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NETWORK TRAINING PARTNERSHIP INSTITUTE OF THE MOTOR INDUSTRY ROADSAFE QUALITY ASSURED PROGRAMME

The following subjects were covered:
Learning Outcome. The learner will be able to:

• Explain and identify how to check that delivery vehicle has sufficient fuel, additives and water
• Explain and identify the checks required to ensure the operation of the delivery vehicle instruments and controls are serviceable.

• Checks to include:

o All vehicle systems
o All vehicle instruments, controls, gauges and vehicle systems
o Indications of any electrical or mechanical problems
o The air tanks are sufficiently charged (If applicable)

• Explain and identify the organisational procedures for reporting defects including information on previously reported problems with
the vehicle including the articulated or draw bar vehicle

• Explain and identify how to obtain information on previously reported faults and whom is responsible for releasing the vehicle.
• Explain and identify the appropriate action to take, in order to deal with previously reported faults.
• Recall the responsibilities of the Banksman
• Evaluate the necessity to understand the various blind spots associated with vehicle types
• Explain and identify the requirement for Safe Systems of Work to be adhered to
• Explain and identify the responsibilities of the driver for the vehicle and the load
• Recall the legal responsibilities of the driver to ensure the safe loading and unloading of the vehicle
• Evaluate the principles of safe loading and understanding GVW
• Analyse the effects of overloading and the security of loads
• Explain the principles of safe unloading

Practical Session

Learning Outcome.

The learner will be able to:

• Demonstrate the methodical and systematic approach to conducting a daily vehicle check
• Demonstrate the safe loading and unloading of a vehicle with a load specific to the user
• Demonstrate the methodical and systematic approach to conducting a daily vehicle check
• Demonstrate the signals to be used by a Banksman when remotely controlling a vehicle
• Demonstrate the safe loading and unloading of the vehicle
• Demonstrate the use of the appropriate load restraints
• Demonstrate the safe loading of a wheelchair user

Method of Assessment

The triangulation method of assessment was used throughout the duration of the course. A minimum of 3 types of assessment
methods are used.

Formative Assessment

Q&A. Open and closed question techniques were used throughout the course.
Written Tasks. Learners were required to complete written tasks to develop a deeper understanding of the course content.
Self-­‐Reflection. Upon completion, learners were required to write 100 words reflecting on the course up
to that point.

Summative Assessment

Multi-­‐choice Assessment with one written question
Practical Assessment
Observation