European Qualifications Framework (EQF) has 8 levels (1 – the lowest, 8 – the highest).
Levels reflect the complexity level of acquired knowledge, skills and competences (learning outcomes).
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Learning outcomes are formulated in accordance with the relevant occupational standard: Occupational standards register
1. The KNOWLEDGE of the materials used in car manufacturing at the level of notion.
2. The knowledge necessary at the level of understanding to perform the basic tasks of professional activity:
2.1. work safety requirements;
2.2. fire safety rules;
2.3. electrical safety rules;
2.4. work organisation of the company;
2.6. environmental protection requirements;
2.7. collective protection means;
2.8. impact of maintenance materials on a human’s organism and environment;
2.9. hazard classes of chemical substances and chemical products and their indications;
2.10. workplace ergonomics;
2.11. basics of car design;
2.12. aggregate operating principles;
2.13. types of parts connections;
2.14. reasons for refusal of assemblies and subassemblies;
2.15. structure and operating principle of the engine and its system;
2.16. structure and operation of steering equipment;
2.17. structure and operation of the node and running gear aggregates;
2.18. structure of the braking system;
2.19. structure and operation of the transmission constituent aggregates and nodes;
2.20. structure and working principle of the car electrical equipment;
2.21. construction of the car body, location and operation of thedevices in it;
2.22. legal employment regulations;
2.23. basics of organisation psychology
2.24. professional terminology in the state language and in one foreign language (English, German or Russian ).
3. The knowledge necassary for performance of the basic tasks of the professional activity at the level of use:
3.1. operating rules and safety requirements for lifting equipment and technical service equipment;
3.2. types and use of fuels, oils, lubricants, technical fluids, car cosmetics;
3.3. internal procedure rules of the company;
3.4. types, division and use of tools;
3.5. technical information and instructions of the works to be performed;
3.6. hazardous factors of the working environment;
3.7. ergonomic principles;
3.8. first aid;
3.9. occupational hygiene and culture;
3.10. individual protection means;
3.11. storage and utilisation of hazardous waste and utilisation;
3.12. disassembly –assembly of external devices and components of the engine;
3.13. disassembly –assembly of the steering equipment;
3.14. disassembly –assembly of the running gear nodes and parts;
3.15. tyre replacement and wheel balancing
3.16. replacement of the damaged and worn nodes and parts of the braking system;
3.17. disassembly –assembly technology of the clutch and cardan;
3.18. disassembly –assembly of the transmission unit;
3.19. disassembly –assembly of the devices placed in the car body;
3.20. replacement of parts;
3.21. applied communication;
3.22. professional ethics;
3.23. state language;
3.24. one foreign language (English, German or Russian language) at the communication level.
1. To plan and organise work place according to the internal procedure rules of the company.
2. To meet labour protection requirements.
3. To meet electrical and fire safety requirements.
4. To provide the first aid.
5. To meet environmental protection requirements.
6. To store and utilize hazardous waste
7. To use individual and collective protection means.
8. To work with lifting equipment and devices.
9. To use tools and auxiliary equipment appropriate for the work task.
10. To use appropriate maintenance materials (fuels, oils, lubricants, technical fluids, car cosmetics)
11. To use measuring instruments and diagnostic devices and equipment.
12. To read drawings, electrical and kinematic diagrams.
13. To draw sketches.
14. To use technical information and instructions for the work performance.
15. To obtain information from electrical databases and internet.
16. To make car technical service according to technical information and work instructions.
17. To change tyres and balance wheels.
18. To repair electrical machines, devices and lighting details.
20. To make car engine repair.
21. To make repair of car aggregates, or, if necessary, send them to specialised workshops.
22. To perform disassembly – assembly and make repair of the car running gear, suspension, clutch and universal joint.
23. To make repair of the steering equipment, constituent equipment and nodes.
24. To make repair of braking system’s constituent mechanisms.
25. To replace the worn or damaged parts, assemblies and devices in the car body.
26. To check the technical condition of the body and remove the detected defects by replacing or adjusting parts.
27. To perform replacement for car’s body parts (glazing, internal and external finishing, sealing components).
28. To perform technical maintenance and repair of the body equipment and comfort devices.
29. To use the professional terminology of the industry in the state language and in one foreign language (in English, German or Russian).
30. To have a good command of the state language.
31. To master one foreign language (English, German or Russian) at the communication level.
32. To cooperate with clients and provide professional information on the work amount, pricing and other questions the client is interested in.
33. To carry out the work records documents and draw up documents on the provided services.
34. To use a computer.
35. To perform the work independently and in a team.
36. To deal with problematic situations.
1. Ability to plan and organise the own work and work place by observing labour protection, electrical, fire safety and environmental protection requirements.
2. Ability to ensure safe working conditions to oneself and other employees by using appropriate work methods and aids.
3. Ability to meet the internal procedure requirements characteristic of the industry and particular work place.
4. Ability to provide the correct use and maintenance of the assigned tools and equipment.
5. Ability to use technical information and observe instructions, use s computer in the professional activity.
6. Ability to choose and use instruments and auxiliary devices according to technical information and instructions.
7. Ability to ensure technical maintenance of the car.
8. Ability to use measuring instruments and devices necessary for high quality performance of the work;
9. Ability to orientate oneself in the car design to make disassembly –assembly of aggregates, mechanisms and joints.
10. Ability to assemble tyres and balance wheels.
11. Ability to replace electrical parts and lightning details of the car.
12. Ability to perform disassembly –assembly works.
13. Ability to find a solution in non-standard situations by using electrical and kinematic diagrams.
14. Ability to read drawings, electrical and kinematic diagrams.
15. Ability to solve conflict situations.
16. Ability to self-educate, improve the professional competence independently according to the applied technology and technical development level.
17. Ability to communicate, listen to others, use arguments to explain one’s point of view when solving work tasks.
18. Ability to communicate in the state language and one foreign language.
19. Ability to cooperate with clients and provide information about services.
20. Ability to obtain, check and assess the information necessary for the work performance and provide it to clients.
Engineering and engineering trades (071)Detailed field: (ISCED 2013)
Motor vehicles, ships and aircraft (0716)Education
Secondary educationQualification type
Vocational (continuing education)Full or partial