/Discussion Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Demonstration 86 .

3. Systematic pre-testing procedure is observed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.Video Products and System Different Test Instruments and Hand Tools Block and Schematic Diagram of Audio . System defects/fault symptoms are identified using the appropriate tools and equipment. Identified defects and faults are explained to the person in authority. CONTENTS:      Common Symptoms/Defects of Audio .video products and system ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1.LO 2 Diagnose faults of audio .Video Products and System Pre-testing Procedure in Diagnosing Faults in Video Products and System Troubleshooting Guide in Audio . 4. Results of diagnosis and testing are documented. Flat)  Pliers  Long Nose Pliers  Diagonal Pliers 87 .Video Products and System CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Equipment o Television o PC Monitor  Instruments o Step down transformer o Analog/Digital VOM o Oscilloscope o High Voltage Tester o Electronic Hand Tools  Soldering Iron  Soldering Stand  Desoldering Tools  Set of Screw Drivers (Philip. 2.

   Long Chain Nose Pliers Utility knife Cleaning Brush  Supplies and Materials o Electronic Components o Soldering Lead o Wires o Silicon Grease o Soldering Flux o Requisition Slip  Accessories: o PPE-Working clothes o Learning Materials:  Work Plan  Service Manuals  IC Manuals  Learning Elements METHODOLOGIES:    Lecture Demonstration Try-out exercise ASSESSMENT METHODS:    Written test (objective type) Oral Questioning Demonstration 88 .

3. Repair activity is performed within the required time frame. Flat) o Pliers  Long Nose Pliers  Diagonal Pliers  Long Chain Nose Pliers o Utility Knife o Cleaning Brush 89 . CONTENTS:    Reading Schematic Diagrams Procedure in Repairing Audio . 2.Video Products Assembling and Testing Audio .Video Products CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Equipment o Television o PC Monitor  Instruments o Step down transformer o Analog/Digital VOM o Oscilloscope o High Voltage Tester o Electronic Hand Tools  Soldering Iron  Soldering Stand  Desoldering Tools  Set of Screw Drivers (Philip. Control settings adjustments are performed in conformity with the service manual. The unit is cleaned after the repair activity. 6. 5. 4.LO 3 Maintain and repair audio . Defective parts/components are replaced with their counterparts and repaired at the specific location. The unit is reassembled and tested.video products and system ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Care and extreme precaution in handling the unit are observed in accordance with the manufacture’s recommendation.

 Supplies and Materials: o Electronic Components o Soldering Lead o Wires o Silicon Grease o Soldering Flux o Requisition Slip Accessories o PPE-Working clothes o Learning Materials  Work Plan  Service Manuals  ECC substitutional manual  Learning Elements  METHODOLOGIES: ● ● ● ● Demonstration Group Discussion Self-paced approach Experimentation ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Direct Observation 90 .

and LO 4. LO 3.UNIT OF COMPETENCY : SERVICE AND REPAIR OF CELLULAR PHONE SERVICING AND REPAIRING LOWEND CELLULAR PHONE This module covers the knowledge. identify the parts of a low-end cellular phone unit and interpret a schematic diagram. you should be able to: LO 1. test a repaired low-end cellular phone unit. : 90 hrs MODULE TITLE : MODULE DESCRIPTION : NOMINAL/SUGGESTED DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PREREQUISITE : : NC II NONE SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module. maintain and repair a low-end cellular phone unit. diagnose a low-end cellular phone unit and analyze the defects found. 91 . skills and attitudes required in the service and repair of low – end cellular mobile phones for text and call features. LO 2.

user’s manual . CONTENTS:     Parts of Low-End Cellular Phone .end cellular phone . 3.LO 1 Identify the parts of a low-end cellular phone unit and interpret a schematic diagram ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. The parts of a low-end cellular phone unit are identified based on the manual’s specifications. Schematic diagrams are interpreted in accordance with the manufacturer’s service manual.operating instruction .end cellular phone  Service manual of low . A cellular phone is identified for feature enhancements based on the specifications of the unit. 4. 3310) METHODOLOGY:  Lecture/Discussion (Multi-media presentation may also be used depending on the availability of school facilities) ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Interview 92 .Internal Parts Functions of its Parts Schematic Diagram of Low – End Cellular Phone Identifying Cellular Phone for Feature Enhancement CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  Schematic diagram of low .list of parts  1pc/model of cellular phone unit (Nokia 3210. The functions of its parts are identified and explained. 2.External Parts .

Visual inspection of the internal components is conducted for possible defects. 4.LO 2 Diagnose a low-end cellular phone unit and analyze the defects found ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1.Test jig .Tweezers .) .Multi-tester (analog/digital) . 12A) . Philip) .Soldering iron (0-40 watts variable temperature) .High grade magnifying glass with lamp .Cleaning agent 93 .Variable regulated power supply (6A. 3310) o functional low-end cellular phone o defective low-end cellular phone  Schematic diagram of low – end cellular phone  Service manual of low – end cellular phone  Workplace  Tools and equipment .50/50. 3. CONTENTS:    Common Symptoms/Defects of a Low-End Cellular Phone Pre-Testing Procedure of Low – End Cellular Phone Unit Troubleshooting Procedure of Low – End Cellular Phone Unit CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  1pc/model of Cellular phone unit ( Nokia3210. Troubleshooting is performed based on the manufacturer’s manual.Eraser (staedler.Soldering lead (60/40.70/30. 2.Screw driver (flat. A customer is interviewed to determine the possible causes of defects of a cellular phone unit. Leolus600) . Pre-testing of a cellular phone is observed in accordance with the manufacturer’s manual.ESD.free work bench with mirror . white) .Cleaning brush (non static) .Hot air soldering tools (Rework station.

.Plate for reball/magnetic handle METHODOLOGIES:  Lecture/Discussion  Demonstration  Multi-media presentation ASSESSMENT METHOD:  Demonstration 94 .

3. Defective parts/components are replaced following instruction in the troubleshooting manual.Hot air soldering tools (Rework station. CONTENTS:    Proper Handling of Tools and Equipment Used in Repairing Low-End Cellular Phone Unit Tools in Maintaining and Repairing a Low-End Cellular Phone Maintenance and Repair Procedure of Low-End Cellular Phone Unit CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:        1pc/model of cellular phone unit (Nokia3310) o functional low – end cellular phone o defective low-end cellular phone Schematic diagram of a cellular phone for text and call features Service manual Workplace Utility knife Clean rags Tools and equipment . Components are tested using appropriate tools and equipment according to troubleshooting service manual. 5.LO 3 Maintain and repair a low-end cellular phone unit ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Parts are properly handled in accordance with the manufacturer’s service manual. Philip) .Wire stripper 95 . Safety precaution in maintaining and repairing a low-end cellular phone are observed.Variable regulated power supply (6A.Set of torx/star bit . Leolus600) .Soldering iron (0-40 watts variable temperature) .Tweezers . 12A) . 2.Multi-tester (analog/digital) . Cleaning of the unit is performed. 4.Screw driver (flat.

free work bench with mirror High grade magnifying glass with lamp Cleaning brush (non static) Soldering lead (60/40.70/30.) Eraser (staedler.50/50. white) Cleaning agent Wires (stranded.- Test jig ESD. solid #22) Silicon grease Board for reworks Plate for reball/magnetic handle METHODOLOGIES:   Lecture / discussion Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Demonstration 96 .

LO 4 Test a repaired low-end cellular phone unit ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Service completion procedure and documentation are complied with based on the manual. A reassembled unit is tested and cleaned in conformity with the manufacturer’s specifications. CONTENTS:   Procedure in Assembling and Disassembling a Low-End Cellular Phone Unit Procedure in Testing an Assembled Low-End Cellular Phone Unit CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:    1pc/model of cellular phone unit ( Nokia3210) o Functional low – end cellular phone Service manual of low – end cellular phone Electronic Tools and equipment o Cell phone charger o Multitester (analog/digital) METHODOLOGIES:  Lecture/Discussion  Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHODS:  Written test (objective type)  Demonstration 97 . 2. 3. A repaired unit is reassembled according to given procedure.

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : SERVICE AND REPAIR A CELLULAR PHONE SERVICING AND REPAIRING A HIGH-END CELLULAR PHONE This unit covers the knowledge. skills and attitudes required to service and repair high –end cellular mobile phones for MMS. and LO 5. identify the parts of a high-end cellular phone unit and interpret a schematic diagram. you should be able to: LO 1. LO 4 test a repaired high-end cellular phone unit. 3G and software applications. diagnose and analyze the defects found in a high-end cellular phone unit. : 135 hrs MODULE TITLE : MODULE DESCRIPTION : NOMINAL/SUGGESTED DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PREREQUISITE : : NC II NONE SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module. maintain and repair a high-end cellular phone unit. infrared. LO 2. camera. radio. bluetooth. LO 3. install additional features. 98 .

N70…. Enhancement features of the high – end cellular phone are identified.LO 1 Identify the parts of a high-end cellular phone unit and interpret a schematic diagram ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. 2. CONTENTS:    Parts of a High-End Cellular Phone Enhancement Features of High – End Cellular Phone Software Applications for Additional Features CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:    1pc/model of Cellular phone unit ( Nokia30…. Service manual of a high – end cellular phone o operating instruction o user’s/owners manual o parts list METHODOLOGIES:  Lecture/Discussion  Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written Test (objective type) Test with Questioning 99 . The parts and functions of a high-end cellular phone are identified and explained. based on the manual’s specifications.series.series) Schematic diagram of high-end cellular phone unit.

white) 100 .N70…. 4.series. Leolus600) o Variable regulated power supply (6A.LO 2 Diagnose and analyze the defects found in a high-end cellular unit ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Troubleshooting is performed in accordance with the manufacturer’s manual.free workbench with mirror o High grade magnifying glass with lamp o Cleaning brush (non static) o Soldering lead (60/40. 3.) o Eraser (staedler. Pre-testing of a cellular high – end phone is performed in accordance with the manufacturer’s manual. A customer is interviewed to determine the possible causes of defects of a high – end cellular phone. 12A) o Soldering iron (0-40 watts dual heat o Tweezers o Set of torx/star bit o Multitester (analog/digital) o Test jig o ESD. Visual inspection in the internal components is conducted for the possible defects.50/50. 2. CONTENTS:    Pre-Testing Procedure of High-End Cellular Phone Common Symptoms/Defects of a High-End Cellular Phone Troubleshooting Procedure of a High – End Cellular Phone CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  cellular phone unit ( Nokia30….series) o Functional high – end cellular phone o Defective high – end cellular phone  Schematic diagram of high end cellular phone unit  Service manual  Tools and equipment o Hot air soldering tools (Rework station.70/30.

o Cleaning agent o Plate for reball/magnetic handle METHODOLOGIES:  Lecture/Discussion  Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Written test (objective type) Demonstration 101 .

LO 3 Maintain and repair a high-end cellular phone unit ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Components are tested using appropriate tools and equipment in accordance with the manufacturer’s service manual. 2. Defective parts/components are replaced according to the troubleshooting manual. 3. The parts are properly handled in accordance with the manufacture’s service manual. 4. The unit is cleaned in accordance with the manufacturer’s service manual. 5. Safety precaution is observed in maintaining and repairing a high-end cellular phone. CONTENTS:  Repairing Procedure on a High End Cellular Phone Unit  Tools in Maintaining and Repairing High-End Cellular Phone  Proper Handling of High – End Cellular Phone (maintenance) CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  1pc/model of Cellular phone unit ( Nokia30….series,N70….series) o Functional high – end cellular phone o Defective high – end cellular phone  Schematic diagram of a high - end cellular phone  Service manual of a high – end cellular phone  Computer  Workplace  Utility knife  Clean rags  Tools and equipment o Hot air soldering tools (Rework station, Leolus600) o Variable regulated power supply (6A, 12A) o Soldering iron (0-40 watts dual heat) o Tweezers o Screw driver (flat, Philip) o Set of torx/star bit o Open tool for nokia66…and 76… model and version. o Allen wrench o Multitester (analog/digital) o Wire stripper

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Test jig ESD- free work bench with mirror High grade magnifying glass with lamp Flashlight/pen light (3volts) Cleaning brush (non static) Soldering lead (60/40,70/30.50/50,) Eraser (staedler, white) Cleaning agent Wires (stranded, solid #22) Silicon grease Software flasher (N-box, tornado, twister, power flasher, griffin, all latest version) o Board for reworks o Plate for reball/magnetic handle o o o o o o o o o o o METHODOLOGIES:  Lecture  Demonstration ASSESSMENT METHOD:  Demonstration

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LO 4 Test a repaired high-end cellular phone unit ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Repaired unit is reassembled according to a given procedure. 2. Reassembled unit is subjected to final testing and cleaning in conformity with the manufacturer’s specifications. 3. Service completion procedure and documentation are complied with per manual of instruction. CONTENT:  Procedure in Testing an Assembled High-End Cellular Phone Unit CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:  1pc/model of high - end cellular phone unit ( Nokia 90….series,N70….series)  Service manual of high – end cellular phone  Tools and equipment o Cell phone charger o Multitester (analog/digital) METHODOLOGIES:   Lecture/Discussion Demonstration

ASSESSMENT METHODS:   Demonstration Performance test with rubric

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Computer specifications are identified based on the software and hardware specifications in accordance with the manufacturer’s service manual. card reader. 2.N70…. CONTENTS:  Software Installer o twister o Owner flasher  Additional Features of a High-End Cellular Phone o Additional memory o Backlight o Housing and accessories o Ring tones o Games o Logos o MP3/MP5 o Wallpapers CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed:       1pc/model of high end cellular phone unit ( Nokia 90…. Additional features are installed in accordance with service manual.LO 5 Install additional features ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. 3. 4. Cellular phone is identified for other software application based on the specification of a unit.series) Application software Workbench Software Installer Personal Computer USB cable. adaptor for mini-SD 105 .series. Software applications are identified according to their uses based on the specification manual.

METHODOLOGIES:  Lecture/Discussion  Demonstration  Practice exercise ASSESSMENT METHOD:  Demonstration 106 .

Mhariel L. SHERWIN P. VIC P. SCIENCE-TECHNOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL FACILITATORS:  Dr.ACKNOWLEDGMENT Copyright Department of Education 2008 First Published JUNE 2008 This module is based on the Competency-Based CurriculumContextual Learning Matrix (CBC-CLM) and finalized on the Instructional Modules Finalization Development Workshop conducted at the Development Academy of the Philippines. DIOLA – GROUP LEADER BAUAN TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL      DR. MALLA E. Villena FUNDING: DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 107 . ROSARIO D. Echano TEC-VOC Task Force Encoders:    MRS. MEDRANO SAN. RODRIGUEZ VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL MR. RUFO G. Echano Mr. Edward dela Rosa TEC-VOC Task Force Dr. BRIONES Mr. EDDIELOU L. PINSOY BAGUIO NATIONAL SCHOOL OF ARTS AND TRADE CONTEXTUAL TEACHER:  MRS. Jason O. GILBERT M. Tagaytay City on May 6 -10. SCIENCE-TECHNOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL MR. 2008 This learning instrument was developed by the following personnel: TECHNOLOGY TEACHERS:  MR. PEDRO RELOCATION CENTER NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL MR. CERVANTES DON ALEJANDRO ROSES SR. REMAR C. CASTOR DON ALEJANDRO ROSES SR. DAYAO SANCHEZ MIRA SCHOOL OF ARTS AND TRADE MR. DAISY CAROUSEL P. Corazon L.

SAMPALOC. ORIENTAL MINDORO  MR. BATANGAS  MR. COMMUNITY VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL MASIPIT. E.ACKNOWLEDGMENT Copyright Department of Education 2009 First Published JUNE 2008 This module is based on the Competency-Based CurriculumContextual Learning Matrix (CBC-CLM) refined during the Writeshop on the Refinement and Enrichment of Competency-Based Curriculum and Contextual Learning Matrix of ARTS abd TRADES Specializations at Marikina Hotel. BAUAN TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL BAUAN. ISMAEL G. MALVAR NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL MALVAR. DIOLA – GROUP LEADER TVE COORDINATOR. CORPUZ TEACHER III. RODRIGUEZ VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL NAGTAHAN. RODRIGUEZ VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL NAGTAHAN. 2009. BATANGAS  MR. CUNANAN HEAD TEACHER VI. MALLA TEACHER II. A. GIGI C. CALAPAN CITY. REYNALDO C. E. CAVITE 108 . GEN. RUFO G. GEORGE B. GALLARDO TEACHER I. MANILA  MR. MARIANO ALVAREZ TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL GMA. SAMPALOC. FUAZO TEACHER II. Marikina City on April 20 – 25. VICTORINO P. MANILA  MRS. This learning instrument was refined and enriched by the following educators: TECHNOLOGY TEACHERS:  MR. A.

Lenalyn Manzano Teacher I. Rodriguez Vocational High School Nagtahan. E A. Orlando E. Librada Teacher I. Echano TEC-VOC Task Force Dr. Charlie I. HS San Pedro. Victorio N. Manuel TEC-VOC Task Force Encoders:  MARISOL E. Don Alejandro Roces Sr. Laguna Science  Mrs. Science-Technology HS Quezon City Mathematics  Mrs. San Pedro Relocation Center Nat’l. Laguna  Mrs. San Pedro Relocation Center Nat’l.CONTEXTUAL TEACHER: ENGLISH  MRS. Vallarta Teacher III Science Coordinator. HS San Pedro. Corazon L. SALDIVAR FUNDING: DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 109 . MARIANO ALVAREZ TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL GMA. TERESITA P. Medrano TEC-VOC Task Force Dr. Manila FACILITATORS:    Dr. Soriano Teacher I.-Mathematics Coordinator. Analiza Rosa P. Sampaloc. TANAEL TEACHER III. Gemma G. Cavite  Mrs. GEN.

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