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AURTTA121 DIAGNOSE COMPLEX SYSTEM FAULTS

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AURTTA 121 DI A G N O S E CO M P L E X SY S T E M FA U L T S

AUR40216 Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis

AUR – Automotive Retail, Service and Repair Training Package (Release 5.0)

 

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  Contents

 

 

Assessment Overview……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 5

Assessment Submission Instructions………………………………………………………………………………………….. 8

Assessment Plan……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 9

Assessment Cover Sheet – Assessment Task 1……………………………………………………………………………. 10

Assessment Task 1: Written questions………………………………………………………………………………………. 11

Assessment Evaluation Tool – Assessment Task 1………………………………………………………………………. 31

Assessment Cover Sheet – Assessment Task 2……………………………………………………………………………… 33

Assessment Task 2: Job Safety Analysis…………………………………………………………………………………….. 34

Assessor Feedback Sheet – Assessment Task 2…………………………………………………………………………… 39

Assessment Cover Sheet – Assessment Task 3……………………………………………………………………………. 40

Assessment Task 3: Practical Observations – Complex System Faults…………………………………………….. 41

Assessment Evaluation Tool– Assessment Task 3……………………………………………………………………….. 65

Assessment Cover Sheet – Assessment Task 4……………………………………………………………………………. 70

Assessment Task 4: Work Placement Logbook and Supervisor Report……………………………………………. 71

Assessor Feedback Sheet – Assessment Task 4…………………………………………………………………………… 72

Student Notes………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 73

 

  Assessment Overview

This Student Assessment Pack includes all your tasks for assessment of the following unit/s of competency:

 

  • AURTTA121 Diagnose Complex System Faults

 

This unit requires that you complete Four (4) assessment tasks to demonstrate competency in this unit.

 

 

Assessment TaskAbout this task
Assessment Task 1: Written questionsYou must correctly answer ALL the questions to show that you understand the knowledge required for this unit.
Assessment Task 2: Job Safety AnalysisThis task is designed to develop your skills in identifying Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) issues relating to:

·         Standard automotive workplace practices

·         Diagnosing complex system faults.

 

You will need to conduct/participate in a risk assessment using the Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Form provided.

Assessment Task 3: Practical Observations – Complex System FaultsYou will be observed by your Assessor while participating in practical observation activities designed to show that you are able to, demonstrate the required skills for diagnosing complex system faults.

 

There are three job cards in total, you will need to complete.

 

You are required to diagnose complex system faults on three different vehicles, machinery or vessels in which the work must involve one of the following complex faults, on a different vehicle, piece of machinery or vessel.

·         one fault in a complex system which integrates two or more automotive systems

·         one fault which incorporates three or more mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical or electronic sub-systems.

 

You are also required to develop a testing strategy to diagnose the cause of each complex faults in the work outlined above.

 

Your trainer/ assessor will observe you during all practical observations using the assessment evaluation tool.

Assessment Task 4: Work Placement Logbook and Supervisor’s ReportYou are to request a workplace supervisor to complete and sign the supervisor report in your work placement logbook. Submit both the completed logbook and the report to your assessor.

 

Visit www.training.gov.au for further information about the competency requirements of this unit.

 

Assessment Cover Sheet

At the beginning of each task in this Pack, you will find an Assessment Cover Sheet. Please fill it in for each task, making sure you sign the student declaration.

Your assessor will give you feedback about how well you went in each task and will write it on the Assessor Feedback Sheet at the end of each task.

 

How your assessments will be marked

When the assessor marks your assessment tasks, the outcome will be either Satisfactory or Not Satisfactory:

 

Satisfactory (S)Your responses to the assessment task have met the required unit assessment criteria.
 

 

Not Satisfactory (NS)

§  Your responses to the assessment task have not met the required assessment criteria. Additional learning or practice is required.

§  Your assessor will make arrangements to conduct a further assessment of this task once you have undertaken additional practice/learning.

 

You must achieve a ‘Satisfactory’ result for all assessment tasks to be deemed competent for this unit.

 

Assessment Appeals

You can make an appeal about an assessment decision by putting it in writing and sending it to us. Refer to your Student Handbook for more information about our appeals process.

 

Reasonable Adjustment

Reasonable adjustment is available to all students for assessments and must be requested in writing, using the Reasonable Adjustment form – this includes extensions which must be requested 1 week prior to the assessment task due date. Reasonable Adjustment forms are available from your trainer.

On receipt of your completed Reasonable Adjustment form, your trainer/assessor will consider your request and advise whether it is approved and what action will be taken.

 

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

RPL is a formal process that recognises skills developed through previous training, work or life experience, which match a unit of competency in a training course. If you believe you already have the skills covered in this unit of competency, discuss this with your trainer, who will provide you with instructions for applying for RPL.

 

National Recognition / Credit Transfer

Qualifications or statements of attainment issued by other Registered Training Organisations are recognised by the College. Where this unit of competency is equivalent to a unit of competency previously completed with another provider, credit transfer will be offered and the course length adjusted accordingly. It is the responsibility of the student to provide the relevant evidence of qualifications or statements of attainment issued by other Registered Training Organisations, which will be verified by the College prior to credit transfer being applied.

 

Support Services

Your trainer/assessor is able to clarify any aspect of an assessment task prior to it being administered. This may include clarifying: knowledge and skills covered during the training program; the meaning of written assessment questions; performance standards for practical assessments; and marking criteria.

Once the assessment process has commenced however, the assessor is not able to provide any intervention or guidance, unless it is to prevent an unsafe act from being performed.

Please ask for help when you need it, as your trainer/assessor may not be aware that you have not understood aspects of the training program, or are not feeling confident enough to engage in assessment activities.

 

Plagiarism

Plagiarism is using the words or ideas of others and presenting them as your own. Plagiarism is a type of intellectual theft. It can take many forms, from deliberate cheating to accidentally copying from a source without acknowledgement. In your assessments you must come up with your own ideas, however, at times you may need to make reference to work that has been conducted by others. Important points to be aware of:

  • Know what plagiarism is – refer to http://www.plagiarism.org/ for more information
  • Reference your work / acknowledge all of your sources

 

“All of the following are considered plagiarism:

  • turning in someone else’s work as your own
  • copying words or ideas from someone else without giving credit
  • failing to put a quotation in quotation marks
  • giving incorrect information about the source of a quotation
  • changing words but copying the sentence structure of a source without giving credit
  • copying so many words or ideas from a source that it makes up the majority of your work, whether you give credit or ..”

 

Where a student plagiarises, the student will need to resubmit their work and will be given a first and final warning for misconduct. If a student plagiarises a second time, their CoE may be cancelled immediately for serious misconduct.

 

iParadigms. 2014. What is Plagiarism?. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.plagiarism.org/plagiarism-101/what-is-plagiarism. [Accessed 17 April 2016].

 

  Assessment Submission Instructions

 

How to submit your assessments

When submitting an assessment task, please adhere to the following:

  • A completed Assessment Cover Sheet must be attached to the front of all work submitted for
  • Written assessment tasks must be submitted using the recommended format for written submissions (see below), or they may be hand Please ensure that your hand writing is clear and legible.
  • When answering questions associated with an assessment task, ensure that you use your own words (plagiarism will not be tolerated) and reference where appropriate, using the Harvard Referencing Guide https://www.citethicom/harvard-referencing, or the Harvard Generator http://www.harvardgenerator.com/
  • Ensure that your assessment task is submitted on or before the due date specified by your trainer/assessor.

When you have completed each assessment task you will need to submit it to your assessor. Further instructions about submission can be found at the beginning of each assessment task.

Make sure you photocopy your written activities before you submit them – your assessor will put the documents you submit into your student file. These will not be returned to you.

Once your submitted assessment task has been assessed, your assessor will provide you with feedback and the assessment outcome.

 

Format for written submissions

When you are using a word processing program, such as Microsoft Word, to prepare your written assessment task, please adhere to the following guidelines:

 

  1. Completed Assessment Cover Sheet

 

  1. Title of the task
    • Arial, Size 14 , Bold

 

  1. Headings
    • Arial, Size 12 , Bold

 

  1. Text
    • Arial, Size 11

 

  1. Table Content
    • Arial, Size 10

 

  1. Line Spacing
    • 5

 

  1. Length
    • The number of words are specified in the task description for each individual assessment method, where

 

  1. Presentations are to be created using presentation software, such as Microsoft Resources such as a data projector, whiteboard markers, speakers, pen pointers and presentation screens will be provided.

 

  Assessment Plan

The following outlines the requirements of your final assessment for this unit. You are required to complete all tasks to demonstrate competency in this unit.

Your assessor will provide you with the due dates for each assessment task. Write them in the table below.

 

Assessment RequirementsDue date
1. Written Questions
2. Job Safety Analysis
3. Practical Observations: Complex System Faults
4. Logbook and Supervisor’s Report

 

 

 

AGREEMENT BY THE STUDENT
Read through the assessments in this booklet before you complete and sign the agreement below. Make sure you sign this before you start any of your assessments.
Have you read and understood what is required of you in terms of assessment?¨  Yes¨ No
Do you understand the requirements of this assessment?¨  Yes¨ No
Do you agree to the way in which you are being assessed?¨  Yes¨ No
Do you have any special needs or considerations to be made for this assessment? If yes, what are they?¨  Yes¨ No
Do you understand your rights to appeal the decisions made in an assessment?¨  Yes¨ No
 

Student Name:

 

Student Signature:

 

Date

 

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AGREEMENT BY THE ASSESSOR
Has the student completed their formative activities/assessments satisfactorily?¨  Yes¨ No
Do you agree that this student is ready to undertake the summative assessment?¨  Yes¨ No

 

 

 

Assessor Name:

 

Assessor Signature:

 

Date:

 

  Assessment Cover Sheet – Assessment Task 1

 

Students:

  • Please complete this cover sheet clearly and
  • Make sure you have kept a copy of your

 

 

 

Student Name:

 

Student Id:

 

Date of submission:

Unit:

§   AURTTA121 Diagnose Complex System Faults

Assessment Task 1:

Written questions

 

 

STUDENT DECLARATION

 

I declare the following:

 

  • The purpose and outcomes of assessment have been explained
  • The re-assessment and appeals process have been explained to me
  • Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT) have been explained to me
  • DIC has informed me about Language Literacy Numeracy (LLN) assistance available to me
  • I understand that assessments can either be given to the trainer or emailed to them
  • That completed assessment tasks are my own work
  • None of this work has been completed by any other
  • I have not cheated or plagiarised the work or colluded with any other student/s.
  • I have correctly referenced all resources and reference texts throughout these assessment tasks
  • I understand that if I am found to be in breach of policy, disciplinary action may be taken against me
  • I have made a photocopy or have kept an electronic copy of my completed assessment tasks, which can be produced for the assessor when asked for
  • I understand that for resubmissions, a cost of $100 – per practical assessment and $50 – per theory assessment will be charged to

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please Note: The above must be completed in full before your assessment work is assessed.

 

  Assessment Task 1: Written questions                                                                                              
TASK SUMMARY:

§   This is an open book test – you can use the Internet, online portal, textbooks and other documents to help you with your answers, if required.

§   You must answer ALL questions correctly.

§   Write your answers in the space provided.

§   Email your completed document to your assessor for assessment

§   Your assessor will provide feedback on any incorrect answers and will allow you to resubmit

 

RESOURCES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THIS TASK

  • Access to textbooks and other learning materials
  • Access to workplace policies and procedures
  • Access to a computer, printer and the Internet (where applicable)

 

WHEN AND WHERE SHOULD THE TASK BE COMPLETED?

  • This assessment will be done in your own time as Refer to your study guide for reference.
  • Your assessor will provide you with the final due date for this

 

WHAT NEEDS TO BE SUBMITTED?

  • Your answers to these

 

INSTRUCTIONS

Answers the questions below:

 

Question 1a: Describe the importance of following WHS procedures when diagnosing complex faults.
Faults will be done mechanically by their nature, needing the complex diagnostic application processor to solve it. Regulatory, licensing, certification or legislative needs might apply for these kinds of faults.

It includes the fault existence confirmation, selecting the diagnostic tools as well as processors, applying the procedure of diagnostic, making repair recommendations and reporting the conclusions. Outside the normal scope of diagnosis of technicians and repair work are involved in complex faults (McRuer et al., 2014).

 

Question 1b. List five (5) important items of PPE you would need to consider wearing to avoid accidents/ injury

when diagnosing complex system faults. when diagnosing complex faults on vehicles?

Safety shoes

Safety helmets

Eye protection equipment

Hearing protection equipments

Suitable clothing

Question 2: Name three (3) workplace procedures you would need to have access when diagnosing complex

system faults and provide a brief explanation covering the key points for each one.

Testing equipment is gained and mad as per the manufacturer’s specifications as well as function and the procedure of the workplace.

Materials, tools, and equipments needed to support the process of diagnostic our selected, prepared and identified for utilization.

Risk that are related by the work or recognized and hazards or controlled as per the procedure of workplace and the needs of safety for workers.

 

Question 3: List the steps (at least 8) you would take to prepare for conducting work which involves diagnosing complex system faults in light vehicles In your answer you should cover what information will be required including where it is located and any inspections/ checks you will need to make on the resources you will use to conduct the

work.

Step 1- first verify and identify the concern or problem

Step 2- perform the quick basic test as well as visual inspection

Step 3- The diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) should be retrieve.

Step 4- the technical service bulletins (TSBs) should be checked.

Step 5- while performing the scan tool data then one should be keep an eye on that.

Step 6- narrow the issue to the system or to the cylinder.

Step 7- maintain the issues and concern and then resolute the cause of root.

Step 8- check the repair or maintain it and then check for some stored DTCs.

 

 

Question 4: Fill the table below:
Tool/ EquipmentWhen is the tool/ equipment used for including, safety precautions you would take?
Scan ToolScan tool gives vehicle data as well as trouble codes that are stored inside the computer network of vehicle. By assessing to all these codes and data than direct the technician to the concerned area department or what a malfunction or concern could be (Chen et al., 2015, March).
DMMThe digital multimeter is a testing tool which is utilised to evaluate more than two values of electric Like current, resistance and principally voltage. It is the standard technicians diagnostic tool in the electronic or electrical industries.
OscilloscopeIt is utilised to evaluate the electrical phenomena as well as test quickly, debug and verify their designs of circuit.
Test lightIt is the piece of electronic test equipment which is utilised to resolve the electricity presence in the equipment under test piece.
Vernier CaliperIt is a layout tool as well as the measuring tool which is utilised for evaluating the linear dimensions. It could also evaluate the outer dimension by The help of main jaw, Inner dimensions utilise the smaller depth and jaw utilising the stem.
MultimeterIt is a instrument of measuring which could evaluate various electrical properties. It could evaluate current, voltage and resistance in which situation this is also known as a volt-ohm-milliammeter.

 

Question 5: What is an Electronic Stability Program system (ESP)?
It is the computerized safely technology which is present in modern vehicles. This is designed to recover the stability of vehicle by reducing and detecting the loss of direction therefore Securing the tyres from skidding uncontrollably (Khedkar et al., 2015). This also works like the invisible safety net that controls and monitors the driving.
Question 6: List three (3) ways the PCM reduces torque to the drive wheels when the Traction Control System (TCS) system is in traction control mode?
 

Traction control is the chance which could be found on the Vehicles equipped by the anti-lock brake system which is also known as ABS. It is the add-on feature that recovers the traction when the vehicle is accelerating on a slick or wet surface. When traction control is required then it also applies the brakes on the wheel of drive that is losing the traction also. Some of the ways that how the BCM reduces the torque to drive the wheels-

By growing the exhaust gas recirculation flow.

By decreasing or cutting of the pulses of fuel injection to more than one cylinder.

By momentarily up shifting the transmission to a maximum gear.

 

Question 7: What is the principal function of the OBD-II system?
The system of OBD-II gives access to data from the ECU which is also known as the engine control unit and it offers the valuable information source if troubleshooting issues in the vehicle. The SAE J1979 standard demonstrates the concept for requesting the different diagnostic data as well as the standards parameters list which might be obtainable from the ECU.

 

Question 8: What is the purpose of an OBD-II monitor and give an example of what it can monitor?
 

OBD-II readiness monitors are easier but powerful self check usual. They give views to the self diagnostics of car. The readiness purpose monitors is to self-test the emission control system of car. On-board diagnostic (OBD) defines to the automotive electronic system that gives vehicles self-diagnosis as well as exposure abilities for maintenance and repair technicians. The OBD also provides technicians access to subsystem information for the performance monitoring as well as analyzing repair requirement.

 

 

Question 9: What is the difference between a closed loop and an open loop engine operation?
Open-Loop control system- the control system in that input or monitoring action does not depend on the output is known as the open-loop control system. It is also known as the non-feedback system. The construction of this system is very easy.

Closed-Loop control system- the control system in that the input or monitoring action depends on the output is known as the closed-loop control system. It is also known as the feedback system. The construction of this system is very complex.

 

Question 10: Briefly explain the OBD-II trip and OBD-II drive cycle?
According to the PCM to clearly implement all the monitors of readiness on the specific vehicle, an OBD II drive cycle requires to be driven to gain the enabliging situations for all control. The right drive cycle for the vehicle could depend hugely on the vehicle’s model, make, year and manufacture.

Trip is termed as the vehicle operation of driving style and duration therefore that all elements and systems are controlled at least once by the system of diagnostic expect catalyst evaporative or efficiency system controlling (Li, 2014).

 

Question 11: What is the function of the EVAP system monitor? You may like to provide a diagram to assist you with your answer.
The EVAP System control permits the PCM to check as well as test the fuel system integrity as well as their capability to draw fuel vapour into the engine for the combustion. The monitor portion is activated while canister purge operation Which happens in the vehicle operating conditions as well as normal engine.

 

Question 12: Write down (in the form of a flow chart) the steps involved. in carrying out the diagnosis of complex system faults including the steps you would take to solve the problem.
Choose and select the evidence.

Analyze the evidence that had been gathered.

Locate or place the fault or concern

Removal and determination of the cause for fault.

Rectification of the fault that had been come.

Then at last check and monitor the system (Denton, 2016).

 

 

Question 13: Complete the following statement about logical diagnosis using the following words?
Words: Available, Approach, Attention, Causes, Critical, Define, Diagnostic, Evident, Good, Happens, Information, Isolate, Knowledge, Obvious, Original, Pinpoint, Present, Problem, Repair, Symptoms, System, Test, Verify, Visual

 

When __diagnostic          aids are not available or prove to be ineffective, most            good       technicians conduct a good               visual      inspection and then take a logical __approach         to finding the cause of the problem. This relies on              critical                                                                    thinking skills as well as system                            knowledge         . Logical diagnosis follows these steps:

1         Gather _information                    about the problem. Find out when and where the problem

 

 happens                          and what exactly happens.

 

2         Verify that the __ problem            exists. Take the vehicle for a road__ test                   and try to duplicate the problem, if possible.

3         Thoroughly__ define                what the problem is and when it occurs. Pay strict attention                 to the conditions                     present                     when the problem happens. Also, pay attention to the entire vehicle; another problem may be __evident                                                                                                                 to you that was not evident to the customer.

4         Research all__ available             information to determine the possible_ cause                 of the problem. Try to match the exact problem with a_ symptoms      chart or think about what is happening and match a                                or some components to the problem.

5          Separate                 the problem by testing. Narrow down the probable causes of the problem by checking the      obvious        or easy-to-check items.

6         Continue testing to_ pinpoint               the cause of the problem. Once you know where the problem should be, test until you find it!

7         Locate and_ test            the problem, then_ verify                   the repair. Never assume that your

Work solved the _ visual                problem. Make sure the problem is history before returning it to the customer.

 

Question14:Complete thefollowingstatementabout diagnosisaidsusingthefollowing words?
Words:Aids,Based,Causes,Charts,Combination,Diagnostic,Focus,Manual,Offer,Problems,Process,p,Symptom,Questions

 

 

Inservice_Manual                                                    ,thereare_Diagnostic                                                      aidsgivenformanydifferentProblem                                                           . Theseareeither_Symptom                                                    basedorflowcharts.

Flow_Charts                                                  ordecisiontreesguideyouthroughastep-by-stepProcess                                                                         .Asyouanswer the_Question                                                                            givenateachstep,youaretoldwhatyournextStep                                                                                           shouldbe.Symptom- baseddiagnosticchartsFocus                                                    on adefinitionofthe problem andOffer                                                      alistofpossibleCases               of theproblem.

SometimesthediagnosticAids                                                                 area_Combination                                               ofthetwo,aflowchart_Based onclearly definedsymptoms.

Question15:Explainthefollowingterms, inrelation tothekeyfeaturesandlimitationsof a scantool?
LivedateLive data would be supported by several OBDII compliant scanning equipment. Data flowoffers real information on several of my car’scapabilities(Huber, et al., 2019).
FreezeframedataA freeze frame is a snapshot with information withinplain terminology. It’s a snapshot containing sensors ofconstituent measurements takenat theprecisetimethe electrically controlled unit recognised a problem.
SnapshotThis is including of snapping of various kinds of tools which help to take of scanning andclickingof pictureinsidetheorganization.
DTCDTCs, also known as automobiles faultnumbers, can be read with a scanner thatchargerplugs itinto a car’s port (Gupta, et al., 2020).

 

Question16:Completethefollowingstatementabout diagnostictroublecodesusingthefollowingwords?
Words: Body, Character, Chassis, Codes, Condition, Describe, DTCs, Fault, Five-character, Four, Indicate,Mandated,Manufacturers,Modes,More,Networkcommunications,Numbers,Powertrain,Second,Sensor,Set,Special,Specific,System,Tests,Various,Vehicle,Where

 

 

 

OBD-II_Code                                                      arestandardised,whichmeansthatmostDTC                                                                           meanthesamething regardlessoftheVehicle                                                          .However,vehicle andscan toolManufactures                                                                  can have additionalDTCsandaddMore                                                         datastreams,report_Mode     ,anddiagnosticTest                                   . DTCsaredesignedto_Indicate                                                                                                               thecircuitandthesystemwhereaFault                                                                                                hasbeen detected.

AnOBD-IIDTCisaFive-Character                                           codewithbothlettersandnumbers.Thisiscalledthealphanumeric

System                                           .

 

ThefirstCharacter                                            ofthecodeisa letter.Thisdefinesthesystemwherethecodewas

 

Set                                                  .

 

Currentlythereare_Four                                                              possiblefirstcharactercodes: P:_Powertrain

B:_Body C: ChassisU:Network

TheFirst                                                      characterisanumber.Thisdefinesthecodeasbeinga_Mandated                                                                              codeoraSpecial   manufacturer code. A “0” code means that the fault is defined or mandated byOBD-II.A“1”codemeansthecodeismanufacturerSpecific                                                                   .

Thethirdthroughfifthcharacters areNumber                                                   .Thesedescribethefault.ThethirdcharactertellsindicatesWhere                                                                                          thefaultoccurred.TheremainingtwocharactersDefine                                                                                            theexact_Condition                                                                    thatsetthecode.Thenumbersareorganisedsothatthe_Various                                                                                    codes

relatedtoaparticular_Sensorics                              orsystemaregroupedtogether.

 

Question17:Completethefollowingstatementabouttestingactuatorswithanoscilloscopeusingthefollowingwords?
Words:Action,Bad,Basically,Beginning,Circuits,Computer,Conditions,Devices,Downward,Energises,Evidence, Frequency, Measured, Modulated, Noise, Observe, Off, Oscilloscope, Pulse, Shape, Solenoids,Spikes,Test,Turning,Watching,Waveforms,Width

 

 

Mostcomputer-controlled_circuits              areground-controlledcircuits. ThePCMEnergises                                                                                        theactuatorbyprovidingthe ground.

OnanOscilloscope                                         trace,theon-timepulseisthe_Downward                                                           pulse.Onpositive-feedcircuits,where the_Computer                                               issupplyingthevoltagetoturnacircuiton,theon-timePulse                    istheupward pulse.

Onecompletecycle isMeasured                                             from one on-timepulsetothebeginning                                              of the next on-timepulse.

To_test                                                    anactuator,youneedtoknowwhatit_basically                                                             is.Mostactuatorsare Solenoids                                                        .Thecomputercontrolstheaction                                                 of the solenoid by controlling the pulsewidth                             ofthecontrolsignal.Youcanseethe_turning                                                                         onandoffthesolenoidby

watching                                            thecontrolsignal.Thevoltage_spikes                                                                     arecausedbythedischargeofthecoilin thesolenoid.Someactuatorsarecontrolledpulse-width_modulated                                     signals.Thesesignalsshowa changing pulsewidth.

These_devices                                                 arecontrolledbyvaryingthepulsewidth,signalfrequency                                                                  ,andvoltagelevels.

 

 

Bothwaveform                                           shouldbecheckedforamplitude,time,and_shape                                                                         .Youshouldalso

 

 

observe                                           changestothepulsewidthasoperating_condition                                                                 change.

 

A Bad                                                   waveformwill havenoise                                                  ,glitches,orroundedcorners.Youshouldbeableto

 

seeevidence                         thatthe actuatorimmediatelyturnsoff                                                            and on according to the commands of thecomputer.

 

Question18:Atechnicianissettingupanoscilloscopetomeasureasensor?Choosethecorrectanswerbelow,byplacingatick (√) alongside it.
 

 

A.    Theverticalvoltagescalemustbeadjustedinrelationto theexpectedvoltagesignal

 

B.    Thetriggerslopemust besettopositive ifthetracebeginswitharisingvoltage

 

C.    Noneoftheseanswersarecorrect

✔      D.Both Aand Barecorrect

Question19:Describewhatismeantbytheterm,‘waveformlibrary’.
Signals involving car detectors, power systems, including servo-systems are recorded withininmotorsport waveform library. This shows both sample waveforms and waveforms that identify aproblem;nonetheless, the example waveform isalways shown(Brito, et al., 2020).

 

Question20:Complete thefollowingstatement aboutcompressiontestingusingthefollowingwords?
Words: Accurate, All, Battery, Button, Comparison, Compression, Consistent, Cylinders, Four, Fuel,uges, Hole, Increase, Install, Observe, Reading, Recorded, Remote, Revolution, Screw-in, Spark, Starter,st,Warm,Wide-open

 

 

1         BeforeconductingaCompression                                       test,disable theignitionandtheFuel                                                                                                                                              injectionsystem.Mostmanufacturersrecommendthattheenginebe_Warm                                                                                                                       whentesting.

2         Propthethrottleplate intoaWide-open                                               positionto allowanunrestrictedamountofairtoenterthe_Cylinders        duringthetest.

3         RemoveAll                                                       oftheengine’sSpark                                                     plugs.

 

 

4         ConnectaRemote                                                starter buttontotheStarter                                                   system.

 

 

5         ManytypesofcompressionGauges                                                  areavailable.TheScrew-in                                                                                     typetendstobethemost_Accurate                                                                                         andeasiesttouse.

6         CarefullyInstall                                                 thegauge intothespark plugHole                                                        ofthefirstcylinder.

 

 

7         ConnectaBattery                                                 chargertothecartoallowtheenginetocrankatConsistent

 

 

andnormalspeedsneededforaccurateTest                                                              results.

 

8         DepresstheremotestarterButton    andobservethegauge’sReading                                                                                               after thefirstengine_Revolution                                  .

9         AllowtheenginetoturnthroughFour                                                             revolutions, andObserve                                                the readingafterthefourth.ThereadingshouldIncrease                             with eachrevolution.

10      Readingsobservedshouldbe_Recorded                                                       .Afterallcylindershavebeentested,a

 

Comparison                                   ofcylinderscanbe made.

 

Question21:Complete thefollowingstatement about oilpressuretesting usingthefollowing words?
Words:Adapters,Clearances,Contaminated,Faulty,Engine,Gauge,High-pressure,Hose,kPa,Low,Manufacturer’s, Much, Oil, Operating, Pressure, Problems, psi, Reading, Relief, Run, Running, Screen,Sensor,Test,Viscosity,

 

 

 

AnoilPressure                                                testerisagaugewitha_High-pressure                                                    hoseattachedtoit.Thescaleofthe

 

 

Gauge                                              typicallyreadsfrom0to100_psi                                                                          (0to690kPa                                                           ).

 

 

UsingthecorrectfittingsandAdapters                                                ,thehoseisconnected to anOil                                                             passageinthe

 

 

Engine                                             block.TheTest                                                      normallyincludesthefollowingsteps:

 

 

1         RemovetheoilpressureSensor                                                      andtightenthethreadedendofthegauge’sHose

 

 

intothatbore.

 

2          Run                                                   the engine until itreachesnormalOperating                                              temperature.

 

 

3         ObservethegaugeReadings                                               whiletheengineisRunning                                                   atabout1,000rpmandat2,500rpm(or thespecifiedenginespeed).

4         Comparethereadingsto theManufactures                                         specifications.

 

ExcessivebearingClearances                                          arenottheonlypossiblecausesforLow                                                              oil pressurereadings;othersareoilpump-relatedProblem                                     ,apluggedoilpickup_Screen                                                  ,weak orbrokenoilpressureReleased                                                                                                                            valve,lowoillevel,_Contaminated,                                            oil,orlowoilviscosity.

Higherthannormalreadingscanbecausedbytoomuch                                                                 oil,coldoil, highoil

 

Viscosity                                        ,restrictedoilpassages, andaFaulty                                                       pressureregulator.

 

Question22:Completethefollowingstatementaboutcylinderleakagetesting usingthe followingwords?
Words:Adaptor,Applies,Air,Crankshaft,Compressed,Compression,Escaping,Filler,Gauge,Leakage,asure,Operating,Pressure, Radiator,Source,Spark,TDC,Test,Through

 

 

 

IfacompressionTest                                                        showsthatanyofthecylindersareleaking,acylinderLeakage                                                      testcanbeperformedto_Measure                                                                                                                                                              thepercentageofCompression                               lostandtohelplocatethe

Source                                             ofleakage.Acylinder leakagetesterApplies                                                      compressedairtoacylinder

 

 

Through                                         thesparkplughole.Thetestnormallyincludesthefollowingsteps:

 

1         Makesurethe engine isatOperating                                                condition.

 

2         RemovetheRadiator                                               cap, oilFilter                                                  cap, dipsticktube,Air                                                   filtercover,andall_Spark                                                                                                   plugs.

3         RotatetheCrankshaft                                          with aremotestarterbuttonsothatthe pistonofthe testedcylinderisatTDC       on its compression stroke. This ensures that the valves of that cylinder areclosed.

4         Insertthe threadedadapter                                                 ontheendofthetester’s airpressure                                                      hoseintothesparkplughole.

5         AllowtheCompressed                                        airtoenterthecylinder.

 

6         ObservetheGauge                                                   reading.

 

7         Listenandfeeltoidentifythesourceof anyEscaping                                                       air.

Question23:Whatisthedifferencebetween“cause”and“effect”asfarasaproblemisconcerned?
 

Every person, item, situation, and occurrence might be the reason underlying anything, whereasan influence isreally the consequence of both the person’sattitude or perhaps the end of a string of events that have occurred. 3. This reason should clarify why the impact occurred in acertainway (Huber, et al., 2019).

 

Question24:Completethefollowingstatementaboutdocumentingyou’rediagnosticfindingonthejobcardusingthefollowingwords?
Words:Clear,Defective,Diagnostic,Documentation,Equipment,Found,Job,Multimeter,Operations,oblem,Sensor,Technician,Trouble,Write

 

 

Theservice_Technician                                              mustdocumentthe_Job                                                                card.Thismeansthattheservicetechnicianmustwrite                                                                                                  (or type) what all was done to the vehicle including documentingDefective                    componentsorconditionsthat wereFound                                                                     in thecourseofthe

Equipment                                   .

 

TheDocumentation                                isoftencalled“tellingthestory”andshouldincludethefollowing:

 

·         The testDiagnostic                                         usedtodiagnosetheProblem                                                .Forexample:Useda scantooltoretrieveP2102ThrottleActuatorControlMotorCircuitLow diagnosticTrouble                                   code.

·         UsedadigitalMultimeter                                              todetermineaThrottleActuatorControlMotorSensor

 

wasdefective.

 

·         ListwhatpartsorserviceOperation                                                                                                                                            wereperformed.Forexample:ReplacedtheThrottleActuatorControlMotor.UsedascantooltoClear                                                                                                                                                          thediagnostictroublecodes andverify

thatthesystem operatedcorrectly.

Question25:Whyisitveryimportanttokeeparecordofeachcustomer’srequestandsubsequentlytheworkconducted? Wherewouldyourecordallrelevantinformation?
We can effectively know your customers if you really have complete and thorough clientinformation.Onemightlookatindividualpersonalfinancestodetermineifthereareanypatterns. You might find that info useful in making company’s future choices as productpromotion.

This will be recorded inside the notebook which contain the custome rrequest problem and alsoin this various kind of problems and how they will be solved and doesn’t including futureproblemand not this kindofproblem isgenerated insidetheorganization (Brito, et al., 2020).

 

Question26:Brieflyexplainthecustomerquestioningtechniquesandmethodsyouwouldconsiderusingforgatheringkeyinformationtoobtainafulloverviewofthecustomer’scomplexsystemfault(s)?Providetwo(2)

examplesofgeneralquestionsyouwouldask.

Again every various consumer inquiry tactics and procedures you are considering utilising togaina completepicture of thepatient’s complex seriesmalfunction.

The8mostimportantquestioningstrategiestomasterClosed-endedinquiries

Topics that are still open.Inquisitivequestions

Words that lead to more questions.Thereare a lotof them.

Question in the form of a funnel.Questions to remember and analyzeStatementsthatarerhetoricalinnature(Gupta, et al., 2020).

 

 

 

Unit Code & Unit NameAURTTA121 Diagnose complex system faults
Assessment TypeWritten Questions
Assessment NameAT 1
Student’s name & ID
Assessment date/s
Is Student able to demonstrate the following: Performance Criteria[2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 3.1, 3.2, 3.4, 4.1]YesNo
(2.4) Tests are identified and selected from range of available options, and testing sequence isestablished
(2.5) Testing equipment is obtained and prepared according to manufacturer specifications andworkplace procedures
(2.6) Tools, equipment and materials required to support the diagnostic process are identified,selected and prepared for use
(2.7) Hazards associated with the work are identified and risks are managed according to workplaceprocedures and safety requirements
(3.1) Tests are applied systematically and efficiently to gather precise data on system operation according to manufacturer specifications, workplace procedures, and safety and environmentalrequirements
(3.2) Test results are compared with manufacturer specifications and conclusions are drawn and documented according to workplace procedures, including recommendations for necessaryrepairs
(3.4) Conclusions are provided to appropriate personnel or customer to confirm further action to betaken
(4.1) Vehicle or machinery is presented ready to be repaired or returned to the customer
Is Student able to demonstrate the following: Knowledge Evidence [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7]YesNo
(1)      Work health and safety (WHS) and occupational health and safety (OHS) requirements relatingto diagnosing complex system faults in vehicles, vessels or machinery, including working safelywith the systems being tested, including procedures for:

·         selecting and using personal protective equipment (PPE)

·         using tools and equipment

(2)      Types, application and operation of complex systems, including:

·         systems that integrates two or more automotive systems

·         systems that incorporate three or more mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical orelectronic sub-systems

(3) Diagnostic procedures for complex systems, including stages within the diagnostic procedure

 

(4) Methods of gathering information on complex system faults, including customer questioning techniques
(5) Types and applications of diagnostic flow charts
(6)      Types, applications, limitations and operation of diagnostic tools, including:

·         multimeters

·         scan tools, including:

Ø diagnosis trouble codes (DTC) and the conditions that caused the code to be set

Ø live data

Ø snap shots

·         oscilloscopes

·         mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic test equipment

(7) Methods of differentiating between fault symptoms and fault cause

 

Comments/feedback to Student

 

Outcome:Satisfactory               Unsatisfactory
Assessor: I declare that I have conducted a fair, valid, reliable and flexible assessment with this student, and I have providedappropriate feedback. I also declare that I have undertaken the indicated assessment integrity checks

Google check for plagiarism                  Yes No

Check for Copying/Collusion                 Yes No Check for Authenticity (own work)          Yes No Cheating or use of model answers          Yes No

Assessor name:
Assessor signature:

 

  Assessment Cover Sheet – Assessment Task 2

 

Students:

  • Please complete this cover sheet clearly and
  • Make sure you have kept a copy of your

 

 

 

Student Name:

 

Student Id:

 

Date of submission:

Unit:

§   AURTTA121 Diagnose Complex System Faults

Assessment Task 2:

Job Safety Analysis

 

 

STUDENT DECLARATION

 

I declare the following:

 

  • The purpose and outcomes of assessment have been explained
  • The re-assessment and appeals process have been explained to me
  • Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT) have been explained to me
  • DIC has informed me about Language Literacy Numeracy (LLN) assistance available to me
  • I understand that assessments can either be given to the trainer or emailed to them
  • That completed assessment tasks are my own work
  • None of this work has been completed by any other
  • I have not cheated or plagiarised the work or colluded with any other student/s.
  • I have correctly referenced all resources and reference texts throughout these assessment tasks
  • I understand that if I am found to be in breach of policy, disciplinary action may be taken against me
  • I have made a photocopy or have kept an electronic copy of my completed assessment tasks, which can be produced for the assessor when asked for
  • I understand that for resubmissions, a cost of $100 – per practical assessment and $50 – per theory assessment will be charged to

 

 

 

 

 

Please Note: The above must be completed in full before your assessment work is assessed.

 

  Assessment Task 2: Job Safety Analysis

 

TASK SUMMARY:

This task is designed to develop your skills in identifying WH&S hazards/risks relating to the diagnosis of complex system faults.

 

A Job Safety Analysis (JSA) is a procedure which helps integrate accepted workplace health and safety principles and practices into a particular task or job to eliminate or reduce the risks or hazards to as low as is reasonably practical.

 

Conducting a JSA will allow you to identify all potential hazards associated with a task(s) or job and to put in place control measures to manage the risks to ensure the task or job is completed safely.

 

The benefits of conducting a Job Safety Analysis (JSA) include:
  • Meet WHS standards
  • keeping people safe ie. protect anybody working and visiting from injury or
  • complying with national safety regulations
  • protecting the organisation from legal and financial

 

RESOURCES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THIS TASK

  • Access to textbooks and other learning materials
  • Access to workshop WHS policies, procedures and work instructions
  • Access to a computer, printer and the Internet (where applicable)

 

WHEN AND WHERE SHOULD THE TASK BE COMPLETED?

  • This assessment will be done in the automotive training
  • Your assessor will provide you with the final due date for this

 

WHAT NEEDS TO BE SUBMITTED?

  • A completed Job Safety Analysis Form

 

  Assessment Task 2: Job Safety Analysis                                                                                           

 

INSTRUCTIONS

You will be required to follow the steps below to conduct a risk assessment of your work area to identify if there are any hazards associated with the work you will complete before commencing any practical assessment tasks described in this student assessment pack (ie. Assessment Task 3).

 

Steps:

 

 

  Job Safety Analysis

 

 

 

RISK MATRIX

 

IMPACT

 

12345
112345
2246810
33691215
448121620
5510152025

 

LIKELIHOOD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OutcomeAction to be taken by the Student
1-3Low RiskIf an incident were to occur, there would be little likelihood that an injury would result.Ok for now. Record and review if any equipment/people/materials/work processes or procedures change.
4–6Low – Moderate RiskIf an incident were to occur, there would be some chance that an injury requiring first aid would result.Control evaluation and monitoring should occur.
7–11Moderate

– High Risk

If an incident were to occur, it would be likely that an injury requiring medical treatment would result.Control evaluation and monitoring should occur with assessor.
NB – There is a threshold risk level of 12, at or above which immediate action must be taken
12-

25

Unaccept able RiskIf an incident were to occur, it be likely that a permanent, debilitating injury or death would result.Immediate action required – assessor to be notified and all work should be stopped.

 

  Job Safety Analysis                                                                                                                                       

 

 

Job Safety Analysis
Job Safety Analysis 

Describe the hazard

Risk Rating W/O ControlControl MeasuresResidual Risk
Sr. NoTASKYESNO
 

1

Do you understand the scope of the task?YesNo hazards
 

2

Are there references such as SOP’s or Manufacturer’s Manuals available?YesNo hazards
 

3

Have you selected the tools, equipment and are they in good safe working order??YesNo hazards
 

4

Do you have the correct PPE for the job?YesNo hazards
RISKS
 

5

Are you exposed to sharp objects, pinch or crush points?Yes
 

6

Is there a requirement for heavy manual handling or awkward positioning?Yes
 

7

Is anything needed to be isolated or disabled?No
 

8

Is there a risk of heat, gas, fumes or stored energy?Yes
 

9

Are there any fluids under pressure?No
 

10

Is there a possibility of explosion or fire from dust, combustible product or vapors?No
 

11

Can equipment be damaged, is a spotter required?Yes
12Is there a risk of working at heights, tripping or slipping?Yes

 

13Will you require hand tools in restricted spaces?
14Is any other authorisation needed or additional skills required?
 

15

Is there a risk of spill or pollution to waterways, ground or air?
 

16

Is there a risk of falling objects from overhead?
17Are there other activities in the immediate area that could impact this task?
18Is there a risk of uncontrolled movement?
19Is there mobile plant, equipment or other vehicles working in the area?
20Are there any hazardous materials in use?
 

21

Are there extremes of hot or cold associated with the task?
 

22

If any risk is marked YES, Identify the hazard and any control measures taken to mitigate the

risk and report to your assessor

23All control Measures are identified and implemented, if applicable
24Other –
25Other –
NAME:DATE:Signature:

 

  Assessor Feedback Sheet – Assessment Task 2

 

Assessors: Please complete and return this feedback sheet to the student with their results and feedback. A copy must be supplied to the office and kept in the student’s file with the assessment evidence.

 

 

Assessment Task 2

 

Result

 

Date

Was this a resubmission?
 

Job Safety Analysis

☐   Satisfactory (S)

☐   Not Satisfactory (NS)

 

☐    Yes    ☐ No

 

Is Resubmission required?☐    Yes    ☐ NoResubmission Due Date:

 

ASSESSOR FEEDBACK

 

Assessor Signature:
Assessor Name:Date:

 

  Assessment Cover Sheet – Assessment Task 3

 

Students:

  • Please complete this cover sheet clearly and
  • Make sure you have kept a copy of your

 

 

 

Student Name:

 

Student Id:

 

Date of submission:

Unit:

§   AURTTA121 Diagnose Complex System Faults

Assessment Task 3:

Practical observations: Complex System Faults

 

 

STUDENT DECLARATION

 

I declare the following:

 

  • The purpose and outcomes of assessment have been explained
  • The re-assessment and appeals process have been explained to me
  • Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT) have been explained to me
  • DIC has informed me about Language Literacy Numeracy (LLN) assistance available to me
  • I understand that assessments can either be given to the trainer or emailed to them
  • That completed assessment tasks are my own work
  • None of this work has been completed by any other
  • I have not cheated or plagiarised the work or colluded with any other student/s.
  • I have correctly referenced all resources and reference texts throughout these assessment tasks
  • I understand that if I am found to be in breach of policy, disciplinary action may be taken against me
  • I have made a photocopy or have kept an electronic copy of my completed assessment tasks, which can be produced for the assessor when asked for
  • I understand that for resubmissions, a cost of $100 – per practical assessment and $50 – per theory assessment will be charged to

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please Note: The above must be completed in full before your assessment work is assessed.

 

  Assessment Task 3: Practical Observations – Complex System Faults

 

TASK SUMMARY:

 

You will be observed by your Assessor while participating in practical observation activities designed to show that you are able to, demonstrate the required skills for diagnosing complex system faults.

 

You are required to diagnose complex system faults on three different vehicles, machinery or vessels in which the work must involve one of the following complex faults, on a different vehicle, piece of machinery or vessel.

  • one fault in a complex system which integrates two or more automotive systems
  • one fault which incorporates three or more mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical or electronic sub-

 

You are also required to develop a testing strategy to diagnose the cause of each complex faults in the work outlined above.

 

There are three job cards in total, you will need to complete.

 

Your trainer/ assessor will observe you during all practical observations using the assessment evaluation tool.

 

For each practical observation activity, your trainer/ assessor will:

  • observe you using the assessment evaluation tool provided as a guide
  • place a tick () – satisfactory performance or cross (x) – unsatisfactory performance in the box provided against each assessment criteria in the assessment evaluation tool
  • identify any areas you may be underperforming in and provide you with feedback
  • advise you if you need to be re-assessed, e. have been deemed Not Yet Satisfactory and will inform you of the date and time this will take place.

 

You will be required to satisfactorily complete all three (3) job cards satisfactorily, before you receive your final result for this unit.

 

Assessment will be conducted over time.

 

RESOURCES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THIS TASK

  • Access to workplace policies, procedures and documentation
  • Supervisor, work colleagues and customers with whom to communicate in verbal and written exchange
  • Job Cards (provided)
  • Workplace instructions
  • Manufacturer system specifications
  • Three different light vehicles, vessels or machinery that have the complex system faults specified in the task summary
  • Tools, equipment and materials appropriate for diagnosing complex system faults in vehicles, vessels or machinery
  • Assessment Evaluation Tools (provided)

 

WHEN AND WHERE SHOULD THE TASK BE COMPLETED?

 

  • This is a simulated workplace task to be completed in the automotive training

 

WHAT NEEDS TO BE SUBMITTED?

  • All Assessment Evaluation Tools must be completed satisfactorily
  • Both Job Cards

 

  Assessment Task 3: Practical Observations – Complex System Faults

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS

Upon completion of this task, you should be able to demonstrate how to diagnose complex system faults in light vehicles.

 

Student instructions:

 

 

You must diagnose complex systems faults in three (3) different vehicles that you have been given by your Trainer/Assessor.

 

The above diagnosis must involve the following complex faults; each one chosen on a separate vehicle:

  • one fault that is in a complex system that integrates two or more automotive systems
  • one fault that incorporates three (3) or more mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical or electronic sub-systems.

 

You must also develop a testing strategy to diagnose the cause of the complex faults in the work outlined above.

 

Tools and Materials
  • Three (3) different light vehicles
  • Workshop manuals (WSM) for vehicles (must be used)
  • Scan tool (must be used)
  • Digital Multimeter (DMM)
  • Micrometer
  • Vernier caliper
  • Inspection light

 

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

 

  • Safety goggles or glasses with side shields
  • Steel-toed shoes
  • Tight fitted clothing
  • Vehicle protection

 

Trainer / Assessor Notes:

 

 

  1. The, Student must diagnose complex faults in light vehicle diagnose complex systems faults in three

(3) different vehicles that you have given the Student.

 

The above diagnosis must also include two (2) of the following complex faults:

  • one (1) fault that is in a complex system that integrates two (2) or more automotive systems
  • one (1) fault that incorporates three (3) or more mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical or electronic sub-systems.

 

  1. The student must also develop a testing strategy to diagnose the cause of each complex fault described in point 1,

 

  1. The Trainer / Assessor must verify performance evidence through oral questioning to ensure correct interpretation and application of

 

  1. The Trainer/ Assessor must observe the student performing each step in the assessment evaluation

 

Job Card 1: Diagnose complex system faults

Upon completion of this task, you should be able to demonstrate how to diagnose a complex system fault in a light vehicle that integrates two or more automotive systems.

 

Tools and Materials
  • One (1) light vehicle
  • Workshop manuals (WSM) for vehicles (must be used)
  • Scan tool (must be used)
  • Digital Multimeter (DMM)
  • Workshop hand tools
  • Inspection light
  • Vehicle protection
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

 

  • Safety goggles or glasses with side shields
  • Steel-toed shoes
  • Tight fitted clothing

 

 

Customer Complaint:

 

The customer is complaining that the ABS-TCS warning indicator, Brake failure indicator and Traction-off warning are displayed on in the instrument cluster.

 

Procedure:

 

JobCard1
CustomerDetails
Customer:Mr.DavidContactDetails:(H)

036578612

(M)
Address: 

234LinkRoad,Melbourne

City:MelbourneState: 

Victoria

Postcode:
 

VehicleDetails(Mustfillinthevehicledetails)

 

Ifsimulated environment used,pleasetick¨

Make: 

Holden Motors

Model:HGSTARColour:BlackLicenseNo:
VINNo:568HHHOOO6758KKKJOdometerReading:1234
EngineNo:Vdfty0098HUEngineType:INLINETransType: 

CONVEYANCEMORMAL

CustomerConcern
The customer is complaining that the ABS-TCS warning indicator, Brake failure indicator and Traction-offwarningaredisplayedoninthe instrumentcluster.

Asperthe reviewofconsumer, theABS_TCS lightisnot workingproperlyinsidethyevehicle.

DeclarationbyTheCustomer
Please execute at my cost and as soon as you conveniently can repair the listed items above, and also any workconsidered essential. The vehicle, its accessories and contents are at my risk entirely whether theft or lossthereofordamaged theretoarisesfromanywant ofcareonthepartofyourself or yourcontractorsorservantsorfrom anycause whatsoever.Anyclaimsforfaultyworkmanshipistoberaisedwithin seven(7)workingdaysafter the vehicle is returned to me. I agree such claim is limited solely to the rectification free of cost of the faultywork.Noclaimforloss consequentialorotherwise beingadmissible.
X                                                                                                                                              /     /
SignatureofOwner                                                                                                   Date(Fill inthe date)

 

  1. Understand and Verify the Customer’s Concern: The first part of this step is to obtain as muchinformationaspossiblefromthecustomer.Arethere aftermarketaccessoriesonthevehicle?Whendoes the condition occur? Where does the condition occur? How long does the condition last? Howoften does theconditionoccur?
Noteyourfindingsonthebackofthe JobCard.

 

  1. VehicleOperatingasDesigned:Thisconditionexistswhenthevehicleisfoundtooperatenormally.The condition described by the customer may be normal. Compare with another like vehicle that isoperatingnormally under thesameconditions describedby thecustomer.
Noteyourfindingsonthebackofthe JobCard.

 

  1. PreliminaryChecks:Conductathoroughvisualinspection.Reviewtheservicehistory.Detectunusualsoundsorodours.
Noteyourfindingsonthebackofthe JobCard.

 

  1. CheckforrelatedBulletins,RecallsandPreliminaryInformation.
Noteyourfindingsonthebackofthe JobCard.

 

  1. Control Module Communication and DTC Check: Using a scan tool, perform the Vehicle DTCInformationfunctionandverifythatallvehiclecontrolmodulecommunicateswiththescantool.

 

Recordonthe Jobcardthefollowinginformation:
  • Anycontrolmodulethatis notcommunicating
  • AnyDTC,includingsymptombyte, andthecontrolmodulethathassettheDTC.

 

TechnicianNote
DonotclearanyDTCsunlessinstructedtodosobyadiagnostic procedure.IfanyDTCisPowertrainrelated,selectCaptureInfotostoreDTCandFreezeFrame/FailureRecordstotheScanTool.

 

  1. FortheDTClogged,describehowthesystemoperatesbelow.

 

  1. Whataretheconditionsfor‘Running’theDTC?

 

  1. Whataretheconditionsfor‘Setting’theDTC?

 

  1. Listthepossiblecausesthatcouldcause theaboveDTCtolog?

 

  1. NarrowdowntheprobablecausesoftheproblembyfollowingthePinpointtestasspecified in theWSMforthe DTC’s above.
Noteyourfindingsonthe backofthe JobCard.

 

CAUTION!
Do not insert test equipment probes (DMM etc.) into any connector or fuse block terminal. The diameter ofthe test probes will deform most terminals. A deformed terminal will cause a poor connection, which willresultinasystemfailure.AlwaysusetheApprovedTerminalReleaseToolKittoprobeterminals.Donotusepaperclips or othersubstitutes toprobeterminals.

 

  1. Documentyourtestresultonthebackof theJobCard,

 

  1. Youmustreportyour findingstothecustomer byfillingintheRecommendationsfortherepairofthevehicleon thebackoftheJobCard.

 

Fault:RecordofConversationwithCustomer:
SystemofBrakeDate:10/02/2022
SystemofFludingTime:10:30am
OilincludingServiceAdvisor: Mr.Smith
WiringConversation:
Cause:Consumer:Pleasetrytoclearmyproblemwhichmight
DamagingofBrakebeincludingofvehiclelightaswellasbrakeisnot
Damagingoflightworking properly.
BreackingofEngineServiceadvisor:Weresolveyourproblem.
Wireswhichisloose
Rectification:PartsUsed
DTCishelptodiagnoseandalsoissuesisconfirmed.Includingofnewbrakes
NewLEDLights
NewWires
CleaningofEngine
Oilsupplysystem
Recommendations:SubletRepairsOrderNo
WorkinginGoodspeed
Servicingofpropermanagement08456765
Thefuelstationisneedtochange078952345
Oil change012672398
098236734

 

FluidsQTYTyreReportTech#Job#TimeClockRecord
GearOil2 L 

 

 

L/H/FR/H/FON10:30
AutoOil1 L10 mm10 mmOFF10:45
EngineOil3.1 LL/H/RR/H/RON10: 50
DiffOil0.9 L10 mm10 mmOFF10:59
Coolant1 LBrakeReportON11:30
P/SOil1.5 LL/H/FR/H/FOFF11:45
BrakeFluid0.8 L     9      mm9 mmON11:59
Other0.5 LL/H/RR/H/ROFF00:45
15 mm15 mmON01:15
OFF02:20

 

 

Job Card 1: AURTTA121 Diagnose Complex System Faults
Student’s Name (Must fill in)Student’s Signature (Must fill in)Date of Assessment (Must fill in)
Location of Assessment (Must fill in)

 

Job Card Additional Information (if required)

 

Job Card Additional Information (if required)

 

Job Card 2: Diagnose complex system faults

Upon completion of this task, you should be able to demonstrate how to diagnose complex systems faults in light vehicles.

 

Tools and Materials
  • One (1) light vehicle
  • Workshop manuals (WSM) for vehicles (must be used)
  • Scan tool (must be used)
  • Workshop hand tools
  • Inspection light
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

 

  • Safety goggles or glasses with side shields
  • Steel-toed shoes
  • Tight fitted clothing
  • Vehicle protection

 

Customer Complaint:

The customer is complaining that the Check Engine light is ON, and the Message Centre is Displaying “Reduced Engine Power. The vehicle is lacking power when accelerating.

 

Procedure:

 

Job Card 2
Customer Details
Customer:Mr. IanContact Details:(H)

08238372

(M)
Address:472 Link RoadCity:MelbourneState:VictoriaPost code:
 

Vehicle Details (Must fill in the vehicle details)

 

If simulated environment used, please tick ¨

Make: 

Holden Motors

Model:HGSTARColour:BlackLicense No:
VIN No:927HHHOOO9389KKKJOdometer Reading:5968
Engine No:Yskjs9729Engine Type:INLINETrans Type:CONVEYANCEMORMAL
Customer Concern
The customer is complaining that the Check Engine light is ON, and the Message Centre Displaying “Reduced Engine Power. The vehicle is lacking power when accelerating.

As per the compliant that had been done by the customer is that the Check Engine light is on as well as well the message center decreases the power of engine and this is reason why the vehicle is lacking the power when accelerating.

Declaration by The Customer
Please execute at my cost and as soon as you conveniently can repair the listed items above, and also any work considered essential. The vehicle, its accessories and contents are at my risk entirely whether theft or loss thereof or damaged thereto arises from any want of care on the part of yourself or your contractors or servants or from any cause whatsoever. Any claims for faulty workmanship is to be raised within seven (7) working days after the vehicle is returned to me. I agree such claim is limited solely to the rectification free of cost of the faulty work. No claim for loss consequential or otherwise being admissible.
X                                                                                                                                       /     /
Signature of Owner                                                                                                Date (Fill in the date)

 

  1. Understand and Verify the Customer’s Concern: The first part of this step is to obtain as much information as possible from the customer. Are there aftermarket accessories on the vehicle? When does the condition occur? Where does the condition occur? How long does the condition last? How often does the condition occur?
Note your findings on the back of the Job Card.

 

  1. Vehicle Operating as Designed: This condition exists when the vehicle is found to operate normally. The condition described by the customer may be normal. Compare with another like vehicle that is operating normally under the same conditions described by the
Note your findings on the back of the Job Card.

 

  1. Preliminary Checks: Conduct a thorough visual Review the service history. Detect unusual sounds or odours.
Note your findings on the back of the Job Card.

 

  1. Check for related Bulletins, Recalls and Preliminary
Note your findings on the back of the Job Card.

 

  1. Control Module Communication and DTC Check: Using a scan tool, perform the Vehicle DTC Information function and verify that all vehicle control module communicates with the scan

 

Record on the Job card the following information:
  • Any control module that is not communicating
  • Any DTC, including symptom byte, and the control module that has set the

 

Technician Note
Do not clear any DTCs unless instructed to do so by a diagnostic procedure. If any DTC is Powertrain related, select Capture Info to store DTC and Freeze Frame/Failure Records to the Scan Tool.

 

  1. For the DTC logged, describe how the system operates
  2. What are the conditions for ‘Running’ the DTC?

 

  1. What are the conditions for ‘Setting’ the DTC?

 

  1. List the possible causes that could cause the above DTC to log?

 

  1. Isolate the problem by Narrow down the probable causes of the problem by following the Pinpoint test as specified in the WSM for the DTC’s above.
Note your findings on the back of the Job Card.

 

CAUTION!
Do not insert test equipment probes (DMM etc.) into any connector or fuse block terminal. The diameter of the test probes will deform most terminals. A deformed terminal will cause a poor connection, which will result in a system failure. Always use the Approved Terminal Release Tool Kit to probe terminals. Do not use paper clips or other substitutes to probe terminals.

 

  1. Document your test result on the back of the Job Card, and compare them to the vehicle WSM.

 

  1. Report the You must report your findings to the customer by filling in the Recommendations for the repair of the vehicle on the back of the Job Card.

 

Fault:Record of Conversation with Customer:
WiringDate: 11-02-2022
Oil involveTime: 11: am
System of brakeService Advisor: Mr. Klaus
System of fludingConversation:
Cause:Consumer- please try to resolve my issues that may be involved for vehicle lights and brake is not appropriately working.
Breaking of engineService advice- we will try to resolve the problem as soon as possible.
Wires loose
Damaging of brake
Damaging of brake
Rectification:Parts Used
It is assist to diagnose as well as issues is confirmed.New wires
Oil supply system
New brakes involved
Cleaning of engine
New LED lights
Recommendations:Sublet RepairsOrder No
Oil change0289822
Working in the appropriate speed.0282797
Proper management service0282682
Fuel station is require to change.0282628

 

FluidsQTYTyreReportTech#Job#TimeClockRecord
GearOil2 L 

 

 

L/H/FR/H/FON10:30
AutoOil1 L10 mm10 mmOFF10:45
EngineOil3.1 LL/H/RR/H/RON10: 50
DiffOil0.9 L10 mm10 mmOFF10:59
Coolant1 LBrakeReportON11:30
P/SOil1.5 LL/H/FR/H/FOFF11:45
BrakeFluid0.8 L     9      mm9 mmON11:59
Other0.5 LL/H/RR/H/ROFF00:45
15 mm15 mmON01:15
OFF02:20

 

 

 

Job Card 2: AURTTA121 Diagnose Complex System Faults
Student’s Name (Must fill in)Student’s Signature (Must fill in)Date of Assessment (Must fill in)
Location of Assessment (Must fill in)

 

Job Card Additional Information (if required)

 

Job Card Additional Information (if required)

 

Job Card 3: Diagnose complex system faults

Upon completion of this task, you will be able to demonstrate how to diagnose complex systems faults in light vehicles which incorporates three or more mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical or electronic sub- systems

 

Tools and Materials
  • One (1) light vehicle
  • Workshop manuals (WSM) for vehicles (must be used)
  • Scan tool (must be used)
  • Workshop hand tools
  • Micrometer
  • Vernier caliper
  • Inspection light
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

 

  • Safety goggles or glasses with side shields
  • Steel-toed shoes
  • Tight fitted clothing
  • Vehicle protection

 

Customer Complaint:

The customer is complaining that the Check Engine light is ON, and the Transmission is shifting very harsh.

 

Procedure:

 

Job Card 3
Customer Details
Customer:Mr. EnrichContact Details:(H)

02937782

(M)
Address:2972 link roadCity:MelbourneState:VictoriaPost code:
 

Vehicle Details (Must fill in the vehicle details)

 

If simulated environment used, please tick ¨

Make: 

Holden Motors

Model:HGSTARColour:BlackLicense No:
VIN No:257HHHOOO9389KKKJOdometer Reading:3582
Engine No:Ahwyjw6292Engine Type:INLINETrans Type:CONVEYANCEMORMAL
Customer Concern
The customer is complaining that the Check Engine light is ON, and the Transmission is shifting very harsh.

According to the customer check engine light is on.

Declaration by The Customer
Please execute at my cost and as soon as you conveniently can repair the listed items above, and also any work considered essential. The vehicle, its accessories and contents are at my risk entirely whether theft or loss thereof or damaged thereto arises from any want of care on the part of yourself or your contractors or servants or from any cause whatsoever. Any claims for faulty workmanship is to be raised within seven (7) working days after the vehicle is returned to me. I agree such claim is limited solely to the rectification free of cost of the faulty work. No claim for loss consequential or otherwise being admissible.
X                                                                                                                                                 /     /
Signature of Owner                                                                                             Date (Fill in the date)

 

  1. Understand and Verify the Customer’s Concern: The first part of this step is to obtain as much information as possible from the customer. Are there aftermarket accessories on the vehicle? When does the condition occur? Where does the condition occur? How long does the condition last? How often does the condition occur?
Note your findings on the back of the Job Card.

 

  1. Vehicle Operating as Designed: This condition exists when the vehicle is found to operate normally. The condition described by the customer may be normal. Compare with another like vehicle that is operating normally under the same conditions described by the
Note your findings on the back of the Job Card.

 

  1. Preliminary Checks: Conduct a thorough visual Review the service history. Detect unusual sounds or odours.
Note your findings on the back of the Job Card.

 

  1. Check for related Bulletins, Recalls and Preliminary
Note your findings on the back of the Job Card.

 

  1. Control Module Communication and DTC Check: Using a scan tool, perform the Vehicle DTC Information function and verify that all vehicle control module communicates with the scan
Record on the Job card the following information:
  • Any control module that is not communicating
  • Any DTC, including symptom byte, and the control module that has set the

 

Technician Note
Do not clear any DTCs unless instructed to do so by a diagnostic procedure. If any DTC is Powertrain related, select Capture Info to store DTC and Freeze Frame/Failure Records to the Scan Tool.

 

  1. For the DTC logged, describe how the system operates

 

  1. What are the conditions for ‘Running’ the DTC?

 

  1. What are the conditions for ‘Setting’ the DTC?

 

  1. List the possible causes that could cause the above DTC to log?

 

  1. Isolate the problem by Narrow down the probable causes of the problem by following the Pinpoint test as specified in the WSM for the DTC’s above.
Note your findings on the back of the Job Card

 

CAUTION!
Do not insert test equipment probes (DMM etc.) into any connector or fuse block terminal. The diameter of the test probes will deform most terminals. A deformed terminal will cause a poor connection, which will result in a system failure. Always use the Approved Terminal Release Tool Kit to probe terminals. Do not use paper clips or other substitutes to probe terminals.

 

 

  1. Document your test result on the back of the Job Card, and compare them to the vehicle WSM.

 

  1. Report the You must report your findings to the customer by filling in the Recommendations for the repair of the vehicle on the back of the Job Card.

 

Fault:Record of Conversation with Customer:
Oil involveDate: 12-02-2022
WiringTime: 11:30 am
System of brakeService Advisor: Mr. Scott
Conversation:
Cause:Consumer- please try to resolve my issues that may be involved for vehicle lights and brake is not appropriately working.
Breaking of engineService advice- we will try to resolve the problem as soon as possible.
Wires loose
Damaging of brake
Rectification:Parts Used
The issue is coming and therefore it is confirmed.Cleaning of engine
New LED lights
Oil supply system
New brakes involved
New wires
Recommendations:Sublet RepairsOrder No
Fuel station is require to change.02792729
Working in the appropriate speed.02792729
Oil change02618152
Proper management service01681979

 

FluidsQTYTyreReportTech#Job#TimeClockRecord
GearOil2 L 

 

 

L/H/FR/H/FON10:30
AutoOil1 L10 mm10 mmOFF10:45
EngineOil3.1 LL/H/RR/H/RON10: 50
DiffOil0.9 L10 mm10 mmOFF10:59
Coolant1 LBrakeReportON11:30
P/SOil1.5 LL/H/FR/H/FOFF11:45
BrakeFluid0.8 L     9      mm9 mmON11:59
Other0.5 LL/H/RR/H/ROFF00:45
15 mm15 mmON01:15
OFF02:20

 

 

 

Job Card 3: AURTTA121 Diagnose Complex System Faults
Student’s Name (Must fill in)Student’s Signature (Must fill in)Date of Assessment (Must fill in)
Location of Assessment (Must fill in)

 

Job Card Additional Information (if required)

 

Job Card Additional Information (if required)

 

  Assessment Evaluation Tool– Assessment Task 3                                                       

 

 

 

Unit Code & Unit NameAURTTA121 Diagnose complex system faults
Assessment TypePractical observation
Assessment NameAT 3
Student’s name & ID
Assessment date/s
 

Is Student able to demonstrate the following: Performance Evidence [1, 2]

 

Yes

 

No

(1) Diagnose complex system faults on three different vehicles, machinery or vessels
(2)    The above diagnosis must involve two of the following types of complex faults:

·         one fault that is in a complex system that integrates two or more automotive systems

·         one fault that incorporates three or more mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical orelectronic sub-systems

(3)    Develop a testing strategy to diagnose the cause of the above mentioned complex faults.

Is Student able to demonstrate the following: Performance Criteria [1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3] 

Yes

 

No

(1.1) Nature and objective of diagnosis requirements are determined from workplace instructions
(1.2) Existence of fault is confirmed from direct or indirect evidence
(1.3) Information, including customer complaint, is sourced to provide a full overview of all faults andconditions under which they occur
(2.1) Function and operation of the system when operating correctly are identified
(2.2) Information is analysed and affected systems are identified
(2.3) Manufacturer specifications and other technical information are accessed and interpreted
(2.4) Tests are identified and selected from range of available options, and testing sequence isestablished
(2.5) Testing equipment is obtained and prepared according to manufacturer specifications andworkplace procedures
(2.6) Tools, equipment and materials required to support the diagnostic process are identified,selected and prepared for use
(2.7) Hazards associated with the work are identified and risks are managed according to workplaceprocedures and safety requirements
(3.1) Tests are applied systematically and efficiently to gather precise data on system operation according to manufacturer specifications, workplace procedures, and safety and environmentalrequirements

 

(3.2) Test results are compared with manufacturer specifications and conclusions are drawn and documented according to workplace procedures, including recommendations for necessary repairs
(3.3) Diagnostic findings are verified, as required, by using reliable alternative or optional process according to manufacturer specifications and workplace procedures
(3.4) Conclusions are provided to appropriate personnel or customer to confirm further action to be taken
(4.1) Vehicle or machinery is presented ready to be repaired or returned to the customer
(4.2) Work area is cleaned, waste and non-recyclable materials are disposed of, and recyclable material is collected
(4.3) Tools and equipment are checked and stored according to workplace procedures
Assessor observation checklist (Job card 1)

 

Observable skills/tasksSatisfactory = S

Not Satisfactory = NS

Safety
Question 1: Safely used appropriate hand and power tools and equipmentS |NS
Question 2: Completed work safely, efficiently and within acceptable timeframesS |NS
Question 3: Observed all safety, PPE, environmental and workplace policies throughout thework including correct manual handling techniquesS |NS
Question 4: Safely use relevant tooling and equipment to the level required by industryS |NS
Setup / preparation
Question 5: Accessed and used materials in a cost-effective way, reducing wastage and usingsustainability principlesS |NS
Question 6: Accessed a range of information sources, seeks assistance and used a range ofstrategies for learning and self-improvementS |NS
Question 7: Attended at times required and was prepared for workS |NS
Generic skills
Question 8: Followed task and job instructions and specifications including correct tool andequipment identification and testing in a safe and efficient mannerS |NS
Question 9: Used technology such as diagnostic equipment without causing damage tocomponents or systemsS |NS
Question 10: Used manufacturer’s workshop manual/publication/database to access,interpret and apply information, safely makes adjustments where necessaryS |NS
Question 11: Communicated respectfully and inclusively with teachers and othersS |NS

 

Question 12: Adapted to changes in workshop environmentS |    NS
Question 13: Solved problems using analytical skills and sought assistance as requiredS |    NS
Question 14: Worked consistently on tasks and managed time efficiently and effectivelyS |    NS
Question 15: Worked well in a team environment and resolved conflict and differencesS |    NS
Question 16: Displayed appropriate numeracy skills for the task at handS |    NS
Specific task skills
Question 17: Job Card 1: Diagnose complex system faultsS |    NS
Question 18: Job Card 2: Diagnose complex system faults (Job Card 2. Do not use here)S |    NS
Question 19: Job Card 3: Diagnose complex system faults (Job Card 3. Do not use here)S |    NS
Clean up/ reporting
Question 20: Completed documentation (e.g. job card) to workplace standardS |    NS
Question 21: Checked and stowed tools and equipment correctly; identified and reportedany broken or faulty items for repair or replacementS |    NS
Question 22: Kept work area clean ensuring all waste is scrapped and/or recycledS |    NS

Assessor observation checklist (Job card 2)

 

Observable skills/tasksSatisfactory = S

Not Satisfactory = NS

Safety
Question 1: Safely used appropriate hand and power tools and equipmentS |NS
Question 2: Completed work safely, efficiently and within acceptable timeframesS |NS
Question 3: Observed all safety, PPE, environmental and workplace policies throughout the

work including correct manual handling techniques

S |NS
Question 4: Safely use relevant tooling and equipment to the level required by industryS |NS
Setup / preparation
Question 5: Accessed and used materials in a cost-effective way, reducing wastage and using

sustainability principles

S |NS
Question 6: Accessed a range of information sources, seeks assistance and used a range of

strategies for learning and self-improvement

S |NS
Question 7: Attended at times required and was prepared for workS |NS
Generic skills
Question 8: Followed task and job instructions and specifications including correct tool and equipment identification and testing in a safe and efficient mannerS |NS
Question 9: Used technology such as diagnostic equipment without causing damage to components or systemsS |NS
Question 10: Used manufacturer’s workshop manual/publication/database to access, interpret and apply information, safely makes adjustments where necessaryS |NS
Question 11: Communicated respectfully and inclusively with teachers and othersS |NS

 

Question 12: Adapted to changes in workshop environmentS |    NS
Question 13: Solved problems using analytical skills and sought assistance as requiredS |    NS
Question 14: Worked consistently on tasks and managed time efficiently and effectivelyS |    NS
Question 15: Worked well in a team environment and resolved conflict and differencesS |    NS
Question16: Displayed appropriate numeracy skills for the task at handS |    NS
Specific task skills
Question 17: Job Card 1: Diagnose complex system faults (Job Card 1. Do not use here)S |    NS
Question 18: Job Card 2: Diagnose complex system faultsS |    NS
Question 19: Job Card 3: Diagnose complex system faults (Job Card 3. Do not use here)S |    NS
Clean up/ reporting
Question 20: Completed documentation (e.g. job card) to workplace standardS |    NS
Question 21: Checked and stowed tools and equipment correctly; identified and reported

any broken or faulty items for repair or replacement

S |    NS
Question 22: Kept work area clean ensuring all waste is scrapped and/or recycledS |    NS
Assessor observation checklist (Job card 3)

 

Observable skills/tasksSatisfactory = S

Not Satisfactory = NS

Safety
Question 1: Safely used appropriate hand and power tools and equipmentS |NS
Question 2: Completed work safely, efficiently and within acceptable timeframesS |NS
Question 3: Observed all safety, PPE, environmental and workplace policies throughout the

work including correct manual handling techniques

S |NS
Question 4: Safely use relevant tooling and equipment to the level required by industryS |NS
Setup / preparation
Question 5: Accessed and used materials in a cost-effective way, reducing wastage and using

sustainability principles

S |NS
Question 6: Accessed a range of information sources, seeks assistance and used a range of

strategies for learning and self-improvement

S |NS
Question 7: Attended at times required and was prepared for workS |NS
Generic skills
Question 8: Followed task and job instructions and specifications including correct tool and equipment identification and testing in a safe and efficient mannerS |NS
Question 9: Used technology such as diagnostic equipment without causing damage to components or systemsS |NS
Question 10: Used manufacturer’s workshop manual/publication/database to access, interpret and apply information, safely makes adjustments where necessaryS |NS
Question 11: Communicated respectfully and inclusively with teachers and othersS |NS

 

Question 12: Adapted to changes in workshop environmentS |    NS
Question 13: Solved problems using analytical skills and sought assistance as requiredS |    NS
Question 14: Worked consistently on tasks and managed time efficiently and effectivelyS |    NS
Question 15: Worked well in a team environment and resolved conflict and differencesS |    NS
Question 16: Displayed appropriate numeracy skills for the task at handS |    NS
Specific task skills
Question 17: Job Card 1: Diagnose complex system faults (Job Card 1. Do not use here)S |    NS
Question 18: Job Card 2: Diagnose complex system faults (Job Card 2. Do not use here)S |    NS
Question 19: Job Card 3: Diagnose complex system faultsS |    NS
Clean up/ reporting
Question 20: Completed documentation (e.g. job card) to workplace standardS |    NS
Question 21: Checked and stowed tools and equipment correctly; identified and reported

any broken or faulty items for repair or replacement

S |    NS
Question 22: Kept work area clean ensuring all waste is scrapped and/or recycledS |    NS

 

 

  Assessment Cover Sheet – Assessment Task 4

 

Students:

  • Please complete this cover sheet clearly and
  • Make sure you have kept a copy of your

 

 

 

Student Name:

 

Student Id:

 

Date of submission:

Unit:

§   AURTTA121 Diagnose Complex System Faults

Assessment Task 4:

Work Placement Logbook and Supervisor Report

 

 

STUDENT DECLARATION

 

I declare the following:

 

  • The purpose and outcomes of assessment have been explained
  • The re-assessment and appeals process have been explained to me
  • Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT) have been explained to me
  • DIC has informed me about Language Literacy Numeracy (LLN) assistance available to me
  • I understand that assessments can either be given to the trainer or emailed to them
  • That completed assessment tasks are my own work
  • None of this work has been completed by any other
  • I have not cheated or plagiarised the work or colluded with any other student/s.
  • I have correctly referenced all resources and reference texts throughout these assessment tasks
  • I understand that if I am found to be in breach of policy, disciplinary action may be taken against me
  • I have made a photocopy or have kept an electronic copy of my completed assessment tasks, which can be produced for the assessor when asked for
  • I understand that for resubmissions, a cost of $100 – per practical assessment and $50 – per theory assessment will be charged to

 

Please Note: The above must be completed in full before your assessment work is assessed

 

  Assessment Task 4: Work Placement Logbook and Supervisor Report

 

 

TASK SUMMARY:

You will be required to request a workplace supervisor to complete and sign the supervisor report in your Work Placement Logbook.

 

You must also ensure that your logbook is completed accurately throughout your work placement.

 

You will be provided with instructions regarding this in the Work Placement Logbook and Supervisor Report document.

 

You must submit the completed logbook and supervisor report to your assessor.

 

RESOURCES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THIS TASK

  • Access to your work placement
  • Access to a workplace supervisor
  • Access to your work placement logbook
  • Opportunities to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required in your

 

WHEN AND WHERE SHOULD THE TASK BE COMPLETED?

 

  • This is a workplace task to be completed during your work
  • Your assessor will provide you with the due date for this

 

WHAT NEEDS TO BE SUBMITTED?

  • Completed Work Placement Logbook
  • Completed Supervisor Report
What do I need to hand in for this task?Have I completed this?
Your completed Work Placement Logbooko
Your completed Supervisor Reporto

 

  Assessor Feedback Sheet – Assessment Task 4

Assessors: Please complete and return this feedback sheet to the student with their results and feedback. A copy must be supplied to the office and kept in the student’s file with the assessment evidence.

 

 

Assessment Task 4

 

Result

 

Date

Was this a resubmission?
Work Placement Logbook and Supervisor Report☐   Satisfactory (S)

☐   Not Satisfactory (NS)

 

☐    Yes    ☐ No

 

References

 

 

Brito, M., Canelas, R. B., García-Feal, O., Domínguez, J. M., Crespo, A. J. C., Ferreira, R. M. L., … & Teixeira, L. (2020). A numerical tool for modelling oscillating wave surge converter with nonlinear mechanical constraints. Renewable Energy146, 2024-2043.

 

Chen, S. H., Pan, J. S., & Lu, K. (2015, March). Driving behavior analysis based on vehicle OBD information and adaboost algorithms. In Proceedings of the international multiconference of engineers and computer scientists (Vol. 1, pp. 18-20).

 

Denton, T. (2016). Advanced Automotive Fault Diagnosis: Automotive Technology: Vehicle Maintenance and Repair. Routledge.

 

El-Eskandarany, M. S., Al-Hazza, A., Al-Hajji, L. A., Ali, N., Al-Duweesh, A. A., Banyan, M., & Al-Ajmi, F. (2021). Mechanical milling: a superior nanotechnological tool for fabrication of nanocrystalline and nanocomposite materials. Nanomaterials11(10), 2484.

 

Gupta, M. K. (2020). Effects of tool profile on mechanical properties of aluminium alloy Al 1120 friction stir welds. Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology34(18), 2000-2010.

 

Huber, F., Bischof, C., Hentschel, O., Heberle, J., Zettl, J., Nagulin, K. Y., & Schmidt, M. (2019). Laser beam melting and heat-treatment of 1.2343 (AISI H11) tool steel–microstructure and mechanical properties. Materials Science and Engineering: A742, 109-115.

 

Khedkar, S., Oswal, A., Setty, M., & Ravi, S. (2015). Driver evaluation system using mobile phone and OBD-II system. Int. J. Comput. Sci. Inf. Technol6(3), 2738-2745.

 

Li, Z. (2014). Experimental Investigation on Tapping Noise in EVAP System of a Motor Vehicle (Master’s thesis, University of Waterloo).

 

McRuer, D. T., Graham, D., & Ashkenas, I. (2014). Aircraft dynamics and automatic control (Vol. 2731). Princeton University Press.

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