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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE ASA3400: BASIC TOOLS & MATERIALS

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section One

Prerequisite: ASA3900: Apprenticeship Safety

Description: Students develop knowledge, skills and attitudes to use workshop specialty hand tools, measuring tools and fasteners.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with basic measuring tools, specialty hand tools and fastening devices, and to
instruction from an individual with specialized training and/or an automotive service technician.

ILM Resources: Measuring Tools 090101e; Specialty Hand Tools 090101f; Fastening Devices 090101g

This sample rubric is for assessing technical elements that students need to know to be successful if they challenge the first-period apprenticeship
exam. The rubric does not include the last two common outcomes that address the demonstration of teamwork and personal management and
identification of steps to achieve personal goals. It is the certificated teachers responsibility to ensure that all outcomes are taught and assessed.

Assessment Tools Notes

Checklist Prior to instruction, a copy of the checklist should be provided to the student to review outcomes that will need to
be demonstrated.
The student may use this checklist as a guide when completing this course.
The teacher should review and sign the checklist when the course is complete to ensure student outcomes have
been successfully demonstrated.

Rubric Prior to instruction, a copy of the rubric should be provided to the student to review and reflect on meeting
expectations set out in the criteria.
This rubric may be used as one element of an assessment process. Teachers should use both formative and
summative assessments to ensure students competency in this course.

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COURSE ASA3400: BASIC TOOLS & MATERIALS

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. demonstrate the correct use
of measuring tools common
to the trade

2. demonstrate the correct use


of hand tools common to the
trade

3. assemble components, using


a variety of fasteners,
adhesives and sealers
common to the trade

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE ASA3400: BASIC TOOLS & MATERIALS

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited Not Yet


Criteria Demonstrated

1. demonstrate the correct use of measuring tools common to the trade


1.1 perform calculations I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
related to measurement perform calculations calculations related to assistance to perform to perform calculations provided evidence of
using imperial and metric related to measurement measurement using calculations related to related to measurement this performance task.
units using imperial and imperial and metric measurement using using imperial and
metric units. units. imperial and metric metric units.
units.

1.2 perform linear I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
measurements using basic perform linear linear measurements assistance to perform to perform linear provided evidence of
non-precision measuring measurements using using basic linear measurements measurements using this performance task.
tools basic non-precision non-precision using basic basic non-precision
measuring tools. measuring tools. non-precision measuring tools.
measuring tools.

1.3 perform linear I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
measurements using perform linear linear measurements assistance to perform to perform linear provided evidence of
precision measuring tools measurements using using precision linear measurements measurements using this performance task.
precision measuring measuring tools. using precision precision measuring
tools. measuring tools. tools.

1.4 perform accurate torque I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
measurements perform accurate torque accurate torque assistance to perform to perform accurate provided evidence of
measurements. measurements. accurate torque torque measurements. this performance task.
measurements.

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2. demonstrate the correct use of hand tools common to this trade
2.1 perform double lap and SI I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
tube flaring perform double lap and double lap and SI tube assistance to perform to perform double lap provided evidence of
SI tube flaring. flaring. double lap and SI tube and SI tube flaring. this performance task.
flaring.

2.2 demonstrate knowledge I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and use of drills and demonstrate knowledge demonstrate assistance to to demonstrate provided evidence of
reamers and use of drills and knowledge and use of demonstrate knowledge knowledge and use of this performance task.
reamers. drills and reamers. and use of drills and drills and reamers.
reamers.

2.3 demonstrate knowledge I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and correct use of taps and demonstrate knowledge demonstrate assistance to to demonstrate provided evidence of
dies and use of taps and knowledge and use of demonstrate knowledge knowledge and use of this performance task.
dies. taps and dies. and use of taps and dies. taps and dies.

2.4 demonstrate thread repair I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and broken fastener demonstrate thread demonstrate thread assistance to to demonstrate thread provided evidence of
removal repair and broken repair and broken demonstrate thread repair and broken this performance task.
fastener removal. fastener removal. repair and broken fastener removal.
fastener removal.

2.5 describe types, uses and I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
care of hammers describe types, uses and types, uses and care of assistance to describe to describe types, uses provided evidence of
care of hammers. hammers. types, uses and care of and care of hammers. this performance task.
hammers.

2.6 describe the types, uses I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and care of screwdrivers describe the types, uses the types, uses and assistance to describe to describe the types, provided evidence of
and care of care of screwdrivers. the types, uses and care uses and care of this performance task.
screwdrivers. of screwdrivers screwdrivers.

2.7 identify the various types I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
of punches and their uses identify the various the various types of assistance to identify to identify the various provided evidence of
types of punches and punches and their the various types of types of punches and this performance task.
their uses. uses. punches and their uses. their uses.

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2.8 identify the various types I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
of chisels and their uses identify the various the various types of assistance to identify to identify the various provided evidence of
types of chisels and chisels and their uses. the various types of types of chisels and this performance task.
their uses. chisels and their uses. their uses.

2.9 describe the various I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
types of wrenches and describe the various the various types of assistance to describe to describe the various provided evidence of
their uses types of wrenches and wrenches and their the various types of types of wrenches and this performance task.
their uses. uses. wrenches and their their uses.
uses.

2.10 identify the various types I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
of pliers and their uses identify the various the various types of assistance to identify to identify the various provided evidence of
types of pliers and their pliers and their uses. the various types of types of pliers and their this performance task.
uses. pliers and their uses. uses.

2.11 identify various types of I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
holding devices identify various types various types of assistance to identify to identify various types provided evidence of
of holding devices. holding devices. various types of holding of holding devices. this performance task.
devices.

2.12 identify the various tools I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
for removing broken identify the various the various tools for assistance to identify to identify the various provided evidence of
fasteners and explain tools for removing removing broken the various tools for tools for removing this performance task.
how to use them broken fasteners and fasteners and explain removing broken broken fasteners and
explain how to use how to use them. fasteners and explain explain how to use
them. how to use them. them.

2.13 describe the procedures I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
required to safely operate describe the procedures the procedures assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
various types and required to safely required to safely the procedures required procedures required to this performance task.
capacities of shop puller operate various types operate various types to safely operate safely operate various
and capacities of shop and capacities of shop various types and types and capacities of
and pressing equipment
puller and pressing puller and pressing capacities of shop puller shop puller and pressing
equipment. equipment. and pressing equipment. equipment.

2.14 describe and use cutting I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
hand tools common to describe and use cutting and use cutting hand assistance to describe to describe and use provided evidence of
the trade hand tools common to tools common to the and use cutting hand cutting hand tools this performance task.
the trade. trade. tools common to the common to the trade.
trade.

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2.15 demonstrate how to I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
sharpen a twist drill demonstrate how to demonstrate how to assistance to to demonstrate how to provided evidence of
sharpen a twist drill. sharpen a twist drill. demonstrate how to sharpen a twist drill. this performance task.
sharpen a twist drill.

2.16 identify tools and I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
demonstrate proper identify tools and tools and demonstrate assistance to identify to identify tools and provided evidence of
thread repair techniques demonstrate proper proper thread repair tools and demonstrate demonstrate proper this performance task.
thread repair techniques. proper thread repair thread repair
techniques. techniques. techniques.

2.17 demonstrate the use of I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
tubing flaring tools; sheet demonstrate the use of demonstrate the use of assistance to to demonstrate the use provided evidence of
abrasives and grinding tubing flaring tools; tubing flaring tools; demonstrate the use of of tubing flaring tools; this performance task.
compounds; and lapping sheet abrasives and sheet abrasives and tubing flaring tools; sheet abrasives and
grinding compounds; grinding compounds; sheet abrasives and grinding compounds;
blocks and honing stones
and lapping blocks and and lapping blocks grinding compounds; and lapping blocks and
honing stones. and honing stones. and lapping blocks and honing stones.
honing stones.

2.18 demonstrate the care and I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
safe use of common demonstrate the care demonstrate the care assistance to to demonstrate the care provided evidence of
hand tools and safe use of common and safe use of demonstrate the care and safe use of common this performance task.
power hand tools. common power hand and safe use of common power hand tools.
tools. power hand tools.

2.19 demonstrate knowledge I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
of personal safety demonstrate knowledge demonstrate assistance to to demonstrate provided evidence of
equipment (PPE) and of personal safety knowledge of personal demonstrate knowledge knowledge of personal this performance task.
tool safety equipment (PPE) and safety equipment of personal safety safety equipment (PPE)
tool safety. (PPE) and tool safety. equipment (PPE) and and tool safety.
tool safety.

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3. assemble components, using a variety of fasteners, adhesives and sealers common to the trade
3.1 demonstrate fastening and I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
torquing procedures using demonstrate fastening demonstrate fastening assistance to to demonstrate provided evidence of
threaded fasteners and torquing procedures and torquing demonstrate fastening fastening and torquing this performance task.
using threaded procedures using and torquing procedures procedures using
fasteners. threaded fasteners. using threaded threaded fasteners.
fasteners.

3.2 demonstrate the use of I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
other retaining devices demonstrate the use of demonstrate the use of assistance to to demonstrate the use provided evidence of
other retaining devices. other retaining demonstrate the use of of other retaining this performance task.
devices. other retaining devices. devices.

3.3 demonstrate the use of I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
sealers and adhesives demonstrate the use of demonstrate the use of assistance to to demonstrate the use provided evidence of
common to the trade sealers and adhesives sealers and adhesives demonstrate the use of of sealers and adhesives this performance task.
common to the trade. common to the trade. sealers and adhesives common to the trade.
common to the trade.

3.4 describe tools and I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
procedures used for describe tools and tools and procedures assistance to describe to describe tools and provided evidence of
plastic trim fasteners procedures used for used for plastic trim tools and procedures procedures used for this performance task.
plastic trim fasteners. fasteners. used for plastic trim plastic trim fasteners.
fasteners.

Teacher feedback and


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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE ASA3402: VEHICLE SERVICE INFORMATION

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section One

Prerequisites: ASA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


ASA3400: Basic Tools & Materials

Description: Students develop the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes to use electronic service information and scan tools in
the servicing and repair of vehicles, and perform metal heating and cutting operations safely by using oxyacetylene
equipment.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with related service information tools and technologies, scan and test
equipment and oxyacetylene equipment, and to instruction from an individual with journeyperson certification as an
automotive service technician.

ILM Resources: Electronic Service Information 090101h; Oxyacetylene Heating and Cutting 090101i; Scan Tools 090104f

This sample rubric is for assessing technical elements that students need to know to be successful if they challenge the first-period apprenticeship
exam. The rubric does not include the last two common outcomes that address the demonstration of teamwork and personal management and
identification of steps to achieve personal goals. It is the certificated teachers responsibility to ensure that all outcomes are taught and assessed.

Assessment Tools Notes

Checklist Prior to instruction, a copy of the checklist should be provided to the student to review outcomes that will need to
be demonstrated.
The student may use this checklist as a guide when completing this course.
The teacher should review and sign the checklist when the course is complete to ensure student outcomes have
been successfully demonstrated.

Rubric Prior to instruction, a copy of the rubric should be provided to the student to review and reflect on meeting

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expectations set out in the criteria.
This rubric may be used as one element of an assessment process. Teachers should use both formative and
summative assessments to ensure students competency in this course.

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COURSE ASA3402: VEHICLE SERVICE INFORMATION

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. use electronic service
information from various
sources when diagnosing,
servicing or repairing
vehicles

2. use generic, manufacturer-


specific or laptop-based scan
tools and software

3. perform metal heating and


cutting operations safely
using oxyacetylene
equipment

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE ASA3402: VEHICLE SERVICE INFORMATION

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited Not Yet


Criteria Demonstrated

1. use electronic service information from various sources when diagnosing, servicing or repairing vehicles
1.1 use electronic service I can consistently use I can usually use I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
information to diagnose, electronic service electronic service assistance to use to use electronic service provided evidence of
service or repair vehicles information to information to electronic service information to diagnose this performance task.
diagnose, service or diagnose service or information to diagnose service or repair
repair vehicles. repair vehicles. service or repair vehicles.
vehicles.

1.2 access vehicle repair or I can consistently I can usually access I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
service forums and online access vehicle repair or vehicle repair or assistance to access to access vehicle repair provided evidence of
discussion groups for service forums and service forums and vehicle repair or service or service forums and this performance task.
diagnostic purposes online discussion online discussion forums and online online discussion
groups for diagnostic groups for diagnostic discussion groups for groups for diagnostic
purposes. purposes. diagnostic purposes. purposes.

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2. use generic, manufacturer-specific or laptop-based scan tools and software
2.1 use scan tools to retrieve I can consistently use I can usually use scan I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
diagnostic trouble codes scan tools to retrieve tools to retrieve assistance to use scan to use scan tools to provided evidence of
and data, clear codes, reset diagnostic trouble codes diagnostic trouble tools to retrieve retrieve diagnostic this performance task.
warning systems and and data, clear codes, codes and data, clear diagnostic trouble codes trouble codes and data,
reset warning systems codes, reset warning and data, clear codes, clear codes, reset
perform function tests
and perform function systems and perform reset warning systems warning systems and
tests. function tests. and perform function perform function tests.
tests.

2.2 analyze and interpret scan I can consistently I can usually analyze I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
data related to first period analyze and interpret and interpret scan data assistance to analyze to analyze and interpret provided evidence of
automotive systems scan data related to first related to first period and interpret scan data scan data related to first this performance task.
period automotive automotive systems. related to first period period automotive
systems. automotive systems. systems.

3. perform metal heating and cutting operations safely using oxyacetylene equipment
3.1 describe the characteristics I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and handling procedures describe the describe the assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
for oxygen and acetylene characteristics and characteristics and the characteristics and characteristics and this performance task.
handling procedures for handling procedures handling procedures for handling procedures for
oxygen and acetylene. for oxygen and oxygen and acetylene. oxygen and acetylene.
acetylene.

3.2 demonstrate handling I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
procedures for regulators demonstrate handling demonstrate handling assistance to to demonstrate handling provided evidence of
(single- and two-stage), procedures for procedures for demonstrate handling procedures for this performance task.
hoses and check valves regulators (single- and regulators (single- and procedures for regulators (single- and
two-stage), hoses and two-stage), hoses and regulators (single- and two-stage), hoses and
check valves. check valves. two-stage), hoses and check valves.
check valves.

3.3 demonstrate the use, care I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and maintenance of demonstrate the use, demonstrate the use, assistance to to demonstrate the use, provided evidence of
torches and tips care and maintenance care and maintenance demonstrate the use, care and maintenance of this performance task.
of torches and tips. of torches and tips. care and maintenance of torches and tips.
torches and tips.

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3.4 perform basic cutting I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
operations perform basic cutting basic cutting assistance to perform to perform basic cutting provided evidence of
operations. operations. basic cutting operations. operations. this performance task.

3.5 use personal protective I can consistently use I can usually use I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
equipment (PPE) when personal protective personal protective assistance to use to use personal provided evidence of
heating or cutting equipment (PPE) when equipment (PPE) personal protective protective equipment this performance task.
heating or cutting. when heating or equipment (PPE) when (PPE) when heating or
cutting. heating or cutting. cutting.

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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE ASA3405: ELECTRICAL PRINCIPLES

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Four

Prerequisites: ASA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


ASA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
ASA3402: Vehicle Service Information

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to understand how electricity is created, stored and used
to support the requirements of the automobile.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with hand tools, specialized tools and related resources, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification as an automotive service technician

ILM Resources: Electrical Fundamentals 1 090104a; Fundamentals of Magnetism 090104c; Batteries 090104d

This sample rubric is for assessing technical elements that students need to know to be successful if they challenge the first-period apprenticeship
exam. The rubric does not include the last two common outcomes that address the demonstration of teamwork and personal management and
identification of steps to achieve personal goals. It is the certificated teachers responsibility to ensure that all outcomes are taught and assessed.

Assessment Tools Notes

Checklist Prior to instruction, a copy of the checklist should be provided to the student to review outcomes that will need to
be demonstrated.
The student may use this checklist as a guide when completing this course.
The teacher should review and sign the checklist when the course is complete to ensure student outcomes have
been successfully demonstrated.

Rubric Prior to instruction, a copy of the rubric should be provided to the student to review and reflect on meeting
expectations set out in the criteria.
This rubric may be used as one element of an assessment process. Teachers should use both formative and
summative assessments to ensure students competency in this course.

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COURSE ASA3405: ELECTRICAL PRINCIPLES

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. explain basic electrical
principles

2. apply scientific principles to


explain the theory of
magnetism

3. diagnose and service


batteries

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE ASA3405: ELECTRICAL PRINCIPLES

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited Not Yet


Criteria Demonstrated

1. explain basic electrical principles


1.1 explain the physical I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
properties of insulators, explain the physical the physical properties assistance to explain the to explain the physical provided evidence
conductors and properties of insulators, of insulators, physical properties of properties of insulators, of this performance
semi-conductors conductors and conductors and insulators, conductors conductors and task.
semi-conductors. semi-conductors. and semi-conductors. semi-conductors.

1.2 explain electricity in terms I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
of voltage, current and explain electricity in electricity in terms of assistance to explain to explain electricity in provided evidence
resistance terms of voltage, voltage, current and electricity in terms of terms of voltage, of this performance
current and resistance. resistance. voltage, current and current and resistance. task.
resistance.

2. apply scientific principles to explain the theory of magnetism


2.1 explain the fundamental I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
laws of magnetism explain the fundamental the fundamental laws of assistance to explain the to explain the provided evidence
laws of magnetism. magnetism. fundamental laws of fundamental laws of of this performance
magnetism. magnetism. task.

2.2 explain the construction and I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
operation of explain the construction the construction and assistance to explain the to explain the provided evidence
electromagnetic coils and operation of operation of construction and construction and of this performance
electromagnetic coils. electromagnetic coils. operation of operation of task.
electromagnetic coils. electromagnetic coils.

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2.3 describe how magnetism or I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
electromagnetism can describe how how magnetism or assistance describe how to describe how provided evidence
change electrical energy magnetism or electromagnetism can magnetism or magnetism or of this performance
into mechanical energy electromagnetism can change electrical energy electromagnetism can electromagnetism can task.
change electrical energy into mechanical energy. change electrical energy change electrical energy
into mechanical energy. into mechanical energy. into mechanical energy.

2.4 describe how magnetism or I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
electromagnetism can describe how how magnetism or assistance to describe to describe how provided evidence
change mechanical energy magnetism or electromagnetism can how magnetism or magnetism or of this performance
into electrical energy electromagnetism can change mechanical electromagnetism can electromagnetism can task
change mechanical energy into electrical change mechanical change mechanical
through the form of
energy into electrical energy through the form energy into electrical energy into electrical
generators energy through the form of generators. energy through the form energy through the form
of generators. of generators. of generators.

3. diagnose and service batteries


3.1 describe the purpose, I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
construction, operation describe the purpose, the purpose, assistance to describe to describe the purpose, provided evidence of
and ratings of batteries construction, operation construction, the purpose, construction, operation this performance task.
and ratings of batteries. operation and ratings construction, operation and ratings of batteries.
of batteries. and ratings of batteries.

3.2 test and service batteries I can consistently test I can usually test and I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and service batteries. service batteries. assistance to test and to test and service provided evidence of
service batteries. batteries. this performance task.

3.3 diagnose problems related I can consistently I can usually diagnose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
to batteries diagnose problems problems related to assistance to diagnose to diagnose problems provided evidence of
related to batteries. batteries. problems related to related to batteries. this performance task.
batteries.

3.4 perform battery charging I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and boosting repairs perform battery battery charging and assistance to perform to perform battery provided evidence of
charging and boosting boosting repairs. battery charging and charging and boosting this performance task
repairs. boosting repairs. repairs.

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Teacher feedback and
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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE ASA3410: ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Four

Prerequisites: ASA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


ASA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
ASA3402: Vehicle Service Information
ASA3405: Electrical Principles

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to service and repair electrical circuits.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with hand tools, specialized tools and related resources, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification as an automotive service technician.

ILM Resources: Electrical Circuits 1 090104b

This sample rubric is for assessing technical elements that students need to know to be successful if they challenge the first-period apprenticeship
exam. The rubric does not include the last two common outcomes that address the demonstration of teamwork and personal management and
identification of steps to achieve personal goals. It is the certificated teachers responsibility to ensure that all outcomes are taught and assessed.

Assessment Tools Notes

Checklist Prior to instruction, a copy of the checklist should be provided to the student to review outcomes that will need to
be demonstrated.
The student may use this checklist as a guide when completing this course.
The teacher should review and sign the checklist when the course is complete to ensure student outcomes have
been successfully demonstrated.

Rubric Prior to instruction, a copy of the rubric should be provided to the student to review and reflect on meeting
expectations set out in the criteria.
This rubric may be used as one element of an assessment process. Teachers should use both formative and
summative assessments to ensure students competency in this course.

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COURSE ASA3410: ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. perform electrical circuit
measurements

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE ASA3410: ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited Not Yet


Criteria Demonstrated

1. perform electrical circuit measurements


1.1 recognize common I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
electrical symbols in order recognize common recognize common assistance to recognize to recognize common provided evidence of
to read and understand electrical symbols in electrical symbols in common electrical electrical symbols in this performance task.
basic electrical schematics order to read and order to read and symbols in order to read order to read and
understand basic understand basic and understand basic understand basic
electrical schematics. electrical schematics. electrical schematics. electrical schematics.

1.2 identify the three basic I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
circuit types and their identify the three basic the three basic circuit assistance to identify to identify the three provided evidence of
basic electrical properties circuit types and their types and their basic the three basic circuit basic circuit types and this performance task.
basic electrical electrical properties. types and their basic their basic electrical
properties. electrical properties. properties.

1.3 identify and explain I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
possible circuit issues and identify and explain and explain possible assistance to identify to identify and explain provided evidence of
problems possible circuit issues circuit issues and and explain possible possible circuit issues this performance task.
and problems. problems. circuit issues and and problems.
problems.

1.4 using Ohms law (voltage Using Ohms law Using Ohms law Using Ohms law Using Ohms law I have not yet
= current x resistance), (voltage = current x (voltage = current x (voltage = current x (voltage = current x provided evidence of
calculate for any of its resistance), I can resistance), I can resistance), I sometimes resistance), I often need this performance task.
variable when two are consistently calculate usually calculate for need assistance to assistance to calculate
for any of its variable any of its variable calculate for any of its for any of its variable
known
when two are known. when two are known. variable when two are when two are known.
known.

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1.5 apply Ohms law to a I can consistently apply I can usually apply I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
circuit to calculate Ohms law to a circuit Ohms law to a circuit assistance to apply to apply Ohms law to a provided evidence of
voltage, current and to calculate voltage, to calculate voltage, Ohms law to a circuit circuit to calculate this performance task.
resistance current and resistance. current and resistance. to calculate voltage, voltage, current and
current and resistance. resistance.

1.6 identify and explain I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
circuit failures and their identify and explain and explain circuit assistance to identify to identify and explain provided evidence of
effects circuit failures and their failures and their and explain circuit circuit failures and their this performance task.
effects. effects. failures and their effects.
effects.

1.7 calculate power and I can consistently I can usually calculate I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
explain the implications calculate power and power and explain the assistance to calculate to calculate power and provided evidence of
of power requirements in explain the implications implications of power power and explain the explain the implications this performance task.
a circuit design of power requirements requirements in a implications of power of power requirements
in a circuit design. circuit design. requirements in a circuit in a circuit design.
design.

1.8 perform voltage drop I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
measurements using a perform voltage drop voltage drop assistance to perform to perform voltage drop provided evidence of
voltmeter measurements using a measurements using a voltage drop measurements using a this performance task.
voltmeter. voltmeter. measurements using a voltmeter.
voltmeter.

1.9 perform parasitic drain I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and current draw tests perform parasitic drain parasitic drain and assistance to perform to perform parasitic provided evidence of
using an ammeter and current draw tests current draw tests parasitic drain and drain and current draw this performance task.
using an ammeter. using an ammeter. current draw tests using tests using an ammeter.
an ammeter.

1.10 measure electrical I can consistently I can usually measure I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
resistance using both measure electrical electrical resistance assistance to measure to measure electrical provided evidence of
digital and analog resistance using both using both digital and electrical resistance resistance using both this performance task.
ohmmeters digital and analog analog ohmmeters. using both digital and digital and analog
ohmmeters. analog ohmmeters. ohmmeters.

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1.11 service electrical circuit I can consistently I can usually service I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
protection devices service electrical circuit electrical circuit assistance to service to service electrical provided evidence of
protection devices. protection devices. electrical circuit circuit protection this performance task.
protection devices. devices.

Teacher feedback and


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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE ASA3412: ELECTRICAL SERVICE

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Four

Prerequisites: ASA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


ASA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
ASA3402: Vehicle Service Information
ASA3405: Electrical Principles
ASA3410: Electrical Circuits

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to diagnose service and repair electrical systems, and
develop an understanding of active and passive restraint systems.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with hand tools, specialized tools and related resources, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification as an automotive service technician

ILM Resources: Electrical System Diagnosis I 090104e; Active Passenger Restraint Systems 090305k

This sample rubric is for assessing technical elements that students need to know to be successful if they challenge the first-period apprenticeship
exam. The rubric does not include the last two common outcomes that address the demonstration of teamwork and personal management and
identification of steps to achieve personal goals. It is the certificated teachers responsibility to ensure that all outcomes are taught and assessed.

Assessment Tools Notes

Checklist Prior to instruction, a copy of the checklist should be provided to the student to review outcomes that will need to
be demonstrated.
The student may use this checklist as a guide when completing this course.
The teacher should review and sign the checklist when the course is complete to ensure student outcomes have
been successfully demonstrated.

Rubric Prior to instruction, a copy of the rubric should be provided to the student to review and reflect on meeting

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expectations set out in the criteria.
This rubric may be used as one element of an assessment process. Teachers should use both formative and
summative assessments to ensure students competency in this course.

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COURSE ASA3412: ELECTRICAL SERVICE

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. diagnose and repair simple
electrical circuits

2. describe the purpose,


function and operation of
occupant restraint systems

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE ASA3412: ELECTRICAL SERVICE

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited Not Yet


Criteria Demonstrated

1. diagnose and repair simple electrical circuits


1.1 use a variety of test I can consistently use a I can usually use a I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
equipment to test simple variety of test variety of test assistance to use a to use a variety of test provided evidence of
circuits and interpret equipment to test equipment to test variety of test equipment to test this performance task.
results simple circuits and simple circuits and equipment to test simple circuits and
interpret results. interpret results. simple circuits and interpret results.
interpret results.

1.2 perform simple wire and I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
connector repairs perform simple wire simple wire and assistance to perform to perform simple wire provided evidence of
and connector repairs. connector repairs. simple wire and and connector repairs. this performance task.
connector repairs.

1.3 understand the hazards I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
associated with understand the hazards understand the hazards assistance to understand to understand the provided evidence of
electrostatic discharge associated with associated with the hazards associated hazards associated with this performance task.
(ESD) when working on electrostatic discharge electrostatic discharge with electrostatic electrostatic discharge
(ESD) when working (ESD) when working discharge (ESD) when (ESD)when working on
vehicle electronic systems
on vehicle electronic on vehicle electronic working on vehicle vehicle electronic
systems. systems. electronic systems. systems.

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2. describe the purpose, function and operation of occupant restraint systems
2.1 describe the operation of I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
active restraint systems describe the operation the operation of active assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
of active restraint restraint systems. the operation of active operation of active this performance task.
systems. restraint systems. restraint systems.

2.2 identify the components of I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
an active restraint system identify the components the components of an assistance to identify to identify the provided evidence of
of an active restraint active restraint the components of an components of an active this performance task.
system. system. active restraint system. restraint system.

2.3 describe the operation of I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
passive restraint systems describe the operation the operation of assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
of passive restraint passive restraint the operation of passive operation of passive this performance task.
systems. systems. restraint systems. restraint systems.

2.4 identify the components of I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
a passive restraint system identify the components the components of a assistance to identify to identify the provided evidence of
of a passive restraint passive restraint the components of a components of a this performance task.
system. system. passive restraint system. passive restraint system.

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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE ASA3415: FRAMES & UNDERCARRIAGE

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Two

Prerequisites: ASA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


ASA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
ASA3402: Vehicle Service Information

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to service and maintain vehicle frames and suspension
and steering linkage systems.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with hand tools, specialized tools and related resources, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification as an automotive service technician

ILM Resources: Frames 090102a; Suspension and Steering Linkage Systems 090102b

This sample rubric is for assessing technical elements that students need to know to be successful if they challenge the first-period apprenticeship
exam. The rubric does not include the last two common outcomes that address the demonstration of teamwork and personal management and
identification of steps to achieve personal goals. It is the certificated teachers responsibility to ensure that all outcomes are taught and assessed.

Assessment Tools Notes

Checklist Prior to instruction, a copy of the checklist should be provided to the student to review outcomes that will need to
be demonstrated.
The student may use this checklist as a guide when completing this course.
The teacher should review and sign the checklist when the course is complete to ensure student outcomes have
been successfully demonstrated.

Rubric Prior to instruction, a copy of the rubric should be provided to the student to review and reflect on meeting
expectations set out in the criteria.
This rubric may be used as one element of an assessment process. Teachers should use both formative and
summative assessments to ensure students competency in this course.

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COURSE ASA3415: FRAMES & UNDERCARRIAGE

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. identify automotive frame
damage

2. describe the components


and operation of suspension
and steering systems

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE ASA3415: FRAMES & UNDERCARRIAGE

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited Not Yet


Criteria Demonstrated

1. identify automotive frame damage


1.1 identify various types of I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
frame damage identify various types various types of frame assistance to identify to identify various types provided evidence of
of frame damage. damage. various types of frame of frame damage. this performance task.
damage.

1.2 identify the design features I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and frame types identify the design the design features assistance to identify to identify the design provided evidence of
features and frame and frame types. the design features and features and frame this performance task.
types. frame types. types.

1.3 perform frame-checking I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
procedures using a variety perform frame- frame-checking assistance to perform to perform provided evidence of
of techniques checking procedures procedures using a frame-checking frame-checking this performance task.
using a variety of variety of techniques. procedures using a procedures using a
techniques. variety of techniques. variety of techniques.

2. describe the components and operation of suspension and steering systems


2.1 describe the construction I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and design features of describe the the construction and assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
common suspension construction and design design features of the construction and construction and design this performance task.
systems features of common common suspension design features of features of common
suspension systems. systems. common suspension suspension systems.
systems.

2.2 explain the principles of I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet

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operation of suspension explain the principles of the principles of assistance to explain the to explain the principles provided evidence of
systems operation of suspension operation of principles of operation of operation of this performance task.
systems. suspension systems. of suspension systems. suspension systems.

2.3 diagnose and service I can consistently I can usually diagnose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
suspension system diagnose and service and service suspension assistance to diagnose to diagnose and service provided evidence of
components suspension system system components. and service suspension suspension system this performance task.
components. system components. components.

2.4 identify steering linkage I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
types and explain their identify steering linkage steering linkage types assistance to identify to identify steering provided evidence of
operation types and explain their and explain their steering linkage types linkage types and this performance task.
operation. operation. and explain their explain their operation.
operation.

2.5 diagnose and service I can consistently I can usually diagnose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
steering linkage diagnose and service and service steering assistance to diagnose to diagnose and service provided evidence of
components steering linkage linkage components. and service steering steering linkage this performance task.
components. linkage components. components.

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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE ASA3420: STEERING SYSTEMS

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Two

Prerequisites: ASA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


ASA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
ASA3402: Vehicle Service Information

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to service and repair electric assist and hydraulic assist
steering systems.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with hand tools, specialized tools and related resources, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification as an automotive service technician

ILM Resources: Electric Assist Steering 090102d; Hydraulic Assist Steering 090102e

This sample rubric is for assessing technical elements that students need to know to be successful if they challenge the first-period apprenticeship
exam. The rubric does not include the last two common outcomes that address the demonstration of teamwork and personal management and
identification of steps to achieve personal goals. It is the certificated teachers responsibility to ensure that all outcomes are taught and assessed.

Assessment Tools Notes

Checklist Prior to instruction, a copy of the checklist should be provided to the student to review outcomes that will need to
be demonstrated.
The student may use this checklist as a guide when completing this course.
The teacher should review and sign the checklist when the course is complete to ensure student outcomes have
been successfully demonstrated.

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Rubric Prior to instruction, a copy of the rubric should be provided to the student to review and reflect on meeting
expectations set out in the criteria.
This rubric may be used as one element of an assessment process. Teachers should use both formative and
summative assessments to ensure students competency in this course.

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COURSE ASA3420: STEERING SYSTEMS

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. diagnose and repair
electrically assisted steering
gear

2. diagnose and repair


hydraulic assist steering
systems

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE ASA3420: STEERING SYSTEMS

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited Not Yet


Criteria Demonstrated

1. diagnose and repair electrically assisted steering gear


1.1 explain the construction I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and operation of a manual explain the construction the construction and assistance to explain the to explain the provided evidence of
steering rack and pinion and operation of a operation of a manual construction and construction and this performance task.
assembly manual steering rack steering rack and operation of a manual operation of a manual
and pinion assembly. pinion assembly. steering rack and pinion steering rack and pinion
assembly. assembly.

1.2 explain the operation of an I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
electrically assisted rack explain the operation of the operation of an assistance to explain the to explain the operation provided evidence of
and pinion steering system an electrically assisted electrically assisted operation of an of an electrically this performance task.
rack and pinion steering rack and pinion electrically assisted assisted rack and pinion
system. steering system. rack and pinion steering steering system.
system.

1.3 identify and explain the I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
operation of the five identify and explain the and explain the assistance to identify to identify and explain provided evidence of
primary components operation of the five operation of the five and explain the the operation of the five this performance task.
common to all electric primary components primary components operation of the five primary components
common to all electric common to all electric primary components common to all electric
assist systems
assist systems. assist systems. common to all electric assist systems.
assist systems.

1.4 identify and explain the I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
active steering modes identify and explain the and explain the active assistance to identify to identify and explain provided evidence of
active steering modes. steering modes. and explain the active the active steering this performance task.
steering modes. modes.

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1.5 explain the advantages of I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
electrically assisted explain the advantages the advantages of assistance to explain the to explain the provided evidence of
steering systems of electrically assisted electrically assisted advantages of advantages of this performance task.
steering systems. steering systems. electrically assisted electrically assisted
steering systems. steering systems.

1.6 diagnose and repair I can consistently I can usually diagnose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
mechanical problems diagnose and repair and repair mechanical assistance to diagnose to diagnose and repair provided evidence of
related to electrically mechanical problems problems related to and repair mechanical mechanical problems this performance task.
assisted steering gears related to electrically electrically assisted problems related to related to electrically
assisted steering gears. steering gears. electrically assisted assisted steering gears.
steering gears.

2. diagnose and repair hydraulic assist steering systems


2.1 describe the construction I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and design of hydraulic describe the the construction and assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
assist steering gears construction and design design of hydraulic the construction and construction and design this performance task.
of hydraulic assist assist steering gears. design of hydraulic of hydraulic assist
steering gears. assist steering gears. steering gears.

2.2 identify hydraulic assist I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
pump types and explain identify hydraulic assist hydraulic assist pump assistance to identify to identify hydraulic provided evidence of
their operation pump types and explain types and explain their hydraulic assist pump assist pump types and this performance task.
their operation. operation. types and explain their explain their operation.
operation.

2.3 describe the operation of I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
hydraulic assist steering describe the operation the operation of assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
systems of hydraulic assist hydraulic assist the operation of operation of hydraulic this performance task.
steering systems. steering systems. hydraulic assist steering assist steering systems.
systems.

2.4 diagnose, repair and adjust I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
hydraulic assist non-rack diagnose, repair and diagnose, repair and assistance to diagnose, to diagnose, repair and provided evidence of
and pinion steering gears adjust hydraulic assist adjust hydraulic assist repair and adjust adjust hydraulic assist this performance task.
non-rack and pinion non-rack and pinion hydraulic assist non- non-rack and pinion
steering gears. steering gears. rack and pinion steering steering gears.
gears.

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2.5 diagnose and repair I can consistently I can usually diagnose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
hydraulic assist rack and diagnose and repair and repair hydraulic assistance to diagnose to diagnose and repair provided evidence of
pinion steering gears hydraulic assist rack assist rack and pinion and repair hydraulic hydraulic assist rack this performance task.
and pinion steering steering gears. assist rack and pinion and pinion steering
gears. steering gears. gears.

2.6 diagnose hydraulic I can consistently I can usually diagnose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
steering problems diagnose hydraulic hydraulic steering assistance to diagnose to diagnose hydraulic provided evidence of
steering problems. problems. hydraulic steering steering problems. this performance task.
problems.

Teacher feedback and


assessment.

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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE ASA3425: SUSPENSION SYSTEMS

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Two

Prerequisites: ASA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


ASA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
ASA3402: Vehicle Service Information
ASA3420: Steering Systems

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to service and repair suspension and steering systems.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with hand tools, specialized tools and related resources, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification as an automotive service technician

ILM Resources: Steering Angles 090102f; Suspension and Steering Diagnosis 090102i

This sample rubric is for assessing technical elements that students need to know to be successful if they challenge the first-period apprenticeship
exam. The rubric does not include the last two common outcomes that address the demonstration of teamwork and personal management and
identification of steps to achieve personal goals. It is the certificated teachers responsibility to ensure that all outcomes are taught and assessed.

Assessment Tools Notes

Checklist Prior to instruction, a copy of the checklist should be provided to the student to review outcomes that will need to
be demonstrated.
The student may use this checklist as a guide when completing this course.
The teacher should review and sign the checklist when the course is complete to ensure student outcomes have
been successfully demonstrated.

Rubric Prior to instruction, a copy of the rubric should be provided to the student to review and reflect on meeting
expectations set out in the criteria.
This rubric may be used as one element of an assessment process. Teachers should use both formative and
summative assessments to ensure students competency in this course.

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COURSE ASA3425: SUSPENSION SYSTEMS

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. describe steering angles and
how each affects vehicle
handling

2. diagnose and repair


suspension systems and
steering linkages

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE ASA3425: SUSPENSION SYSTEMS

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited Not Yet


Criteria Demonstrated

1. describe steering angles and how each affects vehicle handling


1.1 describe the function and I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
effect of caster on vehicle describe the function describe the function assistance to describe to describe the function provided evidence of
operation and effect of caster on and effect of caster on the function and effect and effect of caster on this performance task.
vehicle operation. vehicle operation. of caster on vehicle vehicle operation.
operation.

1.2 describe the function and I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
effect of camber on describe the function the function and effect assistance to describe to describe the function provided evidence of
vehicle operation and effect of camber on of camber on vehicle the function and effect and effect of camber on this performance task.
vehicle operation. operation. of camber on vehicle vehicle operation.
operation.

1.3 describe the function and I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
effect of steering axis describe the function the function and effect assistance to describe to describe the function provided evidence of
inclination (SAI) on and effect of steering of steering axis the function and effect and effect of steering this performance task.
vehicle operation axis inclination (SAI) inclination (SAI) on of steering axis axis inclination (SAI)
on vehicle operation. vehicle operation. inclination (SAI) on on vehicle operation.
vehicle operation.

1.4 describe the function and I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
effect of toe on vehicle describe the function the function and effect assistance to describe to describe the function provided evidence of
operation and effect of toe on of toe on vehicle the function and effect and effect of toe on this performance task.
vehicle operation. operation. of toe on vehicle vehicle operation.
operation.

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1.5 describe the effect of I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
thrust angle on vehicle describe the effect of the effect of thrust assistance to describe to describe the effect of provided evidence of
operation thrust angle on vehicle angle on vehicle the effect of thrust angle thrust angle on vehicle this performance task.
operation. operation. on vehicle operation. operation.

1.6 describe the measurement I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
procedures for each describe the the measurement assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
steering angle measurement procedures for each the measurement measurement this performance task.
procedures for each steering angle. procedures for each procedures for each
steering angle. steering angle. steering angle.

1.7 describe the adjustment I can consistently I can usually describe I sometime need I often need assistance I have not yet
procedures for each describe the adjustment the adjustment assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
steering angle procedures for each procedures for each the adjustment adjustment procedures this performance task.
steering angle. steering angle. procedures for each for each steering angle.
steering angle.

2. diagnose and repair suspension systems and steering linkages


2.1 describe the diagnosis of I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
suspension and steering describe the diagnosis the diagnosis of assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
problems of suspension and suspension and the diagnosis of diagnosis of suspension this performance task.
steering problems. steering problems. suspension and steering and steering problems.
problems.

2.2 diagnose problem(s) I can consistently I can usually diagnose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
related to suspension diagnose problem(s) problem(s) related to assistance to diagnose to diagnose problem(s) provided evidence of
systems related to suspension suspension systems. problem(s) related to related to suspension this performance task.
systems. suspension systems. systems.

2.3 diagnose problem(s) I can consistently I can usually diagnose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
related to steering systems diagnose problem(s) problem(s) related to assistance to diagnose to diagnose problem(s) provided evidence of
related to steering steering systems. problem(s) related to related to steering this performance task.
systems. steering systems. systems.

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2.4 choose an appropriate I can consistently I can usually choose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
repair method to correct choose an appropriate an appropriate repair assistance to choose an to choose an provided evidence of
suspension or steering repair method to correct method to correct appropriate repair appropriate repair this performance task.
problem(s) suspension or steering suspension or steering method to correct method to correct
problem(s). problem(s). suspension or steering suspension or steering
problem(s). problem(s).

2.5 service suspension and I can consistently service I can usually service I sometimes need I often need assistance to I have not yet provided
steering systems to correct suspension and steering suspension and steering assistance to service service suspension and evidence of this
systems to correct systems to correct suspension and steering steering systems to correct performance task.
problem(s) problems. problems. systems to correct problems.
problems.

Teacher feedback and


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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE ASA3430: ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Two

Prerequisites: ASA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


ASA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
ASA3402: Vehicle Service Information
ASA3420: Steering Systems
ASA3425: Suspension Systems

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to service and repair electric assist and hydraulic assist
steering systems.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with hand tools, specialized tools and related resources, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification as an automotive service technician

ILM Resources: Alignment Procedures 090102g; Steering Columns 090102h

This sample rubric is for assessing technical elements that students need to know to be successful if they challenge the first-period apprenticeship
exam. The rubric does not include the last two common outcomes that address the demonstration of teamwork and personal management and
identification of steps to achieve personal goals. It is the certificated teachers responsibility to ensure that all outcomes are taught and assessed.

Assessment Tools Notes

Checklist Prior to instruction, a copy of the checklist should be provided to the student to review outcomes that will need to
be demonstrated.
The student may use this checklist as a guide when completing this course.
The teacher should review and sign the checklist when the course is complete to ensure student outcomes have
been successfully demonstrated.

Rubric Prior to instruction, a copy of the rubric should be provided to the student to review and reflect on meeting

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expectations set out in the criteria.
This rubric may be used as one element of an assessment process. Teachers should use both formative and
summative assessments to ensure students competency in this course.

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COURSE ASA3430: ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. perform a wheel alignment

2. diagnose and repair steering


column and their related
safety devices

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE ASA3430: ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited Not Yet


Criteria Demonstrated

1. perform a wheel alignment


1.1 select the appropriate I can consistently select I can usually select I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
alignment settings within the appropriate the appropriate assistance to select the to select the appropriate provided evidence of
specifications for a given alignment settings alignment settings appropriate alignment alignment settings this performance task.
vehicle and load within specifications for within specifications settings within within specifications for
a given vehicle and for a given vehicle and specifications for a a given vehicle and
load. load. given vehicle and load. load.

1.2 perform a pre-alignment I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
inspection and identify perform a a pre-alignment assistance to perform a to perform a provided evidence of
faulty components pre-alignment inspection and identify pre-alignment pre-alignment this performance task.
inspection and identify faulty components. inspection and identify inspection and identify
faulty components. faulty components. faulty components.

1.3 perform a wheel alignment I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
to adjust primary perform a wheel a wheel alignment to assistance to perform a to perform a wheel provided evidence of
alignment angles alignment to adjust adjust primary wheel alignment to alignment to adjust this performance task.
primary alignment alignment angles. adjust primary primary alignment
angles. alignment angles. angles.

1.4 adjust the steering linkage I can consistently adjust I can usually adjust I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
to establish the toe setting the steering linkage to the steering linkage to assistance to adjust the to adjust the steering provided evidence of
and centre the steering establish the toe setting establish the toe steering linkage to linkage to establish the this performance task.
wheel and centre the steering setting and centre the establish the toe setting toe setting and centre
wheel. steering wheel. and centre the steering the steering wheel.
wheel.

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1.5 describe a road test I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
procedure to verify describe a road test a road test procedure assistance to describe a to describe a road test provided evidence of
alignment or alignment procedure to verify to verify alignment or road test procedure to procedure to verify this performance task.
problems alignment or alignment alignment problems. verify alignment or alignment or alignment
problems. alignment problems. problems.

2. diagnose and repair steering column and their related safety devices
2.1 describe the construction I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and operation of steering describe the the construction and assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
columns and related safety construction and operation of steering the construction and construction and this performance task.
features operation of steering columns and related operation of steering operation of steering
columns and related safety features. columns and related columns and related
safety features. safety features. safety features.

2.2 describe the process to I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
disarm, remove and install describe the process to the process to disarm, assistance to describe to describe the process provided evidence of
and re-arm a steering disarm, remove and remove and install and the process to disarm, to disarm, remove and this performance task.
column air bag install and re-arm a re-arm a steering remove and install and install and re-arm a
steering column air bag. column air bag. re-arm a steering steering column air bag.
column air bag.

2.3 diagnose and repair I can consistently I can usually diagnose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
steering columns and diagnose and repair and repair steering assistance to diagnose to diagnose and repair provided evidence of
related safety devices steering columns and columns and related and repair steering steering columns and this performance task.
related safety devices. safety devices. columns and related related safety devices.
safety devices.

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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE ASA3435: BRAKE FUNDAMENTALS

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Three

Prerequisites: ASA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


ASA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
ASA3402: Vehicle Service Information

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to service and repair brake systems.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with hand tools, specialized tools and related resources, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification as an automotive service technician

ILM Resources: Brake System Fundamentals 090103a; Hydraulic System Components 090103b

This sample rubric is for assessing technical elements that students need to know to be successful if they challenge the first-period apprenticeship
exam. The rubric does not include the last two common outcomes that address the demonstration of teamwork and personal management and
identification of steps to achieve personal goals. It is the certificated teachers responsibility to ensure that all outcomes are taught and assessed.

Assessment Tools Notes

Checklist Prior to instruction, a copy of the checklist should be provided to the student to review outcomes that will need to
be demonstrated.
The student may use this checklist as a guide when completing this course.
The teacher should review and sign the checklist when the course is complete to ensure student outcomes have
been successfully demonstrated.

Rubric Prior to instruction, a copy of the rubric should be provided to the student to review and reflect on meeting
expectations set out in the criteria.
This rubric may be used as one element of an assessment process. Teachers should use both formative and
summative assessments to ensure students competency in this course.

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COURSE ASA3435: BRAKE FUNDAMENTALS

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. describe brake system
principles and operation

2. diagnose and repair steering


brake system hydraulic
components

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE ASA3435: BRAKE FUNDAMENTALS

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited Not Yet


Demonstrated
Criteria
1. describe brake system principles and operation
1.1 describe the operating I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance to I have not yet
principles of brake systems describe the operating the operating principles assistance to describe the describe the operating provided evidence of
with emphasis on hydraulic principles of brake of brake systems with operating principles of principles of brake this performance task.
forces and friction systems with emphasis emphasis on hydraulic brake systems with systems with emphasis
on hydraulic forces and forces and friction. emphasis on hydraulic on hydraulic forces and
friction. forces and friction. friction.

1.2 choose the correct brake I can consistently choose I can usually choose I sometimes need I often need assistance to I have not yet
fluid for an application the correct brake fluid the correct brake fluid assistance to choose the choose the correct brake provided evidence of
based on the purpose, for an application based for an application correct brake fluid for an fluid for an application this performance task.
function and characteristics on the purpose, function based on the purpose, application based on the based on the purpose,
and characteristics of function and purpose, function and function and
of brake fluids
brake fluids. characteristics of brake characteristics of brake characteristics of brake
fluids. fluids. fluids.

1.3 state Pascals law and its I can consistently state I can usually state I sometimes need I often need assistance to I have not yet
implications for brake Pascals law and its Pascals law and its assistance to state state Pascals law and its provided evidence of
systems implications for brake implications for brake Pascals law and its implications for brake this performance task.
systems. systems. implications for brake systems.
systems.

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2. diagnose and repair steering brake system hydraulic components
2.1 explain the operating I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance to I have not yet
principles, construction explain the operating the operating assistance to explain the explain the operating provided evidence of
and design features of principles, construction principles, construction operating principles, principles, construction this performance task.
brake master cylinders and design features of and design features of construction and design and design features of
brake master cylinders. brake master cylinders. features of brake master brake master cylinders.
cylinders.

2.2 describe the operating I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance to I have not yet
principles, construction describe the operating the operating assistance to describe describe the operating provided evidence of
and design features of principles, construction principles, construction the operating principles, principles, construction this performance task.
wheel cylinders and and design features of and design features of construction and design and design features of
wheel cylinders and wheel cylinders and features of wheel wheel cylinders and
callipers used in brake
callipers used in brake callipers used in brake cylinders and callipers callipers used in brake
systems systems. systems. used in brake systems. systems.

2.3 describe the construction I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance to I have not yet
and design features of describe the construction the construction and assistance to describe describe the construction provided evidence of
brake hoses and lines and design features of design features of the construction and and design features of this performance task.
brake hoses and lines. brake hoses and lines. design features of brake brake hoses and lines.
hoses and lines.

2.4 describe the purpose and I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance to I have not yet
operation of metering, describe the purpose and the purpose and assistance to describe describe the purpose and provided evidence of
proportioning and pressure operation of metering, operation of metering, the purpose and operation of metering, this performance task.
differential valves proportioning and proportioning and operation of metering, proportioning and
pressure differential pressure differential proportioning and pressure differential
valves. valves. pressure differential valves.
valves.

2.5 describe the operation of I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance to I have not yet
the hydraulic components describe the operation of the operation of the assistance to describe describe the operation of provided evidence of
when used as a system the hydraulic hydraulic components the operation of the the hydraulic this performance task.
components when used when used as a system. hydraulic components components when used
as a system. when used as a system. as a system.

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2.6 diagnose, service, adjust I can consistently I can usually diagnose, I sometimes need I often need assistance to I have not yet
and repair brake system diagnose, service, adjust service, adjust and assistance to diagnose, diagnose, service, adjust provided evidence of
hydraulic components and repair brake system repair brake system service, adjust and and repair brake system this performance task.
hydraulic components. hydraulic components. repair brake system hydraulic components.
hydraulic components.

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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE ASA3440: DISC & DRUM BRAKES

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Three

Prerequisites: ASA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


ASA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
ASA3402: Vehicle Service Information
ASA3435: Brake Fundamentals

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to service and repair disc and drum brake systems.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with hand tools, specialized tools and related resources, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification as an automotive service technician

ILM Resources: Drum Brake Systems 090103c; Disc Brake Systems 090103d

This sample rubric is for assessing technical elements that students need to know to be successful if they challenge the first-period apprenticeship
exam. The rubric does not include the last two common outcomes that address the demonstration of teamwork and personal management and
identification of steps to achieve personal goals. It is the certificated teachers responsibility to ensure that all outcomes are taught and assessed.

Assessment Tools Notes

Checklist Prior to instruction, a copy of the checklist should be provided to the student to review outcomes that will need to
be demonstrated.
The student may use this checklist as a guide when completing this course.
The teacher should review and sign the checklist when the course is complete to ensure student outcomes have
been successfully demonstrated.

Rubric Prior to instruction, a copy of the rubric should be provided to the student to review and reflect on meeting
expectations set out in the criteria.
This rubric may be used as one element of an assessment process. Teachers should use both formative and
summative assessments to ensure students competency in this course.

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COURSE ASA3440: DISC & DRUM BRAKES

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. diagnose and repair drum
brake systems

2. diagnose and repair disc


brake systems

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE ASA3440: DISC & DRUM BRAKES

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited Not Yet


Criteria Demonstrated

1. diagnose and repair drum brake systems


1.1 describe the construction, I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
design features and describe the the construction, assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
operation of drum brake construction, design design features and the construction, design construction, design this performance task.
system components features and operation operation of drum features and operation features and operation
of drum brake system brake system of drum brake system of drum brake system
components. components. components. components.

1.2 service, adjust and repair I can consistently I can usually service, I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
drum brake systems service, adjust and adjust and repair drum assistance to service, to service, adjust and provided evidence of
repair drum brake brake systems. adjust and repair drum repair drum brake this performance task.
systems. brake systems. systems.

1.3 describe the construction I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and design features of describe the the construction and assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
drum-type parking brake construction and design design features of the construction and construction and design this performance task.
systems features of drum-type drum-type parking design features of features of drum-type
parking brake systems. brake systems. drum-type parking parking brake systems.
brake systems.

1.4 inspect, service, adjust and I can consistently I can usually inspect, I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
repair drum-type parking inspect, service, adjust service, adjust and assistance to inspect, to inspect, service, provided evidence of
brake systems and repair drum-type repair drum-type service, adjust and adjust and repair drum- this performance task.
parking brake systems. parking brake repair drum-type type parking brake
systems. parking brake systems. systems.

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2. diagnose and repair disc brake systems
2.1 explain the construction, I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
operation and design explain the the construction, assistance to explain the to explain the provided evidence of
features of disc brake construction, operation operation and design construction, operation construction, operation this performance task.
system components and design features of features of disc brake and design features of and design features of
disc brake system system components. disc brake system disc brake system
components. components. components.

2.2 service and repair disc I can consistently I can usually service I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
brake systems service and repair disc and repair disc brake assistance to service and to service and repair provided evidence of
brake systems. systems. repair disc brake disc brake systems. this performance task.
systems.

2.3 describe the construction I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and operation of disc-type describe the the construction and assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
parking brake systems construction and operation of disc-type the construction and construction and this performance task.
operation of disc-type parking brake operation of disc-type operation of disc-type
parking brake systems. systems. parking brake systems. parking brake systems.

2.4 service, adjust and repair I can consistently I can usually service, I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
disc-type parking brake service, adjust and adjust and repair assistance to service, to service, adjust and provided evidence of
systems repair disc-type parking disc-type parking adjust and repair repair disc-type parking this performance task.
brake systems. brake systems. disc-type parking brake brake systems.
systems.

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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE ASA3445: BRAKE SYSTEM REPAIRS

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Three

Prerequisites: ASA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


ASA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
ASA3402: Vehicle Service Information
ASA3435: Brake Fundamentals
ASA3440: Disc & Drum Brake Systems

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to service and repair power brake systems.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with hand tools, specialized tools and related resources, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification as an automotive service technician

ILM Resources: Power Brakes 090103e; Brake System Diagnosis and Service 090103f; Antilock Brake Systems 090305j

This sample rubric is for assessing technical elements that students need to know to be successful if they challenge the first-period apprenticeship
exam. The rubric does not include the last two common outcomes that address the demonstration of teamwork and personal management and
identification of steps to achieve personal goals. It is the certificated teachers responsibility to ensure that all outcomes are taught and assessed.

Assessment Tools Notes

Checklist Prior to instruction, a copy of the checklist should be provided to the student to review outcomes that will need to
be demonstrated.
The student may use this checklist as a guide when completing this course.
The teacher should review and sign the checklist when the course is complete to ensure student outcomes have
been successfully demonstrated.

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Rubric Prior to instruction, a copy of the rubric should be provided to the student to review and reflect on meeting
expectations set out in the criteria.
This rubric may be used as one element of an assessment process. Teachers should use both formative and
summative assessments to ensure students competency in this course.

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COURSE ASA3445: BRAKE SYSTEM REPAIRS

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. diagnose and repair power
brakes

2. diagnose and service brake


systems

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE ASA3445: BRAKE SYSTEM REPAIRS

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited Not Yet


Criteria Demonstrated

1. diagnose and repair power brakes


1.1 describe the operation of a I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
vacuum-operated power describe the operation the operation of a assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
brake unit of a vacuum-operated vacuum-operated the operation of a operation of a vacuum- this performance task.
power brake unit. power brake unit. vacuum-operated power operated power brake
brake unit. unit.

1.2 describe the operation of I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
hydraulically operated describe the operation the operation of assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
power brake units of hydraulically hydraulically operated the operation of operation of this performance task.
operated power brake power brake units. hydraulically operated hydraulically operated
units. power brake units. power brake units.

1.3 demonstrate the I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
procedures for testing a demonstrate the demonstrate the assistance to to demonstrate the provided evidence of
power brake unit procedures for testing a procedures for testing demonstrate the procedures for testing a this performance task.
power brake unit. a power brake unit. procedures for testing a power brake unit.
power brake unit.

1.4 diagnose problems related I can consistently I can usually diagnose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
to and repair a power diagnose problems problems related to assistance to diagnose to diagnose problems provided evidence of
brake unit related to and repair a and repair a power problems related to and related to and repair a this performance task.
power brake unit. brake unit. repair a power brake power brake unit.
unit.

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1.5 describe safety precautions I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
needed when working on describe safety safety precautions assistance to describe to describe safety provided evidence of
hybrid vehicle braking precautions needed needed when working safety precautions precautions needed this performance task.
systems when working on on hybrid vehicle needed when working when working on
hybrid vehicle braking braking systems. on hybrid vehicle hybrid vehicle braking
systems. braking systems. systems.

2. diagnose and service brake systems


2.1 demonstrate flushing and I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
bleeding procedures on demonstrate flushing demonstrate flushing assistance to to demonstrate flushing provided evidence of
brake systems and bleeding and bleeding demonstrate flushing and bleeding this performance task.
procedures on brake procedures on brake and bleeding procedures procedures on brake
systems. systems. on brake systems. systems.

2.2 demonstrate a bleeding I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
procedure for an antilock demonstrate a bleeding demonstrate a assistance to to demonstrate a provided evidence of
brake system (ABS) procedure for an bleeding procedure for demonstrate a bleeding bleeding procedure for this performance task.
antilock brake system an antilock brake procedure for an an antilock brake
(ABS). system (ABS). antilock brake system system (ABS).
(ABS).

2.3 diagnose problems related I can consistently I can usually diagnose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
to brake systems diagnose problems problems related to assistance to diagnose to diagnose problems provided evidence of
related to brake brake systems. problems related to related to brake this performance task.
systems. brake systems. systems.

Teacher feedback and


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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE ASA3450: WHEELS & DRIVE LINES

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Two

Prerequisites: ASA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


ASA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
ASA3402: Vehicle Service Information

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to service and maintain vehicle wheel hubs, tires and
drive shafts.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with hand tools, specialized tools and related resources, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification as an automotive service technician

ILM Resources: Wheels, Hubs and Tires 090102c; Drive Shafts 090102j

This sample rubric is for assessing technical elements that students need to know to be successful if they challenge the first-period apprenticeship
exam. The rubric does not include the last two common outcomes that address the demonstration of teamwork and personal management and
identification of steps to achieve personal goals. It is the certificated teachers responsibility to ensure that all outcomes are taught and assessed.

Assessment Tools Notes

Checklist Prior to instruction, a copy of the checklist should be provided to the student to review outcomes that will need to
be demonstrated.
The student may use this checklist as a guide when completing this course.
The teacher should review and sign the checklist when the course is complete to ensure student outcomes have
been successfully demonstrated.

Rubric Prior to instruction, a copy of the rubric should be provided to the student to review and reflect on meeting
expectations set out in the criteria.
This rubric may be used as one element of an assessment process. Teachers should use both formative and
summative assessments to ensure students competency in this course.

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COURSE ASA3450: WHEELS & DRIVE LINES

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. diagnose and service wheels,
tires and wheel bearings

2. diagnose, service and repair


drive shafts, universal joints
and constant velocity joints

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE ASA3450: WHEELS & DRIVE LINES

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited Not Yet


Criteria Demonstrated

1. diagnose and service wheels, tires and wheel bearings


1.1 describe the construction, I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
sizing, rating and design describe the the construction, assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
features of tires construction, sizing, sizing, rating and the construction, sizing, construction, sizing, this performance task.
rating and design design features of rating and design rating and design
features of tires. tires. features of tires. features of tires.

1.2 describe the construction, I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
sizing, rating and design describe construction, construction, sizing, assistance to describe to describe provided evidence of
features of wheels sizing, rating and rating and design construction, sizing, construction, sizing, this performance task.
design features of features of wheels. rating and design rating and design
wheels. features of wheels. features of wheels.

1.3 demonstrate the correct I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
procedures for balancing demonstrate the correct demonstrate the assistance to to demonstrate the provided evidence of
and installing wheels and procedures for correct procedures for demonstrate the correct correct procedures for this performance task.
tires balancing and installing balancing and procedures for balancing and installing
wheels and tires. installing wheels and balancing and installing wheels and tires.
tires. wheels and tires.

1.4 describe the construction I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and application of wheel describe the the construction and assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
bearings construction and application of wheel the construction and construction and this performance task.
application of wheel bearings. application of wheel application of wheel
bearings. bearings. bearings.

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1.5 demonstrate the correct I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
procedures to install and demonstrate the correct demonstrate the assistance to to demonstrate the provided evidence of
adjust wheel bearings procedures to install correct procedures to demonstrate the correct correct procedures to this performance task.
and adjust wheel install and adjust procedures to install install and adjust wheel
bearings. wheel bearings. and adjust wheel bearings.
bearings.

1.6 diagnose problems related I can consistently I can usually diagnose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
to wheels, tires and wheel diagnose problems problems related to assistance to diagnose to diagnose problems provided evidence of
bearings related to wheels, tires wheels, tires and problems related to related to wheels, tires this performance task.
and wheel bearings. wheel bearings. wheels, tires and wheel and wheel bearings.
bearings.

1.7 describe the purpose and I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
operation of tire pressure describe the purpose the purpose and assistance to describe to describe the purpose provided evidence of
monitoring systems and operation of tire operation of tire the purpose and and operation of tire this performance task.
(TPMS) pressure monitoring pressure monitoring operation of tire pressure monitoring
systems (TPMS). systems (TPMS). pressure monitoring systems (TPMS).
systems (TPMS).

1.8 diagnose and service I can consistently I can usually diagnose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
TPMS diagnose and service and service TPMS. assistance to diagnose to diagnose and service provided evidence of
TPMS. and service TPMS. TPMS. this performance task.

2. diagnose, service and repair drive shafts, universal joints and constant velocity joints
2.1 describe the construction I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and operation and describe the the construction and assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
function of drive shaft construction and operation and function the construction and construction and this performance task.
components operation and function of drive shaft operation and function operation and function
of drive shaft components. of drive shaft of drive shaft
components. components. components.

2.2 identify drive line I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
components and explain identify drive line drive line components assistance to identify to identify drive line provided evidence of
their function components and explain and explain their drive line components components and explain this performance task.
their function. function. and explain their their function.
function.

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2.3 service and repair drive I can consistently I can usually service I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
shaft assemblies and their service and repair drive and repair drive shaft assistance to service to service and repair provided evidence of
components shaft assemblies and assemblies and their and repair drive shaft drive shaft assemblies this performance task.
their components. components. assemblies and their and their components.
components.

2.4 service and repair I can consistently I can usually service I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
universal and constant service and repair and repair universal assistance to service to service and repair provided evidence of
velocity joints universal and constant and constant velocity and repair universal and universal and constant this performance task.
velocity joints. joints. constant velocity joints. velocity joints.

2.5 diagnose and repair I can consistently I can usually diagnose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
driveshaft vibration diagnose and repair and repair driveshaft assistance to diagnose to diagnose and repair provided evidence of
problems driveshaft vibration vibration problems. and repair driveshaft driveshaft vibration this performance task.
problems. vibration problems. problems.

Teacher feedback and


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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE ASA3452: MAINTENANCE & TRAILERS

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Five

Prerequisites: ASA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


ASA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
ASA3402: Vehicle Service Information

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to diagnose service, and to complete basic vehicle
maintenance and light trailer service and repairs.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with hand tools, specialized tools and related resources, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification as an automotive service technician.

ILM Resources: Basic Maintenance 090105a; Light Utility Trailers 090105b

This sample rubric is for assessing technical elements that students need to know to be successful if they challenge the first-period apprenticeship
exam. The rubric does not include the last two common outcomes that address the demonstration of teamwork and personal management and
identification of steps to achieve personal goals. It is the certificated teachers responsibility to ensure that all outcomes are taught and assessed.

Assessment Tools Notes

Checklist Prior to instruction, a copy of the checklist should be provided to the student to review outcomes that will need to
be demonstrated.
The student may use this checklist as a guide when completing this course.
The teacher should review and sign the checklist when the course is complete to ensure student outcomes have
been successfully demonstrated.

Rubric Prior to instruction, a copy of the rubric should be provided to the student to review and reflect on meeting
expectations set out in the criteria.
This rubric may be used as one element of an assessment process. Teachers should use both formative and
summative assessments to ensure students competency in this course.

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COURSE ASA3452: MAINTENANCE & TRAILERS

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. describe basic maintenance
routines for vehicles

2. describe service procedures


for light utility trailers

Teacher Signature Date

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Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited Not Yet


Criteria Demonstrated

1. describe basic maintenance routines for vehicles


1.1 identify and describe the I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
functions and identify and describe and describe the assistance to identify to identify and describe provided evidence of
characteristics of engine the functions and functions and and describe the the functions and this performance task.
oils, transmission fluids characteristics of characteristics of functions and characteristics of engine
engine oils, engine oils, characteristics of engine oils, transmission fluids
and gear oils
transmission fluids and transmission fluids oils, transmission fluids and gear oils.
gear oils. and gear oils. and gear oils.

1.2 explain engine oil service I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
categories and ratings explain engine oil engine oil service assistance to explain to explain engine oil provided evidence of
service categories and categories and ratings. engine oil service service categories and this performance task.
ratings. categories and ratings. ratings.

1.3 describe the purpose and I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
function of oil additives describe the purpose the purpose and assistance to describe to describe the purpose provided evidence of
and function of oil function of oil the purpose and and function of oil this performance task.
additives. additives. function of oil additives.
additives.

1.4 explain the properties and I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
advantages of using explain the properties the properties and assistance to explain the to explain the properties provided evidence of
synthetic oil and advantages of using advantages of using properties and and advantages of using this performance task.
synthetic oil. synthetic oil. advantages of using synthetic oil.
synthetic oil.

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1.5 identify the various types I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
of transmission and gear identify the various the various types of assistance to identify to identify the various provided evidence of
oil lubricants and describe types of transmission transmission and gear the various types of types of transmission this performance task.
the functions and and gear oil lubricants oil lubricants and transmission and gear and gear oil lubricants
and describe the describe the functions oil lubricants and and describe the
characteristics
functions and and characteristics. describe the functions functions and
characteristics. and characteristics. characteristics.

1.6 describe procedures for I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
collecting, storing and describe procedures for procedures for assistance to describe to describe procedures provided evidence of
disposal of coolant, collecting, storing and collecting, storing and procedures for for collecting, storing this performance task.
lubricants and filters disposal of coolant, disposal of coolant, collecting, storing and and disposal of coolant,
lubricants and filters. lubricants and filters. disposal of coolant, lubricants and filters.
lubricants and filters.

1.7 identify, service and I can consistently I can usually identify, I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
properly dispose of identify, service and service and properly assistance to identify, to identify, service and provided evidence of
automobile filters properly dispose of dispose of automobile service and properly properly dispose of this performance task.
automobile filters. filters. dispose of automobile automobile filters.
filters.

1.8 describe safe and I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
environmentally sensitive describe safe and safe and assistance to describe to describe safe and provided evidence of
handling and storage environmentally environmentally safe and environmentally this performance task.
practices for gasoline and sensitive handling and sensitive handling and environmentally sensitive handling and
storage practices for storage practices for sensitive handling and storage practices for
diesel fuel
gasoline and diesel fuel. gasoline and diesel storage practices for gasoline and diesel fuel.
fuel. gasoline and diesel fuel.

1.9 identify and describe the I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
functions and identify and describe and describe the assistance to identify to identify and describe provided evidence of
characteristics of engine the functions and functions and and describe the the functions and this performance task.
coolants characteristics of engine characteristics of functions and characteristics of engine
coolants. engine coolants. characteristics of engine coolants.
coolants.

1.10 describe, inspect, replace I can consistently I can usually describe, I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and adjust accessory drive describe, inspect, inspect, replace and assistance to describe, to describe, inspect, provided evidence of
belts replace and adjust adjust accessory drive inspect, replace and replace and adjust this performance task.
accessory drive belts. belts. adjust accessory drive accessory drive belts.
belts.

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1.11 describe basic procedures I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
for replacing vehicle describe basic basic procedures for assistance to describe to describe basic provided evidence of
lubricants and coolants procedures for replacing vehicle basic procedures for procedures for this performance task.
replacing vehicle lubricants and replacing vehicle replacing vehicle
lubricants and coolants. coolants. lubricants and coolants. lubricants and coolants.

1.12 describe the purpose for I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
maintenance schedules describe the purpose for the purpose for assistance to describe to describe the purpose provided evidence of
and reset maintenance maintenance schedules maintenance the purpose for for maintenance this performance task.
minders and reset maintenance schedules and reset maintenance schedules schedules and reset
minders. maintenance minders. and reset maintenance maintenance minders.
minders.

1.13 describe a maintenance I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
inspection process and describe a maintenance a maintenance assistance to describe a to describe a provided evidence of
complete a scheduled inspection process and inspection process and maintenance inspection maintenance inspection this performance task.
maintenance inspection complete a scheduled complete a scheduled process and complete a process and complete a
maintenance inspection. maintenance scheduled maintenance scheduled maintenance
inspection. inspection. inspection.

2. describe service procedures for light utility trailers


2.1 describe the operation of I can consistently describe I can usually use I sometimes need I often need assistance to I have not yet provided
electric brakes on light the operation of electric describe the operation of assistance to describe the describe the operation of evidence of this
brakes on light utility electric brakes on light operation of electric electric brakes on light performance task.
utility trailers trailers. utility trailers. brakes on light utility utility trailers.
trailers.

2.2 describe the service I can consistently describe I can usually describe the I sometimes need I often need assistance to I have not yet provided
procedures for electric the service procedures for service procedures for assistance to describe the describe the service evidence of this
electric brakes on light electric brakes on light service procedures for procedures for electric performance task.
brakes on light utility utility trailers. utility trailers. electric brakes on light brakes on light utility
trailers utility trailers. trailers.

2.3 describe wheel bearing I can consistently describe I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance to I have not yet provided
service procedures for wheel bearing service wheel bearing service assistance to describe describe wheel bearing evidence of this
procedures for light utility procedures for light wheel bearing service service procedures for performance task.
light utility trailers trailers. utility trailers. procedures for light utility light utility trailers.
trailers.

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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE ASA3900: APPRENTICESHIP SAFETY

Level: First Period Apprenticeship

Prerequisite: None

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes in the practice of workshop health and safety, communication and
career planning.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre and to instruction from an individual with specialized training in occupational health
and safety (and understanding of the automotive industry) and/or an automotive service technician.

ILM Resources: Safety Legislation, Regulations and Industry Policy in the Trades 650101a; Climbing, Lifting, Rigging and Hoisting
650101b; Hazardous Materials and Fire Protection 650101c; Communication 090101d; Lifting Procedures and Wire
Rope 190101e

This sample rubric is for assessing technical elements that students need to know to be successful if they challenge the first-period apprenticeship
exam. The rubric does not include the last two common outcomes that address the demonstration of teamwork and personal management and
identification of steps to achieve personal goals. It is the certificated teachers responsibility to ensure that all outcomes are taught and assessed.

Assessment Tools Notes

Checklist Prior to instruction, a copy of the checklist should be provided to the student to review outcomes that will need to
be demonstrated.
The student may use this checklist as a guide when completing this course.
The teacher should review and sign the checklist when the course is complete to ensure student outcomes have
been successfully demonstrated.

Rubric Prior to instruction, a copy of the rubric should be provided to the student to review and reflect on meeting
expectations set out in the criteria.
This rubric may be used as one element of an assessment process. Teachers should use both formative and
summative assessments to ensure students competency in this course.

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COURSE ASA3900: APPRENTICESHIP SAFETY

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. describe legislation,
regulations and practices
intended to ensure a safe
workplace in the automotive
service technician
apprenticeship trade

2. describe the use of personal


protective equipment (PPE)
and safe practices for
climbing, lifting, rigging and
hoisting in the automotive
service technician
apprenticeship trade

3. describe the safety practices


for hazardous materials and
fire protection in the
automotive service
technician apprenticeship
trade

4. demonstrate communication
skills and workshop safety
as they pertain to
occupational health and
safety standards

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5. demonstrate an
understanding of the
automotive service
technician apprenticeship
trade and of apprenticeship
opportunities that exist by
creating a personal career
portfolio

Teacher Signature Date

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Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited Not Yet


Criteria Demonstrated

1. describe legislation, regulations and practices intended to ensure a safe workplace in the automotive service technician apprenticeship
trade
1.1 demonstrate the ability to I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
apply the Occupational demonstrate the ability demonstrate the ability assistance to to demonstrate the provided evidence of
Health and Safety Act, to apply the to apply the demonstrate the ability ability to apply the this performance task.
Regulation and Code, as Occupational Health Occupational Health to apply the Occupational Health
and Safety Act, and Safety Act, Occupational Health and Safety Act,
well as the changes from
Regulation and Code, Regulation and Code, and Safety Act, Regulation and Code,
Bill C-45 as well as the changes as well as the changes Regulation and Code, as as well as the changes
from Bill C-45. from Bill C-45. well as the changes from Bill C-45.
from Bill C-45.

1.2 explain the core I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
requirements applicable to explain the core the core requirements assistance to explain the to explain the core provided evidence of
all industries requirements applicable applicable to all core requirements requirements applicable this performance task.
to all industries. industries. applicable to all to all industries.
industries.

1.3 demonstrate an I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
understanding of the 26 demonstrate an demonstrate an assistance to to demonstrate an provided evidence of
parts of the OHS Code understanding of the 26 understanding of the demonstrate an understanding of the 26 this performance task.
requirements applicable to parts of the OHS Code 26 parts of the OHS understanding of the 26 parts of the OHS Code
requirements applicable Code requirements parts of the OHS Code requirements applicable
all industries
to all industries. applicable to all requirements applicable to all industries.
industries. to all industries.

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1.4 demonstrate an I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
understanding of the 12 demonstrate an demonstrate an assistance to to demonstrate an provided evidence of
parts of the OHS Code understanding of the 12 understanding of the demonstrate an understanding of the 12 this performance task.
requirements applicable to parts of the OHS Code 12 parts of the OHS understanding of the 12 parts of the OHS Code
requirements applicable Code requirements parts of the OHS Code requirements applicable
specific industries and
to specific industries applicable to specific requirements applicable to specific industries
activities and activities. industries and to specific industries and activities.
activities. and activities.

1.5 demonstrate an I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
understanding of the 11 demonstrate an demonstrate an assistance to to demonstrate an provided evidence of
OHS Code Schedules that understanding of the 11 understanding of the demonstrate an understanding of the 11 this performance task.
the Explanation Guide OHS Code Schedules 11 OHS Code understanding of the 11 OHS Code Schedules
that the Explanation Schedules that the OHS Code Schedules that the Explanation
does not address
Guide does not address. Explanation Guide that the Explanation Guide does not address.
does not address. Guide does not address.

1.6 explain the role of the I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
employer and employee in explain the role of the the role of the assistance to explain the to explain the role of provided evidence of
regard to occupational employer and employee employer and role of the employer the employer and this performance task.
health and safety in regard to employee in regard to and employee in regard employee in regard to
occupational health and occupational health to occupational health occupational health and
legislation
safety legislation. and safety legislation. and safety legislation. safety legislation.

1.7 explain industry practices I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
for hazard assessment and explain industry industry practices for assistance to explain to explain industry provided evidence of
control procedures in four practices for hazard hazard assessment and industry practices for practices for hazard this performance task.
main hazard categories assessment and control control procedures in hazard assessment and assessment and control
procedures in four main four main hazard control procedures in procedures in four main
hazard categories. categories. four main hazard hazard categories.
categories.

1.8 identify and describe I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
hazard assessment tools identify and describe and describe hazard assistance to identify to identify and describe provided evidence of
that both employees and hazard assessment tools assessment tools that and describe hazard hazard assessment tools this performance task.
employers must use in that both employees both employees and assessment tools that that both employees and
and employers must use employers must use in both employees and employers must use in
assessing and controlling
in assessing and assessing and employers must use in assessing and
work-site hazards controlling work-site controlling work-site assessing and controlling work-site
hazards. hazards. controlling work-site hazards.
hazards.

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1.9 identify and describe I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
employer engineering identify and describe and describe employer assistance to identify to identify and describe provided evidence of
controls that provide the employer engineering engineering controls and describe employer employer engineering this performance task.
highest level of worker controls that provide that provide the engineering controls controls that provide the
the highest level of highest level of that provide the highest highest level of worker
protection
worker protection. worker protection. level of worker protection.
protection.

1.10 identify and describe I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
employer administrative identify and describe and describe employer assistance to identify to identify and describe provided evidence of
controls that limit employer administrative and describe employer employer administrative this performance task.
hazards to the lowest administrative controls controls that limit administrative controls controls that limit
that limit hazards to the hazards to the lowest that limit hazards to the hazards to the lowest
level possible
lowest level possible. level possible. lowest level possible. level possible.

1.11 describe the I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
responsibilities of describe the the responsibilities of assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
employees and responsibilities of employees and the responsibilities of responsibilities of this performance task.
employers to apply employees and employers to apply employees and employees and
employers to apply emergency employers to apply employers to apply
emergency procedures
emergency procedures. procedures. emergency procedures. emergency procedures.

1.12 describe positive I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
tradesperson attitudes describe positive positive tradesperson assistance to describe to describe positive provided evidence of
with respect to the legal tradesperson attitudes attitudes with respect positive tradesperson tradesperson attitudes this performance task.
responsibilities for all with respect to the legal to the legal attitudes with respect to with respect to the legal
responsibilities for all responsibilities for all the legal responsibilities responsibilities for all
workers
workers. workers. for all workers. workers.

1.13 describe the roles and I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
responsibilities of describe the the roles and assistance to describe to describe the roles and provided evidence of
employers and roles and responsibilities of the roles and responsibilities of this performance task.
employees with respect responsibilities of employers and responsibilities of employers and
employers and employees with employers and employees with respect
to the selection and use
employees with respect respect to the selection employees with respect to the selection and use
of personal protective to the selection and use and use of personal to the selection and use of personal protective
equipment (PPE) of personal protective protective equipment of personal protective equipment (PPE).
equipment (PPE). (PPE). equipment (PPE).

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2. describe the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) and safe practices for climbing, lifting, rigging and hoisting in the automotive
service technician apprenticeship trade
2.1 select, use and maintain I can consistently I can usually select, I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
specialized PPE and select, use and maintain use and maintain assistance to select, use to select, use and provided evidence of
materials for climbing, specialized PPE and specialized PPE and and maintain maintain specialized this performance task.
lifting and loading materials for climbing, materials for climbing, specialized PPE and PPE and materials for
lifting and loading. lifting and loading. materials for climbing, climbing, lifting and
lifting and loading. loading.

2.2 describe manual lifting I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
procedures, including describe manual lifting manual lifting assistance to describe to describe manual provided evidence of
correct body mechanics procedures, including procedures, including manual lifting lifting procedures, this performance task.
correct body correct body procedures, including including correct body
mechanics. mechanics. correct body mechanics. mechanics.

2.3 describe rigging hardware I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and the safe work load describe rigging rigging hardware and assistance to describe to describe rigging provided evidence of
hardware and the safe the safe work load. rigging hardware and hardware and the safe this performance task.
work load. the safe work load. work load.

2.4 select the correct I can consistently select I can usually select the I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
equipment for rigging the correct equipment correct equipment for assistance to select the to select the correct provided evidence of
typical loads for rigging typical rigging typical loads. correct equipment for equipment for rigging this performance task.
loads. rigging typical loads. typical loads.

2.5 describe hoisting and I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
load-moving procedures describe hoisting and hoisting and assistance to describe to describe hoisting and provided evidence of
load-moving load-moving hoisting and load-moving this performance task.
procedures. procedures. load-moving procedures.
procedures.

2.6 explain the most I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
commonly used sling explain the most the most commonly assistance to explain the to explain the most provided evidence of
configurations to connect commonly used sling used sling most commonly used commonly used sling this performance task.
a load to a hook configurations to configurations to sling configurations to configurations to
connect a load to a connect a load to a connect a load to a connect a load to a
hook. hook. hook. hook.

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2.7 demonstrate the standard I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
movement signals a demonstrate the demonstrate the assistance to to demonstrate the provided evidence of
signaler is required to standard movement standard movement demonstrate the standard movement this performance task.
know to signal a crane signals a signaler is signals a signaler is standard movement signals a signaler is
required to know to required to know to signals a signaler is required to know to
operator
signal a crane operator. signal a crane required to know to signal a crane operator.
operator. signal a crane operator.

3. describe the safety practices for hazardous materials and fire protection in the automotive service technician apprenticeship trade
3.1 describe the roles, I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
responsibilities, features describe the roles, the roles, assistance to describe to describe the roles, provided evidence of
and practices related to the responsibilities, features responsibilities, the roles, responsibilities, features this performance task.
Workplace Hazardous and practices related to features and practices responsibilities, features and practices related to
the Workplace related to the and practices related to the Workplace
Materials Information
Hazardous Materials Workplace Hazardous the Workplace Hazardous Materials
System (WHMIS) Information System Materials Information Hazardous Materials Information System
program (WHMIS) program. System (WHMIS) Information System (WHMIS) program.
program. (WHMIS) program.

3.2 describe the three key I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
elements of WHMIS describe the three key the three key elements assistance to describe to describe the three provided evidence of
elements of WHMIS. of WHMIS. the three key elements key elements of this performance task.
of WHMIS. WHMIS.

3.3 describe handling, storage I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and transportation describe handling, handling, storage and assistance to describe to describe handling, provided evidence of
procedures when dealing storage and transportation handling, storage and storage and this performance task.
with hazardous materials transportation procedures when transportation transportation
procedures when dealing with procedures when procedures when
dealing with hazardous hazardous materials. dealing with hazardous dealing with hazardous
materials. materials. materials.

3.4 describe safe venting I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
procedure when working describe safe venting safe venting procedure assistance to describe to describe safe venting provided evidence of
with hazardous materials procedure when when working with safe venting procedure procedure when this performance task.
working with hazardous hazardous materials. when working with working with hazardous
materials. hazardous materials. materials.

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3.5 describe fire hazards, I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
classes, procedures and describe fire hazards, fire hazards, classes, assistance to describe to describe fire hazards, provided evidence of
equipment related to fire classes, procedures and procedures and fire hazards, classes, classes, procedures and this performance task.
protection equipment related to equipment related to procedures and equipment related to
fire protection. fire protection. equipment related to fire protection.
fire protection.

4. demonstrate communication skills and workshop safety as they pertain to occupational health and safety standards
4.1 use various types of I can consistently use I can usually use I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
communication to provide various types of various types of assistance to use to use various types of provided evidence of
trade-related information, communication to communication to various types of communication to this performance task.
employing standard terms provide trade-related provide trade-related communication to provide trade-related
information, employing information, provide trade-related information, employing
for components and
standard terms for employing standard information, employing standard terms for
operations components and terms for components standard terms for components and
operations. and operations. components and operations.
operations.

4.2 identify key areas of I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
responsibility that an identify key areas of key areas of assistance to identify to identify key areas of provided evidence of
employee has in regards to responsibility that an responsibility that an key areas of responsibility that an this performance task.
shop and trade safety employee has in regards employee has in responsibility that an employee has in regards
to shop and trade safety. regards to shop and employee has in regards to shop and trade safety.
trade safety. to shop and trade safety.

4.3 explain the correct use of I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
fire extinguishers and explain the correct use the correct use of fire assistance to explain the to explain the correct provided evidence of
explain fire prevention of fire extinguishers extinguishers and correct use of fire use of fire extinguishers this performance task.
techniques and explain fire explain fire prevention extinguishers and and explain fire
prevention techniques. techniques. explain fire prevention prevention techniques.
techniques.

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5. demonstrate an understanding of the automotive service technician apprenticeship trade and of apprenticeship opportunities that
exist by creating a personal career portfolio
5.1 demonstrate an I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
understanding of the demonstrate an demonstrate an assistance to to demonstrate an provided evidence of
automotive service understanding of the understanding of the demonstrate an understanding of the this performance task.
technician apprenticeship automotive service automotive service understanding of the automotive service
technician technician automotive service technician
trade and related job
apprenticeship trade apprenticeship trade technician apprenticeship trade
opportunities and related job and related job apprenticeship trade and related job
opportunities. opportunities. and related job opportunities.
opportunities.

5.2 describe what it means to I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
be an apprentice and describe what it means what it means to be an assistance to describe to describe what it provided evidence of
describe requirements for to be an apprentice and apprentice and what it means to be an means to be an this performance task.
the employee and describe requirements describe requirements apprentice and describe apprentice and describe
for the employee and for the employee and requirements for the requirements for the
employer
employer. employer. employee and employee and
employer. employer.

5.3 refine and present a I can consistently refine I can usually refine I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
personal career portfolio, and present a personal and present a personal assistance to refine and to refine and present a provided evidence of
showing evidence of career portfolio, career portfolio, present a personal personal career this performance task.
strengths and showing evidence of showing evidence of career portfolio, portfolio, showing
strengths and strengths and showing evidence of evidence of strengths
competencies
competencies. competencies. strengths and and competencies.
competencies.

5.4 demonstrate knowledge of I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
workplace requirements, demonstrate knowledge demonstrate assistance to to demonstrate provided evidence of
rights and responsibilities of workplace knowledge of demonstrate knowledge knowledge of this performance task.
and relate this knowledge requirements, rights and workplace of workplace workplace
responsibilities and requirements, rights requirements, rights and requirements, rights and
to personal career or
relate this knowledge to and responsibilities responsibilities and responsibilities and
employment expectations personal career or and relate this relate this knowledge to relate this knowledge to
employment knowledge to personal personal career or personal career or
expectations. career or employment employment employment
expectations. expectations. expectations.

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5.5 outline the educational I can consistently I can usually outline I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
requirements to move into outline the educational the educational assistance to outline the to outline the provided evidence of
the automotive service requirements to move requirements to move educational educational this performance task.
technician apprenticeship into the automotive into the automotive requirements to move requirements to move
service technician service technician into the automotive into the automotive
trade
apprenticeship trade. apprenticeship trade. service technician service technician
apprenticeship trade. apprenticeship trade.

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