หน่วยสมรรถนะ

หน่วยสมรรถนะ

Perform basic hand skills, standard trade practices and fundamentals in aviation.

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รายละเอียดหน่วยสมรรถนะ


1. รหัสหน่วยสมรรถนะ AVT-FTN-3-016ZA

2. ชื่อหน่วยสมรรถนะ Perform basic hand skills, standard trade practices and fundamentals in aviation.

3. ทบทวนครั้งที่ - / -

4. สร้างใหม่ ปรับปรุง

5. สำหรับชื่ออาชีพและรหัสอาชีพ (Occupational Classification)

101 Aircraft Mechanics: Airplane



102 Aircraft Mechanics: Helicopter



103 Aircraft Mechanics: Avionics



6. คำอธิบายหน่วยสมรรถนะ (Description of Unit of Competency)


          This unit of competency is applicable to all maintenance training pathways Aeroskills. It requires the application of basic hand skills and standard business practices in the maintenance of aircraft and components. The jurisdiction applies to the selection and use of tools and manual and electric equipment associated with planned and unplanned on airplanes or activities related to the workshop in the aircraft maintenance environment involves:




          • laying out and fabricating simple items from common aircraft materials




          • assembling items using a representative range of common types of aircraft attachment hardware for which relevant fits and clearances, appropriate safety locking devices and fasteners, including lock wire, are correctly selected and applied




          • assembling/connecting a range of common aircraft connectors and plumbing, applying safety locking devices, where applicable




          • assembling/connecting aircraft control cables and applying safety locking devices, where applicable



          • the use of lubrication equipment and lubricants. Work may be performed individually or as part of a team and in accordance with industry standard procedures specified by manufacturers, regulatory authorities or the enterprise.


7. สำหรับระดับคุณวุฒิ
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

8. กลุ่มอาชีพ (Sector)

7232 Aircraft Mechanics


9. ชื่ออาชีพและรหัสอาชีพอื่นที่หน่วยสมรรถนะนี้สามารถใช้ได้ (ถ้ามี)
N/A

10. ข้อกำหนดหรือกฎระเบียบที่เกี่ยวข้อง (Licensing or Regulation Related) (ถ้ามี)

ICAO Doc 7192 / EASA Part 66


11. สมรรถนะย่อยและเกณฑ์การปฏิบัติงาน (Elements and Performance Criteria)
หน่วยสมรรถนะย่อย (EOC) เกณฑ์ในการปฏิบัติงาน (Performance Criteria) รหัส PC
101305.01 Select, use and store tools and/or equipment 101305.01.01Hand and/or power tools or equipment,including lubrication equipment and lubricants, are selected for appropriateapplication to the required task. 101305.01.01
101305.01 Select, use and store tools and/or equipment 101305.01.02Tools and/orequipment are used according to standard practices to ensure the correctoutcome is produced and are stored safely and securely in accordance withenterprise procedures. 101305.01.02
101305.02 Apply standard trade practices. 101305.02.01 Common types of aircraft attachment hardware, types ofsafety locking devices and fasteners are correctly selected and used. 101305.02.01
101305.02 Apply standard trade practices. 101305.02.02 Aircraft components,devices and hardware are lock wired in the correct manner, using theappropriate wire gauge, common types of aircraft connectors and plumbing areaccurately assembled or connected. 101305.02.02

12. ความรู้และทักษะก่อนหน้าที่จำเป็น (Pre-requisite Skill & Knowledge)

101302 Apply quality standards applicable to aviation maintenance processes



101304 Complete aviation maintenance industry documentation


13. ทักษะและความรู้ที่ต้องการ (Required Skills and Knowledge)

(ก) ความต้องการด้านทักษะ

See Appendix A

(ข) ความต้องการด้านความรู้

See Appendix A


14. หลักฐานที่ต้องการ (Evidence Guide)


(a) Performance Evidence




          Evidence required to demonstrate competency in this unit must be relevant to and satisfiesall of the requirements of the elements and performance criteria under the specified conditions of assessment, and must include:




          • the correct identification, inspection of, application, use and storage of general and purpose specific hand tools (i.e. spanners, screwdrivers, pliers, hammers, cutting devices, files, punches, drills and marking out tools) that may be found in an aircraft engineering




workshop or hangar




          • the correct identification, inspection of (including calibration), application, use and storage of precision measuring tools (i.e. micrometers, vernier instruments, feeler gauges, go/no-go gauges) that may be found in an aircraft engineering workshop or hangar.




          Reading instrument scales must be clearly demonstrated during application of instruments to ensure compliance with specifications




          • the correct identification, inspection of, application, operation and storage/servicing of portable and fixed power and machine tools (i.e. drills, presses, grinders, shears, pan breaks) that may be found in an aircraft engineering workshop or hangar




          • identification, inspection and use of lubrication equipment




          • determination of correct lubricants for specified applications




          • identification of common ferrous and non-ferrous aircraft materials




          • identification of common aircraft composite and non-metallic materials (other than wood)




          • identification of aircraft hardware by markings, part numbers, size, shape and material




          • the installation of aircraft hardware using standard practices/techniques to ensure safe security and includes:




          • minimum thread engagement




          • split pinning




          •lock wiring




          • application of locking compounds




          • locking tabs, spring washers




          • lock nuts




          • the installation of aircraft hardware using tightening, torqueing and tensioning techniques.




          Calculating setting, reading scales and setting up of torque wrench and/or tensioning devices must be clearly demonstrated before application of wrench or device




          • identification of various types of aircraft rigid and flexible plumbing and their connectors




          • identification of aircraft control cables and related cable system hardware




          • manufacture of simple items using basic hand skills.




(b) Knowledge Evidence




          Evidence required to demonstrate competency in this unit must be relevant to and satisfy all of the requirements of the elements and performance criteria and include knowledge of:




          • types of standard aircraft hardware and methods of identification, including bolts, nuts, washers, pins (cotter, tapered) and fasteners (rivets and camlocs)




          • materials from which hardware is manufactured and its applications, including plain, corrosion resistant and temperature/heat resistant




          • types of safety locking devices and their application




          • common ferrous and non-ferrous aircraft materials, heat treatment and testing




          • characteristics and properties of common composite and non-metallic materials other than wood




          • types of aircraft cable, turnbuckles, end fittings, tensiometers, and pulleys and cable system components, and aircraft flexible control systems




          • types and characteristics of lubricants




          • types and uses of lubrication equipment




          • fits and clearances




          • laying out of simple items for manufacture using basic hand skills




          • hand and power tool storage and maintenance requirements




          • tool calibration requirements




          • WHS requirements relevant to the use of hand and power tools.


15. ขอบเขต (Range Statement)


          This field allows for different work environments and conditions that may affect performance. Essential operating conditions that may be present (depending on the work situation, needs of the candidate, accessibility of the item, and local industry and regional contexts) are included.




The use of tools and equipment includes:           



          • The related manipulative skills required to perform aircraft maintenance in areas where access is extremely limited 


16. หน่วยสมรรถนะร่วม (ถ้ามี)
N/A

17. อุตสาหกรรมร่วม/กลุ่มอาชีพร่วม (ถ้ามี)
N/A

18. รายละเอียดกระบวนการและวิธีการประเมิน (Assessment Description and Procedure)


          • The assessment are composed of paper exams , interviews, and practical demonstrations, which the paper exam is the main testing. The selection of interviews and practical demonstrations are depending on the assessors’ judgment.




          • Competency should be assessed in the work environment, or by use of simulated activities, using tools and equipment specified by aircraft manuals as well as general purpose tools and test equipment found in most routine situations.




          • This unit must be linked in its assessment and application to those units that apply to actual maintenance of aircraft. It is essential that all WHS requirements are met and understood.




          • Evidence of knowledge about how tools and equipment are selected, used and maintained is essential. The ability to manipulate tools and equipment correctly in the performance of tasks is necessary to demonstrate transferability of hand skills across a variety of applications.




          • A person cannot be assessed as competent until it can be demonstrated to the satisfaction of the workplace assessor that the relevant elements and performance criteria of the unit of competency are being achieved under routine supervision on the following tasks:




          • laying out and fabricating simple items from common aircraft materials




          • assembling items using a representative range of common types of aircraft attachment hardware for which relevant fits and clearances, appropriate safety locking devices and fasteners, including lock wire, and applicable lubricants are correctly selected and applied




          • assembling/connecting a range of common aircraft connectors and plumbing, applying safety locking devices, where applicable




          • assembling/connecting aircraft control cables and applying safety locking devices, where applicable.




          • This shall be established via the records in the Log of Industrial Experience and Achievement or, where appropriate, an equivalent Industry Evidence Guide (for details refer to the Companion Volume Implementation Guide).




          • Assessors must satisfy the requirements of the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator.



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