Free Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems Course (6months)

Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems:

 Brief Job Description of Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems: Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems is responsible for designing and testing propulsion systems for aerospace applications.

Personal Attributes: The individual should have analytical ability, attention to detail and systematic thought process. He should have good communication and interpersonal skills and should be able to work as part of a team.

Create documents for knowledge sharing:

Performance Criteria

PC1. establish with appropriate people the purpose, scope, formats and target

audience for the documents

PC2. access existing documents, language standards, templates and

documentation tools from your organization’s knowledge base

PC3. liaise with appropriate people to obtain and verify the information required

for the documents of Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems

PC4. confirm the content and structure of the documents with appropriate people

PC5. create documents using standard templates and agreed language standards

PC6. review documents with appropriate people and incorporate their inputs

PC7. submit documents for approval by appropriate people

PC8. publish documents in agreed formats

PC9. update your organization’s knowledge base with the documents

PC10. comply with your organization’s policies, procedures and guidelines when

creating documents for knowledge sharing

Knowledge and Understanding

Organisational

Context of Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems:

KA1. your organization’s policies, procedures and guidelines for creating documents for knowledge sharing

KA2. the purpose and scope of the work to be carried out and the importance of keeping within these boundaries

KA3. who to involve when developing documents and their roles and

responsibilities of Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems.

KA4. intended audiences for documents

KA5. your organization’s knowledge base and how to access and update this

KA6. the importance of verifying information obtained for documents and how to

do this in Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems.

KA7. the importance of reviewing documents with others

KA8. how to use feedback to improve documents of Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems.

KA9. your organization’s processes and procedures for approving and publishing

documents

KA10. methods and techniques used when working with others

KA11. tools, templates and language standards available and how to use these

KA12. the work element for documents created in Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems.

KA13. how to convert the work element into meaningful documents by proper

abstraction and categories suited to standard templates

Technical

Knowledge of Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems:

KB1. the purpose and scope of the work to be carried out and the importance of

keeping within these boundaries

KB2. sources of information and reference materials for creating documents

KB3. different styles used in documents, including:

 your organization’s house style

 types and styles of documents

 templates

KB4. different ways of structuring documents and how to select the best structure

for the agreed content

KB5. how to check and make corrections to documents for common editorial

problems and errors, including:

 deviations

 factual accuracies

 linguistic mistakes

 discrepancies

 errors

 ambiguities in content

 formatting

KB6. the importance of obtaining approval for documents and who to obtain this from

KB7. change management procedures, including version control and approvals

KB8. how to use document preparation tools including Word, Visio, PowerPoint,

Excel

Core Skills/ Generic Skills of Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems:

Writing Skills
You need to know and understand how to: SA1. complete accurate well written work with attention to detail SA2. communicate with others in writing  
Reading Skills
You need to know and understand how to: SA3. follow guidelines, procedures, rules and service level agreements  
Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking skills)
You need to know and understand how to: SA4. listen effectively and orally communicate information accurately SA5. ask for clarification and advice from others  

Professional Skills of Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems:

Decision Making
You need to know and understand how to: SB1. identify anomalies in data SB2. make a decision on a suitable course of action SB3. time management SB4. multi-tasking  
Plan and Organise
You need to know and understand how to: SB5. plan and organize your work to achieve targets and deadlines SB6. manage your time effectively SB7. handle multiple tasks concurrently in Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems.  
Customer Centricity
You need to know and understand how to: SB8. check that your own and/or your peers’ work meets customer requirements SB9. work effectively in a customer facing environment SB10. build and maintain positive and effective relationships with customers  
Problem Solving:

You need to know and understand how to:
SB11. seek clarification on problems from others
SB12. apply problem-solving approaches in different situations
SB13. refer anomalies to the line manager
 
Analytical Skills
You need to know and understand how to:
SB14. analyze data and activities
SB15. configure data and disseminate relevant information to others
SB16. pass on relevant information to others
 
Critical Thinking Skills
You need to know and understand how to:
SB17. provide opinions on work in a detailed and constructive way
SB18. apply balanced judgments to different situations
 
Attention to Detail
You need to know and understand how to:
SB19. check your work is complete and free from errors
SB20. get your work checked by others
 
Team Working
You need to know and understand how to:
SB21. work independently and collaboratively
SB22. work effectively in a team environment
SB23. contribute to the quality of team working
 
 
 
Technical Skills
 
SC1. use information technology effectively to input and/or extract data accurately
SC2. identify and refer anomalies in data
SC3. store and retrieve information
SC4. keep data secure
SC5. agree objectives and work requirements
SC6. use coding standards
SC7. keep up to date with changes, procedures and practices in your role
 






Design and develop propulsion systems

Performance Criteria of Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems:
 
Design and develop propulsion train
 
PC1. review customer requirements
PC2. conceptualise preliminary & detail design, qualify, and document aircraft propulsion components
PC3. develop engine performance design and 3D outline model
PC4. analyse engine characteristics curves and optimise the fuel payload based on specific fuel consumption of engine
PC5. analyse, evaluate, optimise and select other propulsion train equipment such as gearbox, propulsion shaft, propeller, bearings, etc.
PC6. undertake 3D modelling and simulate the propulsion train
PC7. undertake numerical methods for cycle simulation and multi-discipline optimisation
PC8. perform propulsion systems stability analysis for operability including analysis of vibration on foot mounts
PC9. perform dynamic systems modelling using finite element analysis and control integration
PC10. undertake propulsion train functional testing and validation in Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems
PC11. apply steady state and transient thermodynamic principles to a wide range of performance development topics such as product validation, electronic control definition and optimisation, cycle studies, root cause, and performance improvement packages for thrust, fuel burn, and functional enhancements to the engine
PC12. document and maintain the basis for propulsion train selection
PC13. obtain approvals from appropriate design authority
PC14. assist in raising purchase requisitions for the equipment and release manufacturing drawings based on approved design
PC15. conform to configuration management and change control procedures and policies
PC16. conduct/participate in design reviews and customer audits
PC17. co-ordinate within the team and effectively communicate with all levels of the organisation
 
Design and develop hot structures
 
PC18. identify all the stake holders/departments/specialists
PC19. collect hot structure component history, latest lessons learnt, mechanical methods
PC20. collect all necessary loads (including worst cycle temperature), temperature driven material properties
PC21. carry out preliminary risk analysis for Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems
PC22. develop hot structure check lists relevant to the specific design intent.
PC23. carry out the tolerance stack up analysis with assumed data (many times, thermo-mechanical moments/deflections may not be available) to establish the design envelope
PC24. design hot structure components (both Static and rotatives) in Combustion, turbine and exhaust areas of engine
PC25. select appropriate hot structure material such as Titanium Alloys, Inconel, Haynes etc
PC26. do a preliminary validation of the selected concepts for stress, vibration and other design requirements
PC27. make the life prediction for a new part in compliance with statutory standards, such as, EASA, MIL standards etc.
PC28. carry out special assessments such as wear check, seal temperature capability, etc
PC29. release the first version of design scheme for approval across departments complying with PLM requirements
PC30. release final version of design scheme complying with PLM requirements
PC31. liaise with component definition group for final component detailing

Design and develop cold structures of Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems:
 
PC32. identify all the stake holders/departments/specialists
PC33. collect cold structure component history, latest lessons learnt, mechanical methods
PC34. collect all necessary loads (including worst cycle temperature), temperature driven material properties
PC35. carry out preliminary risk analysis in Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems
PC36. develop cold structure check lists relevant to the specific design intent.
PC37. carry out the tolerance stack up analysis with assumed data (many times, thermo-mechanical moments/deflections may not be available) to establish the design envelope for Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems.
PC38. design cold structure components (Both Static and Rotatives) in inlet, Fan, Compressor areas of engine etc
PC39. select appropriate cold structure material such as Aluminum , Titanium Alloys, Carbon Composites etc
PC40. do a preliminary validation of the selected concepts for stress, vibration and other design requirements
PC41. make the life prediction for a new part in compliance with statutory standards, such as, EASA, MIL standards etc.
PC42. liaise with component definition group for final component detailing
 
Design and develop propulsion auxiliary systems
 
PC43. identify all the stake holders/departments/specialists
PC44. collect auxiliary systems history, latest lessons learnt, mechanical methods
PC45. collect all necessary loads (including worst cycle temperature), temperature driven material properties
PC46. carry out preliminary risk analysis in Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems.
PC47. develop auxiliary systems check lists relevant to the specific design intent.
PC48. carry out the tolerance stack up analy sis with assumed data (many times, thermo-mechanical moments/deflections may not be available) to establish the design envelope
PC49. design auxiliary systems such as Mechanical -Jet engine Starter, Gearboxes, Piping , Electrical – FADEC, Wire harness, Control systems etc
PC50. select appropriate material for systems such as Aluminum , Thermo Plastics, composites
PC51. do a preliminary validation of the selected concepts for stress, vibration and other design requirements
PC52. liaise with component definition group for final component detailing
 
Knowledge and Understanding
 
 
Organisational
 
Context of Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems:
KA1. organisation’s objective, vision, diversified segments, products etc
KA2. regulatory compliance with respect to modification and changes
KA3. organisation’s requirement for IP protection
KA4. hazard and risk management as defined by organisation
KA5. compliance requirement for the roles and responsibility
KA6. organisation’s safety and security requirements
 
Technical
Knowledge
KB1. various types of gas-turbine technologies for civil, military and power plant applications
KB2. material and manufacturing technology including composites.
KB3. technology of spooling, variable guide vane’s, surge relief valves, tip clearance control, measurement of critical pressures and temperatures, oil circuitry, fuel circuitry, bearing lubrication, seal technology, balancing air loads, blade leaning etc.
KB4. engine mounting and loads transferred via pylon.
KB5. product Requirement Document (PRD), Sub-system Requirement Document (SSRD) and Component Requirement Document (CRD).
KB6. component interaction and effect on performance.
KB7. tolerance stack up, including thermos-mechanical deflections (difference between hot and cold geometries).
KB8. entire operating profile and critical points therein.
KB9. sources of excitation such as blade pass frequency, pump ripple, rotating unbalance, acoustic excitation, etc.,
KB10. stator rotor interaction, secondary flows, OGV aerodynamics, etc.
KB11. bearing location, loads and lifing philosophy.
 
stress and CFD reports in terms of stress and vibration margin, flow requirements, cooling requirements (example – pre-swirl hole orientation)
KB13. requirements of combustor, such as, swirler design, dilution holes, temperature pattern (radial and circumferential), etc.
KB14. loads on nozzle guide vane and its mechanical location.
KB15. fatigue mechanism and carry out basic fatigue calculations and identify factors that affect the fatigue life.
KB16. Creep, Creep – Low Cycle Fatigue (LCF) interaction and High Cycle Fatigue (HCF)-LCF interaction
KB17. weight, cost and Specific Fuel Consumption (SFC) trade.
KB18. extraordinary loading situations (high energy debris, significant air intake distortion followed by stall and surge, etc.).
KB19. concepts and carry out risk and QFD analyses, optimize the concept for manufacturing and assembly.
KB20. methods to standardize a component, understanding the need for testing or via simulation.
KB21. risk management in Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems.
KB22. method to prepare Design Schemes and complying with PLM requirements.
KB23. method to carry out balancing calculations, both for static and dynamic situations.
KB24. heat treatment and process engineering.
KB25. assembly methods for critical assemblies.
KB26. Design Standardization Report (DSR) with engineering justification.
 
 
Core Skills/ Generic Skills
Writing Skills
You need to know and understand how to:
SA1. complete accurately, a well written report, in the English language detailing situations of emergency with attention to detail
 

Reading Skills
You need to know and understand how to:
SA2. read instructions/guidelines/procedures/rules
 
Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking skills)
You need to know and understand how to:
SA3. listen to and orally communicate information with all concerned
 
 
 
Professional Skills
 
Decision Making
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:
SB1. make decisions on a suitable course of action or response if permitted by the authority matrix
 
Plan and Organise
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:
SB2. monitor efficient functioning of all activities
SB3. plan and organise work to achieve targets and deadlines
 
Customer Centricity
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:
SB4. communicate with customers and other stakeholders in a courteous manner
SB5. maintain cordial work relationship
 
Problem Solving:
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:
SB6. identify trends/common causes for errors and suggest possible solutions to the supervisor/management
SB7. identify and correct errors
 
Analytical Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:
SB8. analyse best possible solutions (cost, time, effort, etc.) suited for operations
 
Critical Thinking Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:
SB9. concentrate on task at hand and complete it without errors
SB10. apply balanced judgments to different situations
 
 
 



Work Effectively in a team
 
 
Support the work team
PC1. display courteous and helpful behaviour at all times
PC2. take opportunities to enhance the level of assistance offered to colleagues
PC3. meet all reasonable requests for assistance within acceptable workplace timeframes
PC4. complete allocated tasks as assigned
PC5. seek assistance when difficulties arise
PC6. use questioning techniques to clarify instructions or responsibilities,
PC7. identify and display a non-discriminatory attitude in all contacts with customers and other staff members
Maintain personal presentation
PC8. observe appropriate dress code and presentation as required by the workplace, job role and level of customer contact
PC9. follow personal hygiene procedures according to organisational policy
Develop effective work habits
PC10. interpret, confirm and act on workplace information, instructions and procedures relevant to the particular task
PC11. interpret, confirm and act on legal requirements with regards to anti-discrimination, sexual harassment and bullying
PC12. ask questions to seek and clarify workplace information
PC13. plan and organise daily work routine within the scope of the job role
PC14. prioritise and complete tasks according to required timeframes
PC15. identify work and personal priorities and achieve a balance between competing priorities
Knowledge and Understanding
 
Organisational Context
KA1. policies and procedures relating to the job role
KA2. the value system of the organisation
KA3. employee rights and obligations
KA4. the reporting hierarchy and escalation matrix
Technical Knowledge
KB1. ask questions to identify and confirm requirements
KB2. follow routine instructions through clear and direct communication
KB3. use language and concepts appropriate to cultural differences
KB4. use and interpret non-verbal communication
KB5. the scope of inform ation or materials required within the parameters of the job role
KB6. consequences of poor team participation on job outcomes
KB7. work health and safety requirements
Core Skills/ Generic Skills
Writing Skills,
On the job the individual needs to be able to: SA1. complete documentation accurately SA2. write simple reports when required
Reading Skills
On the job the individual needs to be able to: SA3. read information accurately
SA4. read and interpret data sheets
Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking skills)
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:
SA5. listen to and orally communicate information with all concerned
 
Professional Skills
Decision Making
On the job the individual needs to be able to:
SB1. make appropriate decisions regarding the responsibilities of the job role
Plan and Organise
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:
SB2. monitor efficient functioning of all activities
SB3. plan and organise work to achieve targets and deadlines
Customer Centricity
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:
SB4. communicate with customers and other stakeholders in a courteous manner
SB5. maintain effective work relationship
Problem Solving
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:
SB6. identify trends/common causes for errors and suggest possible solutions to the supervisor / management
SB7. identify and correct errors
 
Analytical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:
SB8. analyse best possible solutions (cost, time, effort, etc.) suited for operations
Critical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:
SB9. concentrate on task at hand and complete it without errors
SB10. apply balanced judgments to different situations
 
Maintain organisational safety and information security
Performance Criteria
Comprehending the safety and information security procedures
PC1. comply with your organization’s IT policies and procedures for safety of data and information
PC2. adhere to the organisation’s policies pertaining to accesses granted, usage, modification of any information or recording or destruction of information
PC3. report any identified breaches of data or information in any form to the authority as described by the organisation
PC4. report any theft of intellectual property according to the organisation policy
PC5. record, control the document version and take appropriate approvals for the documents, plans or drawings according to organisational hierarchy
PC6. follow your organization’s safety procedures at workplace and act promptly, calmly, and efficiently in case of disruption
PC7. recommend improvement related to safety and security at the workplace
PC8. comply to any health and safety requirements set by an organisation
Knowledge and Understanding (
 
Organisational Context
KA1. regulatory requirements and organization’s procedures for health, safety and information security
KA2. what is meant by an Intellectual property (IP), including the identification and prevention of theft at workplace
KA3. how and when to maintain version and document control, post seeking approvals from the competent organisational authority
KA4. the 5S principles (Seiri, Seiton, Seiso, Seiketsu, and Shitsuke) for efficient productivity and quality at workplace
Technical Knowledge
KB1. IP management, including filing patents/copyrights/design registrations, documentation and control
KB2. design standards, practices, procedure and methods followed by your organisation
KB3. how to report breaches in safety and information security
KB4. cyber security policy of your organisation
KB5. procedures for evacuation of staff at workplace
KB6. reporting procedures related to health, safety and security
Core Skills/ Generic Skills
Writing Skills
You need to know and understand how to:
SA1. complete accurate, well written work with attention to detail
Reading Skills
You need to know and understand how to:
SA2. read instructions, guidelines, procedures, rules and service level agreements
Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking skills)
You need to know and understand how to:
SA3. listen effectively and orally communicate information accurately

Professional Skills
Decision Making
You need to know and understand how to:
SB1. make a decision on a suitable course of action
Plan and Organise
You need to know and understand how to:
SB2. plan and organize your work to meet health, safety and security requirements
Customer Centricity
You need to know and understand how to:
SB3. build and maintain positive and effective relationships with colleagues and customers
Problem Solving
You need to know and understand how to:
SB4. apply problem solving approaches in different situations
Analytical Skills
You need to know and understand how to:
SB5. analyse data and activities
Critical Thinking Skills
You need to know and understand how to:
SB6. apply balanced judgments to different situations
 
 
 
 
 

Model Curriculum
Design Engineer Aerospace Propulsion Systems
 
Create documents for knowledge sharing
 
establish with appropriate people the purpose, scope, formats and target audience for the documents
 access existing documents, language standards, templates and documentation tools from the organization’s knowledge base
 liaise with appropriate people to obtain and verify the information required for the documents
 confirm the content and structure of the documents with appropriate people
 create documents using standard templates and agreed language standards
 review documents with appropriate people and incorporate their inputs
 submit documents for approval by appropriate people
 publish documents in agreed formats
 update the organization’s knowledge base with the documents
 comply with the organization’s policies, procedures and guidelines when creating documents for knowledge sharing
 
Design and develop propulsion systems
 
· conceptualize preliminary & detail design, qualify, and document aircraft propulsion components
 develop engine performance design and 3D outline model
 analyze engine characteristics curves and optimize the fuel payload based on specific fuel consumption of engine
 analyze, evaluate, optimize and select other propulsion train equipment such as gearbox, propulsion shaft, propeller, bearings, etc.
 undertake 3D modelling and simulate the propulsion train
 undertake numerical methods for cycle simulation and multi-discipline optimisation
 perform propulsion systems stability analysis for operability including analysis of vibration on foot mounts
 
· perform dynamic systems modelling using finite element analysis and control integrati on
 undertake propulsion train functional testing and validation
 apply steady state and transient thermodynamic principles to a wide range of performance development topics such as product validation, electronic contro l definition and optimisation, cycle studies, root cause, and performance improvement packages for thrust, fuel burn, and functional enhancements to the engine
 document and maintain the basis for propulsion train selection
 obtain approvals from appropriate design authority
 assist in raising purchase requisitions for the equipment and release manufacturing drawings based on approved design
 conform to configuration management and change control procedures and policies
 conduct/participate in design reviews and customer audits
 co-ordinate within the team and effectively communicate with all levels of the organization
 identify all the stake holders/departments/specialists
 collect hot structure component history, latest lessons learnt, mechanical methods
 collect all necessary loads (including worst cycle temperature), temperature driven material properties
 carry out preliminary risk analysis
 develop hot structure checklists relevant to the specific design intent.
 carry out the tolerance stack up analysis with assumed data (many times, thermo-mechanical moments/deflections may not be available) to establish the design envelope
 design hot structure components (both Static and rotatives) in Combustion, turbine and exhaust areas of engine
 select appropriate hot structure material such as Titanium Alloys, Inconel, Haynes etc
 do a preliminary validation of the
selected concepts for stress, vibration and other design requirements
 make the life prediction for a new part in compliance with statutory standards, such as, EASA, MIL standards etc.
 carry out special assessments such as wear check, seal temperature capability, etc
 release the first version of design scheme for approval across departments complying with PLM requirements
 release final version of design scheme complying with PLM requirements
 liaise with component definition group for final component detailing
 identify all the stake holders/departments/specialists
 collect cold structure component history, latest lessons learnt, mechanical methods
 collect all necessary loads (including worst cycle temperature), temperature driven material properties
 carry out preliminary risk analysis
 develop cold structure checklists relevant to the specific design intent.
 carry out the tolerance stack up analysis with assumed data (many times, thermo-mechanical moments/deflections may not be available) to establish the design envelope
 design cold structure components (Both Static and Rotatives) in inlet, Fan, Compressor areas of engine etc
 select appropriate cold structure material such as Aluminum , Titanium Alloys, Carbon Composites etc
 do a preliminary validation of the selected concepts for stress, vibration and other design requirements
 make the life prediction for a new part in compliance with statutory standards, such as, EASA, MIL standards etc.
 liaise with component definition group for final component detailing
 identify all the stake holders/departments/specialists
 collect auxiliary systems history,
 
latest lessons learnt, mechanical methods
 collect all necessary loads (including worst cycle temperature), temperature driven material properties
 carry out preliminary risk analysis
 develop auxiliary systems checklists relevant to the specific design intent.
 carry out the tolerance stack up analysis with assumed data (many times, thermo-mechanical moments/deflections may not be available) to establish the design envelope
 design auxiliary systems such as Mechanical -Jet engine Starter, Gearboxes, Piping , Electrical – FADEC, Wire harness, Control systems etc
 select appropriate material for systems such as Aluminum , Thermo Plastics, composites
 do a preliminary validation of the selected concepts for stress, vibration and other design requirements
 liaise with component definition group for final component detailing
 
Work Effectively in a Team
 
· display courteous and helpful behaviour at all times
 take opportunities to enhance the level of assistance offered to colleagues
 meet all reasonable requests for assistance within acceptable workplace timeframes
 complete allocated tasks as required
 seek assistance when difficulties arise
 use questioning techniques to clarify instructions or responsibilities
 identify and display a non -discriminatory attitude in all contacts with customers and other staff members
 observe appropriate dress code and presentation as required by the workplace, job role and level of customer contact
 follow personal hygiene procedures according to organisational policy and relevant legislation
 interpret, confirm and act on workplace information, instructions
 
and procedures relevant to the particular task
 interpret, confirm and act on legal requirements in regard to anti- discrimination, sexual harassment and bullying
 ask questions to seek and clarify workplace information
 plan and organise daily work routine within the scope of the job role
 prioritise and complete tasks according to required timeframes
 identify work and personal priorities and achieve a balance between competing priorities
Maintain organisational safety and information security
 
comply with the organization’s IT policies and procedures for safety of data and information
 adhere to the organisation’s policies pertaining to accesses granted, usage, modification of any information or recording or destruction of information
 report any identified breaches of data or information in any form to the authority as described by the organization
 report any theft of intellectual property according to the organisation policy
 record, control the document version and take appropriate approvals for the documents, plans or drawings according to organisational hierarchy
 follow your organization’s safety procedures at workplace and act promptly, calmly, and efficiently in case of disruption
 recommend improvement related to safety and security at the workplace
 comply to any health and safety requirements set by an organisation
 
 
Guidelines for Assessment
1. Criteria for assessment for each Qualification Pack will be created by the Sector Skill Council. Each Performance Criteria (PC) will be assigned marks proportional to its importance in NOS. SSC will also lay down proportion of marks for Theory and Skills Practical for each PC.
2. The assessment for the theory part will be based on knowledge bank of questions created by the SSC.
3. Assessment will be conducted for all compulsory NOS, and where applicable, on the selected elective/option NOS/set of NOS.
4. Individual assessment agencies will create unique question papers for theory part for each candidate at each examination/training center (as per assessment criteria below).
5. Individual assessment agencies will create unique evaluations for skill practical for every student at each examination/training center based on this criterion.
6. To pass the Qualification Pack, every trainee should score a minimum of 70% of aggregate marks to successfully clear the assessment.
7. In case of unsuccessful completion, the trainee may seek reassessment on the Qualification Pack.