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1 E n g i n e F u n d a m e n t a l s a n d S e r v i c e ( 1 1 A ) 30S/30E/30M An Automotive Technology Course

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3 : E n g i n e F u n d a m e n t a l s a n d S e r v i c e ( 1 1 A ) 3 0 S / 3 0 E / 3 0 M Course Description A student wanting to develop skills in the automotive service and repair industry must have knowledge of the basic principles of the internal combustion engine, the inner workings and relations of the engine components, and how those relate to vehicle operation. The student will learn the procedures to service, repair, and replace engines and their components. Goal 1: Describe and apply appropriate health and safety practices. GLO 1.1: Describe and apply appropriate health and safety practices. SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A Demonstrate awareness of the principles of Workplace Hazardous Materials Information Systems (WHMIS). Identify the safety requirements as they apply to WHMIS. (A2.9) (Level 1) Describe the purpose of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). Demonstrate the ability to follow safety information on supplier labels. Follow safe practices and procedures for facilities, processes, materials, tools, and equipment used in an automotive shop. Locate first aid and eyewash station. Recognize, report, and control hazards (e.g., electrical, ergonomic, material handling, chemicals, and spills). (A2.6) (Level 1) SLO 11A Identify and control hazards. (A2.10) (Level 1) SLO 11A SLO 11A Identify the process for reporting injuries. Identify ergonomically correct procedures to avoid injury (e.g., stress, strain). (A2.5) (Level 1) SLO 11A Describe hybrid vehicle safety hazards. (G1.2) (Level 1) SLO 11A SLO 11A Describe the importance of using personal protective equipment (PPE), and identify PPE and procedures related to PPE. (A2.2) (TSA 16) Outline the safety principles for working on and around electrical or energized equipment. (A2.3) (TSA 18) 8697: Engine Fundamentals and Service (11A) 3

4 SLO 11A SLO 11A Identify fire safety and outline workplace fire safety principles. (A2.4) (TSA 19) Identify the hazards in confined spaces and the preparation needed to work in them. (A2.7) (TSA 20) SLO 11A Identify safety and health requirements. (A2.1) (Level 1) SLO 11A Identify first aid/cpr. (A2.8) (Level 1) SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to the use of tools and equipment. (A3.1) (Level 1) Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to hoisting and lifting. (A4.2) (Level 1) Create and maintain a safe and organized working environment. GLO 1.2: Demonstrate awareness of safety as it pertains to the Trade Safety Awareness Manual. SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A Explain the importance of trade safety and health in reducing injuries and fatalities to young employees in Manitoba. (TSA 1) Describe the rights and responsibilities of employees, employers, and supervisors under the Workplace Safety and Health Act. (TSA 2) Describe the steps to use in the Right to Refuse process. (TSA 3) Explain how and where to find information on workplace safety and health. (TSA 4) Demonstrate how to handle a potentially dangerous work situation. (TSA 5) SLO 11A Explain the S.A.F.E. acronym. (TSA 6) SLO 11A Define workplace safety and health hazards. (TSA 7) SLO 11A SLO 11A Give examples of trade-specific workplace safety and health hazards. (TSA 8) Give examples of five types of safety and health hazards. (TSA 9) SLO 11A Define workplace safety and health risk. (TSA 10) SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A Give examples of trade-specific workplace safety and health risks. (TSA 11) Explain the principles of hazard recognition and control as they apply to the specific trade. (TSA 12) Match the WHMIS hazardous materials symbols and their meanings. (TSA 14) : Engine Fundamentals and Service (11A)

5 SLO 11A SLO 11A Describe the importance of the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). (TSA 15) Demonstrate proper selection and use of a variety of personal protective equipment and fall protection systems. (TSA 17) Goal 2: Select, use, and manage tools, equipment, materials, and consumables. GLO 2.1: Select, use, and manage tools and equipment. SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A Select, use, and manage tools and equipment used in engine fundamentals and service. Identify types of hoisting and lifting equipment and accessories, and describe their applications. (A4.4) (Level 1) Describe and demonstrate the procedures used when hoisting and lifting. (A4.5) (Level 1) Describe the procedures used to inspect, maintain, and store hoisting and lifting equipment. (A4.6) (Level 1) Select and operate dial indicators and attachments. Explain the purpose and functions of a scan tool in the automotive service and repair industry. Demonstrate the ability to locate the Assembly Line Diagnostic Link (ALDL) connector and operate the scan tool. Demonstrate scan tool information retrieval. GLO 2.2: Select, use, and manage materials and consumables. SLO 11A Describe the use of gaskets, seals, and sealants in automotive applications. GLO 2.3: Demonstrate welding and cutting. No applicable SLOs. Goal 3: Describe, inspect, diagnose, service, and repair automotive components and systems. GLO 3.1: Describe automotive components and systems. SLO 11A SLO 11A Describe the construction and principles and operation of various types of internal combustion engines. Describe engine designs and operation of related components. 8697: Engine Fundamentals and Service (11A) 5

6 SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A Describe the construction and function of major engine subassemblies and related components (i.e., cooling, lubrication). Describe the procedures for the removal, disassembly, assessment, repair, and reinstallation of engines. Identify specific procedures required for engine break-in. GLO 3.2: Inspect and diagnose automotive components and systems. SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A Perform oil-pressure test. Perform engine compression test. Perform cylinder leak-down test. Analyze engine test results to determine suitable repair procedures. Diagnose engine components and isolate sub-system malfunctions. GLO 3.3: Service and repair automotive components and systems. SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A Create an estimate and parts list for engine repair. Disassemble and assess engine components for allowable tolerances, wear, and damage. Clean engine block and cylinder head components. Inspect and measure engine block, cylinder head, and related components. Assemble and/or repair and/or replace components. Identify procedures required for final testing and inspection. Goal 4: Describe and apply the transferable cross-curricular knowledge and skills. GLO 4.1: Demonstrate the application of information and communication technologies. SLO 11A Demonstrate awareness of shop management software (e.g., electronic work order software). GLO 4.2: Read, interpret, and communicate information. SLO 11A Identify and interpret identification codes found on the vehicle and vehicle components (i.e., VIN). (A6.2) (Level 1) : Engine Fundamentals and Service (11A)

7 SLO 11A Identify audiences and describe techniques for effective verbal and non-verbal communication. (A5.1) (Level 1) GLO 4.3: Demonstrate mathematical skills. SLO 11A SLO 11A Demonstrate familiarity with imperial and metric units (e.g., volume, torque). Demonstrate trade-related calculations as specified by instructor. (A7.4) (Level 1) GLO 4.4: Demonstrate skills in the sciences. SLO 11A Demonstrate knowledge of science as it relates to engine fundamentals and service. Goal 5: Demonstrate an understanding of sustainability. GLO 5.1: Demonstrate an understanding of sustainability. SLO 11A Demonstrate an understanding of how and why lightweight and recyclable materials are used in vehicle production. Goal 6: Follow ethical and legal standards. GLO 6.1: Follow ethical and legal standards. SLO 11A Demonstrate an awareness of legislation related to automotive systems and service. Goal 7: Demonstrate employability skills. GLO 7.1: Demonstrate employability skills. SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A SLO 11A Demonstrate problem-solving skills. Demonstrate critical-thinking skills. Demonstrate regular attendance and punctuality. Demonstrate accountability by taking responsibility for their actions. Demonstrate adaptability, initiative, and effort. Accept and follow direction and feedback. Demonstrate teamwork skills. Stay on task and use time effectively. Communicate respectively and effectively. 8697: Engine Fundamentals and Service (11A) 7

8 GLO 7.2: Demonstrate an understanding of the business operation of a repair/service facility. No applicable SLOs. Goal 8: Understand educational and career opportunities. GLO 8.1: Understand educational and career opportunities. SLO 11A SLO 11A Demonstrate an awareness of specialized occupations in the automotive service and repair industry. Demonstrate an awareness of apprenticeship. Goal 9: Explore evolution, technological progression, and emerging trends. GLO 9.1: Explore evolution, technological progression, and emerging trends. SLO 11A Demonstrate an understanding of the evolution, technological progression, and emerging trends in engine fundamentals and service : Engine Fundamentals and Service (11A)

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