Examples of connections


Competence aims after energy and management systems

  • plan, execute, assess and document work assignments related to energy control systems, individually and in cooperation with others and ground their choices
  • programme and put into operation systems to control rotational direction and engine speed, explain the principal behaviour of motor control systems, and discuss power loss
  • assemble, programme and put into operation a demand-driven system for lighting, heating and various power outlets, and discuss energy saving in relation to the chosen control system
  • use the correct hand tools and machines to produce metal parts and other materials based on blueprints
  • assemble and put into operation a small system for producing and storing renewable energy, including rectifiers and inverters, and explain the conversion of DC voltage into AC voltage
  • assemble and put into operation control systems that use movement, pressure and temperature measurements as input data
  • assemble a small distribution system with the associated earthing system and describe the principal construction of TN, IT and TT networks
  • choose suitable leads, cables and guards, calculate and assess voltage drops, and document protection against overloading and electric shocks
  • identify the components in an air handling and heat pump system, explain how the main components work and measure CO2 and temperature
  • carry out risk assessments and work in compliance with electrical safety routines, machine safety routines, and health, safety and environment routines
  • carry out lifesaving first aid
  • use documentation and appropriate instruments to troubleshoot electrical installations
  • work professionally on energy control systems in accordance with regulations, assembly and installation instructions, and use appropriate hand tools and machines
  • calculate electricity, voltage, resistance, impedance and power in DC voltage and AC voltage circuits, and use appropriate instruments to measure and assess the measured result against the expected result
  • explain various types of production, storage and transmission of electric power and reflect on and discuss the potential impact of these on climate and environment
  • explain and assess how social partners cooperate to develop a better workplace
  • use and handle materials and equipment in energy control systems in a responsible and sustainable manner in accordance with applicable internal control systems

Formative assessment

Assessment of coursework