Vehicle

We have chosen the portfolio-method for assessing the performance of complex exercises.

The portfolio should consist the following components:

  1. Task form
    1. 1. Description of the task (the particular task will be given by teacher)
    1.2. Procedure; list of tools; time planning
    1.3. Description and calculation of material (spare parts, liquids, small material) according to the requirements of tasks
    1.4. Security, safety and environment
  2. Recording of work process (log-book, diary, blog, evidence (time evidence, list of activities, photos, drawings, videos etc))
  3. Presentation of portfolio (incl self-evaluation and conclusions) (in partner countries where possible)
  4. Assessment, feedback by teacher/tutor, conclusion

Template for task form

For performing the task please follow the steps:

Tasks for every speciality are presented in separate sub-pages:

Diagnostics

Maintenance

Repair

The common learning outcomes of these units are:

  • The student has an overview about the work in the workshop
  • The student can prepare how to perform service and repair from the use of manuals and repair manuals
  • The student can carry out everyday tasks in collaboration with colleagues
  • The student can perform the necessary professional tasks
  • The student can work environmentally conscious
  • The student can demonstrate a basic understanding of entrepreneurship, innovation
  • The student can explain the knowledge of technological development and innovation
  • The student can implement a professional communications
  • The student can make an autoanalizy and bring up continuing education plan for him/herself

Recording the work

There are several ways for recording your work. It depends on the systems and digital platforms used in your school, the agreements with your teacher or tutor etc. You can use www.weebly.com, www.wordpress.com etc which are free sites for creating your own website, blog or store.

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EQVET project is funded by:
EQVET project will continue the work of the STEVTA project (2012-2014) in the fields of construction and vehicle