Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) 2015

Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) 2015
Interprovincial Program Guide
Industrial
Mechanic
(Millwright)
2015
Interprovincial
Program Guide
Industrial Mechanic
(Millwright)
2015
Trades and Apprenticeship Division
Division des métiers et de l’apprentissage
Labour Market Integration Directorate
Direction de l’intégration au marché du
travail
National Occupational Classification:
7311
Disponible en français sous le titre :
Mécanicien industriel/mécanicienne
industrielle (de chantier)
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Foreword
The Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship (CCDA) recognizes this
Interprovincial Program Guide (IPG) as the national curriculum for the occupation of
Industrial Mechanic (Millwright).
Jurisdictions have long recognized the benefit of pooling resources in the development
and maintenance of apprenticeship training standards. A successful example of this is
the Interprovincial Standards Red Seal Program itself. Essential to the establishment of
standards is the development of suitable training systems and programs which enable
tradespeople to acquire certification based on these standards. While certification is the
responsibility of Apprenticeship administrators throughout Canada, the development
and delivery of technical training is the responsibility of jurisdictions.
In 1999, work to develop common training for apprenticeship programs within the
Atlantic Provinces began. To date, 22 Curriculum Standards have been developed
through the Atlantic Standards Partnership (ASP) project to assist programming staff
and instructors in the design and delivery of technical training. Similarly, the CCDA
embarked on a process for the development of national IPGs for the Boilermaker,
Carpenter and Sprinkler System Installer trades. At its January 2005 strategic planning
session, the CCDA identified developing common training standards as one of the key
activities in moving towards a more cohesive apprenticeship system.
With the support of Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), several
provinces and territories have partnered to build on the ASP and the CCDA processes
to further develop IPGs to be used across the country. This partnership will create
efficiencies in time and resources and promote consistency in training and apprentice
mobility.
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Acknowledgements
The CCDA and the IPG Committee wish to acknowledge the contributions of the
following industry and instructional representatives who participated in the original
development of this document in 2008.
Kimberly Andreas
Susan Arsenault
Bruse Askeland
Clive Bainbridge
Edward Howse
Duncan MacDonald
Glenn Maxwell
Martin Molloy
James Pope
Sean Sparks
J. Alan Szmerski
Saskatchewan
Prince Edward Island
New Brunswick
Yukon
Newfoundland and Labrador
Nova Scotia
Saskatchewan
Manitoba
Northwest Territories
New Brunswick
Manitoba
In addition to the representatives above, various federal, provincial and territorial
representatives contributed to the development of this document including the host
province of Manitoba.
In 2014, a review, update and jurisdictional validation of this IPG were completed to
ensure adequate coverage of the occupation as outlined in the 2013 National
Occupational Analysis (NOA).
As this program guide will be amended periodically, comments or suggestions for
improvement should be directed to:
Trades and Apprenticeship Division
Labour Market Integration Directorate
Employment and Social Development Canada
140 Promenade du Portage, Phase IV, 5th Floor
Gatineau, Quebec K1A 0J9
e-mail: redseal-sceaurouge@hrsdc-rhdcc.gc.ca
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Table of Contents
Foreword ....................................................................................................................................... 2
Acknowledgement ....................................................................................................................... 3
User Guide .................................................................................................................................... 5
IPG Glossary of Terms ................................................................................................................ 7
Essential Skills Profiles ................................................................................................................ 9
Profile Chart ................................................................................................................................ 10
Recommended Level Structure ................................................................................................ 12
2013 NOA Sub-Task to IPG Unit Comparison ...................................................................... 13
PROGRAM CONTENT
Level 1 .......................................................................................................................................... 20
Level 2 .......................................................................................................................................... 50
Level 3 .......................................................................................................................................... 78
Level 4 .......................................................................................................................................... 98
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User Guide
According to the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum, the IPG is: "a list of validated
technical training outcomes, based upon those sub-tasks identified as common core in
the National Occupational Analysis (NOA), and validated by industry in the provinces
and territories as incorporating the essential tasks, knowledge and skills associated with
a given trade."
Learning outcomes contained in the IPG represent the minimum common core content
for the development of jurisdictional training standards and outlines. IPGs are
developed based on the NOAs and extensive industry consultation. The IPG is intended
to assist program development staff in the design of jurisdictional plans of training.
Each jurisdiction has the flexibility to add additional content.
The IPG was deliberately constructed for ease of use and flexibility of structure in order
to adapt to all delivery requirements. It details units of training, unit outcomes and
objectives. It does not impose a delivery model or teaching format.
Jurisdictions and/or training providers will select and develop delivery materials and
techniques that accommodate a variety of learning styles and delivery patterns. The IPG
does not dictate study materials, textbooks or learning activities to be used in delivery.
The IPG document includes a recommended levelling structure to facilitate mobility for
apprentices moving from one jurisdiction to another. Because of difference in
jurisdictional regulations and program durations, levels are offered as suggestions only.
Structure
The IPG is divided into units which are identified by unique codes. The unit codes are
used as a means of identification and are not intended to convey the order of delivery.
Prerequisites have not been detailed. Each unit consists of Learning Outcomes and
Objectives and Content.
The Learning Outcomes are the specific performances that must be evaluated. Wording
of the learning outcomes, "Demonstrate knowledge of…", acknowledges the broad
spectrum of ways in which knowledge can be shown. It is at the discretion of each
jurisdiction to determine the manner in which learning outcomes are evaluated;
theoretically, practically or a combination of both.
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User Guide (continued)
The Objectives and Content for the unit details the information to be covered in order to
achieve the performances specified in the Learning Outcomes. These objectives can be
either theoretical or practical in nature, based on the requirements identified through
the industry consultation process. The learning activities used to cover the objectives
are at the discretion of the jurisdiction; however, practically worded objective
statements have been used where industry indicated a need for the apprentices to
receive exposure to performing the task or skill outlined while attending technical
training. For example, this exposure could be done through instructor demonstration or
individual or group performance of the skill or task. This practical training will help to
reinforce the theoretical component of the technical training.
Detailed content for each objective has not been developed. Where detail is required for
clarity, content has been provided. The content listed within the IPG document is not
intended to represent an inclusive list; rather, it is included to illustrate the intended
direction for the objective. Content may be added or extended in jurisdictional training
plans as required.
Jurisdictions are free to deliver the IPG units one at a time or concurrently, provided
that all Learning Outcomes are met. The IPG does not indicate the amount of time to be
spent on a particular unit as the length of time required to deliver the Learning Outcomes
successfully will depend upon the learning activities and teaching methods used.
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IPG Glossary of Terms
These definitions are intended as a guide to how language is used in the IPGs.
ADJUST
To put in good working order; regulate; bring to a proper
state or position.
APPLICATION
The use to which something is put and/or the circumstance
in which you would use it.
CHARACTERISTIC
A feature that helps to identify, tell apart, or describe
recognizably; a distinguishing mark or trait.
COMPONENT
A part that can be separated from or attached to a system; a
segment or unit.
DEFINE
To state the meaning of (a word, phrase, etc.).
DESCRIBE
To give a verbal account of; tell about in detail.
EXPLAIN
To make plain or clear; illustrate; rationalize.
IDENTIFY
To point out or name objectives or types.
INTERPRET
To translate information from observation, charts, tables,
graphs, and written material.
MAINTAIN
To keep in a condition of good repair or efficiency.
METHOD
A means or manner of doing something that has procedures
attached to it.
PROCEDURE
A prescribed series of steps taken to accomplish an end.
PURPOSE
The reason for which something exists or is done, made or
used.
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IPG Glossary of Terms (continued)
TECHNIQUE
Within a procedure, the manner in which technical skills are
applied.
TEST
v. To subject to a procedure that ascertains effectiveness,
value, proper function, or other quality.
n. A way of examining something to determine its
characteristics or properties, or to determine whether or not
it is working correctly.
TROUBLESHOOT
To follow a systematic procedure to identify and locate a
problem or malfunction and its cause.
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Essential Skills Profiles
Essential Skills are the skills needed for work, learning and life. They provide the
foundation for learning all the other skills that enable people to evolve within their jobs
and adapt to workplace change.
Over the past several years, the Government of Canada has conducted research
examining the skills people use at work. From this research, Essential Skills Profiles
have been developed for various occupations.
For more information regarding Essential Skills and to access Essential Skills Profiles for
specific occupations, visit Employment and Social Development Canada’s Essential
Skills website at:
http://www.esdc.gc.ca/eng/jobs/les/profiles/index.shtml
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Profile Chart
COMMON OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS
IMM-105
Safety
IMM-110
Communications
IMM-115
Drawings and Sketching
IMM-120
Introduction to
Trade-Related Tools
and Equipment
IMM-125
Measuring and Layout
IMM-130
Grinders
IMM-135
Power Metal Saws
IMM-140
Drilling Machines
IMM-145
Fastening and Retaining
Devices
IMM-150
Metallurgy
IMM-160
Access Equipment
IMM-170
Oxy-fuel Cutting,
Heating and Welding
IMM-185
Lubrication Systems
IMM-205
Equipment Assembly
Drawings
IMM-250
Shielded Metal Arc
Welding (SMAW)
IMM-255
Gas Metal Arc Welding
(GMAW [MIG])
IMM-260
Gas Tungsten Arc
Welding (GTAW [TIG])
IMM-265
Plasma Arc Cutting
IMM-270
Lathe Operations
IMM-275
Milling Machines
IMM-415
Electrical Principles
IMM-440
Mechanical Installation
Drawings
IMM-445
Equipment Installation
and Alignment
IMM-470
Job Planning
RIGGING, HOISTING/LIFTING AND MOVING
IMM-165
Rigging,
Hoisting/Lifting and
Moving
MECHANICAL COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS
IMM-175
Bearings
IMM-180
Seals and Gaskets
IMM-215
Couplings
IMM-220
Clutches and Brakes
IMM-225
Shafts and Attachments
IMM-235
Chain and Belt Drive
Systems
IMM-240
Gear Drives
IMM-420
Prime Movers
(Electric Motors)
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Profile Chart (continued)
MECHANICAL COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS
IMM-425
Prime Movers (Internal
Combustion Engines)
IMM-430
Prime Movers
(Turbines)
MATERIAL HANDLING/ PROCESS SYSTEMS
IMM-245
Compressors I
IMM-325
Process Tanks and
Containers
IMM-330
Compressors II
IMM-340
Positive Displacement
Pumps
IMM-345
Conveying Systems
IMM-435
Fans and Blowers
IMM-335
Centrifugal pumps
HYDRAULIC, PNEUMATIC AND VACUUM SYSTEMS
IMM-305
Introduction to Fluid
Power
IMM-310
Hydraulic Systems I
IMM-315
Pneumatic Systems I
IMM-400
Hydraulic Systems II
IMM-405
Pneumatic Systems II
IMM-410
Vacuum Systems
IMM-320
Piping Systems
PREVENTIVE AND PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE, TESTING AND COMMISSIONING
IMM-200
Introduction to
Commissioning
IMM-230
Shaft Alignment I
IMM-300
Shaft Alignment II
IMM-450
Preventive and
Predictive Maintenance
IMM-455
Vibration Analysis
IMM-460
Balancing
IMM-465
Fluid Analysis
IMM-475
Non-Destructive Testing
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Recommended Level Structure
Level 1
Unit Code
IMM-105
IMM-110
IMM-115
IMM-120
IMM-125
IMM-130
IMM-135
IMM-140
IMM-145
Title
Safety
Communications
Drawings and Sketching
Introduction to Trade-Related
Tools and Equipment
Measuring and Layout
Grinders
Power Metal Saws
Drilling Machines
Fastening and Retaining
Devices
Level 2
Unit Code
IMM-200
IMM-205
IMM-215
Title
Introduction to Commissioning
Equipment Assembly Drawings
Couplings
26
IMM-220
Clutches and Brakes
53
28
30
31
32
IMM-225
IMM-230
IMM-235
IMM-240
Shafts and Attachments
Shaft Alignment I
Chain and Belt Drive Systems
Gear Drives
55
57
59
61
34
IMM-245
Compressors I
63
Page
20
22
24
Shielded Metal Arc Welding
(SMAW)
Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW
[MIG])
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
(GTAW [TIG])
Page
50
51
52
IMM-150
Metallurgy
36
IMM-250
IMM-160
Access Equipment
38
IMM-255
39
IMM-260
42
IMM-265
Plasma Arc Cutting
71
43
45
47
IMM-270
IMM-275
Lathe Operations
Milling Machines
73
75
IMM-165
IMM-170
IMM-175
IMM-180
IMM-185
Level 3
Unit Code
IMM-300
IMM-305
IMM-310
IMM-315
IMM-320
Rigging, Hoisting/Lifting and
Moving
Oxy-fuel Cutting, Heating and
Welding
Bearings
Seals and Gaskets
Lubrication Systems
Title
Shaft Alignment II
Introduction to Fluid Power
Hydraulic Systems I
Pneumatic Systems I
Piping Systems
Page
78
80
81
83
85
Level 4
Unit Code
IMM-400
IMM-405
IMM-410
IMM-415
IMM-420
IMM-325
Process Tanks and Containers
87
IMM-425
IMM-330
IMM-335
Compressors II
Centrifugal Pumps
89
91
IMM-430
IMM-435
IMM-340
Positive Displacement Pumps
93
IMM-440
IMM-345
Conveying Systems
95
IMM-445
IMM-450
IMM-455
IMM-460
IMM-465
IMM-470
IMM-475
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Title
Hydraulic Systems II
Pneumatic Systems II
Vacuum Systems
Electrical Principles
Prime Movers (Electric Motors)
Prime Movers (Internal
Combustion Engines)
Prime Movers (Turbines)
Fans and Blowers
Mechanical Installation
Drawings
Equipment Installation and
Alignment
Preventive and Predictive
Maintenance
Vibration Analysis
Balancing
Fluid Analysis
Job Planning
Non-Destructive Testing
65
67
69
Page
98
100
102
104
106
108
110
112
114
115
117
119
120
122
123
124
2013 NOA Sub-task to IPG Unit Comparison
NOA Sub-task
Task 1 – Performs safety-related functions.
1.01
Uses personal protective
IMM-105
equipment (PPE) and safety
equipment.
1.02
Maintains safe work
IMM-105
environment.
IMM-165
1.03
Protects the environment.
IMM-105
1.04
Performs lock-out/tag-out and
IMM-105
zero energy procedures.
Task 2 – Maintains and uses tools and equipment.
2.01
Maintains hand and portable
IMM-120
power tools.
IMM-130
IMM-135
2.02
Maintains precision measuring
IMM-120
and layout tools.
IMM-125
2.03
Maintains rigging,
IMM-120
hoisting/lifting and moving
equipment.
IMM-165
2.04
Maintains welding equipment.
IMM-120
IMM-170
IMM-250
IMM-255
IMM-260
2.05
2.06
Uses shop machines.
IMM-265
IMM-120
Uses access equipment.
IMM-140
IMM-270
IMM-275
IMM-120
IMM-160
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IPG Unit
Safety
Safety
Rigging, Hoisting/Lifting and Moving
Safety
Safety
Introduction to Trade-Related Tools and
Equipment
Grinders
Power Metal Saws
Introduction to Trade-Related Tools and
Equipment
Measuring and Layout
Introduction to Trade-Related Tools and
Equipment
Rigging, Hoisting/Lifting and Moving
Introduction to Trade-Related Tools and
Equipment
Oxy-Fuel Cutting, Heating and Welding
Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW [MIG])
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW
[TIG])
Plasma Arc Cutting
Introduction to Trade-Related Tools and
Equipment
Drilling Machines
Lathe Operations
Milling Machines
Introduction to Trade-Related Tools and
Equipment
Access Equipment
Task 3 – Performs routine trade tasks
3.01
Plans work.
3.02
Fabricates workpiece.
3.03
3.04
3.05
3.06
3.07
3.08
Lubricates systems and
components.
Performs leveling of components
and systems.
Uses fastening and retaining
devices.
Tests metal and other materials
using standardized procedures.
Performs heat treatment of
metal.
Uses mechanical drawings and
schematics.
IMM-470
IMM-130
IMM-135
IMM-140
IMM-270
IMM-275
IMM-445
IMM-185
Job Planning
Grinders
Power Metal Saws
Drilling Machines
Lathe Operations
Milling Machines
Equipment Installation and Alignment
Lubrication Systems
IMM-445
Equipment Installation and Alignment
IMM-145
Fastening and Retaining Devices
IMM-150
Metallurgy
IMM-150
IMM-170
IMM-115
IMM-205
IMM-440
Metallurgy
Oxy-Fuel Cutting, Heating and Welding
Drawings and Sketching
Equipment Assembly Drawings
Mechanical Installation Drawings
Task 4 – Performs measuring and layout.
4.01
Prepares work area, tools and
IMM-125
materials.
4.02
Measures material and
IMM-125
components.
4.03
Lays out components.
IMM-125
Task 5 – Performs cutting and welding operations.
5.01
Cuts material with gas and
IMM-170
plasma arc cutting equipment.
IMM-265
5.02
Joins material using gas welding IMM-170
equipment.
5.03
Welds material using arc
IMM-250
welding equipment.
5.04
Welds material with gas metal
IMM-255
arc welding (GMAW (MIG))
equipment.
5.05
Welds material with gas
IMM-260
tungsten arc welding (GTAW
(TIG)) equipment.
Task 6 – Plans rigging, hoisting/lifting and moving.
6.01
Determines load.
IMM-165
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Measuring and Layout
Measuring and Layout
Measuring and Layout
Oxy-Fuel Cutting, Heating and Welding
Plasma Arc Cutting
Oxy-Fuel Cutting, Heating and Welding
Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW [MIG])
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW
[TIG])
Rigging, Hoisting/Lifting and Moving
6.02
6.03
Selects rigging equipment.
IMM-165
Selects hoisting/lifting and
IMM-165
moving equipment.
Task 7 – Rigs, hoists/lifts and moves load.
7.01
Secures area.
IMM-165
7.02
Sets up rigging, hoisting/lifting
IMM-165
and moving equipment.
7.03
Performs hoist/lift and move.
IMM-165
Task 8 – Services prime movers.
8.01
Installs prime movers.
IMM-420
IMM-425
8.02
8.03
Diagnoses prime movers.
IMM-430
IMM-420
IMM-425
Repairs prime movers.
IMM-430
IMM-420
IMM-425
IMM-430
Task 9 – Services shafts, bearings and seals.
9.01
Installs shafts, bearings and
IMM-175
seals.
IMM-180
IMM-225
9.02
Diagnoses shafts, bearings and
IMM-175
seals.
IMM-180
IMM-225
9.03
Repairs shafts, bearings and
IMM-175
seals.
IMM-180
IMM-225
9.04
Maintains shafts, bearings and
IMM-175
seals.
IMM-180
IMM-225
Task 10 – Services couplings, clutches and brakes.
10.01 Installs couplings, clutches and
IMM-215
brakes.
IMM-220
10.02 Installs couplings, clutches and
IMM-215
brakes.
IMM-220
10.03 Repairs couplings, clutches and
IMM-215
brakes.
IMM-220
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Rigging, Hoisting/Lifting and Moving
Rigging, Hoisting/Lifting and Moving
Rigging, Hoisting/Lifting and Moving
Rigging, Hoisting/Lifting and Moving
Rigging, Hoisting/Lifting and Moving
Prime Movers (Electric Motors)
Prime Movers (Internal Combustion
Engines)
Prime Movers (Turbines)
Prime Movers (Electric Motors)
Prime Movers (Internal Combustion
Engines)
Prime Movers (Turbines)
Prime Movers (Electric Motors)
Prime Movers (Internal Combustion
Engines)
Prime Movers (Turbines)
Bearings
Seals and Gaskets
Shafts and Attachments
Bearings
Seals and Gaskets
Shafts and Attachments
Bearings
Seals and Gaskets
Shafts and Attachments
Bearings
Seals and Gaskets
Shafts and Attachments
Couplings
Clutches and Brakes
Couplings
Clutches and Brakes
Couplings
Clutches and Brakes
Task 11 – Services chain and belt drive systems.
11.01 Installs chain and belt drive
IMM-235
systems.
11.02 Diagnoses chain and belt drive
IMM-235
systems.
11.03 Repairs chain and belt drive
IMM-235
systems.
11.04 Maintains chain and belt drive
IMM-235
systems.
Task 12 – Services gear systems.
12.01 Installs gear systems.
IMM-240
12.02 Diagnoses gear systems.
IMM-240
12.03 Repairs gear systems.
IMM-240
12.04 Maintains gear systems.
IMM-240
Task 13 – Services fans and blowers.
13.01 Installs fans and blowers.
IMM-435
13.02 Diagnoses fans and blowers.
IMM-435
13.03 Repairs fans and blowers.
IMM-435
13.04 Maintains fans and blowers.
IMM-435
Task 14 – Services compressors.
14.01 Installs compressors.
IMM-245
IMM-330
14.02 Diagnoses compressors.
IMM-245
IMM-330
14.03 Repairs compressors.
IMM-245
IMM-330
14.04 Maintains compressors.
IMM-245
IMM-330
Task 15 – Services pumps.
15.01 Installs pumps.
IMM-335
IMM-340
15.02 Diagnoses pumps.
IMM-335
IMM-340
15.03 Repairs pumps.
IMM-335
IMM-340
15.04 Maintains pumps.
IMM-335
IMM-340
Task 16 – Services conveying systems.
16.01 Installs conveying systems.
IMM-345
16.02 Diagnoses conveying systems.
IMM-345
16.03 Repairs conveying systems.
IMM-345
16.04 Maintains conveying systems.
IMM-345
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Chain and Belt Drive Systems
Chain and Belt Drive Systems
Chain and Belt Drive Systems
Chain and Belt Drive Systems
Gear Drives
Gear Drives
Gear Drives
Gear Drives
Fans and Blowers
Fans and Blowers
Fans and Blowers
Fans and Blowers
Compressors I
Compressors II
Compressors I
Compressors II
Compressors I
Compressors II
Compressors I
Compressors II
Centrifugal Pumps
Positive Displacement Pumps
Centrifugal Pumps
Positive Displacement Pumps
Centrifugal Pumps
Positive Displacement Pumps
Centrifugal Pumps
Positive Displacement Pumps
Conveying Systems
Conveying Systems
Conveying Systems
Conveying Systems
Task 17 – Services process tanks and containers.
17.01 Installs process tanks and
IMM-325
containers.
17.02 Diagnoses process tanks and
IMM-325
containers.
17.03 Repairs process tanks and
IMM-325
containers.
17.04 Maintains process tanks and
IMM-325
containers.
Task 18 – Services hydraulic systems.
18.01 Installs hydraulic systems.
IMM-305
IMM-310
IMM-320
IMM-400
18.02 Diagnoses hydraulic systems.
IMM-305
IMM-310
IMM-400
18.03 Repairs hydraulic systems.
IMM-305
IMM-310
IMM-400
18.04 Maintains hydraulic systems.
IMM-305
IMM-310
IMM-400
Task 19 – Services pneumatic and vacuum systems.
19.01 Installs pneumatic and vacuum
IMM-305
systems.
IMM-315
IMM-320
IMM-405
IMM-410
19.02 Diagnoses pneumatic and
IMM-305
vacuum systems.
IMM-315
IMM-405
IMM-410
19.03 Repairs pneumatic and vacuum
IMM-305
systems.
IMM-315
IMM-405
IMM-410
19.04 Maintains pneumatic and
IMM-305
vacuum systems.
IMM-315
IMM-405
IMM-410
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Process Tanks and Containers
Process Tanks and Containers
Process Tanks and Containers
Process Tanks and Containers
Introduction to Fluid Power
Hydraulic Systems I
Piping Systems
Hydraulic Systems II
Introduction to Fluid Power
Hydraulic Systems I
Hydraulic Systems II
Introduction to Fluid Power
Hydraulic Systems I
Hydraulic Systems II
Introduction to Fluid Power
Hydraulic Systems I
Hydraulic Systems II
Introduction to Fluid Power
Pneumatic Systems I
Piping Systems
Pneumatic Systems II
Vacuum Systems
Introduction to Fluid Power
Pneumatic Systems I
Pneumatic Systems II
Vacuum Systems
Introduction to Fluid Power
Pneumatic Systems I
Pneumatic Systems II
Vacuum Systems
Introduction to Fluid Power
Pneumatic Systems I
Pneumatic Systems II
Vacuum Systems
Task 20 – Performs preventive and predictive maintenance.
20.01 Performs preventive
IMM-450 Preventive and Predictive Maintenance
maintenance activities.
20.02 Performs predictive
IMM-450 Preventive and Predictive Maintenance
maintenance activities.
20.03 Schedules preventive and
IMM-450 Preventive and Predictive Maintenance
predictive maintenance.
Task 21 – Performs specialized testing and analysis.
21.01 Performs vibration analysis
IMM-455 Vibration Analysis
procedures.
21.02 Performs balancing procedures. IMM-460 Balancing
21.03 Performs alignment procedures. IMM-230 Shaft Alignment I
IMM-300 Shaft Alignment II
IMM-445 Equipment Installation and Alignment
21.04 Performs non-destructive testing IMM-475 Non-Destructive Testing
(NDT) procedures.
21.05 Performs fluid analysis
IMM-465 Fluid Analysis
procedures.
Task 22 – Commissions equipment.
22.01 Commissions mechanical
IMM-200 Introduction to Commissioning
systems and components, and
IMM-240 Gear Drives
material handling/process
IMM-245 Compressors I
systems.
IMM-330 Compressors II
IMM-335 Centrifugal Pumps
IMM-340 Positive Displacement Pumps
IMM-345 Conveying Systems
IMM-420 Prime Movers (Electric Motors)
IMM-425 Prime Movers (Internal Combustion
Engines)
IMM-430 Prime Movers (Turbines)
IMM-435 Fans and Blowers
22.02 Commissions hydraulic,
IMM-200 Introduction to Commissioning
pneumatic and vacuum systems. IMM-400 Hydraulic Systems II
IMM-405 Pneumatic Systems II
IMM-410 Vacuum Systems
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LEVEL 1
IMM-105
Safety
Learning Outcomes:
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Demonstrate knowledge of personal protective equipment (PPE) and safety
equipment, their applications, maintenance and procedures for use.
Demonstrate knowledge of safe work practices.
Demonstrate knowledge of regulatory requirements pertaining to safety.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to perform lock-out/tag-out and
zero energy procedures.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
1.01
1.02
1.03
1.04
Uses personal protective equipment (PPE) and safety equipment.
Maintains safe work environment.
Protects the environment.
Performs lock-out/tag-out and zero energy procedures.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with safety in the workplace.
2.
Identify workplace hazards, assess risks and describe the procedures used to
maintain a safe work environment.
i)
personal
ii)
workplace
electrical
chemical
potential sources of energy
confined spaces
fire
heights
air quality
rotating equipment
3.
Identify environmental hazards, assess risks and describe the procedures used to
protect the environment.
i)
contamination
water
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ii)
air
soil
hazardous materials
4.
Interpret codes and regulations related to workplace health and safety.
i)
federal
material safety data sheets (MSDS)
workplace hazardous material information system (WHMIS)
ii)
provincial/territorial
worker’s rights and responsibilities
iii)
municipal
iv)
company safety policies
5.
Identify types of PPE and clothing, and describe their characteristics,
applications and procedures for use.
6.
Identify types of safety equipment and describe their characteristics, applications
and procedures for use.
7.
Describe the procedures used to care for, maintain and store PPE according to
manufacturers’ specifications.
8.
Describe the procedures used to care for, maintain and store safety equipment
according to manufacturers’ specifications.
9.
Identify sources of stored energy.
10.
Describe the procedures used to lock-out and tag-out equipment and to return to
zero energy state.
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IMM-110
Communications
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of effective communication practices.
Demonstrate knowledge of trade-related documentation and its use.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to prepare and complete traderelated documentation.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with communication and trade-related
documentation.
2.
Explain the importance of effective verbal and non-verbal communication.
i)
interpersonal interactions
other tradespersons
co-workers
supervisors
clients
apprentices
ii)
conflict resolution
3.
Identify types of electronic communication devices, and describe their
applications and procedures for use.
i)
computers
software
email
internet
ii)
smart phones
applications
iii)
point of sale equipment
iv)
global positioning system (GPS)
4.
Explain the importance of appropriate and effective use of electronic devices and
sources of information.
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5.
Identify types of trade-related documentation and describe their applications.
i)
work orders
ii)
purchase orders
iii)
parts lists
iv)
manufacturers’ specifications
v)
codes and standards
vi)
manuals
safety
service
operating
vii)
permits
viii) drawing and specifications
ix)
employer-specific forms and reports
x)
preventative/predictive maintenance sheets
xi)
technical bulletins
xii)
service records
xiii) warranties
xiv) estimates
6.
Describe the procedures used to prepare and complete trade-related
documentation.
7.
Describe the procedures used to access, interpret and apply information found
on trade-related documentation.
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IMM-115
Drawings and Sketching
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of drawings and sketches, their use and interpretation.
Demonstrate knowledge of basic sketching techniques.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
3.08
Uses mechanical drawings and schematics.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with drawings and sketches.
2.
Identify the metric and imperial systems of measurement and describe the
procedures used to perform conversions between the systems.
3.
Identify types of drawings and describe their applications.
i)
civil/site
ii)
architectural
iii)
mechanical
iv)
structural
v)
electrical
vi)
shop drawings
vii)
field drawings
viii) sketches
ix)
as-builts
4.
Identify drawing projections and describe their applications.
i)
orthographic
ii)
oblique
iii)
isometric
iv)
section
v)
auxiliary
5.
Identify views used drawings.
i)
elevation
ii)
plan
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iii)
iv)
section
detail
6.
Interpret and extract information from drawings.
i)
lines
ii)
legend
iii)
symbols and abbreviations
iv)
title block
v)
notes and specifications
vi)
tolerances/allowances
vii)
bill of materials
7.
Explain the use of scales.
8.
Identify the styles of dimensioning on drawings and describe their applications.
9.
Demonstrate basic sketching techniques.
10.
Demonstrate awareness of Computer Aided Drawing (CAD) systems.
11.
Perform conversions between the metric and imperial systems of measurement.
12.
Perform a basic take-off from a blueprint/drawing.
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IMM-120
Introduction to Trade-Related Tools and Equipment
Learning Outcomes:
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Demonstrate knowledge of tools and equipment, their applications and
procedures for use.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to clean, inspect, maintain and
store tools and equipment.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
2.01
2.02
2.03
2.04
2.05
2.06
Maintains hand and portable power tools.
Maintains precision measuring and layout tools.
Maintains rigging, hoisting/lifting and moving equipment.
Maintains welding equipment.
Uses shop machines.
Uses access equipment.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with tools and equipment.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to the use of tools
and equipment.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to tools and equipment.
i)
licensing
ii)
training
4.
Identify types of hand tools and describe their applications and procedures for
use.
5.
Identify types of portable power tools and describe their applications and
procedures for use.
i)
grinders
ii)
power metal saws
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iii)
iv)
drilling machines
wrenches
hydraulic
impact
6.
Identify types of welding equipment and describe their applications and
procedures for use.
7.
Identify types of shop machines and describe their applications and procedures
for use.
i)
drill presses
ii)
stationary grinders
iii)
abrasive cut off saw (chop saw)
iv)
band saws
8.
Describe the procedures used to clean, inspect, maintain and store tools and
equipment according to manufacturers’ specifications.
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IMM-125
Measuring and Layout
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of precision measuring and layout tools, their
applications and procedures for use.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to lay out equipment and
components.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
2.02
4.01
4.02
4.03
Maintains precision measuring and layout tools.
Prepares work area, tools and materials.
Measures material and components.
Lays out components.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with measuring and layout.
2.
Identify types of precision measuring tools and describe their applications and
procedures for use.
i)
micrometers
ii)
calipers
iii)
dial indicators
iv)
protractors
v)
height gauges
vi)
feeler gauges
vii)
plug, ring and snap gauges
viii) gauge blocks
3.
Identify types of layout tools and describe their applications and procedures for
use.
i)
straightedges
ii)
solid squares
iii)
combination sets
iv)
surface plates
v)
scribers
vi)
hermaphrodite calipers
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vii)
viii)
ix)
x)
xi)
xii)
xiii)
xiv)
dividers
trammels
prick and centre punches
angle plates
parallels
V-blocks
surface gauges
layout dye
4.
Describe the procedures used to lay out equipment and components.
5.
Describe the procedures used to transfer measurements.
6.
Describe the procedures used to inspect, maintain, calibrate and store precision
measuring and layout tools.
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IMM-130
Grinders
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of grinders and their applications.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to perform grinding operations.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
3.02
Fabricates workpiece.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with grinders.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to grinding
operations.
3.
Identify types of grinders and describe their characteristics and applications.
4.
Identify grinder components, accessories and attachments and describe their
applications and maintenance.
5.
Identify the factors to consider when selecting grinding wheels for specific
operations.
6.
Describe the procedures used to change, ring test, mount and dress grinding
wheels.
7.
Describe the procedures used to operate grinders.
8.
Describe the techniques used to sharpen or dress tools using grinders.
i)
chisels
ii)
twist drills
iii)
punches
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IMM-135
Power Metal Saws
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of power metal saws and their maintenance and
applications.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to perform cutting operations
using power metal saws.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
3.02
Fabricates workpiece.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with power metal saws.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to power metal
saws.
3.
Identify types of power metal saws and describe their maintenance and
applications.
4.
Identify power metal saw components, accessories and attachments and describe
their applications.
5.
Identify cutting fluids and coolants used during cutting operations.
6.
Describe the procedures used to perform and troubleshoot cutting operations
using power metal saws.
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IMM-140
Drilling Machines
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of drilling machines, their accessories and their
applications.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to perform drilling machine
maintenance.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to perform drilling operations,
and the associated calculations.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
2.05
3.02
Uses shop machines.
Fabricates workpiece.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with drilling machines and drilling operations.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to drilling
operations.
Identify types of drilling machines, their components and accessories and
describe their characteristics and applications.
3.
4.
Identify types of drill bits and describe their characteristics and applications.
5.
Identify cutting fluids and coolants used during drilling operations and describe
their characteristics and applications.
6.
Describe the procedures used to set up, operate and troubleshoot drilling
machines.
i)
drilling
ii)
boring
iii)
reaming
iv)
counterboring
v)
countersinking
vi)
tapping
vii)
spot facing
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7.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain drilling machines, their
components and accessories.
8.
Determine and calculate speeds and feeds for drilling operations.
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IMM-145
Fastening and Retaining Devices
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of fastening and retaining devices, and their
applications.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to install and remove fastening
and retaining devices.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
3.05
Uses fastening and retaining devices.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with fastening and retaining devices.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to the use of
fastening and retaining devices.
3.
Identify tools and equipment pertaining to the use of fastening and retaining
devices, and describe their applications and procedures for use.
4.
Identify types of fastening devices and materials, and describe their
characteristics and applications.
i)
mechanical
ii)
chemical
5.
Identify strength of fasteners by grade and applications.
6.
Identify types of retaining devices and describe their characteristics and
applications.
7.
Identify thread classifications and describe the procedures used for thread
identification.
8.
Explain the purpose of torqueing fastening devices and describe associated
procedures.
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9.
Describe the procedures used to install, remove and repair fastening devices.
10.
Describe the procedures used to install and remove retaining devices.
11.
Describe the procedures used to hand drill and tap to specifications and make
external threads to specifications.
i)
hand tapping
ii)
external threading (dies)
iii)
internal threading (taps)
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IMM-150
Metallurgy
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of metals and their characteristics.
Demonstrate knowledge of metallurgic principles.
Demonstrate knowledge of material testing procedures.
Demonstrate knowledge of structural shapes and their applications.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
3.06
3.07
Tests metal and other materials using standardized procedures.
Performs heat treatment of metal.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with metallurgy.
2.
Describe the properties of metals.
3.
Describe the identification systems for metals.
4.
Identify structural shapes and describe their characteristics and applications.
5.
Describe the processes used in the heat treatment of metals.
i)
stress relieving
ii)
hardening
iii)
annealing
iv)
tempering
v)
normalizing
vi)
quenching
6.
Identify the methods and processes used in the manufacture of steel and alloys.
7.
Describe the problems that can occur when working metals.
i)
stress
ii)
contraction
iii)
expansion
iv)
distortion
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v)
vi)
work hardening
galvanic action
8.
Identify common metal testing techniques and describe their associated
procedures.
i)
Rockwell
ii)
Brinnell
iii)
spark
iv)
chisel
v)
file
9.
Describe the procedures used to prevent and correct problems that occur when
working with metals.
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IMM-160
Access Equipment
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of ladders, scaffolding and hydraulic lifts, their
applications, limitations and procedures for use.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
2.06
Uses access equipment.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with ladders, scaffolding and hydraulic lifts.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to ladders,
scaffolding and hydraulic lifts.
3.
Interpret codes and regulations pertaining to ladders, scaffolding and hydraulic
lifts.
4.
Identify types of ladders, scaffolding and hydraulic lifts and describe their
characteristics and applications.
5.
Identify types of fall arrest equipment and describe their applications and
procedures for use.
6.
Describe the procedures used to erect and dismantle ladders and scaffolding.
7.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain ladders, scaffolding and
hydraulic lifts.
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IMM-165
Rigging, Hoisting/Lifting and Moving
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of rigging, hoisting/lifting and moving equipment, their
applications, limitations and procedures for use.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to perform hoisting and lifting
operations.
Demonstrate knowledge of calculations required when performing hoisting and
lifting operations.
Demonstrate knowledge of the use of standard hand signals.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
6.01
6.02
6.03
7.01
7.02
7.03
Determines load.
Selects rigging equipment.
Selects hoisting/lifting and moving equipment.
Secures area.
Sets up rigging, hoisting/lifting and moving equipment.
Performs hoist/lift and move.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with rigging, hoisting/lifting and moving.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to rigging,
hoisting/lifting and moving.
3.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to mobile and
overhead cranes.
4.
Interpret codes and regulations pertaining to rigging, hoisting/lifting and
moving.
5.
Identify types of rigging equipment and accessories, and describe their
applications, limitations and procedures for use.
6.
Identify types of hoisting and lifting equipment and accessories, and describe
their applications, limitations and procedures for use.
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7.
Identify types of moving equipment and accessories, and describe their
applications, limitations and procedures for use.
8.
Identify types of knots, hitches and bends, and describe their applications and
the procedures used to tie them.
9.
Describe the procedures used to inspect, maintain and store rigging,
hoisting/lifting and moving equipment.
10.
Describe the procedures used to rig material/equipment for lifting.
11.
Describe the procedures used to ensure the work area is safe for lifting.
i)
supervision of lift
ii)
securing work area
iii)
communication
12.
Describe procedures used to communicate during rigging, hoisting/lifting and
moving operations.
i)
hand signals
ii)
electronic communications
iii)
audible/visual
13.
Explain sling angle when preparing for hoisting and lifting operations.
14.
Describe the procedures used to determine the weight and weight distribution of
loads.
i)
reference load charts
ii)
determine types of loads
iii)
engineered lifts
15.
Identify the factors to consider when selecting rigging, hoisting/lifting and
moving equipment.
16.
Describe the procedures used to perform a lift.
i)
load determination
ii)
communication methods
iii)
pre-lift checks
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iv)
v)
17.
placement of load
post-lift inspection
Perform standard hand signals.
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IMM-170
Oxy-Fuel Cutting, Heating and Welding
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of oxy-fuel equipment and accessories.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to cut, heat, weld, solder and
braze with oxy-fuel equipment.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
3.07
5.01
5.02
Performs heat treatment of metal.
Cuts material with gas and plasma arc cutting equipment.
Joins material using gas welding equipment.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with oxy-fuel cutting, heating and welding.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to oxy-fuel cutting,
heating, welding, brazing and soldering.
i)
personal
ii)
shop/facility
iii)
equipment
iv)
ventilation
v)
storage
3.
Interpret codes and regulations pertaining to oxy-fuel cutting, heating, welding,
brazing and soldering.
4.
Identify types of oxy-fuel cutting, heating, welding, brazing and soldering
equipment and accessories and describe their applications.
5.
Describe the procedures used to set up, adjust and shut down oxy-fuel
equipment.
6.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain oxy-fuel equipment.
7.
Describe the procedures used to cut, heat, weld, braze and solder materials using
oxy-fuel equipment.
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IMM-175
Bearings
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of bearings and their applications.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove, install, maintain,
troubleshoot and repair bearings.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
9.01
9.02
9.03
9.04
Installs shafts, bearings and seals.
Diagnoses shafts, bearings and seals.
Repairs shafts, bearings and seals.
Maintains shafts, bearings and seals.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with bearings.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to bearings.
3.
Identify types of bearings and describe their applications.
i)
friction
ii)
anti-friction
4.
Identify types of bearing housings and describe their applications.
5.
Identify types of bearing fits and describe their applications.
6.
Identify tools and equipment used to remove, install, maintain, troubleshoot and
repair bearings, and describe their applications and procedures for use.
7.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install bearings.
8.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain bearings.
9.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot bearing problems.
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10.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if bearing repair or
replacement is required.
11.
Describe the procedures used to repair bearings.
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IMM-180
Seals and Gaskets
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of seals and gaskets, and their characteristics and
applications.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install seals and
gaskets.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
9.01
9.02
9.03
9.04
Installs shafts, bearings and seals.
Diagnoses shafts, bearings and seals.
Repairs shafts, bearings and seals.
Maintains shafts, bearings and seals.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with seals and gaskets.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to seals and gaskets.
3.
Identify types of seals and describe their characteristics and applications.
i)
static
ii)
dynamic
iii)
mechanical
iv)
non-contacting (labyrinth/annulus)
4.
Identify types of gaskets and describe their characteristics and applications.
5.
Identify tools and equipment used to remove and install seals and gaskets, and
describe their applications and procedures for use.
6
Identify the tools and equipment used with seals and gaskets, and describe their
applications and procedures for use.
7.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install seals and gaskets.
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8.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if mechanical seal repair or
replacement is required.
9.
Describe the procedures used to repair mechanical seals.
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IMM-185
Lubrication Systems
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of lubricants, lubrication systems and their components,
applications and procedures for use.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to handle, store, recycle and
dispose of lubricants and fluids.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
3.03
Lubricates systems and components.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with lubricants and lubrication systems.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to lubricants and
lubrication systems.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to lubricants and
lubrication systems.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used with lubricants and lubrication systems, and
describe their applications and procedures for use.
5.
Explain the principles of friction and its effects on surfaces in contact.
6.
Identify types of lubricants and describe their applications.
i)
oil
ii)
grease
iii)
dry solid
7.
Identify the properties and characteristics of lubricants.
i)
adhesion/cohesion
ii)
viscosity
iii)
additives and inhibitors
iv)
penetration
v)
dropping point
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vi)
vii)
flash point
classifications and grades
8.
Identify the factors to consider when selecting lubricants.
9.
Explain the effects of using incorrect lubricant.
10.
Identify types of lubrication systems and describe their characteristics and
applications.
11.
Identify sources of information relating to system lubricant and lubrication
requirements.
i)
technical manuals
ii)
manufacturers’ specifications
12.
Describe the procedures used to handle, store, recycle and dispose of lubricants
and fluids.
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LEVEL 2
IMM-200
Introduction to Commissioning
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of commissioning and its purpose.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
22.01 Commissions mechanical systems and components, and material
handling/process systems.
22.02 Commissions hydraulic, pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with commissioning.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to commissioning
systems or components.
3.
Explain the purpose of commissioning and identify the types of systems and
components that need to be commissioned.
4.
Interpret information sources and documentation pertaining to the
commissioning of systems, components and parts.
i)
manufacturers’ specifications
ii)
operating parameters
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IMM-205
Equipment Assembly Drawings
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of equipment assembly drawings, their use and
interpretation.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
3.08
Uses mechanical drawings and schematics.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with equipment assembly drawings.
2.
Identify the views found on equipment assembly drawings and describe their
characteristics.
3.
Interpret assembly instructions on equipment assembly drawings.
4.
Interpret material specifications found on equipment assembly drawings.
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IMM-215
Couplings
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of couplings and their applications.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install couplings.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain, troubleshoot and
repair couplings.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
10.01 Installs couplings, clutches and brakes.
10.02 Installs couplings, clutches and brakes.
10.03 Repairs couplings, clutches and brakes.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with couplings.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to couplings.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to couplings.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used with couplings, and describe their
applications and procedures for use.
5.
Identify types of couplings and describe their characteristics and applications.
6.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install couplings.
7.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain couplings.
8.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot couplings.
9.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if coupling repair or
replacement is required.
10.
Describe the procedures used to repair couplings.
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IMM-220
Clutches and Brakes
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of clutches and brakes and their applications.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install clutches
and brakes.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain, troubleshoot and
repair clutches and brakes.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
10.01 Installs couplings, clutches and brakes.
10.02 Installs couplings, clutches and brakes.
10.03 Repairs couplings, clutches and brakes.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with clutches and brakes.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to clutches and
brakes.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to clutches and brakes.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used with clutches and brakes, and describe their
applications and procedures for use.
5.
Identify types of clutches and describe their characteristics and applications.
i)
overrunning
ii)
friction
iii)
positive contact
iv)
fluid
6.
Identify types of brakes and describe their characteristics and applications.
i)
friction
ii)
fluid/wet disc
iii)
electromagnetic
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7.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install clutches and brakes.
8.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain clutches and brakes.
9.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot clutches and brakes.
10.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if clutch and brake repair or
replacement is required.
11.
Describe the procedures used to repair clutches and brakes.
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IMM-225
Shafts and Attachments
Learning Outcomes:
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Demonstrate knowledge of shafts, their accessories and applications.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install shafts and
accessories.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain and repair shafts
and accessories.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
9.01
9.02
9.03
9.04
Installs shafts, bearings and seals.
Diagnoses shafts, bearings and seals.
Repairs shafts, bearings and seals.
Maintains shafts, bearings and seals.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with shafts and accessories.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to shafts and
accessories.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to shafts and
accessories.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used with shafts and accessories, and describe their
applications and procedures for use.
5.
Identify types of shafts and describe their characteristics and applications.
i)
drive
ii)
counter
iii)
jack
iv)
hollow
6.
Identify shaft accessories and describe their characteristics and applications.
i)
keys
ii)
pins
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iii)
iv)
v)
taper lock bushings
retaining rings
sleeves
7.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install shafts and accessories.
8.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain shafts and accessories.
9.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if shaft repair or replacement
is required.
10.
Describe the procedures used to repair shafts.
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IMM-230
Shaft Alignment I
Learning Outcomes:
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Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to align shafts using the straight
edge and feeler gauge method.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to align shafts using the rim and
face dial method.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
21.03 Performs alignment procedures.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with shaft alignment.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to shaft alignment.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to shaft alignment.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used for shaft alignment, and describe their
applications and procedures for use.
5.
Describe the procedures used to determine shaft misalignment.
6.
Identify the types of alignment methods and describe their applications and
limitations.
i)
straight edge and feeler gauge
ii)
rim and face dial
iii)
reverse dial
iv)
cross dial
v)
laser
7.
Describe the procedures used to align shafts using the straight edge and feeler
gauge method.
i)
pre-alignment checks
ii)
select tools and equipment
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iii)
iv)
8.
perform calculations
make adjustments
Describe the procedures used to align shafts using the rim and face dial method.
i)
pre-alignment checks
ii)
select tools and equipment
iii)
perform calculations
iv)
make adjustments
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IMM-235
Chain and Belt Drive Systems
Learning Outcomes:
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Demonstrate knowledge of chain and belt drive systems, their components and
operation.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install chain and
belt drive systems.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain, troubleshoot and
repair chain and belt drive systems.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
11.01
11.02
11.03
11.04
Installs chain and belt drive systems.
Diagnoses chain and belt drive systems.
Repairs chain and belt drive systems.
Maintains chain and belt drive systems
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with chain and belt drive systems.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to chain and belt
drive systems.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to chain and belt drive
systems.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used with chain and belt drive systems, and
describe their applications and procedures for use.
5.
Identify types of chain drive systems, their components and accessories, and
describe their characteristics and applications.
i)
roller
ii)
silent
6.
Identify types of belt drive systems, their components and accessories, and
describe their characteristics and applications.
i)
v-belt drive
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ii)
iii)
iii)
cog belt drive
timing drive
flat belt drive
7.
Identify types of chain links.
i)
offset
ii)
connecting
iii)
single or double roller
8.
Identify formulae and perform calculations.
i)
belt/chain lengths
ii)
speed and torque ratios
iii)
belt tension
9.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install chain and belt drive systems
and their components.
10.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain chain and belt drive
systems and their components.
11.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot chain and belt drive systems and
their components.
12.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if chain and belt drive systems
or their components need repair or replacement.
13.
Describe the procedures used to repair chain and belt drive systems and their
components.
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IMM-240
Gear Drives
Learning Outcomes:
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Demonstrate knowledge of gears and gear drives, their components and
operation.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install gears and
gear drives.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain, troubleshoot and
repair gears and gear drives.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to commission gears and gear
drives.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
12.01
12.02
12.03
12.04
22.01
Installs gear systems.
Diagnoses gear systems.
Repairs gear systems.
Maintains gear systems.
Commissions mechanical systems and components, and material
handling/process systems.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with gears and gear drives.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to gears and gear
drives.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to gears and gear
drives.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used with gears and gear drives, and describe their
applications and procedures for use.
5.
Identify types of gears and describe their characteristics and applications.
i)
spur
ii)
bevel
iii)
spiral
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iv)
v)
vi)
herringbone
helical
worm
6.
Identify types of gear drives and describe their components, applications and
operation.
i)
planetary
ii)
worm
iii)
parallel shaft
iv)
crown and pinion
7.
Identify formulae and perform gear ratio calculations.
8.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install gears, gear drives and their
components.
9.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain gears, gear drives and
their components.
i)
monitor temperature
ii)
perform vibration analysis
iii)
check lubrication
iv)
check contact patterns
v)
adjust clearance and backlash
10.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot gears, gear drives and their
components.
11.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if gear drive components need
to be repaired or replaced.
12.
Describe the procedures used to repair gears, gear drives and their components.
13.
Describe the procedures used to commission gear drives.
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IMM-245
Compressors I
Learning Outcomes:
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Demonstrate knowledge of reciprocating compressors, their components and
operation.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install
reciprocating compressors.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain, troubleshoot and
repair reciprocating compressors.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to commission reciprocating
compressors.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
14.01
14.02
14.03
14.04
Installs compressors.
Diagnoses compressors.
Repairs compressors.
Maintains compressors.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with reciprocating compressors.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices associated with reciprocating
compressors.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to the use of
reciprocating compressors.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used with reciprocating compressors and describe
their applications and procedures for use.
5.
Identify classifications and types of compressors.
i)
dynamic/centrifugal
ii)
positive displacement
reciprocating
radial
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-
screw
vane
6.
Identify reciprocating compressor components and accessories, and describe
their purpose and operation.
7.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install reciprocating compressors
and their components.
8.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain reciprocating compressors
and their components.
9.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot reciprocating compressors and
their components.
10.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if reciprocating compressors or
their components need to be repaired or replaced.
11.
Describe the procedures used to repair reciprocating compressors and their
components.
12.
Describe the procedures used to commission reciprocating compressors.
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IMM-250
Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
Learning Outcomes:
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Demonstrate knowledge of SMAW equipment and accessories.
Demonstrate knowledge of procedures used to weld using SMAW equipment.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
2.04
5.03
Maintains welding equipment.
Welds material using arc welding equipment.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with SMAW.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to SMAW.
i)
personal
ii)
shop/facility
iii)
equipment
iv)
ventilation
3.
Interpret codes and regulations pertaining to SMAW.
4.
Interpret information pertaining to SMAW welding found on drawings and
specifications.
5.
Describe the SMAW welding process and its applications.
6.
Identify SMAW equipment, consumables and accessories, and describe their
applications.
7.
Describe the procedures used to set-up and adjust SMAW equipment.
8.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain SMAW equipment.
9.
Identify the types of welds performed using SMAW equipment.
10.
Identify welding positions and describe their applications.
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11.
Describe the procedures used to weld using SMAW equipment.
12.
Describe weld defects, their causes and prevention.
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IMM-255
Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW [MIG])
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of gas metal arc welding (GMAW) equipment and
accessories.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to weld with GMAW
equipment.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
2.04
5.04
Maintains welding equipment.
Welds material with gas metal arc welding (GMAW (MIG)) equipment.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with the GMAW process.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to the GMAW
process.
i)
personal
ii)
shop/facility
iii)
equipment
iv)
ventilation
3.
Interpret codes and regulations pertaining to the GMAW process.
4.
Interpret information pertaining to the GMAW process found on drawings and
specifications.
5.
Describe the GMAW process and its applications.
6.
Identify GMAW equipment, consumables and accessories, and describe their
applications.
7.
Describe the procedures used to set-up, adjust and shut-down GMAW
equipment.
8.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain GMAW equipment.
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9.
Identify the types of welds performed using GMAW equipment.
10.
Describe the procedures used to weld using GMAW equipment.
11.
Describe weld defects, their causes and prevention.
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IMM-260
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW [TIG])
Learning Outcomes:
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Demonstrate knowledge of GTAW equipment and accessories.
Demonstrate knowledge of procedures used to weld using GTAW equipment.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
2.04
5.05
Maintains welding equipment.
Welds material with gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW (TIG)) equipment.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with the GTAW process.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to the GTAW
process.
i)
personal
ii)
shop/facility
iii)
equipment
iv)
ventilation
3.
Interpret codes and regulations pertaining to the GTAW process.
4.
Interpret information pertaining to the GTAW process found on drawings and
specifications.
5.
Describe the GTAW process and its applications.
6.
Identify GTAW equipment, consumables and accessories, and describe their
applications.
7.
Describe the procedures used to set-up, adjust and shut-down GTAW
equipment.
8.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain GTAW equipment.
9.
Identify the types of welds performed using GTAW equipment.
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10.
Describe the procedures used to weld using GTAW equipment.
11.
Describe weld defects, their causes and prevention.
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IMM-265
Plasma Arc Cutting
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of plasma arc cutting equipment and accessories.
Demonstrate knowledge of procedures used to cut with plasma arc cutting
equipment.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
2.04
5.01
Maintains welding equipment.
Cuts material with gas and plasma arc cutting equipment.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with plasma arc cutting.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to plasma arc
cutting.
i)
personal
ii)
shop/facility
iii)
equipment
iv)
ventilation
3.
Interpret codes and regulations pertaining to plasma arc cutting.
4.
Interpret information pertaining to plasma arc cutting found on drawings and
specifications.
Describe the plasma arc cutting process and its applications.
5.
6.
Identify plasma arc cutting equipment and accessories and describe their
applications.
7.
Describe the procedures used to set-up, adjust and shut-down plasma arc cutting
equipment.
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8.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain plasma arc cutting
equipment.
9.
Describe the procedures used to cut using plasma arc cutting equipment.
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IMM-270
Lathe Operations
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of lathes, their accessories, attachments and
applications.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to perform lathe operations, and
the associated calculations.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
2.05
3.02
Uses shop machines.
Fabricates workpiece.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with lathes.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to lathe operations.
3.
Identify types of lathes and describe their applications and operation.
4.
Identify lathe components, accessories and attachments, and describe their
characteristics, applications and maintenance.
5.
Identify types of tool holding and work holding devices, and describe their
characteristics and applications.
6.
Identify types of lathe tools and describe their characteristics and applications.
7.
Describe the procedures used to sharpen lathe cutting tools.
8.
Calculate and determine speeds, feeds and depth of cut for lathe operations.
9.
Describe the procedures used to set up lathes.
10.
Identify cutting fluids and coolants used during lathe operations.
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11.
Describe the procedures used to perform basic lathe operations.
i)
turning
ii)
boring
iii)
grooving
iv)
facing
v)
knurling
vi)
parting off
vii)
drilling
viii) threading
12.
Describe the procedures used to prevent and correct problems that occur when
performing lathe operations.
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IMM-275
Milling Machines
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of milling machines and their applications.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to perform milling operations,
and the associated calculations.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
2.05
3.02
Uses shop machines.
Fabricates workpiece.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with milling machines.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to milling
operations, materials used, and coolants.
3.
Identify types of milling machines and describe their applications.
4.
Identify milling machine components, accessories and attachments, and describe
their characteristics, applications and maintenance.
5.
Identify types of tool holding and work holding devices and describe their
characteristics, applications and procedures for use.
6.
Identify types of cutting tools and describe their characteristics and applications.
7.
Calculate and determine speeds, feeds and depth of cut for milling operations.
8.
Describe the procedures used to align workpieces.
9.
Identify cutting fluids and coolants used during milling operations.
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10
Describe the procedures used to perform basic milling operations.
11.
Describe the procedures used to prevent and correct problems that occur when
performing milling machine operations.
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LEVEL 3
IMM-300
Shaft Alignment II
Learning Outcomes:
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Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used for shaft alignment using the
reverse dial method.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used for shaft alignment using the
cross dial method.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used for shaft alignment using the
laser method.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
21.03 Performs alignment procedures.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with the reverse dial, cross dial and laser methods
of shaft alignment.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to the use of the
reverse dial, cross dial and laser methods for shaft alignment.
3.
Interpret codes and regulations pertaining to the use of the reverse dial, cross
dial and laser methods of shaft alignment.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used for shaft alignment, and describe their
applications and procedures for use.
5.
Describe the procedures used to calculate shims for hot or cold alignment.
6.
Describe the procedures used to align shafts using the reverse dial method.
i)
pre-alignment checks
ii)
select tools and equipment
iii)
perform calculations
iv)
make adjustments
7.
Describe the procedures used to align shafts using the cross dial method.
i)
pre-alignment checks
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ii)
iii)
iv)
8.
select tools and equipment
perform calculations
make adjustments
Describe the procedures used to align shafts using the laser method.
i)
pre-alignment checks
ii)
select tools and equipment
iii)
perform calculations
iv)
make adjustments
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IMM-305
Introduction to Fluid Power
Learning Outcomes:
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Demonstrate knowledge of the principles and applications of fluid power.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
18.01
18.02
18.03
18.04
19.01
19.02
19.03
19.04
Installs hydraulic systems.
Diagnoses hydraulic systems.
Repairs hydraulic systems.
Maintains hydraulic systems.
Installs pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Diagnoses pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Repairs pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Maintains pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with fluid power.
i)
hydraulic
ii)
pneumatic
iii)
vacuum
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to fluid power.
3.
Explain the principles and theories of fluid power.
i)
Pascal’s law
ii)
Boyle’s law
iii)
Charles’ law
iv)
Guy-Lusac’s law
v)
Bernoulli’s principle
4.
Describe units of measure as they relate to fluid power.
5.
Identify formulae related to fluid power and describe their applications.
6.
Identify symbols and abbreviations related to fluid power found on drawings
and schematics.
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IMM-310
Hydraulic Systems I
Learning Outcomes:
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Demonstrate knowledge of hydraulic systems, their components and operation.
Demonstrate knowledge of schematics, their use and interpretation.
Demonstrate knowledge of hydraulic related calculations.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
18.01
18.02
18.03
18.04
Installs hydraulic systems.
Diagnoses hydraulic systems.
Repairs hydraulic systems.
Maintains hydraulic systems.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with hydraulic systems.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to hydraulic
systems.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to hydraulic systems.
4.
Identify types of hydraulic systems and describe their applications and
operation, including fluid types.
5.
Identify hydraulic system components and describe their purpose and operation.
i)
pumps
ii)
motors
iii)
actuators
iv)
valves
v)
accumulators
vi)
filters and strainers
vii)
fluid conductors
6.
Describe hydraulic system schematics and their applications.
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7.
Interpret information and symbols found on schematics to determine the
operation of a hydraulic system.
8.
Perform hydraulic calculations.
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IMM-315
Pneumatic Systems I
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of pneumatic systems, their components and operation.
Demonstrate knowledge of schematics, their use and interpretation.
Demonstrate knowledge of pneumatic related calculations.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
19.01
19.02
19.03
19.04
Installs pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Diagnoses pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Repairs pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Maintains pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with pneumatic systems.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to pneumatic
systems.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to pneumatic systems.
4.
Identify types of pneumatic systems and describe their applications and
operation.
5.
Identify pneumatic system components and describe their purpose and
operation.
i)
pumps
ii)
motors
iii)
actuators
iv)
valves
v)
accumulators
6.
Describe the methods of air treatment in pneumatic systems.
i)
filters
ii)
dryers
iii)
after-coolers
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iv)
v)
de-icers
receivers
7.
Describe pneumatic system schematics and their applications.
8.
Interpret schematics to determine the operation of a pneumatic system.
9.
Perform pneumatic related calculations.
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IMM-320
Piping Systems
Learning Outcomes:
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Demonstrate knowledge of piping systems, their components and operation.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install piping
systems and their components.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain, troubleshoot and
repair piping systems and their components.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
18.01 Installs hydraulic systems.
19.01 Installs pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with piping systems.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to piping systems.
3.
Interpret codes and regulations pertaining to piping systems.
4.
Interpret information pertaining to piping systems found on drawings,
specifications and schematics.
5.
Identify types of piping systems and describe their applications.
6.
Identify types of piping, tubing, and hoses and describe their compatibility,
characteristics and applications.
7.
Identify types of fittings and describe their characteristics and applications.
8.
Identify piping system accessories and describe their characteristics and
applications.
9.
Identify types of valves used in piping systems and describe their applications
and operation.
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10.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install pipe, tubing and hoses.
11.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain piping systems and their
components.
12.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot piping systems and components.
13.
Identify the factors to consider when if piping systems or their components need
to be repaired or replaced.
14.
Describe the procedures used to repair piping systems and components.
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IMM-325
Process Tanks and Containers
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of process tanks and containers, their components and
applications.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install process
tanks and containers.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain and repair process
tanks and containers.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
17.01
17.02
17.03
17.04
Installs process tanks and containers.
Diagnoses process tanks and containers.
Repairs process tanks and containers.
Maintains process tanks and containers.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with process tanks and containers.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices associated with process tanks
and containers.
3.
Interpret codes and regulations pertaining to process tanks and containers.
4.
Interpret information pertaining to process tanks and containers found on
drawings, specifications and schematics.
5.
Identify tools and equipment used to remove, install, maintain and repair
process tanks and containers, and describe their applications and procedures for
use.
6.
Identify types of process tanks and containers, and describe their applications
and operation.
i)
bins
ii)
hoppers
iii)
receivers
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7.
Identify process tank and container components and describe their applications.
i)
agitators
ii)
mixers
8.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install process tanks, containers and
their components.
9.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain process tanks, containers
and their components.
10.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if process tanks, containers or
their components need to be repaired or replaced.
11.
Describe the procedures used to repair process tanks, containers and their
components.
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IMM-330
Compressors II
Learning Outcomes:
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Demonstrate knowledge of vane, screw, radial and centrifugal compressors, their
components and operation.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install vane,
screw, radial and centrifugal compressors.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain, troubleshoot and
repair vane, screw, radial and centrifugal compressors.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to commission vane, screw,
radial and centrifugal compressors.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
14.01
14.02
14.03
14.04
Installs compressors.
Diagnoses compressors.
Repairs compressors.
Maintains compressors.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with vane, screw, radial and centrifugal
compressors.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to vane, screw,
radial and centrifugal compressors.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to vane, screw, radial
and centrifugal compressors.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used to remove, install, maintain, troubleshoot and
repair compressors, and describe their applications and procedures for use.
5.
Identify vane, screw, radial and centrifugal compressor components and
accessories, and describe their purpose and operation.
6.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install vane, screw, radial and
centrifugal compressors and their components.
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7.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain vane, screw, radial and
centrifugal compressors and their components.
8.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot vane, screw, radial and centrifugal
compressors and their components.
9.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if vane, screw, radial and
centrifugal compressors need to be repaired or replaced.
10.
Describe the procedures used to repair vane, screw, radial and centrifugal
compressors and their components.
11.
Describe the procedures used to commission vane, screw, radial and centrifugal
compressors.
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IMM-335
Centrifugal Pumps
Learning Outcomes:
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Demonstrate knowledge of centrifugal pumps, their components and operation.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install centrifugal
pumps.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain, troubleshoot and
repair centrifugal pumps.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to commission centrifugal
pumps.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
15.01
15.02
15.03
15.04
22.01
Installs pumps.
Diagnoses pumps.
Repairs pumps.
Maintains pumps.
Commissions mechanical systems and components, and material
handling/process systems.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with centrifugal pumps.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices associated with centrifugal
pumps.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to centrifugal pumps.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used to remove, install, maintain, troubleshoot and
repair centrifugal pumps, and describe their applications and procedures for use.
5.
Identify types of centrifugal pumps and their components, and describe their
applications and operation.
6.
Identify the types of seals and packing and describe their applications.
7.
Explain the method used to interpret pump curve.
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8.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install centrifugal pumps.
9.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain centrifugal pumps.
10.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot centrifugal pumps.
11.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if centrifugal pumps need to
be repaired or replaced.
12.
Describe the procedures used to repair centrifugal pumps.
13.
Describe the procedures used to commission centrifugal pumps.
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IMM-340
Positive Displacement Pumps
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of positive displacement pumps, their components and
operation.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install positive
displacement pumps.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain, troubleshoot and
repair positive displacement pumps.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to commission positive
displacement pumps.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
15.01
15.02
15.03
15.04
22.01
Installs pumps.
Diagnoses pumps.
Repairs pumps.
Maintains pumps.
Commissions mechanical systems and components, and material
handling/process systems.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with positive displacement pumps.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices associated with positive
displacement pumps.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to positive
displacement pumps.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used to remove, install, maintain, troubleshoot and
repair positive displacement pumps, and describe their applications and
procedures for use.
5.
Identify types of positive displacement pumps and their components, and
describe their applications and operation.
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6.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install positive displacement
pumps.
7.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain positive displacement
pumps.
8.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot positive displacement pumps.
9.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if positive displacement
pumps need to be repaired or replaced.
10.
Describe the procedures used to repair positive displacement pumps.
11.
Describe the procedures used to commission positive displacement pumps.
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IMM-345
Conveying Systems
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of conveying systems, their components and operation.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install conveying
systems.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain, troubleshoot and
repair conveying systems.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to commission conveying
systems.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
16.01
16.02
16.03
16.04
22.01
Installs conveying systems.
Diagnoses conveying systems.
Repairs conveying systems.
Maintains conveying systems.
Commissions mechanical systems and components, and material
handling/process systems.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with conveying systems.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices associated with conveying
systems.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to conveying systems.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used to remove, install, maintain, troubleshoot and
repair conveying systems and components, and describe their applications and
procedures for use.
5.
Identify types of conveying systems and describe their applications and
operation.
i)
pneumatic
ii)
belt
iii)
rollers
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iv)
v)
vi)
vii)
chain
screw
bucket
flume/water
6.
Identify conveying system components and accessories, and describe their
purpose and operation.
7.
Identify the factors to consider and required calculations to determine conveying
system requirements.
8.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install conveying systems and their
components.
9.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain conveying systems and
components.
10.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot conveying systems and their
components.
11.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if conveying systems need to
be repaired or replaced.
12.
Describe the procedures used to repair conveying systems and their components.
13.
Describe the procedures used to splice a conveyor belt.
14.
Describe the procedures used to commission conveying systems.
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LEVEL 4
IMM-400
Hydraulic Systems II
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of the calculations used to select hydraulic systems.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install hydraulic
systems and components.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain, troubleshoot and
repair hydraulic systems and components.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to commission hydraulic
systems.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
18.01
18.02
18.03
18.04
22.02
Installs hydraulic systems.
Diagnoses hydraulic systems.
Repairs hydraulic systems.
Maintains hydraulic systems.
Commissions hydraulic, pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with the removal, installation, maintenance and
repair of hydraulic systems and components.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to the removal,
installation, maintenance and repair of hydraulic systems and components.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to hydraulic systems.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used to install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair
hydraulic systems and components, and describe their applications and
procedures for use.
5.
Identify the types of fluids used in hydraulics systems, and describe their
characteristics and applications.
6.
Explain the importance of cleanliness of hydraulic systems.
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7.
Describe the calculations used to select hydraulic systems and components.
8.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install hydraulic systems and
components.
9.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain hydraulic systems and
components.
i)
check hoses, piping and tubing
ii)
check fluids (condition and level)
iii)
check/change filters
iv)
determine operating parameters
v)
adjust system pressure, temperature and flow
10.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot hydraulic systems and
components.
11.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if hydraulic system
components need to be repaired or replaced.
12.
Describe the procedures used to repair hydraulic systems and components.
13.
Describe the procedures used to commission hydraulic systems.
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IMM-405
Pneumatic Systems II
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of the calculations used to select pneumatic systems
and components.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install pneumatic
systems and components.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain, troubleshoot and
repair pneumatic systems and components.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to commission pneumatic
systems.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
19.01
19.02
19.03
19.04
22.02
Installs pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Diagnoses pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Repairs pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Maintains pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Commissions hydraulic, pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with the removal, installation, maintenance and
repair of pneumatic systems and components.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to the removal,
installation, maintenance and repair of pneumatic systems and components.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to the removal,
installation, maintenance and repair of pneumatic systems and components.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used to install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair
pneumatic systems and components, and describe their applications and
procedures for use.
5.
Describe the calculations used to select pneumatic systems and components.
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6.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install pneumatic systems and
components.
7.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain pneumatic systems and
components.
i)
check hoses, piping and tubing
ii)
check lubricating fluids (condition and level)
iii)
check/change filters
iv)
determine operating parameters
v)
adjust system pressure, temperature and flow
8.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot pneumatic systems and
components.
9.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if pneumatic system
components need to be repaired or replaced.
10.
Describe the procedures used to repair pneumatic systems and components.
11.
Describe the procedures used to commission pneumatic systems.
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IMM-410
Vacuum Systems
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of vacuum systems, their components and operation.
Demonstrate knowledge of the calculations used to select and install vacuum
systems and components.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install vacuum
systems and components.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain, troubleshoot and
repair vacuum systems and components.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to commission vacuum systems.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
19.01
19.02
19.03
19.04
22.02
Installs pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Diagnoses pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Repairs pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Maintains pneumatic and vacuum systems.
Commissions hydraulic, pneumatic and vacuum systems
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with vacuum systems.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to vacuum systems.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to vacuum systems.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used to install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair
vacuum systems, and describe their applications and procedures for use.
5.
Identify types of vacuum systems and describe their applications and operation.
6.
Identify vacuum system components and describe their purpose and operation.
7.
Describe the calculations used to select and install vacuum systems and
components.
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8.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install vacuum systems and
components.
9.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain vacuum systems and
components.
i)
check hoses, piping and tubing
ii)
check/change filters
iii)
determine operating parameters
iv)
adjust system vacuum, temperature, cycling and flow
10.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot vacuum systems and components.
11.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if vacuum system components
need to be repaired or replaced.
12.
Describe the procedures used to repair vacuum systems and components.
13.
Describe the procedures used to commission vacuum systems.
14.
Perform vacuum related calculations.
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IMM-415
Electrical Principles
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of the basic concepts of electricity.
Demonstrate knowledge of electrical components and equipment.
**
The content of the electrical section in this course outline is not to suggest a
Journeyperson Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) should complete tasks normally
performed by Journeyperson Electricians. The intent is to provide the Industrial
Mechanic (Millwright) with enough electrical knowledge so that safe decisions may be
made when working on or around electrical equipment.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with electricity.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to working on or
around electrical equipment and sources.
3.
Explain the basic principles of electricity.
4.
Explain the principles of magnetism and electromagnetism.
5.
Describe the types of electric current, phases and cycles.
6.
Explain the mathematical relationship between amperes, volts, ohms and watts.
7.
Identify electrical devices and describe their purpose.
i)
circuit breakers
ii)
disconnects
iii)
overload heaters
iv)
ground fault interrupters
v)
fuses
vi)
contactors
vii)
transformers
viii) interlocks
ix)
programmable logic controllers (PLC’s)
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x)
xi)
motors
switches
8.
Describe series and parallel circuits.
9.
Identify the types of electrical test meters and describe their applications and
procedures for use.
10.
Explain the purpose of the electrical code.
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IMM-420
Prime Movers (Electric Motors)
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of electric motors, their components and operation.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install electric
motors.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to inspect, maintain,
troubleshoot and repair electric motors.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to commission electric motors.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
8.01
8.02
8.03
22.01
Installs prime movers.
Diagnoses prime movers.
Repairs prime movers.
Commissions mechanical systems and components, and material
handling/process systems.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with electric motors.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to electric motors.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to electric motors.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used to install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair
electric motors, and describe their applications and procedures for use.
5.
Identify the types of electric motors and their components, and describe their
applications.
6.
Describe the factors to consider when installing electric motors.
7.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install electric motors.
8.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain bearings in electric motors.
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9.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot electric motors.
10.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if electric motors need to be
repaired or replaced.
11.
Describe the procedures used to repair electric motors.
12.
Describe the procedures used to commission electric motors.
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IMM-425
Prime Movers (Internal Combustion Engines)
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of internal combustion engines, their components and
operation.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install internal
combustion engines.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain, troubleshoot and
repair internal combustion engines.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to commission internal
combustion engines.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
8.01
8.02
8.03
22.01
Installs prime movers.
Diagnoses prime movers.
Repairs prime movers.
Commissions mechanical systems and components, and material
handling/process systems.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with internal combustion engines.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to internal
combustion engines.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to internal combustion
engines.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used to install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair
internal combustion engines, and describe their applications and procedures for
use.
5.
Identify the types of internal combustion engines and describe their operation.
6.
Identify internal combustion engine components and describe their purpose and
operation.
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7.
Describe the factors to consider when installing internal combustion engines.
i)
manufacturers’ specifications
ii)
job site specifications
iii)
location drawings
iv)
auxiliary systems
v)
sequence of installation
8.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install internal combustion engines
and their components.
9.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain internal combustion
engines and their components.
10.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot internal combustion engines and
their components.
11.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if internal combustion engine
components need to be repaired or replaced.
12.
Describe the procedures used to repair internal combustion engines and their
components.
13.
Describe the procedures used to commission internal combustion engines.
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IMM-430
Prime Movers (Turbines)
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of turbines, their components and operation.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install turbines.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain, troubleshoot and
repair turbines.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to commission turbines.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
8.01
8.02
8.03
22.01
Installs prime movers.
Diagnoses prime movers.
Repairs prime movers.
Commissions mechanical systems and components, and material
handling/process systems.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with turbines.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to turbines.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to turbines.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used to install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair
turbines, and describe their applications and procedures for use.
5.
Identify the types of turbines and describe their operation.
i)
steam
ii)
gas
iii)
hydro
iv)
wind
6.
Explain the principles and operation of boilers.
7.
Identify turbine components and describe their purpose and operation.
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8.
Describe the factors to consider when installing turbines.
i)
manufacturers’ specifications
ii)
job site specifications
iii)
location drawings
iv)
auxiliary systems
v)
sequence of installation
9.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install turbines and their
components.
10.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain turbines and their
components.
i)
manufacturers’ specifications
manufacturers’ representative
technical manuals
11.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot turbines and their components.
12.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if turbine components need to
be repaired or replaced.
13.
Describe the procedures used to repair turbines and their components.
14.
Describe the procedures used to commission turbines.
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IMM-435
Fans and Blowers
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of fans and blowers, their components and operation.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to remove and install fans and
blowers.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to maintain, troubleshoot and
repair fans and blowers.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to commission fans and blowers.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
13.01
13.02
13.03
13.04
22.01
Installs fans and blowers.
Diagnoses fans and blowers.
Repairs fans and blowers.
Maintains fans and blowers.
Commissions mechanical systems and components, and material
handling/process systems.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with fans and blowers.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to fans and blowers.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to fans and blowers.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used to remove, install, maintain, troubleshoot and
repair fans and blowers, and describe their applications and procedures for use.
5.
Identify types of fans and blower systems, and describe their components and
operation.
6.
Identify types of fan blades and describe their applications.
7.
Describe the procedures used to remove and install fans and blowers.
8.
Describe the procedures used to inspect and maintain fans and blowers.
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9.
Describe the procedures used to troubleshoot fans and blowers.
10.
Identify the factors to consider when determining if fans and blowers need to be
repaired or replaced.
11.
Describe the procedures used to repair fans and blowers.
12.
Describe the procedures used to regulate output for fans and blowers.
13.
Describe the procedures used to balance fans and blowers.
14.
Describe the procedures used to commission fans and blowers.
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IMM-440
Mechanical Installation Drawings
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of mechanical installation drawings, their use and
interpretation.
Demonstrate knowledge of calculations relevant to mechanical installations
based on drawings.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
3.08
Uses mechanical drawings and schematics.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with mechanical installation drawings.
2.
Identify the purposes for mechanical installation drawings.
i)
determine location of components
ii)
determine the positioning of components
iii)
determine elevation of components
3.
Identify the views found on mechanical installation drawings and describe their
characteristics.
4.
Interpret mechanical installation drawings.
5.
Describe the procedures used to perform calculations relevant to mechanical
installations based on drawings.
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IMM-445
Equipment Installation and Alignment
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to install, level and align
equipment.
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to commission equipment.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
3.02 Fabricates workpiece.
3.04 Performs leveling of components and systems.
21.03 Performs alignment procedures.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with equipment installation, leveling and
alignment.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to equipment
installation, leveling and alignment.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to equipment
installation, leveling and alignment.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used for equipment installation, leveling and
alignment, and describe their application and procedures for use.
i)
theodolites
ii)
optical levels
iii)
piano wire
iv)
water level
v)
laser
5.
Identify types of bases and describe their applications.
i)
base plate
ii)
sole plate
iii)
fabricated
iv)
skid mounted
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6.
Describe the procedures used to install, level and align equipment.
i)
planning
ii)
interpret drawings
iii)
fabricate component supports
iv)
install base
v)
position equipment
vi)
relieve stresses/strains
vii)
anchor and grout
viii) complete documentation
7.
Describe the procedures used to commission equipment.
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IMM-450
Preventive and Predictive Maintenance
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of preventive and predictive maintenance procedures.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
20.01 Performs preventive maintenance activities.
20.02 Performs predictive maintenance activities.
20.03 Schedules preventive and predictive maintenance.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with preventive and predictive maintenance.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to preventive and
predictive maintenance procedures.
3.
Interpret codes, regulations and specifications pertaining to preventive and
predictive maintenance procedures.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used for preventive and predictive maintenance,
and describe their applications and procedures for use.
5.
Identify types of maintenance and describe their purpose and applications.
i)
breakdown
ii)
preventive
iii)
predictive
iv)
proactive
v)
corrective
6.
Identify sources of information used to develop maintenance history.
i)
reports and checklists
ii)
manufacturers’ specifications
iii)
root cause analysis
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7.
Identify preventive and predictive maintenance practices, and describe their
applications.
i)
vibration analysis
ii)
non-destructive testing
iii)
fluid analysis
iv)
balancing
v)
thermography
vi)
motor current analysis
8.
Describe the procedures used to schedule preventive and predictive maintenance
activities
9.
Describe the procedures used to perform preventive and predictive maintenance
activities.
10.
Describe the procedures used to record preventive and predictive maintenance
data.
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IMM-455
Vibration Analysis
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to perform vibration analysis.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
21.01 Performs vibration analysis procedures.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with vibration analysis.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to vibration
analysis.
3.
Identify tools and equipment used for vibration analysis and describe their
applications and procedures for use.
4.
Identify and interpret sources of information pertaining to vibration analysis.
i)
manufacturers’ specifications
ii)
vibration standards and charts
iii)
Canadian Machinery Vibration Association (CMVA) interpretations and
guidelines
5.
Identify causes of vibration.
6.
Identify vibration analysis methods and describe their applications.
7.
Describe the procedures used to perform vibration analysis.
8.
Record and interpret data collected using vibration analysis.
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IMM-460
Balancing
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of balancing procedures.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
21.02 Performs balancing procedures.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with balancing.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to balancing.
3.
Identify tools and equipment required for balancing and describe their
applications and procedures for use.
4.
Identify and interpret sources of information pertaining to balancing.
i)
manufacturers’ specifications
ii)
vibration standards and charts
iii)
Canadian Machinery Vibration Association (CMVA) interpretations and
guidelines
5.
Identify the conditions of unbalance and describe their characteristics.
i)
static
ii)
couple
iii)
quasi-static
iv)
dynamic
6.
Identify the types of balancing methods and describe their applications.
i)
single-plane
ii)
multi-plane
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7.
Describe balancing procedures.
i)
static
ii)
dynamic
8.
Perform calculations required for balancing.
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IMM-465
Fluid Analysis
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to collect and test fluid samples.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
21.05 Performs fluid analysis procedures.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with fluid analysis.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to fluid sampling.
3.
Interpret codes and regulations pertaining to fluid sampling.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used for fluid sampling, and describe their
applications and procedures for use.
5.
Identify fluid contaminants and describe their causes and remedies.
6.
Describe the procedures used to collect and test fluid samples from systems.
7.
Record and interpret data from fluid analysis.
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IMM-470
Job Planning
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to plan and organize jobs.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
3.01
Plans work.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with job planning.
2.
Identify sources of information relevant to job planning.
i)
documentation
ii)
drawings
iii)
related professionals
iv)
clients
3.
Identify the factors to consider for determining job requirements.
i)
personnel
ii)
tools and equipment
iii)
materials
iv)
permits
v)
environmental
4.
Explain the concept of bar charting and describe its application and purpose in
the job planning process.
5.
Describe the procedures used to plan job tasks.
i)
scheduling
ii)
estimating
6.
Describe the procedures used to organize and store tools, equipment and
materials on-site.
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IMM-475
Non-Destructive Testing
Learning Outcomes:
-
Demonstrate knowledge of the procedures used to perform non-destructive
testing.
2013 National Occupational Analysis Reference:
21.04 Performs non-destructive testing (NDT) procedures.
Objectives and Content:
1.
Define terminology associated with non-destructive testing.
2.
Identify hazards and describe safe work practices pertaining to non-destructive
testing.
3.
Demonstrate an awareness of codes and regulations pertaining to nondestructive testing.
4.
Identify tools and equipment used for non-destructive testing, and describe their
applications and procedures for use.
5.
Identify types of non-destructive tests and describe their applications.
i)
dye penetrant
ii)
magnetic particle
iii)
radiography
iv)
ultrasonic
v)
visual
6.
Describe the procedures used to perform dye penetrant and magnetic particle
testing.
7.
Record and interpret data collected using non-destructive testing.
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