NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE - COURSE National Course Code:91035NSW Course qualification and name:Advanced Diploma of Electrical Technology Course Number:338Version:1 Course Outcomes: The aim of this course is to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for people intending to work as Para-professionals in the Electrotechnology industry. It is the generic or parent course of the streamed courses 0343 Advanced Diploma in Electronics Technology and 0366 Advanced Diploma in Computer Systems Technology. It covers the design, installation, commissioning, maintenance, fault finding and repair of various electrical, electronic and computer systems, equipment and controls. In this course students will gain an understanding of the various processes and principles inherent in their particular electrical/electronic field of study and will be equipped with skills to analyse and define problems and to suggest strategies for their solution. When combined with a suitable level of on-the-job experience, graduates of this course will be able to perform a range of duties at the Para-professional levels equating to AQF Advanced Diploma level with minimum supervision. The course aims to provide students with the Electrical Technology skills and knowledge to: · Apply initiative and judgement · Identify, analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources · Apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems · Take responsibility for their own performance, output, and safety in relation to specified quality standards · Communicate effectively with individuals, work teams and management · Identify individual employee's skills and match to production requirements · Take limited responsibility for the quantity and quality of the output of others · Identify and apply skill and knowledge areas to a wide variety of contexts with depth in some areas · Develop and promote individual and team participation · Identify production problems and implement suitable remedial action · Use computers in the contexts of production and business operations · Appreciate the importance of training and continued up-dating of skills and knowledge. The course is modular-based. Generally assessment of these modules will be performed at the module purpose level but in some cases it will be at the individual learning outcome level. Delivery of this course involves integration of theory, demonstration and student practice. Course Grading:This qualification is GRADED. When you finish this course you will receive a qualification which shows your level of achievement - PASS, CREDIT or DISTINCTION. The level of the qualification depends on your results in certain subjects. These subjects are marked * in the course structure. What you must do to complete the course:

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NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE - COURSE The course structure below shows what you must do to complete this course. units/modules are arranged in groups and sometimes also in subgroups.

The

You must complete each group as specified as well as following the course completion instructions. If a course contains optional groups there will be a statement at the top of the course indicating how many you must do. At the top of any group containing optional subgroups there will be a statement saying how many you must do.

The course consists of the following groups: Group Group Group Group Group Group Group

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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Core modules Communications modules Engineering Management modules Electrical/Electronic modules at Technician level Electronic/Electronic modules at Paraprofessional level All Trade modules Other Engineering modules at Technician and Para-professional level

Students must complete all the core modules plus elective modules to a total weight of 41, to be selected from groups 2 to 7.

Group 1 CORE MODULES All module/units must be completed * indicates that the module contributes to the grade of the award NSW Module/Unit 6032B 6032G 7759P 7759Q 7759R 7761AU 7761R 7763K 7766J 7793A 7793B 7793J 7793T 7794A 7794B 7794C 7794D 7794H 7794J 8271S

Module/Unit Name

Nominal Hours

* Industrial computer systems * Control programming style * Calculus Engineering maths A Engineering maths B * Communication fundamentals * Data communications * Electronic software tools * Electrical systems Electrical principles 1 Electrical principles 2 Workshop practices Occupational health and safety Amplifiers 1 Amplifiers 2 Digital electronics 1 Digital electronics 2 DC power supplies Electronic hand soldering technology Microprocessor fundamentals

Weight

36 36 36 36 36 36 36 18 36 54 54 36 18 36 36 36 36 36 36 54

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 3 3 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 3

Group 2 COMMUNICATIONS MODULES Module/units to a total weight/points of at least 2 must be completed NSW Module/Unit 8979H 8979J 8979K 8979L 8979P

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Module/Unit Name Negotiation skills Team building communication Client interaction Meetings Presenting reports

Nominal Hours

Weight

20 20 20 20 20

1 1 1 1 1

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Module/Unit Name

Nominal Hours

Writing in plain English Job seeking skills

Weight

20 20

1 1

Group 3 ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT MODULES Module/units to a total weight/points of at least 2 must be completed NSW Module/Unit 1742B 1742E 7759N 7760P

Module/Unit Name

Nominal Hours

Quality management Project management Introduction to environmental management Engineering management

Weight

36 36 54 36

2 2 3 2

Group 4 ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC MODULES AT TECHNICIAN LEVEL Module/units to a total weight/points of at least 8 must be completed * indicates that the module contributes to the grade of the award NSW Module/Unit 3602G 3624H 3624J 3671C 3671D 3700B 4237A 4237B 4237C 4237D 4237E 4237F 4237G 4237H 4237J 4237K 4237L 4237M 4237N 4237P 4237Q 4237R 4237S 4237T 4269F 4269J 4269Q 4287A 6032A 6032E 6032K 6032L 6032N 6032P 6839Y 7761A 7761AF 7761AH

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Module/Unit Name * Configuring and optimising a GUI Using a command line interface Using a graphical user interface * TCP/IP * LAN technologies * Introduction to photonics * Chrominance and luminance * VCR basic principles * Display devices * Scanning and deflection * Power supplies - TV and VCR * Basic television and VCR installation * Introduction to television * Television antenna systems * TV micro controllers * Television servicing practices * VCR advanced * VCR fault finding * MATV - small commercial antenna dist.sys * Computer monitors * Introduction to camcorders * Digital versatile disc(video) principles * New TV technologies * Television RF stages * Measurement techniques * Single user operating systems * Introduction to C * Liquid flow measurement * Control concepts * Operating systems 1 * Final control elements * Electrical control (C) programming * Fluid measurement systems * Industrial computer interfacing * Digital TV principles * Analogue electronics 1 * SCADA systems * Electronic switching

Nominal Hours

Weight

18 18 18 18 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 18 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 18 36 72 18 36 36 36 36 36 36 36

1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 4 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

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NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE - COURSE NSW Module/Unit 7761AJ 7761AV 7761C 7761D 7761E 7761G 7761J 7761L 7761M 7761N 7761P 7761T 7761V 7762AA 7762AB 7762AC 7762E 7762U 7763D 7763G 7764K 7764L 7764M 7764N 7764Y 7765J 7769AA 7769AB 7769Z 8271R 8273P 8273V 8273W 8273Z 8274Z 8275A 8275U 8275V 9184A 9193C 9193D 9196N

Module/Unit Name

Nominal Hours

* Industrial telemetry * Digital applications * Computer networks * Microcomputer systems * Operating system 2 (multiuser) * Hardcopy devices * Microprocessor system assembly lang prog * Electronic signals and systems * Power systems analysis * Printed circuit board design * Printed circuit board fabrication * PC systems support * Soft copy devices * Electrical distribution 1 * Fault calculations * Advanced DC machines * Bandwidth management fundamentals * Analogue electronics 2 * Modems * Network cables and connectors * Advanced PLC * Transducer applications * Transducers * Temperature measurement * Pressure measurement * Single chip microcontrollers * Temperature measurement techniques * Instrument field practice * Sensors for machinery and product monitori * Digital sub-systems 2 Distributive control systems (DCS) * Operational amplifier applications * Microprocessor programming 1 Variable speed drives * Microprocessor applications 1 * Advanced test equipment * Industrial control * Linear IC applications * Computer architecture fundamentals * Waveguides and devices * Digital TV transmission towers and equip * Advanced digital television principles

Weight

36 36 36 72 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 72 36 36 36 54 72 36 18 18 54 36 18 36 36 36 18 36 18 36 36 36 36 72 36 18 54 36 36 54 36 36

2 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 3 4 2 1 1 3 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 4 2 1 3 2 2 3 2 2

Group 5 ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC MODULES AT PARAPROFESSIONAL LEVEL Module/units to a total weight/points of at least 12 must be completed * indicates that the module contributes to the grade of the award NSW Module/Unit 3654F 3672J 3672N 3672W 4269AB 4269AD 4269AE 4269R

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Module/Unit Name * Monitor and admin system security * Router technologies * Internetworking techniques * Network design and planning project * Middleware operations * Internetworking operations * Internetworking fundamentals * Advanced power supplies

Nominal Hours

Weight

40 36 36 36 36 36 18 36

2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2

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NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE - COURSE NSW Module/Unit 4269S 4269T 4269W 4269X 4269Z 6032H 7761AW 7761B 7761S 7761W 7762AD 7762AE 7762AF 7762AG 7762AH 7762AM 7762V 7762W 7762X 7762Y 7762Z 7763A 7763B 7763C 7763E 7763F 7763J 7763N 7763S 7763T 7763X 7765K 7765M 7768T 7769A 7769AC 7769B 7769C 7769D 7769E 7769F 7769G 7769H 7769N 7769P 7769Q 7769T 7769U 7769V 7769W 7769Y

Module/Unit Name

Nominal Hours

* Circuit analysis 2 * Transmission lines 1 * Satellite communications * Digital radio * Microprocessor applications 1 * Control/electrical calculations 3 * Digital design 1 * PC systems interfacing * Analogue electronics 3 * Bandwidth management planning * Power transformers * Power system protection * Advanced AC machines * Power systems operation * Power systems fundamentals * Co-generation * Advanced computer test equipment * Analysis and design project * Computer graphics * Computer systems management * Computer systems architecture * Database and 4GL * Embedded systems * Interfacing applications using C * Multi-user operating systems * Network administration * System acquisition and evaluation * Internetworking planning * Network layer planning * Network layer operations * Data link planning * PLC systems applications * Control systems project * Air conditioning system design * Analogue electronics 4 * Circuit analysis 1 * Microprocessor applications 2 * Digital signal processing 1 * Digital signal processing 2 * Network layer fundamentals * Antenna systems * Communication measurements and techniques * Digital design 2 * Transmitters and receivers * RF amplifiers * RF principles * Transmission lines 2 * Advanced control using C * Digital control * Microcontroller project * Process data acquisition systems

Weight

18 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 18 36 36 72 36 36 36 36 72 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 18 36 36 36 36 54 72 36 36 54 36 36 36 18 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36

1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 3 4 2 2 3 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Group 6 ALL TRADE MODULES Module/units to a total weight/points of 12 may be completed * indicates that the module contributes to the grade of the award

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NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE - COURSE NSW Module/Unit 3670E 4204A 4204B 4204C 4204D 4269AH 4269AK 4269AL 4269AP 6029Q 6034S 6077ZA 7786AC 7786AD 7786AJ 7786AL 7786AM 7793AX 7793AZ 7793F 7793G 7793H 7793N 7793U 7793W 7793Y 7794F 8264A 8264D 8264E 8264U 8271D 8271E 8271L 8271T 8272F 8272J 8272K 8272L 8272M 8272Q 8272T 8272X 8273B 8273D 8273G 8273H 8273J 8273K 8273L 8273M 8273P 8273Q 8273R 8273Y 8274A 8274H 8274N (C) NSW TAFE Commission

Module/Unit Name Data communications principles Refrigeration fundamentals Refrigeration procedures Refrigerants Refrigeration system components Digital audio fundamentals PC testing and modification - basic Data communications fundamentals Multimedia computer systems Personal computer servicing 2 Cable and cabling (copper) Single and three phase transformers Fluid power Pneumatic component maintenance Pneumatic system maintenance 1 Hand tools Power tools Applied electricity 3 Applied electricity 5 Electrical heating Programmable controller - basics Programmable logic controllers 1 Circuit protection * DC machines * Single phase motors Lighting Feedback, filters and oscillators Communication and industrial relations Computing in engineering Quality concepts CAD A - tools Power control devices Regulated power supplies Synchronous machines Basic transducers Electrical drawing interpretation and conn High voltage installations Industrial electronics fault finding Filters and resonance Oscillators Control system principles and applications * Distribution systs.-meter'g and load cntrl Antennae installation and servicing Transformers Pressure Temperature Process control principles Process control system Concepts of instrumentation Density/level Water analysis Distributive control systems (DCS) Industrial processes Control valves Thyristor (power) converters DC motor control VCR basic principles and servicing Sound and acoustics

Nominal Hours

Weight

54 36 36 36 18 18 18 36 36 36 36 36 54 36 36 18 18 36 36 18 18 36 18 36 18 18 36 36 36 18 36 36 36 18 18 36 36 36 18 18 36 18 36 18 36 36 36 36 18 36 18 36 36 36 36 54 36 18

3 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 3 2 1 08-Sep-2008

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NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE - COURSE NSW Module/Unit 8274P 8274U 8275G 8275H 8275L

Module/Unit Name

Nominal Hours

Audio electronics consumer Loudspeakers and microphones Personal computer servicing 1 Computer peripherals Introduction to local area networks

Weight

36 36 36 36 36

2 2 2 2 2

Group 7 OTHER ENGINEERING MODULES AT TECHNICIAN/PARAPROFESSIONAL LVL

NSW Module/Unit 0343A 0343B 0343C 0343D 1741A 4269G 4291AA 4291K 6032C 6032D 7757H 7793BN 7794AK 7794R

Module/Unit Name Introduction to Biometrics Biometrics Techniques and Applications 1 Biometrics Techniques and Applications 2 Biometrics and Security Basic statistics Microprocessor fundamentals 2 Greenhouse reduction strategies Intro to renewable energy technologies Control/electrical calculations 1 Science CAD B - applications OHS - implementing and monitoring Anatomy, physiology and infection control Medical equipment principles

Nominal Hours

Weight

54 54 54 54 18 36 36 72 36 36 36 18 36 72

3 3 3 3 1 2 2 4 2 2 2 1 2 4

Group 998 TUTORIAL

NSW Module/Unit 4208C 8999B

Module/Unit Name Manuf. and eng. technical tutorial support Tutorial support (optional)

Nominal Hours 54 36

Group 999 ENRICHMENT You may choose modules/units from this group but they do not count towards course completion NSW Module/Unit 6077AB 7793AY 7798A 8979A 8979S 8979T 8979V 9186J

Module/Unit Name Applied Electricity (D.C. Circuits) Applied electricity 4 Work experience Presenting information Dealing with conflict Writing workplace documents Work team communication Introduction to application software

Nominal Hours 72 36 144 20 20 20 20 36

Requirements to receive the qualification: To receive the qualification, you must complete the following:

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NEW SOUTH WALES TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION COMMMISSION STUDENT ASSESSMENT GUIDE - COURSE Group 1: do all modules; Group 2: do modules to a weight of 2 points; Group 3: do modules to a weight of 2 points; Group 4: do modules to a weight of 8 points; Group 5: do modules to a weight of 12 points; Plus, also do further modules to a weight of 17 points, which can be selected from Groups 2 to 9, with a maximum of 12 points from Group 6. Note: Group 998 (Tutorial modules) and 999 (Enrichment modules) do not count towards completion of this qualification. Recognition: TAFE NSW recognises the skills and knowledge you have gained through previous studies, work and life experiences. We call this RECOGNITION. If you are given recognition for a subject/module it means you do not need to do it. In some cases recognition may allow you to complete your course faster. Recognition can take two forms: *

results transfer ---------------marks or grades from TAFE NSW subjects/modules studied previously can be transferred to the current subjects/modules. Can be used to calculate the level of qualification *

exemption --------no marks or grades.

Cannot be used to calculate the level of qualification

To get a graded qualification in this course you must have marks in at least 50% of the subjects/modules which are used to calculate the level of your qualification. These subjects/modules are marked with an *. If you have marks for less than 50% of these subjects/modules your qualification will be ungraded. IF YOU HAVE BEEN GRANTED A LARGE NUMBER OF EXEMPTIONS YOUR LEVEL OF QUALIFICATION MAY BE AFFECTED. If you want to claim recognition for any subject/module in your course you should obtain a copy of the Recognition Guide for that subject/module and discuss it with your teacher. More about Assessment For information about assessment in TAFE NSW please see "Every Student's Guide to Assessment in TAFE NSW" which is available on the TAFE NSW website at: http://www.tafensw.edu.au/courses/about/assessment_guide.htm.

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Sep 8, 2008 - Identify, analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources ... weight of 41, to be selected from groups 2 to 7. Group 1 CORE ..... Applied electricity 3. 7793AX. 2. 36 ... 2. 72. Intro to renewable energy technologies.

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