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Evidence Plan

Competency SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING NC II


standard:
Unit of Weld Carbon Steel Plates and Pipes
competency:
Ways in which evidence will be collected:
[tick the column]

Third party Report


Oral Questioning
Demonstration

Portfolio

Written
The evidence must show that the trainee…
 Root penetration does not exceeds
allowable tolerances specified by welding / / /
codes/ standards.
 Performs root pass in accordance with / / /
WPS and/or client specifications.
 Checks visually weld for defects and
repaired, as required in accordance with / / /
acceptable & applicable codes and
standards
 Clean root pass and free from defects and
discontinuities in accordance with / / /
approved WPS
 Performs subsequent/filling in accordance / / /
with the approved WPS
 Welds capping/ final pass do not exceeds
allowable tolerances specified by welding / / /
codes/ standards.

Prepared by: MARLOU L. BUENAFLOR Date:


Checked by: Date:
QUESTIONING TOOL with ACCEPTABLE ANSWER
Satisfactory
Questions to probe the candidate’s underpinning knowledge response
Yes No
Extension/Reflection Questions
1. How do you work in Welding Carbon Steel Plates using
SMAW?
2. How will you determine the good penetration of root pass in
welding?
Safety Questions
1. Why do you need to apply safety practices in welding?
2. How will you apply the basic safety welding practices?
Contingency Questions
1. What would be the first thing to do if there is risk in welding?
2. What will you do if your eyes speck from dust particles of
metal?
Infrequent Events
1. How do you set up the current setting of welding?

2. What will you do if there is no output current in welding?


Rules and Regulations
1. How do you manage your time?
2. Why common combustibles such as wood, cloth, paper,
rubber and plastic should be kept away from workshop area?
The candidate’s underpinning knowledge   Not
was: Satisfactory Satisfactory
Feedback to candidate
General comments [Strengths / Improvements needed]
The trainee shows mastery in welding and despite problems during the
demonstration, he still manage the procedure and produce good quality with help of
WPS and PPE for safeness.

Candidate signature: MARLOU L. BUENAFLOR Date:

Assessor signature: Date:


ACCEPTABLE ANSWER
Extension/Reflection Questions
1. How do you work in Welding Carbon Steel Plates using SMAW?
Ans. Check the materials that you are going to use and the electrode as well
for the root pass process before performing root pass.
2. How will you determine the good penetration of root pass in
welding?
Ans. Through Visual checking the steel plates if the penetration thoroughly
done.
Safety Questions
1. Why do you need to apply safety practices in welding?
Ans. Welding is one of the dangerous job and in order to be safe during
welding it is better to know the safety practices to keep away from possible
risk.
2. How will you apply the basic safety welding practices?
Ans. by following the Safety Procedure of Welding, wear Personal Protective
Equipment throughout the work.
Contingency Questions
1. What would be the first thing to do if there is fire risk in welding?
Ans. Used a fire watch to stop fire risk extinguisher if available in workshop
or turn off the safety breaker
2. What will you do if your eyes speck from dust particles of metal?
Ans. Put you eyes into wash basin with water; let your eyes wink until it will
remove & if symptoms persist consult the doctor.
Infrequent Events
1. How do you set up the current setting of welding?
Ans. First switch on the safety breaker then preheat the AC-DC Welding
Machine then see the electrode number including specific current setting as
indicated.
2. What will you do if there is no output current in welding?
Ans. Check the safety breaker if it is on or off, then if there electricity check
the welding machine if it connected then plug in, preheat the machine
before you use.
Rules and Regulations
1. How do you manage your time?
Ans. I made a list on the things that I need to accomplish on a specific time
duration to avoid succession of work.
2. Why common combustibles such as wood, cloth, paper, rubber and
plastic should be kept away from workshop area?
Ans. Combustibles substances easily ignite once it is exposed to heat and it
can cause fire.
TABLE OF SPECIFICATION
Objectives/Cont
ent area/Topics

Comprehension

# Items/% of
Application
Knowledge

Synthesis

test
1.1 Essentials
of welding 10%
5% 5%
4
2 2
1.2 Practice of
PPE 10%
5% 5%
4
2 2
1.3
International 10%
5% 5%
Welding Codes
and Standards 4
2 2
1.4 Welding
Procedure 10%
5% 5%
Specification
4
2 2
1.5
Occupational 10%
5% 5%
Safety and
Health 4
2 2
Administration

1.6 Perform
Root Pass 10%
5% 5%
4
2 2
1.7 Weld
defect, causes, 10%
5% 5%
and remedies
4
2 2
TOTAL 100%
(40) Items
DEMONSTRATION
Candidate Name: MARLOU L. BUENAFLOR
Assessor Name:
Qualification:
Unit of Competency:
Date of assessment:.
Time Assessment:
Instructions for demonstration
Given the necessary materials, tools and equipment, the candidate must be
able to Weld Carbon Steel Plates in different positions such as 1G, 2G, 3G,
and 4G within 11 hours.
Materials and Equipment:
Chipping hammer,
Steel brush,
Ballpeen hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding helmet,
Leather apron/jacket,
Leather gloves,
Safety goggles,
Arc welding machine and accessories,
Welding positioner,
Bench vise,
electrode
Portable disc grinder
OBSERVATION To show if evidence is
demonstrated
During the demonstration of skills, did Yes No N/A
the candidate:
1. Perform task using the essentials of   
welding
2. Follow the safety practices with the use   
of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE’s)
3. Perform task in accordance with the   
international welding codes and standards
4. Perform root pass in accordance with   
WPS and/or client specifications.
4. Perform root pass with the application   
of 5 Essentials in welding and WPS.
3. Check visually welds for defects and   
repaired, as required in accordance with
acceptable and applicable codes and
standards.

The candidate’s demonstration:

 Satisfactory
 Not Satisfactory
QUESTIONAIRE
Name:______________________________________ Score:_______________
Y.r & Section:_____________________________ Date:________________
I-KNOWLEDGE (Multiple Choice)
DIRECTION: Encircle the letter of the correct answer.

1. What is the correct of angle of electrode?


A. 30-50
B. 60-70
C. 70-80
D. 100-120
2. What is the distance from the tip of the electrode core wire to the
weld puddle?
A. Length of Arc
B. Speed of Travel
C. Angle of Electrode
D. Current Setting
3. This is measured in amperes or amps.
A. Length of Arc
B. Speed of Travel
C. Angle of Electrode
D. Current Setting
4. This refers to the movement of the welder's hand as he or she guides
the electrode along the joint.
A. Manipulation of Electrode
B. Speed of Travel
C. Angle of Electrode
D. Current Setting
5. This is the rate at which the electrode moves along the work.
A. Manipulation of Electrode
B. Speed of Travel
C. Angle of Electrode
D. Current Setting
6. This is the work angle varies between 30 to 50 degrees.
A. Manipulation of Electrode
B. Speed of Travel
C. Angle of Electrode
D. Current Setting
7. The secondary source of information that contains minimum
requirements for the design of specific welded connections.
A. Design
B. Qualification
C. Fabrication
D. Inspection
8. Address the welding inspector’s qualification requirements relating
to procedures for nondestructive testing.
A. Design
B. Qualification
C. Fabrication
D. Inspection
9. Provide information associated with the fabrication methods and/or
workmanship standards.
A. Design
B. Qualification
C. Fabrication
D. Inspection
10. The outline the requirements for testing of welding procedure
specifications (WPS) and those requirements for qualification of welding
personnel.
A. Design
B. Qualification
C. Fabrication
D. Inspection
11. The metal that is to be welded or cut. It is commonly referred to as
the work piece.
A. Base Metal
B. Butt Weld
C. Cover Pass
D. Inspection
12. A fillet weld is the joining of two work pieces with triangular cross-
sections at approximately 90 degrees.
A. Base Metal
B. Butt Weld
C. Cover Pass
D. Fillet weld
13. Refers to a V- or U-shaped groove created by the beveling of the
work piece edges that will be joined.
A. Base Metal
B. Butt Weld
C. Weld Groove
D. Fillet weld
14. The is the portion of the base metal that is melted during the
welding process.
A. Base Metal
B. Butt Weld
C. Weld Pass
D. Weld Metal
15. This is a single progression of welding along the joint. After a
complete pass, it is referred to as a weld bead.
A. Base Metal
B. Butt Weld
C. Weld Pass
D. Weld Metal
II-Comprehension:
Select the best answer and write only the letter

___16.What is reference line?


A. used to designate the type of weld, weld location, size of the weld, extent
of the weld, contour of the weld, and many other pieces of vital information.
B. All welded joint symbols have an arrow and other side, which is opposite
the arrow side and used to indicate the location of the weld with respect to
the joint.
C. as opposed to welding symbols, indicate the desired type of weld.
D. This information provides the details regarding the size of the weld and
any other data needed to find the proper weld size.
___17. What is the Dimensions and Other Data?
A. used to designate the type of weld, weld location, size of the weld, extent
of the weld, contour of the weld, and many other pieces of vital information.
B. All welded joint symbols have an arrow and other side, which is opposite
the arrow side and used to indicate the location of the weld with respect to
the joint.
C. as opposed to welding symbols, indicate the desired type of weld.
D. This information provides the details regarding the size of the weld and
any other data needed to find the proper weld size.
___18 What is Arrow and Other Side?
A. used to designate the type of weld, weld location, size of the weld, extent
of the weld, contour of the weld, and many other pieces of vital information.
B. All welded joint symbols have an arrow and other side, which is opposite
the arrow side and used to indicate the location of the weld with respect to
the joint.
C. as opposed to welding symbols, indicate the desired type of weld.
D. This information provides the details regarding the size of the weld and
any other data needed to find the proper weld size.
__19. What is symbols in welding?
A. used to designate the type of weld, weld location, size of the weld, extent
of the weld, contour of the weld, and many other pieces of vital information.
B. All welded joint symbols have an arrow and other side, which is opposite
the arrow side and used to indicate the location of the weld with respect to
the joint.
C. as opposed to welding symbols, indicate the desired type of weld.
D. This information provides the details regarding the size of the weld and
any other data needed to find the proper weld size.
__20. What is Supplementary sysmbols?
A. Give information on whether the weld is a “weld all around” or a “field
weld.”
B. Dictates how the weld should be shaped or ground after the completion of
the weld.
C. the symbol is used to designate the process by which the metals will be
welded.
D. This information provides the details regarding the size of the weld and
any other data needed to find the proper weld size.
__21. What is Finish Symbols?
A. Give information on whether the weld is a “weld all around” or a “field
weld.”
B. Dictates how the weld should be shaped or ground after the completion of
the weld.
C. the symbol is used to designate the process by which the metals will be
welded.
D. This information provides the details regarding the size of the weld and
any other data needed to find the proper weld size.
__22. What is Tail?
A. Give information on whether the weld is a “weld all around” or a “field
weld.”
B. Dictates how the weld should be shaped or ground after the completion of
the weld.
C. the symbol is used to designate the process by which the metals will be
welded.
D. This information provides the details regarding the size of the weld and
any other data needed to find the proper weld size.
__23. What is Flat Position?
A. it is named as 1F (1 means the flat position and F means the fillet weld)
and for Groove weld it is named as 1G
B. It is named as 2G for groove weld( 2 stands for horizontal and G stands
for groove weld) and 2F for fillet.
C. Positions are named as 3F ( 3 for Vertical and F for fillet welds) and 3G ( 3
refers as vertical position and G for Groove weld)
D. It is named as 4G ( 4 means overhead and G for groove weld
And 4F (4 means overhead and F represents Fillet weld).
__24. What is Overhead position?
A. it is named as 1F (1 means the flat position and F means the fillet weld)
and for Groove weld it is named as 1G
B. It is named as 2G for groove weld( 2 stands for horizontal and G stands
for groove weld) and 2F for fillet.
C. Positions are named as 3F ( 3 for Vertical and F for fillet welds) and 3G ( 3
refers as vertical position and G for Groove weld)
D. It is named as 4G ( 4 means overhead and G for groove weld
And 4F (4 means overhead and F represents Fillet weld).
__25. What is Vertical Position?
A. it is named as 1F (1 means the flat position and F means the fillet weld)
and for Groove weld it is named as 1G
B. It is named as 2G for groove weld( 2 stands for horizontal and G stands
for groove weld) and 2F for fillet.
C. Positions are named as 3F ( 3 for Vertical and F for fillet welds) and 3G ( 3
refers as vertical position and G for Groove weld)
D. It is named as 4G ( 4 means overhead and G for groove weld
And 4F (4 means overhead and F represents Fillet weld).
__26.
TRAINEES MATRIX PLAN for CSS NC II
TRAINING ACTIVITY TRAINEES FACILITIES/TOO WORK STATION DATE REMARKS
LS & EQUIPMENT AND
TIME

LO 1: PERFORM ROOT PASS


Information Sheet 1.1-1 Trainee # 2  Handouts  Learning Resource January Ready for
(CBLM) Area 18, 2018 Institutional
Trainee # 4
8:00 a.m- Assessment
Trainee # 7
5:00 p.m
Trainee # 10
Trainee # 5
Information Sheet 1.1-2  LCD laptop
Speaker  Learning Resource January Ready for
Trainee # 1 Area 19, 2018 Institutional
 Welding
Trainee # 3 Helmet 8:00 a.m- Assessment
Trainee # 6  Welding Suit 12:00
 Welding Shoes p.m
Trainee # 8  Welding
Trainee # 9 Gloves

Information Sheet 1.1-3 Trainee # 12 Ready for


LCD laptop  Learning Resource
January Institutional
Trainee # 13 speaker Area
19, 2018 Assessment
Trainee # 14 1:00 a.m-
Trainee # 15 5:00 p.m
Trainee # 11
Information Sheet 1.1-4 Trainee # 24 LCD laptop January Ready for
speaker 20, 2018 Institutional
Trainee # 23  Learning Resource
Area 8:00 a.m- Assessment
Trainee # 22
12:00
Trainee # 21 p.m
Trainee # 20

Information Sheet 1.1-5 Trainee # 15 LCD laptop  Learning Resource January Ready for
speaker Area 20, 2018 Institutional
Trainee # 19
1:00 a.m- Assessment
Trainee # 18
5:00 p.m
Trainee # 17
Trainee # 16

Perform Task 1.1-6 Trainee # 1  Task Sheet  Practical Work January Ready for
 Performance Area 21-25, Institutional
Trainee # 3
Criteria 2019 Assessment
Trainee # 6 Checklist 1:00 a.m-
Trainee # 8  PPE’s 5:00 p.m
 Welding Tools
Trainee # 9
and Equipment

L.O 2: CLEAN ROOT PASS


Perform Task 1.2-1 Trainee # 1  Task Sheet  Practical Work January Ready for
 Performance Area 26, 2019 Institutional
Trainee # 2
Criteria
Trainee # 3 Checklist 8:00 a.m- Assessment
Trainee # 4  PPE’s 5:00 p.m
 Welding Tools
Trainee # 5 and Equipment
Trainee # 6
Trainee # 7
Trainee # 8
Trainee # 9
Trainee # 10
Trainee # 11
Trainee # 12
Trainee # 13
Trainee # 14
Trainee # 15

L.O 3: WELD SUBSEQUENT/ FILLING PASSES


Perform Task 1.3-1 Trainee # 16  Task Sheet  Practical Work February Ready for
 Performance Area 2, 2019 Institutional
Trainee # 17
Criteria 8:00 a.m- Assessment
Trainee # 18 Checklist 5:00 p.m
Trainee # 19  PPE’s
 Welding Tools
Trainee # 20
and Equipment
Trainee # 21 
Trainee # 22
Trainee # 23
Trainee # 24
Trainee # 25
Trainee # 3
L.O 4: PERFORM CAPPING
Perform Task 1.4-1 Trainee # 6  Task Sheet  Practical Work February Ready for
 Performance Area 9, 2019 Institutional
Trainee # 7
Criteria 8:00 a.m- Assessment
Trainee # 8 Checklist 5:00 p.m
Trainee # 9  PPE’s
 Welding Tools
Trainee # 10
and Equipment
Trainee # 11
Trainee # 12
Trainee # 13

Prepared by:

MARLOU L. BUENAFLOR
SMAW Facilitator
No.

7.
6.
5.
4.
3.
2.
1.

Clark
Name of Trainees

Geraldino,
Amesola, Bryan
Doquila, Daniel S.
Corminal, Jorge R.
Roluna, Reymart R.

Jubasan, Sonny Boy


Japay, Daybe Gazelle

Arjun
1. Perform root pass in
accordance with WPS








and/or client
specifications.
2. Perform task in
accordance with company







 or industry requirement
and safety procedure.

3. Check Weld visually


for defects and repaired,







as required

4. Accept weld visually in


accordance with
PROGRESS CHART








CORE COMPETENCY
DURATION: 120 HRS.

applicable codes and


standards
San Francisco, Surigao del Norte

5. 2 Clean Root Pass


In accordance with the







SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING NC II

approved WPS
SAN FRANCISCO NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

6. Perform subsequent/
filling passes in






accordance with
approved WPS
7. Perform capping in
accordance with WPS






and/or client
specifications

REMARKS
Completed
Completed
Completed
Completed
Completed
Completed
Completed
8. Caberte, Apolinario        Completed
9. Arayan, Reymond        Completed
10. Dejan, Jun Mark        Completed
11. Banacia, Alwen        Completed
12 Diaz, Arnold        Completed
13 Sison, Jefferson        Completed
14 Plaza, Cristian        Completed
15 Amparo, Joshua        Completed
16 Cabusao, Nelson        Completed
17 Calva, Lyndon        Completed
18 Orillo, Aiza        Completed
19 Banacia, Jeffrey        Completed
20 Toca, Rengel        Completed
21 Brenio, Kim        Completed
22 Jubasan, Raymond        Completed
23 Silvosa, Primo        Completed
24 Fulguirenas, Khent        Completed
25 Retorta, Reynante        Completed
Prepared by:

MARLOU L. BUENAFLOR
SMAW NC II TRAINER
No.

Bryan
Gazelle
Name of Trainees

2. Roluna,
Jorge R.

3. Doquila,

5. Amesola,
Daniel S.
1. Corminal,

Reymart R.

4. Japay, Daybe
L.O 1. PERFORM ROOT
PASS






1. 1-1 Information Sheet
1.1-1 Self-check
1.1-6 Performance sheet
1.1-6 Job Sheet
L.O 2 CLEAN ROOT PASS
1.2-1 Information Sheet
1.2.1 Self Check
1.2-2 Performance Sheet

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1.2-2 Job Sheet





L.O 3 PERFORM
SUBSEQUENT/ FILLING





PASSES
1.3-1 Information Sheet
PROGRESS CHART






CORE COMPETENCY
DURATION: 120 HRS.

 1.3.1 Self Check





1.3-2 Performance Sheet


San Francisco, Surigao del Norte





1.3-2 Job Sheet


SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING NC II






SAN FRANCISCO NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

L.O 4 PERFORM
CAPPING




1.4-1 Information Sheet






1.4.1 Self Check






1.4-2 Performance Sheet






1.4-2 Job Sheet

REMARKS
Completed
Completed
Completed
Completed
 Completed
6. Jubasan,                    Completed
Sonny Boy
7. Geraldino,                    Completed
Arjun Clark
8. Caberte,                    Completed
Apolinario
9. Arayan,                    Completed
Reymond
1 Dejan, Jun                    Completed
0. Mark
1 Banacia,                    Completed
1. Alwen
1 Diaz, Arnold                    Completed
2
1 Sison,                    Completed
3 Jefferson
1 Plaza, Cristian                    Completed
4
1 Amparo,                    Completed
5 Joshua
1 Cabusao,                    Completed
6 Nelson
1 Calva, Lyndon                    Completed
7
1 Orillo, Aiza                    Completed
8
1 Banacia,                    Completed
9 Jeffrey
2 Toca, Rengel                    Completed
0
2 Brenio, Kim                    Completed
1
2 Jubasan,                    Completed
2 Raymond
2 Silvosa, Primo                    Completed
3
2 Fulguirenas,                    Completed
4 Khent
2 Retorta,                    Completed
5 Reynante

Prepared by:

MARLOU L. BUENAFLOR
SMAW NC II TRAINER
SELF ASSESSMENT GUIDE
Program / Course: SMAW NC II
Unit Competency: WELD CARBON STEEL PLATES
Instruction:
 Read each of the questions in the left hand column of the Chart.
 Place a tick in the appropriate box opposite question to indicate
your answer.
Can I? YES NO
1. Perform root pass in accordance with WPS and/ or /
client specifications.
2. Perform task in accordance with company or industry /
requirement and safety procedure.
3. Check visually welds for defects and repaired, as /
required in accordance with the acceptable & applicable
codes and standards.
4. Clean root pass and free from defects and /
discontinuities in accordance with approved WPS.
5. Perform passes subsequent/ filling in accordance /
with approved WPS
6. Perform capping in accordance with Welding /
Procedure Specification (WPS) and/ or client
specifications which is visually checked for defects and
repaired, as required
Candidate Name: MARLOU L. BUENAFLOR Date: