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<p>4 CORE COMPETENCIES OF DRIVING NCII</p> <p>4 CORE COMPETENCIES OF DRIVING NCII1. CARRY OUT MINOR VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND SERVICINGLEARNING OUTCOMESUpon completion of this module you should be able to:1. Clean vehicle unit.2. Maintain and service the vehicle system.</p> <p>1.This module covers the skill, knowledge and attitude required to carry out basic servicing and maintenance of a light vehicle such as cleaning the vehicle. </p> <p>2.It also includes the action to implement the vehicle manufacturers specification for routine checks and maintenance and that the vehicle is operational to the requirements of both the workplace and the relevant road and traffic authority.Cleaning the VehicleCLEANING SUPPLIESCLEANING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENTPROPER WASTE DISPOSAL</p> <p>Routine Checks on Vehicle Systemtire pressure check for even tire tread wear headlight operation (bright and normal) tail light and stop light operation turn signal operation horn operation </p> <p>defroster operation windshield wiper blades parking (emergency) brake operation air bag light functional horn operation seat belts functioning properly child car seat rear door child safety lock functionality</p> <p>MINOR ROUTINE SERVICES OF THE VEHICLE SYSTEM</p> <p>Car batteryCar maintenance: topping up engine coolant Cooling System Flush Tire Rotation Service Servicing Your Oil Servicing Brake System </p> <p>2. DRIVING LIGHT VEHICLELEARNING OUTCOMESUpon completion of this module, the trainee would be able to:</p> <p>1. Perform light vehicle pre-starting and warm-up2. Drive light vehicle3. Monitor and maintain vehicle performance</p> <p>1. Parts of Light Vehicle and Its Function Vehicle LightningLightsLight BulbsHeadlampsHeadlamp SwitchAutomatic Headlamp ControlsTurn-Signal LightsComputer Controlled Lighting</p> <p>2.Safety and SignalingHorn Vehicular Security SystemsSeat BeltsAir bagsWindshield Wipers and Washers</p> <p>3.Driver Information and SafetySpeedometer and Odometer Speed-Control SystemOther electrical and Electronic Devices</p> <p>Hand ToolsStriking toolsTurning ToolsGripping toolsCutting Tools</p> <p>Routinely Checks on Vehicle Component (BLOWAF}B BatteryL- LightO OilW- WaterA-AirF-Fuel</p> <p>LTO/LTFRB Safety RequirementsLICENSEREGISTRATION:PERTINENT DOCUMENTSEARLY WARNINGS DEVICE DRIVERS OUTFIT/ATTIRE</p> <p>Defensive Driving and Driving Motoring TipsDefensive Drivingspeed limittraffic signs Respect the other driversDo not horn Driving Motoring TipsGas saving tipsDangerous driving practicesPractice CourtesyAttitude, behaviorDrivers code of ethics</p> <p>Use of Steering Wheel, Clutch, Gas and Brake PedalTHE VEHICLE DRIVING CONTROL UNITCLUTCHa component part of the powertrain unit use to engage and disengage the power from engine to the drivelines STEERING WHEELused follow road path and guide vehicle direction</p> <p>GAS PEDALa vehicle pedal control use to accelerate and decelerate speed and power of the engine to the drive linesBRAKE PEDALuse to control speed until it stopSHIFTING LEVERa part which use to shift the necessary gear to be used</p> <p> Screen clipping taken: 6/11/2015, 8:02 AM</p> <p>Using Hand Brake Front and Rear Mirror</p> <p>3. OBSERVE TRAFFIC RULES AND REGULATION</p> <p>Using Hand Brake Front and Rear MirrorLEARNING OUTCOMESUpon completion of this module, the trainee would be able to:1. Observe traffic signs and road markers2. Obey traffic rules and regulations3. Practice Courtesy4. Respect Traffic enforcers and other traffic management unit.</p> <p> Traffic Signs Colors and Plate Number ColorsTraffic Signs and Road Markers1. DANGER WARNING SIGNS / CAUTION SIGNS </p> <p>2.PROHIBITIVE AND RESTRICTIVE /INSTRUCTIONS SIGNS</p> <p>3. DIRECTION SIGNS</p> <p>4. INFORMATIVE SIGNS </p> <p>TRAFFIC RULES AND REGULATIONTRAFFIC AUTHORITIESMMDATMGLTO DEPUTIZED OFFICERTRAFFIC POLICEMAN</p> <p>TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS</p> <p>DRIVING PERMIT AND OTHER RELEVANT DOCUMENT</p> <p>DRIVING PERMIT AND OTHER RELEVANT DOCUMENTLICENSESStudent PermitNon professionalProfessional PROFESSIONAL Age qualification- 18 yrs old and above Renewal or validity every three years </p> <p>4. implement and coordinate accident/emergency procedures Screen clipping taken: 6/11/2015, 8:04 AMLEARNING OUTCOMESAt the end of this module the trainees are expected to:1. Respond to emergencies.</p> <p>2. Arrange follow up support and assistance.</p> <p>Different Types of Vehicle Emergency SituationVehicle collision</p> <p>crime accident </p> <p>fire resulted from engine overheating or faulty electric wiring</p> <p> hit and run</p> <p>KINDS OF ACCIDENT BODY INJURIES/SHOCKS</p>

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