Recognition of vocational qualifications for the purpose of transfer on the European job market

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In Poland, qualification in the profession are obtainable:

  • In the school system,
  • Through training in crafts,
  • In the form of continuing education

Qualification in an motor vehicle mechanic professional is achieved by:

  • passing exam in skill, M.18. Diagnosis and repair of components and assemblies of motor vehicles,
    completion of basic vocational school.

Graduate of the vocational school educating in the profession of motor vehicle mechanic, should be prepared to perform following work task (Sources: Regulation of the Minister of National Education of 16 January 2015 about the issue of curriculum of vocational education; Framework curriculum for vocational education in the profession of motor vehicle mechanic (http://www.koweziu.edu.pl/pp_zawod.php?nr_zawodu=723103):

  1. the use of motor vehicles,
  2. diagnose vehicles,
  3. repair of motor vehicles.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

(Sources: Regulation of the Minister of National Education of 7 February 2012 about the issue of curriculum of vocational education; Framework curriculum for vocational education in the profession of motor vehicle mechanic, http://www.koweziu.edu.pl/pp_zawod.php?nr_zawodu=723103)

(BHP) Health and Safety Occupation Rules

Pupil:

  1. distinguishes concepts related with health and safety occupation rules , fire protection, environmental protection and ergonomics;
  2. distinguishes tasks and powers of institutions and services operating in the field of labor protection and environmental protection in Poland;
  3. defines the rights and responsibilities of the employee and the employer's in area of safety and health working conditions;
  4. predicts threat to human health and life, property and the environment associated with the performance of professional tasks;
  5. identifies the threats associated with the presents of harmful factors in the work place;
  6. determines the effects of harmful factors on the human body;
  7. organizes the workplace according to applicable ergonomics rules , health and safety regulations , fire protection and environmental protection;
  8. exerts the individual and collective protection issues during performing professional tasks;
  9. fallows the principles of safety and health at work and apply the rules of law related with fire and environmental protection;
  10. provides first aid to the injured in accidents at work , as well as in emergency health and life threats.

(PDG). Making and business activities

Pupil:

  1. uses concepts from the area of a functioning market economy;
  2. exerts the labor law , law regulations related with using protection of personal data in the area of tax law and copyright law;
  3. exerts the law relating with running a business ;
  4. distinguishes enterprises and institutions occurring in the industry and the connections between them;
  5. analyze the activities carried out by companies in the industry;
  6. initiating common ventures with different companies in the same industry;
  7. prepare the documentation necessary for starting and running a business;
  8. conducts correspondence related with business conducting;
  9. operates office devices and uses computer programs to support economic activity;
  10. planning and taking the marketing activities of the business;
  11. optimizes the costs and revenues of the business.

(JOZ). Foreign language professionally oriented

Pupil:

  1. uses the resource of language (vocabulary, grammar, spelling and phonetic), enabling implementation of professional tasks;
  2. interpret statements regarding the performance of typical professional activities slowly and clearly articulated in standard dialect;
  3. analyze and interpret short texts written on performing common professional activities;
  4. formulate a brief and understandable expression and written texts for communicating in the workplace;
  5. using foreign sources of information.

(KPS). Personal and social competence

Pupil:

  1. respects the principles of culture and ethics;
  2. is creative and consistent in the implementation of tasks;
  3. provides for the consequences of actions taken;
  4. is opened to change;
  5. is able to cope with stress;
  6. updates the knowledge and improves professional skills;
  7. respects professional confidentiality;
  8. can be held responsible for their actions;
  9. is able to negotiate the terms of agreements;
  10. works as a part of team.

(developed on the basis of the Curriculum for the profession of motor vehicle mechanic, 723.103 of the structure of this type of school: basic vocational school, type of program: linear, KOWEZiU, Warsaw 2012)

I. Common aims in teaching process between occupations which are the foundation of education in a profession or group of professions

PKZ (Ea) skills which are foundation for education in the professions: telecommunications equipment fitter, mechatronics fitter-electronics, electromechanical motor vehicles, electrical engineer, electrician, telecommunications technician, technician ICT, technician, avionics technician mechatronics, electrical technician, techniques, electronics and medical informatics, motor vehicle mechanic, technician automotive technician automatic rail traffic control, electrical power engineering techniques rail transport, motorcycle mechanic, refrigeration and air conditioning techniques, techniques of lifting equipment

Pupil:

  1. uses the basic issues in the field of electrical engineering and electronics;
  2. describes the phenomena associated with DC and AC;
  3. interprets the physical quantities associated with AC;
  4. sets of the characteristics of sine waves of the type y = A sin (ωt + φ);
  5. applies the law to the electrical calculation and estimation of the size of electrical circuits and electronic circuits;
  6. recognizes the parts and electrical systems and electronics;
  7. draws schematic diagrams and installation electrical and electronic systems;
  8. distinguishes parameters of components and electrical and electronic systems;
  9. uses a technical drawing of the mounting and installation work;
  10. selects tools and measuring instruments and performs work in the field of the mechanical components and electronic equipment;
  11. performs work in the field of manual processing;
  12. describes the functions of components and electrical and electronic systems on the basis of technical documentation;
  13. takes the connection components and electrical and electronic based on circuit diagrams and assembly;
  14. selects the methods and instruments for measuring parameters of electronic circuits and electronic equipment;
  15. takes measurements of electrical components, electrical and electronic systems;
  16. presents the results of measurements and calculations in the form of tables and graphs;
  17. uses the technical documentation, catalogs and manuals, and adheres to the standards in this regard;
  18. uses computer programs supporting the execution of tasks.

PKZ (Ma) skills which are foundation for vocational education: mechanic-operator vehicles and agricultural machinery, watchmaker, optician mechanic, mechanic precision mechanic industrial automation and precision equipment, mechanic-fitter machinery and equipment, motor vehicle mechanic, operator of machine tools locksmith, blacksmith, fitter hulls, car tinsmith, tinsmith, painter, techniques, optician, mechanic engineering, mechanic ship, techniques shipbuilding techniques vehicles, techniques of agricultural mechanization, mechanic, fitter mechatronics, electrical engineer vehicle technician mechatronics technician of road transport, techniques, energetics, modeler foundry techniques, drilling technician underground mining techniques borehole mining, techniques, surface mining, techniques, processing of solid minerals, techniques caster, techniques metallurgist operator foundry machines and equipment, the operator of machines and equipment metallurgical operator of machines and equipment for processing plastic, the operator of machines and equipment for plastics processing, goldsmith-jeweler, motorcycle mechanic, refrigeration and air conditioning techniques, techniques of lifting equipment

Pupil:

  1. respects the principles of drawing a technical drawing machine;
  2. draws sketches of machine parts;
  3. prepares technical drawings using computer technology;
  4. distinguishes parts of machinery and equipment;
  5. distinguishes types of connections;
  6. respects the principles of tolerance and fits;
  7. distinguishes construction materials and supplies;
  8. distinguishes means of internal transport;
  9. selects the modes of transport and storage of materials;
  10. recognizes the types of corrosion and determine the methods of protection against corrosion;
  11. distinguishes the techniques and methods of producing machine parts and equipment;
  12. distinguishes machines, devices and tools for hand and machine;
  13. distinguishes measuring instruments used during manual processing and machine;
  14. takes measurements Workshop;
  15. distinguishes the methods of quality control of work performed;
  16. defines the structure and respects the principles of operation of machinery and equipment;
  17. uses the technical documentation of machines and equipment and complies with the standards for technical drawing, machine parts, construction materials and consumables;
  18. uses computer programs supporting the execution of tasks.

PKZ (M.g) skills constitute the foundation of education in the professions: motor vehicle mechanic, automotive technician, automotive electrical engineer, mechanic-operator vehicles and agricultural machinery, agricultural mechanization techniques

Pupil:

  1. performs operations control and maintenance of vehicles;
  2. applies the provisions of the law on road traffic and vehicle drivers;
  3. respects the principles of driving;
  4. performs activities related to the conduct and operation of the motor vehicle to the extent necessary to obtain a driving license category B.

II. Learning outcomes relevant to qualifications in motor vehicle mechanic profession

M.18. Diagnosing and repairing of components and assemblies of motor vehicles

1. Diagnose components and assemblies of motor vehicles

Pupil:

  1. adopts a motor vehicle diagnostic and prepares documentation of acceptance;
  2. prepares a motor vehicle diagnostics;
  3. characterizes the construction of motor vehicles and explains the principles of components and assembly of these vehicles;
  4. defines the components and assemblies of a motor vehicle;
  5. uses the tools and measuring instruments to perform diagnostics of vehicles;
  6. selects the method and the extent of diagnostic components and assemblies of motor vehicles;
  7. uses computer programs for the diagnosis of motor vehicles;
  8. takes measurements and diagnostic tests vehicles and interpret their results;
  9. evaluates the technical condition of vehicles.

2. Repair teams and components of motor vehicles

Pupil:

  1. locates the damaged assemblies and components of vehicles on the basis of measurements and results of diagnostic tests;
  2. assesses the cost of repairs of motor vehicles;
  3. selects the method and determines the scope of the repairing a motor vehicle;
  4. takes disassembly of assemblies and sub-assemblies of vehicles;
  5. carries out the verification of assemblies and sub-assemblies of vehicles;
  6. selects the assemblies or subassemblies of motor vehicles or their substitutes to replace;
  7. replaces defective assemblies and components of vehicles using the equipment and workshop tools;
  8. performs assembly of subassemblies and assemblies of motor vehicles;
  9. performs maintenance assemblies and sub-assemblies of vehicles;
  10. explains the rules for the operation of motor vehicles and selects consumables;
  11. carry out trials after repairing of motor vehicles;
  12. assess the quality of repairing and determines its cost.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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