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Motorcycle Mechanic
(Motorcycle & Power Equipment

Technician)

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Motorcycle Mechanic (Motorcycle & Power Equipment Technician) 1
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Program Content
Level 2



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LINE (GAC): K ENGINES

Competency: K14 Service engine cases on four-stroke engines



Objectives

To be competent in this area, the individual must be able to:

• Describe engine case design and function.
• Service engine cases.

LEARNING TASKS CONTENT

1. Describe engine case design and function  Design
 Vertical split
 Horizontal split
 Cylinder integration

 Components
 Bearing bosses
 Access ports and covers

 Operation


2. Service engine cases  Remove and replace components
 Diagnose failure
 Inspect check valves and galleries
 Inspect straightness of mating surfaces
 Inspect for stress cracks
 Line bore


Achievement Criteria:
Given a written and/or a practical assessment on engine cases on four-stroke engines the learner will be
able to demonstrate knowledge of the trade by achieving 70% or better based on a summative total of
Instructor assessment.

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Program Content
Level 2



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LINE (GAC): K ENGINES

Competency: K15 Assess engine condition



Objectives

To be competent in this area, the individual must be able to:

• Assess engine condition.
• Describe engine tear-down and inspection.

LEARNING TASKS CONTENT

1. Assess engine condition  Assessments
 Compression

 Primary
 Secondary

 Base pressure
 Vacuum

 Sounds
 Bottom end
 Top end
 Valve train



2. Describe engine tear-down and inspection  Component removal & replacement
 Inspection

 Rotational wear
 Reciprocating wear
 Warpage
 Fractures
 Runout

 Radial
 Linear

 Heat discolouring
 Metal transfer


Achievement Criteria:
Given a written and/or a practical assessment on engine condition the learner will be able to demonstrate
knowledge of the trade by achieving 70% or better based on a summative total of Instructor assessment.

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Appendix A
Assessment Guidelines



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PROGRAM:

IN-SCHOOL TRAINING:

ITA DIRECT ACCESS CODE:

Motorcycle & Power Equipment Technician

LEVEL 3

0166MR12

LINE SUBJECT COMPETENCIES
THEORY

WEIGHTING

PRACTICAL

WEIGHTING

F Wheels, Tires and Suspensions 7% 9%

I Electrical and Electronics 17% 21%

P Chassis and Suspension 18% 15%

Q Manual Transmissions 23% 18%

R Primary Drive Systems 9% 11%

S Final Drive Systems 12% 9%

T Hydraulic Systems 14% 17%

Total 100% 100%

In-school theory / practical subject competency weighting 80% 20%

Final in-school percentage score IN-SCHOOL %

In-school Percentage Score
Combined theory and practical subject competency multiplied by

80%

Standard Level Exam Percentage Score
The exam score is multiplied by

20%

Final Percentage Score FINAL%

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Appendix A
Assessment Guidelines



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PROGRAM:

IN-SCHOOL TRAINING:

ITA DIRECT ACCESS CODE:

Motorcycle & Power Equipment Technician

LEVEL 4 / OR FINAL LEVEL

0166MR12

LINE SUBJECT COMPETENCIES
THEORY

WEIGHTING

PRACTICAL

WEIGHTING

I Electrical and Electronics 34% 34%

U Fuel Systems 43% 46%

V Manual Transmissions 23% 20%

Total 100% 100%

In-school theory / practical subject competency weighting 80% 20%

Final in-school percentage score IN-SCHOOL %

In-school Percentage Score
Combined theory and practical subject competency multiplied by

80%

Standard Level Exam Percentage Score
The exam score is multiplied by

20%

Final in-school percentage score

Apprentices must achieve a minimum 70% as the final in-school
percentage score to be eligible to write the Interprovincial Red Seal or
ITA CofQ exam.

IN-SCHOOL %



All apprentices who complete Level 4 of the Motorcycle Mechanic (Motorcycle & Power
Equipment Technician) program with a FINAL level percentage score of 70% or greater
will write the Interprovincial Red Seal examination as their final assessment.

ITA will enter the apprentices’ Motorcycle Mechanic (Motorcycle & Power Equipment
Technician) Interprovincial Red Seal examination percentage score in ITA Direct Access.

A minimum percentage score of 70% on the examination is required for a pass.

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