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    The pioneers of Technical College of Fiji for Certificate II programme at Dr. Shaukat Ali Sahib Campus on 13th of May 2016 with Hon. Minister for Education, Heritage & Arts.
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    The Hon. Minister for Education, Heritage & Arts at the graduation at Dr. Shaukat Ali Sahib Campus.
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COURSE INTRODUCTION

This qualification recognizes the necessary skills base and knowledge required to work as an assistant Body works and Spray Painting Technicians. Persons who gain the qualification will have basic knowledge and skills to work as a competent trade assistant in an industry setting.

The qualification comprises a list of compulsory standards required of a competent trade’s assistant. Holders of this qualification will be able to demonstrate a broad range of basic skills including:

• Identify emergency procedures in the motor and related industries

• Maintain workplace and vehicle security in the motor and related industries

• Demonstrate knowledge of, and work in proximity to, motor vehicle air bag mechanisms

• Use and maintain power tools and equipment in the motor body industry

• Carry out general engineering tasks in the motor body industry

• Collect, present and apply workplace information

• Identify and use fastening systems in the motor industry

• Communicate effectively in the workplace

• Identify, remove and refit engine and exterior engine components to motor vehicle

• Describe requirements and expectations faced by employees within the workplace

• Remove and replace motor vehicle interior trim in the motor body industry

• Remove and replace exterior motor body parts and fit body protection moldings

• Remove and replace damaged bolted on motor body panels

• Remove, replace, and repair a vehicle exhaust system

• Remove and replace damaged panel parts

• Measure with non-complex measuring devices used in industry

• Plan the method of carrying out a job in the workplace

• Cut metals to predetermined specifications on and off a vehicle

• Shrink a panel repair in the motor body industry

• Repair minor non-stretched panel damage and metal finish the repair

• Replace a damaged motor vehicle door skin

• Fill and sand a repair in the motor body industry

• Prepare a painted surface and feather edge paint damage in the motor body industry

• Prepare bare metal for painting in the motor body industry

• Demonstrate knowledge of working on motor vehicle safety systems

The qualification comprises a list of compulsory standards required of an assistant tradesperson. Holders of this qualification will be able to demonstrate a broad range of basic skills including generic skills required for successful customer service as well as workplace communication and health and safety.

COURSE AIMS

The students on completion of this programme will be able to demonstrate a broad range of basic Body works and Spray Painting skills.

TARGET GROUP

The target group for this programme will be:

  • Body works and Spray Painting Technicians with minimal or no formal training
  • Body works and Spray Painting enthusiasts
  • Automotive engineering vocational students
  • Secondary and High School leavers

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

A pre-requisite for entry into this qualification will hold the Year 10 level or ability to demonstrate some technical skills with basic literacy and numeracy.

CERTIFICATION

The qualification shall be awarded to persons who have gained all compulsory unit standards prescribed in the programme structure.

This qualification shall be awarded by the TCF in collaboration with FHEC standards on behalf of the Body works and Spray Painting ISAC. Accredited providers shall comply with the internal and external moderation requirements as determined by the TCF and FHEC under Fiji Qualification Council.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE 

Trimester

TCF codes

Units

Level

Total CP

Certificate II in Body Works and Spray Painting

1

PBW0101

Identify emergency procedures in the motor and related industries

1

3.4

1

PBW0102

Maintain workplace and vehicle security in the motor and related industries

1

3.4

1

PBW0103

Use and maintain power tools and equipment in the motor body industry

1

4.0

1

PBW0104

Carry out general engineering tasks in the motor body industry

1

4.0

1

PBW0105

Identify and use fastening systems in the motor industry

1

4.0

1

PBW0106

Cut metals to predetermined specifications on and off a vehicle

1

3.4

1

PBW0107

Repair minor non-stretched panel damage and metal finish the repair

1

4.0

1

PBW0108

Fill and sand a repair in the motor body industry

1

3.4

1

GCU0101

Collect, present and apply workplace information

1

4.0

1

GCU0102

Communicate effectively in the workplace

1

3.6

1

GCU0103

Describe requirements and expectations faced by employees within the workplace

1

3.0

1

GCU0104

Follow safe working practices on a workplace

1

3.0

1

GCE0104

Identify and convert basic units of measure used in industry

1

3.0

1

GCU0105

Measure with non-complex measuring devices used in industry

1

3.0

1

GCU0106

Practice accountability in the workplace

1

2.0

1

AME0105

Select and use hand tools and workshop equipment for an automotive application

1

5.0

Total Level 1

29.6

3

PBW0201

Demonstrate knowledge of, and work in proximity to, motor vehicle air bag mechanisms

2

4.8

3

PBW0202

Identify, remove and refit engine and exterior engine components to motor vehicle

2

4.8

3

PBW0203

Remove and replace motor vehicle interior trim in the motor body industry

2

4.4

3

PBW0204

Remove and replace exterior motor body parts and fit body protection mouldings

2

4.4

3

PBW0205

Remove and replace damaged bolted on motor body panels

2

4.4

3

PBW0206

Remove, replace, and repair a vehicle exhaust system

2

4.8

3

PBW0207

Remove and replace damaged panel parts

2

4.4

3

PBW0208

Replace a damaged motor vehicle door skin

2

6.4

3

PBW0209

Prepare a painted surface and feather edge paint damage in the motor body industry

2

4.4

3

PBW0210

Prepare bare metal for painting in the motor body industry

2

3.4

3

PBW0211

Demonstrate knowledge of working on motor vehicle safety systems

2

5.4

3

GCE0101

Plan the method of carrying out a job in the workplace

2

2.0

3

AME0202

Carry out welding operations to an industry standards in an engineering workshop

2

6.0

3

ECM0201

Demonstrate communications skills in the workplace

2

5.0

3

AEE0206

Demonstrate knowledge of protecting vehicle electronics in the motor industry

2

3.0

3

WFA0216

Provide customer service in a workplace

2

4.0

Total Level 2

51.6

2

PBW0200

Industrial Placements

56.0

Total credit points in  Body Works and Spray Painting

137.2

 

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