The Fundamental Component consists of Unit Standards to the value of 37 credits.
This qualification is for any individual who is, or wishes to be, involved in a metals production environment and be able to perform a range of activities to operate and maintain process equipment for a particular process or operation within a specific metals production environment. Such processes or operations will include extracting, melting, refining, casting, rolling, shearing, forging and other metallurgical processes.
In general, individuals at this level in the metal production environment will operate a furnace, casting machine or a converter among other process machines or equipment.
An individual acquiring this qualification will be able to contribute towards the smooth and efficient operation of the production processes in the metal production sector.
The core component contains generic competencies covering, inter alia: Organisational procedures, health, safety and environmental procedures.
Preparation, setting-up and operating process equipment. Performing first line maintenance. These competencies will enable the learner to work in different industries within the diverse production sector.
The qualification ensures progression of learning, enabling the learner to perform optimally and provides access to a higher qualification within the same or a related sector.
The qualification will facilitate access to, and mobility within, education and training for learners who: Wish to extend their range of skills and knowledge and hence their competencies in the metals production environment.
The qualification also focuses on the skills, knowledge, values and attitudes required to progress further. The intention is to: Release the potential of people. Provide opportunities for people to explore different but related activities within the metals production sector.
Metals production can be defined as the processing of raw materials into metal products, including value adding processes.
The metals production sector constitutes the following industries - iron and steel, aluminium, platinum, chrome and zinc and is characterised by sophisticated processes. Companies within this sector operate in a global competitive and challenging environment.
The products produced have to respond to a wide variety of customer requirements and safety, health, environmental, quality and risk management issues.
Typical learners will be persons who wish to become qualified operators in a metals production environment. Many of these will be persons currently operating in this environment who have not received any formal recognition for their skills and knowledge.
Other learners will be those who have completed the National Certificate:unit 1 effective communication level 3 health and social care Essay P1 Effective communication is important both within an organisation and externally. Effective . 3. Be able to establish a rapport with customers through non-verbal and verbal communication skills Non-verbal skills, i.e.
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• matching body language (e.g. posture, gestures, eyecontact). In all of the tables in this document, both the pre NQF Level and the NQF Level is shown. In the text (purpose statements, qualification rules, etc), any references to NQF Levels are to the pre levels unless specifically stated otherwise.
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