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COURSE DESIGN COURSE TITLE NOMINAL DURATION : : PACU/CRE 320 Hours NC II

QUALIFICATION LEVEL : COURSE DESCRIPTION :

This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, desirable attitudes and skills of RAC Services in accordance with industry standards. It covers specialized competencies such as; Install service and maintain, troubleshoot, recover and recycle, repair and retrofit PACU and CRE units COURSE OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the course, the trainees/students must be able to: 1. Prepare for the installation of PACU/ CRE 2. Install components of PACU /CRE system 3. Test run PACU /CRE system 4. Prepare piping requirements 5. Install bracket and support 6. Lay-out PACU / CRE piping 7. Perform pipe joint 8. Insulate refrigerant / chilled water piping 9. Lay- out electrical system 10. Install power supply wiring, controls & protective devices 11. Test run electrical system 12. Check and adjust air-conditioning and refrigeration components, controls and operating condition 13. Maintain lubrication system in PACU /CRE 14. Maintain refrigerant system in PACU /CRE 15. Maintain secondary heat transport equipment in PACU / CRE 16. Maintain air distribution system in PACU /CRE 17. Maintain electrical system 18. Plan and prepare for troubleshooting a package air conditioning / commercial refrigeration 19. Troubleshoot electrical system 20. Troubleshoot mechanical system 21. Test unit performance 22. Assess unit for recovery /recycling 23. Set up equipment for recovery /recycling 24. Perform refrigerant recovery/Recycling 25. Assess unit for repair / retrofit 26. Repair / Replace defective components of PACU /CRE 27. Perform refrigerant retrofitting process 28. Test operating performance of retrofitted system ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: Candidate /trainee must posses any of the following qualifications; 1. 2. Good moral character Can communicate

COURSE STRUCTURE Units of Competency BASIC 1. Participate in Workplace Communication Module Title Module Contents No. of Hr s. (40)

1.1 Participating in Workplace Communication

1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6 1.1.7 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.1.5 2.1.6 2.1.7

Parts of speech Sentence construction Effective communication Basic mathematics Technical writing Types of forms Recording information Team role Relationship and responsibilities Role and responsibilities with team environment. Relationship within a team. Communication process Team structure / team roles Group planning and decision making Personal Development-Social Aspects: Intra and Interpersonal Development Organizational Goals Personal Hygiene and Practices Code of Ethics Organizational KRAs Work Values and Ethical Standards Company policies on the use and maintenance of equipment Qualification Standards Gender and Development (GAD) Sensitivity Professionalism in the Workplace List of Professional Licenses

2. Work in a Team Environment

2.1 Working in a Team Environment

(40)

3. Practice Career 3.1 Practicing Professionalism Career Professionalism

3.1.1

3.1.2 3.1.3 3.1.4 3.1.5 3.1.6 3.1.7 3.1.8 3.1.9 3.1.10 3.1.11

Units of Competency 4. Practice Occupational Health and Safety Procedures

Module Title 4.1 Practicing Occupational Health and Safety Procedures


4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.3 4.1.4 4.1.5 4.1.6 4.1.7 4.1.8 4.1.9 4.1.10 4.1.11 4.1.12 4.1.13 4.1.14 4.1.15 4.1.16

Module Contents Hazards and risks identification and control Organizational safety and health protocol Threshold limit value (TLV) OHS indicators TLV table Phil OHS Standards Effects of hazards in the workplace Ergonomics EGG Regulations Safety Regulations Clean Air Act Electrical and Fire Safety Code Waste management Disaster Preparedness and Management Contingency Measures and Procedures Operational health and safety procedure, practices and regulations Emergency-related drills and training

No. of Hr s.

4.1.17

COMMON 1 Prepare Materials And Tools

1.1 Preparing Materials And Tools

2 Perform 2.1 Performing Mensuration Mensuration And Calculation And Calculation

1.1.1 Classification Of Construction Materials, Tools and Equipment 1.1.2 Quantification / Estimates Of Tools And Materials 1.1.3 Specification Of Construction Materials 1.1.4 SOP In Requesting Tools And Materials 1.1.5 Table Of Elements 1.1.6 Comparing And Contrasting Of Objects 1.1.7 Making Of Reports 1.1.8 Storing / Stockpiling Of Materials 3.1.1 Types and Uses of Measuring Instruments 3.1.2 Fraction and Decimals 3.1.3 Mensurations 3.1.4 Linear Measurement 3.1.5 Unit Of Conversion 3.1.6 Dimension 3.1.7 Ratio And Proportion 3.1.8 Trigonometric Function 3.1.9 Algebraic Equation 3.1.10 Allowances And Tolerances 3.1.11 Presentation Of Data and Information

(8)

(16)

Units of Competency 3 Perform Basic Benchwork

Module Title 3.1 Performing Basic Benchwork

Module Contents 4.1.1 Measuring tools functions and usage 4.1.2 Trade mathematics 4.1.3 Mensuration 4.1.4 Calculation 4.1.5 Conversion 4.1.6 Plan Specifications 4.1.7 Tools and equipment usage and specifications 4.1.8 Grinding, cutting, drilling, filing techniques 4.1.9 Basic welding principles and application 4.1.10 Applied occupational health and safety (OH & S) 5.1.1 Uses of tools and testing instruments 5.1.2 Calibration of testing instruments 5.1.3 Safe handling and proper care of tools and testing instruments 5.1.4 Basic electricity 5.1.5 Electrical safety and hazards 5.1.6 Testing procedures 5.1.7 Types of electrical fixtures 5.1.8 Testing procedures 5.1.9 Electrical safety and hazards 5.1.10 Applied occupational health & safety (OH & S) 6.1.1 Segregation of Tools and Equipment According To Classification 6.1.2 Personal Protective Equipment 6.1.3 Tools and Equipment Manuals 6.1.4 Preventive Maintenance of Tools and Equipment 6.1.5 Inspection and Reporting Procedures 6.1.6 Inspection, Testing, and Recording of Repairs/ Maintenance Actions 6.1.7 Inventory and Recording Procedures 6.1.8 Proper Storage of Tools and Equipment 6.1.9 Fill-Up Inventory Form 8.1.1 Proper Storage and Handling 8.1.2 S Implementation 8.1.3 Workplace Hazards 8.1.4 Proper Waste Disposal 8.1.5 Use of Materials and Specification 8.1.6 First Aid

No. of Hr s. 16

4 Perform Basic Electrical Works

4.1 Performing Basic Electrical Works

16

5 Maintain tools and equipment

5.1 Maintaining tools and equipment

(4)

6 Perform housekeeping and safety practices

6.1 Performing housekeeping and safety practices

Units of Competency

Module Title
8.1.7

Module Contents Occupational Health and Safety standards Use of Personal Protective Equipment Receive And Respond To Workplace Communication Shop/Company Policies Duties and Responsibilities, Fire prevention and control Accident Prevention and Emergency Treatment

No. of Hr s.

8.1.8 8.1.9 8.1.10 8.1.11 8.1.12

CORE 1. Install PACU/CRE Components 1.1 Installing PACU/CRE Components 1.1.1 Components tool, supplies and materials familiar and uses 1.1.2 Code of practices for HVAC 1.1.3 Dimension 1.1.4 Linear measurements 1.1.5 Unit conversion 1.1.6 Blue print reading 1.1.7 Basic refrigeration cycle 1.1.8 Mechanical components and accessories function and specification 1.1.9 Procession installing mechanical and electrical components PACU/CRE 1.1.10 Installation procedures for mechanical components of electrical PACU /CRE system 1.1.11 Electrical components and accessories function and specification 1.1.12 Safety practices 1.1.13 PACU / CRE tools, materials and functions 1.1.14 5 S 1.1.15 Pressure temperature chart reading 1.1.16 PACU ?CRE system equipment, tools function and uses 1.1.17 Leak testing method and devices 1.1.18 PACU /CRE system liquid and vapor charging procedures 1.1.19 Refrigerant identificator and cylinder color coding 1.1.20 Dehydrate / evacuate PACU / CRE procedures Instrumentation 2.1.1 Safety practices 2.1.2 Plans specifications 2.1.3 Mensuration 2.1.4 Proper use and care of tools /equipment 40hrs

2. Install PACU/CRE Piping Systems

2.1 Install PACU/CRE Piping Systems

Units of Competency

Module Title

Module Contents 2.1.5 Tube processing 2.1.6 Basic arc and gas welding 2.1.7 Basic bench work 2.1.8 Clean air act 2.1.9 Montreal protocol 2.1.10 Code of practice for HVAC technician 2.1.11 Good housekeeping 2.1.12 Plans and specifications 2.1.13 Linear measurement 2.1.14 Angular measurements 2.1.15 Signs and symbols 2.1.16 Safety and health regulations relevant to HVAC work 2.1.17 Basic gas welding 2.1.18 Brazing procedures 2.1.19 Plans and specification 2.1.20 Handling of tools, equipment and accessories 2.1.21 Safety and health regulations relevant to HVAC works 2.1.22 Rules on safety use of scaffolds and ladders 2.1.23 Tub processing 2.1.24 Setting up of work 2.1.25 Safety and health regulations relevant to HVAC works 2.1.26 Plans and specifications 2.1.27 Type of fittings 2.1.28 Tube processing 2.1.29 Brazing procedures 2.1.30 Piping procedures 2.1.31 Piping principles

No. of Hr s.

3. Install PACU/CRE Electrical Systems

3.1 Installing PACU/CRE Electrical Systems

3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 3.1.4 3.1.5

Safety Measures/Practices Work Plan Interpretation Mensuration Basic Electricity Handling of Tools, Equipment & Accessories 3.1.6 Safety & Health Regulations Relevant to HVAC Works/PPE 3.1.7 Mensuration 3.1.8 Interpreting Plans & Details 3.1.9 Drawing Mechanical & Electrical Diagrams 3.1.10 Types of Electrical Controls 3.1.11 Classification of Wires 3.1.12 Types of Cable Tray/Cable Trunk/PVC Pipe 3.1.13 Size of Wire & Cables 3.1.14 Fundamentals of Controls

40 hr s

Units of Competency

Module Title

Module Contents

No. of Hr s.

4. Service and Maintain PACU/CRE

5. Troubleshoot PACU/CRE

3.1.15 Basic Refrigeration Cycle 3.1.16 Wire Splicing Procedure 3.1.17 Power Circuit Installation 3.1.18 Insulation Test Procedure 3.1.19 Voltage Test Procedure 3.1.20 Basic Electricity 3.1.21 Fundamentals of Controls 3.1.22 Safe handling of Tools & Equipment 3.1.23 Electrical Safety 3.1.24 Insulation Test Procedure 4.1 Servicing and Uses and functions of tools MaintainingInterpret work plan instructions PACU/CRE Preventive and corrective maintenance Types of evaporator condenser and its function Refrigerant piping installation Procedures in leak testing Safety practices in RAC works Principles of RAC Preventive and corrective maintenance Pressure / temperature relationship Function with refrigeration accessories Types of leak detector Principles of RAC Effects of moisture Types of refrigerant Characteristics of refrigerant Principles of refrigeration Types of heat transfer Safety practices in RAC works Air distribution system components design Types / construction of blows Types of fans motor Principles of air distribution Humidity equipment components Types of air Filters Outdoor air supply system Safety practices in RAC services Preventive and corrective maintenance Preventive and corrective maintenance Transport RAC electrical system Principles of RAC OHMs law principles Basic electrical troubleshooting Safety practices in RAC works 5.1 Troubleshooting 5.1.1 Air conditioning and refrigeration PACU/CRE electrical , mechanical symbols and diagrams 5.1.2 Electrical and mechanical troubleshooting guide / charts. 5.1.3 Refrigeration tools, instruments, equipment materials uses and

8 hrs

40 hr s

Units of Competency

Module Title

Module Contents specifications. 5.1.4 Unit brand, data and specifications. 5.1.5 Electrical components and accessories functions and specifications. 5.1.6 Troubleshooting electrical system procedures. 5.1.7 Repair/replace procedures. 5.1.8 Testing and operation procedures 5.1.9 Testing electrical components and procedures. 5.1.10 Mechanical components and accessories, functions and specifications. 5.1.11 Troubleshooting mechanical system procedures. 5.1.12 Repair and replace procedures. 5.1.13 Test and operating procedures. 5.1.14 Good housekeeping and safety practices. 5.1.15 Fundamentals of air conditioning. 5.1.16 Operating pressure and temperature and relationship. 5.1.17 Troubleshooting mechanical system procedures. 5.1.18 Repair and replace procedures. 5.1.19 Test and operating procedures. 5.1.20 Good housekeeping and safety practices. 5.1.21 Fundamentals of air conditioning. 6.1.1 Importance of recovery/recycling 6.1.2 Prevention of ozone layer depletion 6.1.3 Prevention of ODS release 6.1.4 Prevention of global warming 6.1.5 Economic reasons 6.1.6 Effects of ODS emission 6.1.7 Montreal protocol 6.1.8 Data gathering 6.1.9 Parts and accessories of recovery /recycling equipment 6.1.10 Uses and functions of parts and accessories of recovery/recycling equipment 6.1.11 Operation of recovery/recycling equipment 6.1.12 Refrigerant identification 6.1.13 Type of refrigerant 6.1.14 Recovery/recycling procedures 6.1.15 Refrigerant cylinder calculation

No. of Hr s.

6. Recover and Recycle Refrigerant in PACU/CRE

6.1 Recovering and Recycling Refrigerant in PACU/CRE

Units of Competency

Module Title

Module Contents 6.1.16 Safety in handling refrigerants 6.1.17 Maintenance of recovery/ recycling equipment / instruments 7.1.1 Basic consideration for retrofitting 7.1.2 Principles of retrofitting 7.1.3 Advantage and Disadvantage of retrofitting 7.1.4 Type and characteristics of alternative refrigerants 7.1.5 Systems components selection and specification 7.1.6 Checking /Testing PACU /CRE components 7.1.7 Repairing /replacing defective components. 7.1.8 Components selection 7.1.9 Safety 7.1.10 Proper housekeeping 7.1.11 Alternatives refrigerant and lubricants, types, uses and selection 7.1.12 Retrofitting process 7.1.13 Safety precaution in retrofitting 7.1.14 System pressure and temperatures 7.1.15 Performance data of alternative refrigerant symptoms and troubles of retrofitting 7.1.16 Diagnosing retrofitted units. 7.1.17 Rectifying retrofitted units 7.1.18 Superheat measurement 7.1.19 Charts and tables of alternatives

No. of Hr s.

7. Repair/Retrofit PACU/CRE

7.1 Repairing / Retrofitting PACU/CRE

COMPETENCY ANALYSIS: This table reflects the number of modules develop in a particular unit of competency Units of Competency BASIC 1. Participate in Workplace Communication 2. Work in a Team Environment 3. Practice Career Professionalism 4. Practice Occupational Health and Safety Procedures COMMON Prepare Materials And Tools Perform Mensuration And Calculation Perform Basic Benchwork Perform Basic Electrical Works Maintain tools and equipment Perform housekeeping and safety practices CORE 6 1. Install PACU/CRE Components 2. Install PACU/CRE Piping Systems 3. Install PACU/CRE Electrical Systems 4. Service and Maintain PACU/CRE 5. Troubleshoot PACU/CRE 6. Recover and Recycle Refrigerant in PACU/CRE 7. Repair/Retrofit PACU/CRE
1.1 2.1 3.1 4.1 5.1 6.1 7.1 1.1 2.1 3.1 4.1 5.1 6.1 1.1 2.1 3.1 4.1

No. of Modules

Total

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 TOTAL 17

BASIC COMPETENCY

COMMUNICATIONS PARTICIPATE IN WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION PARTICIPATING IN WORKPLACE COMMUNICATIONS This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to obtain, interpret and convey information in response to workplace requirements.

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MODULE TITLE :

MODULE DESCRIPTOR :

NOMINAL DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PREREQUISITE

: : : NC II Receive and Respond to workplace Communication. (NCI)

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module the students/ trainees will be able to: LO 1. Obtain and convey workplace information LO 2. Complete relevant work related documents. LO 3. Participate in workplace meeting and discussion.

LO 1. OBTAIN AND CONVEY WORKPLACE INFORMATION. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Specific relevant information is accessed from appropriate sources. 2. Effective questioning and active listening and speaking are used to gather and convey information. 3. Appropriate medium is used to transfer information and ideas. 4. Appropriate non-verbal communication is used. 5. Appropriate lines of communication with superiors and colleagues are identified and followed. 6. Defined work procedures for the location and storage of information are used. 7. Personnel interaction is carried out clearly and concisely. CONTENTS: Parts of speech Sentence construction Effective communication CONDITIONS: The students/ trainees must be provided with the following: Writing materials (pen & paper) References (books) Manuals METHODOLOGIES: Group discussion Interaction Lecture Reportorial ASSESSMENT METHODS: Written test Practical performance test Interview

LO 2. COMPLETE RELEVANT WORK RELATED DOCUMENTS. ASSESSMENT CRTERIA: 1. Ranges of forms relating to conditions of employment are completed accurately and legibly. 2. Workplace data is recorded on standard workplace forms and documents. 3. Basic mathematical process is used for routine calculations. 4. Errors in recording information on forms. Documents are identified and rectified. 5. Reporting requirements to superior are completed according to enterprise guidelines. CONTENTS: Basic mathematics Technical writing Types of forms CONDITIONS: The students/trainees must be provided with the following: Paper Pencils / ball pen Reference books Manuals METHODOLOGIES: Group discussion Interaction Lecture ASSESSMENT METHODS: Written test Practical! Performance test Interview

LO 3. PARTICIPATE IN WORKPLACE MEETING AND DISCUSSION ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Team meetings are attended on time. 2. Own opinions are clearly expressed and those of others are listened to without interruption. 3. Meeting inputs are consistent with the meeting purpose and establish protocols. 4. Workplace interaction are conducted in a courteous manner appropriate to cultural background and authority in the enterprise procedures. 5. Questions about simple routine workplace procedures and matters concerning conditions of employment are asked and responded. 6. Meeting outcomes are interpreted and implemented. CONTENTS: Sentence construction Technical writing Recording information CONDITIONS: The students/trainees must be provided with the following: Paper Pencils/ball pen References (books) Manuals METHODOLOGIES: Group discussions Interaction Lecture ASSESSMENT METHODS: Written test Practical / performance test Interview

BASIC COMPETENCY

TEAM WORK WORK IN A TEAM ENVIRONMENT WORKING IN A TEAM ENVIRONMENT This module covers the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to relate in a work based environment.

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MODULE TITLE :

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : SUGGESTED DURATION : QUALIFICATION LEVEL : PREREQUISITE :

NCII TEAMWORK (NC I)

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module the students/ trainees will be able to: LO 1. Describe and identify team role and responsibility in a team. LO 2. Describe work as a team.

LO 1. DESCRIBE AND IDENTIFY TEAM ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY IN A TEAM ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Role and objective of the team is identified. Team parameters, relationships and responsibilities are identified. Individual role and responsibilities within team environment are identified. Roles and responsibilities of other team members are identified and recognized. Reporting relationships within team and external to team are identified.

CONTENTS: Team role. Relationship and responsibilities Role and responsibilities with team environment. Relationship within a team.

CONDITIONS: The students/ trainees must be provided with the following: SOP of workplace Job procedures Client / supplier instructions Quality standards Organizational or external personnel METHODOLOGIES: Group discussion/interaction Case studies Simulation ASSESSMENT METHODS: Written test Observation Simulation Role playing

LO 2. DESCRIBE WORK AS A TEAM MEMBER ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Appropriate forms of communication and interactions are undertaken. 2. Appropriate contributions to complement team activities and objectives were made. 3. Reporting using standard operating procedures followed. 4. Development of team work plans based from role team were contributed. CONTENTS: Communication process Team structure / team roles Group planning and decision making CONDITIONS: The students I trainees must be provided with the following: SOP of workplace Job procedures Organization or external personnel METHODOLOGIES: Group discussion/interaction Case studies Simulation ASSESSMENT METHODS: Observation of work activities Observation through simulation or role play Case studies and scenarios.

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MODULE TITLE :

PRACTICE CAREER PROFESSIONALISM PRACTICING CAREER PROFESSIONALISM This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes in promoting career growth and advancement, specifically; to integrate personal objectives with organizational goals set and meet work priorities and maintain professional growth and development.

MODULE DESCRIPTOR :

NOMINAL DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PREREQUISITE

: : : NC II

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module, the trainee/student must be able to: LO 1. Integrate personal objectives with organizational goals LO 2. Set and meet work priorities LO 3. Maintain professional growth and development

LO 1. INTEGRATE PERSONAL OBJECTIVES WITH ORGANIZATIONAL GOALS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Personal growth and work plans towards improving the qualifications set for professionalism are achieved. 2. Intra- and interpersonal relationship in the course of managing oneself based on performance evaluation is maintained. 3. Commitment to the organization and its goal is demonstrated in the performance of duties. 4. Practice of appropriate personal hygiene is observed. 5. Job targets within key result areas are attained. CONTENTS: Personal Development-Social Aspects: Intra and Interpersonal Development Organizational Goals Personal Hygiene and Practices Code of Ethics CONDITIONS: The students/ trainees must be provided with the following: Workplace Code of Ethics Organizational Goals Hand outs and PD-Social Aspects CDs, VHS tapes, transparencies METHODOLOGIES: Interactive -lecture Simulation Demonstration Self paced

ASSESSMENT METHOD: Role play Interview Written Exam

LO 2. SET AND MEET WORK PRIORITIES ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Competing demands to achieve personal, team and organizational goals and objectives are prioritized. 2. Resources are utilized efficiently and effectively to manage work priorities and commitments. 3. Practices and economic use and maintenance of equipment and facilities are followed as per established procedures. 4. Job targets within key result areas are attained. CONTENTS: Organizational KRAs Work Values and Ethical Standards Company policies on the use and maintenance of equipment CONDITIONS: The students/ trainees must be provided with the following Organizational KRA Work values and ethics Company policies and standards Sample job targets Learning Guides CDs, VHS tapes, transparencies METHODOLOGIES: Interactive lecture Group Discussion Structured Activity Demonstration

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Role play Interview Written Exam

LO 3. MAINTAIN PROFESSIONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Training and career opportunities relevant to the job requirements are identified and availed. 2. Licenses and/or certifications according to the requirements of the qualifications are acquired and maintained 3. Fundamental rights at work including gender sensitivity are manifested/observed 4. Training and career opportunities based on the requirements of industry are completed and updated. CONTENTS: Qualification Standards Gender and Development (GAD) Sensitivity Professionalism in the Workplace List of Professional Licenses

CONDITIONS: The students/ trainees must be provided with the following: Quality Standards GAD handouts CDs, VHS tapes on Professionalism in the Workplace Professional Licenses samples METHODOLOGIES: Interactive -lecture Film Viewing Role play/Simulation Group Discussion

ASSESSMENT METHOD: Demonstration Interview Written exam Portfolio assessment

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MODULE TITLE :

PRACTICE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROCEDURES PRACTICING OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROCEDURES This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to comply with the regulatory and organizational requirements for occupational health and safety such as identifying, evaluating and maintaining OH & S awareness.

MODULE DESCRIPTOR :

NOMINAL DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PREREQUISITE

: : : NCII

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module, the trainee/student must be able to: LO 1. LO 2. LO 3. LO 4. Identity hazards and risks Evaluate hazards and risks Control hazards and risks Maintain occupational health and safety awareness

LO 1. IDENTIFY HAZARDS AND RISKS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Workplace hazards and risks are identified and clearly explained. 2. Hazards/Risks and its corresponding indicators are identified in with the company procedures. 3. Contingency measures are recognized and established in accordance with organizational procedures. CONTENTS: Hazards and risks identification and control Organizational safety and health protocol Threshold limit value (TLV) OHS indicators

CONDITIONS: The students/ trainees must be provided with the following:


Workplace PPE Learning Guides Hand-outs Organizational Safety and Health Protocol OHS Indicators Threshold Limit Value Hazards/Risk Identification and Control CDs, VHS tapes, transparencies

METHODOLOGIES:

Interactive -lecture Simulation Symposium Group Dynamics

ASSESSMENT METHOD:

Situation Analysis Interview Practical Exam Written Exam

LO 2. EVALUATE HAZARDS AND RISKS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Terms of maximum tolerable limits are identified based on threshold limit values (TLV) 2. Effects of hazards are determined. 3. OHS issues and concerns are identified in accordance with workplace requirements and relevant workplace OHS legislation. CONTENTS:

TLV table Phil OHS Standards Effects of hazards in the workplace Ergonomics EGG Regulations

CONDITIONS: The students/trainees must be provided with the following


Hand outs on Phil. OHS Standards Effects of hazards in the workplace Ergonomics EGG regulations TLV Table CDs, VHS tapes, transparencies

METHODOLOGIES:

Interactive -lecture Situation Analysis Symposium Film viewing Group Dynamics

ASSESSMENT METHOD:

Interview Written Exam Simulation

LO 3. CONTROL HAZARDS AND RISKS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. OHS procedures for controlling hazards and risk are strictly followed. 2. Procedures in dealing with workplace accidents, fire and emergencies are followed in accordance with the organizations OHS policies. 3. Personal protective equipment is correctly used in accordance with organizations OHS procedures and practices. 4. Procedures in providing appropriate assistance in the event of workplace emergencies are identified in line with the established organizational protocol. CONTENTS: Safety Regulations Clean Air Act Electrical and Fire Safety Code Waste management Disaster Preparedness and Management Contingency Measures and Procedures CONDITIONS: The students/trainees must be provided with the following Hand outs on Safety Regulations Clean Air Act Electrical and Fire Safety Code Waste management Disaster Preparedness and Management Contingency Measures and Procedures OHS Personal Records PPE CDs, VHS tapes, transparencies METHODOLOGIES: Interactive -lecture Symposium Film Viewing Group Dynamics Self pace ASSESSMENT METHOD: Written Interview Case/Situation Analysis Simulation

LO 4. MAINTAIN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY AWARENESS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Procedures in emergency related drill are strictly followed in line with the established organization guidelines and procedures. 2. OHS personal records are filled up in accordance with workplace requirements. 3. PPE are maintained in line with organization guidelines and procedures. CONTENTS:

Operational health and safety procedure, practices and regulations Emergency-related drills and training

CONDITIONS: The students/trainees must be provided with the following Workplace PPE OHS personal records CDs, VHS tapes, transparencies Health record METHODOLOGIES:

Interactive -lecture Simulation Symposium Film Viewing Group Dynamics

ASSESSMENT METHOD:

Demonstration Interview Written Exam Portfolio Assessment

SECTOR

HVAC PREPARE MATERIALS AND TOOLS PREPARING MATERIALS AND TOOLS This unit covers the knowledge, skills, and attitudes in identifying, requesting and inspecting materials and tools. 8 hrs NC II

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MODULE TITLE :

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : NOMINAL DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PREREQUISITE : : :

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the module the trainees/students should be able to: LO 1. Identify materials and tools LO 2. Request materials and tools LO 3. Inspect and receive materials and tools

LO 1. IDENTIFY HVAC MATERIALS AND TOOLS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. 2. 3. 4. Job requirements is identified HVAC materials and tools are identified Quantity of each material to be use is determined as per instruction Correct quantity and quality of materials are determined as per job requirement

CONTENTS: Classification Of Construction Materials, Tools and Equipment Quantification / Estimates Of Tools And Materials Specification Of Construction Materials SOP In Requesting Tools And Materials Table Of Elements Comparing And Contrasting Of Objects Making Of Reports Storing / Stockpiling Of Materials

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: EQUIPMENT Audiovisual Equipment SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS Manufacturers Specification Manual Repair Manual Maintenance Procedure Manual Periodic Maintenance Manual METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film Viewing Group Discussion ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with Questioning

LO 2. REQUEST MATERIALS AND TOOLS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Construction materials needed are requested according to list prepared. 2. Requisition form / slip is accomplished accurately and properly. 3. Request is done as per company standard operating procedure. CONTENTS: Manuals Reading and Plan Specifications Reading and Comprehension of Interpreting Manuals. Written Communication Skills Signs and Symbols o electrical o mechanical

CONDITION: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: EQUIPMENT Computer SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS Manufacturers Specification Manual Repair Manual Maintenance Procedure Manual Periodic Maintenance Manual METHODOLOGY: Self- paced instruction Film Viewing Group Discussion ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with Questioning

LO 3. INSPECT AND RECEIVE MATERIALS AND TOOLS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Materials and tools as per quantity and specification are inspected. 2. Tools, accessories and materials are checked for damage according to enterprise. 3. Inspection form is accomplished according to standard operating procedures. 4. Inspected material sand tools are receive according to standard operating procedures. 5. Materials and tools are placed to appropriate location nearest to the workplace. CONTENTS: Reading and Comprehension Skills Required to Identify & Interpret Construction Manuals and Specifications Accessing information and data Work Schedule Steps of Work CONDITION: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: Supplies and Materials Manufacturers Specification Manual Repair Manual Maintenance Procedure Manual Periodic Maintenance Manual METHODOLOGY: Self- paced instruction Film Viewing Group Discussion ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with Questioning

SECTOR

HVAC PERFORM MENSURATION AND CALCULATIONS PERFORMING MENSURATION AND CALCULATIONS This units covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes in identifying and measuring objects based on the required performance standard. 16 hrs. NC II

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MODULE TITLE :

MODULE DESCRIPTOR :

NOMINAL DURATION CERTIFICATE LEVEL PREREQUISITE

: : :

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the module the trainees/students should be able to: LO 1. Select measuring instruments. LO 2. Carry out measurements and calculations.

LO 1. SELECT MEASURING INSTRUMENTS. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Object or component to be measured is identified, classified and interpreted to the appropriate regular geometric shape. 2. Measuring tools are selected/identified as per object to be measured or job requirements. 3. Correct specifications are obtained from relevant sources. 4. Appropriate measuring instruments are selected according to job requirements. 5. Alternative measuring tools are used without sacrificing cost and quality of work. CONTENTS: Linear Measurements Testing Measurements Four Fundamental Operations Dimensions Units of Conversion Ratio and Proportion Trigonometric Functions Algebraic Equations CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: Tools Supplies and Materials Micrometer Round Vernier Caliper Square Dial Gauge with Magnitude Rectangular Standard Triangle Straight Edge Sphere Thickness Gauge Conical Torque Gauge Small Hole Gauge Telescopic Gauge Try- square Protractor Combination Gauge Steel Rule Voltmeter Ammeter Mega Ohmmeter KWH Meter Gauges Thermometer METHODOLOGY: Self- paced Instruction Film Viewing Group Discussion ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with Questioning

LO 2. CARRY OUT MEASUREMENTS AND CALCULATIONS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Accurate measurements are obtained to job requirements. 2. Alternative measuring tools are used without sacrificing cost and quality work. 3. Calculation needed to complete work tasks are performed using the four basic process of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division including but not limited to trigonometric functions and algebraic computations. 4. Calculations involving fractions, percentages and mixed numbers are used to complete workplace tasks. 5. Numerical computation is self- checked and corrected for accuracy. 6. Instruments are read to the limit of accuracy of the tool. 7. Systems of measurement is identified and converted according to job requirements/ISO. 8. Work pieces are measured according to job requirements. CONTENTS: Linear Measurements Four Fundamental Operations Dimensions Units of Conversion Ratio and Proportion Trigonometric Functions Algebraic Equations CONDITION: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: Tools Supplies and Materials Micrometer Round Vernier Caliper Square Dial Gauge with Magnitude Rectangular Standard Triangle Straight Edge Sphere Thickness Gauge Conical Torque Gauge Small Hole Gauge Telescopic Gauge Try- square Protractor Combination Gauge Steel Rule Voltmeter Ammeter Mega Ohmmeter KWH Meter Gauges Thermometer METHODOLOGY: Self- paced Instruction Film Viewing Group Discussion E-Learning

ASSESSMENT METHOD: Actual Demonstration Direct Observation Written Test/Questioning

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HVAC PERFORM BASIC BENCHWORK PERFORMING BASIC BENCHWORK This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required in performing basic benchwork. 40 Hrs. NC II

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SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the module the trainees/students should be able to: LO 1. Prepare supplies, materials, tools, and equipment LO 2. Layout necessary dimensions LO 3. Perform grinding, cutting, filing and basic welding

LO 1. PREPARE SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENT ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Supplies, materials, tools, and equipment are identified according to job requirements 2. Supplies, materials, tools, and equipment are prepared according to job requirements 3. Supplies, materials, tools, and equipment are checked according to job requirements 4. Tools and equipment condition are checked CONTENT Communication skills Materials, tools and equipment uses and specifications CONDITIONS: Student / trainees must be provided with the following: Blueprint Catalogue List of tools and equipment Forms(request & bill of materials) METHODOLOGY Self pace instruction Film viewing Direct laboratory experience Group discussion Industry Immersion ASSESSMENT METHOD Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning

LO 2. LAYOUT NECESSARY DIMENSIONS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. A layout dimension is in accordance with job requirements. 2. Dimensions are layout within the required tolerance. 3. Dimensions are checked within the actual work plan. 4. Proper usage of measuring instrument is observed. CONTENT: Measuring tools functions and usage Communication skills Trade mathematics Mensuration Calculation Conversion Plan Specifications CONDITIONS: Student / trainees must be provided with the following: Measuring Tools Drawing Instruments Work Plan Markers Calculator METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film viewing Direct laboratory experience Group discussion Industry Immersion ASSESSMENT METHOD Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning

LO 3. PERFORM GRINDING, CUTTING, FILING, DRILLING AND BORING ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Work piece are cut according to required measurement. 2. Work piece are free from bores and sharp edge. 3. Welded joints are free from weld defects. 4. Appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is applied. 5. Safety work habits are observed. 6. Work site is cleaned and cleared of debris and left in safe state according to occupational health and safety (OH & S) CONTENTS: Tools and equipment usage and specifications Grinding, cutting, drilling, filing techniques Basic welding principles and application Applied occupational health and safety (OH & S)

CONDITIONS: Student / trainees must be provided with the following: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Tools and equipment Measuring instruments Work plan required supplies and materials Work site METHODOLOGY: Self -paced Instruction Film viewing Direct Laboratory Experience Group Discussion ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning

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HVAC PERFORM BASIC ELECTRICAL WORKS PERFORMING BASIC ELECTRICAL WORKS This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required in performing basic electrical works. 40 HRS. NC II

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SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the module the trainees/students should be able to: LO 1. Prepare tools, and testing instruments LO 2. Test power supply and electrical components LO 3. Perform basic repairs and installation

LO 1. PREPARE TOOLS, AND TESTING INSTRUMENT. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Electrical tools and test instrument are identified according to job requirements 2. Electrical tools, and test instruments are checked for conditions and lubricants 3. Identified defective tools and test instrument are replaced 4. Safe handling of tools and testing instruments observed. CONTENT Uses of tools and testing instruments Calibration of testing instruments Safe handling and proper care of tools and testing instruments Communication skills(oral and written) CONDITIONS: Student / trainees must be provided with the following: List of tools and testing instrument Work plan Course ware Laboratory / workshop METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film viewing Direct laboratory experience Group discussion Industry immersion ASSESSMENT METHOD Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning

LO 2. TEST POWER SUPPLY AND ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Required procedure in using testing instrument are applied 2. Power supply and electrical components are checked with the manufacturers specification 3. Identified defects of power supply and electrical components are recorded 4. Safe working habits are observed CONTENT: Functions and uses of testing instruments Basic electricity Electrical safety and hazards Testing procedures CONDITION: Student / trainees must be provided with the following: Tools and testing instruments Required electrical components Personal protective equipment Work site Trainer / workshop Course ware METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film viewing Group discussion ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning

LO 3. PERFORM BASIC REPAIRS AND INSTALLATION ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Electrical fixtures are fixed in line with standard operating procedures(SOP) 2. Defective electrical components are replaced with the same specifications 3. Testing of units after repair is performed. 4. Safe working habits are observed 5. Workplace is cleaned and cleared of debris and in a safe state of condition and in line with occupational health and safety(OH & S) regulations CONTENT: Types of electrical fixtures Testing procedures Electrical safety and hazards Applied occupational health & safety(OH & S) CONDITIONS: Student / trainees must be provided with the following: Workplace Required electrical fixtures and components Tools and testing instruments Trainer / mock ups Personal protective equipment(PPE) Trainer/ mock ups Course ware METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film viewing Direct laboratory experience Industry Immersion E-learning ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning

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HVAC MAINTAIN TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT MAINTAINING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT This module covers the knowledge, skills, attitudes and safety required in maintaining tools and equipment. 40 hrs NC II

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SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the module the trainees/students should be able to: LO 1. Check condition of tools and components. Hand tools Measuring tools HVAC/R equipment LO 2. Perform preventive maintenance.

LO 1. CHECK CONDITION OF TOOLS AND COMPONENTS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Tools and equipment are identified according to classification. 2. Non-functional tools and equipment are segregated and labeled. 3. Non- functional tools are stored prior for repair. 4. Safe handling of tools and equipment are applied. 5. Safe working habits are observed. CONTENTS: Proper usage of tools and equipment Testing procedures Communication skills Fundamentals of refrigeration and air conditioning (RAC) Parts and functions of HVAC/R equipment Applied occupational health and safety (OH & S) Housekeeping CONDITIONS Students/trainees must be provided with the following: Required tools and equipment Workplace Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Courseware Signage METHODOLOGY Self pace instruction Film viewing Direct laboratory experience Group discussion Industry immersion ASSESSMENT METHOD Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning

LO 2. PERORM BASIC PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Appropriate lubricants are identified according to types of equipment. 2. Tools and equipment are lubricated according to preventive maintenance schedule. 3. Measuring instruments are checked and validated. 4. Lubricated hand tools are properly stored. 5. Inventory of tools, instruments and equipment are conducted and recorded. 6. Defective hand tools, instruments, equipment and accessories are replaced according to manufacturers specification. 7. Proper housekeeping is applied. CONTENTS: Types of lubricants Housekeeping Inventory guidelines and procedures HVAC/R equipment, tools and instrument types and specifications Lubrication procedures HVAC/R equipment operating procedures CONDITION: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: Required types of lubricants Required HVAC/R equipment, tools and instruments Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Courseware Workplace Cleaning materials and solution Inventory forms Storage METHODOLOGY: Self- paced Instruction Film Viewing Direct Laboratory Experience Group Discussion Industry Immersion ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Test Observation with Questioning Demonstration with Questioning

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HVAC INSTALL PACU /CRE COMPONENTS INSTALLING PACU /CRE COMPONENTS This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes to safety install PACU / CRE components. 24 Hrs.
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LO 1. PREPARE FOR INSTALLATION OF PACU/CRE ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Prepared supplies, materials and components are in accordance with standard operating procedure and code of practices 2. Undertaken installation arrangements with approval plan 3. Demonstrated compliance with safety regulations applicable to worksite operations 4. Good housekeeping and safety practices are applied in line with job requirements. CONTENTS: Components tool, supplies and materials familiar and uses Code of practices for HVAC Dimension Linear measurements Unit conversion Blue print reading CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: EQUIPMENT Oxyacetylene outfit Portable electric grinder Portable electric drill set Aluminum ladder INSTRUMENT Multitester VOM TOOLS Hacksaw Ball pen hammer Pull push rule Meter stick Tri square Spirit level Tin snip METHODOLOGY: Self- paced Instruction Group Discussion Film Viewing E- Learning ASSESSMENT METHOD: Direct Observation/Demonstration Oral Interview/Questioning SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS Grinding disc Fastener washer LEARNING MATERIALS Learning Element on PACU/ CRE Catalogue Brochures Work plan List of tools, instruments PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Goggles Gloves Safety shoes Ear plug/muff

LO 2. INSTALL COMPONENTS OF PACU/ CRE SYSTEM ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Installed PACU /CRE/ACCU and its accessories are in conformity with the standard operating procedures 2. Installed PACU/CRE systems are in accordance with standard operating procedures 3. Selected types of electrical tools/instrument and wiring devices in accordance with specification and job requirement 4. Communicated interactively with others where applicable to ensure safe and effective work operation 5. Good housekeeping and safety practices are applied in line with job requirement CONTENTS: Basic refrigeration cycle Mechanical components and accessories function and specification Procession installing mechanical and electrical components PACU/CRE Installation procedures for mechanical components of electrical PACU /CRE system Electrical components and accessories function and specification Safety practices PACU / CRE tools, materials and functions 5S CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: EQUIPMENT Portable electric grinder Portable drill set Oxyacetylene Aluminum Ladder TOOLS Flaring tools Swaging tools Tube cutters Tube binders Reamer Hacksaw File Knife Center punch Tri square Tin snip Set of wrench Ball pen hammer Crimping tool Set of pliers Selastic gun Pull-push rule Spirit level Hex key wrench SUPPLIES / MATERIALS AHU /Condensing and Evaporating assembly Copper tube Filter Drier Adhesive Sealant gaskets Metal c-clamp Taxs and screw Plastic molding Fastener and washer Grinding disc Rugs Polyethylene tape PVC pipe PVC solvent Moldflex Circuit breaker/Conventional outlet LEARNING MATERIALS Learning Element on PACU/CRE Catalogue Brochure Workplan List of tools, instrument Safety practices handbook

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Working clothes Ear plug/muff Gloves Goggles Safety shoes METHODOLOGY: Self- paced Instruction Group Discussion Film Viewing E- Learning

ASSESSMENT METHOD: Direct Observation/Demonstration Oral Interview/Questioning

LO 3. TEST RUN PACU/CRE SYSTEM ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Completed installation of PACU /CRE according to manufacturers standard operating procedure and code of practice for RAC 2. Communicated interactively with others where applicable to ensure safe and effective work operations 3. Identified faults, problem and made necessary action to rectify in line with enterprise regulations CONTENTS: Pressure temperature chart reading PACU/CRE system equipment, tools function and uses Leak testing method and devices PACU /CRE system liquid and vapor charging procedures Refrigerant identifier and cylinder color coding Dehydrate/evacuate PACU/CRE procedures Instrumentation CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS Recovery machine Refrigerant Vacuum pump Rugs Leak detector TOOLS PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Set of wrenches Working clothes Pliers set Goggles Refrigerant tank Gloves Anemometer Safety Shoes Sling psychometer Ear plug Clamp ammeter-digital analog VOM INSTRUMENT Gauge manifold/system analyzer Weighing scale-digital Thermometer-digital/analog Refrigerant identifier Nitrogen regulator set METHODOLOGY: Self- paced instruction Group discussion E-learning Direct laboratory Experience Industry visit Industry Immersion Film viewing ASSESSMENT METHOD: Observation with questioning Demonstration with question Interview Written

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HVAC INSTALL PACU/CRE PIPING SYSTEMS INSTALLING PACU/CRE PIPING SYSTEMS This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes to properly install PACU/CRE piping systems 24 Hrs.
NC II

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SUMMARY of LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the module the trainees/students should be able to: LO 1. LO 2. LO 3. LO 4. LO 5. Prepare piping requirements Install bracket and support. Lay-out PACU / CRE piping Perform pipe joint Insulate refrigerant / chilled water piping

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PREPARE PIPING REQUIREMENTS. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Work instructions are read and interpreted to determine job requirements 2. Piping requirements are prepared consistent with job requirements and checked for damage 3. Pipe hangers and supports are fabricated in conformity with job design and specifications 4. Tools and equipment are selected in accordance with job requirements 5. Work is undertaken in line with safety requirements, including use of appropriate PPE

CONTENTS: Safety practices Plans specifications Mensuration Proper use and care of tools /equipment Tube processing Basic arc and gas welding Basic bench work Clean air act Montreal protocol Code of practice for HVAC technician Good housekeeping CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: EQUIPMENT Electric arc welding machine Portable grinder TOOLS Set of wrench Pull-push ruler Meter stick Hacksaw INSTRUMENT Multitester (VOM) PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Welding glass mask Hard hat/helmet Gloves Safety shoes Rug SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS Form report Rugs Tubes(copper, aluminum, steel relevant to required job) Welding rod Angular /flat bars Drill bits(masonry / steel) Marker/ pen/pentel Grinding disc(metal) Fluxes(borax, aluminum, silver) LEARNING MATERIALS Mensuration Safety practices Mechanical /electrical drawing Books Brochures/Service manual CDs Catalogue Work Plan

METHODOLOGY: Self- paced Instruction Group Discussion Film Viewing E- Learning Direct Laboratory Experience Industry Visit Industry Immersion

ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with Questioning Demonstration with Questioning

LO 2. INSTALL BRACKET AND SUPPORT ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Bracket and support are selected in accordance with job requirements 2. Brackets and support are securely installed according to plan. CONTENTS: Plans and specifications Linear measurement Angular measurements Signs and symbols Safety and health regulations relevant to HVAC work CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: EQUIPMENT Portable electric drill Portable grinder Signs and symbols Safety and health regulations relevant to HVAC work INSTRUMENTS Iron required TOOLS Push pull rule Meter sticks Hammer(claw /ballpen) Set of screw driver Set of wrench Spirit level /meter hose METHODOLOGY: Self- paced Instruction Group Discussion Film Viewing E- Learning Direct Laboratory Experience Industry Visit Industry Immersion ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with Questioning Demonstration with Questioning SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS Dyna bolt/expansion Drill bits; masonry, steel wood LEARNING MATERIALS Learning Element Safety practices Use of tools/equipment/instrument Installation manuals Mensuration PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Working clothes Hard hat/helmet Gloves Goggles Safety mask Gas mask

LO 3. LAY-OUT PACU /CRE PIPING ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Refrigerant / chilled water piping is laid-out in accordance with job requirements 2. Refrigerant /Chilled water piping is installed in line with manufacturers specification. CONTENTS: Basic gas welding Brazing procedures Plans and specification Handling of tools, equipment and accessories Safety and health regulations relevant to HVAC works Rules on safety use of scaffolds and ladders Tub processing Setting up of work CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: EQUIPMENT Aluminum ladder TOOLS Push pull rule Meter stick Spirit level / water rugs Set of open wrenches Bending tools Swaging tools Flaring tools Tube cutters Adjustable wrench METHODOLOGY: Self- paced Instruction Group Discussion Film Viewing E- Learning Direct Laboratory Experience Industry Visit Industry Immersion ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with Questioning Demonstration with Questioning SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS Marker / pentel pen Steel, copper, aluminum tubing Set of fittings

LO 4. PERFORM PIPE JOINTS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Tools and equipment required for pipe brazing are selected in line with job requirements 2. Brazing equipment is operated safety in line with manufacturers manual. 3. Pipe joint brazing is performed ensuring leakage and quality finish in accordance with manufacturing standards 4. Brazing is performed ensuring economical use of piping materials in accordance with enterprise standards CONTENTS: Safety and health regulations relevant to HVAC works Plans and specifications Type of fittings Tube processing Brazing procedures Piping procedures Piping principles CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS Oxy-acetylene welding outfit Marker / pentel pen Package type AC unit Steel, copper, aluminum tubing Commercial type refrigeration unit Set of fittings TOOLS: Push pull rule Meter stick Spirit level / water rugs Set of open wrenches Bending tools Swaging tools Flaring tools Tube cutters Adjustable wrench METHODOLOGY: Self- paced Instruction Group Discussion Film Viewing E- Learning Direct Laboratory Experience Industry Visit Industry Immersion ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with Questioning Demonstration with Questioning

LO 5. INSULATE REFRIGERANT / CHILLED WATER PIPING ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Correct insulating/sealing/adhesive materials are use in accordance with manufacturers specifications 2. Refrigerant piping is installed as per standard procedures 3. Joints are prepared and checked to ensure fit and air tightness in line with standard procedures CONTENTS: Safety and health regulations relevant to HVAC works Plans and specifications Type of insulating/sealing Proper insulation procedures Types and uses of adhesive materials Types and uses of sealing materials CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: EQUIPMENT Personal Protective Equipment Working clothes Hard hat Gloves Goggles Safety mask TOOLS Push pull rule Meter stick Cutter Plies METHODOLOGY: Self- paced Instruction Group Discussion Film Viewing E- Learning Direct Laboratory Experience Industry Visit Industry Immersion ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with Questioning Demonstration with Questioning SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS Adhesive Insulation materials Sealing materials Rags LEARNING MATERIALS Safety practices Use of tools/equipment/ instrument Installation manuals Mensuraion

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HVAC INSTALL ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FOR PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONING UNIT (PACU) / COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT (CRE) INSTALLING ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FOR PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONING UNIT (PACU) / COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT (CRE) This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes in installing PACU/CRE. It includes laying- out of electrical system, installing power supply wiring, controls & protective devices and test run electrical system. 24 hrs.
NC II

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Upon completion of the module the trainees/students should be able to: L.O.1. Lay- out electrical system. L.O.2. Install power supply wiring, controls & protective devices. L.O.3 Test run electrical system.

LO 1. LAY - OUT ELECTRICAL SYSTEM. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Work instructions are read & interpreted to determine job requirements. 2. Electrical materials are prepared and checked for defects consistent to job requirements. 3. Appropriate system PPE is selected in line with job requirements. 4. Electrical systems are laid- out in conformity with the designs, specifications or approved working plan/drawing. 5. Electrical systems are properly mounted /insulated /terminated as per operating procedures. 6. Wiring method is applied as per required RX in the PEC. 7. Work safety is observed according to enterprise regulations. CONTENTS: Safety Measures/Practices Work Plan Interpretation Mensuration Basic Electricity CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: Equipment Aluminum Ladder Tools Push Pull Rule Spirit Level/Water Hose Supplies and Materials Pen marker Paper Rags Report Form

Personal Protective Equipment Learning Materials Goggles Work Instructions Gloves Service Manual Helmet/Hard Hat LEs on Mensuration & Safety Safety Shoes Practices Working Clothes METHODOLOGY: Self- paced Instruction Group Discussion Film Viewing E- Learning

ASSESSMENT METHOD: Direct Observation/Demonstration Oral Interview/Questioning

LO 2. INSTALL POWER SUPPLY WIRING. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Power supply wiring is installed as per approved working plan/design/diagram. 2. Wiring is properly terminated, insulated & tested for short and grounded. 3. Controls & protective devices are selected as per approved design, specifications. 4. Controls & protective devices are properly mounted are subjected to sequence test and free from defects. 5. Appropriate process tools, instruments & equipment are selected and used to carry out task. 6. Worksite is cleaned & kept in safe state. CONTENTS: Handling of Tools, Equipment & Accessories Safety & Health Regulations Relevant to HVAC Works/PPE Mensuration Interpreting Plans & Details Drawing Mechanical & Electrical Diagrams Types of Electrical Controls Classification of Wires Types of Cable Tray/Cable Trunk/PVC Pipe Size of Wire & Cables Fundamentals of Controls Basic Refrigeration Cycle Wire Splicing Procedure Power Circuit Installation Insulation Test Procedure Voltage Test Procedure CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following:

Equipment Aluminum Ladder Masonry Drill V.O.M/Multi tester Megger (Tester) Personal Protective Equipment Goggles Gloves Helmet/Hard Hat Safety Shoes Working Clothes Tools Push Pull Rule Spirit Level/Water Hose Meter Stick Set of Screw Drivers Set of Pliers Crimping Tool Bending Tool Pipe Cutter (Hammer) Pipe Wrench ( Chisel) Hacksaw Multi Tester Wire Gauge Masonry Tools (Trowel & Spade)

Supplies and Materials Work Instruction/Wiring Plan Electrical Wires/Cables Circuit Breaker/Safety Switch/ Controls Terminal Clips/Plugs Electrical Tape Rags Masonry Supplies Wire Insulators Cable Tray Trunk PVC Pipe Conduit Clamps & Supports Learning Materials Learning Package : Safety & Health Regulations Relevant to HVAC Works LEs on: Work Instruction/Diagrams Work Instruction/Diagrams Installation Manuals Basic Electricity Installing Protective Devices & Wiring PEC Code Size of Wires & Cables Basic Masonry

METHODOLOGY: Self- paced Instruction Group Discussion Film Viewing E- Learning ASSESSMENT METHOD: Direct Observation/Demonstration Oral Interview/Questioning

LO 3. TEST RUN ELECTRICAL SYSTEM. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Electrical system is tested in line with manufacturers instruction/procedure. 2. Report on installation & testing of electrical system is prepared & submitted to appropriate personnel/supervisor. 3. Data is recorded based on the standard procedures.. CONTENTS: Basic Electricity Fundamentals of Controls Safe handling of Tools & Equipment Electrical Safety Insulation Test Procedure

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: Equipment V.O.M/Multi tester Megger (Tester) Set of Screw Drivers Supplies and Materials Pen/Paper Report Form

Learning Materials Learning Package : Safety & HEALTH REGULATIONS RELEVANT TO HVAC WORKS LEs on Using V.O.M. Using Clamp Tester Using Megger METHODOLOGY: Self- paced Instruction Group Discussion Film Viewing ASSESSMENT METHOD: Direct Observation/Demonstration Oral Interview/Questioning

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HVAC SERVICE AND MAINTAIN PACKAGE TYPE AIR CONDITIONING UNIT (PACU)/COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT (CRE) SERVICING AND MAINTAINING PACKAGE TYPE AIRCONDITIONING UNIT (PACU)/COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT (CRE) This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes in maintaining air-conditioning/ refrigeration components, lubrication, refrigerant, secondary heat transfer and distribution systems in PACU /CRE units. 40 Hrs.
NC II

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SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the module the trainees/students should be able to: LO 1. Check and adjust air-conditioning and refrigeration components, controls and operating condition. LO 2. Maintain lubrication system in PACU /CRE LO 3. Maintain refrigerant system in PACU /CRE LO 4. Maintain secondary heat transport equipment in PACU / CRE LO 5. Maintain air distribution system in PACU /CRE LO 6. Maintain electrical system

LO 1. CHECK AND ADJUST AIR-CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION COMPONENTS, CONTROLS AND OPERATING CONDITION ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Work instructions are read interpreted to determine job requirements. 2. Appropriate manufacturers manual is selected to guide maintenance procedure for PACU/CRE. 3. Tools and equipment are selected in accordance with job requirements 4. Personal Protective Equipment [PPE] is selected in line with job requirements. 5. Evaporator /condenser coil are cleared in accordance with manufacturers maintenance manual. 6. Refrigerant piping are checked for condition, leak, insulation, and tightness of support /brackets 7. Operating condition and electromechanical controls/ setting is in accordance with manufacturers operations /service manual. 8. Air-conditioning and refrigeration components are checked and adjusted as per manufacturers operation / service manual. 9. Correct maintenance procedures are applied according to standard operating procedures. CONTENT: Uses and functions of tools Interpret work plan instructions Preventive and corrective maintenance Types of evaporator condenser and its function Refrigerant piping installation Procedures in leak testing CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: Equipment Tools Water pressure washer Set of wrenches Audiovisual equipment Set of pliers Transport RAC unit Set of screw drivers Instrument Fin comb System analyzer Oiler Supplies and materials Thermometer Multitester Refrigerants Learning Materials Soap solution LEs on Transport RAC Markers LEs on Maintenance methods and Rags procedures Electrical tapes Audiovisual materials on maintenance Coil cleaner Maintenance schedule Manufacturers manual Personal Protective Equipment Goggles Gloves Working clothes Safety shoes Ear muff/plug

METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film viewing Direct laboratory experience Group discussion Industry visit Industry immersion E-learning ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning

LO 2. MAINTAIN LUBRICATION SYSTEM ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Lubrication system variables and components were checked and adjusted to meet operational specifications 2. Oil levels, properties and circulation balances were checked and adjusted to meet operational specifications 3. Oil leaks were detected and rectified to ensure operational efficiency 4. Recovered refrigerant in the tank must be labeled prior to recycling CONTENT: Safety practices in RAC works Principles of RAC Preventive and corrective maintenance CONDITION: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: 1. Equipment 4. Tools Audiovisual equipment Set of wrenches Oil pump Set of pliers Transport RAC unit Set of screw drivers 2. Instrument Set of allen wrenches System analyzer Oiler 3. Learning Materials 5. Supplies and materials LEs on Transport RAC Refrigeration oil LEs on Maintenance methods and Soap solution procedures Audiovisual materials on lubrication Markers system Manufacturers manual Rags Oil testing kits 6. Personal protective Equipment Goggles Gloves Working clothes Safety clothes Safety shoes Ear muff/plug METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film viewing Group discussion Industry immersion E-learning ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Direct observation

LO 3. MAINTAIN REFRIGERANT SYSTEM ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Pressure drops across strainer, filters, and filter drier are checked and recorded. 2. Refrigerant leaks are detected and rectified to secure operational efficiency 3. Refrigerant system variables and contaminated are checked and adjusted to meet the operational efficiency CONTENT: Pressure / temperature relationship Function with refrigeration accessories Types of leak detector Principles of RAC Effects of moisture

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: 1. Tools and Equipment Acetylene equipment Electronic leak detector 1 unit transport Aclide detector Refrigeration ratchet Adjustable wrench Gauge manifold 2. Personal Protective Equipment Goggles Gloves Working clothes Safety shoes Gas mask METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film viewing Direct laboratory experience Group discussion Industry visit Industry immersion E-learning ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning 3. Supplies and materials Refrigerants Strainer Filters Filter drier Soap sud Acetylene gas (contents) Oxygen tank 4. Learning Materials Learning element Service manual

LO 4. MAINTAIN SECONDARY HEAT TRANSFER ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Liquid properties are adjusted to meet specified standard 2. Follow-up action is arranged in accordance with workplace procedures CONTENT: Types of refrigerant Characteristics of refrigerant Principles of refrigeration Types of heat transfer Safety practices in RAC works CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: 1. Tools and Equipment Unit of refrigeration transport Testing instrument Digital thermometer Clamp ammeter 2. Personal Protective Equipment Goggles Gloves Gas mask Working clothes Safety shoes METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film viewing Group discussion Industry visit Industry immersion E-learning 3. Supplies and materials Wax Refrigerant 4. Learning Materials Learning element Service manual

ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning

LO 5. MAINTAIN AIR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM IN PACU /CRE ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Air distribution system components are checked and airflows are balanced 2. Outdoor air supply systems are checked and maintained to meet operational and regulatory requirements 3. Humidifier, equipment is checked, serviced, and sanitized to meet operational and regulatory requirements CONTENT: Air distribution system components design Types / construction of blows Types of fans motor Principles of air distribution Humidity equipment components Types of air Filters Outdoor air supply system Safety practices in RAC services Preventive and corrective maintenance CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: 1. Tools and Equipment Humidity equipment Outdoor air supply system Water pressure washer Acetylene equipment Audio visual equipment 2. Personal Protective Equipment Ear muff/plug Gloves Gas mask Working clothes Safety shoes 3. Supplies and materials Oil Rags Spare parts Electrical tapes 4. Learning Material Learning element Service manual 5. Tools Set of wrenches Set of pliers Set of screw Fin comb Oiler

METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film viewing Group discussion Industry visit Industry immersion E-learning

ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with questioning

Demonstration with questioning LO 6. MAINTAIN ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Electrical wiring are checked for ground, continuity, open in accordance with standard operating procedures 2. Electrical components, controls and devices are checked for operation and functions in accordance with standard operating procedures. 3. Wiring connections and panels are checked for firmness and tightness in accordance with standard operating procedures CONTENT: Preventive and corrective maintenance Transport RAC electrical system Principles of RAC OHMs law principles Basic electrical troubleshooting Safety practices in RAC works CONDITION: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: 1. Equipment 4. Tools Audio visual equipment Set of wrenches Transport RAC unit Set of pliers Soldering gun/iron Set of screw drivers 2. Instrument Set of alien wrenches 5. Supplies and materials Multi tester Megger tester Electrical tapes Clamp ammeter Clamp 3. Personal Protective Equipment Markers Ear muff/plug Rags Gloves Set of screws Gas mask Plastic cables Working clothes Terminal clips Safety shoes Soldering lead 6. Learning Material L.E. on Transport RAC Manufacturers manual L.E. on maintenance methods & procedures Audiovisual RAC electrical system METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film viewing Group discussion Industry visit Industry immersion E-learning ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written

Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning

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HVAC TROUBLESHOOT PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONING / COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION UNIT TROUBLESHOOTING PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONING/ COMMERCIAL UNIT This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes in planning, preparation of tools, instrument, equipment, materials and diagrams for troubleshooting Package air conditioning / Commercial Refrigeration unit. It also covers diagnosing, testing, repair and troubleshooting procedures. The module applies the standard work instruction and code of practice. 40 hrs. NC II

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SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module, the trainee/student should be able to: LO 1. Plan and prepare for troubleshooting a package air conditioning / commercial refrigeration LO 2. Troubleshoot electrical system LO 3. Troubleshoot mechanical system. LO 4. Test unit performance.

LO 1. PLAN AND PREPARE FOR TROUBLESHOOTING ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Electrical and mechanical symbol and diagrams are identified and interpreted. 2. Troubleshooting guides and charts are explained and analyzed. 3. Tools, instruments, equipment and materials are identified and selected in accordance with work instructions. CONTENT: Air conditioning and refrigeration electrical , mechanical symbols and diagrams Electrical and mechanical troubleshooting guide / charts. Refrigeration tools, instruments, equipment materials uses and specifications. Unit brand, data and specifications. CONDITION: Equipment R/ R Machine Nitrogen Equipment Oxy acetylene outfit Supplies and materials Refrigeration oil Refrigerant Electrical tape Instruments Multi - Tester Gauge manifold Leak detector Thermometer Learning Materials Les on PACU / CRE Catalogue Brochure Work plan List of tools, instruments METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film viewing Direct laboratory experience Group discussion Industry visit Industry immersion E-learning ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning Tools Flaring tools Swaging tools Tube cutters Tube benders Reamer Hacksaw File Knife Set of pliers Set of screw drivers Set of wrenches Personal protective equipment Goggles Gloves Ear plug/muff Working clothes Safety shoes

LO 2. TROUBLESHOOT AIR CONDITIONING / REFRIGERATION - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Electrical components and accessories are identified and familiarized its functions and specifications. 2. Electrical components are tested in accordance to work instructions. 3. Electrical system are repaired in accordance to work instructions. 4. Defective electrical parts and systems are repaired and replaced in accordance to work instruction. 5. Air conditioning / refrigeration are operated in accordance to work instructions. 6. Good housekeeping and safety practices are applied in line with job requirement. CONTENT: Electrical components and accessories functions and specifications. Troubleshooting electrical system procedures. Repair/replace procedures. Testing and operation procedures Testing electrical components and procedures. CONDITION: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: Instrument Tools Multi-Tester Pliers Set Clamp ammeter Screw Driver Set Learning Materials Wire Crimper LEs on PACU / CRE Soldering Iron Supplies and Materials Catalogue Brochure Fuse Work plan Automotive Wire List of tools & instruments Electrical Tape Soldering lead Personal Protective Equipment Goggles Gloves Working clothes Safety Shoes Gas Mask Working Clothes METHODOLOGY: Self- paced Instruction Film Viewing Direct Laboratory Experience Group Discussion Industry Immersion E- Learning ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning

LO 3. TROUBLESHOOT PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONING/REFRIGERATION MECHANICAL SYSTEM ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Refrigeration principles, cycle and components are explained. 2. Troubleshooting mechanical system procedures are in accordance to work instructions. 3. Differentiate mechanical components are repaired/replaced in accordance to work instructions. 4. Test and operate unit in accordance to work instructions. CONTENT: Mechanical components and accessories, functions and specifications. Troubleshooting mechanical system procedures. Repair and replace procedures. Test and operating procedures. Good housekeeping and safety practices. Fundamentals of air conditioning. CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: Equipment Tools Oxy acetylene plant Set of screw drivers Nitrogen Equipment Set of pliers Instrument Set of wrenches Leak Detector Fitting Crimper Gauge Manifold Hacksaw Weighing Scale Hammer Vacuum Meter Service Wrench Learning Materials Supplies and materials LEs on A/C Refrigerant Catalogue Refrigerant oil Brochure Aluminum Rod Work plan Refrigerant Hose References Nitrogen gas List of Tools, Instruments & Equipment Personal Protective Equipment Code of Practice Goggles Gloves Ear Plug/Muff Working clothes Safety shoes Working Clothes METHODOLOGY: Self- paced Instruction Film Viewing Direct Laboratory Experience ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning Group Discussion Industry Immersion

LO 4. TEST UNIT PERFORMANCE. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Air conditioning / refrigeration repair and replace are explained in accordance to unit design. 2. Unit operating procedures are performed in accordance to unit operating manual. 3. Testing procedures and temperature are performed in accordance to work instructions/procedures. 4. Worksheet forms are accomplished as per work instruction. 5. Good housekeeping and safety practices are applied in line with job requirement. CONTENT: Operating pressure and temperature and relationship. Troubleshooting mechanical system procedures. Repair and replace procedures. Test and operating procedures. Good housekeeping and safety practices. Fundamentals of air conditioning. CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: Instrument Thermometer Gauge Manifold Multi Tester Clamp Ammeter Anemometer Learning Materials LEs on PACU / CRE Catalogue Brochure Work plan Tools Set of screw drivers Set of pliers Set of wrenches Supplies and materials Refrigerant Refrigerant oil Dry Cell Worksheet form Personal Protective Equipment Goggles Gloves Ear Plug/Muff Working Clothes Gas Mask

METHODOLOGY: Self- paced Instruction Film Viewing Direct Laboratory Experience Group Discussion Industry Immersion ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with questioning

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Demonstration with questioning : HVAC RECOVER AND RECYCLE REFRIGERANT IN PACKAGE TYPE AIRCONDITIONING/ COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS RECOVERING AND RECYCLING REFRIGERANT IN PACKAGING AIRCONDITIONING AND COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes in the recovery and recycling of refrigerants in package type of airconditioning and commercial refrigeration systems the natural environment and ecological habitats protections awareness, important of recovery and recycling of refrigerants and good practices in servicing refrigeration and air-conditioning system for both package-type and commercial unit. This is includes evaluation of unit for recovery/recycling, setting-up of equipment, and perform recovery and recycling of refrigerant operations. 8 hrs. NC II Have completed module 1, 2 & 3 of Refrigeration Air Conditioning Service (PACU-Size) NC II

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SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module, the trainee/student should be able to: LO 1. Assess unit for recovery /recycling LO 2. Set up equipment for recovery /recycling LO 3. Perform refrigerant recovery/Recycling

LO 1. ASSESS UNIT FOR RECOVERY /RECYCLING ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Prevention of Ozone layer depletion CFC/ODS release are explained. 2. Montreal Protocol is explained 3. Effects of ODS emission are discussed. 4. Unit is assessed for recovery/recycling CONTENT: Importance of recovery/recycling Prevention of ozone layer depletion Prevention of ODS release Prevention of global warming Economic reasons Effects of ODS emission Montreal protocol Data gathering CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: Tools and Equipment Supplies & materials PACU- size unit Paper Thermometer Pencil Learning Materials Gauge ammeter Clamp ammeter Manuals Multi-tester Books Set of Wrenches Video tapes Audio-Visual Brochures Multi-media Leaflets/Flyers Personal Protective Equipment E-learning Goggles CDs Gloves Catalogue EAC plug/amp Workplan Working clothes List of tools and instruments Safety shoes Rags Dust Mask METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film viewing Direct laboratory experience Group discussion ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning Industry visit Industry immersion E-learning

LO 2. SET UP EQUIPMENT FOR RECOVERY/RECYCLING ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Parts and accessories of recovery/recycling equipment are identified 2. Uses and functions of parts and accessories of recovery /recycling equipment are explained 3. Recovery/recycling equipment and accessories are set up in accordance with manufacturers manual 4. Refrigerants to be recovered are identified 5. Recovered refrigerant in the tank must be labeled prior to recycling CONTENT: Parts and accessories of recovery /recycling equipment Uses and functions of parts and accessories of recovery/recycling equipment Operation of recovery/recycling equipment Refrigerant identification Type of refrigerant CONDITION: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: Tools & Equipment Supplies and Materials Audio-visual Refrigerant Multi-media Rags Personal Protective equipment PACU-size unit R/R machnie Goggles Gauge analyzer Gloves Refrigerant identifier EAC plug/amp Leak detector Working clothes Thermometer Safety shoes Weighing scale Dust mask Learning Materials Vacuum Pump Set of Wrench Manuals Books Video tapes Brochures Leaflets/Flyers CDs E-Learning Catalogue List of tools & instruments Workplan METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film viewing Direct laboratory experience Group discussion ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with questioning Industry visit Industry immersion E-learning

Demonstration with questioning

LO 3. PERFORM REFRIGERANT RECOVERY/RECYCLING ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Tools, materials and instruments for recovery /recycling equipment are prepared. 2. Operation of recovery/recycling equipment is explained according to manufacturers specifications. 3. Refrigerant recovery/recycling are performed according to manufacturers manual 4. Refrigerant in the system must be 100% recovered 5. Safety measures in recovery/recycling of refrigerants are applied. CONTENT: Recovery/recycling procedures Refrigerant cylinder calculation Safety in handling refrigerants Maintenance of recovery/recycling equipment /instruments CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: 1. Equipment and accessories Recovery /recycling Weighing scale PACU-size Unit Vacuum pump 2. Tools Spanner Ratchet/wrench Piercing valve 3. Personal Protective Equipment Gloves Apron Safety shoes Goggles Gas mask Ear plug/muff Working clothes Dust mask METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film viewing Direct laboratory experience Group discussion Industry visit Industry immersion E-learning ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning 4. Instruments System analyzer Leak detector Refrigerant identifier Thermometer 5. Learning Materials Learning element Service manual Manufacturers manual Brochures 6. Supplies and materials Refrigerants Soap solution Rags Basket

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HVAC REPAIR / RETROFIT PACU CRE UNIT REPAIRING / RETROFITTING PACU / CRE UNIT This module covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes in the repairing and retrofitting package air-conditioning unit (PACU) commercial refrigeration equipment (CRE) systems. This includes selection of alternative refrigerants, lubricants, components and accessories, and basic principles in repairing /retrofitting. 16 HRS. NC II

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SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the module the trainees/student should be able to LO 1. LO 2. LO 3. LO 4. Assess unit for repair / retrofit Repair / Replace defective components of PACU /CRE Perform refrigerant retrofitting process Test operating performance of retrofitted system

LO 1. ASSESS UNIT FOR REPAIR /RETROFIT ASSESSMENT CRITERIA 1. Advantages and disadvantages of retrofitting and explained 2. Retrofitting process are explained 3. Importance of retrofitting are explained 4. Unit is assessed for retrofitting CONTENT: Basic consideration for retrofitting Principles of retrofitting Advantage and Disadvantage of retrofitting Type and characteristics of alternative refrigerants Systems components selection and specification CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: 1. Learning Materials Books Brochures Learning Element Audio Visual Self-pace instruments E-learning 4.Supplies & materials Rags Lubricants 5. Personal Protective Equipment Goggles Gloves Surgical gas mask Working clothes Safety shoes 6. Tools Spanners/ wrenches Ratchet

2. Equipment PACU- size unit Recovery/Recycling machines Vacuum pump Refrigerant identifier 3. Instruments Manifold Gauge Thermometer Leak detector Weighing seal METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film viewing Direct laboratory experience Group discussion Industry visit Industry immersion E-learning ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning

LO 2. REPAIR / REPLACE DEFECTIVE COMPONENTS OF PACU / CRE ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Faults are checked ,inspected and identified 2. Defective parts are repaired /replaced in accordance with the specification. 3. Repaired /replaced components are tested and in accordance with manufacturers specification 4. Safe working practices in repairing /replacing defective components are observed. CONTENT: Checking /Testing PACU /CRE components Repairing /replacing defective components. Components selection Safety Proper housekeeping

CONDITION: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: 1. Learning Materials 4.Supplies & materials Books Refrigerant Brochures Lubricants Diagram Wire Self-pace instructions Silver rod with flux Catalogue Soldering lead with paste 2. Equipment Flare fittings Recovery/Recycling machines Copper tubings PACU - CRE unit PACU /CRE electrical /mechanical components Oxy-acetylene outfit 5. Personal Protective Equipment Refrigerant identifier 3. Instruments Gloves Multi-tester Goggles Capacitator -tester Safety shoes Clamp ammeter Surgical gas mask Electronic leak detector Working clothes 6.Tools Pliers Spanners/ wrenches Flaring tools Swaging tools Tube cutter Tube binder Reamer Screw drivers METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film viewing Direct laboratory experience Group discussion ASSESSMENT METHOD: Industry visit Industry immersion E-learning

Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning LO 3. PERFORM RETROFITTING PROCESS ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Alternatives refrigerants and lubricants are selected according to require standard operating procedures 2. System components and accessories are selected according to application 3. Retrofitting is performed in accordance with manufacturers recommendation 4. Safety measures in retrofitting was observed 5. Proper housekeeping is practiced CONTENT: Alternatives refrigerant and lubricants, types, uses and selection Retrofitting process Safety precaution in retrofitting Proper housekeeping CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: 1. Learning Materials 4. Supplies and Materials Book Alternatives refrigerant and lubricant Brochures Required components and accessories Learning element Silver rod/ flux Self-pace instrument Copper tubing E-learning Nitrogen Film viewing Masking tapes Catalogue Steel brush 2. Equipment Rag 5. Personal Protective Equipment PACU /CRE unit Weighing scale Gloves Vacuum pump Goggles Refractometer Surgical /Gas Mask 3. Instrument Safety shoes VOM multitester Working clothes 6. Tools Clamp on ammeter Thermometer Spanner/ Wrenches System Analyzer Ratchet Copper tubing Nitrogen Masking paper Steel fush Rags METHODOLOGY: Self pace instruction Film viewing Direct laboratory experience Group discussion ASSESSMENT METHOD: Industry visit Industry immersion E-learning

Interview Written Observation with questioning Demonstration with questioning

LO 4. TEST OPERATING PERFORMANCE OF RETROFITTED SYSTEM ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Operating pressures, current and temperature retrofitted system are monitored 2. Recorded data are analyzed and interpreted according to manufacturers recommended operating performance. 3. Necessary adjustments of controls and devices or pressures, current and temperature are applied in accordance with manufacturers recommended operating performance. 4. Repaired unit is tested and operated in accordance with manufacturers specifications CONTENT: System pressure and temperatures Performance data of alternative refrigerant symptoms and troubles of retrofitting Diagnosing retrofitted units. Rectifying retrofitted units Superheat measurement Charts and tables of alternatives CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: 1. Learning Materials Brochures Catalogue Charts 2. Equipment PACU /CRE unit 3. Instrument Clamp on ammeter Thermometer System Analyzer Anemometer METHODOLOGY: Practical /hands - on Self pace instruction Film viewing Demonstration Group discussion AV Presentation E-learning ASSESSMENT METHOD: Interview Direst observation Written Re-demonstration 4. Personal Protective Equipment Gloves Goggles Surgical /Gas Mask Safety shoes Apron 5. Tools Spanners /Wrenches