UNIT OF COMPENTENCE 4 – Clean, repair and refurbish


DESCRIPTION:

The Module has the following objectives:

The final goal of this module is that the student has knowledge of the different types and brands of household appliances. The student knows the characteristics, design, construction and function of each appliance. He/she is aware of the workflow for cleaning, repairing and refurbishing. The spare parts market doesn’t have any secrets for the course participant.

The trainee is able to clean, refurbish and repair any household appliance. S/He knows about the technical regulations of electrical household appliances and has knowledge of the general health and safety regulations at the workplace.

 

DURATION OF MODULE 4:  128 hours

 

SUB UNIT 1 – MEASURING IS KNOWING

DURATION: 8 hours

DIDACTIC MATERIAL:

  1. Didactic setups of household appliances
  2. PC
  3. Beamer
  4. Multimeter
  5. Schemes
  6. Manual tools
  7. Supporting documents (course book, ppt presentations,…)
  8. to be completed

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Didactic setups of household appliances
  2. PC
  3. Beamer
  4. Multimeter
  5. Schemes
  6. Manual tools
  7. Supporting documents (course book, ppt presentations,…)
  8. to be completed

 

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Measuring electrical components of household appliances
  2. Analysing errors through measurements

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

SKILLS COMPETENCE
Measure different electrical parameters with a multimeter.

Interpret schematic diagrams.

Decide if a household appliance is eligible for repairing or refurbishing.

Report any irregularities or faults.

Didactic material:

SUB UNIT 2 – REFRIGERATION APPLIANCES - ELECTRIC PART

DURATION: 4 hours

DIDACTIC MATERIAL:

  1. Didactic setups of household appliances
  2. A variety of refrigerators and freezers
  3. PC
  4. Beamer
  5. Multimeter
  6. Schemes
  7. Manual tools
  8. Supporting documents (course book, ppt presentations,…)
  9. Videos
  10. to be completed

 

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Recognize and understand start and safety systems of compressors, evaporator
  2. Thermostats, components in a control circuit

Refrigeration operations may only be carried out by a recognized refrigeration technician. Therefore this sub-unit only focuses on the electrical part of refrigerations/freezers.

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

SKILLS COMPETENCE
  1. Recognize the technical specifications associated to different types of brands of household appliances.
  2. Select the appropriate tools and products to clean, repair and refurbish household appliances.
  3. Disassemble and assemble (electrical part) each type of household appliance.
  4. Detect and fix errors in household appliances.
  5. Decide if a household appliance is eligible for repairing or refurbishing.
  6. Comply with procedures previously established.
  7. Demonstrate organisational, planning and time management skills.
  8. Work in a team, assuming a specific role and sharing the responsibility of decisions taken
  9. Distinguish the different steps of the repairing or refurbishing processes.
  10. Follow the steps of the repairing or refurbishing processes.
  11. Measure different electrical parameters with a multimeter.
  12. Interpret schematic diagrams.
  13. Discuss types and brands in detail using the diagrams.
  14. Operate the appropriate and necessary machines and tools.
  15. Follow the technical regulations of electrical household appliances and the health and safety regulations in the workplace
  1. Decide if a household appliance is eligible for repairing or refurbishing.
  2. Comply with procedures previously established.
  3. Demonstrate organisational, planning and time management skills.
  4. Work in a team, assuming a specific role and sharing the responsibility of decisions taken
  5. Distinguish the different steps of the repairing or refurbishing processes.
  6. Follow the steps of the repairing or
  7. refurbishing processes.
  8. Measure different electrical parameters with a multimeter.
  9. Interpret schematic diagrams.
  10. Discuss types and brands in detail using the diagrams.
  11. Operate the appropriate and necessary machines and tools.
  12. Follow the technical regulations of electrical household appliances and the health and safety regulations in the workplace.
  13. Demonstrate capacities of management taking into account customer demands, towards a quality-oriented service.

Didactic material:

SUB UNIT 3 – COOKING APPLIANCES

DURATION: 12 hours

 

DIDACTIC MATERIAL:

  1. Didactic setups of cooking appliances
  2. A variety of cooking appliances
  3. PC
  4. Beamer
  5. Multimeter
  6. Schemes
  7. Manual tools
  8. Supporting documents (course book, ppt presentations,…)
  9. Videos

 

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Identify if a household appliance is eligible for repairing or refurbishing
  2. Disassemble the appliance
  3. Select the specific parts of the appliance to be repaired or refurbished
  4. Replace faulty parts with new ones or upgrade parts and repairing the appliance base on specific errors
  5. Assemble the appliance
  6. Check if the appliance is working properly after repairing/refurbishing process
  7. Cleaning the device
  8. Module4_Unit3

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

SKILLS COMPETENCE
  1. Recognize the technical specifications associated to different types of brands of household appliances.
  2. Select the appropriate tools and products to clean, repair and refurbish household appliances.
  3. Disassemble and assemble (electrical part) each type of household appliance.
  4. Detect and fix errors in household appliances.
  5. Distinguish the different steps of the repairing or refurbishing processes.
  6. Follow the steps of the repairing or refurbishing processes.
  7. Measure different electrical parameters with a multimeter.
  8. Interpret schematic diagrams.
  9. Discuss types and brands in detail using the diagrams.
  10. Operate the appropriate and necessary machines and tools.
  11. Follow the technical regulations of electrical household appliances and the health and safety regulations in the workplace.
  1. Decide if a household appliance is eligible for repairing or refurbishing.
  2. Comply with procedures previously established.
  3. Demonstrate organisational, planning and time management skills.
  4. Work in a team, assuming a specific role and sharing the responsibility of decisions taken
  5. Demonstrate capacities of management taking into account customer demands, towards a quality-oriented service.
  6. Report any irregularities or faults.

 

Didactic Material

SUB UNIT 4 – DISHWASHER

DURATION: 20 hours

 

DIDACTIC MATERIAL:

  1. Didactic setups of dishwashers
  2. A variety of dishwashers
  3. PC
  4. Beamer
  5. Multimeter
  6. Schemes
  7. Manual tools
  8. Supporting documents (course book, ppt presentations,…)
  9. Videos

 

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Identify if a household appliance is eligible for repairing or refurbishing
  2. Disassemble the appliance
  3. Select the specific parts of the appliance to be repaired or refurbished
  4. Replace faulty parts with new ones or upgrade parts and repairing the appliance based on specific errors
  5. Assemble the appliance
  6. Check if the appliance is working properly after repairing/refurbishing process
  7. Clean the device
  8. Module4_Unit4

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

SKILLS COMPETENCE
  1. Recognize the technical specifications associated to different types of brands of household appliances.
  2. Select the appropriate tools and products to clean, repair and refurbish household appliances.
  3. Disassemble and assemble (electrical part) each type of household appliance.
  4. Detect and fix errors in household appliances.
  5. Distinguish the different steps of the repairing or refurbishing processes.
  6. Follow the steps of the repairing or refurbishing processes.
  7. Measure different electrical parameters with a multimeter.
  8. Interpret schematic diagrams.
  9. Discuss types and brands in detail using the diagrams.
  10. Operate the appropriate and necessary machines and tools.
  11. Follow the technical regulations of electrical household appliances and the health and safety regulations in the workplace.
  1. Decide if a household appliance is eligible for repairing or refurbishing.
  2. Comply with procedures previously established.
  3. Demonstrate organisational, planning and time management skills.
  4. Work in a team, assuming a specific role and sharing the responsibility of decisions taken
  5. Demonstrate capacities of management taking into account customer demands, towards a quality-oriented service.
  6. Report any irregularities or faults.

 

Didactic material:

SUB UNIT 5 – WASHING MACHINES AND DRYERS

DURATION: 40 hours

 

DIDACTIC MATERIAL:

  1. Didactic setups of washing machines and dryers
  2. A variety of washing machines and dryers
  3. PC
  4. Beamer
  5. Multimeter
  6. Schemes
  7. Manual tools
  8. Supporting documents (course book, ppt presentations,…)
  9. Videos
  10. Module4_Unit5a
  11. Module4-Unit5b

 

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Identify if a household appliance is eligible for repairing or refurbishing
  2. Disassemble the appliance
  3. Select the specific parts of the appliance to be repaired or refurbished
  4. Replace faulty parts with new ones or upgrade parts and repairing the appliance based on specific errors
  5. Assemble the appliance
  6. Check if the appliance is working properly after repairing/refurbishing process
  7. Clean the device

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

SKILLS COMPETENCE
  1. Recognize the technical specifications associated to different types of brands of household appliances.
  2. Select the appropriate tools and products to clean, repair and refurbish household appliances.
  3. Disassemble and assemble (electrical part) each type of household appliance.
  4. Detect and fix errors in household appliances.
  5. Distinguish the different steps of the repairing or refurbishing processes.
  6. Follow the steps of the repairing or refurbishing processes.
  7. Measure different electrical parameters with a multimeter.
  8. Interpret schematic diagrams.
  9. Discuss types and brands in detail using the diagrams.
  10. Operate the appropriate and necessary machines and tools.
  11. Follow the technical regulations of electrical household appliances and the health and safety regulations in the workplace.
  1. Decide if a household appliance is eligible for repairing or refurbishing.
  2. Comply with procedures previously established.
  3. Demonstrate organisational, planning and time management skills.
  4. Work in a team, assuming a specific role and sharing the responsibility of decisions taken
  5. Demonstrate capacities of management taking into account customer demands, towards a quality-oriented service.
  6. Report any irregularities or faults.

 

Didactic material:

SUB UNIT 6 – COFFEE MACHINES AND ESPRESSO MACHINES

DURATION: 4 hours

 

DIDACTIC MATERIAL:

  1. Didactic setups of coffee machines and espresso machines
  2. A variety of coffee machines and espresso machines
  3. PC
  4. Beamer
  5. Multimeter
  6. Schemes
  7. Manual tools
  8. Supporting documents (course book, ppt presentations,…)
  9. Videos

 

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Identify if a household appliance is eligible for repairing or refurbishing
  2. Disassemble the appliance
  3. Select the specific parts of the appliance to be repaired or refurbished
  4. Replace faulty parts with new ones or upgrade parts and repairing the appliance based on specific errors
  5. Assemble the appliance
  6. Check if the appliance is working properly after repairing/refurbishing process
  7. Cleaning the device

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

SKILLS COMPETENCE
  1. Recognize the technical specifications associated to different types of brands of household appliances.
  2. Select the appropriate tools and products to clean, repair and refurbish household appliances.
  3. Disassemble and assemble (electrical part) each type of household appliance.
  4. Detect and fix errors in household appliances.
  5. Distinguish the different steps of the repairing or refurbishing processes.
  6. Follow the steps of the repairing or refurbishing processes.
  7. Measure different electrical parameters with a multimeter.
  8. Interpret schematic diagrams.
  9. Discuss types and brands in detail using the diagrams.
  10. Operate the appropriate and necessary machines and tools.
  11. Follow the technical regulations of electrical household appliances and the health and safety regulations in the workplace.
  1. Decide if a household appliance is eligible for repairing or refurbishing.
  2. Comply with procedures previously established.
  3. Demonstrate organisational, planning and time management skills.
  4. Work in a team, assuming a specific role and sharing the responsibility of decisions taken
  5. Demonstrate capacities of management taking into account customer demands, towards a quality-oriented service.
  6. Report any irregularities or faults.

 

Didactic material:

SUB UNIT 7 – SMALL HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES

DURATION: 4 hours

 

DIDACTIC MATERIAL:

  1. Didactic setups of small household appliances
  2. A variety of small household appliances
  3. PC
  4. Beamer
  5. Multimeter
  6. Schemes
  7. Manual tools
  8. Supporting documents (course book, ppt presentations,…)
  9. Videos
  10. 10 to be completed

 

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn about the construction and function of the different types of irons, mixers and kitchen aids
  2. Explain the purpose, use and maintenance
  3. Understand the schematic diagram of small household appliances
  4. Disassemble the appliance
  5. Discuss the types of diagrams (during disassembly)
  6. Recognize the distinction between the different motors
  7. Assemble the appliance
  8. Clean the device

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

SKILLS COMPETENCE
  1. Recognize the technical specifications associated to different types of brands of household appliances.
  2. Select the appropriate tools and products to clean, repair and refurbish household appliances.
  3. Disassemble and assemble (electrical part) each type of household appliance.
  4. Detect and fix errors in household appliances.
  5. Distinguish the different steps of the repairing or refurbishing processes.
  6. Follow the steps of the repairing or refurbishing processes.
  7. Measure different electrical parameters with a multimeter.
  8. Interpret schematic diagrams.
  9. Discuss types and brands in detail using the diagrams.
  10. Operate the appropriate and necessary machines and tools.
  11. Follow the technical regulations of electrical household appliances and the health and safety regulations in the workplace.
  1. Comply with procedures previously established.
  2. Demonstrate organisational, planning and time management skills.
  3. Work in a team, assuming a specific role and sharing the responsibility of decisions taken
  4. Demonstrate capacities of management taking into account customer demands, towards a quality-oriented service.
  5. Report any irregularities or faults.

Didactic material:

SUB UNIT 8 – SMART REPAIR & CONNECTIVITY

DURATION: 32 hours

 

DIDACTIC MATERIAL:

  1. Access to a network
  2. PC
  3. Beamer
  4. Schemes
  5. Supporting documents (course book, ppt presentations,…)
  6. Applications of speech technology
  7. to be completed

 

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Configure a network
  2. Learn about speech technology
  3. Repair devices remotely

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

SKILLS COMPETENCE
  1. Monitor devices remotely.
  2. Make diagnosis remotely.
  3. Interpret schematic diagrams.
  4. Configure a network.
  5. Integrate different appliances into a network.
  6. Follow the technical regulations of electrical household appliances and the health and safety regulations in the workplace.
  1. Decide if a household appliance is eligible for repairing or refurbishing.
  2. Demonstrate capacities of management taking into account customer demands, towards a quality-oriented service.
  3. Report any irregularities or faults.

Didactic material: