UEPOPS202 - Apply quality systems to work

    Unit code: UEPOPS202 | Study level: TAFE


    This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to apply a quality assurance system to work.
    Quality control is a process to ensure that significant variations in quality are kept to a minimum. Quality control in a power generation facility will focus on a set of procedures intended to ensure that personnel, plant and equipment operate smoothly and efficiently.Competency in this unit requires the ability to plan and prepare quality procedures, conduct quality system practices and initiate changes to quality systems. Individuals will, in general, work as an operator in a power generation facility.


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    Assessment tasks will be designed to reinforce & extend knowledge and skill competence within set & controlled parameters in accordance with each unit’s learning outcomes & performance criteria requirements, incl the setting of work based practical application tasks designed to provide evidence of competence outcomes, within periodic and scheduled timelines.
    Students will be expected to demonstrate the following required skills:
    * emergency procedures
    * risk control measures
    * safe working practices
    * communicating with personnel
    * complying with legislation, industry standards, codes of practice and regulations
    * contributing to quality control audits
    * identifying quality procedural change requirements
    * improving quality control procedures
    * initiating changes to quality assurance processes and procedures
    * planning and preparing for quality control
    * using recording procedures for documenting
    * utilising sustainable energy principles and practices
    * working with quality assurance procedures, tools and techniques.

    Required reading

    The qualified trainer and assessor will advise students of class notes, reading materials produced by VU Polytechnic and further support via VU Polytechnic e-learning system and/or in person.

    As part of a course

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