IMCT312 – Industrial Measurement Principles

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Module code
IMCT312
Module title
Industrial Measurement Principles
Prescription
To gain a broad operational and theoretical knowledge of the principles associated with Industrial Measurement
Programmes
  • TE1601
NZQA Level
Level 3
NZQA Credits
15
Delivery method
  • Web-Supported
Learning hours
Directed hours
90
Self directed hours
60
Total learning hours
150
Resources required
Learning Outcomes
1. Demonstrate knowledge of physical principles of instrumentation systems
2. Demonstrate and apply knowledge of electronic configurable instruments and loops used in industry
3. Demonstrate knowledge of measurement processes, standards, and calibration
4. Demonstrate knowledge of signal conditioners, trending recorders, and alarm systems
Content
As specified in the outcomes and the performance criteria for the unit standards listed
Teaching and Learning Strategy
Learning will be by way of structured distance learning, either by hardcopy written material and assessments or by on-line learning and assessment. In addition, structured practical learning will take place where students are given a range of tasks to complete and observations to make from their practical findings.
Students will be encouraged to research some aspects of their theory and practical by way of reference to manufacturers’ instructions and device specification sheets which may be via library/database and/or internet searches.
Assessment Criteria
Achievement of a pass grade in all portfolios.