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BACHELOR OF TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL TEACHER EDUCATION

Specialization: Electrical Installation and Maintenance

SAMPLE COURSE SYLLABUS


Course Name EIM
Course Credits 3 units
Course Description This is an exploratory and introductory course which leads to an Electrical Installation and Maintenance
National Certificate Level II (NCII). It covers five common competencies that the Grade 7/Grade 8
Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE) student ought to possess: (1) using tools, equipment and
paraphernalia, 2) performing mensuration and calculation, 3) practicing Occupational Health and Safety
(OHS) procedures, 4) maintaining tools, equipment and paraphernalia, and 5) interpreting technical drawing
and plans.
The preliminaries of this exploratory course include the following: (1) discussion on the relevance of the
course, 2) explanation of key concepts relative to the course, and 3) exploration of career opportunities.
Contact Hours 42 hours
Prerequisite
Course Objectives This course intends to help students to be able to:
1) Prepare electrical supplies, materials, and tools
2) Perform mensuration and calculations
3) Interpret technical drawings and plans
4) Maintain tools and equipment
5) Practice occupational health and safety

COURSE OUTLINE AND TIME FRAME


Course Content/Subject Matter
Week 1-18 Unit 1: Prepare Electrical Materials and Tools
A. Identify materials and tools applicable to a specific job
 Electrical tools and equipment
 Electrical Materials
1. Common splices and joints
2. Extension cord
B. Different forms
C. Job order slip
D. Tools and materials requisition slip
E. Borrowers slip
F. Requisition procedures
G. Procedures in receiving tools and materials
H. Proper inspection of tools and materials received
I. Proper handling of tools and materials

Unit 2: Perform Mensuration and Calculations


Demonstrate understanding of/on:
A. Measuring instruments/measuring tools
B. Proper handling of measuring instruments
C. Ohms Law
D. Kinds of measurement
E. Dimensions
F. Conversion

Unit 3: Interpret Technical Drawings and Plans


Demostrate understanding of/on:
A. Drawing electrical symbols and signs
B. Drawing wiring diagrams:
1. Pictorial
2.. Schematic
C. Technical plans and schematic diagram
1. Electrical plan
D. Symbols and abbreviations

Unit 4: Maintain Tools and Equipment


Demonstrate understanding of/on:
A. Types of tools and equipment
1. Safety reminders
B. Classification of functional and non-functional tools
C. Uses of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
D. Types and uses of lubricants
E. Types and uses of cleaning materials/solvent
F. OSHC workplace regulations
G. Types and uses of measuring instruments and equipment
H. Preventive maintenance techniques and procedures
I. Inventory of electrical tools and equipment
J. Tools and equipment handling
K. Tool safe-keeping/storage

Unit 5: Practice Occupational Health and Safety Procedures


Demonstrate understanding of/on:
A. Hazards and risks identification and control
B. Organizational safety and health protocol
C. Threshold limit value (TLV)
D. OHS indicators
E. TLV table
F. Philippine OHS standards
G. Effects of hazards in the workplace
H. Ergonomics
I. ECC Regulations
J. Safety regulations
K. Clean air act
L. Electrical and fire safety code
M. Waste management
N. Disaster preparedness and management
O. Contingency measures and procedures
P. Operational health and safety procedure, practices and regulations
Q. Emergency-related drills and training
I. Course No. and Title: IEM 1 – Introduction to Electricity
Pre-requisite:

Learning Plan
Desired Learning Outcomes (DLO) Course Content/ Textbooks/ Outcome-Based Teaching Assessment of Resource Time
Subject Matter References and Learning (OBTL) Learning Outcomes Materials Table

At the end of the unit, the students must Unit 1: Learning Module on Lecture/Discussion  Written test  Chalkboard 12 hours
be able to: Prepare electrical Electrical Installation Asking Question  Performance test  Laptop
1. Identify electrical supplies, supplies, and Maintenance NC II, Powerpoint presentation  Direct observation  Projector
materials, and tools needed in materials, and Hector M. Vallarta,  Electrical tools
electrical/wiring installation. tools Roman A. Cabusora Jr.
2. Request appropriate supplies,
materials, and tools for a specific
job.
3. Receive and inspect electrical
supplies, materials and tools.
At the end of the unit, the students must Unit 2: Learning Module on Lecture/Discussion  Actual  Chalkboard 6 hours
be able to: Perform Electrical Installation Asking Question demonstration  Measuring tools
1. Select measuring tools and Mensuration and and Maintenance NC II, Demonstration  Direct observation and instruments
instruments. Calculations Hector M. Vallarta, Laboratory  Written test  Activity sheets
2. Carry out Measurements and Roman A. Cabusora Jr.  Performance test
Calculations.
At the end of the unit, the students must Unit 3: Learning Module on Lecture/Discussion  Direct observation  Chalkboard 6 hours
be able to: Interpret Electrical Installation Asking Question  Written test  Electrical
1. Analyze signs, symbols and data. Technical and Maintenance NC II, Brainstorming  Performance test symbols
2. Interpret technical drawings and Drawing and Hector M. Vallarta,  Various
plans. Plans Roman A. Cabusora Jr. company/
industry warning
signs
At the end of the unit, the students must Unit 4: Learning Module on Lecture/Discussion  Direct observation  Chalkboard 8 hours
be able to: Maintain Tools Electrical Installation Asking Question  Written test  Checklist of
1. Check condition of tools and and Equipment and Maintenance NC II, Demonstration  Performance test tools and
equipment. Hector M. Vallarta, Laboratory  Practical exam materials
2. Perform basic preventive Roman A. Cabusora Jr. Demonstration lesson  Functional tools
maintenance. in the shop
3. Store tools and equipment.  Non-functional
tools in the shop
At the end of the unit, the students must Unit 5: Learning Module on Lecture/Discussion  Written test  Chalkboard 10 hours
be able to: Practice Electrical Installation Asking Question  Performance test  Laptop
1. Identify hazards and risks. Occupational and Maintenance NC II, Brainstorming  Demonstration  Projector
2. Evaluate risks and hazards. Health and Safety Hector M. Vallarta, Interactive participation  Interview  Video clips on
3. Control hazards and risks. Roman A. Cabusora Jr. Demonstration lesson  Portfolio hazards and risks
Powerpoint presentation assessment
Midterm Finals
Written Work 20% Written Work 20%
Grading System Performance Task 60% Performance Task 60%
Quarterly Assessment 20% Quarterly Assessment 20%
TOTAL 100% TOTAL 100%