ERIC Number: ED313585
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1989-Sep
Reference Count: N/A
Cutter-Skidder Operator. Competency-Based Training Standards = Conducteur de Debusqueuse-Abatteur d'Arbes. Normes de formation professionnelle basees sur les aptitudes.
Ontario Ministry of Skills Development, Toronto.
This bilingual document contains standards that are based on industry-specific skills identified by labor and management representatives of the forest products industry, successful achievement of which results in issuance of a cutter operator, skidder operator, or cutter-skidder operator Canadian certificate of qualification. With French on all left-hand pages and English on all right-hand pages, the document begins with forms on which to collect student employment data. An introduction describes the standards as consisting of the following elements: (1) competencies that make up the cutter-skidder operator skilled occupation and that are necessary for safe, efficient, and productive job performance; (2) general performance objectives that summarize the related skills of the cutter-skidder operator skilled occupation in behavioral terms and state the conditions and required performance criteria; and (3) specific performance objectives that describe the individual occupational skills and state the detailed conditions and required performance criteria. The next section states the intended audience for the document and lists the nine units of standards it contains. The units are called Protect Self and Others; Work in Safe Environment; Plan, Organize, and Prepare Job Site; Maintain Chainsaw and Related Felling Equipment; Fell Trees; Limb and Top Trees; Buck Logs; Maintain Skidding Equipment; and Groom Site, Prepare, Pick Up or Drop Loads. The standards follow, with spaces beside each for documenting the student's accomplishment of each. The document concludes with a competency chart that is a matrix of areas of competencies and the skills that compose them. (CML)
Publication Type: Multilingual/Bilingual Materials; Guides - Classroom - Learner
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Ontario Ministry of Skills Development, Toronto.
Identifiers - Location: Canada