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LEVEL 1 : POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION

QUALIFICATION SUMMARY
UNITS REF. NO. UNIT TITTLE REMARKS GLH
UNIT 01 EPS – SP – 001 – L1 Health and safety in power system Mandatory 30
protection
UNIT 02 EPS – SP – 002– L1 Communication Mandatory 20
UNIT 03 EPS – SP – 003 – L1 power system protection compliance Optional 30
UNIT 04 EPS – SP – 004 – L1 maintaining protection and control Optional 30
equipment and circuit
UNIT 05 EPS – SP – 005 – L1 Determine and set requirement for safe Optional 30
access to safe work location
UNIT 06 EPS – SP – 006 – L1 Diagnose fault in distribution and Optional 30
transmission substation equipment
UNIT 07 EPS – SP – 007 – L1 Conduct specified testing of distribution Optional 30
and transmission substation equipment
UNIT 08 EPS – SP – 008 – L1 Team Work Mandatory 10

003 EPS-SO-003-L1 Inspection of Distribution transformer Optional 10


(Borrowed)

PURPOSE OF QUALIFICATION:

This qualification is for …………..

TOTAL CREDIT REQUIRED: Between 130 – 150 for level 1, 240 – 270 level2 ,
360 – 400 level3, 480 – 520 level4 and 600 -640 level5.
QUALIFICATION: POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION

QCF LEVEL: 1

CREDIT VALUE: 15

GUIDED LEARNING HOURS: 150hrs

LEVEL PURPOSE:

At the end of the unit, the learner should be able to;

1) Identify health and safety rules and other relevant regulations and guidelines,
2) Identify safe working practice and approved procedures for the disposal of waste
materials.
3) Receive and communicate information
4) Use relevant tools, instruments and techniques for the compliance checks
5) Describe maintenance activities and their specified sequence on protection and
control equipment.
6) Recognise some of the protection and control test equipment.
7) Identify safety procedures and guidelines required for getting access to work
location.
8) Identify distribution and transmission substation components.
9) Explain continuity, polarity and battery condition test procedures.
Unit: 01 – Health and safety in power system protection

Unit reference number: EPS – SP – 001 – L1

QCF Level: Level 1

Credit value: 3

Guided Learning Hours: 30hrs

Unit purpose: It enables the learner to identify the health and safety regulations and guide
lines in Power system protection

Unit assessment requirements/evidence requirements: PPE, safety rules (100series), SPC


and tags/personal statement, questioning and observation.
Unit: 01; Health and safety in Power system protection

Learning Criteria Evidence type Evidence


Outcome reference page
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LO1 1.1 Explain safety rules as
Work safely at applied to the power
all times, comply industry e.g. 100series
with health and 1.2 Identify SPC forms and
safety and other tags
relevant 1.3 Comply with safety rules
regulations and in operations
guidelines 1.4 Use appropriate Personal
Protective Equipment
1.5 Explain and comply with
safe working space
1.6 Carryout storing of all tools
and instruments in a safe
place in line standard
LO2 2.1 Identify waste
Disposal of materials.
waste 2.2 Gather waste materials
materials in
2.3 Perform disposal of
accordance
hazardous/ non-
with safe
hazardous waste
working
materials.
practice and
2.4 Keep work area in safe
approved
and tidy condition.
procedures

LO3 3.1 Identify and report


Emergency emergency to
procedures appropriate personnel
3.2 Distinguish types of
fire- fighting
equipment
3.3 Describe emergency
procedure
3.4 Perform first aid
procedure.
3.5

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Unit: 02 – Communication

Unit reference number: EPS – SP – 002 – L1

QCF Level: Level 1

Credit value: 2

Guided Learning Hours: 20

Unit purpose: It enables the learner to Receive and communicate information

Unit assessment requirements/evidence requirements: Communication gadgets, Log book,


Communication codes/Observation, witness testimony, questioning
Unit: 02 – Communication

Learning Criteria Evidence type Evidence


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LO1 1.1 Receive information
Receive and from the right
communicate personnel
information 1.2 Communicate
relevant information
to the right
personnel
1.3 Communicate using
body and sign
language.
1.4 Communicate using
various types of
communicate
system.
1.5

LO2
Communicate 2.1 Receive information
effectively with from team members
team members 2.2 Pass information to
team members
2.3 Recognise
importance of
communication with
team members
2.4 Assist in compiling
reports with team
members.
2.5
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Unit: 03 – power system protection compliance

Unit reference number: EPS – SP – 003 – L1

QCF Level: Level 1

Credit value: 3

Guided Learning Hours: 30

Unit purpose: It enables learner to use relevant tools, instruments and techniques for the
compliance checks in power system protection.

Unit assessment requirements/evidence requirements: CTs, VTs, Protective Relays, Multi


meters and current injection kits/ OBS, PS and QA
Unit: 03 – power system protection compliance

Learning Criteria Evidence type Evidence


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LO1 1.1 Identify relevant
Use all the tools and instrument
correct tools 1.2 Assist in selecting
an d tools and instruments
instruments fit for purpose
and check they 1.3 Check the calibration
are in useable dates of tool and
condition instruments to be
used
1.4 Distinguish good and
faulty tools and
instruments.
1.5

LO2
Identify and 2.1 Identify protective
assess any equipment eg Relays,
defect or CTs, VTs.
variations from 2.2 Assist in carryout
the compliance checks on
specifications protective
and take equipment’s
action. 2.3 Assist in the use of
relevant tools,
instruments and
techniques for the
compliance checks
2.4 Assist in checking
compliance of the
protective
equipment’s with
accuracy standard.
2.5
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Unit: 04 – maintaining protection and control equipment and circuit

Unit reference number: EPS – SP – 004 – L1

QCF Level: Level 1

Credit value: 3

Guided Learning Hours: 30

Unit purpose: it enables learner to describe maintenance activities on protection and


control equipment and their specified sequence.

Unit assessment requirements/evidence requirements: current injection device, signal


sources/generator and signal tracer, tools and transducers/OBS, PD and QA
Unit: 04 maintaining protection and control equipment and circuit

Learning Criteria Evidence type Evidence


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LO1 1.1 Identify the types of
Carry out the protection and control
maintenance equipment
activities 1.2 Assist in selecting ` `
within the limit equipment to be
of your maintained.
knowledge and 1.3 Identify source of
personal supply the equipment
authority. to be maintained
1.4 Identify disconnection
and reconnection
procedure
1.5 Select relevant tools
to be used
LO2
Carryout the 2.1 Assist in disconnecting
maintenance supply to the
activities in the equipment.
specified 2.2 Assist in removing
sequence and equipment from
in an agreed system
time scale. 2.3 Assist in the setting,
aligning and adjusting
replaced equipment.
Assist to couple,
reconnect and return
equipment and
system to service.

3.1 Identify analogue and


LO3 digital meters
Use the 3.2 Identify voltmeter,
following types ohmmeter, clamp
of test meter,
equipment 3.3 Recognise current
injection device, signal
sources/generator
and signal tracer.

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Unit: 05 – Determine and set requirement for safe access to safe
work location.

Unit reference number: EPS – SP – 005 – L1

QCF Level: Level 1

Credit value: 3

Guided Learning Hours: 30

Unit purpose: To enable learner Identify safety procedures and guidelines required for
getting access to work location

Unit assessment requirements/evidence requirements: List company safety instructions


and code of conduct in workplace./PS, QA and RPL

Unit: 05 – Determine and set requirement for safe access to safe work location
Learning Criteria Evidence type Evidence
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LO1 1.1 Assist in carrying
making assessment of
accurate equipment,
assessment of machines and
the safety components to be
requirement worked on
for the
intended 1.2 Identify safe assess
access provision for the
personnel carrying
out the work
1.3 Assist in carrying out
the control of
movement and
activities of other
people around the
work location.
LO2
Identify 2.1 Describe procedure
procedure and for getting access to
guidelines work location.
required 2.2 Identify procedure
and guidelines for
code of conduct in
workplace.
2.3 List company safety
instructions
LO3
Use the 3.1 Verbal (eg. Through
following discussion with
communication colleagues or third
media. party)
3.2 Physical( eg. Barriers
or locks)
3.3 Pictorial ( eg notice
and signs)
LO4
Carryout all the 4.1 participants
reporting lines
4.2 People in vicinity
and procedure
to the 4.3 team
following
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Unit: 06 – Diagnose fault in distribution and transmission substation equipment

Unit reference number: EPS – SP – 006 – L1

QCF Level: Level 1

Credit value: 3

Guided Learning Hours: 30

Unit purpose: Learner to identify distribution and transmission substation components.

Unit assessment requirements/evidence requirements: Transformers, Breakers, CTs VTs,


Isolators, conductors, Reactors, etc/ OBS, QA and ASS
Unit: 06 – Diagnose fault in distribution and transmission substation equipment

Learning Criteria Evidence type Evidence


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LO1 1.1 Identify distribution
Identify the transformers, feeder
distribution pillar, dropout fuse,
and lightning arrester,
transmission up riser and
substations cartridge fuse.
equipment 1.2 Identify transmission
power transformer,
CB, CT, VT, bus bar,
isolator and relays

LO2
Recognise the 2.1 gas detection
use of the equipment
following tools 2.2 Protection test sets
and equipment (primary and
in fault secondary injection).
diagnostic 2.3 Multi meter
protocols
2.4
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Unit: 07 Conduct specified testing of distribution and transmission substation equipment

Unit reference number: EPS – SP – 007 – L1

QCF Level: level 1

Credit value: 3

Guided Learning Hours: 30

Unit purpose: Learner to able to explain continuity, polarity and battery condition test
procedures.
.

Unit assessment requirements/evidence requirements: Multi-meter and Battery/OBS, QA


and WT
Unit: 07 Conduct specified testing of distribution and transmission substation equipment

Learning Criteria Evidence type Evidence


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LO1 1.1 Identify tools for
Identify continuity test
appropriate 1.2 Identify tools for
tools for polarity and battery
carrying out condition test.
the required 1.3 Identify portable,
test manual and
automatic test
equipment.
1.4

1.5

LO2
Recognise the 2.1 Describe testing
correct procedure for
procedure to continuity, polarity
carry out the and battery
test condition.
2.2 Distinguish between
routine and
breakdown
maintenance
procedure.
2.3 Recognise the
procedures carried
out on operational
and non-operational
equipment.

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Unit: 08 – Team Work

Unit reference number: EPS – SP – 008 – L1

QCF Level: Level 1

Credit value: 1

Guided Learning Hours: 10

Unit purpose: To enable the learner work in a team effectively.

Unit assessment requirements/evidence requirements: The team within which the


learner works/OBS, WT and QA.

Unit assessment requirements/evidence requirements:


Unit: 08 Team work

Learning Criteria Evidence type Evidence


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LO1 1.1 Identify the need for
Positive developing positive
working working relationship with
relationship colleagues
with 1.2 Recognise the importance
colleagues of relating with other
people in a way that
makes them feel valued
and respected
1.3 Assist team members
when required
1.4 Report to appropriate
personnel when request
for assistance fall outside
area of responsibility
1.5 Communicate information
to colleagues about own
work that might affect
others
LO2
Take 2.1 Recognizes own role and
responsibilities responsibilities within the
within the team
team 2.2 Perform individual task in
line with the team rules
and regulations.
2.3 Participate effectively in
team work.
LO3 3.1 Work in line with
Compliance organizational stand
with policy of 3.2 Use organization code of
organization practice
3.3 Explain organizational
code of conduct
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Unit: 03 – Inspection of Distribution Transformer

Unit reference number: EPS-SO-003-L1

QCF Level: Level 1

Credit value: 1 credit

Guided Learning Hours: 10 hrs

Unit purpose: The unit is to enable the learner in level 1 understands the
basic operation of a transformer, distinguish different ratings
and types of transformer to prepare him well in techniques of
transformer and related equipment inspection

Unit assessment requirements/evidence requirements:

Unit assessment requirements Distribution transformer in a substation

evidence requirements Observation

Witness testimony

Questioning

Unit: 03 – Inspection of Distribution Transformer


Learning Criteria Evidence type Evidence
Outcome reference page
number
LO1 1.1 Explain the
Eequipment in operation of
operational transformer
working 1.2 Identify 33/11KV
condition in distribution
accordance transformer
with standard 1.3 Distinguish different
rating of distribution
transformers
1.4 Observe the
transformer in
operation,
maintaining working
distance
1.5

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