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HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE HEA3400: BASIC TOOLS & MATERIALS

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section One

Prerequisite: HEA3900: Apprenticeship Safety

Description: Students develop knowledge, skills and attitudes in the practice of workshop safety, communication and the use of
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 journeyperson certification in the trade(s) of heavy duty mechanic; heavy duty
equipment mechanic (off-road); truck and transport mechanic; or transport-trailer mechanic.

ILM Resources: Materials and Fastening Devices 190101f; Hand, Shop and Power Tools 190101g; Measuring Tools 190101h

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.
COURSE HEA3400: BASIC TOOLS & MATERIALS

Checklist

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Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments
Check Check
1. identify materials and
fasteners commonly used in
the trade

2. demonstrate the correct use


of hand, shop and power
tools common to the trade

1. demonstrate the correct use


of measuring tools common
to the trade

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE HEA3400: BASIC TOOLS & MATERIALS

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Not Yet


Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited
Demonstrated
Criteria

1. identify materials and fasteners commonly used in the trade


1.1 identify common metallic I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
materials and their identify common common metallic assistance to identify to identify common provided evidence of
applications metallic materials and materials and their common metallic metallic materials and this performance task.
their applications. applications. materials and their their applications.
applications.

1.2 identify characteristics I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and properties common to identify characteristics characteristics and assistance to identify to identify provided evidence of
metal and properties common properties common to characteristics and characteristics and this performance task.
to metal. metal. properties common to properties common to
metal. metal.

1.3 identify common I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
non-metallic materials and identify common common non-metallic assistance to identify to identify common provided evidence of
their applications non-metallic materials materials and their common non-metallic non-metallic materials this performance task.
and their applications. applications. materials and their and their applications.
applications.

1.4 identify types of threaded I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
fasteners and their identify types of types of threaded assistance to identify to identify types of provided evidence of
applications threaded fasteners and fasteners and their types of threaded threaded fasteners and this performance task.
their applications. applications. fasteners and their their applications.
applications.

1.5 describe fastener I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
classification and sizing describe fastener fastener classification assistance to describe to describe fastener provided evidence of
classification and and sizing. fastener classification classification and this performance task.
sizing. and sizing. sizing.

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1.6 identify various types of I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
torque wrenches, identify various types various types of assistance to identify to identify various types provided evidence of
including dial, indicating of torque wrenches, torque wrenches, various types of torque of torque wrenches, this performance task.
click type, digital and including dial, including dial, wrenches, including including dial,
indicating click type, indicating click type, dial, indicating click indicating click type,
deflecting beam
digital and deflecting digital and deflecting type, digital and digital and deflecting
beam. beam. deflecting beam. beam.

1.7 explain torque procedures I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and precautions when explain torque torque procedures and assistance to explain to explain torque provided evidence of
securing fastening devices procedures and precautions when torque procedures and procedures and this performance task.
precautions when securing fastening precautions when precautions when
securing fastening devices. securing fastening securing fastening
devices. devices. devices.

1.8 identify types of I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
non-threaded fasteners identify types of types of non-threaded assistance to identify to identify types of provided evidence of
and their applications non-threaded fasteners fasteners and their types of non-threaded non-threaded fasteners this performance task.
and their applications. applications. fasteners and their and their applications.
applications.

1.9 identify various types of I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
adhesives and sealants and identify various types of various types of assistance to identify to identify various types provided evidence of
their applications adhesives and sealants adhesives and sealants various types of of adhesives and this performance task.
and their applications. and their applications. adhesives and sealants sealants and their
and their applications. applications.

2. demonstrate the correct use of hand, shop and power tools common to the trade
2.1 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.

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

2.3 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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2.4 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.

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

2.6 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.

2.7 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 of various types of assistance to identify to identify various types provided evidence of
holding devices. holding devices. various types of holding of holding devices. this performance task.
devices.

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

2.9 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 various safely operate various
and capacities of shop and capacities of shop types and capacities of types and capacities of
and pressing equipment
puller and pressing puller and pressing shop puller and pressing shop puller and pressing
equipment. equipment. equipment. equipment.

2.10 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.

2.11 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.

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2.12 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.

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

2.14 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
power 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.

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

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


3.1 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.

3.2 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.

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3.3 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.

3.4 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.

Teacher feedback and


assessment.

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HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE HEA3405: BEARINGS & SEALS

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Two

Prerequisites: HEA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


HEA3400: Basic Tools & Materials

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to service and maintain vehicle bearings and seals and
to use oxyfuel heating and cutting systems.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with basic hand tools, specialty hand tools, fastening devices and oxy-fuel
heating and cutting equipment, and to instruction from an individual with journeyperson certification in the trade(s) of
heavy duty mechanic; heavy duty equipment mechanic (off-road); truck and transport mechanic; or transport-trailer
mechanic.

ILM Resources: Bearings and Seals 190102c; Oxyacetylene Equipment, Heating and Cutting 190101i

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.
COURSE HEA3405: BEARINGS & SEALS

Checklist

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Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments
Check Check
1. service common bearings
and seals

2. perform metal cutting and


heating operations safely,
using oxyacetylene
equipment

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE HEA3405: BEARINGS & SEALS

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Not Yet


Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited
Demonstrated
Criteria

1. service common bearings and seals


1.1 state bearing functions and I can consistently state I can usually state I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
applications bearing functions and bearing functions and assistance to state to state bearing provided evidence of
applications. applications. bearing functions and functions and this performance
applications. applications. task.

1.2 state seal functions, I can consistently state I can usually state seal I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
classifications and seal functions, functions, assistance to state seal to state seal functions, provided evidence of
applications classifications and classifications and functions, classifications and this performance
applications. applications. classifications and applications. task.
applications.

1.3 diagnose common bearing I can consistently I can usually diagnose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and seal faults diagnose common common bearing and assistance to diagnose to diagnose common provided evidence of
bearing and seal faults. seal faults. common bearing and bearing and seal faults. this performance
seal faults. task.

1.4 perform bearing and seal I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
service perform bearing and bearing and seal assistance to perform to perform bearing and provided evidence of
seal service. service. bearing and seal seal service. this performance
service. task.

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

2.2 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
and hoses procedures for procedures for demonstrate handling procedures for this performance
regulators and hoses. regulators and hoses. procedures for regulators and hoses. task.
regulators and hoses.

2.3 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 of care and maintenance demonstrate the use, care and maintenance of this performance
torches and tips. of torches and tips. care and maintenance of torches and tips. task.
torches and tips.

2.4 demonstrate the use of I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
personal protective demonstrate the use of demonstrate the use of assistance to to demonstrate the use provided evidence of
equipment and safety personal protective personal protective demonstrate the use of of personal protective this performance
precautions equipment and safety equipment and safety personal protective equipment and safety task.
precautions. precautions. equipment and safety precautions.
precautions.

2.5 perform heating and I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
cutting operations, using perform heating and heating and cutting assistance to perform to perform heating and provided evidence of
oxygen and acetylene cutting operations, operations, using heating and cutting cutting operations, this performance
using oxygen and oxygen and acetylene. operations, using using oxygen and task.
acetylene. oxygen and acetylene. acetylene.

Teacher feedback and


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HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE HEA3410: FRAMES & SUSPENSION

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Two

Prerequisites: HEA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


HEA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
HEA3405: Bearings & Seals

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

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 journeyperson certification in the trade(s) of heavy duty mechanic; heavy duty
equipment mechanic (off-road); truck and transport mechanic; or transport-trailer mechanic.

ILM Resources: Frame and Suspension Fundamentals 190102a; Frame and Suspension Service 190102b

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.
COURSE HEA3410: FRAMES & SUSPENSION

Checklist

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Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments
Check Check
1. explain the operating
principles and design
features of common frame
and suspension systems

2. repair common types of


frame and suspension
systems

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE HEA3410: FRAMES & SUSPENSION

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Not Yet


Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited
Demonstrated
Criteria

1. explain the operating principles and design features of common frame and suspension systems
1.1 state the functions of a I can consistently state I can usually state the I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
vehicle frame the functions of a functions of a vehicle assistance to state the to state the functions of provided evidence of
vehicle frame. frame. functions of a vehicle a vehicle frame. this performance task.
frame.

1.2 identify types, designs, I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
structural considerations identify types, designs, types, designs, assistance to identify to identify types, provided evidence of
and components of frames structural structural types, designs, designs, structural this performance task.
commonly used in truck considerations and considerations and structural considerations and
components of frames components of frames considerations and components of frames
and trailer applications
commonly used in truck commonly used in components of frames commonly used in truck
and trailer applications. truck and trailer commonly used in truck and trailer applications.
applications. and trailer applications.

1.3 explain the functions of a I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
vehicle suspension system explain the functions of the functions of a assistance to explain the to explain the functions provided evidence of
a vehicle suspension vehicle suspension functions of a vehicle of a vehicle suspension this performance task.
system. system. suspension system. system.

1.4 explain the operating I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
principles and components explain the operating the operating assistance to explain the to explain the operating provided evidence of
of common suspension principles and principles and operating principles and principles and this performance task.
systems components of common components of components of common components of common
suspension systems. common suspension suspension systems. suspension systems.
systems.

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2. repair common types of frame and suspension systems
2.1 demonstrate frame I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
inspection and repair demonstrate frame demonstrate frame assistance to to demonstrate frame provided evidence of
procedures inspection and repair inspection and repair demonstrate frame inspection and repair this performance task.
procedures. procedures. inspection and repair procedures.
procedures.

2.2 explain the suspension I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
noise inspection process explain the suspension the suspension noise assistance to explain the to explain the provided evidence of
and the causes of noise inspection process inspection process and suspension noise suspension noise this performance task.
suspension system and the causes of the causes of inspection process and inspection process and
suspension system suspension system the causes of suspension the causes of
malfunctions
malfunctions. malfunctions. system malfunctions. suspension system
malfunctions.

2.3 demonstrate suspension I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
system repair procedures demonstrate suspension demonstrate assistance to to demonstrate provided evidence of
system repair suspension system demonstrate suspension suspension system this performance task.
procedures. repair procedures. system repair repair procedures.
procedures.

Teacher feedback and


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HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE HEA3415: WHEELS & PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Two

Prerequisites: HEA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


HEA3400: Basic Tools & Materials

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to service and maintain vehicle wheels, tires and hubs
and to perform preventive maintenance procedures.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with basic hand tools, specialty hand tools, tire machines and balancing
equipment, and to instruction from an individual with journeyperson certification in the trade(s) of heavy duty
mechanic; heavy duty equipment mechanic (off-road); truck and transport mechanic; or transport-trailer mechanic.

ILM Resources: Wheels, Tires and Hubs 190102d; Preventive Maintenance 190102i

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.
COURSE HEA3415: WHEELS & PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

Checklist

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Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments
Check Check
1. service wheels, tires and
hubs

2. explain typical maintenance


programs used with off-road
and on-road equipment

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COURSE HEA3415: WHEELS & PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Not Yet


Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited
Demonstrated
Criteria

1. service wheels, tires and hubs


1.1 identify common wheel I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
types and mounting identify common wheel common wheel types assistance to identify to identify common provided evidence of
designs types and mounting and mounting designs. common wheel types wheel types and this performance task.
designs. and mounting designs. mounting designs.

1.2 explain tire construction, I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
care and maintenance in explain tire tire construction, care assistance to explain to explain tire provided evidence of
relation to design and construction, care and and maintenance in tire construction, care construction, care and this performance task.
sizing maintenance in relation relation to design and and maintenance in maintenance in relation
to design and sizing. sizing. relation to design and to design and sizing.
sizing.

1.3 state the safety procedures I can consistently state I can usually state the I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
required when handling the safety procedures safety procedures assistance to state the to state the safety provided evidence of
tires and wheels required when handling required when safety procedures procedures required this performance task.
tires and wheels. handling tires and required when handling when handling tires and
wheels. tires and wheels. wheels.

1.4 perform wheel removal, I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
inspection and installation perform wheel removal, wheel removal, assistance to perform to perform wheel provided evidence of
inspection and inspection and wheel removal, removal, inspection and this performance task.
installation. installation. inspection and installation.
installation.

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1.5 explain wheel balancing I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
procedures and problems explain wheel balancing wheel balancing assistance to explain to explain wheel provided evidence of
procedures and procedures and wheel balancing balancing procedures this performance task.
problems. problems. procedures and and problems.
problems.

1.6 diagnose wheel and tire I can consistently I can usually diagnose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
faults diagnose wheel and tire wheel and tire faults. assistance to diagnose to diagnose wheel and provided evidence of
faults. wheel and tire faults. tire faults. this performance task.

2. explain typical maintenance programs used with off-road and on-road equipment
2.1 explain the types of I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
maintenance systems and explain the types of the types of assistance to explain the to explain the types of provided evidence of
concerns maintenance systems maintenance systems types of maintenance maintenance systems this performance task.
and concerns. and concerns. systems and concerns. and concerns.

2.2 explain the principles of I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
preventive maintenance explain the principles of the principles of assistance to explain the to explain the principles provided evidence of
and their effects preventive maintenance preventive principles of preventive of preventive this performance task.
and their effects. maintenance and their maintenance and their maintenance and their
effects. effects. effects.

2.3 explain the principles of I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
predictive maintenance explain the principles of the principles of assistance to explain the to explain the principles provided evidence of
and their effects predictive maintenance predictive principles of predictive of predictive this performance task.
and their effects. maintenance and their maintenance and their maintenance and their
effects. effects. effects.

2.4 demonstrate basic I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
preventive maintenance demonstrate basic demonstrate basic assistance to to demonstrate basic provided evidence of
and service procedures preventive maintenance preventive demonstrate basic preventive maintenance this performance task.
and service procedures. maintenance and preventive maintenance and service procedures.
service procedures. and service procedures.

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HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE HEA3420: TRAILER SYSTEMS

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Two

Prerequisites: HEA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


HEA3400: Basic Tools & Materials

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to inspect, service and maintain trailer systems and
components.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with basic hand tools, specialty hand tools and equipment, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification in the trade(s) of heavy duty mechanic; heavy duty equipment
mechanic (off-road); truck and transport mechanic; or transport-trailer mechanic.

ILM Resources: Trailer Systems and Components 190102e; Coupling Units Fundamentals and Service 190102f; Landing Gear
Fundamentals and Service 190102g; Orientation to Trailer Inspection 190102h

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 HEA3420: TRAILER SYSTEMS

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. identify common trailer
systems and components

2. service trailer coupling


systems

3. service trailer landing gear

4. explain trailer inspection


according to Commercial
Vehicle Inspection (CVI)
regulations

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE HEA3420: TRAILER SYSTEMS

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Not Yet


Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited
Demonstrated
Criteria

1. identify common trailer systems and components


1.1 describe types and I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
configurations of describe types and types and assistance to describe to describe types and provided evidence of
on-highway trailers configurations of configurations of types and configurations of this performance task.
on-highway trailers. on-highway trailers. configurations of on-highway trailers.
on-highway trailers.

1.2 identify trailer I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
configurations according identify trailer trailer configurations assistance to identify to identify trailer provided evidence of
to number of axles and configurations according to number trailer configurations configurations this performance task.
hitch points according to number of of axles and hitch according to number of according to number of
axles and hitch points. points. axles and hitch points. axles and hitch points.

1.3 identify trailer axle I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
configurations identify trailer axle trailer axle assistance to identify to identify trailer axle provided evidence of
configurations. configurations. trailer axle configurations. this performance task.
configurations.

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2. service trailer coupling systems
2.1 identify common types of I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
trailer coupling units identify common types common types of assistance to identify to identify common provided evidence of
of trailer coupling units. trailer coupling units. common types of trailer types of trailer coupling this performance task.
coupling units. units.

2.2 explain fifth wheel ratings I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and capacity concerns explain fifth wheel fifth wheel ratings and assistance to explain to explain fifth wheel provided evidence of
ratings and capacity capacity concerns. fifth wheel ratings and ratings and capacity this performance task.
concerns. capacity concerns. concerns.

2.3 service fifth wheel I can consistently I can usually service I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
couplings service fifth wheel fifth wheel couplings. assistance to service to service fifth wheel provided evidence of
couplings. fifth wheel couplings. couplings. this performance task.

2.4 service a no-slack pintle I can consistently I can usually service a I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
hitch service a no-slack pintle no-slack pintle hitch. assistance to service a to service a no-slack provided evidence of
hitch. no-slack pintle hitch. pintle hitch. this performance task.

2.5 explain procedures and I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
safety precautions explain procedures and procedures and safety assistance to explain to explain procedures provided evidence of
required when coupling safety precautions precautions required procedures and safety and safety precautions this performance task.
and uncoupling trailer required when coupling when coupling and precautions required required when coupling
and uncoupling trailer uncoupling trailer when coupling and and uncoupling trailer
systems and when using
systems and when using systems and when uncoupling trailer systems and when using
landing gear landing gear. using landing gear. systems and when using landing gear.
landing gear.

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3. service trailer landing gear
3.1 identify common types of I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
trailer landing gear and identify common types common types of assistance to identify to identify common provided evidence of
explain their purpose of trailer landing gear trailer landing gear common types of trailer types of trailer landing this performance task.
and explain their and explain their landing gear and gear and explain their
purpose. purpose. explain their purpose. purpose.

3.2 service common types of I can consistently I can usually service I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
trailer landing gear service common types common types of assistance to service to service common provided evidence of
of trailer landing gear. trailer landing gear. common types of trailer types of trailer landing this performance task.
landing gear. gear.

4. explain trailer inspection according to Commercial Vehicle Inspection (CVI) regulations


4.1 outline trailer inspection I can consistently I can usually outline I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
regulations and standards outline trailer trailer inspection assistance to outline to outline trailer provided evidence of
inspection regulations regulations and trailer inspection inspection regulations this performance task.
and standards. standards. regulations and and standards.
standards.

4.2 identify conditions caused I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
by damage, wear or identify conditions conditions caused by assistance to identify to identify conditions provided evidence of
corrosion that would make caused by damage, damage, wear or conditions caused by caused by damage, this performance task.
a trailer unsafe or wear or corrosion that corrosion that would damage, wear or wear or corrosion that
would make a trailer make a trailer unsafe corrosion that would would make a trailer
inoperable
unsafe or inoperable. or inoperable. make a trailer unsafe or unsafe or inoperable.
inoperable.

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HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE HEA3425: BRAKE FUNDAMENTALS

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Three

Prerequisites: HEA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


HEA3400: Basic Tools & Materials

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to inspect, service and maintain hydraulic brake systems
and components.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with basic hand tools, specialty hand tools and equipment, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification in the trade(s) of heavy duty mechanic; heavy duty equipment
mechanic (off-road); truck and transport mechanic; or transport-trailer mechanic.

ILM Resources: Hydraulic Brake System Fundamentals 190103a; Hydraulic Brake System (Drum and Disc) 190103b; Hydraulic Brake
System Diagnosis and Service 190103c

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 HEA3425: BRAKE FUNDAMENTALS

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. apply scientific principles to
braking system operation

2. explain the operation of


hydraulic drum and disc
brake systems

3. service hydraulic drum and


disc brake systems

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE HEA3425: BRAKE FUNDAMENTALS

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Not Yet


Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited
Demonstrated
Criteria

1. apply scientific principles to braking system operation


1.1 explain braking principles, I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
with emphasis on heat, explain braking braking principles, assistance to explain to explain braking provided evidence of
friction and hydraulic principles, with with emphasis on heat, braking principles, with principles, with this performance task.
forces emphasis on heat, friction and hydraulic emphasis on heat, emphasis on heat,
friction and hydraulic forces. friction and hydraulic friction and hydraulic
forces. forces. forces.

1.2 explain the properties, I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
specifications and explain the properties, the properties, assistance to explain the to explain the provided evidence of
handling procedures of specifications and specifications and properties, properties, this performance task.
brake fluid handling procedures of handling procedures specifications and specifications and
brake fluid. of brake fluid. handling procedures of handling procedures of
brake fluid. brake fluid.

2. explain the operation of hydraulic drum and disc brake systems


2.1 explain the principles of I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
operation of drum brake explain the principles of the principles of assistance to explain the to explain the principles provided evidence of
systems operation of drum brake operation of drum principles of operation of operation of drum this performance task.
systems. brake systems. of drum brake systems. brake 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
operation of disc brake explain the principles of the principles of assistance to explain the to explain the provided evidence of
systems operation of disc brake operation of disc principles of operation principles of operation this performance task.
systems. brake systems. of disc brake systems. of disc brake systems.

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

2.4 explain the purpose and I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
construction of brake lines explain the purpose and the purpose and assistance to explain the to explain the purpose provided evidence of
and hoses construction of brake construction of brake purpose and and construction of this performance task.
lines and hoses. lines and hoses. construction of brake brake lines and hoses.
lines and hoses.

2.5 explain the construction I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and operation of wheel explain the construction the construction and assistance to explain the to explain the provided evidence of
cylinders and calipers and operation of wheel operation of wheel construction and construction and this performance task.
cylinders and calipers. cylinders and calipers. operation of wheel operation of wheel
cylinders and calipers. cylinders and calipers.

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

3. service hydraulic drum and disc brake systems


3.1 list safety responsibilities I can consistently list I can usually list I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
required when servicing safety responsibilities safety responsibilities assistance to list safety to list safety provided evidence of
and repairing brake required when servicing required when responsibilities required responsibilities required this performance task.
systems and repairing brake servicing and when servicing and when servicing and
systems. repairing brake repairing brake repairing brake systems.
systems. systems.

3.2 diagnose brake system I can consistently I can usually diagnose I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
faults diagnose brake system brake system faults. assistance to diagnose to diagnose brake provided evidence of
faults. brake system faults. system faults. this performance task.

3.3 service a typical drum I can consistently I can usually service a I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
brake assembly service a typical drum typical drum brake assistance to service a to service a typical provided evidence of
brake assembly. assembly. typical drum brake drum brake assembly. this performance task.
assembly.

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3.4 service a typical disc brake I can consistently I can usually service a I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
assembly service a typical disc typical disc brake assistance to service a to service a typical disc provided evidence of
brake assembly. assembly. typical disc brake brake assembly. this performance task.
assembly.

3.5 describe reconditioning I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
procedures required for describe reconditioning reconditioning assistance to describe to describe provided evidence of
master cylinders, wheel procedures required for procedures required reconditioning reconditioning this performance task.
cylinders and brake master cylinders, wheel for master cylinders, procedures required for procedures for master
cylinders and brake wheel cylinders and master cylinders, wheel cylinders, wheel
calipers
calipers. brake calipers. cylinders and brake cylinders and brake
calipers. calipers.

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

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HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE HEA3430: BRAKE SERVICE & REPAIR

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Three

Prerequisites: HEA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


HEA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
HEA3425: Brake Fundamentals

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to inspect, service and maintain hydraulic, electric and
parking brake systems and components.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with basic hand tools, specialty hand tools and equipment, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification in the trade(s) of heavy duty mechanic; heavy duty equipment
mechanic (off-road); truck and transport mechanic; or transport-trailer mechanic.

ILM Resources: Hydraulic Brake Booster System Fundamentals and Service 190103d; Parking Brake System Fundamentals and
Service 190103e; Electric Brake Fundamentals and Service 190103f

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

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COURSE HEA3430: BRAKE SERVICE & REPAIR

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. explain power braking
system service procedures

2. explain service procedures


for parking brake systems

3. explain service procedures


of electric parking systems

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE HEA3430: BRAKE SERVICE & REPAIR

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Not Yet


Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited
Demonstrated
Criteria

1. explain power braking system service procedures


1.1 identify common power I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
assist braking systems identify common power common power assist assistance to identify to identify common provided evidence of
assist braking systems. braking systems. common power assist power assist braking this performance task.
braking systems. systems.

1.2 explain the principles of I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
operation for vacuum explain the principles of the principles of assistance to explain the to explain the principles provided evidence of
brake booster systems operation for vacuum operation for vacuum principles of operation of operation for vacuum this performance task.
brake booster systems. brake booster systems. for vacuum brake brake booster systems.
booster systems.

1.3 describe the diagnosis and I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
repair procedures for describe the diagnosis the diagnosis and assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
vacuum brake booster and repair procedures repair procedures for the diagnosis and repair diagnosis and repair this performance task.
systems for vacuum brake vacuum brake booster procedures for vacuum procedures for vacuum
booster systems. systems. brake booster systems. brake booster systems.

1.4 explain the principles I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
of operation of explain the principles explain the principles assistance to explain the to explain the principles provided evidence of
air-over-hydraulic brake of operation of of operation of principles of operation of operation of this performance task.
booster systems air-over-hydraulic air-over-hydraulic of air-over-hydraulic air-over-hydraulic brake
brake booster systems. brake booster systems. brake booster systems. booster systems.

1.5 describe the diagnosis I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and repair procedures for describe the diagnosis the diagnosis and assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
air-over-hydraulic brake and repair procedures repair procedures for the diagnosis and diagnosis and repair this performance task.
booster systems for air-over-hydraulic air-over-hydraulic repair procedures for procedures for
brake booster systems. brake booster systems. air-over-hydraulic brake air-over-hydraulic brake
booster systems. booster systems.

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1.6 explain the principles I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
of operation for explain the principles of the principles of assistance to explain the to explain the principles provided evidence of
hydraulic-over-hydraulic operation for hydraulic- operation for principles of operation of operation for this performance task.
brake booster systems over-hydraulic brake hydraulic-over- for hydraulic-over- hydraulic-over-
booster systems. hydraulic brake hydraulic brake booster hydraulic brake booster
booster systems. systems. systems.

1.7 describe the diagnosis and I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
repair procedures for describe the diagnosis the diagnosis and assistance to describe to describe the provided evidence of
hydraulic-over-hydraulic and repair procedures repair procedures for the diagnosis and repair diagnosis and repair this performance task.
brake booster systems for hydraulic-over- hydraulic-over- procedures for procedures for
hydraulic brake booster hydraulic brake hydraulic-over- hydraulic-over-
systems. booster systems. hydraulic brake booster hydraulic brake booster
systems. systems.

2. explain service procedures for parking brake systems


2.1 explain the principles of I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
operation for common explain the principles of the principles of assistance to explain the to explain the principles provided evidence of
parking brake systems operation for common operation for common principles of operation of operation for this performance task.
parking brake systems. parking brake for common parking common parking brake
systems. brake systems. systems.
2.2 describe the adjusting I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
procedures for common describe the adjusting the adjusting assistance to describe to describe the adjusting provided evidence of
parking brake systems procedures for common procedures for the adjusting procedures procedures for common this performance task.
parking brake systems. common parking for common parking parking brake systems.
brake systems. brake systems.
2.3 describe repair procedures I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
for common parking brake describe repair repair procedures for assistance to describe to describe repair provided evidence of
systems procedures for common common parking repair procedures for procedures for common this performance task.
parking brake systems. brake systems. common parking brake parking brake systems.
systems.

3. explain service procedures of electric braking systems


3.1 explain the principles of I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
operation for electric explain the principles of the principles of assistance to explain the to explain the principles provided evidence of
braking systems operation for electric operation for electric principles of operation of operation for electric this performance task.
braking systems. braking systems. for electric braking braking systems.
systems.

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3.2 identify basic electric I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
braking system failures identify basic electric basic electric braking assistance to identify to identify basic electric provided evidence of
braking system failures. system failures. basic electric braking braking system failures. this performance task.
system failures.

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HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE HEA3435: HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Three

Prerequisites: HEA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


HEA3400: Basic Tools & Materials

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to inspect, service and maintain hydraulic systems and
components.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with basic hand tools, specialty hand tools and equipment, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification in the trade(s) of heavy duty mechanic; heavy duty equipment
mechanic (off-road); truck and transport mechanic; or transport-trailer mechanic.

ILM Resources: Hydraulic Fundamentals 190103g; Hydraulic System Components: Reservoir, Filters, Hoses and Coolers 190103h;
Hydraulic System Components: Pumps, Valves and Cylinders 190103i

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 HEA3435: HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. explain hydraulic principles

2. explain the function of the


following hydraulic
components: hydraulic oils,
reservoirs, filters,
conductors and heat
exchangers

3. explain the functions and


principles of operation of
hydraulic system
components

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE HEA3435: HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Not Yet


Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited
Demonstrated
Criteria

1. explain hydraulic principles


1.1 define basic hydraulic I can consistently I can usually define I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
terminology common to define basic hydraulic basic hydraulic assistance to define to define basic provided evidence of
all hydraulic systems terminology common to terminology common basic hydraulic hydraulic terminology this performance task.
all hydraulic systems. to all hydraulic terminology common to common to all
systems. all hydraulic systems. hydraulic systems.

1.2 explain, using I can consistently I can usually explain, I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
mathematical calculations, explain, using using mathematical assistance to explain, to explain, using provided evidence of
the hydraulic principles of mathematical calculations, the using mathematical mathematical this performance task.
pressure, force and area calculations, the hydraulic principles of calculations, the calculations, the
hydraulic principles of pressure, force and hydraulic principles of hydraulic principles of
pressure, force and area. pressure, force and area. pressure, force and area.
area.

1.3 draw and interpret basic I can consistently draw I can usually draw and I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
hydraulic schematics and interpret basic interpret basic assistance to draw and to draw and interpret provided evidence of
hydraulic schematics. hydraulic schematics. interpret basic hydraulic basic hydraulic this performance task.
schematics. schematics.

1.4 identify hydraulic I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
conductors identify hydraulic hydraulic conductors. assistance to identify to identify hydraulic provided evidence of
conductors. hydraulic conductors. conductors. this performance task.

1.5 identify hydraulic valves I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
identify hydraulic hydraulic valves. assistance to identify to identify hydraulic provided evidence of
valves. hydraulic valves. valves. this performance task.

1.6 identify hydraulic I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
accessories identify hydraulic hydraulic accessories. assistance to identify to identify hydraulic provided evidence of
accessories. hydraulic accessories. accessories. this performance task.

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1.7 state the safety precautions I can consistently state I can usually state the I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
that must be observed the safety precautions safety precautions that assistance to state the to state the safety provided evidence of
when working with that must be observed must be observed safety precautions that precautions that must be this performance task.
hydraulic systems when working with when working with must be observed when observed when working
hydraulic systems. hydraulic systems. working with hydraulic with hydraulic systems.
systems.

2. explain the function of the following hydraulic components: hydraulic oils, reservoirs, filters, conductors and heat exchangers
2.1 explain the functions of I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
hydraulic oil explain the functions of the functions of assistance to explain the to explain the functions provided evidence of
hydraulic oil. hydraulic oil. functions of hydraulic of hydraulic oil. this performance task.
oil.

2.2 state the primary quality I can consistently state I can usually state the I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
characteristics of the primary quality primary quality assistance to state the to state the primary provided evidence of
hydraulic oil characteristics of characteristics of primary quality quality characteristics this performance task.
hydraulic oil. hydraulic oil. characteristics of of hydraulic oil.
hydraulic oil.

2.3 explain the properties of I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
hydraulic fluid and the explain the properties the properties of assistance to explain the to explain the properties provided evidence of
criteria for its selection of hydraulic fluid and hydraulic fluid and the properties of hydraulic of hydraulic fluid and this performance task.
the criteria for its criteria for its fluid and the criteria for the criteria for its
selection. selection. its selection. selection.

2.4 state the functions of the I can consistently state I can usually state the I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
hydraulic reservoir and its the functions of the functions of the assistance to state the to state the functions of provided evidence of
related components hydraulic reservoir and hydraulic reservoir functions of the the hydraulic reservoir this performance task.
its related components. and its related hydraulic reservoir and and its related
components. its related components. components.

2.5 describe the common I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
types of hydraulic describe the common the common types of assistance to describe to describe the common provided evidence of
reservoirs used on mobile types of hydraulic hydraulic reservoirs the common types of types of hydraulic this performance task.
equipment reservoirs used on used on mobile hydraulic reservoirs reservoirs used on
mobile equipment. equipment. used on mobile mobile equipment.
equipment.

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2.6 state the functions and I can consistently state I can usually state the I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
principles of operation of the functions and functions and assistance to state the to state the functions provided evidence of
filtration devices principles of operation principles of operation functions and principles and principles of this performance task.
of filtration devices. of filtration devices. of operation of filtration operation of filtration
devices. devices.

2.7 explain the construction I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and applications of explain the construction the construction and assistance to explain the to explain the provided evidence of
common types of and applications of applications of construction and construction and this performance task.
hydraulic conductors common types of common types of applications of common applications of common
hydraulic conductors. hydraulic conductors. types of hydraulic types of hydraulic
conductors. conductors.

2.8 state the function and I can consistently state I can usually state the I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
applications of hydraulic the function and function and assistance to state the to state the function and provided evidence of
heat exchangers applications of applications of function and applications of this performance task.
hydraulic heat hydraulic heat applications of hydraulic heat
exchangers. exchangers. hydraulic heat exchangers.
exchangers.

3. explain the functions and principles of operation of hydraulic system components


3.1 explain gear pump I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
operating principles explain gear pump gear pump operating assistance to explain to explain gear pump provided evidence of
operating principles. principles. gear pump operating operating principles. this performance task.
principles.

3.2 explain the principles of I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
operation of the basic explain the principles of the principles of assistance to explain the to explain the principles provided evidence of
types of hydraulic control operation of the basic operation of the basic principles of operation of operation of the basic this performance task.
valves types of hydraulic types of hydraulic of the basic types of types of hydraulic
control valves. control valves. hydraulic control control valves.
valves.

3.3 describe the most common I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
methods of valve describe the most the most common assistance to describe to describe the most provided evidence of
actuation for heavy common methods of methods of valve the most common common methods of this performance task.
equipment valves valve actuation for actuation for heavy methods of valve valve actuation for
heavy equipment equipment valves. actuation for heavy heavy equipment
valves. equipment valves. valves.

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

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of basic hydraulic construction of basic construction of basic and construction of construction of basic
cylinders hydraulic cylinders. hydraulic cylinders. basic hydraulic hydraulic cylinders.
cylinders.

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HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE HEA3440: ELECTRICAL THEORY

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Four

Prerequisites: HEA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


HEA3400: Basic Tools & Materials

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to understand and analyze electrical and electronic
systems and components.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with basic hand tools, specialty hand tools and equipment, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification in the trade(s) of heavy duty mechanic; heavy duty equipment
mechanic (off-road); truck and transport mechanic; or transport-trailer mechanic.

ILM Resources: Electrical Theory 190104a; Electrical Circuits 190104b; Magnetism 190104c

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.
COURSE HEA3440: ELECTRICAL THEORY

Checklist

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Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments
Check Check
1. apply scientific principles to
explain electrical theory

2. identify electrical circuit


types and circuit defects

3. apply scientific principles to


explain the theory of
magnetism

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE HEA3440: ELECTRICAL THEORY

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Not Yet


Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited
Demonstrated
Criteria

1. apply scientific principles to explain electrical theory


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 conductors, explain the physical the physical properties assistance to explain the to explain the physical provided evidence of
semiconductors and properties of of conductors, physical properties of properties of this performance task.
insulators conductors, semiconductors and conductors, conductors,
semiconductors and insulators. semiconductors and semiconductors and
insulators. insulators. insulators.

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 of
resistance terms of voltage, voltage, current and electricity in terms of terms of voltage, this performance task.
current and resistance. resistance. voltage, current and current and resistance.
resistance.

1.3 explain direct current, I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
alternating current and explain direct current, direct current, assistance to explain to explain direct provided evidence of
static electricity alternating current and alternating current and direct current, current, alternating this performance task.
static electricity. static electricity. alternating current and current and static
static electricity. electricity.

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2. identify electrical circuit types and circuit defects
2.1 list the components of a I can consistently list I can usually list the I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
basic electrical circuit the components of a components of a basic assistance to list the to list the components provided evidence of
basic electrical circuit. electrical circuit. components of a basic of a basic electrical this performance task.
electrical circuit. circuit.

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

2.3 explain electrical laws and I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
formulas that apply to the explain electrical laws electrical laws and assistance to explain to explain electrical provided evidence of
operation of electrical and formulas that apply formulas that apply to electrical laws and laws and formulas that this performance task.
units to the operation of the operation of formulas that apply to apply to the operation
electrical units. electrical units. the operation of of electrical units.
electrical units.

2.4 apply electrical laws and I can consistently apply I can usually apply I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
formulas to electrical laws and electrical laws and assistance to apply to apply electrical laws provided evidence of
mathematically calculate formulas to formulas to electrical laws and and formulas to this performance task.
circuit values mathematically mathematically formulas to mathematically
calculate circuit values. calculate circuit mathematically calculate circuit values.
values. calculate circuit values.

2.5 explain the effects of I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
circuit defects on voltage, explain the effects of the effects of circuit assistance to explain the to explain the effects of provided evidence of
current and resistance and circuit defects on defects on voltage, effects of circuit defects circuit defects on this performance task.
on circuit operation voltage, current and current and resistance on voltage, current and voltage, current and
resistance and on circuit and on circuit resistance and on circuit resistance and on circuit
operation. operation. operation. operation.

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3. apply scientific principles to explain the theory of magnetism
3.1 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 assistance to explain the to explain the provided evidence of
laws of magnetism. of magnetism. fundamental laws of fundamental laws of this performance task.
magnetism. magnetism.

3.2 explain the properties and I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
applications of permanent explain the properties the properties and assistance to explain the to explain the properties provided evidence of
magnets and applications of applications of properties and and applications of this performance task.
permanent magnets. permanent magnets. applications of permanent magnets.
permanent magnets.

3.3 explain the construction, I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
operation and applications explain the the construction, assistance to explain the to explain the provided evidence of
of electromagnets construction, operation operation and construction, operation construction, operation this performance task.
and applications of applications of and applications of and applications of
electromagnets. electromagnets. electromagnets. electromagnets.

3.4 explain the principles of I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
electromagnetic induction explain the principles of the principles of assistance to explain the to explain the principles provided evidence of
electromagnetic electromagnetic principles of of electromagnetic this performance task.
induction. induction. electromagnetic induction.
induction.

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HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE HEA3445: ELECTRICAL SERVICE

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Four

Prerequisites: HEA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


HEA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
HEA3440: Electrical Theory

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to inspect, service and maintain electrical and electronic
systems and components.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with basic hand tools, specialty hand tools and equipment, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification in the trade(s) of heavy duty mechanic; heavy duty equipment
mechanic (off-road); truck and transport mechanic; or transport-trailer mechanic.

ILM Resources: Test Equipment 190104d; Battery Fundamentals and Service 190104e; Electrical Wiring, Lighting Circuits and Circuit
Protection 190104f

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

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summative assessments to ensure students competency in this course.

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COURSE HEA3445: ELECTRICAL SERVICE

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. use electrical test equipment
to measure electrical values
and check circuit operation

2. service, test and charge a


leadacid battery

3. test and repair electrical


circuits

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE HEA3445: ELECTRICAL SERVICE

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Not Yet


Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited
Demonstrated
Criteria

1. use electrical test equipment to measure electrical values and check circuit operation
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 explain the construction the construction and assistance to explain the to explain the provided evidence of
voltmeters, ammeters and and operation of operation of construction and construction and this performance task.
ohmmeters voltmeters, ammeters voltmeters, ammeters operation of voltmeters, operation of voltmeters,
and ohmmeters. and ohmmeters. ammeters and ammeters and
ohmmeters. ohmmeters.

1.2 explain meter precautions I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
when measuring voltage, explain meter meter precautions assistance to explain to explain meter provided evidence of
current and resistance precautions when when measuring meter precautions when precautions when this performance task.
measuring voltage, voltage, current and measuring voltage, measuring voltage,
current and resistance. resistance. current and resistance. current and resistance.

1.3 measure voltage at various I can consistently I can usually measure I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
points on a circuit and measure voltage at voltage at various assistance to measure to measure voltage at provided evidence of
interpret the results various points on a points on a circuit and voltage at various various points on a this performance task.
circuit and interpret the interpret the results. points on a circuit and circuit and interpret the
results. interpret the results. results.

1.4 measure current flow at I can consistently I can usually measure I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
various points on a circuit measure current flow at current flow at various assistance to measure to measure current flow provided evidence of
and interpret the results various points on a points on a circuit and current flow at various at various points on a this performance task.
circuit and interpret the interpret the results. points on a circuit and circuit and interpret the
results. interpret the results. results.

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1.5 measure resistance, using I can consistently I can usually measure I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
an ohmmeter measure resistance, resistance, using an assistance to measure to measure resistance, provided evidence of
using an ohmmeter. ohmmeter. resistance, using an using an ohmmeter. this performance task.
ohmmeter.

1.6 identify and use additional I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
electrical test equipment identify and use and use additional assistance to identify to identify and use provided evidence of
additional electrical test electrical test and use additional additional electrical test this performance task.
equipment. equipment. electrical test equipment.
equipment.

2. service, test and charge a leadacid battery


2.1 identify hazards and I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
precautionary measures identify hazards and hazards and assistance to identify to identify hazards and provided evidence of
associated with leadacid precautionary measures precautionary hazards and precautionary measures this performance task.
storage batteries associated with measures associated precautionary measures associated with
leadacid storage with leadacid storage associated with leadacid storage
batteries. batteries. leadacid storage batteries.
batteries.

2.2 explain battery I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
construction, sizing, explain battery battery construction, assistance to explain to explain battery provided evidence of
capacity and ratings construction, sizing, sizing, capacity and battery construction, construction, sizing, this performance task.
capacity and ratings. ratings. sizing, capacity and capacity and ratings.
ratings.

2.3 perform battery I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
maintenance and testing perform battery perform battery assistance to perform to perform battery provided evidence of
maintenance and maintenance and battery maintenance and maintenance and this performance task.
testing. testing. testing. testing.

2.4 list safety precautions and I can consistently list I can usually list I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
procedures for boosting safety precautions and safety precautions and assistance to list safety to list safety precautions provided evidence of
batteries procedures for boosting procedures for precautions and and procedures for this performance task.
batteries. boosting batteries. procedures for boosting boosting batteries.
batteries.

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2.5 list the safety precautions I can consistently list I can usually list the I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and procedures for the safety precautions safety precautions and assistance to list the to list the safety provided evidence of
charging batteries and procedures for procedures for safety precautions and precautions and this performance task.
charging batteries. charging batteries. procedures for charging procedures for charging
batteries. batteries.

2.6 explain multiple battery I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
circuits in relation to explain multiple battery multiple battery assistance to explain to explain multiple provided evidence of
connections and battery circuits in relation to circuits in relation to multiple battery circuits battery circuits in this performance task.
compatibility connections and battery connections and in relation to relation to connections
compatibility. battery compatibility. connections and battery and battery
compatibility. compatibility.

3. test and repair electrical circuits


3.1 trace electrical circuits by I can consistently trace I can usually trace I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
using symbols that are electrical circuits by electrical circuits by assistance to trace to trace electrical provided evidence of
common to the industry using symbols that are using symbols that are electrical circuits by circuits by using this performance task.
common to the industry. common to the using symbols that are symbols that are
industry. common to the industry. common to the industry.

3.2 perform wiring harness I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
inspection and repair perform wiring harness wiring harness assistance to perform to perform wiring provided evidence of
inspection and repair. inspection and repair. wiring harness harness inspection and this performance task.
inspection and repair. repair.

3.3 identify and repair wiring I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
harness connectors that identify and repair and repair wiring assistance to identify to identify and repair provided evidence of
are common to the wiring harness harness connectors and repair wiring wiring harness this performance task.
industry connectors that are that are common to harness connectors that connectors that are
common to the industry. the industry. are common to the common to the industry.
industry.

3.4 test circuit protection I can consistently test I can usually test I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
devices, switches, relays circuit protection circuit protection assistance to test circuit to test circuit protection provided evidence of
and solenoids devices, switches, devices, switches, protection devices, devices, switches, this performance task.
relays and solenoids. relays and solenoids. switches, relays and relays and solenoids.
solenoids.

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3.5 repair an electrical lighting I can consistently repair I can usually repair an I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
circuit for each of the an electrical lighting electrical lighting assistance to repair an to repair an electrical provided evidence of
following: a short circuit, circuit for each of the circuit for each of the electrical lighting lighting circuit for each this performance task.
a ground fault, an open following: a short following: a short circuit for each of the of the following: a short
circuit, a ground fault, circuit, a ground fault, following: a short circuit, a ground fault,
circuit and high resistance
an open circuit and high an open circuit and circuit, a ground fault, an open circuit and high
resistance. high resistance. an open circuit and high resistance.
resistance.

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HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE HEA3450: ELECTRONICS

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Four

Prerequisites: HEA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


HEA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
HEA3440: Electrical Theory
HEA3445: Electrical Service

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to inspect, service and maintain electronic systems and
components.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with basic hand tools, specialty hand tools and equipment, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification in the trade(s) of heavy duty mechanic; heavy duty equipment
mechanic (off-road); truck and transport mechanic; or transport-trailer mechanic.

ILM Resources: Basic Electronics 190104g; Electronic Control Systems 190104h

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

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summative assessments to ensure students competency in this course.

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COURSE HEA3450: ELECTRONICS

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. test discrete electronic
components used in the
trade

2. describe the operation of


basic computer-controlled
systems

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE HEA3450: ELECTRONICS

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Not Yet


Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited
Demonstrated
Criteria

1. test discrete electronic components used in the trade


1.1 compare and contrast solid I can consistently I can usually compare I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
state electronic and compare and contrast and contrast solid state assistance to to compare and contrast provided evidence of
electrical circuitry solid state electronic electronic and compare and contrast solid state electronic this performance task.
and electrical circuitry. electrical circuitry. solid state electronic and electrical circuitry.
and electrical circuitry.

1.2 explain the properties, I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
applications and test explain the properties, the properties, assistance to explain the to explain the provided evidence of
procedures for resistors applications and test applications and test properties, applications properties, applications this performance task.
procedures for resistors. procedures for and test procedures for and test procedures for
resistors. resistors. resistors.

1.3 explain the properties, I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
applications and test explain the properties, the properties, assistance to explain the to explain the provided evidence of
procedures for diodes applications and test applications and test properties, applications properties, applications this performance task.
procedures for diodes. procedures for diodes. and test procedures for and test procedures for
diodes. diodes.

1.4 identify the conditions that I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
affect the life of electronic identify the conditions the conditions that assistance to identify to identify the provided evidence of
devices that affect the life of affect the life of the conditions that conditions that affect this performance task.
electronic devices. electronic devices. affect the life of the life of electronic
electronic devices. devices.

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2. describe the operation of basic computer-controlled systems
2.1 identify the terminology I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
commonly used with identify the terminology the terminology assistance to to identify the provided evidence of
computer controls and commonly used with commonly used with identify the terminology terminology commonly this performance task.
components computer controls and computer controls and commonly used with used with computer
components. components. computer controls and controls and
components. components.

2.2 explain the function of I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
electronic control system explain the function of the function of assistance to explain the to explain the function provided evidence of
components electronic control electronic control function of electronic of electronic control this performance task.
system components. system components. control system system components.
components.

2.3 explain the interaction I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
between inputs, explain the interaction explain the interaction assistance to explain the to explain the provided evidence of
processors and outputs between inputs, between inputs, interaction between interaction between this performance task.
and multiplexing to processors and outputs processors and outputs inputs, processors and inputs, processors and
and multiplexing to and multiplexing to outputs and outputs and
control a circuit or a
control a circuit or a control a circuit or a multiplexing to control multiplexing to control
system system. system. a circuit or a system. a circuit or a system.

2.4 identify electronic test I can consistently I can usually identify I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
equipment used for identify electronic test electronic test assistance to identify to identify electronic provided evidence of
diagnosis of electronic equipment used for equipment used for electronic test test equipment used for this performance task.
systems diagnosis of electronic diagnosis of electronic equipment used for diagnosis of electronic
systems. systems. diagnosis of electronic systems.
systems.

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HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE HEA3455: AIR BRAKE FUNDAMENTALS

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Five

Prerequisite: HEA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


HEA3400: Basic Tools & Materials

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to inspect, service and maintain air brake systems and
components.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with basic hand tools, specialty hand tools and equipment, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification in the trade(s) of heavy duty mechanic; heavy duty equipment
mechanic (off-road); truck and transport mechanic; or transport-trailer mechanic.

ILM Resources: Air Brake System Fundamentals 190105a; Truck/Tractor Air Brake System Components Part A 190105cA;
Truck/Tractor Air Brake System Components Part B 190105cB

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 HEA3455: AIR BRAKE FUNDAMENTALS

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. explain the fundamental
principles of operation of an
air brake system

2. explain the principles of


operation of truck/tractor
air brake systems

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE HEA3455: AIR BRAKE FUNDAMENTALS

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Not Yet


Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited
Demonstrated
Criteria

1. explain the fundamental principles of operation of an air brake system


1.1 explain the principles of I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
operation of an air brake explain the principles of the principles of assistance to to explain the principles provided evidence of
system operation of an air operation of an air explain the principles of of operation of an air this performance task.
brake system. brake system. operation of an air brake system.
brake system.

1.2 demonstrate an I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
understanding of basic air demonstrate an demonstrate an assistance to to demonstrate an provided evidence of
brake system components understanding of basic understanding of basic demonstrate an understanding of basic this performance task.
air brake system air brake system understanding of basic air brake system
components. components. air brake system components.
components.

2. explain the principles of operation of truck/tractor air brake systems


2.1 explain the functions and I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
principles of operation of explain the functions the functions and assistance to to explain the functions provided evidence of
common air brake supply and principles of principles of operation explain the functions and principles of this performance task.
circuit components operation of common of common air brake and principles of operation of common
air brake supply circuit supply circuit operation of common air brake supply circuit
components. components. air brake supply circuit components.
components.

2.2 explain the functions and I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
principles of operation of explain the functions the functions and assistance to explain the to explain the functions provided evidence of
common primary service and principles of principles of operation functions and principles and principles of this performance task.
brake circuit components operation of common of common primary of operation of common operation of common
primary service brake service brake circuit primary service brake primary service brake
circuit components. components. circuit components. circuit components.

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2.3 explain the functions and I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
principles of operation of explain the functions explain the functions assistance to explain the to explain the functions provided evidence of
common secondary and principles of and principles of functions and principles and principles of this performance task.
service brake circuit operation of common operation of common of operation of common operation of common
secondary service brake secondary service secondary service brake secondary service brake
components
circuit components. brake circuit circuit components. circuit components.
components.

2.4 explain the functions and I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
principles of operation of explain the functions the functions and assistance to explain the to explain the functions provided evidence of
common parking/ and principles of principles of operation functions and principles and principles of this performance task.
emergency brake circuit operation of common of common parking/ of operation of common operation of common
parking/ emergency brake parking/ emergency parking/ emergency
components
emergency brake circuit circuit components. brake circuit brake circuit
components. components. components.

2.5 explain the functions and I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
principles of operation of explain the functions the functions and assistance to explain the to explain the functions provided evidence of
common trailer control and principles of principles of operation functions and principles and principles of this performance task
circuit components operation of common of common trailer of operation of common operation of common
trailer control circuit control circuit trailer control circuit trailer control circuit
components. components. components. components.

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HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE HEA3460: AIR BRAKE MECHANICS

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Five

Prerequisites: HEA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


HEA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
HEA3455: Air Brake Fundamentals

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to inspect, service and maintain trailer air brake systems
and components.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with basic hand tools, specialty hand tools and equipment, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification in the trade(s) of heavy duty mechanic; heavy duty equipment
mechanic (off-road); truck and transport mechanic; or transport-trailer mechanic.

ILM Resources: Air Brake System Mechanical Components 190105b; Trailer Air Brake System Components 190105d

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 HEA3460: AIR BRAKE MECHANICS

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. explain the operating
principles of air brake
mechanical components

2. explain the principles of


trailer brake system
component operation

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE HEA3460: AIR BRAKE MECHANICS

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Not Yet


Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited
Demonstrated
Criteria

1. explain the operating principles of air brake mechanical components


1.1 explain the components I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and operating principles explain the components the components and assistance to explain the to explain the provided evidence of
of a typical and operating principles operating principles of components and components and this performance task.
cam-operated foundation of a typical a typical operating principles of a operating principles of a
cam-operated cam-operated typical cam-operated typical cam-operated
brake
foundation brake. foundation brake. foundation brake. foundation brake.

1.2 explain the operating I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
principles of a typical air explain the operating the operating assistance to explain the to explain the operating provided evidence of
disc foundation brake principles of a typical principles of a typical operating principles of a principles of a typical this performance task.
air disc foundation air disc foundation typical air disc air disc foundation
brake. brake. foundation brake. brake.

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2. explain the principles of trailer brake system component operation
2.1 explain the functions and I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
principles of operation of explain the functions the functions and assistance to to explain the functions provided evidence of
a pre-CMVSS 121 single and principles of principles of operation explain the functions and principles of this performance task.
trailer brake circuit operation of a of a pre-CMVSS 121 and principles of operation of a
pre-CMVSS 121 single single trailer brake operation of a pre-CMVSS 121 single
trailer brake circuit. circuit. pre-CMVSS 121 single trailer brake circuit.
trailer brake circuit.

2.2 explain the functions and I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
principles of operation of explain the functions the functions and assistance to explain the to explain the functions provided evidence of
a CMVSS 121 single and principles of principles of operation functions and principles and principles of this performance task.
trailer brake circuit operation of a CMVSS of a CMVSS 121 of operation of a operation of a CMVSS
121 single trailer brake single trailer brake CMVSS 121 single 121 single trailer brake
circuit. circuit. trailer brake circuit. circuit.

2.3 explain the functions and I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
principles of operation of explain the functions explain the functions assistance to explain the to explain the functions provided evidence of
common components used and principles of and principles of functions and principles and principles of this performance task.
on multiple trailer operation of common operation of common of operation of common operation of common
components used on components used on components used on components used on
combinations
multiple trailer multiple trailer multiple trailer multiple trailer
combinations. combinations. combinations. combinations.

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HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE HEA3465: AIR BRAKE SERVICE

Level: First Period Apprenticeship, Section Five

Prerequisites: HEA3900: Apprenticeship Safety


HEA3400: Basic Tools & Materials
HEA3455: Air Brake Fundamentals
HEA3460: Air Brake Mechanics

Description: Students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to inspect, test, service and maintain air brake and
antilock systems and components.

Parameters: Access to a materials work centre, complete with basic hand tools, specialty hand tools and equipment, and to instruction
from an individual with journeyperson certification in the trade(s) of heavy duty mechanic; heavy duty equipment
mechanic (off-road); truck and transport mechanic; or transport-trailer mechanic.

ILM Resources: Air Brake System Testing and Service 190105e; Air Antilock Brake System Fundamentals 190105f

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

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COURSE HEA3465: AIR BRAKE SERVICE

Checklist

Student Outcomes Student Teacher Student, Teacher or Instructor Comments


Check Check
1. service and diagnose
truck/tractor and trailer air
brake systems

2. describe the basic operation


of an air antilock brake
system

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE HEA3465: AIR BRAKE SERVICE

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Not Yet


Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited
Demonstrated
Criteria

1. service and diagnose truck/tractor and trailer air brake systems


1.1 state the safety precautions I can consistently state I can usually state the I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
that must be observed the safety precautions safety precautions that assistance to state the to state the safety provided evidence of
prior to performing air that must be observed must be observed prior safety precautions that precautions that must be this performance task.
brake system testing and prior to performing air to performing air must be observed prior observed prior to
brake system testing brake system testing to performing air brake performing air brake
service
and service. and service. system testing and system testing and
service. service.

1.2 perform a visual I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
inspection of the air brake perform a visual a visual inspection of assistance to perform a to perform a visual provided evidence of
system inspection of the air the air brake system. visual inspection of the inspection of the air this performance task.
brake system. air brake system. brake system.

1.3 perform air brake system I can consistently I can usually perform I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
testing perform air brake air brake system assistance to perform to perform air brake provided evidence of
system testing. testing. air brake system testing. system testing. this performance task.

1.4 analyze test results and I can consistently I can usually analyze I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
state possible causes for analyze test results and test results and state assistance to analyze to analyze test results provided evidence of
system malfunction state possible causes for possible causes for test results and state and state possible this performance task.
system malfunction. system malfunction. possible causes for causes for system
system malfunction. malfunction.

1.5 service cam-operated I can consistently I can usually service I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
foundation brakes service cam-operated cam-operated assistance to service to service cam-operated provided evidence of
foundation brakes. foundation brakes. cam-operated foundation brakes. this performance task.
foundation brakes.

2. describe the basic operation of an air antilock brake system

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2.1 list the advantages of I can consistently list I can usually list the I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
operating a vehicle the advantages of advantages of assistance to list the to list the advantages of provided evidence of
equipped with an antilock operating a vehicle operating a vehicle advantages of operating operating a vehicle this performance task.
brake system equipped with an equipped with an a vehicle equipped with equipped with an
antilock brake system. antilock brake system. an antilock brake antilock brake system.
system.

2.2 explain the operation of an I can consistently I can usually explain I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
air antilock brake system explain the operation of the operation of an air assistance to explain the to explain the operation provided evidence of
an air antilock brake antilock brake system. operation of an air of an air antilock brake this performance task.
system. antilock brake system. system.

2.3 identify typical system I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
layout and component identify typical system identify typical system assistance to to identify typical provided evidence of
locations on a vehicle layout and component layout and component identify typical system system layout and this performance task.
equipped with an air locations on a vehicle locations on a vehicle layout and component component locations on
equipped with an air equipped with an air locations on a vehicle a vehicle equipped with
antilock brake system
antilock brake system. antilock brake system. equipped with an air an air antilock brake
antilock brake system. system.

2.4 describe air antilock brake I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
system service precautions describe air antilock air antilock brake assistance to describe to describe air antilock provided evidence of
brake system service system service air antilock brake brake system service this performance task.
precautions. precautions. system service precautions.
precautions.

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HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP ASSESSMENT

COURSE HEA3900: 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 journeyperson certification in the trade(s) of
heavy duty mechanic; heavy duty equipment mechanic (off-road); truck and transport mechanic; or
transport-trailer mechanic.

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 HEA3900: 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 heavy
equipment technician
apprenticeship trade

2. describe the use of personal


protective equipment and
safe practices for climbing,
lifting, rigging and hoisting
in the heavy equipment
technician apprenticeship
trade

3. perform lifting operations


using proper techniques and
equipment and following
occupational health and
safety standards

4. describe the safety practices


for hazardous materials and
fire protection in the heavy
equipment technician
apprenticeship trade

5. demonstrate communication
skills and workshop safety

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as they pertain to
occupational health and
safety standards

6. demonstrate an
understanding of the heavy
equipment technician
apprenticeship trade and of
apprenticeship
opportunities that exist by
creating a personal career
portfolio

Teacher Signature Date

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COURSE HEA3900: APPRENTICESHIP SAFETY

Rubric

Student Name: Date:

Level Not Yet


Excellent Proficient Adequate Limited
Demonstrated
Criteria

1. describe legislation, regulations and practices intended to ensure a safe workplace in the heavy equipment 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 this performance task.
requirements applicable to parts of the OHS Code 26 parts of the OHS understanding of the 26 parts of the OHS
requirements applicable Code requirements 26 parts of the OHS Code requirements
all industries
to all industries. applicable to all Code requirements applicable to all
industries. applicable to all industries.
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 this performance task.
requirements applicable to parts of the OHS Code 12 parts of the OHS understanding of the 12 parts of the OHS
requirements applicable Code requirements 12 parts of the OHS Code requirements
specific industries and
to specific industries applicable to specific Code requirements applicable to specific
activities and activities. industries and applicable to specific industries and activities.
activities. industries 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 this performance task.
the Explanation Guide OHS Code Schedules 11 OHS Code understanding of the 11 OHS Code
that the Explanation Schedules that the 11 OHS Code Schedules that the
does not address
Guide does not address. Explanation Guide Schedules that the Explanation Guide does
does not address. Explanation Guide does not address.
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 roles and the roles and assistance to describe to describe the roles and provided evidence of
employers and responsibilities of responsibilities of the roles and responsibilities of this performance task.
employees with respect employers and employers and responsibilities of employers and
employees with respect employees with employers and employees with respect
to the selection and use
to the selection and use respect to the selection employees with respect to the selection and use
of personal protective of personal protective and use of personal to the selection and use of personal protective
equipment equipment. protective equipment. of personal protective equipment.
equipment.

2. describe the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) and safe practices for climbing, lifting, rigging and hoisting in the heavy
equipment 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

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

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

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. perform lifting operations using proper techniques and equipment and following occupational health and safety standards
3.1 demonstrate knowledge I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
and use of hoisting and demonstrate knowledge demonstrate assistance to to demonstrate provided evidence of
lifting equipment and use of hoisting and knowledge and use of demonstrate knowledge knowledge and use of this performance task.
lifting equipment. hoisting and lifting and use of hoisting and hoisting and lifting
equipment. lifting equipment. equipment.

3.2 describe applications of I can consistently I can usually describe I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
wire rope on machinery describe applications of applications of wire assistance to describe to describe applications provided evidence of
following regulations set wire rope on machinery rope on machinery applications of wire of wire rope on this performance task.
out by the Occupational following regulations following regulations rope on machinery machinery following
set out by the set out by the following regulations regulations set out by
Health and Safety Act
Occupational Health Occupational Health set out by the the Occupational
and Safety Act. and Safety Act. Occupational Health Health and Safety Act.
and Safety Act.

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3.3 demonstrate the correct I can consistently I can usually I sometimes need I often need assistance I have not yet
use of jacking and demonstrate the correct demonstrate the assistance to to demonstrate the provided evidence of
blocking techniques use of jacking and correct use of jacking demonstrate the correct correct use of jacking this performance task.
common to off-road and blocking techniques and blocking use of jacking and and blocking techniques
common to off-road and techniques common to blocking techniques common to off-road and
on-road equipment and
on-road equipment and common to off-road and on-road equipment and
trailers trailers. off-road and on-road trailers.
equipment and on-road equipment and
trailers. trailers.

4. describe the safety practices for hazardous materials and fire protection in the heavy equipment technician apprenticeship trade
4.1 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.

4.2 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.

4.3 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.

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

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4.5 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.

5. demonstrate communication skills and workshop safety as they pertain to occupational health and safety standards
5.1 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
communication to communication to various types of communication to this performance task.
trade-related information, provide trade-related provide trade-related communication to provide trade-related
information, employing information, provide trade-related information, employing
employing standard terms
standard terms for employing standard information, employing standard terms for
for components and components and terms for components standard terms for components and
operations operations. and operations. components and operations.
operations.

5.2 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.

5.3 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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6. demonstrate an understanding of the heavy equipment technician apprenticeship trade and of apprenticeship opportunities that exist
by creating a personal career portfolio
6.1 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
heavy equipment understanding of the understanding of the demonstrate an understanding of the this performance task.
technician apprenticeship heavy equipment heavy equipment understanding of the heavy equipment
technician technician heavy equipment technician
trade and related job
apprenticeship trade apprenticeship trade technician apprenticeship trade
opportunities and related job and apprenticeship trade and related job
opportunities. related job and related job opportunities.
opportunities. opportunities.
6.2 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.
6.3 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.
6.4 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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6.5 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 heavy equipment requirements to move requirements to move educational educational this performance task.
technician apprenticeship into the heavy into the heavy requirements to move requirements to move
equipment technician equipment technician into the heavy into the heavy
trade
apprenticeship trade. apprenticeship trade. equipment technician equipment technician
apprenticeship trade. apprenticeship trade.

Teacher feedback and


assessment.

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