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` TRAINING REGULATIONS METALS AND ENGINEERING SECTOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY East Service Road, South Superhighway, Taguig City, Metro Manila GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING (GTAW) NC IV Weldncii11-3 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS METALS AND ENGINEERING SECTOR ..

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    TRAINING

    REGULATIONS

     GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING (GTAW) NC IV

    METALS AND ENGINEERING SECTOR

    TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

    AUTHORITY

    East Service Road, South Superhighway, Taguig City, Metro Manila

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    METALS AND ENGINEERING SECTOR

    GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING (GTAW) NC IV

    Page No.

    SECTION 1 GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING (GTAW) 2

    NC IV QUALIFICATION

    SECTION 2 COMPETENCY STANDARDS 3-60

    3-27 ; Basic Competencies

    28-54 ; Common Competencies

    55-60 ; Core Competencies

    SECTION 3 TRAINING STANDARDS 61-68

     3.1 Curriculum Design 61-64

     3.2 Training Delivery 65

     3.3 Trainee Entry Requirements 66

     3.4 List of Tools, Equipment and Materials 66-67

     3.5 Training Facilities 67

     3.6 Trainers' Qualifications 68

     3.7 Institutional Assessment 68

    SECTION 4 NATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND 69

    CERTIFICATION ARRANGEMENTS

    COMPETENCY MAP 70

    DEFINITION OF TERMS 71

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 72

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    TRAINING REGULATIONS FOR

    GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING (GTAW) NC IV

SECTION 1 GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING (GTAW) NC IV

    The Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) NC IV Qualification consists of competencies that a person must achieve to weld alloy steel plate and alloy steel pipe components as specified by layout, blueprints, diagrams, work order, welding procedure or oral instructions using GTAW welding equipment.

    This Qualification conforms with American Welding Society (AWS) D 1.1 Structural Welding Code; American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) IX Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code; American Petroleum Institute (API) 1104 Code for Gas and Oil Pipeline Facilities; and International Standards Organization (ISO) 9606-1 Qualification of Welders for Steel.

     The Units of Competency comprising this qualification include the following:

    Code No. BASIC COMPETENCIES

    5 00 311 1 15 Utilize specialized communication skills

    5 00 311 1 16 Develop teams and individuals

    5 00 311 1 17 Apply problem solving techniques in the workplace

    5 00 311 1 18 Collect, analyze and organize information

    5 00 311 1 19 Plan and organize work

    5 00 311 1 20 Promote environmental protection

    Code No. COMMON COMPETENCIES

    MEE721201 Apply Safety Practices

    MEE721202 Interpret Drawings and Sketches

    MEE721203 Perform Industry Calculations

    MEE721204 Contribute to Quality System

    MEE721205 Use Hand Tools

    MEE721206 Prepare Weld Materials

    MEE721207 Setup Welding Equipment

    MEE721208 Fit up Weld Materials

    MEE721209 Repair Welds

    Code No. CORE COMPETENCIES

    MEE721316 Weld Alloy Steel Plates Using GTAW

    MEE721320 Weld Alloy Steel Pipes Using GTAW

    A person who has achieved this Qualification is competent to be: - GTAW or TIG Plate Welder (Carbon Steel) - GTAW or TIG Plate Welder (Alloy Steel)

    - GTAW or TIG Pipe Welder (Carbon Steel) - GTAW or TIG Pipe Welder (Alloy Steel)

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SECTION 2 COMPETENCY STANDARDS

     This section gives the details of the contents of the core units of competency required in Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) NC IV.

    BASIC COMPETENCIES

     UNIT OF COMPETENCY : UTILIZE SPECIALIZED COMMUNICATION SKILLS UNIT CODE : 500311115

    UNIT DESCRIPTOR : This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes

    required to use specialized communication skills to

    meet specific needs of internal and internal clients,

    conduct interviews, facilitate group of discussions, and

    contribute to the development of communication

    strategies.

    PERFORMANCE CRITERIA ELEMENT Italicized terms are elaborated in the Range of Variables

    1. Meet common and 1.1 Specific communication needs of clients and

    specific colleagues are identified and met

    communication 1.2 Different approaches are used to meet needs of clients and communication needs of clients and colleagues colleagues 1.3 Conflict is addressed promptly and in a timely way and

    in a manner which does not compromise the standing

    of the organization

    2.1 Strategies for internal and external dissemination of 2. Contribute to the information are developed, promoted, implemented development of and reviewed as required communication 2.2 Channels of communication are established and strategies reviewed regularly

    2.3 Coaching in effective communication is provided

    2.4 Work related network and relationship are maintained

    as necessary

    2.5 Negotiation and conflict resolution strategies are used

    where required

    2.6 Communication with clients and colleagues is

    appropriate to individual needs and organizational

    objectives

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    PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

    Italicized terms are elaborated in the Range of Variables ELEMENT

    3. Represent the 3.1 When participating in internal or external forums, organization presentation is relevant, appropriately researched and

    presented in a manner to promote the organization

    3.2 Presentation is clear and sequential and delivered

    within a predetermined time

    3.3 Utilize appropriate media to enhance presentation

    3.4 Differences in views are respected

    3.5 Written communication is consistent with

    organizational standards

    3.6 Inquiries are responded in a manner consistent with

    organizational standard

    4. Facilitate group 4.1 Mechanisms which enhance effective group

    discussion interaction is defined and implemented

    4.2 Strategies which encourage all group members to

    participate are used routinely

    4.3 Objectives and agenda for meetings and discussions

    are routinely set and followed

    4.4 Relevant information is provided to group to facilitate

    outcomes

    4.5 Evaluation of group communication strategies is

    undertaken to promote participation of all parties

    4.6 Specific communication needs of individuals are

    identified and addressed

    5. Conduct interview 5.1 A range of appropriate communication strategies are

    employed in interview situations

    5.2 Records of interviews are made and maintained in

    accordance with organizational procedures

    5.3 Effective questioning, listening and nonverbal

    communication techniques are used to ensure that

    required message is communicated

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RANGE OF VARIABLES

    VARIABLE RANGE

    1. Strategies 1.1 Recognizing own limitations

    1.2 Referral to specialists

    1.3 Utilizing techniques and aids

    1.4 Providing written drafts

    1.5 Verbal and non verbal communication 2. Effective group 2.1 Identifying and evaluating what is occurring within an

    interaction interaction in a non judgmental way

    2.2 Using active listening

    2.3 Making decision about appropriate words, behavior

    2.4 Putting together response which is culturally

    appropriate

    2.5 Expressing an individual perspective

    2.6 Expressing own philosophy, ideology and background

    and exploring impact with relevance to communication 3. Types of Interview 3.1 Related to staff issues

    3.2 Routine

    3.3 Confidential

    3.4 Evidential

    3.5 Non disclosure

    3.6 Disclosure

    4. Interview situations 4.1 Establish rapport

    4.2 Elicit facts and information

    4.3 Facilitate resolution of issues

    4.4 Develop action plans

    4.5 Diffuse potentially difficult situation

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EVIDENCE GUIDE

    1. Critical aspects of Assessment requires evidence that the candidate: competency 1.1 Demonstrated effective communication skills with

    clients accessing service and work colleagues

    1.2 Adopted relevant communication techniques and

    strategies to meet client particular needs and

    difficulties

    2. Underpinning 2.1 Communication process knowledge and 2.2 Dynamics of groups and different styles of group values leadership

    2.3 Communication skills relevant to client groups 3. Underpinning skills 3.1 Full range of communication techniques including:

    3.1.1 Full range of communication

    3.1.2 Active listening

    3.1.3 Feedback

    3.1.4 Interpretation

    3.1.5 Role boundaries setting

    3.1.6 Negotiation

    3.1.7 Establishing empathy

    3.2 Communication skills required to fulfill job roles as

    specified by the organization

    4. Resource 4.1 Access to appropriate workplace where assessment implications can take place

5. Methods of Competency may be assessed through assessment 5.1 Direct observation

    5.2 Oral Interview

    6. Context for 6.1 This unit should be assessed on the job through assessment simulation

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    UNIT OF COMPETENCY : DEVELOP TEAMS AND INDIVIDUALS

    UNIT CODE : 500311116

    UNIT DESCRIPTOR : This unit covers the skills, knowledge and attitudes

    required to determine individual and team

    development needs and facilitate the development of

    the workgroup.

    PERFORMANCE CRITERIA ELEMENT Italicized terms are elaborated in the Range of Variables

    1.1. Learning and development needs are systematically 1. Provide team

    identified and implemented in line with organizational leadership

    requirements

    1.2. Learning plan to meet individual and group training and

    developmental needs is collaboratively developed and

    implemented

    1.3. Individuals are encouraged to self evaluate

    performance and identify areas for improvement

    1.4. Feedback on performance of team members is

    collected from relevant sources and compared with

    established team learning process

    2.1. Learning and development program goals and 2. Foster individual and

    objectives are identified to match the specific organizational growth

    knowledge and skills requirements of competency

    standards

    2.2. Learning delivery methods are appropriate to the

    learning goals, the learning style of participants and

    availability of equipment and resources

    2.3. Workplace learning opportunities and coaching/

    mentoring assistance are provided to facilitate

    individual and team achievement of competencies

    2.4. Resources and timelines required for learning activities

    are identified and approved in accordance with

    organizational requirements

    3.1. Feedback from individuals or teams is used to identify 3. Monitor and evaluate

    and implement improvements in future learning workplace learning

    arrangements

    3.2. Outcomes and performance of individuals/teams are

    assessed and recorded to determine the effectiveness

    of development programs and the extent of additional

    support

    3.3. Modifications to learning plans are negotiated to

    improve the efficiency and effectiveness of learning

    3.4. Records and reports of competency are maintained

    within organizational requirement

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    PERFORMANCE CRITERIA ELEMENT Italicized terms are elaborated in the Range of Variables

    4. Develop team 4.1. Open communication processes to obtain and share

    commitment and information is used by team

    cooperation 4.2. Decisions are reached by the team in accordance with

    its agreed roles and responsibilities

    4.3. Mutual concern and camaraderie are developed in the

    team

    5. Facilitate 5.1. Team members actively participated in team activities

    accomplishment of and communication processes

    organizational goals 5.2. Teams members developed individual and joint

    responsibility for their actions

    5.3. Collaborative efforts are sustained to attain

    organizational goals

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RANGE OF VARIABLES

    VARIABLE RANGE

    1. Learning and 1.1 Coaching, mentoring and/or supervision

     development needs 1.2 Formal/informal learning program

     1.3 Internal/external training provision

    1.4 Work experience/exchange/opportunities

    1.5 Personal study

    1.6 Career planning/development

    1.7 Performance appraisals

    1.8 Workplace skills assessment

    1.9 Recognition of prior learning 2. Organizational 2.1 Quality assurance and/or procedures manuals

     requirements 2.2 Goals, objectives, plans, systems and processes

    2.3 Legal and organizational policy/guidelines and

     requirements

    2.4 Safety policies, procedures and programs

    2.5 Confidentiality and security requirements

    2.6 Business and performance plans

    2.7 Ethical standards

    2.8 Quality and continuous improvement processes

     and standards

    3. Feedback on 3.1 Formal/informal performance appraisals

     performance 3.2 Obtaining feedback from supervisors and

     colleagues

    3.3 Obtaining feedback from clients

    3.4 Personal and reflective behavior strategies

    3.5 Routine and organizational methods for monitoring

     service delivery

    4. Learning delivery 4.1 On the job coaching or mentoring

     methods 4.2 Problem solving

    4.3 Presentation/demonstration

    4.4 Formal course participation

    4.5 Work experience

    4.6 Involvement in professional networks

    4.7 Conference and seminar attendance

    4.8 Induction

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