JABATAN PEMBANGUNAN KEMAHIRAN KEMENTERIAN SUMBER MANUSIA, MALAYSIA ARAS 7-8, BLOK D4, KOMPLEKS D, PUSAT PENTADBIRAN KERAJAAN PERSEKUTUAN, 62530

PUTRAJAYA, MALAYSIA

COURSE OF STUDY
Z-050

GREEN TECHNOLOGY COMPLIANCES

JANUARY 2013

Z-050 GREEN TECHNOLOGY COMPLIANCES TABLE OF CONTENT PAGES

1. SYNOPSIS 2. MEMBERS OF DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 3. INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVE OF USAGE 4. TRAINEE ENTRY REQUIREMENT 5. PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT 6. NGCS GROUP & ABILITIES 7. TRAINING PATHWAY 8. NOSS MATRIX 9. SCHEDULE ON MINIMUM LEARNING HOURS 10. MODULES 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 M01 M02 M03 M04 GREEN TECHNOLOGY ESSENTIALS GREEN TECHNOLOGY PRACTICES GREEN TECHNOLOGY ACQUISITION GREEN TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH & INNOVATION

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SYNOPSIS

This Course of Study (CoS) is an integral component of the Training Manual (TM) used by Accredited Training Centers (ATC) of Department of Skills Development (DSD) when implementing their approved training programmes. It is the bridge that links the expected knowledge and performance objectives in Green Technology Compliances (program code: Z-050). Its purpose is to standardized content and practical training delivery among training providers. Module developers and trainers are to utilize this CoS in developing their in-house instructional materials or in DSD environment, a Written Instructional Materials (WIM).

This CoS in Green Technology Compliances (Z-050 CoS) shall contain essential information on the scope and coverage of knowledge, expected performance objectives, trainee entry requirements and performance assessment methodology. Module developers and trainers are to use it as a guideline in which to build units of instructions, lesson plans, practical activities and different modes of assessment.

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COURSE OF STUDY Z-050 GREEN TECHNOLOGY COMPLIANCE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE DR.AIZI RAZMAN BIN ISMAIL HEAD OF DEPARTMENT MINISTRY OF LOCAL AUTHORITY MOHD HAFIZAM BIN MUSTAFFA MALACCA GREEN TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL NUR WAHIDAH BINTI ZAKARIA PETALING JAYA CITY COUNCIL NORDIANA BINTI ROSLAN PETALING JAYA CITY COUNCIL YASMIN BINTI RASYID PRESIDENT OF ECOKNIGHTS/MENGO (ii) .com) LIM HONG YEOW I SMART EDUCARE. THONG CHI WAH I SMART EDUCARE. MALAYSIA DATO’ TAN TUAN KIM CLEANTECH VENTURE CAPITAL SDN BHD DR. MALAYSIA (drxander@gmail. MALAYSIA (ismarteducare@gmail.com) DATO‘ KANAGARAJA RAMAN MALAYSIAN OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH PROFESSIONALS’ ASSOCIATION.

MALAYSIA PROOF-READER JOANN LIM PHAIK SIM ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION SOCIETY OF MALAYSIA FACILITATOR TUAN HJ RAZALEE BIN CHE ROS MOHD LUTFI BIN DARJAK JABATAN PEMBANGUNAN KEMAHIRAN ROZITA BINTI ISMAIL NOR AZMAN BIN AHMAD CIAST. MALAYSIA ARAS 7-8. PUSAT PENTADBIRAN KERAJAAN PERSEKUTUAN. MALAYSIA (iii) .NITHI NESADURAI PRESIDENT OF ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION SOCIETY OF MALAYSIA DAVID FOO KHAR CHING ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION SOCIETY OF MALAYSIA JOANN LIM PHAIK SIM ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION SOCIETY OF MALAYSIA SOO LI KENG I SMART EDUCARE. JABATAN PEMBANGUNAN KEMAHIRAN DEVELOPED FOR JABATAN PEMBANGUNAN KEMAHIRAN KEMENTERIAN SUMBER MANUSIA. KOMPLEKS D. 62530 PUTRAJAYA. BLOK D4.

especially in manufacturing. procurement.3 by intensifying human capital development on green technologies. Under the Z-050 programme. research and innovation which is contained in this Course of Study (CoS). while rain harvest technologies are most ideal in Malaysia with tropical rains. government and households. repair and recycle these resources efficiently. reuse. The Department of Skills Development (DSD) supports this development with the introduction of skills training programmes in Green Technologies. which complement any vocational skills training programme related to green technologies. Malaysia is steadfast and committed towards the development of a green economy. This document has been developed. Solar photovoltaic technologies generate electricity.0 INTRODUCTION Since 2008.1. Malaysia has abundance of natural resources and using technologies help to reduce. Malaysian government has chosen the green development through deployment of technology. One of the skills programme is Green Technology Compliances (program code: Z-050) under the National Competence Standards (NCS). (iv) . In mainstreaming green. prepared and proof-read by a volunteering panel of experts and has been specifically tailored for applications relevant to Malaysia. The Z-050 training programme represents the fundamentals of Green Technology. Ministry of Human Resource Malaysia. abilities. Every aspect of life in Malaysia has started to orientate towards green endeavours.0 COURSE OF STUDY DOCUMENT This CoS will serve as a guideline to module developers and trainers who are responsible for the development of the instructional manual or Written Instructional Manual (WIM) on Green Technology Compliances (program code: Z-050) under the National Competency Standards with Department of Skills Development. This CoS has detailed out the scope and coverage of desired knowledge and performance objectives to be delivered and assessed. It covers a wide scope of knowledge and performance objectives on green technologies in terms of fundamentals. skills and competency in technologies related to green development. The sole aim is to complement the National Green Technologies Policies under Strategic Thrust No. This green orientation has been applied to many different sectors in Malaysia. the purpose is to up-skill Malaysians citizens with the knowledge. services. 2. practices.

evaluation and monitoring the effectiveness of course delivery. through as Google. ii. v. vi. This CoS contains: i. for a learner to achieve the skill competency required. information pertaining to the scope and coverage of knowledge to be delivered and the abilities to be demonstrated. Yahoo! and/or Wikipedia. methodology to carry out assessment on the understanding of knowledge delivered. guidelines to conduct assessment to determine competency achievement by trainees. iii. iv.3. information on the training modules titles to be conducted and the sequence of the learning delivery. new methodology in assisting module developers and trainers on developing instructional manual or Written Instructional Manual (WIM) by using the Internet keyword search method. methodology to assist module developers and trainers in course planning. vii. (v) . and. training implementation. a set of Abilities which provides a comprehensive description on the knowledge to be delivered for each training module.0 PURPOSE/USAGE A CoS will provide module developers and trainers with a guide and direction when preparing training materials or Written Instructional Materials (WIM) for the Z-050 Green Technology Compliances programme.

In pursuant on the greener and cleaner Malaysia. b. Open to foreign passport holders. The trainee entry pre-requirements are set as with followings: a. (vi) . where the trainee must be pre-approved for the training. Trainee does not need to possess any Malaysia vocational skill certificate. For certification purposes. the trainee must received his/her training and assessment within the territory of Malaysia. Department of Skill Development (DSD) encourages Malaysian citizens and foreign residents to upskill themselves with green technologies. the defined skill abilities are to be incorporated into any vocational skill certificate relevant with green technology.TRAINEE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS The NCS Green Technology Compliances (Z-050) is a competent skill training and certification of personnel within the field of Malaysia’s Green Technology. and c. Open to all Malaysian citizens with minimum age of 16 years. Being part of the National Competency Standards (NCS).

PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT The Performance Assessment is an appraisal method designed to judge trainee’s abilities to use specific knowledge and demonstrate newly acquired abilities or skills. computers. solution presentations and others) designed to assess a trainee’s ability to use newly acquired knowledge and abilities. and/or (c) it may require a thoughtful (vii) . The assessment strategies being utilized are divided into three (3) distinct parts: (a) a performance task – tasks are assignments (including individual and group case-studies. These Performance Assessments examine trainees' actual application of knowledge and abilities/skills in solving assigned problems. (b) a format in which the trainee must responds – trainee can either complete the assigned task in front of the Internal Assessor or use a written response sheet on paper or electronically. with the final appraisal scoring complying to the requirement of National Competence Standards (NCS): Not Yet Competent 0 – 59 Competent 60 -100 The purpose of Performance Assessment is to evaluate the actual process of doing and complying with green technology in Malaysia. internet search engines. the solution of the problem may imply (a) the application of a specific procedure learned in class. as well as manipulating equipment (such as laboratory equipment. (c) a predetermined scoring system – the trainee is scored by comparing the performance against a set of written criteria. documents and others). In some cases. (b) a combination of procedures.

a check list system can be appropriately used by an assessor or a highly-structured trainee-answer sheet in which each aspect of the procedure and result is described in detail. in pairs. If it is administered in pairs or groups. the goal and the composition of the group will affect the student’s individual performance. originality and others). It is important to keep in mind that when trainees solve the problem in pairs or groups. it should be clear on the criteria of the assessment is (such as how well trainees’ ability to interact and collaborate with others. Assessment Method 1: Checklists for Highly Structured Tasks In green technologies. some tasks require systematic procedures that do not yield multiple entry points or exit points. trainee should write in their own answer/response sheet.adaptation of trainees' knowledge and abilities/skills. In contrast. In this context. It is often found the highly-structured format useful when working with largeenrollment classes. Assessment Method 2: Collaborative Groups Performance assessment can be administered individually. In this case. The assessment of trainee's knowledge will eventually focuses on the performance and the result during assessment sessions. Highly -structured assessment tasks provide students with step-by-step instructions to follow. or collaborative groups. (viii) . less structured assessment tasks give students more opportunity to make judgments in determining the procedures needed to solve the problem. creativity.

Assessment Method 3: Written Examination Performance assessment must include a final written examination that is set in the National Competence Standards (NCS). (ix) . open or close-ended question or an assignment essay. The examination paper must be structured with either multiple-choice.

01 03.01 REDUCE WASTE PRACTISE GREEN LIFESTYLE REDUCE USAGE OF NATURAL RESOURCES 02.02 04 (x) .GREEN TECHNOLOGY NCS PROFILE GROUP ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS UNDERSTAND LEGISLATION RELATED TO GREEN 01.02 UNDERSTAND COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS 03 03.05 LOW CARBON ECONOMY UNDERSTAND GREEN PROCUREMENT UNDERSTAND GREEN OPERATION & PROCESSES 03.01 MAINTAIN WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY 04.04 ABILITIES COMPLY TO HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS 01.03 GREEN CULTURE UNDERSTAND IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE 02.02 MANAGE WASTE 02.05 COMPLY TO GREEN RELATED STANDARDS 01 01.03 SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC PRODUCTIVITY PARTICIPATE IN GREEN COMMUNITY PROGRAMS 04.01 UNDERSTAND POLUTION CONTROL REQUIREMENTS 01.03 02 02.02 UNDERSTAND SUSTAINABLE USAGE OF RESOURCES 01.04 02.

01 ABILITIES USE GREEN PRODUCTS & PROCESSES 05.02 UNDERSTAND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY 05.GREEN TECHNOLOGY NCS PROFILE GROUP ENERGY EFFICIENCY & ALTENATIVE ENERGY UNDERSTAND ENERGY PERFORMANCE 05.03 05 RESEARCH AND INNOVATION IMPROVISE POTENTIAL GREEN PRODUCTS 06.02 IMPROVISE POTENTIAL GREEN PROCESSES 06.01 IMPROVISE POTENTIAL GREEN SERVICES 06.03 06 (xi) .

02 2/3 UNDERSTAND ENERGY PERFORMANCE 05.02 6/2 IMPROVISE POTENTIAL GREEN PROCESSES 06.02 3/2 UNDERSTAND COST + BENEFIT ANALYSIS 03.03 6/1 USE GREEN PRODUCTS + PROCESSES 05.01 4/2 UNDERSTAND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY 05.01 3/1 PRACTICE GREEN LIFESTYLE 02.04 8/2 MANAGE WASTE 02.01 1/2 GREEN TECHNOLOGY ACQUISITION Z-050 ( M03 ) UNDERSTAND GREEN PROCUREMENT 03.03 3/3 UNDERSTAND SUSTAINABLE USAGE OF RESOURCES 01.02 2/2 UNDERSTAND GREEN OPERATION + PROCESSES 03.03 3/4 REDUCE USAGE OF NATURAL RESOURCES 02.01 1/1 GREEN TECHNOLOGY PRACTICES Z-050 ( M02 ) UNDERSTAND LEGISLATION RELATED TO GREEN 01.02 5/2 GREEN TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH & INNOVATION Z-050 ( M04 ) IMPROVISE POTENTIAL GREEN PRODUCTS 06.01 1/4 IMPROVISE POTENTIAL GREEN SERVICES 06.03 5/1 MAINTAIN WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY 04.02 2/4 COMPLY TO GREEN RELATED STANDARDS 01.START Z-050 TRAINING PATHWAY Z-050 GREEN TECHNOLOGY COMPLIANCES GREEN TECHNOLOGY ESSENTIALS Z-050 ( M01 ) UNDERSTAND IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE 02.04 2/1 COMPLY TO HEALTH + SAFETY STANDARDS 01.03 7/2 REDUCE WASTE 02.01 1/3 UNDERSTAND POLLUTION CONTROL REQUIREMENTS 01.05 9/2 END Z-050 GREEN TECHNOLOGY COMPLIANCE (xii) .05 4/1 PARTICIPATE IN GREEN COMMUNITY PROGRAMMES 04.

03 06.04 02.03 02.05 02.02 ABILITIES UNDERSTAND LEGISLATION RELATED TO GREEN COMPLY TO HEALTH & SAFETY STANDARDS COMPLY TO GREEN RELATED UNDERSTAND POLLUTION CONTROL REQUIREMENTS UNDERSTAND SUSTAINABLE USAGE OF RESOURCES UNDERSTAND IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE PRACTICE GREEN LIFESTYLE REDUCE USAGE OF NATURAL RESOURCES REDUCE WASTE MANAGE WASTE UNDERSTAND GREEN PROCUREMENT UNDERSTAND GREEN OPERATION & PROCESSES UNDERSTAND COST AND BENEFIT ANALYSIS PARTICIPATE IN GREEN COMMUNITY PROGRAMMES MAINTAIN WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY UNDERSTAND ENERGY PERFORMANCE USE GREEN PRODUCTS & PROCESSES UNDERSTAND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY IMPROVISE POTENTIAL GREEN PRODUCTS IMPROVISE POTENTIAL GREEN SERVICES IMPROVISE POTENTIAL GREEN PROCESSES M01 M02 01 ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS 01.01 05 ENERGY EFFICIENCY & ALTERNATIVE ENERGY 05.02 05.01 03 LOW CARBON ECONOMY 03.02 05.03 01.03 (xiii) GREEN TECHNOLOGY ACQUISITION M03 vii .01 01.04 01.05 03.03 04.01 06 RESEARCH AND INNOVATION 06.02 06.01 04 SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC PRODUCTIVITY 04.01 02.02 03.02 02 GREEN CULTURE 02.NOSS MATRIX Z-050 GREEN TECHNOLOGY COMPLIANCES GREEN TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH & INNOVATION M04 GREEN TECHNOLOGY ESSENTIALS GREEN TECHNOLOGY PRACTICES GREEN TECHNOLOGY NCS PROFILE MODULE GROUP NO GROUP ABILITY NO 01.

5 0.0 0.5 0.9 Manage waste 2.1 Comprehend green procurement 3.5 0.5 0.0 0.0 1.5 1.5 1.3 Improvise potential green processes 4.6 Fulfil green technology related standards 1.0 1.0 1.10 Group case-study assignment & Presentation 3.2 Grasp green operations and processes 3.3 Comprehend cost + benefit analysis 3.5 (By Group Assignment) SUB-TOTAL (Hrs) 1.1.5 4.5 1.0 2.0 (By Group Assignment) 0.5 1. Comprehend the effects of climate change 1.0 1.5 0.5 0.0 TOTAL (Hrs) 1 GREEN TECHNOLOGY ESSENTIALS 8.0 1.0 2.5 PERFOMANCE (Hrs) 0.0 1.5 0.MINIMUM LEARNING HOURS SCHEDULE Z-050 GREEN TECHNOLOGY COMPLIANCE NO MODULE STEPS 1.0 1.0 1.7 Group case-study assignment & Presentation 2.0 1.2 Differentiate pollution control and requirements 1.5 (By Group Assignment) 0.0 4.5 (By Group Assignment) 0.5 0.5 0.0 2 GREEN TECHNOLOGY PRACTICES 3 GREEN TECHNOLOGY ACQUISITION GREEN TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH & INNOVATION 4 32 NOTE: DSD Accredited Training Centers are required to conduct a minimum of 32 hours or 4 working days (8 hours per day) in continuation or separation to meet the requirement of MINIMUM COURSE HOURS.0 1.0 0.4 Group case-study assignment & Presentation 4.2 Adhere to health & safety standards 2.5 1.0 1.5 Adopt alternative energy 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.0 2.5 1.5 0.5 1.0 1. However so.0 1 0. there is no restriction applied if the training centers are to extend beyond minimum course hours of 32 hours or more than 4 working days.5 1. (xiv) .0 2.1 Improvise potential green products 4.0 1.5 0.0 1.0 1.0 1.5 0.0 2.4 Participate in green community programmes 2.1 Recognise legislation related to green technology 2.4 Grasp sustainable usage of resources 1.7 Reduce usage of natural resources 2.0 1.0 1.8 Reduce waste 2.2 Improvise potential green services 4.0 1.0 2.3 Grasp energy efficient use (energy performance) 1.0 1.0 16.6 Utilize green products and processes 2.4 Group case-study assignment & Presentation MINIMUM COURSE HOURS KNOWLEDGE (Hrs) 1.0 1.0 1.0 2.3 Practice green lifestyle 2.5 Maintain workplace environmental quality 2.

POLLUTION CONTROL AND REQUIREMENTS. Module Objectives: THIS MODULE WILL IMPART DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE PERTAINING GREEN TECHNOLOGIES AVAILABLE IN MALAYSIA AND GLOBALLY. THE OBJECTIVES ARE PRIMARILY TO HIGHLIGHT AND EMPHASIZE THE CONCEPTS. 1 . ENERGY PERFORMANCE AND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY MATTERS IN MALAYSIA. IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE. IDEAS AND KNOWN REGULATIONS IN RELATIONS TO GREEN TECHNOLOGY ON POLLUTION CONTROL. SUSTAINABLE USAGE OF RESOURCES. ENERGY EFFICIENCY USE (ENERGY PERFORMANCE) AND WASTAGE AND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY AVAILABLE IN MALAYSIA. SUSTAINABLE USAGE OF BOTH NATURAL AND MAN-MADE RESOURCES.COURSE OF STUDY GREEN TECHNOLOGY COMPLIANCE ( Z-050 ) MODULE 01 : GREEN TECHNOLOGY ESSENTIALS Module Synopsis THIS MODULE CONTAINS THE SCOPE OF GREEN TECHNOLOGY (DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE) PERTAINING TO GREEN RELATED STANDARDS.

03 COMPLY TO GREEN RELATED STANDARDS 01.05 UNDERSTAND SUSTAINABLE USAGE OF RESOURCES 02.03 UNDERSTAND ALTERANTIVE ENERGY 2 .01 UNDERSTAND ENERGY PERFORMANCE 05.01 UNDERSTAND IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE 05.Module Content Task ( s ) No & Statement 01.04 UNDERSTAND POLLUTION CONTROL REQUIREMENTS 01.

b.1 Able to utilize two (2) of the industrialization consequences that are causing a rapid changes to societies within any selected geographical location. c.1 Able to utilize two (2) of the Climate Change (IPCC) on following key indicators as impacts of changes of global temperature. b. Radiative Forcing on climate factors by human activities.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS 1. pest and pathogen pressure.3 The impacts of climatic changes to human health.1. a. Modified weed. b. Radiative Forcing by natural changes 1. in demonstrating and explaining the effects of climate change within any selected geographical location. 0.0 DELIVERY MODE Lecture ASSESSMENT Areas of Assessment Module 1: Green Technology Essentials (a) Individual Assessment (b) Performance Assessment via Group Collaboration (c) Final Written Examination with Multiple-choice 1.1 Intergovernmental Panel on 1. Climate temperature. Elevated CO 2 levels in the atmosphere.2 The impacts of global warming and other changes in climate systems by. 1. Increased frequency of extreme events. e. Higher global temperatures c. climate change agent climate change sea level. c. Acute climate events.The industrial effects on agriculture and food production and supply around the world are causing: a. Altered precipitation and transpiration regimes. Sea levels.5 Collaboration (in group case study) 1. extreme weathers events as combined indicators. Extreme weather events. Understand the 1. The emission of Green House Gases (GHG) by human activities. 3 . industrial production and societies (social systems). d.3. and d. a.

Coastal region. Drought.1 Able to utilize one (1) of the natural disturbances that are bringing about the loss of habitat of animal and destruction of living plants within any selected geographical locations. e. 4 . 1. Forest fire. b. The direct effects on ecosystems are causing natural disruptions or disturbances as such: a. 1.4 The increase of infectious diseases (vector and water borne) that are linked to climate changes. including coral reefs 1. e. Mangrove. f. g. plants and animals (biological systems). affecting humans and societies. c.1 Able to list two (2) of the effect of biodiversity loss that is common in Malaysia.6.5. Wetlands.5 The impacts of climatic changes to ecosystems. Coral bleaching.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 1. Invasion of species. d. Storms. Soil stability. d. Tropical forests. Flood.6 The effect of biodiversity loss by climate shifts at: a. Peat swamps. 1. b. c.

1 Classification of pollution in Malaysia are: a. Three Mile Island 1979 e.1 Able to remember. 2.1.7 The compilation.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 1. 1. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 1: Green Technology Essentials.5 Collaboration (in group case study) 2. Bhopal Disaster 1984 f. point source pollution. 1. PCB-Hudson River 1974 c.1 Able to differentiate and name two (2) of sources of point and non-point pollution. and b. and 2.1 Open to new concept methodologies. non-point source pollution. Attitude: 1.2 Well-known pollution events in the world: a. recall and reorganise this knowledge acquired.7. Chernobyl Disaster 1986 5 . study and employment of recorded data sheets on the impacts of climate change via class room casestudies presented by study group basis.0 Lecture 0.8 Group presentation on impact of climate change at the end of module 1: Green Technology Essentials 1. Understand pollution control and requirements 2. Amoco Cadiz oil Spill 1978 d. The Great Smog of 1952 b.

5 The methods or processes of pollution control in environmental management are: a. Pollution prevention. Water pollution. 2.3. 2. c. d. Ozone. f. Sulfur dioxides. e. Pollution control. b. Radioactive contamination g.1 Able to identify the environmental pollution at workplace or home. d. b. 2. Nitrogen oxides. Waste minimisation. Soil contamination. 6 . Effluents 2. c. Air pollution. Light pollution. sewage 2.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 2. and b. and c. Noise.4 The pollution causes on environment in Malaysia and worldwide are: a. Emission. e.4.6 Hierarchy of pollution control: a. f.1 Able to remember and recall three (3) forms of pollutions in Malaysia.3 The major forms of pollution in Malaysia are: a. Haze. Toxic chemicals. Carbon dioxides. b.

and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 1: Green Technology Essentials.8 Group presentation on impact of pollution at the end of module 1: Green Technology Essentials 2. recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 2. Scrubbers c. Understand energy performance (energy efficient use concept) 3. and 3. Sewage treatment d. Fossil oil.8. Coal.7 Pollution control devices and processes: a. Nuclear power. Dust collection systems b.1 Able to remember and recall the various forms of energy generation. 3. Natural gas.1 Able to remember.1. b. 1.5 Collaboration (in group case study) 7 . Open to new concept methodologies. Industrial wastewater treatment e. Vapour recovery systems f.1 Forms of energy generated through the following nonrenewable fuel types are: a. c. d. Attitude: 1.0 Lecture 0. phytoremediation 2.

3 Twins pillars of sustainable energy policy contains: a.4. Hydropower. f.4 Green technologies that promotes sustainable energy policy by renewable energy: a.2 Motivational factors in practicing efficient energy usage in Malaysia are: a. e. c. b. 8 . Wave power. Bio-fuels 3. Energy efficiency.1 Able to utilize two (2) of the green technologies available which are referred as renewable energy sources. Biomass combustion g.5 Energy efficiency by practicing energy conservation and technology through The Efficient Energy Pyramid model. 3. d. 3. 3. 3.1 Able to recall two (2) motivational factors for energy efficient practices for Malaysians.2. Reduction in energy costs. b.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 3. Renewable energy. Geothermal energy. 3.6 Green Building designs that conserve electricity in minimizing energy consumption. Indirect reduction in CO2 emissions. b. Wind energy. Solar photovoltaic.

3.7. and 9 . recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 3.7 The issue of rebound effect in energy efficiency. 3. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 1: Green Technology Essentials.1 Able to explain the problem of rebound effect which causes due to over-consumption energy efficiency. Attitude: 1. Open to new concept methodologies.8 Electricity consumption with standards set by International Energy Agency (IEA) and/or Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) 3.9.9 Group presentation on energy efficient use at the end of module 1: Green Technology Essentials 3.1 Able to remember.

Processing e. 4. Corporate sustainability reporting. b.3 Best known sustainability measurements are: a. Cultivation/extraction c. Carbon footprint measurement.1 The concept of sustainability in responsible management of resource use are: a.1 Able to utilize PAT formula in measure human impact within any selected geographical location. c.2 Human impact on Earth systems is the destruction of biophysical resources by PAT formula (I=P x A x T) in expressing human impact on Earth’s scarce resources. Sustenance or nourishment PERFORMANCE 4. footprint measurement d. Ecological.5 DELIVERY MODE Lecture ASSESSMENT 0. b. Distribution f. Renewable. Understand sustainable usage of resources THEORY 4. Discovery b. Transformation 4. 4.1.TOPIC 4. Triple Bottom Line accounting c.5 Collaboration (in group case study) 4.4 The Resource Processing Model include the following stages: a. Transportation d.3. (2) HRS 0.2.1 Able to list out three (3) of the sustainability measurements available 10 . Maintenance. 4.1 Able to recall two sustainability practices.

1. Solar thermal energy. d.2. Mini-hydro power. 1.1.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 4.2. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 1: Green Technology Essentials. recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired. 5.5 5. Solar energy. and 5. a. Open to new concept methodologies.1 Able to recall one (1) of the definition of alternative energy via internet dictionary or other methods. f. e.0 Lecture 0. Understand alternative energy 5.5. Bio-fuels. b. The definition of alternative energy in accordance with IEA. Attitude: 1.1 Able to remember. Common types of alternative energy available in Malaysia. 5. g. Biomass. c.5 Group presentation on sustainable usage of natural resources at the end of module 1: Green Technology Essentials 4. Collaboration 11 . Wind turbine power.1 Able to list out three (3) of the alternative energy sources available in Malaysia. Natural Gas.

Natural gas vehicle (NGV) b.5 Each alternative energy technologies are relatively in terms of the followings: a.5. Hybrid (combustion electric vehicle) d.4.1 Able to recall the advantages and disadvantages for one (1) of alternative energy available in Malaysia.1 Able to list out three (3) of the alternative fuel available for vehicular transportation. New technologies for alternative energy through continuous research and development are: a. 5. Floating wind farms. Geothermal power. b.3. Fuel cell vehicle f. 12 . c. Technology limitations c. Battery electric vehicle (EV) e.4. Advantage and disadvantage b. Biological hydrogen production. Bio-fuels (ethanol and methanol) c. Hydrogen vehicle 5. Benefit and cost of implementation 5. d. e. Biogas digestion. Alternative energy (fuel) within transportation fields are: a. Algae fuel.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 5. 5.

Safe for use and promotes healthy environment for all forms of life. Attitude: 1.1 The standards or criteria for green technology in Malaysia. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 1: Green Technology Essentials.6. Minimize the degradation of the environment. e. Zero or low green house gas (GHG) emission. 0. Conserve the use of energy and natural resources.5 Collaboration 13 . recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired. c. Open to new concept methodologies. Promote the use of renewable resources. 6.1. and 6 Comply to green related standards 6. d.1 Able to remember.1 Able to recall three (3) of the criteria for green technology recognition by KeTTHA. b.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 5.5 Lecture 0.6 Group presentation on adoption of alternative energy at the end of module 1: Green Technology Essentials 5. via KeTTHA are: a.

2 The strategic thrusts in the Malaysia’s National Green Technology Policy by KeTTHA are: a.1 Able to remember. recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired. Attitude: 1. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 1: Green Technology Essentials. Provide a conducive environment for green technology development c. b.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 6.3 Group presentation on standards relating to green technology at the end of module 1: Green Technology Essentials 6. Intensify green technology research and innovations e. 6. Open to new concept methodologies and 14 . Strengthen the institutional frameworks. Promotion and public awareness 6.1 Able to list two (2) of the strategic thrust of Malaysia National Green Technology Policy.2.3. Intensify human capital development in green technology d.

ISBN: 9781-58011-395-3 10. Earthscan 2006. Vaughn Nelson. David M. ISBN: 978-0-470-40194-1 15 AUDIO VISUAL MATERIALS . Leigh Stringer. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5124-7 9. Divi. ISBN: 978-92-64-06362-4 12. 2010 3. Wind Energy. Guide to Green Building Rating Systems. Financing Energy Projects in Developing Countries. ISBN: 978-0-230-61428-4 14. ISBN: 978-0-8160-7202-6 11. ISBN 0521-01495-6 2. Pollution: Treating Environmental Toxins. Jill Potvin Schoff. OCED 2011. Pennwell 2007. CRC Press 2009. Mixed Sources. Cambridge university press. Green Impact: Low Carbon Green Growth. Economic Analysis of Environmental Impacts. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7568-7 8. Greening Household Behaviour: The Role of Public Policy. Palgrove Macmillan 2009. Anne Maczulak PhD. John A Dixon et al. ISBN: 978-1-59370-124-6 13. CRC Press 2009. U. Highlight 1971 – 2005. The Green Workplace. OECD/IEA 2007. ISBN: 978-1-85383-185-0 7. Green Up Your Cleanup. Aswathanaraya & Rao S. Mousdale. CRC Press 2008. ISBN: 978-0-415-46985-2 6. Chemistry and Sustainable Development. 5. Energy Portfolios.Selected References and Audio Visual Materials REFERENCES 1. OECD/IEA 2001 ISBN: 92-64-19518-1 4. Facts on file Inc 2010. KeTTHA & GPNM. CO2 Emission from Fuel Combustion. Linda Reeder. Climate Change 2001: Summary for Policymaker. Dealing with Climate Change: Policies and Measures in IEA Member Countries. Wiley 2010. Hossein Razavi PhD. Renewable Energy and The Environment. Biofuels: Biotechnology.

5. 7. 6. Equipment and Materials ITEMS 1. LCD Projector Laser Printer Personal Computer/Laptop Wifi-Access (Internet) White Paper (Mahjong Paper) Writing Notepad Green Technology Compliance (Z-050) Manual RATIO (TEM : Trainees) 1:25 1:25 1:25 1:25 1:5 1:1 1:1 16 . 4. 2.Tools. 3.

WASTE REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT.COURSE OF STUDY GREEN TECHNOLOGY COMPLIANCE ( Z-050 ) MODULE 02 : GREEN TECHNOLOGY PRACTICES Module Synopsis THIS MODULE CONTAINS THE SCOPE OF GREEN TECHNOLOGY PERTAINING TO GREEN LEGISLATION. PROCESSES AND NATURAL RESOURCE. GREEN COMMUNITY PROGRAMMES. USAGE OF GREEN PRODUCTS. HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS. THE OBJECTIVES ARE PRIMARILY TO HIGHLIGHT AND EMPHASIZE KNOWLEGDE RELATED TO GREEN LEGISLATION. GREEN COMMUNITY PROGRAMMES. Module Objectives: THIS MODULE WILL IMPART FUNDAMENTAL AND CRITICAL KNOWLEDGE PERTAINING GREEN TECHNOLOGY AVAILABLE IN MALAYSIA AND GLOBALLY. HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS. WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY. GREEN LIFESTYLE. . GREEN LIFESTYLE. WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY. WASTE REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT RELATED MATTERS IN MALAYSIA. USAGE OF GREEN PRODUCTS. 17 . PROCESSES AND NATURAL RESOURCE.

Module Content Task ( s ) No & Statement
01.01 UNDERSTAND LEGISLATION RELATED TO GREEN 01.02 COMPLY TO HEALTH & SAFETY STANDARDS 02.02 PRACTICE GREEN LIFESTYLE 04.01 PARTICIPATE IN GREEN COMMUNITY PROGRAMMES 04.02 MAINTAIN WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY 05.02 USE GREEN PRODUCTS & PROCESSES 02.03 REDUCE USAGE OF NATURAL RESOURCES 02.04 REDUCE WASTE 02.05 MANAGE WASTE

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1. Understand legislation related to green technology

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1.1 Energy legislation related green technology (directly indirectly): a. Energy b. Water c. Sewage (Waste) d. Transportation e. Building to or

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1.1.1 Able to name one (1) legislations related to green technology directly or indirect.

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Areas of Assessment Module 2: Green Technology Practices (a) Individual Assessment (b) Performance Assessment via Group Collaboration (c) Final Written Examination with Multiple-choice

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1.2 Renewable Energy Act 2010 is to provide for the establishment and implementation of a special tariff system to catalyse the generation of renewable energy (RE). The special tariff system is known as or FiT. The Feed-in-Tariff objective of this Act are: a. To increase RE contribution in the national power generation mix, b. To facilitate the growth of the RE industry, c. To ensure reasonable RE generation costs, d. To converse the environment for future generation, e. To enhance awareness on the role and importance of RE.

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1.3 The compilation, study and employment of recorded data sheets on green procurement via class room case-studies presented by study group basis.

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1.3.1 Able to remember, recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired, and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 2: Green Technology Practices

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1.4 Group presentation on legislation related to green technology at the end of module 2: Green Technology Practices

Attitude: 1.1 Open to new concept methodologies.

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2. Comply to health and safety standards.

2.1 At basic level, sustainability and safety are essentially about conserving and protecting resources. This resource includes human beings.

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2.2 Safe and healthy workplace and the protection of the general environment are important in green technology.

2.3 Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 (ACT 514) is an Act for provision on securing the safety, health and welfare of persons at work, for protecting others against risks to safety or health in connection with the activities of persons at work, to establish the National Council for Occupational Safety and Health, and for matter connected therewith.

2.3.1 Able to identify one (1) basic function of this Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 (ACT 514).

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2. 3.4. 3.0 Collaboration 3. study and employment of recorded data sheets on green operations and processes via class room casestudies presented by study group basis.2 Everybody is using water and energy daily which create waste the that are impacting environment.4 The compilation.1 Able to provide one (1) definition of green lifestyle.5 Group presentation on green procurement processes at the end of module 2: Green Technology Practices. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 2: Green Technology Practices Attitude: 1.0 Lecture 1. Accumulatively.1 Definition of Green Lifestyle that are found in private or public domains.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 2. Practice Green lifestyle 3. Open to new concept and methodologies 2. these wastes will lead to long term environment degradation.1. 1.1 Able to remember. recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired. either in private or public domains. 21 .

no plastic bag.3. • Renewable – solar photovoltaic.1 Able to utilize three practices at home workplace. use dual flush cistern.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 3.3 Green lifestyle being practiced in Malaysia based on The Efficient Energy Pyramid model. • Efficiency – use LED lighting. • • • Water Conservation – turn off running water taps. compost c. • • • 22 . Waste Conservation using reusable shopping bag. paper). minihydroelectricity. Energy • Conversation – switch off electronic device not in use. repair leaking water pipes. 3. Renewable – recycle all waste (plastic. Efficiency – ‘buy bulk’. wind turbine electricity generation. gray water. but not limit to the below practices: a. select energy star rating devices. air-conditioned unit set not lower than 24°C. Renewable – rainwater harvesting system. (3) or b. glass. Efficiency – install water saving faucet.

3.4 The compilation.0 4. • • Transportation Conservation – use public transportation (MRT.5 Group presentation on green lifestyle at the end of module 3: Green Technology Practices and 4. Any successful project requires the following steps: a. LRT. KTM. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 2: Green Technology Practices Attitude: 1.1 Able to utilize three (3) steps for launching green community programme.1 Open to new concept methodologies. 3. hybrid 3. Collaboration 4.0 Lecture 1. bus). study and employment of recorded data sheets on green lifestyle practices via class room case-studies presented by study group basis. Participate in green community programme 4.1 Able to remember.4. fuel efficient cars.2.1 Definition of Green communities and its associated programmes that are found in private or public domains. recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired. Efficiency – car pooling.2 Everybody can make a difference to the environment by launching green community programmes or projects.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT d. 1. Identify the need and the scope of the green community project. 23 .

etc. d.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT b. Organise the green community project by mapping out the goals. Raise awareness in the targeted community through bulletin boards. Growing own food. state or federal grants or funding raising event from the targeted community. Organic food gardening. Adopting a river programme 4. e. youth groups or welfare organizations. c. g. b. Facebook postings. Planting tree in public spaces. Raise funds through local.3 The known green community programme (projects) can be as follows (but not limited to): a.3. Compost garden and kitchen waste. 24 . Find like-minded people or people who share a similar vision from community clubs. c. e. d. f. 4. strategies and contingency actions in case of project obstacles. Native plant gardening. Sustainability education workshops.1 Able to utilize one (1) programme for green community project.

1. Open to new concept and methodologies 5. inefficient or unmaintained cooling systems. itchy eyes.1 Able to list three (3) illnesses related to indoor air pollution. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 2: Green Technology Practices 4. Maintain Workplace environmental quality 5.1 Definition of workplace environmental quality that can be found in private or public domains.4 The compilation.3 Research has shown that indoor air pollution levels can routinely be up to five (5) higher than those found outdoors as a result of contaminants from tracked-in soil. scratchy 5. 25 . study and employment of recorded data sheets on green community programme via class room casestudies presented by study group basis. 5. 4. In short terms.2 Workplace environmental quality frequently applied to Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) that includes Air Quality and Hygiene. recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired.0 Collaboration 5. poor indoor air quality can cause sneezing.1 Able to remember.5 Group presentation on green community programme at the end of module 2: Green Technology Practices Attitude: 1.0 Lecture 1.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 4. chemical-laden cleaning products.3.4.

pet dander and dust mites. Frequently use a vacuum with HEPA filter to eliminate common allergens like pollen. 5. d. c. b. PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 5. e.TOPIC THEORY throats and fatigues.1 Able to list three (3) ways to improve air quality within workplaces.4 The known five (5) ways to improve indoor air quality within workplaces (and even homes): a. Mop floor after vacuuming to remove contaminants left behind. lung disease. Tobacco smoking free zones. cancer and even damage to neurological systems. Place ‘scraper’ floor mats outside entranceways to remove soiling from shoes and place walk-off carpet mats to capture any residual particulates. Use a dehumidifier and air conditioning unit to keep indoor humidity at 30%-50% range. medical report contributes indoor air pollution to asthma. f.4. Over the long term. 26 . however. Clean air-conditioning units regularly to prevent filters trapping harmful particles (including pathogens) from circulating throughout the workplace.

b. c. Reduce. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 2: Green Technology Practices 5. Repair.6 Group presentation on workplace environmental quality at the end of module 2: Green Technology Practices Attitude: 1.5. e.0 Lecture 1. Label as eco-friendly product or process.1 Definition of green products and processes that can be found in private or public domains. Does not lead to toxicity or pollution of the environment.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 5.5 The compilation. 1.3. 6. 6.1 Able to list three (3) criteria related to green products and processes.1 Able to list all four (4) R related to green or ecofriendly products and processes. 5. c. Minimize emission of greenhouse gases. 6. 27 .1 Able to remember. b.2 The criteria that defines green products or processes can be as follows: a. Help conserve energy.0 Collaboration 6.3 Any green or eco-friendly products and processes are incorporated with one or more of the 4 R of the environment: a. recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired. study and employment of recorded data sheets on workplace environmental quality programme via class room case-studies presented by study group basis. Open to new concept methodologies and 6. Minimize carbon footprint d. Reuse.2. Use green products and processes 6.

0 Lecture 1. 6.4. PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 6. 7. Over-population. Slash and burn agricultural practices. study and employment of recorded data sheets on green products and processes via class room casestudies presented by study group basis.3. Recycle. Collaboration 7.1 Definition of natural resources that can be found in private or public domains. 1. 6.5 of the earth sustainable levels by human beings. c.1 Able to remember. d. 28 .TOPIC THEORY d. Open to new concept methodologies. recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired. b.1 Able to list three (3) causes of natural resources depletion on planet earth.4 The compilation. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 2: Green Technology Practices Attitude: 1. Non-equitable distribution of resources.5 Group presentation on green products and processes at the end of module 2: Green Technology Practices and 7 Reduce usage of natural resources 7.0 7.2 The usage of natural resources is exceeding 1.3 The causes of natural resource depletion in the planet earth are as follows (but not limited to): a. Over-consumption or excessive or unnecessary use of resources.

global warming and expensive energy costs. Hydro Electricity (energy). g. 7. Contamination of resources.1 Able to list two (2) effects of natural resources depletion on planet earth. Solar Photovoltaic (energy). f. d. c. Higher energy costs or frequent supply interruptions.4 The effects of natural resources depletion in the planet earth are as follows (but not limited to): a. h. Water management (water). 7.1 Able to list three (3) of the green technologies that assist in reducing dependencies on natural resources. Increasing territorial conflicts.6 Green technologies are able to assist in reducing dependencies on natural resources. Erosion. d. Increasing global warming. b. Aquifer depletion. Solar thermal (energy). c. 7.5 Reduction in usages of natural resources can assist in fighting air pollution. 29 . 7. g. a. Solid waste management (waste). Technological and industrial development (non-ecological practices).4. 7. b.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT e. i. f. e. Solar hot water (energy).6. Green building facilities (building). Reduction in world food production. Mining for oil and minerals.

2. 8. Natural Gas Vehicle (transportation). j. k.7.1 Able to provide one (1) reason in waste minimisation either individually or in a community. Collaboration 30 . Electric Vehicle (transportation).1 Able to list one (1) type of waste found in Malaysia.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT h. i. 1. Open to new concept methodologies and 8 Reduce waste 8. 7.0 Lecture 1. Green fuel production (transportation). Biomass Technology (fuel production). 7.0 8. 8. Solid waste. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 2: Green Technology Practices 7.1 Able to remember.2 The type of waste that can be found in Malaysia are: a.8 Group presentation on reduction of natural resources at the end of module 2: Green Technology Practices Attitude: 1. Hazardous (scheduled) waste. recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired.1. Fuel Cell Vehicle (transportation).1 Waste minimisation is the process and the policy of reducing the amount of waste produced by a person or a society. b.7 The compilation. study and employment of recorded data sheets on reduction on usage of natural resources via class room case-studies presented by study group basis. l.

Consumer waste. Minimizing usage of energy consumption. 31 . cradle-to-grave analysis.6 The key objective is to use fewer materials and less waste production on an equal amount of commercial output. b. c. 8. c.4 The understanding on waste is paramount in hierarchy reducing waste. Agriculture waste.7. 8.6. knowledge of the composition of waste.7 Waste minimisation usually requires: a.3 The sources of waste production in Malaysia are: a.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 8. b. Industrial waste. 8.1 Able to list one (1) waste minimisation requirement.3. knowledge of the production process. Minimizing usage of resources.1 Able to state the key objective in waste minimisation in commercial output. 8.5 Waste minimisation involves efforts in: a. 8. 8.1 Able to list one (1) source of waste production. b. 8.

10 Group presentation on reduction of waste at the end of module 2: Green Technology Practices Attitude: 1. By Processes Resource optimization.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 8.1 Waste management is the collection. Open to new concept methodologies and 9 Manage waste 9. study and employment of recorded data sheets on reduction on waste via class room case-studies presented by study group basis.0 Collaboration 32 .8 Waste minimisation can be done through two areas: a. 1. Waste exchanges Ship to point of use b. processing (or disposal). 8.9. transport.1 Able to remember. managing and monitoring of waste materials by definition.0 Lecture 1. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 2: Green Technology Practices 8.9 The compilation. By Product Design Waste can be reduced at product design stage. Reduction of toxicity of waste at the end of the product life cyle. recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired. Reuse of scrap material Improved quality control and process monitoring. 8.

1 Able to state the distinct practice in waste management in delaying the rate of consumption of natural resources. 9. ‘Polluter Pays.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 9.3 Waste management is a distinct practice from resource recovery which focuses on delaying the rate of consumption of natural resources. 9.1 Able to list the key objective in waste management at home or workplace. Landfill b.6. liquid. 9. the environment and aesthetics.5.6 Disposal of waste can be carried out in several methods available such as: a. b.2 The key objective of waste management is undertaken to reduce the impact on health. 9. 33 . principle. reuse.2. Incineration c.3.1 Able to state one (1) of the widely used concept the waste management. Energy recovery f.1 Able to state three (3) of the waste disposal method available. recycle.5 Two (2) widely used concepts of waste management are: a. whether they are solid.4 All waste materials. Biological reprocessing e. 9. gaseous or radioactive fall within the remit of waste management. Recycling d. Waste hierarchy – 3R. 9. 9. Resource recovery 9. reduce.

and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 2: Green Technology Practices Attitude: 1. 9.9 Group presentation on waste management at the end of module 2: Green Technology Practices and 34 .1 Able to remember.7 An important method of waste management is the prevention of waste material being created. also known as waste reduction or minimisation 9. Open to new concept methodologies 9.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 9.8.8 The compilation. recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired. study and employment of recorded data sheets on waste management via class room case-studies presented by study group basis.

John A Dixon et al. Aswathanaraya & rao S. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7568-7 8. Palgrove Macmillan 2009. Pennwell 2007. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5124-7 9. OCED 2011. Renewable Energy and The Environment. CO2 Emission from Fuel Combustion. ISBN: 978-0-8160-7202-6 11. Energy Portfolios. Vaughn Nelson. U. CRC Press 2009. Cambridge university press. Jill Potvin Schoff. Chemistry and Sustainable Development. Leigh Stringer. 5. ISBN: 978-0-470-40194-1 35 AUDIO VISUAL MATERIALS . Biofuels: Biotechnology. Mousdale. 2010 3. ISBN: 978-0-415-46985-2 6. ISBN: 978-1-59370-124-6 13. Hossein Razavi PhD.Selected References and Audio Visual Materials REFERENCES 1. Highlight 1971 – 2005. Dealing with Climate Change: Policies and Measures in IEA Member Countries. Greening Household Behaviour: The Role of Public Policy. CRC Press 2009. Wiley 2010. ISBN: 978-0-230-61428-4 Guide to Green Building Rating Systems. Pollution: Treating Environmental Toxins. Green Up Your Cleanup. ISBN: 978-1-58011-395-3 10. The Green Workplace. Financing Energy Projects in Developing Countries. OECD/IEA 2001 ISBN: 92-64-19518-1 4. David M. Mixed Sources. Green Impact: Low Carbon Green Growth. Earthscan 2006. CRC Press 2008. Divi. Economic Analysis of Environmental Impacts. Climate Change 2001: Summary for Policymaker. Anne Maczulak PhD. KeTTHA & GPNM. ISBN: 978-1-85383-185-0 7. Wind Energy. Linda Reeder. OECD/IEA 2007. ISBN: 978-92-64-06362-4 12. ISBN 0521-01495-6 2. Facts on file Inc 2010.

5. 6.Tools. 2. 4. LCD Projector Laser Printer Personal Computer/Laptop Wifi-Access (Internet) White Paper (Mahjong Paper) Writing Notepad Green Technology Compliance (Z-050) Manual RATIO (TEM : Trainees) 1:25 1:25 1:25 1:25 1:5 1:1 1:1 36 . Equipment and Materials ITEMS 1. 7. 3.

OPERATION AND PROCESSES AS WELL AS COST + BENEFIT ANALYSIS. . Module Objectives: THIS MODULE WILL IMPART FUNDAMENTAL AND CRITICAL KNOWLEDGE PERTAINING GREEN TECHNOLOGY AVAILABLE IN MALAYSIA AND GLOBALLY.COURSE OF STUDY GREEN TECHNOLOGY COMPLIANCE ( Z-050 ) MODULE 03 : GREEN TECHNOLOGY ACQUISITION Module Synopsis THIS MODULE CONTAINS THE SCOPE OF GREEN TECHNOLOGY PERTAINING TO GREEN PROCUREMENT. THE OBJECTIVES ARE PRIMARILY TO HIGHLIGHT AND EMPHASIZE KNOWLEDGE RELATED TO GREEN PROCUREMENT. GREEN OPERATION AND PROCESSES AND COST + BENEFIT ANALYSIS ON GREEN RELATED MATTERS IN MALAYSIA. 37 .

01 UNDERSTAND GREEN PROCUREMENT 03.02 UNDERSTAND GREEN OPERATION + PROCESSES 03.Module Content Task ( s ) No & Statement 03.03 UNDERSTAND COST + BENEFIT ANALYSIS 38 .

c. Service-based.1 Able to list two (2) extrinsic cost consideration within conventional procurement practices. Product-based. b. 39 . It is also called the three (3) pillars for measuring organizational and societal success by economic. Supplier-based. This forms a ‘triple baseline or bottom line’ of external concerns that are economics. 1. ecological and social considerations.2 Green Procurement must include extrinsic cost considerations within conventional procurement practices. Sustainable Procurement is an alternative term.3.1 Able to name three (3) of external concerns in the triple bottom line approach. Understand Green procurement THEORY 1.1 Definitions of Green Procurement used by private and public policymakers.TOPIC 1.3 Exogenous considerations by ‘triple bottom line’ approach which takes into account of third-party consequences of procurement decision.5 Collaboration 1.2. PERFORMANCE HRS 1.4 Green procurement has 3 approaches that can be combined: a. beyond price and quality elements. 1.0 DELIVERY MODE Lecture ASSESSMENT Areas of Assessment Module 3: Green Technology Acquisition (a) Individual Assessment (b) Performance Assessment via Group Collaboration (c) Final Written Examination with Multiple-choice 0. social and ecology. 1. 1.

e. Establish a multi-disciplinary team. c.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 1.6 The compilation.5.6. Define the contract subjectmatter. 1. Choose the right supplier. 1. d.7 Group presentation on green procurement processes at the end of module 3: Green Technology Acquisition and 40 .5 Green procurement or purchasing can be implemented through eight (8) steps method: a. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 3: Green Technology Acquisition Attitude: 1.1 Open to new concept methodologies. Set targets. Integrate green criteria into procurement process. 1. b. Award the procurement contract. study and employment of recorded data sheets on green procurement via class room case-studies presented by study group basis. recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired. 1.1 Able to utilize the eight (8) steps method in Green Procurement in given case study. Translate subject-matter into measurable specifications. f.1 Able to remember. g.

Fair dealing Managers/directors Business profits. 0. 41 . Dividends Regulators Compliance with regulation. c.1. (brown) Business Operations and Processes. Fair remuneration Owners And other investors Growth in value. f. Performance 2.TOPIC 2.5 Collaboration 2. d.1 Able to list three (3) elements Bottom Line into conventional in the Triple Bottom Line. e. Suppliers Contracts. Good working conditions.1 Able to list four (4) stakeholder value within the brown operations management. Job satisfaction.1 The implementation of Triple 2. Customers (internal or external) Benefits from use of products/services.2.2 Conventional operations management brings value to its stakeholder but may not be environmental friendly: a. Understand Green operations and processes THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS 1 DELIVERY MODE Lecture ASSESSMENT 2. value for money b. Fulfillment of organizational mission Other employees Employment security.

42 . 2. Recovery (material recoverers).4.TOPIC THEORY improvement Local community Environmental stewardship.5 Green operations and processes (green stakeholders) to be included into brown operations management are: a. c.3 Brown product input-output models that are Straight-line Linear model. Community involvement Society at large Contribution to general economic wellbeing.life and disposal. d. Waste collection (collectors). Employment opportunities. 2. ending at end-ofproduct. b.4 Green operations are closed-loop supply chain that involves green stakeholders. h. 2. Ethical behaviour PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT g. Recycling (recyclers).1 Able to draw the closed loop supply chain in the green production model. Reprocessing (reprocessors). 2.

c. to address legal constraints. processes and management. processes and management with three (3) intervention approaches: a. 43 . Remanufacturing and closed loop supply chains the design of the complete forward and reverse supply chain to address environmental and other sustainability objectives through appropriate recycling and remanufacture. b. Green product and process development the design and development of products and processes that achieve high standards of environmental performance such as reduced energy consumption and ease of recycling.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 2.6.6 Building sustainability into business operations.1 Able to utilize two (2) of the intervention approaches for building sustainability into business operations. Lean and Green operation management the planning and control of processes to minimize materials and energy consumption. 2.

3. 44 . Open to new concept and methodologies 3. 2.0 Lecture 0. 3.7.1 Able to remember. understand cost + 3. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 3: Green Technology Acquisition 2. either in private or public domains.3.5 Collaboration 3. recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired. inclusive of green technology.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 2.2 Carbon footprint forms the foundation for cost + benefit analysis pertaining to sustainability.3 Definition of Cost + Benefit Analysis (CBA) used by private and public organization.7 The compilation.1 Definition of Carbon Footprint measurement used in private and benefit analysis public domain.8 Group presentation on green procurement processes at the end of module 3: Green Technology Acquisition Attitude: 1. 1.1 Able to provide one (1) definition of Cost + Benefit Analysis (CBA). study and employment of recorded data sheets on green operations and processes via class room casestudies presented by study group basis.

45 . Real – resource costs.6 Known categories of costs in relation with sustainability: a. b.1 Able to utilize three (3) categories of costs in CBA. e.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 3.5 CBA concepts applicable to green technology or sustainability are: a. 3. 3. Social welfare loses. c. Time and discounting d. including compliance costs. d. to see whether the benefits outweigh cost and by magnitude of difference.1 Able to list one (1) purpose in using CBA. Ecological costs. To provide a basis for comparing projects in terms of total expected cost of each option against the expected benefits. Risk and uncertainty 3. 3. b.6. Transitional costs. f. Indirect costs. key 3.1 Able to name three (3) CBA approaches used in green technology. Valuation c.5. Process-based b.4 CBA key purposes are: a.4. Government regulatory costs. To determine if it is a sound investment / decision (or justification / feasibility).

• • • • Amenities Recreational facilities.1 Able to remember. • • • • c.1 Able to utilize three (3) categories of benefits in CBA.8 CBA critiques an inefficient approach to assess any project not feasibility as it may internalizing environmental and/or moral costs and benefits.9 The compilation. b. Sustainable transport.6. • Psychological.7 Known categories of benefits in relation with sustainability: a. 3. 3. Recreation and aesthetics Ecosystem services Existence and bequest values 3. Commercial Green products. recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired. Human health benefits: • Physical. 3. Waste management.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 3. study and employment of recorded data sheets on Cost + Benefit Analysis via class room case-studies presented by study group basis. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 3: Green Technology Acquisition 46 . Social facilities.7.

TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT 3.1 Open to new concept methodologies.10 Group presentation on green procurement processes at the end of module 3: Green Technology Acquisition Attitude: 1. and 47 .

ISBN: 978-0-8160-7202-6 11. ISBN: 978-0-230-61428-4 14. Financing Energy Projects in Developing Countries.Selected References and Audio Visual Materials REFERENCES 1. ISBN: 978-1-59370-124-6 13. OECD/IEA 2001 ISBN: 92-64-19518-1 4. 2010 3. Renewable Energy and The Environment. Jill Potvin Schoff. CRC Press 2008. KeTTHA & GPNM. OECD/IEA 2007. Pollution: Treating Environmental Toxins. Linda Reeder. Chemistry and Sustainable Development. Palgrove Macmillan 2009. Wiley 2010. Highlight 1971 – 2005. ISBN: 978-0-415-46985-2 6. Greening Household Behaviour: The Role of Public Policy. Mousdale. Pennwell 2007. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5124-7 9. Anne Maczulak PhD. Earthscan 2006. ISBN: 978-0-470-40194-1 AUDIO VISUAL MATERIALS 48 . The Green Workplace. CO2 Emission from Fuel Combustion. Aswathanaraya & rao S. Biofuels: Biotechnology. John A Dixon et al. Green Up Your Cleanup. Facts on file Inc 2010. OCED 2011. Hossein Razavi PhD. Climate Change 2001: Summary for Policymaker. CRC Press 2009. CRC Press 2009. Cambridge university press. Vaughn Nelson. Wind Energy. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7568-7 8. Economic Analysis of Environmental Impacts. Dealing with Climate Change: Policies and Measures in IEA Member Countries. ISBN 0521-01495-6 2. Energy Portfolios. Green Impact: Low Carbon Green Growth. ISBN: 978-1-85383-185-0 7. 5. ISBN: 978-92-64-06362-4 12. Mixed Sources. ISBN: 9781-58011-395-3 10. U. Leigh Stringer. Guide to Green Building Rating Systems. Divi. David M.

4. 6. 2. LCD Projector Laser Printer Personal Computer/Laptop Wifi-Access (Internet) White Paper (Mahjong Paper) Writing Notepad Green Technology Compliance (Z-050) Manual RATIO (TEM : Trainees) 1:25 1:25 1:25 1:25 1:5 1:1 1:1 49 . 7. 3.Tools. 5. Equipment and Materials ITEMS 1.

COURSE OF STUDY GREEN TECHNOLOGY COMPLIANCE ( Z-050 ) MODULE 04 : GREEN TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH & INNOVATION Module Synopsis THIS MODULE CONTAINS THE SCOPE OF GREEN TECHNOLOGY PERTAINING TO IMPROVISATON ON GREEN PRODUCTS. SERVICES AND PROCESSES IN MALAYSIA. THE OBJECTIVES ARE PRIMARILY TO HIGHLIGHT AND EMPHASIZE KNOWLEGDE RELATED TO IMPROVISATON ON PRODUCTS. SERVICES AND PROCESSES TO BE SUSTAINABLE OR GREEN. . Module Objectives: THIS MODULE WILL IMPART FUNDAMENTAL AND CRITICAL KNOWLEDGE PERTAINING GREEN TECHNOLOGY AVAILABLE IN MALAYSIA AND GLOBALLY. 51 .

Module Content Task ( s ) No & Statement 05.02 IMPROVISE POTENTIAL GREEN SERVICES 05.01 IMPROVISE POTENTIAL GREEN PRODUCTS 05.03 IMPROVISE POTENTIAL GREEN PROCESSES 51 .

2. 1.3. PERFORMANCE HRS 1. Identify Environment-Friendly Materials Create a new material inventory list Get ideas for green materials Identify Product Design Improvements Green packaging and distribution Design for environment (ie. recyclability) 1. durability.0 DELIVERY MODE Lecture ASSESSMENT MODE Areas of Assessment Module 4: Green Technology Research & Innovation (a) Individual Assessment (b) Performance Assessment via Group Collaboration (c) Final Written Examination with Multiple-choice 0. 52 . globally.1 Able to utilize two (2) of the product attributes for improvisation in green products. upgradability.TOPIC 1.1 Definitions of Green Products or Greener Products used by private and public market places. c. Review Guidelines Green procurement guidelines Green label or seal Environmentally Preferable Purchasing (EPP) b.2 Green (or Greener) products have zero or lesser impact on human health and the environment than other products that perform a similar function. Improvise Potential Green Products THEORY 1.3 Improvisation by Product Attribute Approach for Potential Green Products: a.5 1. repairability.1 Able to list two (2) green products available in production. Collaboration 1.

0 Lecture 0. and 2. 1. study and employment of recorded data sheets on improvisation of potential green products via class room case-studies presented by study group basis. Marketing Green Products Certification or Green Label Placement into green procurement systems or directories 1.1 Able to remember.4.1 Able to list two (2) green services available in operations.2. Improvise potential Green Services 2. 1.2 Green (or Greener) services have zero or lesser impact on human health and the environment than other services that perform a similar function. 2.5 Group presentation on green procurement processes at the end of module 4: Green Research & Technology Innovation Attitude: 1. recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 4: Green Technology Research & Innovation.1 Open to new concept methodologies. globally. 1.1 Definitions of Green Services or Greener Services used by private and public market places.5 Collaboration 53 .TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT MODE d.4 The compilation. 2.

Establishing leading practices / guidelines around waste management.3.1 Able to remember. 2.1 Able to utilize two (2) of the business operations for improvisation in green products. Putting in place an environmentally responsible travel policy.4. and data green casegroup 2. d. Measuring carbon footprint by collecting and analyzing data on energy consumption at work place and business travels.3 Improvisation by Business Operation Approach for Potential Green Services: a. c. 2.2 Open to new concept methodologies. Setting goals for internal operations to promote environmentally sustainable business practices in service industries. b.5 Group presentation on green Attitude: procurement processes at the end of module 4: Green Research & Technology Innovation 1. study employment of recorded sheets on improvisation of services via class room studies presented by study basis.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT MODE 2. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 4: Green Technology Research & Innovation.4 The compilation. and 54 . 2. recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired.

1 Able to list two (2) green processes available in practice. Maximise the percentage of input material that leaves the facility as a saleable product: Process improvement Improved housekeeping Better inventory control Segregate waste streams Identify ways to turn waste into saleable products to other companies Recycling process waste b.2 Green (or Greener) processes have zero or lesser impact on human health and the environment than other processes that perform a similar output.1 Able to utilize two (2) of the manufacturing processes for improvisation in green products and complementary services.5 Collaboration 3.0 Lecture 0. 1.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT MODE 3. globally. 3. Improvise Potential Green Processes 3.3.1 Definitions of Green Processes or Greener Processes used by private and public market places. 55 .2. 3.3 Improvisation by Manufacturing Processes Approach for Green Products and complementary services: a. Minimise use of energy and ancillary materials: Energy and water conservation Recycling programme Process optimization Regular equipment maintenance Employee training and incentive programme 3.

4. 3.5 Group presentation on green procurement processes at the end of module 4: Green Research & Technology Innovation and 56 .4 The compilation.1 Able to remember. study employment of recorded sheets on improvisation of processes via class room studies presented by study basis.TOPIC THEORY PERFORMANCE HRS DELIVERY MODE ASSESSMENT MODE 3. and apply it into case-study assignment provided in the Module 4: Green Technology Research & Innovation. Attitude: 1. recall and reorganise this declarative knowledge acquired. and data green casegroup 3.1 Open to new concept methodologies.

Renewable Energy and The Environment. Anne Maczulak PhD. ISBN: 978-1-58011-395-3 10. CO2 Emission from Fuel Combustion. Biofuels: Biotechnology. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5124-7 9. Mixed Sources. Green Up Your Cleanup. Pennwell 2007. Jill Potvin Schoff. KeTTHA & GPNM. ISBN 0521-01495-6 2. OECD/IEA 2007. U. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7568-7 8. Hossein Razavi PhD. ISBN: 978-0-415-46985-2 6. Facts on file Inc 2010. Green Impact: Low Carbon Green Growth. Mousdale. Palgrove Macmillan 2009. Vaughn Nelson. John A Dixon et al. Greening Household Behaviour: The Role of Public Policy. ISBN: 978-0-230-61428-4 14. Chemistry and Sustainable Development. CRC Press 2008. Wiley 2010. CRC Press 2009. ISBN: 978-1-85383-185-0 7. Highlight 1971 – 2005. Energy Portfolios. Earthscan 2006. OECD/IEA 2001 ISBN: 92-64-19518-1 4. Dealing with Climate Change: Policies and Measures in IEA Member Countries. 5. Guide to Green Building Rating Systems. Wind Energy. Aswathanaraya & Rao S. Cambridge university press. CRC Press 2009.Selected References and Audio Visual Materials REFERENCES 1. OCED 2011. 2010 3. Divi. ISBN: 978-0-470-40194-1 AUDIO VISUAL MATERIALS 57 . ISBN: 978-92-64-06362-4 12. David M. ISBN: 978-1-59370-124-6 13. ISBN: 978-0-8160-7202-6 11. Financing Energy Projects in Developing Countries. Economic Analysis of Environmental Impacts. Linda Reeder. Leigh Stringer. The Green Workplace. Climate Change 2001: Summary for Policymaker. Pollution: Treating Environmental Toxins.

3.Tools. 7. LCD Projector Laser Printer Personal Computer/Laptop Wifi-Access (Internet) White Paper (Mahjong Paper) Writing Notepad Green Technology Compliance (Z-050) Manual RATIO (TEM : Trainees) 1:25 1:25 1:25 1:25 1:5 1:1 1:1 58 . 2. 5. 6. 4. Equipment and Materials ITEMS 1.