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Level 2

Service bearings and seals in electrical rotating machines
This standard is expiring. The last date for assessment to take place is 31 December 2024.

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Version 7 This unit standard replaced unit standard 5927.

16416 Unit Standard 1 Credits

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This unit standard is for people who service bearings and seals in electric motors and generators. People credited with this unit standard are able to: - service bearings in electrical rotating machines; and - service seals in electrical rotating machines.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Level 3

Test, locate and diagnose faults in electrical machine windings

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Version 10

1184 Unit Standard 2 Credits

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This unit standard is intended for people who have responsibility for preparing machines for rewinding. People credited with this unit standard are able to: - test electrical machine windings in accordance with industry practice; and - locate and diagnose faults in electrical machine windings in accordance with industry practice.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 3 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Lift and transport electrical machines, and associated repair equipment within a motor rewinding workshop environment

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Version 4

24890 Unit Standard 5 Credits

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This unit standard covers the use of lifting equipment found as standard in a motor rewind workshop. It refers to the handling of items weighing between 35 kg and 2 tonnes. Consequently it does not refer to manual lifting or to the use of equipment rated for lifting loads greater than 2 tonnes. This unit standard does not cover the use of forklifts. This unit standard is for people intending to qualify in the electrical industry as motor rewinders. People credited with this unit standard are able to in accordance with industry practice: - establish the weight of an item to be lifted and transported; - estimate the weight of an item to be lifted and transported when no weight data is available; - prepare items for lifting and transporting; - identify and prepare lifting equipment; - ensure safety of personnel when operating lifting equipment; - operate lifting equipment; and - prepare location for depositing lifted items.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 3 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Demonstrate knowledge of electrical theory for electromechanical maintenance and repair

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Version 1

31741 Unit Standard 9 Credits

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This unit standard covers electricity knowledge for people intending to qualify in the electrical industry in electromechanical maintenance and repair. It provides the underpinning knowledge for those people who have responsibility for the refurbishment of electric machines. This includes dismantling, stripping, rewinding, assembling and testing electric machines. People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of: - methods for e.m.f. production and elimination of static electricity for electromechanical maintenance and repair; - electrochemistry for electromechanical maintenance and repair; - magnetism for electromechanical maintenance and repair; - DC circuit parameters for electromechanical maintenance and repair; - resistors, capacitors, and inductors used in electrical systems; and - AC circuits for electromechanical maintenance and repair.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 3 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Demonstrate knowledge of electrical calculations and principles for electromechanical maintenance and repair

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Version 1

31742 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard covers electricity knowledge for people intending to qualify in the electrical industry in electromechanical maintenance and repair. It provides the underpinning knowledge for those people who have responsibility for the refurbishment of electric machines. This includes dismantling, stripping, rewinding, assembling and testing electric machines. People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of: - direct current, single and three phase sinusoidal alternating voltages and currents for electromechanical maintenance and repair; - resistors, capacitors, and inductors used in the electromechanical maintenance and repair industry; - three phase circuits used in the electromechanical maintenance and repair industry; and - electrical measuring instruments used in the electromechanical maintenance and repair industry.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 3 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Demonstrate knowledge of direct current machines for electromechanical maintenance and repair

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Version 1

31743 Unit Standard 8 Credits

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This unit standard covers electricity knowledge for people intending to qualify in the electrical industry in electromechanical maintenance and repair. It provides the underpinning knowledge for those people who have responsibility for the refurbishment of electric machines. This includes dismantling, stripping, rewinding, assembling and testing electric machines. People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of: - uses of DC power in the electromechanical industry; - DC generators for electromechanical maintenance and repair; - DC motors for electromechanical maintenance and repair; and - maintenance and troubleshooting of DC machines.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 3 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Level 4

Prepare electrical machines for rewinding

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Version 8

1185 Unit Standard 8 Credits

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This unit standard is intended for people who have responsibility for preparing machines for rewinding. People credited with this unit standard are able to: - dismantle and inspect electrical machines in accordance with industry practice; - strip out windings in accordance with industry practice; - refurbish casing in accordance with industry practice; and - prepare armature/rotor and/or yoke in accordance with industry practice.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 3 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Demonstrate knowledge of a.c. motors
This standard is expiring. The last date for assessment to take place is 31 December 2021.

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Version 6 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 29443.

15858 Unit Standard 7 Credits

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This unit standard covers the principles, construction, calculations, and measurement of single-phase and three-phase alternating current (a.c.) motors. It is intended for use in the training of electricians and related trades. People credited with this unit standard are able to: - demonstrate knowledge of single-phase motors; - demonstrate knowledge of single-phase multi-speed motors; - compare characteristics of single-phase motors; - demonstrate knowledge of three-phase induction motors; - demonstrate knowledge of the factors that affect the performance of three-phase induction motors; - perform a.c. motor calculations and verify by measurement; - reverse direction of rotation of induction motors; and - diagnose faults in electric motors.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Demonstrate knowledge of d.c. machines
This standard is expiring. The last date for assessment to take place is 31 December 2024.

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Version 6 This unit standard replaced unit standard 1709.

15865 Unit Standard 5 Credits

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This unit standard covers knowledge of direct current (d.c.) motors and generators for electricians and related trades. People credited with this unit standard are able to: - demonstrate knowledge of the general features of d.c. machines; - demonstrate knowledge of d.c. generators; - demonstrate knowledge of d.c. motors; - demonstrate knowledge of speed control for d.c. motors; - demonstrate knowledge of d.c. motor starters; and - connect and test a d.c. compound motor and starter.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Fault-find, repair, and test electric motors

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Version 6 This unit standard replaced unit standard 1199 and unit standard 1200.

16413 Unit Standard 8 Credits

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This unit standard is for people intending to qualify in the electrical industry in motor rewinding and repair or as electricians or electrical service technicians. It covers fault-finding, repair, and testing of single-phase, three-phase, or direct current motors. People credited with this unit standard are able to in accordance with industry practice: - fault-find electric motors; - service and repair electric motors; - reassemble electric motors; and - test electric motors.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 3 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Demonstrate knowledge of electric machine winding

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Version 6 This unit standard and unit standard 19470 replaced unit standard 1198.

19469 Unit Standard 5 Credits

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This unit standard is for people intending to qualify in the electrical industry in motor rewinding and repair. It provides the underpinning knowledge for those people who have responsibility for the refurbishment of electric machines. This includes dismantling, stripping, rewinding, assembling and testing electric machines. People credited with this unit standard are able to: - identify machine design features; - read and interpret electrical diagrams to describe machine windings; - interpret machine manufacturer''s technical information; - describe coil winding and testing methods; and - demonstrate knowledge of insulation used in electric machines.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 3 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Rewind electric machines

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Version 5 This unit standard and unit standard 19469 replaced unit standard 1198.

19470 Unit Standard 15 Credits

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This unit standard is for people intending to qualify in the electrical industry in motor rewinding and repair. It is for people who have responsibility for winding, connecting, and insulating electric machine coils. People credited with this unit standard are able to in accordance with industry practice: - record winding data; - assess insulation requirements; - wind coils; - insert and connect coils; and - impregnate windings as required.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 3 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Reassemble and test electric machines following rewinding

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Version 5

19471 Unit Standard 12 Credits

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This unit standard is for people intending to qualify in the electrical industry in motor rewinding and repair. It is for people who have responsibility for the reassembly and testing of electric machines following rewinding. People credited with this unit standard are able to in accordance with industry practice: - reassemble electric machines; and - test electric machines.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 3 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Overhaul a.c. rotating machines and control equipment

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Version 8

2014 Unit Standard 5 Credits

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This unit standard covers the overhaul of alternating current (a.c.) electric motors and generators, and associated control equipment such as starters and speed controllers, and is for people wishing to qualify in the electrical industry as motor rewinders or electricians. People credited with this unit standard are able to: - prepare to overhaul a.c. rotating machines; - dismantle a.c. rotating machines; - inspect a.c. rotating machines; - repair and replace defective components of a.c. rotating machines; - re-assemble a.c. rotating machines; - overhaul control equipment for a.c. rotating machines; and - re-install and re-commission a.c. rotating machines.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 3 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Fault-find, test, and commission electric motors

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Version 1

29420 Unit Standard 4 Credits

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This unit standard covers fault-finding and testing of electric motors, and is for people wishing to qualify in the electrical industry as electricians or electrical service technicians. People credited with this unit standard are able to: - fault-find electric motors; and - test and commission electric motors

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 3 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Demonstrate and apply knowledge of a.c. motors

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Version 1 This unit standard replaced unit standard 15858.

29443 Unit Standard 4 Credits

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This unit standard covers the principles, construction, calculations, and measurement of single-phase and three-phase alternating current (a.c.) motors. It is intended for use in the training of electricians and related trades. People credited with this unit standard are able to: - demonstrate knowledge of single-phase motors; - compare characteristics of single-phase motors; - demonstrate knowledge of the factors that affect the performance of three-phase induction motors; - perform a.c. motor calculations and verify by measurement; - reverse direction of rotation of induction motors; and - diagnose faults in electric motors.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 3 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Demonstrate and apply knowledge of a.c. electric motor control and installation

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Version 2 This unit standard replaced unit standard 20962.

29444 Unit Standard 5 Credits

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This unit standard covers the starting, speed control, and installation and commissioning of alternating current (a.c.) electric motors. It is intended for use in the training of electricians and related trades. People credited with this unit standard are able to: - demonstrate knowledge of motor starters; - demonstrate knowledge of motor speed controllers; - connect and test three-phase induction motor starters; - connect and test motor speed controllers; and - install and commission induction motors.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 3 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Demonstrate knowledge of alternating current machines for electromechanical maintenance and repair

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Version 1

31744 Unit Standard 15 Credits

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This unit standard covers electricity knowledge for people intending to qualify in the electrical industry in electromechanical maintenance and repair. It provides the underpinning knowledge for those people who have responsibility for the refurbishment of electric machines. This includes dismantling, stripping, rewinding, assembling and testing electric machines. People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of: - terms and specifications of AC machines; - single-phase asynchronous AC motors; - special single-phase AC motors; - three-phase synchronous AC motors; - three-phase asynchronous AC motors; and - maintenance and troubleshooting of AC machines.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 3 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Demonstrate knowledge of safety in electromechanical maintenance and repair

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Version 1

31745 Unit Standard 8 Credits

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This unit standard covers electricity knowledge for people intending to qualify in the electrical industry in electromechanical maintenance and repair. It provides the underpinning knowledge for those people who have responsibility for the refurbishment of electric machines. This includes dismantling, stripping, rewinding, assembling and testing electric machines. People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of: - health and safety in the electromechanical maintenance and repair industry; - safe industrial mechanical handling of electrical equipment; and - safety requirements for working with scaffolds and ladders.

Consent & Moderation Requirements:

CMR 3 Word PDF

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Overhaul d.c. rotating machines and control equipment
This standard is expiring. The last date for assessment to take place is 31 December 2024.

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Version 7

5928 Unit Standard 5 Credits

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This unit standard covers the overhauling of direct current (d.c.) electric motors and generators, and associated control equipment such as starters and speed controllers, and is for people wishing to qualify in the electrical industry as motor rewinders or electricians. People credited with this unit standard are able to: - prepare d.c. rotating machines for overhaul; - dismantle d.c. rotating machines; - inspect d.c. rotating machines; - repair and replace defective components of d.c. rotating machines; - re-assemble d.c. rotating machines; - overhaul control equipment for d.c. rotating machines; - re-install and re-commission d.c. rotating machines.

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Level 5

Demonstrate advanced knowledge of electrical machines
This standard is expiring. The last date for assessment to take place is 31 December 2024.

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18999 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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This unit standard is intended for use in the training and assessment of electricians beyond trade level. It covers theory of electrical machines, at a level more advanced than the requirements for the National Certificate in Electrical Engineering (Electrician for Registration) (Level 4) [Ref: 1195]. People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of: - the construction and operation of direct current generators; - the construction and operation of direct current motors; - three-phase alternators; - synchronous motors; - non-standard three-phase induction motors; and - electrical braking of a.c. motors

Standard-setting body:

The Skills Organisation

Data as at 08 May 2021