Technical Training Skills Programme
Technical Training Skills Programme
September 14, 2017

Standard Bases Learning Programmes

Standard Bases Learning Programmes
UNIT STANDARD TITLE NQF LEVEL NLRD NUMBER Credits
1.    Participate in work group active ties 2 13258 4
2.    Explain the individual’s role within the business. 2 12466 4
3.    Keep the work area safe and productive. 2 13220 8
4.    Manage individual and team performance. 4 11473 8
5.    Participate in management of conflict. 5 14609 4
6.    Show understanding of diversity in the workplace. 3 116720 3
7.    Apply safety, health and environmental protection procedures in the workplace. 3 13223 6
8.    Institute a disciplinary action 5 11286 8
9.    Demonstrate basic understanding of the primary labour legislation in the workplace. 4 13952 8
10. Solve problem, make decisions and implement solutions. 4 242817 10
11. Employ and systematic approach to achieving objectives. 4 242822 10
12. Motivate and Build a team 4 242819 10
13. Induct a member into a team. 3 242812 4
14. Communicate with clients 3 253656 3
15. Explain and use organisational procedures. 3 376925 6
16. Build teams to achieve goals and objectives. 5 252037 6
17. Select and coach first line managers. 5 252035 8
18. Manage a diverse workforce to add value. 5 252043 6
19. Monitor and evaluate team members against performance of standards. 5 252034 8
20. Lead people development and talent management 5 252029 8
21. Analyse leadership and related theories in a work context. 5 120300 8
22. Apply the principles of ethics to improve organisational culture. 5 252042 5
23. Apply leadership concept in a work context 4 242824 12
24. Facilitate the transfer and application of learning in the workplace. 5 123398 5
25. Monitor the level of service to a range of customers. 4 242829 5
26. Counsel work group members in respect of HIV/AIDS. 5 13203 3
27. Demonstrating understanding of warehousing manufacturing and inventory 4 116280 20
28. Operate counter –balanced lift truck 3 242974 7
29. Operate a pendant controlled overhead crane 2 116235 5
30. Maintaining occupational health ,safety and general housekeeping 3 8016 8
31. Operate overhead /gantry cranes 2 242976 5
32. Apply knowledge of HIV/AIDS to a specific business sector and a workplace 3 114941 4
33. Foster and maintain customer relations 3 123258 10
34. Plan road transport services deliver 3 123261 8
35. Coach a team member in order to enhance individual performance in work environment 3 113909 5
36. Carry out basic first aid treatment in workplace 3 116534 2
37. Manage time efficiently to enhance productivity and enhance a balanced lifestyle 3 117171 2
38. Oparate a grid heavy vehicle 4 123253 15
39. Oparate a vehicle combination 4 123254 20
40. Provide commuter services 3 123256 8
41. Oparate a rigid light vehicle 2 123257 10
42. Load general freight 2 123262 6
43. Meet the requirement in order to obtain a provisional license 2 243665 15
44. Meet the requirements for being a safe driver to obtain a valid driving licence for a motor vehicle 2 243666 22
45. Provide first aid as an advanced first responder 3 376480 8
46. Managing self-development 4 7997 12
47. Oparate in a team 2 8420 4
48. Interpret and use information from texts 3 119457 5
49. Write/present/sign texts for a range of communication contexts 3 119465 5
50. Use language and communication in occupational learning programmes 3 119467 5
51. Accommodate audience and context needs in oral /signed communication 3 119472 5
52. Use mathematical to investigate and monitor the financial aspects of personal ,business and national issues 3 7456 5
53. Demontrate an understanding of the use of different numbers bases and measurement unit and an awareness of error in the context of relevant calculations 3 9010 2
54. Investigate life and work related problems using data and probabilities 3 9012 5
55. Describe ,apply ,analyse and calculate shape and motion 2-and 3-dimensional space in different contexts 3 9013 4
56. Perform basic fire fighting 2 12484 4
57. Operate mobile crane 2 116254 20
58. Operate a cab controlled overhead crane 2 116231 8
59. Apply and maintain safety in a working environment 2 258925 5
60.Apply soldering techniques 2 258932 2
61.Design and construct a single phase circuit 2 258935 5
62. Explain the individual`s role within business 2 12466 4
63.   Identify, inspect, clean and maintain electrical rotating machines 2 259017 6
64. Identify, inspect, use, maintain and care for engineering hand tools 2 258957 6
65. Install electric wire ways 2 258960 6
66. Install luminaires 2 258942 4
67. Install or replace electrical metering units or measuring instrument 2 258919 4
67. Install, join and terminate Low Voltage cables and conductors 2 258921 8
68. Install, maintain or replace Low Voltage distribution boards, protection devices and components 2 258937 6
69. Maintain transformers 2 258962 5
70. Mark off basic regular engineering shapes 2 9881 6
71.Select, use and care for electrical measuring and testing instruments 2 258918 4
72. Select, use and care for power tools 2 10255 5
73. Understand fundamentals of electricity 2 258967 8
74. Access and use information from texts 2 119463 5
75. Apply basic knowledge of statistics and probability to influence the use of data and procedures in order to investigate life related problems 2 9009 3
76. Demonstrate understanding of rational and irrational numbers and number systems 2 7480 3
77.Identify, describe, compare, classify, explore shape and motion in 2-and 3-dimensional shapes in different contexts 2 9008 3
78. Maintain and adapt oral/signed communication 2 119454 5
79. Use language and communication in occupational learning programmes 2 119460 5
80. Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial aspects of personal and community life 2 7469 2
81. Work with a range of patterns and functions and solve problems 2 9007 5
82.Write/present for a defined context 2 119456 5
83.Operate a personal computer system 1 116932 3
84. Use a Graphical User Interface (GUI)-based word processor to create and edit documents 1 116938 4
85. Carry out a close inspection and repair defects on a flameproof enclosure 2 258931 2
86. Carry out a detailed electrical inspection on an isolated overhead line 2 258929 3
87. Carry out a detailed inspection on an overhead trolley line 2 110387 4
88. Carry out basic electric arc welding in an electrical environment 2 258939 8
89. Carry out basic gas welding, brazing and cutting in an electrical environment 2 258920 8
90. Construct, maintain and dismantle Low Voltage overhead networks 2 258936 10
91. Demonstrate an understanding of switchgear assembly 2 265005 3
92. Demonstrate an understanding of the uses and safety aspect associated with flammable energy sources such as gas 2 258928 3
93. Develop a learning plan and a portfolio for assessment 2 12465 6
94. Ensure safety at road works in urban areas 2 258923 2
95. Handle and care for portable electrical earthing gear and related equipment 2 258938 2
96. Identify, handle and assemble Medium or High Voltage line hardware and related materials 2 258922 4
97. Inspect and clean Medium or High voltage yards and enclosures 2 258941 2
98. Inspect service and maintain a photovoltaic supplied pump 2 258926 3
99. Install and commission photovoltaic supplied water pump 2 258927 3
100. Install low voltage transformers 2 10234 6
101. Maintain batteries, battery rooms or tripping units 2 258917 7
102. Maintain servitudes, wayleaves and clearances 2 258934 5
103. Perform basic fire fighting 2 12484 4
104. Perform basic first aid 2 12483 4
105. Repair and service small gas appliances 2 113859 3
106. Demonstrate knowledge of legislation and standards relevant to the switchgear assembly industry 3 265007 8
107. Demonstrate knowledge of switchgear assembly components and their representation on drawings 3 265034 8
108. Fabricate and install busbars 3 265002 4
109. Install earthing systems and shrouding on switchgear assembly 3 264999 8
110. Modify installed switchgear assemblies 2 265008 4