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Learning Outcome #1
 INTRODUCTION
 What is CSS?
 What are the differences of CHS NCII and CSS NCII?

 ASSEMBLE COMPUTER SYSTEM


 OHS Policies and Procedures
 Tools, Equipment and Testing Devices
 Computer Hardware
 Operating System
 Intallation Procedures
 Peripherals and Devices
 Application and Program Software
 Stress Test
Assessment Method:
 Hands-on
 Direct Observation
 Practical Demonstration
 Oral Qustioning
 Written Test
What is CSS NCII?
 Computer Systems Servicing
(CSS NCII) is the upgraded
version of what is then called
Computer Hardware Servicing
(CHS NCII) qualification. During
the late CHS, the qualification
was said to be of the NCII level,
meaning that in a ranking basis,
it is the baseline level.
What is CSS NCII?
 Some competencies have the
NCII, NCIII and NCIV levels. CHS
was given an NCII level
because, well, for a fact, it was
not that difficult to pass, but still,
many students and/or even
professionals fail.

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What is CSS NCII?
 When TESDA decided to
upgrade the CHS competency,
they forgot or maybe they have
just decided not to adjust its
ranking level. Most IT
professionals would certainly
agree that the CSS competency
deserves to be of the NCIV level.
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What are the differences between
CHS NCII and CSS NCII?
 The old CHS competency covered just
two (2) modules and you are only
expected to perform a couple of
tasks to pass the actual examination.
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What are the differences between
CHS NCII and CSS NCII?

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A planned system of working to prevent
illness and injury where you work by
recognizing and identifying hazards and
risks.
 Health and safety procedure is the
responsibility of all persons in the computer
and technology industries.
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND
HEALTH POLICY AND PROCEDURE

 You must identify the hazards where you


are working and decide how dangerous
they are. Eliminate the hazard or modify
the risk that it presents.
1.) Do not work alone so that there’s someone who
can take care of you in case of emergency

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2.) Always power off the computer and
unplug the computer before working on it.

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3.) Take away any liquid near your working area
to avoid getting electrocuted or accidentally
damaging computer parts.

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4.) Be careful with tools that may cause short
circuit.

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5.) Always ground or discharge yourself before
touching any part of the computer.
6.) Do not use excessive force if things don't
quite slip into place.

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7.) Clean the area before and after using it to
maintain sanitation and prevent accidents.

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8.) Hold the components on the edges and do
not touch the Integrated Circuit (IC) parts.

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9.) Always wear personal protective equipments
(PPE) in accordance with the organization's
OHS procedures and practices.

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10.) Make sure that the pins are properly aligned
when connecting a cable connector.

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11.) Contingency measures during workplace
accidents, fire and other emergencies are
recognized.

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12.) Use brush, compressed air or blower in
cleaning the computer system.

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