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Imagine EducationStudent Assessment Feedback Form Student Name: Unit: AURETR022 Diagnose and repair vehicle dynamic control systems AssessmentSatisfactory (S) / Not Yet Satisfactory (NYS)DateCommentInitialsQuestionsS01/06/21BRPracticalS01/06/21See Practical ObservationBRFeedback from the Student:I have been provided with feedback on this assessment from the assessor for this unitStudent Signature:Overall competency has been achieved: YES □ NO □□ Assessment submitted past end dateAssessor’s Name: BRETT REID Result Date : 01/06/21 Assessor’s Signature: Imagine EducationStudent Assessment Cover Sheet Course Code AUR30616 Course Name Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology Unit Code AURETR022 Unit Name Diagnose and repair vehicle dynamic control systems Due Date 01/06/21 Assessment Name Questions Student No. ________________ Student Name _____________________________ Student Phone ________________ Student Email _____________________________ Student DeclarationI declare that this assessment is my own work and where my work is supported by documents from my workplace placement/employer permission has been granted. Note: This assessment will not be accepted unless all sections have been completed and the front cover has been signed and dated. Note: Filling out this coversheet as part of an electronic submission and approving the above information will operate in the same way as physically signing this cover sheet. Student Signature ______________________________________________________________ Office Use Only Date/s Received: ___/___/___ ___/___/___ ___/___/___ Date/s Assessed: ___/___/___ ___/___/___ ___/___/___ Result of Assessment: ___________ ___________ ___________ Entered on Training PlanModerationSignature Note for Assessors: Filling out the above Office Use Only section as part of an electronic submission will operate in the same way as physically signing this cover sheet. If not physically signed, Assessor must print their name in signature box. Imagine EducationAssessment Questions Course Code and Name: AUR30616 Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology Unit Code: AURETR022 Unit Title: Diagnose and repair vehicle dynamic control systems For this assessment you are required to answer all of the questions. You are permitted to research the answers by reading your text book, theory notes and accessing the internet. If more room is needed label each task with the question number and use headings or dot points to make your work clear for your trainer and assessor. Please follow the Referencing Guide contained on your Course handbook. Please attach a student assessment cover sheet to each unit submission. You must complete the cover sheet in full detail. Questions1Explain why it is recommended the steps in the DTC diagnose procedure(at your workplace/RTO) are to be carried out and how many steps (at least 3 points)2Explain what DTC stand for 3What does ABS stand for?4Explain what components are in a ABS system5How does an ABS system work (detail each component and how it works)?6How does traction control work ( name 2 different ways )7Fill out a diagnostic flow chat including what tests and tools you will need for a ABS light8Explain Hill Start Assist and how it works.9Can a ABS system work in a vehicle that has no ECUs (past and present)and explain your answer10How does descent control work11What is consisted a inappropriate tests name 312Explain Active Roll Over protection.13Where could you find an electronic version of a service / repair manual?14Explain how you would remove a speed sensor ring15What is the procedure for cleaning the speed sensor and speed sensor ring16Explain what you must check when a ABS fault is detected17What is the purpose of enterprise quality procedures18What other systems used in traction control19Give an example of an enterprise quality procedure when repairing steering systems20Name 3 PPE you should wear when undertaking diagnosing and repair vehicle dynamic control system21Name the components below and the systems that use them22What are the possible faults that match the symptom from the list besideABS light on but no DTCs No Power to ECU Blown fuse Air leak in the master cylinder Speed sensor fault ECU fault Worn brake pads CAN-BUS fault Traction control turned off Hydraulic modulator Air gap to small between speed sensor and speed sensor ring23Name 12 components that are used in ESP/ESC24Describe the vehicle dynamic control systems and how they workBrake assistElectronic brake force distributionElectronic park brake25What is missing from the stability control wiring diagram and draw in the missing components below: 26aHow many grounds are in the diagram below?26bWhat colour are the speed sensors wires26cWhat colours are the front pressure regulator wires?26dHow many Relays and Switches are there in the system?26eWhat colours are the ABS relay wires?27What is a EBCM and what does it do?28What is the safety act that you work under? Imagine EducationAssessment: Practical Observation Checklist Course Code and Name: AUR30616 Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology Unit Code: AURETR022 Unit Title: Diagnose and repair vehicle dynamic control systems ASSESSMENT 1 – ASSESSOR CHECKLIST This checklist is to be used when assessing the students in the associated task. This checklist is to be completed for each student. Please refer to separate mapping document for specific details relating to alignment of this task to the unit requirements. I ________________________________________ (student name) have been provided with the required training in the knowledge and skills of the unit. I am ready to be practically assessed. Please complete below Student Name:Student ID No:Date:01/06/21 Task A: Assessor Instructions: Control System Type 1: ABS Fault(s): Unable to bleed system Control System Type 2: T/CONTROL Fault(s): Warning light on Control System Type 3: HILL START SYSTEM Fault(s): Warning light on Did the studentSystem 1System 2System 3Date Observed:01/06/2101/06/2101/06/21Communication: Did the studentIntroduce self to customer Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoQuestion customer to identify fault Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoActively listen to the customers comments Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoAccurately explain the diagnostics and repair process, ensuring all jargon and technical terms are explained Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoDid the student detect the customer’s needs/problems that may have been outside their area of responsibility to the correct person Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoPreparation: Did the studentAccess correct workshop manuals Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoIdentify job requirements Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoPrepare all tools and equipment Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoEnsure all tools were ready for safe use Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoImmobilise the vehicle before starting service Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoStudent chose and wore the following PPE throughout the assessmentWork Clothing – Coveralls, Steel capped footwear Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoEye Protection – Safety Glasses or Face Masks Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoEar Protection – Earmuffs / Earplugs Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoHand Protection – Gloves / barrier cream Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoRespiratory Equipment – Face Mask / Valved Respirators Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoStudent listened and looked for faults Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoFault identification: Did the studentTest drive the vehicle and check for: Yes  No Yes  No Yes  Nocheck engine light Yes  No Yes  No Yes  Nounusual vibrations/ noises Yes  No Yes  No Yes  Nosystem operation Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoStudent correctly identified the system fault to repair Yes  No Yes  No Yes  NoDiagnose – dynamic control systems. Did the studentprepare a diagnostic flow chart Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Aprepare a work flow chart Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ACheck codes, in the right ecu Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AWrite down codes Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AClear the codes Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ATest drive again Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ACheck the codes in the right ecu Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Acheck the codes against the first codes Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Acheck sensors visually Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Acheck wiring/contention/s Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Acheck/test sensors with multimeter Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Acheck the DTC histroy Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Acheck ecu and contentions Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Acheck other effected ecu Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Aclear codes effected ecu Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Acheck system with oscilloscope Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Acheck for any corrosion Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Acheck fuses Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Acheck the non electrical part of the system Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Afind the underlying causes of fault Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ADiagnose – dynamic control systems. Did the student NOT (that is not a recommended test method)Back probing terminals and connectors and fuse holders with inappropriate test probes Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AProbing terminals and connectors with inappropriate test probes Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/APushing sharp probes and objects into wiring insulation Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ARepair / replace – components. Did the studentSafely remove components Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ARemove components without damage to any other components Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AInstall components without damage to components or other systems Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AAdjust components and associated systems Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ACheck installation against wiring diagrams Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AConfirm component is working Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ARemove and install all trim and other car body parts without damage and rattles Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/APost repair / replace -. Did the studentRe-test system and components Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ARecheck for DTCs Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AConfirm the reported fault has been rectified Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AValidating the effectiveness of the repair action Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AConfirm that no other faults are present as a result of the repair action Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ARepair / replace and Diagnose -. Did the studentCorrectly choose the most appropriate tools Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ACorrectly choose the most appropriate method of repair Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ACorrectly carry out the appropriate tests Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ACorrectly diagnose fault Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/APerform the diagnose and repair with timeframes Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AGeneral, did the student ensureDismantle all parts without damage to parts or components Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ACheck all parts for wear, damage and corrosion Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AUse torque wrench where required to tighten bolts to correct levels Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ACheck all components following manufacturer’s recommended procedures Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ACompare test results with manufacturer’s specifications to determine compliance / non-compliance Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AUndertake all electrical testing in accordance with manufacturer’s recommended procedures Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AUndertake all electrical testing not using inappropriate testing procedures Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AEnvironmentAll oils and fluids collected in correct containers Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AAll oils and fluids disposed of as required by law Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AAll tasks were undertaken in a systematic and logical order Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AManufacturers specifications were followed at all times including senor testing and specific measurements Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AAll equipment was used correctly (including OBD Scan tools) Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AAll tasks were undertaken safely, includingstudents actions around the vehicle Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ALifting and loading movements did not cause undue strain on student or others Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ANo person was allowed under vehicle or components at any stage Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/APart HandlingParts were handled safely Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AParts were not damaged by student Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AParts were labelled and sorted correctly Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AStudent correctly completed workplace documentation following standard operating procedures Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AStudent identified and followed appropriate enterprise quality procedures Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AStudent collected all waste and scraps Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AStudent disposed of waste and scraps correctly, following workplace procedures Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AAny recyclable materials was disposed of following environmental guidelines Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AStudent collected and stored all reusable materials Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AStudent cleaned and checked all equipment thoroughly after use Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AStudent tagged any unserviceable equipment and checked for faults Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AStudent replaced all equipment following workplace storage / maintenance procedures Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AStudent followed workplace reporting procedures for any equipment / tooling found to be damaged / unserviceable Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AStudent ensured work area was cleaned following workplace procedures, ready for other staff to use Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AStudent undertook all tasks safely, including safe manual handling and correct use of tools and PPE Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AStudent communicated effectively with any staff in the area or involved with their work (clear, respectful and in plain English) Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AStudent was able to undertake tasks independently and demonstrated good time-management skills Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AStudent followed all safe operating procedures, including those associated with:Vehicle & machinery movement Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AToxic substances Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AElectrical safety Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AWorking in proximity to others Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/ATask incorporated environmental requirements, including:Noise & dust Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AClean up management Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Vehicle prepared for customer includingremoval of all scraps and debris Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Amarks / scuffs cleaned Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Aprotection devices removed (matts / plastics / etc) Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Arepairs recorded in vehicle service book (or other relevant documents) Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/AVehicle left in presentable condition Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Akeys returned to key holding bay Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/Ajob sheet completed Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Yes  No  N/A Comments: Result: Satisfactory | Not Satisfactory | Not Assessed Student Declaration: I declare that I have been assessed in this unit, and I have been advised of my result. I also am aware of my appeal rights.Name: ________________________ Signature: ________________________ Date: 01/06/21 Assessor: I declare that I have conducted a fair, valid, reliable and flexible assessment with this student, and I have provided appropriate feedbackName: BRETT REID Signature: Date: 01/06/21

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