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Assessor nameAdam
Assessor registration no.TETA-ASSR09-2113
Start date6/30/2017
End date6/29/2020
Registration StatusRegistered
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Unit Standard CodeUnit StandardLearning TypeNQF LevelCredit
252026 Apply a systems approach to decision making Fundamental56
9009 Apply basic knowledge of statistics and probability to influence the use of data and procedures in order to investigate life related problems Fundamental23
12154 Apply comprehension skills to engage oral texts in a business environment Fundamental45
12155 Apply comprehension skills to engage written texts in a business environment Fundamental45
116900 Apply electrical high voltage safety instructions when working in the vicinity of or near exposed "live" high-voltage overhead track equipment Core21
9964 Apply health and safety to a work area Core23
258242 Apply principles of railway signalling concepts Core56
113863 Apply soldering techniques Core22
116866 Apply train working rules as applicable to railway signalling maintenance personnel Core413
116839 Assemble a railway track circuit Core22
116841 Assemble an apparatus case Core23
116844 Assemble an electrical points machine Core36
116898 Assemble components of a flashlight and boom level crossing warning system Elective23
116847 Assemble components of a railway signalling interlocking system Core36
116894 Assemble components of a remote control system Elective23
116891 Assemble components of an axle counter Elective22
116895 Assemble railway signalling power supply equipment Elective36
258237 Assess the condition of railway signalling equipment Core53
13217 Collect and use information Fundamental25
10270 Construct Basic Electronic Circuits Core34
116858 Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental elements of railway signalling Core38
116846 Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of mechanical railway signalling Core26
9010 Demonstrate an understanding of the use of different number bases and measurement units and an awareness of error in the context of relevant calculations Fundamental32
113860 Demonstrate an understanding of the uses and safety aspect associated with flammable energy sources Elective23
7480 Demonstrate understanding of rational and irrational numbers and number systems Fundamental23

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