Basic skills are integrated into the competence aims for this course in areas where they contribute to the development of and are part of the subject competence. In Production electronics, basic skills are understood as follows:
Being able to express oneself orally and in writing in Production electronics involves communicating clearly and precisely with customers, colleagues and professionals from other trades. Professional discussions about safety and the choice of solutions, planning, guidance, user training and documentation of work that was done are some examples of working situations that require good language skills. This involves developing a precise language and good communication skills so that misunderstandings and dangerous situations can be avoided while current quality requirements are upheld.
Being able to read in Production electronics involves understanding different expository texts in Norwegian and English that ensure work is always done in line with current standards, suggestions and the needs of customers. These texts may include installation or assembly instructions, rules, standards, work descriptions, data sheets and Environment, Health and Safety procedures. This also involves developing an understanding of texts related to service manuals as a basis for preventive maintenance and systematic troubleshooting.
Numeracy in Production electronics involves performing calculations during planning, setting up time use and price estimates, calculating expected measurement values, evaluating measurement results and understanding electrical systems and in connection with systematic troubleshooting.
Digital and computer literacy in Production electronics involves searching for information and production of technical documents for systems and devices. Digital tools are also used for programming, configuring, measuring, logging and troubleshooting.
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