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1 T146 Electro Mechanical Engineering Technician MTCU Code Program Learning Outcomes Synopsis of the Vocational Learning Outcomes* The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to: 1. fabricate mechanical components and assemblies, and assemble electrical components and electronic assemblies by applying workshop skills and knowledge of basic shop practices in accordance with applicable codes and safety practices. 2. interpret and produce electrical, electronic, and mechanical drawings and other related documents and graphics to appropriate engineering standards. 3. select and use a variety of troubleshooting techniques and test equipment to assess electromechanical circuits, equipment, processes, systems, and subsystems. 4. modify, maintain, and repair electrical, electronic, and mechanical components, equipment, and systems to ensure that they function according to specifications. 5. apply the principles of engineering, mathematics, and science to analyze and solve routine technical problems and to complete work related to electromechanical engineering. 6. assist in the specification of manufacturing materials, processes, and operations to support the design and production of mechanical components. 7. analyze, build, and troubleshoot logic and digital circuits, passive AC and DC circuits, and active circuits. 8. apply, install, test, and troubleshoot a variety of mechanical, electrical, and electronic control systems. 9. install and troubleshoot basic computer hardware and programming to support the electromechanical engineering environment. 10. maintain and troubleshoot automated equipment including robotic systems. 11. establish and maintain inventory, records, and documentation systems. 12. select for purchase electromechanical equipment, components, and systems that fulfill the job requirements and functional specifications. 13. assist in quality-control and quality-assurance programs and procedures. 14. perform all work in accordance with relevant law, policies, codes, regulations, safety procedures, and standard shop practices. 15. develop personal and professional strategies and plans to improve job performance and work relationships with clients, coworkers, and supervisors.

2 ELEMENTS OF PERFORMANCE 1. The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to fabricate mechanical components and assemblies, and assemble electrical components and electronic assemblies by applying workshop skills and knowledge of basic shop practices in accordance with applicable codes and safety practices. 1. select, operate, and maintain hand and power tools according to standard practice 2. apply soldering and desoldering techniques 3. assemble printed circuit boards (PCB) 4. prepare wire and cable assemblies 5. repair and replace electrical, electronic, and mechanical components 6. use basic machine shop skills such as turning, milling, metal bending, drilling, tapping, machining, and cutting according to job specifications 7. design, test, and troubleshoot electrical panel assemblies 8. analyze components of a breadboard and a PCB 9. operate equipment according to job requirements and specifications 2. The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to interpret and produce electrical, electronic, and mechanical drawings and other related documents and graphics to appropriate engineering standards. 1. produce or reproduce drawings using computer- aided drafting 2. produce and modify drawings effectively 3. interpret and prepare electrical, electronic, and mechanical specifications and project- related documents 4. use computer software and other technology to produce effective sketches, diagrams, charts, tables, and graphs 5. organize and prepare documents in accordance with recognized standards (e.g.company standards, CSA, ISO, electrical codes) 3. The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to select and use a variety of troubleshooting techniques and test equipment to assess electromechanical circuits, equipment, processes, systems, and subsystems. 1. use standard mechanical, electrical, and electronic testing and measurement equipment such as scopes, digital voltmetre (DVM), protocol analysers, cable testers, calipers, verniers, and voltmeters 2. use a variety of references including colleagues, manufacturers manuals, handbooks, and electronic references (e.g., Internet, CD- ROM) to complete troubleshooting

3 3. troubleshoot in accordance with principles and practices of electromechanical engineering procedures and practices 4. use the correct testing equipment and setup for the accurate assessment of equipment performance 5. test, maintain, and repair equipment 6. upgrade equipment when appropriate 7. follow established service schedules 8. diagnose electromechanical system problems using appropriate test instrumentation, schematics, and technical reference manuals 9. determine whether a fault is electrical, electronic, software, or mechanical in nature 10. recommend appropriate repair process and initiate repair 11. follow safety practices in testing and operating conditions 4. The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to modify, maintain, and repair electrical, electronic, and mechanical components, equipment, and systems to ensure that they function according to specifications. 1. install, configure, and commission components, equipment, and systems 2. operate equipment according to functional specifications and safety procedures 3. establish and follow regular inspection and service schedules 4. select, install, troubleshoot, repair, and modify equipment to keep operations running efficiently 5. operate, adjust, and repair common types of instrumentation 6. test, troubleshoot, and repair typical electromechanical systems such as replacing wiring, fluid power valving, piping, and electromechanical devices 7. repair electrical and electronic systems, including devices, subsystems, wiring, and cabling to circuit board level 8. replace boards (e.g., motherboards) 5. The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to apply the principles of engineering, mathematics, and science to analyse and solve routine technical problems and to complete work related to electromechanical engineering. 1. apply mathematical techniques to solve applied science problems and make decisions 2. apply knowledge of mechanical, electrical, electronic, and automation technologies to solve routine problems and complete electromechanical engineering tasks 3. use mathematical and scientific analysis to assist in the design process 4. perform engineering calculations accurately using appropriate mathematics including algebra and trigonometry 5. use mathematical and scientific terminology accurately 6. apply mathematical and scientific analysis for troubleshooting, maintaining, and testing components, equipment, and systems

4 7. apply engineering principles to the analysis and construction of mechanical components, equipment, systems, and engineering projects 8. verify and record solutions by using diverse problem solving techniques 6. The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to assist in the specification of manufacturing materials, processes, and operations to support the design and production of mechanical components. 1. troubleshoot, source, and select mechanical power transmission components and systems 2. analyse mechanical components and prototypes used in manufacturing processes and systems analyse properties of materials and assess their suitability for use in a mechanical system 3. recognize the effects of manufacturing processes on materials and on the design and production of components 4. use systematic approaches to assist in the identification and resolution of technical problems 5. identify and apply material testing methods 6. assist in sourcing material, tools, equipment, supplies, and services related to production of components 7. apply knowledge of manufacturing techniques to support the manufacturing and handling of components 7. The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to analyse, build, and troubleshoot logic and digital circuits, passive AC and DC circuits, and active circuits. 1. perform conversions in and among number systems such as hexadecimal, decimal, octal, binary, and binary- coded decimal 2. analyse and troubleshoot circuits which have programmable logic devices (PLD) 3. analyse and troubleshoot combinational logic circuits, sequential logic circuits, and analog- to- digital and digital- to- analog conversion circuits 4. apply Ohm s Law and Kirchhoff s Laws to circuit analysis 5. apply superposition and Thevenin s theorems to analyse AC and DC circuits 6. identify, select, and apply passive components in AC and DC circuits to fulfill job requirements and functional specification 7. analyse resistance, inductance, capacitance (RLC) circuits 8. identify, analyse, and distinguish waveform properties 9. identify and select analog semiconducting devices to meet job requirements and functional specifications 10. analyse and troubleshoot circuits such as linear and non- linear amplifiers, oscillators, pulse circuits, and active filters using discrete components and integrated circuits, phase- locked loops (PLL) and frequency synthesizers, powersupplies, and semiconductor gating circuits

5 11. build, test, and troubleshoot electrical and electronic circuits 8. The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to apply, install, test, and troubleshoot a variety of mechanical, electrical, and electronic control systems. 1. select and troubleshoot analog and digital sensors 2. apply knowledge of electric motor fundamentals to control systems 3. apply electromechanical knowledge to single- and three- phase industrial and domestic electrical distribution 4. analyse and modify control processes 5. integrate controls and machinery 6. use, adjust, and maintain instrumentation 7. integrate a variety of industrial components with programmable logic controls (PLC) 8. apply, install, test, and troubleshoot PLC systems 9. apply knowledge of control relays and drives (e.g., variable frequency drive [VFD]) to build, test, and troubleshoot motor controls (open loop) 10. apply principles of mechanics and fluid power* to build, test, and troubleshoot mechanical systems 11. build, test, and troubleshoot pneumatic circuits 12. build, test, and troubleshoot hydraulic components and systems 13. solve efficiency, power loss, and energy problems in electrical and hydraulic systems 14. test and measure fluid pressures and flow characteristics 15. test electrical, electronic, and mechanical controls used in electrical and fluid power* systems 16. integrate motion control and electrical and fluid power* equipment 17. integrate electronic control equipment (e.g., discrete devices, PLCs, sensors, robot application programs) into typical small Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) work cell environments so that an overall system performs to specification 18. apply Boolean logic to industrial control systems * Fluid Power is the study of Hydraulics and Pneumatics. It includes, but is not limited to, the design of control/logic systems and related component/system theory, including the properties of fluids, for both Hydraulic and Pneumatic systems. 9. The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to install and troubleshoot basic computer hardware and programming to support the electromechanical engineering environment. 1. select, configure, install, and troubleshoot industrial communication protocols 2. use knowledge of computer systems and application software to resolve routine technical problems 3. apply knowledge of hardware and application software to maintain effective computer operations

6 10. The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to maintain and troubleshoot automated equipment including robotic systems. 1. analyse the effectiveness of robots in a variety of industrial processes 2. troubleshoot integrated robotic systems 3. test a variety of digital display and recording processes and systems 4. install and repair automated manufacturing equipment found in manufacturing facilities 5. apply knowledge of robot programming and operating protocol 11. The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to establish and maintain inventory, records, and documentation systems. 1. prepare technical documentation such as operator procedures, maintenance procedures, repair procedures, and installation procedures 2. interpret and use information from technical manuals 3. manage electronic and/or paper- based systems to store and retrieve information 4. maintain current, clear, and accurate electromechanical engineering- related documents 5. use records and inventories to prepare reports 6. prepare and maintain parts inventory and installation records 7. prepare and maintain maintenance and service logs 8. document clearly work processes such as problem- solving methodologies, troubleshooting procedures, and prototype evolution (e.g., problems, modifications) 9. follow established procedures of inventory control 10. document the design, testing, modification, and application of electrical, electronic, and mechanical equipment and systems 12. The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to select for purchase electromechanical equipment, components, and systems that fulfill the job requirements and functional specifications. 1. research and identify potential sources of equipment, components, and systems 2. select and troubleshoot motors and drives 3. contact clients, manufacturers, consultants, and suppliers to obtain information required to select and purchase appropriate equipment, components, and systems 4. determine requirements and functional specifications of equipment, components, and systems for procurement 5. recommend appropriate equipment, components, and systems 6. determine adequate substitutes when necessary 7. select equipment, components, and systems by consulting manufacturers specifications, catalogues, and electronic sources (e.g., Internet, CD- ROM)

7 8. research, collect, process, and interpret data necessary to complete the purchasing process 9. recognize the importance of using standardized parts to facilitate troubleshooting and reduce spare parts inventory 13. The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to assist in quality- control and quality- assurance programs and procedures. 1. follow maintenance schedules 2. apply preventive and predictive maintenance techniques 3. observe, record, assess, and report compliance with appropriate maintenance procedures and specifications 4. inspect components using appropriate measuring instruments as required 5. report test results in accordance with organizational maintenance procedures and specifications 6. apply knowledge of maintenance procedures and programs to improve work performance 7. apply functional specifications, procedures, and relevant standards applicable to electromechanical engineering 8. select and use appropriate procedures, measurement, and testing equipment 9. program test equipment to generate appropriate test vectors 14. The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to perform all work in accordance with relevant law, policies, codes, regulations, safety procedures, and standard shop practices. 1. follow the appropriate procedures and practices (e.g., Lockout/Tagout Standard) to ensure proper shutdown of equipment before maintenance and servicing activities are performed 2. adhere to applicable workplace codes including those relating to electrical and mechanical work environments, explosive environments, hazardous material handling, and safety 3. follow safety policies and practices established by government agencies (e.g., the Occupational Health and Safety Agency, the Ministry of Labour, the Ministry of the 4. Environment) 5. test, store, and handle electrical, electronic, and mechanical equipment according to industry standards (e.g., American National Standards Institute, electrical codes) 6. apply regulatory and licensing requirements (e.g., NEMA ratings) when completing installations, maintenance, and repairs of electrical, electronic, and mechanical equipment 7. conduct safety inspections of the workplace to detect, report, and correct, where possible, hazardous conditions 8. recognize legal principles affecting contracts with clients 9. comply with work specifications and other technical documents 10. understand workers rights (e.g., Occupational Health and Safety Act) 11. apply knowledge of safety products such as safety relays and safety interlock devices and ground fault circuit interrupters

8 15. The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to develop personal and professional strategies and plans to improve job performance and work relationships with clients, coworkers, and supervisors. 1. assist in the instruction and supervision of other workers 2. apply principles of customer service when dealing with customers 3. apply a systematic approach to decision making 4. keep abreast of changes in the field of electromechanical engineering 5. take into account the importance of active participation in professional associations and acquisition of professional certification 6. use appropriate self- management techniques (e.g., time management, stress management) 7. recognize the importance of ongoing professional development to enhance general job performance 8. apply team work and interpersonal knowledge and skills when communicating and working with clients, coworkers and supervisors 9. act reliably, flexibly, and tactfully when dealing with clients, coworkers, and supervisors; and use good judgement in all interpersonal situations *Source: Extracted from the Provincial Vocational Outcomes 2003

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