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SmartScreen Entry Level 3 Introduction to Vehicle Systems Maintenance Unit 010 Sample scheme of work Unit 010: Vehicle Body and Interior Cleaning Sample scheme of work This scheme of work is an example only. It should be used in conjunction with the Tutor Guidance for Session Planning and the City & Guilds’ Guide for Centres to ensure full coverage of the qualification requirements. This scheme of work is based on 33 hours of delivery. (Note that contact and non-contact hours are notional and should be used as a guide. It is at the discretion of individual centres as to how they manage their delivery and tutorials.) Learners are to hand in their completed individual assignment questions/tasks on an ongoing basis, practical tasks should be assessed using appropriate recording systems, which allows for formative assessment and internal verification. Knowledge assessment is conducted via questioning. Mention is made within the scheme of work regarding activities and handouts (in red) which are available on SmartScreen.co.uk. Recommended timings are given for each; however, these can be amended to suit the group. The overall content of presentations, discussions, explanations etc are left to the professionalism of the course tutor. Centres should also incorporate the following themes, where appropriate, as strands running through each of the sections within the qualification. Although they are not specifically referred to in the section content section, City & Guilds regards these as essential in the teaching of the qualification: health and safety considerations, in particular the need to impress upon learners the fact that they must preserve the health and safety of others as well as themselves functional skills (mathematics, English and ICT) differentiation, inclusion, entitlement and equality issues spiritual, moral, social and cultural issues environmental education and related European issues SmartScreen Entry Level 3 Introduction to Vehicle Systems Maintenance Unit 010 Sample scheme of work Unit 010: Vehicle Body and Interior Cleaning Sample scheme of work Tutor: Course/Qualification Group Duration: Entry Level 3 Introduction to Vehicle Systems Maintenance From: To: No of sessions: Delivery hours: Venue 33 Aim of course To enable learners to: develop skills and knowledge necessary for the safe valeting of vehicles Session Objectives/learning outcomes Activities and resources Assessment The learner will: One Become familiarised with Activities Questions and discussions SmartScreen.co.uk Locate the SmartScreen.co.uk web page and Completion of worksheet: Gain a solid introduction to set up user logins o Worksheet 1: the unit Show learners how to access the Learning General health and Develop an awareness of Styles Profiler safety basic health and safety Introduce learners to the unit relating to motor vehicle Explain the basic purpose and scope of health maintenance and repair and safety requirements, and how they must be implemented at all times during motor vehicle maintenance and repair Resources Course handbook Relevant internet sites Health and safety handbooks Health and safety guidance sheets Handout 1: General health and safety Two Gain knowledge of how to Activities Questions and discussions SmartScreen Entry Level 3 Introduction to Vehicle Systems Maintenance Unit 010 Sample scheme of work prepare to valet Group discussion on the reasons for valeting Learners to identify Be able to state the reasons Discuss personal protective equipment required appropriate PPE for valeting a vehicle for valeting vehicles Completion of worksheet: Select appropriate PPE (identify and locate o Worksheet 2: equipment, demonstrate how to use and adjust) Appropriate PPE Discuss various types of valeting equipment, to include: o automatic wash o hand wash (sponge/leather etc) o power washer o dry vacuum o wet vacuum o identify equipment available Demonstrate/familiarise learners with equipment Learners to prepare and set up equipment ready for use including the selection of appropriate PPE and visual inspection checks Resources Handout 2: Why valet? Three Protection of vehicle and care of Activities Groups to present their check customers’ property Discuss the need to establish any previous sheets to other group damage to the vehicle prior to starting valet members, peer assessment Learners to work in pairs/groups to prepare a of finished products typical pre work check sheet which includes Correctly identified vehicle provision to identify any damage to vehicle body and interior damage exterior and interior and recorded on to check Carry out pre-work check on a range of vehicles sheet Discuss the reasons for ensuring customers’ property and valet integrity is protected Resources Handout 3: Preparing to valet Handout 4: Carrying out a valet service SmartScreen Entry Level 3 Introduction to Vehicle Systems Maintenance Unit 010 Sample scheme of work Four Selecting and using cleaning Activities Completed research activity materials Selecting and using cleaning materials report sheet Group research activity on COSSH/risk assessment Resources Handout 5: Selecting and using cleaning materials Five Exterior and mini/full valet Activities Questions and discussions Discuss aspects of both mini and full valet Demonstrate main aspects of exterior valet to include: use of p ressure wash (including safety/PPE) protection of electrical/electronic equipment wheel cleaning glass cleaning body work wash and leather Six Interior valet Activities Questions and discussions Discuss aspects of interior valet Demonstrate use of dry vacuum cleaner Demonstrate use of wet vacuum cleaner Importance of adequate ventilation when working in a confined space Seven Underbonnet Activities Completion of worksheet: Tutor exposition on aspects of safety and o Worksheet 3: environment relating to the use of pressure Operating washers conditions Discuss environmental issues surrounding the use of separators to prevent oil contamination entering the ground water. Discuss the use of anti siphon equipment to prevent dirty water contaminating drinking water SmartScreen Entry Level 3 Introduction to Vehicle Systems Maintenance Unit 010 Sample scheme of work Identify vulnerable components and how to protect them (electrical/electronic equipment) Demonstrate underbonnet cleaning using pressure washer and hand wash Eight Mini valet Activities Peer assessment of final Working in pairs or groups, learners should valet develop a schedule of tasks to be offered as a mini valet Produce an advertising leaflet (flier) outlining to the owner the benefits of having a vehicle valeted Carry out mini valet Nine Full valet Activities Peer assessment of final Working in pairs or groups learners to develop a valet schedule of tasks to be offered as a full valeting service Carry out full valet of vehicle Ten Final assessment Activities Final practical assessment in Learners to carry out practical assessment in accordance with City & accordance with the requirements of the Guilds assessment criteria assessment criteria Completion of assessment documentation and portfolio administration Resources in bold red can all be downloaded from www.SmartScreen.co.uk This scheme can be adapted to provide appropriate differentiation activities for those learners who area able to progress onto level 1. The activities outlined in the lesson plans can be tailored to meet the Entry Level Three functional skills requirements for English, Maths & ICT. The following could be covered during this unit: English o Speaking, listening and communication SmartScreen Entry Level 3 Introduction to Vehicle Systems Maintenance Unit 010 Sample scheme of work Follow the main points of a discussion. Use techniques to clarify and confirm understanding. Give own point of view and respond to others’ point of view. Use appropriate language in formal discussions/exchanges. Make relevant contributions, allowing for and responding to others’ input. o Reading Understand the main points of texts. Obtain specific information through detailed reading. Read and understand texts in different formats using strategies/techniques appropriate to the task. o Writing Plan, draft and organise writing. Maths o Interpreting Recognise and name simple 2D and 3D shapes and their properties. Using ICT o Interact with and use an ICT system Use correct procedures to start and shut down an ICT system. o Finding and selecting information Search web-based sources of information. Additional tasks, such as those listed below, could also be used to cover the following Entry Level Three functional skills. Completing a job card on work carried out. Producing a brief report on faults found and extra work required. Listing parts used/required and obtaining costs. English o Writing Sequence writing logically and clearly. Use basic grammar including appropriate verb-tense and subject-verb agreement. Check work for accuracy including spelling. Maths SmartScreen Entry Level 3 Introduction to Vehicle Systems Maintenance Unit 010 Sample scheme of work o Representing Add and subtract using three-digit numbers. Solve practical problems involving multiplication and division. Round to the nearest 10 or 100. Understand and use simple fractions. Using ICT o Developing, presenting and communicating information Enter, edit and format information, including graphics, numbers, or other digital content, to achieve the required outcome.
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