STANDARD KEMAHIRAN PEKERJAAN KEBANGSAAN
(NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL SKILL STANDARD)
ASSISSTANT MECHATRONIC TECHNOLOGIST
Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran
Kementerian Sumber Manusia, Malaysia
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Malaysian Skill Qualification
Nature Of Work
Training, Other Qualification and Advancement
Sources of Additional Information
Validation and Proofread
Note Of Appreciation
Committee Members for Job Analysis Session
Job Profile Chart
Duty 01 Analyse Mechatronic Product Manufacturability
Duty 02 Develop Mechatronic Product Design
Duty 03 Organise Mechatronic Product Fabrication
Duty 04 Manage Mechatronic Project
Duty 05 Develop Mechatronic Calculation Cost
Duty 06 Manage Human Resources Development
Duty 07 Manage Mechatronic Functionality And Logistic
NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL SKILL STANDARD (NOSS) FOR
ASSISTANT MECHATRONIC TECHNOLOGIST - LEVEL 4
- LEVEL 5
1.1 This NOSS document shows the structured career path of Mechatronic Technologies. It provides structured set of activities that enables a person who aspires to achieve competency in this particular occupation, ultimately enhancing him or her to embark on a career in the mechatronic industry. The NOSS of Assistant Mechatronic Engineer Level 4 and Mechatronic Engineer Level 5 were first developed and approved by the Standard Certification Committee (JSP) in 28th April 1994. The NOSS of Assistant Mechatronic Technologies Level 4 and Mechatronic Technologies Manager Level 5 were second developed and approved by the Standard Certification Committee (JSP). This NOSS was reviewed in respond to the request made by JPK and developed by ADIMEGA Sdn. Bhd. on behalf of JPK, together with the industrial experts and is due to the current demand of the Mechatronic Technologies industry. The NOSS document shall be used as a benchmark for training and assessment guideline for Mechatronic Industry in Malaysia. 1.2 Standard Practice and Standard Content are part of NOSS document. This Job Titles being developed are based on the Occupational Analysis done. This session developed Level 4 and 5 requirements which are currently of priority to the Mechatronic Industry. The panel of experts concluded that this job area required significant range of varies work activities, performed in a variety of contexts. To produce skilled workers in this industry, the needs for structured training guidelines are essential.
1.3 The rational of developing this NOSS document is to furnish the essential enquiry by the Mechatronic Technologies Manager for the purpose of benchmarking and most of all for the purpose of conducting training for future generation. There is a need for the industry to produce quality, professional and well trained Mechatronic Technologies Manager to undertake the employment opportunities in the industry.
The Mechatronic Technology Industry has been growing annually and the demand of Mechatronic Technologies Manager profession has increased. This expertise will enhance the Mechatronic Technology Industry and also to overcome the future professionalism in this field.
The entry level for Assistant Mechatronic Technologies and Mechatronic Technologies are Level 4 and Level 5. The justification is based on the nature of...
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