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National certificate in paper pulp manufacturing nqf level 2

National Certificate in Pulp & Paper Manufacturing NQF Level 3Woodyard Operations

National Certificate in Paper & Pulp Manufacturing NQF Level 2

Curriculum Framework

Woodyard operations table of contents
Woodyard Operations 3Table of Contents

1. Description of the qualification

2. Structure of the qualification

3.Fundamental unit standards

4. Core unit standards

5. Elective unit standards

National certificate in paper pulp manufacturing nqf level 2

1. Description of the qualification 3

Rationale of the qualification

This is a further qualification in a series for learners to progress beyond the National Certificate in Pulp and Paper Manufacturing: NQF level 2. The qualification reflects the workplace-based needs of woodyard operators . The needs, as verified by various Industry forums, are expressed by employers and employees, for both now and the future. This qualification is intended as an exit level qualification for the FET band for learners working in woodyard operations. The level of flexibility within the range of electives enables the learner to work in various jobs, for example: debarking logs, handling and storing bark for further processing.

While the learning specified within this qualification is contextualised to woodyard operations, the qualification has been constructed in such a way that the learner will be able, with some further learning, to adapt the skills and knowledge to other manufacturing industries. The qualification therefore supports the principle of portability within the manufacturing industry as a whole in South Africa and thus provides added value to the qualifying learner (increased employability) and to society and the economy (the creation of a pool of learners with manufacturing skills)

  • Purpose of the qualification

  • This qualification is aimed at learners who work or intend to work in woodyard operations and who seek recognition for essential skills. Qualifying learners will be capable of

  • understanding the process and variables in woodyard operations

  • receiving and storing logs

  • producing and storing wood chips

  • applying basic business concepts, quality procedures and safety, health and environmental procedures.

  • demonstrating competence in mathematics, science, reading, writing and speaking relevant to the pulp and paper industry.

  • progressing to higher level qualifications in pulp and paper operations

  • The qualification is designed to be flexible and accessible so that learners are able to achieve the competencies required for working safely and efficiently in a woodyard.

Woodyard operations structure of qualification
Woodyard Operations 3Structure of Qualification

Woodyard operations fundamental unit standards
Woodyard Operations 3Fundamental Unit Standards

Woodyard operations fundamentals 1
Woodyard Operations 3Fundamentals (1)

TF301 - Communicate verbally and non-verbally in the workplace

TF302 - Interpret and use information from texts

TF303 - Use communication skills to handle and resolve conflict in the workplace

TF304 - Write texts that meet a range of communicative contexts

TF305 - Collect and use data to establish statistical and probability models and solve related problems

TF306 - Demonstrate an understanding of rational and irrational numbers and number systems within the context of relevant calculations

Woodyard operations fundamentals 2
Woodyard Operations 3Fundamentals (2)

TF307 - Demonstrate understanding of the use of different number bases and measurement units and an awareness of error in the context of relevant calculations.

TF308 - Measure, estimate and calculate physical quantities and explore, describe and represent geometrical relationships in 2-dimensions in different life or workplace contexts

TF309 - Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial aspects of personal and business issues.

TF310 - Demonstrate an understanding of science

TF311 - Develop learning strategies and techniques

TF312 - Manage work time effectively

TF313 - Understand and deal with HIV/AIDS

Woodyard operations core unit standards
Woodyard Operations 3Core Unit Standards

Woodyard operations core
Woodyard Operations 3Core

TC301 - Apply basic business concepts

TC302 - Apply quality procedures

TC303 - Apply safety, health and environmental protectionprocedures

TC304 - Produce and store wood chips

TC305 - Receive and store logs in a woodyard

TC306 - Understand process and variables in woodyard operations

Woodyard operations elective unit standards
Woodyard Operations 3Elective Unit Standards

Woodyard operations electives 1
Woodyard Operations 3Electives (1)

TE301 - Assess learners within a learning situation

TE302 - Coach learners

TE303 - Debark logs using a drum debarker

TE304 - Demonstrate understanding of the water treatment andeffluent treatment processes in the pulp and paper industry

TE305 - Describe instrumentation control within a process control system

TE306 - Develop a learning plan and a portfolio for assessment

TE307 - Handle and store bark for further processing

TE308 - Interpret basic electronic theories in process plant control

Woodyard operations electives 2
Woodyard Operations 3Electives (2)

TE309 - Lead a team, plan, organise and assess their work

TE310 - Operate a Computer

TE311 - Operate a weighbridge

TE312 - Operate lift trucks

TE313 - Operate mobile bulk handling equipment

TE314 - Operate overhead crane

TE315 - Produce and use spreadsheets for business

TE316 - Produce word processing documents for business