Order Pre/1634/2015, 23 July, Which Are Updated Eight Vocational Professional Family Agricultural, Listed In The National Catalogue Of Professional Qualifications, Established By Royal Decree 295/2004 20-F...

Original Language Title: Orden PRE/1634/2015, de 23 de julio, por la que se actualizan ocho cualificaciones profesionales de la familia profesional Agraria, recogidas en el Catálogo Nacional de Cualificaciones Profesionales, establecidas por Real Decreto 295/2004, de 20 de f...

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Organic law 5/2002, of 19 June, qualifications and vocational training, aims in the management of an integrated system of vocational training, qualifications and accreditation, to respond with efficiency and transparency to the social and economic demands through training practices. To do so, creates the national system of qualifications and vocational training, defining it in article 2.1 as a set of instruments and actions necessary to promote and develop the integration of offers of training, through the national catalogue of professional qualifications, as well as the evaluation and accreditation of the corresponding professional skills, in such a way that it promotes professional and social development of the people and the needs of the production system are covered.

The national catalogue of professional qualifications, according to article 7.1, is created with the purpose of facilitating the integrated nature and the adequacy between vocational training and the labour market, as well as lifelong training, the mobility of workers and the labour market unit. The catalogue consists of the qualifications identified in the productive system and the training associated with them, which is organised in training modules.

Article 5.3 of the organic law 5/2002, of 19 June, attributed to the National Institute of qualifications, the responsibility to define, develop and keep updated the national catalogue of professional qualifications, in his capacity as technical support body to the Council General of vocational training, whose regulatory development contained in article 9(2) of the Royal Decree 1128 / 2003 , 5 September, which regulates the national catalogue of professional qualifications, establishing in its article 9.4, the obligation to keep it permanently updated through periodic review which, in any case, must be made within a period not exceeding five years from the date of inclusion of the qualification in the catalog.

This order is issued pursuant to the Royal Decree 817/2014, of 26 September, which lays down the specific aspects of professional qualifications for as amended, procedure of approval and effects is therefore implementation article 7.3 of the organic law 5/2002, of 19 June, qualifications and vocational training.

Thus, in the present order is updated, by replacing complete its annexes, eight professional qualifications of the professional family agrarian with an antique in the national catalogue of professional qualifications equal to or more than five years, that are implementing Royal Decree 817/2014, of 26 September. In addition, modify partially certain professional qualifications, by replacing certain transversal competence units and training modules associated, included in up-to-date professional qualifications listed in the annexes of this order.

In the process of elaboration of this order the autonomous communities have been consulted and they have issued report the General Council for vocational training and the State School Board.

In his virtue, a joint proposal from the Minister of education, culture and sport and Minister of employment and Social Security, I have article 1. Object and scope of application.

This ministerial order aims to upgrade eight vocational qualifications corresponding to the professional family agriculture, leading to the replacement of the relevant annexes, and modify partially certain professional qualifications through the substitution of certain units of competence and training modules associated, in application of the Royal Decree 817/2014, of 26 September, which establishes the specific aspects of professional whose modification qualifications procedure of approval and effects of application article 7.3 of the organic law 5/2002, of 19 June, qualifications and vocational training.

Up-to-date professional qualifications and the partially modified by this procedure are valid and are applicable throughout the national territory, and do not constitute a regulation of professional practice.

Article 2. Update of certain professional qualifications of the professional family land, established by Royal Decree 295/2004 of 20 February, which establishes certain professional qualifications that are included in the national catalogue of professional qualifications, as well as its relevant training modules which are incorporated into the catalogue modular vocational training.

Pursuant to the sole additional provision of Royal Decree 295/2004 of 20 February, we proceed to update professional skills, whose specifications are contained in annexes II and III of the aforementioned Royal Decree: one. A new wording is given at Annex II, professional skill «Intensive pig production». Level 2. AGA002_2, which appears as annex I of this order.

Two. A new wording is given at Annex III, 'Gardening and landscape restoration' professional qualification. Level 3. AGA003_3, which appears as annex II to this order.

Article 3. Update of certain professional qualifications of the professional family land, established by Royal Decree 1228 / 2006 of 27 October, which complemented the national catalogue of professional qualifications through the establishment of certain professional qualifications, as well as its relevant training modules which are incorporated into the catalogue modular vocational training.

Pursuant to the sole additional provision of the Royal Decree 1228 / 2006, on 27 October, proceeds to update professional skills, whose specifications are contained in annexes CLXXVII and CLXXVIII of the aforementioned Royal Decree: one. A new wording is given at Annex CLXXVII, professional skill «Ancillary activities in agriculture». Level 1. AGA163_1, which appears as annex III to the present order.

Two. A new wording is given at Annex CLXXVIII, professional skill «Ancillary activities in nurseries, gardens and garden centres». Level 1. AGA164_1, which appears as annex IV of this order.

Article 4. Update of certain professional qualifications Royal Decree 665/2007, of May 25, is establishing five new professional qualifications in professional agricultural family.

Pursuant to the sole additional provision of Royal Decree 665/2007, of May 25, is the updating of professional qualifications, whose specifications are contained in annexes CCXXIV, CCXXVI CCXXVII, and CCXXVIII of the aforementioned Royal Decree: one. A new wording is given at Annex CCXXIV, 'Auxiliary activities in livestock' professional qualification. Level 1. AGA224_1, which appears as annex V of the present order.

Two. A new wording is given at Annex CCXXVI, qualified "Care and handling of the horse". Level 2. AGA226_2, which appears as annex VI to the present order.

3. A new wording is given at Annex CCXXVII, «Ecological stockbreeding» professional qualifications. Level 2. AGA227_2, which appears as annex VII of this order.

Four. A new wording is given at Annex CCXXVIII, vocational qualification management of reforestation and silvicultural treatments». Level 3. AGA228_3, which appears as annex VIII of this order.

Article 5. Partial modification of certain qualifications professional family agricultural professionals, established by Royal Decree 1087 / 2005, of September 16, which establishes new professional qualifications, which are included in the national vocational qualifications catalogue, as well as its relevant training modules, which are incorporated into the catalogue modular vocational training and updated certain vocational from those laid down by the Royal Decree 295/2004 , 20 February.

Pursuant to the sole additional provision of the Royal Decree 1087 / 2005, of 16 September, proceeds to the updating of professional qualifications whose specifications are contained in annexes CVII and the Royal Decree XCIX: one. Professional qualifications amending partially established as «annex CVII: intensive ruminant production.» Level 2. AGA098_2», respectively, replacing the unit's competition «UC0006_2: assemble and maintain installations, machinery and equipment of cattle» and associated training module «MF0006_2: installations, machinery and equipment of cattle» competition unit «UC0006_2: assemble and maintain installations, machinery and equipment of cattle» and the associated training module 'MF0006_2 «: Installations, machinery and equipment of cattle», corresponding to annex I «intensive pig production. Level 2. AGA002_2» of this order.
Two. Professional qualifications amending partially established as «annex XCIX: poultry production and intensive rabbit. " Level 2. AGA099_2», respectively, replacing the unit's competition «UC0006_2: assemble and maintain installations, machinery and equipment of cattle» and associated training module «MF0006_2: installations, machinery and equipment of cattle» competition unit «UC0006_2: assemble and maintain installations, machinery and equipment of cattle» and the associated training module 'MF0006_2 «: Installations, machinery and equipment of cattle», corresponding to annex I «intensive pig production. Level 2. AGA002_2» of this order.

Article 6. Partial modification of professional qualifications established by Royal Decree 1521 / 2007 of 16 November, whereby the national catalogue of professional qualifications, is complemented by the establishment of four professional qualifications of the professional family physical activities and sports.

Pursuant to the sole additional provision of the Royal Decree 1521 / 2007 of 16 November, proceeds to update a professional qualification whose specifications are contained in the annex CCCXXXIX of the aforementioned Royal Decree: amending partially qualified professional, which corresponds to the physical activities and sports, professional family established as «annex CCCXXXIX: guided equestrian routes in the natural environment.» Level 2. AFD339_2», respectively, replacing the unit's competition «UC0719_2: feed and perform general management and first aid to the equine livestock» and the associated training module «MF0719_2: power, handling general and first aid to the equine livestock.» (90 h)» by the unit's competition «UC0719_2: feed and perform general management and first aid to the equine livestock» and associated training module «MF0719_2: power, handling general and first aid to the equine livestock.» (90 h)», corresponding to annex VI "care and handling of the horse. Level 2. AGA226_2» of this order.

Article 7. Partial modification of professional qualifications established by Royal Decree 108/2008 of 1 February, which complemented the national catalogue of professional qualifications, through the establishment of eight professional qualifications of the professional family land.

Pursuant to the sole additional provision of Royal Decree 108/2008 of 1 February, proceed to the update of the professional qualification whose specifications are contained in the annex of the aforementioned Royal Decree CCCXLVI: professional qualifications amending partially established as «annex CCCXLVI: management of the installation and maintenance of lawns, sports fields.» Level 3. AGA346_3», respectively, replacing the unit's competition «UC0009_3: manage the machinery, equipment, and facilities of gardening» and associated training module «MF0009_3: management of machinery, equipment and installations of gardening» by the unit's competition «UC0009_3: manage the machinery, equipment, and facilities of gardening» and associated training module «MF0009_3: management of machinery, equipment and installations of gardening» corresponding to annex I «intensive pig production. Level 2. AGA002_2» of this order; as well as respectively, replacing the unit's competition «UC0727_3: topographic operations in agriculture, gardening and forestry works» and associated training module «MF0727_3: topographic operations in agriculture, gardening and forestry work.» (120 hours)» by the competition unit «UC0727_3: topographic operations in agriculture, gardening and forestry works» and associated training module «MF0727_3: topographic operations in agriculture, gardening and forestry work.» (150 hours)», corresponding to annex II «gardening and landscape restoration. Level 3. AGA003_3» of this order, also changed the total duration of training associated with the qualification from 510 to 540 hours.

Article 8. Partial modification of certain professional qualifications established by the Royal Decree 715/2010, 28 of may, whereby the national catalogue of professional qualifications, is complemented by the establishment of ten professional qualifications corresponding to the professional agrarian family.

Pursuant to the sole additional provision of Royal Decree 715/2010 of 28 may, proceeds to the updating of professional qualifications whose specifications are contained in annexes CDLXII and CDLXVI of the aforementioned Royal Decree: one. Professional qualifications amending partially established as «annex CDLXII: forestry management.» Level 3. AGA462_3», respectively, replacing the unit's competition «UC0730_3: manage the machinery, equipment, and facilities of the forestry» and associated training module «MF0730_3: machinery, equipment and installations of forestry management» for the unity of competition «UC0730_3: manage the machinery, equipment, and facilities of the forestry» and associated training module «MF0730_3 «: Machinery, equipment and installations of forestry management» corresponding to annex VIII 'management of reforestation and silvicultural treatments. Level 3. AGA228_3» of this order.

Two. Professional qualifications amending partially established as «annex CDLXVI: management of the cinegetico-piscicolas exploitation.» Level 3. AGA466_3», respectively, replacing the unit's competition «UC0730_3: manage the machinery, equipment, and facilities of the forestry» and associated training module «MF0730_3: machinery, equipment and installations of forestry management» for the unity of competition «UC0730_3: manage the machinery, equipment, and facilities of the forestry» and associated training module «MF0730_3 «: Machinery, equipment and installations of forestry management» corresponding to annex VIII 'management of reforestation and silvicultural treatments. Level 3. AGA228_3» of this order.

Article 9. Partial modification of professional qualifications established by Royal Decree 146/2011 4 February, which complemented the national catalogue of professional qualifications, through the establishment of twelve professional for the professional family physical activities and sports skills, and updates certain professional qualifications from those laid down in Royal Decree 295/2004 of 20 February , in the Royal Decree 1087 / 2005, of September 16, and in the Royal Decree 1521 / 2007 of 16 November.

Pursuant to the sole additional provision of Royal Decree 146/2011 4 February, proceed to the update of the professional qualification whose specifications are contained in the annex DV of the aforementioned Royal Decree: amending partially qualified professional, corresponding to the professional family physical activity and sports, established as «annex DV: initiation in horse riding and equestrian sports.» Level 2. AFD505_2», respectively, replacing the unit's competition «UC0719_2: feed and perform general management and first aid to the equine livestock» and the associated training module «MF0719_2: power, handling general and first aid to the equine livestock.» (90 h)» by the unit's competition «UC0719_2: feed and perform general management and first aid to the equine livestock» and associated training module «MF0719_2: power, handling general and first aid to the equine livestock.» (90 h)», as well as replacing the unit's competition respectively «UC0720_2: hygiene, care and physical maintenance of the equine livestock» and the associated training module «MF0720_2: hygiene, care and physical maintenance of cattle horses.» (90 h)» by the unit's competition «UC0720_2: hygiene, care and physical maintenance of the equine livestock» and the associated training module «MF0720_2: hygiene, care and physical maintenance of cattle horses.» (120 h)»; corresponding to annex VI "care and handling of the horse. Level 2. AGA226_2» of this order, also changed the total duration of training associated with the qualification from 570 to 600 hours.

Article 10. Partial modification of professional qualifications established by Royal Decree 1035 / 2011, of July 15, which complements the national catalogue of professional qualifications, by means of the establishment of five professional qualifications of the professional family socio-cultural services and the community.

Pursuant to the sole additional provision of the Royal Decree 1035 / 2011, July 15, we proceed to update the professional qualification whose specifications are contained in the annex of the aforementioned Royal Decree DCVII:
Partially amending the qualification professional, corresponding to the professional family socio-cultural services and the community, established as «annex DCVII: funeral homes and cemeteries maintenance activities.» Level 1. SSC607_1», respectively, replacing the unit's competition «UC0522_1: auxiliary operations for the maintenance of gardens, parks and green areas» and associated training module «MF0522_1: basic operations for the maintenance of gardens, parks and green areas» competition unit «UC0522_1: auxiliary operations for the maintenance of gardens, parks and green areas» and the associated training module 'MF0522_1 «: Basic operations for the maintenance of gardens, parks and green areas ", corresponding to annex IV «ancillary activities in nurseries, gardens and garden centres. Level 1. AGA164_1» of this order.

First final provision. Skill-related title.

This order is issued by virtue of the powers which attributes to the State the article 149.1.1. 2nd and 30th of the Constitution, on regulation of the basic conditions that guarantee the equality of all Spaniards in the exercise of rights and in the fulfilment of the constitutional duties, and for the regulation of the conditions of procurement, issuance and recognition of academic and professional qualifications.

Second final provision. Entry into force.

This ministerial order shall enter into force the day following its publication in the "Official Gazette".

Madrid, 23 July 2015.-the Vice-President of the Government and Minister of the Presidency, Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría Antón.

Annex I professional qualification: intensive pig production professional family: agrarian level: 2 code: AGA002_2 general competence production operations branch bristles, players and lactating pigs and pig rearing and fattening, according to current regulations and technical specifications, to produce in the most streamlined way possible piglets, breeding pigs and pigs of bait, according to criteria of animal welfare , prevention of occupational risks, the protection of the environment and food security.



Competition UC0004_2 units: production operations branch bristles, players and lactating pigs UC0005_2: operations of production in pig breeding and fattening UC0006_2: assemble and maintain the installations, machinery and equipment of professional environment professional cattle develops his professional activity in the area of livestock production department dedicated to intensive swine production entities of public or private nature, in large, medium and small companies, both on their own and of others regardless of their legal form. It develops its activity depending on your case, functional and/or hierarchical from a superior. You may have staff occasionally, seasonally or stable. It is also qualified as owner and/or caregiver of porcine livestock, professional activity subject to Regulation by the competent administration. In the development of the professional activity apply the principles of universal accessibility in accordance with the applicable legislation.



Productive sectors lies in the agricultural sector, within the livestock sub-sector in the following production activities: livestock of pigs and services associated with this type of farming. Farming and pig farms. Service to livestock companies. Marketing: seminal doses, genetics, feed, medicines and materials related to this type of production, etc. Self-employed for hog farming. Cooperative societies. Transformation (SAT) of agricultural societies.



Occupations and jobs relevant terms from the following list of occupations and jobs are used with generic and all-inclusive nature of women and men.

Qualified workers from farms of swine workers on farms qualified agricultural technicians associated (390 hrs) MF0004_2 training modules training: renuevo bristles, players and lactating pigs (180 hours) MF0005_2 production: production of pigs of rearing and fattening (120 hours) MF0006_2: installations, machinery and equipment of cattle (90 hours) unit of competition 1: perform operations of production in SOWS of branch PLAYERS and LACTATING PIGS level: 2 code: UC0004_2 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: handle the bristles of renewal for its adaptation to exploitation and their optimization as breeding according to established protocols and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 1.1 renewal females are monitored during the quarantine, avoiding the introduction of diseases and facilitating their adaptation to the farm.

CR 1.2 the factors that affect the onset of puberty (contact with males, photoperiod, stress, among others) are monitored, keeping them in established values.

CR 1.3 females for renewal are identified, by specific markings, according to the established protocols.

CR 1.4 the jealousy of nulliparous females are synchronized to get breeding and calving in the set period of time.

CR 1.5 nulliparous females feed according to your requirements, optimizing their physical condition and maximizing the ovulation and the prolificity of them.

1.6 CR health programme (vaccine and treatments) of females of renewal applies, ensuring the health of the farm.

2 RP: Ensure the handling and care of the ewes in the period cubrición to optimize the production of exploitation according to established protocols and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 2.1 females after weaning are managed according to established protocols, optimizing the range cubrición fertile.

CR 2.2 zeal is detected systematically and scheduled so that mating takes place at the optimal moment, ensuring the gestation and optimizing the prolificacy of females.

CR 2.3 females are covered by natural mating or artificial insemination in the way or with the required technique, in the time established according to the breeding program of exploitation.

CR 2.4 Primiparous and multiparous nourish themselves according to the programs established in the range cubrición, in order to encourage a maximum ovulation.

CR 2.5 the ewes of the exploitation that meet the criteria of age and decreased productivity are sacrificed by the sacrifice of urgency or emergency, according to the animal welfare regulations.

3 RP: Ensure the management and care of pregnant sows to maximize the number of delivery and piglets born alive according to established protocols, complying with applicable rules.

CR 3.1 females gestation is verified, by means of the required diagnostic and instrumental methods.

CR 3.2 pregnant females are housed individually or in groups depending on the stage of pregnancy that are.

CR 3.3 bristles are monitored during the period of gestation, detecting reproductive failures such as repetitions or turns to zeal, empty females or abortions.

3.4 CR environmental parameters, surface and volume available are controlled, keeping them in the limits achieving the well-being of pregnant females.

CR 3.5 pregnant females feed, using rations that meet the needs of the different phases of the gestation period and body condition.

CR 3.6 the health status of pregnant females is monitored by detecting early possible signs or symptoms of alteration, proceeding according to established protocols.

CR 3.7 the health programme (preventive and treatment) established on the farm is applied to pregnant females.

4 RP: Handle childbirth and nursing sows to get the largest number of healthy piglets and with required weight, following the therapeutic indications of the veterinarian in accordance with established protocols and compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 4.1 pregnant females are in the farrowing crates, one week before the date of delivery provided for adaptation.

CR 4.2 delivery is monitored, observing the birth of piglets, the interval between births and the complete expulsion of the placenta.

CR 4.3 period of lactation sows monitors, checking the morpho-physiological and health status (teats, intake and bowel movements).

CR 4.4 food ration and the contribution of extra water in the lactating sow are suited to this stage in its production cycle, optimizing dairy production.

CR 4.5 environmental parameters, such as temperature of the ship and ventilation are maintained in the limits, promoting well-being and the production of females.

CR 4.6 preventive health farm program applies to lactating sows according to the instructions of the veterinarian.

RP 5: Carry out the operations of handling and care of lactating piglets to achieve the established weight and increase the rate of survival, following established protocols and in compliance with the applicable rules.
CR 5.1 piglets are monitored during the first 24 hours of life, checking its State morpho-physiological and sanitary (animal vitality, absence of malformations and umbilical cord).

CR 5.2 encalostramiento of newborn piglets ensures, noting if maman as required (quantity and quality of tetadas), and performing in the first 24 hours adoptions or transfers of relevant piglet according to established standards.

CR 5.3 piglets comprising the litter are marked, identifying them individually, making the cut of tusks, tail and castration, if applicable.

CR 5.4 focal temperature is maintained in the limits, favoring the survival of the maximum number of piglets.

CR 5.5 piglets are weaned, separating them from the mothers, according to conditions predetermined.

CR 5.6 the health programme preventive specific established in this period of life applies to piglets, according to the instructions received.

5.7 CR non-viable animals are sacrificed, by sacrifice of urgency or emergency according to the applicable regulations of animal welfare.

RP 6: Operations management and care of players in the is shying away and the natural mating males and semen collection to optimize the productivity of the farm following established protocols and complying with the applicable rules.

CR 6.1 boars are housed in compartments with dimensions and required environment, separated from the females.

CR 6.2 males are employed in tasks is shying away for detection in females.

CR 6.3 the natural mating is induced with the technique, time, and frequency established, ensuring the gestation and optimizing the reproductive potential of the stallions.

CR 6.4 the breeding males are trained in the collection of semen according to established protocols.

CR 6.5 semen is collected in seminal doses for distribution according to physiological criteria, management of the animal and the technical and hygiene of the process.

6.6 CR material used in the development of seminal doses and insemination, semen collection is stored, driving it with the hygiene conditions laid down.

6.7 CR food and the sanitary control of boars are conducted according to specific programs.



Professional context: means of production: Colts of semen collection. Semen conservation equipment. Portable refrigerators. Ultrasound. Pregnancy detection devices/systems. Ventilation system. Automatic distribution of feed. Accommodation for pigs. Systems and materials identification and marking. Drugs, material for the application of injectable drugs, feed, water or topic. Computer equipment (computers, swine management programs). Equipment for disposal/sacrifice of animal urgency. SANDACH management team.



Products and results: renewal bristles adapted to farm. Healthy breeding in the cubrición period. Pregnant females maintained. Assisted delivery and controlled lactating females. Healthy piglets. Healthy and productive breeding males.



Used or generated information: program covering technical details of operation of various equipment and materials. Tokens of recognition of diseases on the farm (general and individual). Players, nursing records. Indexes and reports of objectives related to the structure of the holding, with the reproductive cycle and births, with the production of piglets, with lactation. Registration of the health programme, types of drugs, administration and handling and storage of these. Registration of timeouts before slaughter. Datasheets on nutritional composition of the food. Datasheets about nutritional needs in pigs depending on your productive time. Internal protocols in exploitation. Rules governing the activity. Parts or production record. Control charts for production, Census of breeding, nulliparous, covering, of repetitions, number of births, births and deaths by birth, number of weaning of piglets weaned by birth, both per cent of casualties in lactation, of days of interval cubrición, index of births in the farm with piglets weaned per pig per year. Graphic control of environmental parameters.



Unit 2 competition: Perform operations of production in pig rearing and bait level: 2 code: UC0005_2 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: handling piglets in the postweaning to ensure its health status and production rates established in accordance with established protocols and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 1.1 health of piglets is checked on arrival to prevent the introduction of diseases and achieve its adaptation.

CR 1.2 breeding animals are grouped into homogeneous lots according to criteria of sex, size and availability of spaces, ensuring the minimum needs of space per animal.

CR 1.3 environmental parameters of the ships where breeding pigs are housed are maintained in the limits to optimize the welfare and production.

CR 1.4 food rations in growing pigs are distributed according to the protocols, registering and applying appropriate measures to maximize and ensure homogeneous consumption of all individuals of each batch.

CR 1.5 of slower growth and sick animals are separated from the rest by subjecting them to the established care.

2 RP: Handle the fattened to ensure their health and get productive indexes set, following established protocols and compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 2.1 the State of health of the animals of bait, your entry into this phase of the production cycle, is checked, following established protocols.

CR 2.2 the fatlings are grouped into homogeneous lots, according to criteria of sex, size and availability of spaces, ensuring the minimum needs of space per animal.

CR 2.3 the environmental parameters of the ships, the systems of distribution of food and water where bait animals are housed are in conditions to optimize their well-being and production.

2.4 CR sick animals are identified, by observing signs or specific symptoms, communicating to personnel responsible for the observed alterations.

CR 2.5 identified sick animals are subject to the care for their recovery or deviate from the group if required.

3 RP: Apply preventive and curative health care program of rearing and fattening, pigs following the therapeutic indications of the veterinarian to prevent the introduction or transmission of disease according to established protocols and compliance with the applicable rules.

3.1 CR vaccinations, deworming and other preventive actions are applied in conjunction with suitable personnel, according to a calendar preset to ensuring good health and set production rates.

CR 3.2 the administration of certain drugs in animals is carried out in collaboration with the veterinary by routes prescribed, taking into account the therapeutic indications and the period of suppression of these products before they are slaughtered.

CR 3.3 treatments applied in sick animals are registered on the corresponding tabs.

CR 3.4 medications are stored in the established places, preserving them in suitable conditions required according to the technical specifications of the product.

3.5 CR prescriptions, delivery notes, invoices and records of application and time of waiting for medicines are archived according to the regulations of veterinary medicinal product.



Professional context: means of production: bunkers and hoppers concentrates. Ventilation system, automatic distribution of feed, feed stores. Animals of different ages. Accommodation for pigs. Systems and marking materials. Materials already injectable medications, in feed or water, refrigerators, and material of Conservación de medicamentos. SANDACH management team.



Products and results: piglets postweaning healthy and productive indexes achieved. Fattened healthy and productive indexes achieved. Health preventive and curative applied programme.



Used or generated information: sheets techniques of operation of various equipment and materials. Collection of information and preparation of records for the period of transition and bait. Obtaining indexes and reports of objectives related to the transition and the bait. Health programme, medicines, administration, management and storage of these types. Registration of timeouts before slaughter. Datasheets on nutritional composition of the food. Datasheets about nutritional needs in pigs depending on your productive time. Internal protocols in exploitation. Regulatory activity regulations. Parts or production record. Graphics production control.



UNIT of competency 3: Assemble and maintain installations, machinery and equipment of the farm livestock level: 2 code: UC0006_2 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: mount installations and equipment of the livestock farm with the required materials, according to the environment and production system, to ensure the same activities, following the technical specifications and compliance with the applicable rules.
CR 1.1 elements, materials, supplies and tools required in the Assembly of installations and equipment are selected, taking into account the environment and production system.

CR 1.2 field of Assembly facilities and equipment is prepared, using machines, equipment, supplies and tools required to the production system of cattle.

CR 1.3 the basic structures of the facilities and equipment are mounted, following the technical specifications.

CR 1.4 installation, corresponding to the livestock farm systems are verified periodically, detecting possible alterations of parameters of function or damage.

CR 1.5 simple systems breakdowns are repaired, replacing damaged or worn items if required.

2 RP: Provide the facilities to keep them in the State established in technical specifications, compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 2.1 products and procedure of cleaning, disinfection, disinsectization and deratization authorized are selected, preparing them according to the operations to be carried out; According to the established programme and the applicable regulations.

CR 2.2 the premises and facilities are cleaned by the procedures selected, checking that they are free from preparations, and organic waste for its next use, according to established protocols.

2.3 CR premises and facilities are bugs and desratizan with frequency, products and authorised procedures, according to the established programme and the applicable regulations.

CR 2.4 authorized cleaning, disinfection, disinsectization and deratization products data are recorded in established stands, according to current regulations.

CR 2.5 storage or disposal of waste generated and recycling of waste, is the places established for each of them.

3 RP: Performing the maintenance and conservation of the premises of livestock exploitation in accordance with the technical specifications, so that they are operational, compliance legislation.

CR 3.1 basic maintenance of the electrical installations of exploitation operations are performed, through substitution, adaptation or repairs easy, checking their status and performance.

CR 3.2 basic supply of food and water maintenance operations are performed, subsequently verifying your status and operation.

CR 3.3 the basic operations of maintenance of the air conditioning system is made by substitution, adaptation or simple repairs.

3.4 CR parameters environmental premises are regulated, regularly adapting them to the needs of the animals according to established protocol.

CR 3.5 the first aid kit is reviewed, identifying drugs and cure material.

4 PR: Making the revision, maintenance and operation of the machinery and equipment of cattle, keeping them in working order to avoid alterations of the productive process according to established protocols, technical specifications and complying with the applicable rules.

4.1 CR machinery and equipment of cattle are kept in State of use with the established procedures, reviewing them with the frequency indicated in the technical manuals.

CR 4.2 simple breakdowns of machinery and equipment are repaired with operations and required spare parts.

4.3 CR machinery, equipment, supplies and tools are selected, in accordance with the requirements of each operation and pace of work required, avoiding interruptions or waiting times.

CR 4.4 tractors and machinery are coupled and managed, taking into account the work to be done, by controlling its operation, management, with the pace of work established.

CR 4.5 machinery, equipment, supplies and tools, after use, ordered, in the required places and conditions of use for the next use.

CR 4.6 basic assistance and first aid techniques are applied in case of accident.



Professional context: means of production: self-propelled machines for loading, unloading and transportation of raw materials and animals. Equipment for livestock facilities cleaning, feeding, extraction and preservation of livestock products. Instruments for the maintenance and repair of facilities, machines and equipment. Machines, equipment and livestock facilities.



Products and results: facilities and cattle equipment installed in function of the environment and the production system. Premises and facilities of the livestock farm clean and conditioned. Cattle facilities checked and maintained in a State of use. Machinery and equipment of the livestock holding checked and maintained in use.



Used or generated information: service manuals. Manual of machinery and equipment. Technical information about work performance. Technical information about possibilities and limitations of machines to use. Technical manuals for maintenance of machines and livestock facilities. Legislation on occupational risk prevention. Legislation on transport. With applicable rules on organic production.



TRAINING module 1: production branch of BRISTLES, players and LACTATING PIGS level: 2 code: MF0004_2 associated with UC: production operations branch bristles, players and lactating pigs duration: 180 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: feed bristles renuevo, players and piglets for their optimal performance and according to established protocols and complying with applicable animal welfare and veterinary and food safety regulations.

CE1.1 identify the elements of water distribution in a farm according to the productive state of the animals and the number of heads in each batch.

CE1.2 calculate the total water needs of an exploitation taking into account the production status of the animals and the number of heads in each batch.

CE1.3 identify the different types of food used in feeding the pig in their different productive stages.

CE1.4 in a practical course in a hog farm according to established conditions:-determine the nutritional needs and consumption necessary for each group of animals, given a particular productive state.

-Distribute the food according to the physiological stage of animals.

CE1.5 specify what information is required to meet to meet the feeding of a farm program.

C2: Interpret medical care to be provided renuevo, players and pigs bristles obtaining optimum performance in the health program established, complying with the applicable rules.

CE2.1 describe the health and hygiene guidelines to prevent the entry and spread of potential diseases before the arrival of new animals to exploitation.

CE2.2 identify different body regions of pigs given a graphic scheme for the application of different prophylactic or curative treatments.

CE2.3 in a practical case of a preventive health program at the farm, from given conditions:-identify the preventive treatments.

-Describe internal and external deworming.

-Distinguish the vaccine plan.

-Define other established programs.

CE2.4 quote the main signs and symptoms of certain diseases, defining the required treatments and/or care.

CE2.5 identify the data that are collected in the completion of registration in chips or computer programs, to support the health monitoring of exploitation.

C3: Specify handling care to be provided to bristles renuevo, piglets and players getting optimal performance, following established protocols and compliance with the applicable rules.

CE3.1 describe the different methods of synchronization of estrus in nulliparous females to group covering and optimize production.

CE3.2 cite factors that affect the interval cubrición optimizing production.

CE3.3 to indicate the type of management and care to be taken during the process of gestation.

CE3.4 define the General guidelines of management of piglets during lactation and weaning when optimizing the production.

CE3.5 determine the number of reproductive females of a holding, its census structure and system of grouping according to the capacity of available accommodation.

CE3.6 indicate the environmental parameters, critical limits and comfort intervals to improve production rates.

CE3.7 noted the criteria for elimination of a holding players attending production indicators.

C4: Recognize the actions necessary in the detection of estrus, mating, gestation, birth, post-partum and lactation, optimizing the reproductive performance of the pig breeders.

CE4.1 describe different methods of heat detection and determination of the optimum time for mating.

CE4.2 indicate detected physical and behavioral changes in a female who enters estrus specifying which of them is more reliable.

CE4.3 describe the realization of artificial insemination Protocol to achieve maximum effectiveness.

CE4.4 noted the methods of diagnosis or confirmation of pregnancy.
CE4.5 in a practical course on a holding of reproductive pigs according to established conditions:-point handling operations of the females in the prepartum required.

-Recognize if any female delivery from the observation of the changes in the behavior of the female and the identification of characteristic signs.

CE4.6 point out the most common defects that can occur in childbirth and postpartum.

CE4.7 determine what they are periods of lactation and postpartum care that they should receive the breeding sow.

C5: Precise handling during birth, encalostramiento and lactation piglets for their survival and growth according to established protocols and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CE5.1 describe the care to be provided to the newborns.

CE5.2 quote fundamentals and needs of the encalostramiento and the handling of adoptions and transfer of piglets.

CE5.3 describe special operations such as descolmillado, cutting of tails or neuter according to specific regulations.

CE5.4 describe what are the care that they should receive the offspring to minimize health problems.

CE5.5 list the steps to be followed to achieve the survival of the litter to the hypothesis of the death of the mother after childbirth.

C6: Select the boar management measures to optimize their reproductive efficiency according to established protocols and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CE6.1 describe patterns of behaviour of the male is shying away in the heat detection.

CE6.2 describe the factors to be considered in the training of breeding males in extraction for semen collection room.

CE6.3 determine the frequency of use of the boar in a system of natural mating or artificial insemination to optimize its use as a player.

CE6.4 describe the requirements that must meet the collection room and del potro to ensure a good collection of semen.

CE6.5 describe the proper protocol of collection of the semen in the extraction room.

CE6.6 quote the precise actions in the development of seminal doses.

CE6.7 determine the needs food and feed intake of the boar in attention to criteria of age and physiological state.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.4; C2 regarding CE2.3; C4 on CE4.5.

Other capabilities: comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Demonstrate a good make professional.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Show some autonomy in the resolution of small contingencies related to its activity.



Contents: 1. operations management and care of the renewal basic concepts of Anatomy and physiology of pig bristles: the female reproductive cycle. Factors that regulate puberty, ovarian cycle: duration and characteristics, most common functional disorders in ovulation. Management of the females of renewal: reception, identification and marking; environmental control. Hygienic-sanitary treatments. Vaccination and de-worming internal and external programs. Stress control: bites tails and ears shoot females. Most common pathologies in renuevo bristles. Practical actions for the treatment of diseases in females of branch. Basic concepts on intensive swine feeding animals of renewal. Types of food systems and food distribution guidelines. Most common systems of synchronization of jealousy. List of control and registration of breeding: nulliparous and multiparous women. Handling of animals during quarantine.



2. operations management and care of the ewes during the cubrición handling of covered females: reception, subdivision and environmental control. Practical actions in the prevention of diseases in covered females: vaccine and worming internal and external programs. Most common pathologies in this phase. Practical actions for the treatment of diseases covered females. Basics of intensive swine feeding of pregnant animals. Types of food. Systems and patterns of distribution of food. Characteristics and importance of water in the diet. Calculation and needs. Heat detection methods. Time and mating systems. Artificial insemination techniques. Preparation of the female for riding. Causes of infertility and sterility.

Management in the period of post-cubricion. List of control and registration of breeding: nulliparous and multiparous women.



3. operations management and care of pregnant sows basics of pig production: races, morphological characteristics. Management of pregnant females: surveillance and environmental control. Most common pathologies in pregnant sows. Practical actions for the treatment of diseases in pregnant females. Basic notions on intensive swine feeding of pregnant animals. Types of food systems and food distribution guidelines. Characteristics and importance of water in the diet. Calculation and needs. Basics of Anatomy and physiology of pigs: stage of gestation. Causes of infertility and sterility. Management in the period of post-cubricion. List of control and registration of pregnant ewes: nulliparous and multiparous women. Organization of work and routines in pregnant females. Systems of quality management ISO, standards of animal and environmental well-being.



4 delivery care and management of lactating sows accommodations for lactating sows: types, material properties. Management of Labor: signs and symptoms of childbirth, stages, distoico delivery, puerperium, surveillance, environmental control. Management of lactation: duration, structure of the udder, functional and abnormal tits, lactation specific care. Practical actions in the prevention of diseases in lactating females. Most frequent pathologies of the lactating female. Practical actions for the treatment of diseases in lactating females. List of control and registration of lactating sows, number of births, number of offspring. Organization of work and routines in lactating females. Management of specific computer programs of management of pig farms. Applicable regulations of occupational risk prevention.



5. operations management and care of accommodations lactating piglet piglets: types, material properties. Management of piglets after birth, characteristics of the birth, behaviour of the sucker in the first 24 h of life care neonatal specific, encalostramiento, rules of tillering and transfers. Management of lactating piglets: descolmillado, cut tails and castration. Surveillance, environmental control (temperature and ventilation). Practical actions in the prevention of diseases in piglets: hygienic-sanitary treatments. Programs vaccinating them. Major health disorders in piglets. Practical actions for the treatment of diseases in piglets. Basic notions regarding feeding of piglets: lactoremplazantes, artificial milk, types and features. Knowledge and interpretation of drug lactoreemplazantes identification codes. List of control and registration of piglets. Organization of work and routines in the management of piglets.



6 operations of handling and care of the breeding males in the is shying away, the natural mating and semen accommodation for breeding males collection: types, material properties. Management of breeding males: care of male reproductive system of males, reproductive behavior of the boar. Training for the collection of semen. Preparation of seminal doses. Reproductive cycle of the boar: General notions of reproductive, introduction to the physiology of reproduction: factors that affect fertility. Practical actions in the prevention of diseases in boars: hygienic-sanitary treatments. Vaccine programs. Pathologies of the breeding males. Practical actions for the treatment of diseases in breeding males. Preventive treatments to the arrival of new animals. Hygienic-sanitary treatments. Vaccine and worming internal and external programs. Basic notions regarding feeding of breeding males: food for boars. Importance of water in the diet. Calculation and needs. List of control and registration of boars. Organization of work and routines in the management of breeding males.



7. animal welfare in of porcine livestock legislation on animal welfare. Trends and prospects for the future. Situation in the European Union.

Knowledge of the animals. Anatomy and physiology of the species of animals of income.

Differences between her that condition their different behaviors and capabilities.

Animal behavior. According to the species, breed, age, state behavior.

Anatomical factors, sensory and other shaping behavior. Stress and animal welfare. Adaptation. Concept and importance.
Social aspects of animal welfare. The point of view of animal welfare society. Animal welfare as economic factor of production. Impact of the lack of animal welfare in the productivity and quality of animal products. Ethical quality of animal production. Practical aspects of animal welfare. The facilities and equipment. Requirements for the different activities and different species and moments of the production.

Impact of the environment on animal welfare. In the middle of the politics land reform common requirements.

Plans of health alert. Emergency slaughter.

Specific legislation on animal welfare in pig farms.

Economic importance of the application of the law of animal welfare in the pig sector.

Specific physiology of pigs and their relation to behavior. Equipment for pig farms. Importance of intensive and extensive farming equipment.

Swine health plans. Handling of animals and its importance in the transmission of diseases.

Network health alert swine. Conditions of biosafety in swine farms.

Interventions in animals (castration, of tails, tusks etc.).

Animal welfare during transport of pigs.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the realization of production operations branch bristles, players and lactating pigs, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish framework for higher education qualifications), engineer or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 2: production of PIGS of rearing and bait level: 2 code: MF0005_2 associated with UC: production operations in growing pigs and bait duration: 120 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: perform reception and subdivision of piglets and fattened on the farm to facilitate its adaptation to it, following established protocol and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CE1.1 describing current systems of pig production.

CE1.2 list actions and explain criteria in the reception of individuals that contribute to good management and improvement of the production.

CE1.3 in a practical course on a farm of pigs according to established conditions:-note the previous actions carried out on facilities before the introduction in these animals.

CE1.4 quote the technical characteristics of the accommodation in order to optimize production.

CE1.5 enunciate the content of the rules that must be taken into account in the different activities.

C2: Control the environmental parameters of the exploitation and the feeding of the animals to optimize the State of overall well-being of animals and the production indices fixed, following established protocols and compliance with the applicable rules.

CE2.1 identify different body regions of animals on a drawing, presentation graphics, model or any computerized representation.

CE2.2 describe aspects of the morphology and physiology of the animals that show correct modes in the functioning of your respiratory system, digestive system, musculoskeletal system and skin.

CE2.3 list of behaviors common in animals that is detected a level (gradient) different from welfare.

CE2.4 describe the conditions of environmental comfort, mainly temperature and aeration, at every stage of the production process, identifying possible actions to be carried out in case of variation of the same.

CE2.5 identify different types of food and necessities for each productive time, the presentation and the frequency of offering animals.

CE2.6 calculate the growth rate or the rate of transformation of a batch from its weigh, knowing the amount of feed consumed over a given period of time.

CE2.7 in a practical course on a farm of pigs according to established conditions:-analyze different situations where relates to the external appearance of the animals (individually and collectively) food, and/or environmental factors drawing conclusions in this regard.

C3: Detect tampering of individual health or general (exploitation), through the observation of signs, symptoms, and preset parameters ensuring health and set production levels following established protocols and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CE3.1 list the main health problems that affect the productivity of a holding of porcine bait.

CE3.2 describe deviations from the values of productive parameters or group behaviors that betray predisposition to diseases collective.

CE3.3 describe methods of specimen collection for aid to the diagnosis of diseases.

CE3.4 in a practical course simulated in a bait farm swine with established conditions:-identify signs and individual symptoms that show alterations in health.

C4: Specify the actions laid down in the preventive health programme of the exploitation avoiding the appearance of diseases, following established protocols and complying with the applicable rules.

CE4.1 describe the actions of preventive control of ectoparasites (scabies, lice, and others) and internal parasites (intestinal and pulmonary nematodes) to ensure the health of the animals.

CE4.2 enumerating the actions of preventive treatments to the arrival of the animals at the production stage to promote acclimatization and better development.

CE4.3 quote kinds of vaccines and vaccination programs to apply in these periods.

CE4.4 in a practical course in a farm of pigs according to established conditions:-relate the actions prescribed in the health program and to comply with necessary hygiene standards.

C5: Specify the health actions carried out on the animals and ways of storage, conservation and the drug registration to comply with the applicable rules and established protocols.

CE5.1 identify the animals treated with medications for your annotation in the register of treatment schedules.

CE5.2 describe the storage and conservation of medicines to prevent alterations in them.

CE5.3 recognize health materials suitable for the correct application of medicaments.

CE5.4 in a practical course on a farm of pigs according to established conditions:-interpreting prescription drugs for its correct use and file them according to the applicable regulations.

CE5.5 list fields of the record derived from the application of drugs in animals.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.3; C2 regarding CE2.7; C3 on CE3.4; C4 on CE4.4; C5 regarding CE5.4.

Other capabilities: comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Demonstrate a good make professional.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Show some autonomy in the resolution of small contingencies related to its activity.



Contents: 1. management of piglets during the postweaning piglets in the post-weaning handling: reception, distribution in batches, adequacy and environmental control.

Main health alterations in rearing piglets.

Practical actions in the prevention of diseases for rearing animals: hygienic treatments; vaccinations and deworming; others.

Practical actions for the treatment of diseases in growing animals.

Basics on intensive swine feeding of breeding animals: food for rearing of pigs. Food distribution guidelines.

List of control and registration in growing animals.

Organization of work and performance in pig rearing routines.

Management of specific computer programs in pig rearing.



2 management of the fattened animal bait handling: reception, distribution in batches, adequacy and environmental control.

Practical actions in the prevention of diseases to bait animals: hygiene and preventive treatments.

Bites tail and ears in pigs of bait.

Diseases of pigs of bait.

Practical actions for the treatment of diseases in animals of bait.
Basics of intensive swine bait animal feed.

List of control and registration of pigs in bait.

Organization of work and performance in bait animals routines.

Management of specific software in pigs of bait.



3 health programme preventive and curative of rearing pigs and bait application and control of medicines in rearing animals and bait: systems and application modes. Period of suppression. Waste.

Alteration of the animal welfare factors: situations of stress, control of environmental parameters, bites tail and ears.

Practical actions in the prevention of diseases for animals for breeding and fattening: hygienic treatments; vaccinations and deworming; others.

Practical actions for the treatment of diseases in animals for breeding and fattening: follow-up of sick animals. Application of curative treatments.

Registration of treatments.

Storage and conservation of medicines.

Performance measures before dead farm animals. Treatment of waste of the health programme. Applicable regulations of occupational risk prevention.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the realization of production operations in pig breeding and fattening, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish framework for higher education qualifications), engineer or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 3: installations, machinery and equipment of the farm livestock level: 2 code: MF0006_2 associated with UC: assemble and maintain installations, machinery and equipment of livestock exploitation duration: 90 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: perform operations of preparation, cleaning, and packaging of farm facilities scheduled to keep them operating and disposal of waste generated complying with the applicable rules.

CE1.1 explain the usefulness and performance of the facilities and its regulation and control devices.

CE1.2 detailing the actions carried out, prior to the introduction of animals in a facility (all in all out).

CE1.3 identify the equipment and products required for each operation of cleaning, disinfection, disinsection, deratization and conditioning and their conditions of employment.

CE1.4 explain the actions carried out in the management of liquid manure, manure and removal of corpses.

CE1.5 indicate the measures applicable for the protection of animals in farming, of prevention of occupational hazards, protection of the environment and food security involving the refurbishment of facilities operations.

CE1.6 in a practical course of an installation of a livestock farm with a few conditions:-prepare to put up, the different elements of the installation.

-Perform the start-up and shutdown of the elements of the installation.

-Check the functioning of elements of control and regulation.

-Perform tasks of cleaning, disinfection, disinsection, deratization and conditioning at the times and conditions - personal safety measures.

C2: Carry out assembly operations and maintenance of first level (of use) of livestock facilities for conservation in State of use, fulfilling the applicable legislation concerning labour and environmental risk prevention.

CE2.1 explain the usefulness and performance of the systems installed in the exploitation and its regulation and control devices.

CE2.2 describe components of auxiliary systems, electrical installations, water, ventilation, heating and air conditioning as well as its maintenance.

CE2.3 describe the processes, materials and media to mount small livestock facilities.

CE2.4 explain the major peacekeeping operations, taking into account the required technical instructions.

CE2.5 describe the conditions of ventilation, heating and air conditioning necessary in installations and warehouses of the exploitation.

CE2.6 identify maintenance operations that require staff with higher qualifications.

CE2.7 indicate the measures of prevention of labour risks that affect the use of livestock facilities operations.

CE2.8 in a practical course of an electrical installation, water, ventilation, heating or air conditioning simulated, and established conditions:-assemble and disassemble simple electrical elements (lighting, outlets, switches, fuse).

-Assemble and disassemble pipes, valves, filters and other simple elements in water and heating facilities.

-Connect and isolate faulty lighting power lines.

-Perform the start-up and shutdown of the installation.

CE2.9 in a practical course of mounting a small facility or livestock equipment, with a few conditions:-prepare the ground using machines, tooling and tools appropriate to the defined system.

-Assemble and disassemble simple elements of the system.

-Check the correct functioning of the systems after installation.

-Carry out previous operations with skill, getting the rhythms and qualities of work required and applying the measures of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection.

C3: Operate the machinery, regulating it for the indicated performance, complying with the applicable rules of occupational risk prevention.

CE3.1 describe the mechanisms of operation of the machinery.

CE3.2 explain the process of operation of various functions of the equipment according to the manufacturer's instructions.

CE3.3 describe the procedures for regulation and adjustment of equipment depending on the working conditions.

CE3.4 enunciating standards of safety in the use of machinery and equipment to prevent risks personal and General.

CE3.5 indicate the measures of prevention of labour risks that affect the processes of operation of machinery.

CE3.6 in a practical course of management of livestock machinery laid down conditions:-identify the elements of drive and its function.

-Determine the appropriate work variables (speed, controls and regulations, tours and circuits work).

-Skillfully operate tractors and traction equipment getting the rhythms and quality of work required.

-Regulate the machinery and equipment used by applying the basic rules of safety and getting the rhythms and qualities of work required.

-Calculate work, yields and efficiencies of the machinery and equipment capabilities.

C4: Execute maintenance operations, basic repairs and simple adaptations in machinery and equipment, keeping them in a State of immediate use, using the materials and resources required and complying with the applicable rules.

CE4.1 describe major peacekeeping operations and their frequency in machinery and equipment of the exploitation, interpreting signs and technical instructions of the maintenance schedule.

CE4.2 describe tooling and tools required to perform the first level and basic repair operations.

CE4.3 explain the most important features of the equipment, spare parts and materials (oils, filters, fuel, belts, conveyor belts, augers, and others) used in the maintenance of the machinery of exploitation.

CE4.4 indicate the measures of prevention of labour risks that affect the operations of maintenance of machinery and equipment of exploitation.

CE4.5 in a practical case of a machine or equipment, according to conditions set forth both in their specifications as of use:-describe the operations to be carried out at all times for maintenance of first level.

-Determine the necessary tools to maintain it.

-Manage skilfully selected tools.

-Distinguish the repairs or improvements that must be made on workshop by qualified personnel that can be performed on the farm.

-Check the correct functioning of the machine after maintenance.

-Register maintenance operations and observed incidents indicating the time advisable to repeat the operation.

-Apply the standards of prevention of occupational risks.

-Eliminate the residues of maintenance in accordance with standards of occupational risk prevention and preservation of the environment.
C5: Specify the measures of prevention of occupational risks in facilities of the holding and the use of machinery and equipment, adapted to work situations and preserving the environment for the applicable regulations.

CE5.1 explain the requirements of hygienic and personal security that should meet the installations, machinery and equipment used in the operation and describe the measures necessary for its correct use.

CE5.2 identify the factors of impact on the environment of the operation of the installations, machinery and equipment of the holding.

CE5.3 justify the importance of the environmental protection measures.

CE5.4 identify the factors and most common risk situations in facilities and in the use of machinery and equipment; analysing their causes and deduce its consequences.

CE5.5 describe properties and form of use of the clothes and items of personal protection appropriate to the operations will be performed.

CE5.6 identify devices and security measures in the management of installations, machinery and equipment of exploitation and recognize the rules of hygiene and protection of the environment.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.6; C2 CE2.8 and CE2.9; Regarding CE3.6 C3 and C4 on CE4.5.

Other capabilities: comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Demonstrate a good make professional.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Show some autonomy in the resolution of small contingencies related to its activity.



Contents: 1. components and conditioning of cattle types and systems of accommodation and facilities of the livestock farm. Installations of storage, preparation and distribution of feed solid or liquid. Environmental requirements for ships. Ships environmental factors: humidity, temperature and ventilation, heating, cooling and lighting. Automatic environmental control systems. Facilities for the storage and conservation of other inputs. Other facilities and equipment.



2. components, maintenance and basic repairs at facilities of water, electricity, heating, ventilation and air conditioning water systems: deposits, net, drinking fountains, filters, pumps, disinfection equipment, other.

Electrical installations in cattle. Heating, ventilation and air conditioning installations.

Auxiliary facilities.



3. equipment for the cleaning, disinfection, insect, pest control, management of by-products and disposal of waste equipment, materials and products of cleaning and disinfection: features, components, maintenance and regulation.

Equipment and products of insect and rodent control: features, components, maintenance and regulation. Facilities for the management and utilization of by-products and organic, chemical, and biological waste.

Cattle by-products disposal: disposal systems, environmental problems. Receiving, cleaning and disinfection of livestock vehicles. Related legislation.



4. safe procedures in the use of facilities and systems of livestock exploitation risks and prevention of accidents and damage to the use of facilities of the holding. First aid and emergencies in the exploitation of systems, facilities and personal protection items. Handling and storage of toxic and dangerous products: fuels and Flammables. Lubricants. Handling, storage, and records of medications. Handling, storage, and records of waste and livestock by-products. Preservation of the environment with the use of facilities. Legislation related to occupational health.



5 machinery and equipment livestock exploitation needs of machinery and equipment in stockbreeding operations. Types, components, adjustment and adaptations. First level of machinery and equipment maintenance. Basic repair of faults in machinery and equipment. Materials for the maintenance and basic repair of machinery and equipment for cattle. Lubricants: characteristics, classification and applications. Fuels: characteristics, types. Other materials.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the installation and maintenance of installations, machinery and equipment of the farm, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework), or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.

Annex II professional qualification: gardening and restoration of the landscape professional family: agrarian level: 3 code: AGA003_3 general competition schedule and organize the activities necessary for the installation and maintenance of parks and gardens, landscape restoration, as well as the human and material resources available to applying criteria of prevention of occupational hazards and protection of the environment.



Competition UC0007_3 units: manage and execute the installation of parks and gardens and restoration of the landscape UC0008_3: manage and carry out the conservation of parks and gardens UC0009_3: manage the machinery, equipment, and facilities of gardening UC0727_3: topographic operations in agriculture, gardening and forestry works professional environment professional develops his professional activity in the Department of production of the gardening area dedicated to the installation restoration and maintenance of parks and gardens and firms that work in the natural environment and new emerging sectors in urban green roof, in entities of public or private, nature in large, medium and small enterprises, both self-employed and employed. It develops its activity depending on your case, functional and/or hierarchical from a superior. You may have staff occasionally, seasonally or stable. In the development of the professional activity apply the principles of universal accessibility in accordance with the applicable legislation.



Productive sectors lies in agriculture, within the subsector of gardening, forestry and environmental management.



Occupations and jobs relevant terms from the following list of occupations and jobs are used with generic and all-inclusive nature of women and men.

Workers in conservation of urban parks, historical and Botanical Gardens technical flowers and/or responsible gardening or agricultural foremen of orchards, greenhouses, nurseries or gardens, in general advisers agricultural designers consultants gardens for gardening professional users of plant protection products (qualified level) training associated (690 hours) training modules MF0007_3: installation of parks and gardens and restoration of the landscape (210 hours) MF0008_3 : Maintenance and upkeep of parks and gardens (180 hours) MF0009_3: mechanization and gardening (150 hours) MF0727_3 installations: topographic operations at work for agriculture, gardening and forestry (150 hours) unit of competition 1: manage and execute the installation of parks and gardens and the landscape restoration level: 3 code: UC0007_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1 : Interpreting a project of installation of a garden or green area, to determine the process to be followed in accordance with budgets and deadlines, verifying that the applicable regulations are complied with.

CR 1.1 measurements are performed by verifying that they conform to plane and are feasible.

CR 1.2 headings of the project and units that comprise it are valued way to date.

CR 1.3 technical conditions in the project are controlled by checking the proper development of the same in terms of dates of planting, species, conditions of contract and guarantees.

CR 1.4 headings plantation, movements and planned infrastructure (electricity, sanitation, playgrounds) check that they comply with the applicable rules.

1.5 CR techniques and methods to develop the work of installation or implementation of the garden are set according to the specifications of the project.
2 RP: Designing gardens that do not require the drafting of a project, to determine the process to be followed and verifying that the applicable regulations are complied with.

2.1 CR the topographic plane of the ground rises or one existing, interpreted by supplementing it if required.

CR 2.2 climatic, soil and landscape characteristics of the area to landscaping and the environment as well as the functionality of the garden and the preferences of the customer are analyzed, as a point of departure and conditioning factors of the design.

CR 2.3 vegetable and non-plant a garden area elements are represented on a plane, in accordance with the determined zoning, according to criteria of shape, volume, distribution and color.

CR 2.4 elements of the project are represented in a way, standard for its subsequent interpretation plan.

3 RP: Organizing the work of a gardening project, to define procedures and techniques required, setting up calendars, checking that the applicable regulations are complied with.

CR 3.1 units of measurement of the elements of the garden are checked by items (earthworks), conditioning of infrastructures and equipment, floors, plantations, verifying that the project is complete.

CR 3.2 installation of a gardening project work are valued, quoting each of the batches.

CR 3.3 works calendar is set, sequentially for the execution of the installation of the gardening project.

CR 3.4 movements of land, infrastructure, plantations, equipment, facilities and furniture will re-evaluate, then placing them on the ground according to the data contained in the plans.

CR 3.5 conditioning of ground operations are performed, in accordance with the technical specifications of the project.

CR 3.6 works for the installation of the equipment and garden furniture are organized, in accordance with the technical specifications.

3.7 CR plant to use material is inspected, verifying that it meets the requirements of the project and its sanitary and aesthetic conditions.

CR 3.8 the execution of techniques and methods for the plant implementation, infrastructure and equipment is organized according to the scheduled tasks.

CR 3.9 primary peacekeeping operations are established and organized, according to the specifications for the delivery of the garden.

3.10 CR the whole of the work is verified, after completing the work, checking that it meets the conditions of the project.

4 RP: Monitor the work of implementing a revegetation of the natural environment or landscape restoration project, to determine the procedures and techniques required, verifying that the applicable regulations are complied with.

CR 4.1 headings of the successive phases of the work are verified, checking that they have been defined, quantified and valued in the project.

CR 4.2 technical planning and timing of work are established, according to the specifications of the project.

4.3 CR materials and products to be used are reviewed, verifying compliance with the specifications laid down in the technical specifications of the project.

4.4 CR plant to use material is inspected, verifying that it meets the requirements of the project and its sanitary and aesthetic conditions are those set out.

CR 4.5 techniques of landscape action in public works (slope of road, highway, railway, water channels) are established, integrated into the landscape.

CR 4.6 techniques of landscape restoration in the recovery of tailings, dumps, quarries, mines and other degraded areas are established, integrating them into the landscape.

CR 4.7 revegetation techniques are determined by the installation of herbaceous and shrub stratum in deforested mountain regions.

CR 4.8 the work of preparation prior to planting, planting and hydroseeding and own the revegetation of the natural environment or landscape restoration are organized by defining tasks to be carried out.

4.9 CR the whole of the work is inspected, once completed the work, verifying that it meets the conditions of delivery of the project.

RP 5: Monitor implementation of an indoor garden project works, to establish procedures and techniques required, verifying that the applicable regulations are complied with.

CR 5.1 installation of indoor garden work are valued by quoting each of the batches.

CR 5.2 the timing of work sets sequentially for the execution of the installation of the gardening of interior project.

CR 5.3 employees, artificial or natural substrates are inspected, making sure that they are suitable for the cultivation of small areas or containers.

CR 5.4 other elements of decoration and lighting (pots, small fountains, planters) are reviewed by verifying that they respond to the characteristics provided for in the project in terms of aesthetics, measures and durability.

The remaining elements of decoration and lighting 5.5 CR (pots, small fountains, planters) are reviewed by verifying that they respond to the characteristics provided for in the project in terms of aesthetics, measures and durability.

5.6 CR plant to use material is inspected by verifying that the choice of species and variety is correct and its sanitary and aesthetic conditions are required.

CR 5.7 the execution of techniques and methods for the plant implementation, infrastructure and equipment is monitored as planned.

CR 5.8 primary operations are organized according to the specifications for the delivery of the garden.

RP 6: Manage the human resources required for the installation of parks and gardens and the restoration of the landscape according to the objectives and activities laid down and verifying that the applicable regulations are complied with.

CR 6.1 distribution of works and the guidelines of operation for installation of parks and gardens are set, taking into account the default activities.

CR 6.2 relating to work performed, staff and identified means of production problems are solved with the available means.

CR 6.3 installation of parks and gardens are verified, by checking compliance with the plan of prevention of occupational risks and giving the necessary instructions for correction otherwise.

CR 6.4 human resources for the installation of parks and gardens are distributed, adapting the characteristics and qualifications of persons to the requirements of the jobs.

CR 6.5 the duties and responsibilities of human resources are assigned to each worker, in such a way that group run and completed operations, compliance objectives.

CR 6.6 new staff is technically advises on aspects related with the job to deal with.

6.7 CR reports and parts of the work to develop are established, hours of work, performance and cost controlling and evaluating the results of the activities carried out.

CR 6.8 facilitates involvement of the group in achieving the set objectives, creating a pleasant working environment, assessing the attitudes of participation, initiative and creativity of the workers in charge.



Professional context: means of production: sampling equipment. Measuring equipment. Photography equipment. Garden design software. Computer programs for surveying and drawing. Material and installation tools of gardens, green areas, landscape restoration and revegetation of the natural environment.



Products and results: project of installation of a garden or parkland interpreted and broken down. Gardens without prior project designed. Organized and supervised a project of indoor or outdoor gardening works. Human resources required for the installation of parks and gardens and the landscape restoration managed.



Used or generated information: information on soils, climate, Botany. Gardening plants (trees, shrubs, herbaceous plants, cut flowers), shapes, colour and sizes of plants. Native flora of the land subject to performance. Information on irrigation systems, characteristics and use. Catalog and instructions of use of lighting, furniture and different material infrastructure of gardens. Catalogues and pricelists of nursery plants and other plant material. List of prices for gardening projects. Gardening project measurements, plans, budgets. Information about analysis of lands, waters, fertilizers. Catalogs of seeds, plants, fertilizers. Literature botanical general and specific species to be used. Catalogues on use and maintenance of the irrigation systems. Catalogues of material infrastructure. Applicable security and specific legislation on gardening and the environment. Instructions for use of lighting, furniture and different material infrastructure of gardens. Gardening project. Inventory of species. Analysis of soil and irrigation water.



Unit 2 competition: Manage and carry out the conservation of parks and gardens level: 3 code: UC0008_3 realizations professionals and performance criteria:
RP 1: organize the conservation, maintenance and restoration of the plant elements of a garden area (inside or outside), to define the procedures and techniques, verifying that the applicable regulations are complied with.

CR 1.1 the structural components of the garden or landscaped area is inventory, previously to the planning of the process of conservation and maintenance according to pre-established criteria.

CR 1.2 the work of conservation and maintenance of a garden are valued, quoting each of the batches.

CR 1.3 conservation programme is established, organized according to both plant species and cultural care of them.

CR 1.4 needs of new plantations, restoration or replacement of plant elements, are valued, preparing a previous inventory, programming and planning work and defining the existing problems.

CR 1.5 cultural work (soil preparation, cava, bina, weeding, Subscriber, manuring, irrigation, cleaning, among others), are monitored, noting that used the methods required for each operation and that the available resources are optimized.

CR 1.6 work, sowing and transplantation of plant material gathered, verifying that the methods specified for each operation used.

CR 1.7 pruning and restoration efforts are organized, adapting the current situation of trees and shrubs to the required functionality and target.

CR 1.8 measures of prevention, detection and control of pests and diseases are applied, in accordance with the plan, assessing the scope and magnitude.

CR 1.9 manipulation and application of plant protection products, as well as the regulation and management of equipment and machinery, is monitored, checking its correct application and compliance with the applicable regulations.

RP 2: Organize the conservation, maintenance, and restoration of infrastructure, equipment and furniture of a landscaped area, overseeing its implementation and verifying that the applicable regulations are complied with.

CR 2.1 inventory of infrastructure, equipment and furniture is made programming its conservation, maintenance and restoration, defining the existing problems, according to pre-established criteria.

CR 2.2 conservation of infrastructures, equipment and furniture is made, defining the planned work.

CR 2.3 possible necessary improvements in infrastructure, equipment and furniture are evaluated and planned for developing a programme of restoration and maintenance.

3 RP: Coordinating human resources for the management and conservation of parks and gardens on the basis of the objectives and activities laid down, to optimize them.

CR 3.1 distribution of work and guidelines for working in the conservation of parks and gardens are set, taking into account the default activities.

CR 3.2 relating to work performed, staff and identified means of production problems are solved with the available means.

CR 3.3 conservation of parks and gardens are verified, checking compliance with the applicable occupational risk prevention plan, giving instructions for correction otherwise.

CR 3.4 human resources for the preservation of parks and gardens are distributed, adapting the characteristics and qualifications of persons to the requirements of the jobs.

CR 3.5 tasks and responsibilities of human resources are assigned to each worker, in such a way that group run and completed operations, compliance objectives.

CR 3.6 new staff is technically advises on aspects related with the job to deal with.

3.7 CR reports and parts of the work to develop are established, hours of work, performance and cost controlling and evaluating the results of the activities carried out.

CR 3.8 the involvement of the group in achieving the set objectives, facilitates, creating a pleasant working environment, assessing the attitudes of participation, initiative and creativity of the workers in charge.



Professional context: means of production: sampling equipment. Software of management of the conservation and maintenance of landscaped areas. Pitfalls of different equipment plant protection products plant protection treatments. Gardening project. Inventory of species. Fertigation equipment. Computer equipment. Software for budgeting.



Products and results: budgets for maintenance and conservation of parks and gardens. Programmes of conservation, preservation and restoration of garden area. Vegetable and non-plant items in perfect state of conservation and maintenance.



Used or generated information: information on soils, climate, Botany. Gardening plants (trees, shrubs, herbaceous plants, cut flowers), shapes, colour and sizes of plants. Native flora of the land subject to performance. Irrigation systems, characteristics and use. Catalog and instructions of use of lighting, furniture and different material infrastructure of gardens. Catalogues and pricelists of nursery plants and other plant material. List of rates for works of conservation and maintenance of landscaped areas. Gardening project measurements, plans, budgets. Information about analysis of lands, waters, fertilizers. Catalogs of seeds, plants, fertilizers. Literature botanical general and specific species to be used. Inventory of species which supports their development and plant health. Vademecum for plant protection products. Catalogues on use and maintenance of the irrigation systems. Catalogues of material infrastructure. Rules of prevention of occupational risks and specific legislation in the field of gardening and the environment. Instructions for use of lighting, furniture and different material infrastructure of gardens. Gardening project. Inventory of species. Use and maintenance of machinery catalogues. Rules of prevention of occupational risks and specific legislation.



Unit 3 competition: Manage the machinery, equipment and facilities of gardening level: 3 code: UC0009_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: schedule the daily maintenance and newspaper plants, machinery and equipment for gardening, for its operation when they are required, verifying that the applicable regulations are complied with.

CR 1.1 maintenance of installations, machinery, equipment and tools of gardening plan is set, optimizing costs and times and by controlling its execution.

CR 1.2 LDDD gardening facilities program is planned with the advice of the competent technical manager.

CR 1.3 implementation of the LDDD programme teams are prepared and maintained, following the protocols established by the competent technical manager.

CR 1.4 implementation of the LDDD programme is monitored according to established protocols and in collaboration with the competent technical manager.

1.5 CR first level of machinery, equipment and installations of gardening in the short and medium term (cleaning, lubrication, oils and filters, among others) is programmed, overseeing that the fulfillment of the methods, working and management phases of the same time.

1.6 CR chips and parts of maintenance work on facilities is completed, according to the protocols laid down for their subsequent file.

RP 2: Controlling the operation and use of the machinery, equipment, and facilities of gardening, to avoid deterioration and risk in their use, verifying that the applicable regulations are complied with.

CR 2.1 the operation of machinery and equipment is verified, checking that it meets the established approval criteria.

CR 2.2 review of facilities is organized, overseeing that they are suitable for the required use and taking corrective measures if not.

CR 2.3 hygiene and cleanliness of facilities, equipment, utensils and personal manipulator is monitored according to Protocol established, detecting possible anomalies and taking preventive or corrective measures where appropriate.

CR 2.4 procedures apply to the periodic inspection of the machinery, equipment, and facilities of gardening, are established according to the manuals and maintenance plans.

CR 2.5 criteria for the use of installations, machinery and gardening equipment, are established following the manuals and use plans, monitoring compliance with them.

CR 2.6 use of the equipment and machinery of gardening is recorded in a daily part of work, indicating times of performance, consumption and caused disruptions and its causes.

CR 2.7 machinery which should drive on public roads, is monitored, ensuring that it meets the provisions of the highway code.

CR 2.8 equipment for firefighting, both in plants and machinery of gardening requiring them, are reviewed, ensuring provision for immediate use and verifying their signage.

3 RP: Organize a workshop for maintenance and repairs of machinery and gardening equipment, to prevent shipments to specialized workshops, taking into account the resources available and the operations to be carried out, verifying that the applicable regulations are complied with.
CR 3.1 the collection of materials from the workshop is scheduled depending on the quantity and characteristics of maintenance and repair operations planned.

CR 3.2 workshop is organized in such a way that their equipment and tools are in condition for immediate use.

CR 3.3 of supplies and materials costs operations, adjusting to the previously elaborate calculations.

CR 3.4 «stock» materials, tools and spare parts is verified, assessing the needs of supply in the short and medium term.

CR 3.5 conditions of storage and conservation of materials, tools and the shop tools are monitored by checking that they are the best.

CR 3.6 the technical supplies and suppliers information is logged for your back file, keeping it updated.

3.7 CR received material is reviewed, proving that corresponds to the requested and that its status and operation is correct.

4 RP: Supervise the operations of preparation, maintenance, repairs and sunsets on the verge of installations, machinery and gardening equipment, following the schedules so that the equipment is in use, check that the applicable regulations are complied with.

CR 4.1 response to emergency situations is coordinated, assessing the gravity, stopping work (where necessary), communicating the contingency and applying the relevant plan.

CR 4.2 measures of protection and security to be adopted in each case are enforced in relation to the media and the people.

CR 4.3 technical documentation and other available sources of information are sorted, updated and analyzed, determining the scope of the possible malfunctions or failures and preparing a report for action.

CR 4.4 operations to be carried out by a specialized workshop are identified, distinguishing them from those that can be carried out on the holding by its simplicity.

CR 4.5 works of replacement of elements and damaged parts are verified, checking that they have made with the required material and following established work procedures.

CR 4.6 repairs cost basic carried out in the own workshop are recorded, by attaching it to the technical-economic report of the machinery.

RP 5: Manage the acquisition or replacement of machinery, equipment and gardening tools to meet the objectives established taking into account technical and economic criteria, developing reports, and verifying that the applicable regulations are complied with.

CR 5.1 periodic registration of the times of operation of the machinery of gardening sets, including faults produced and consumed (diesel fuel, oil) materials.

CR 5.2 comparison between the cost of use and offers of service at market prices is carried out regularly, valuing the convenience of using their own or rented equipment.

CR 5.3 acquisition/replacement of equipment and machinery of gardening is proposed when appreciate differences between actual costs and made forecasts or when faults prevent systematically meet the established work programme.

CR 5.4 prepares the report of replacing machines and garden equipment that are depreciated, obsolete or non-profitable, by referring to the technical and economic documentation.

CR 5.5 economic technical report for the establishment of the procurement plan is elaborated, indicating: performance, purchase price and cost of use of the machinery and gardening equipment.

6 RP: Coordinating human resources management facilities, machinery, material and equipment for gardening, to optimize them according to the objectives and activities laid down.

CR 6.1 distribution of works and the guidelines of operation for facilities management, machinery, material and garden equipment are set, taking into account the default activities.

CR 6.2 relating to work performed, staff and identified means of production problems are solved with the available means.

CR 6.3 facilities management jobs, machinery, material and garden equipment verify, by checking compliance with the applicable occupational risk prevention plan, giving the instructions required to correct otherwise.

CR 6.4 human resources are distributed, adapting the characteristics and qualifications of persons to the requirements of the jobs.

CR 6.5 the duties and responsibilities of human resources are assigned to each worker, in such a way that group run and completed operations, compliance objectives.

CR 6.6 new staff is technically advises on aspects related with the job to deal with.

6.7 CR reports and parts of the work to develop are established, hours of work, performance and cost controlling and evaluating the results of the activities carried out.



Professional context: means of production: machinery, equipment and installations of gardening. Machines for transport, loading and unloading. Tools and implements. Spare parts. Equipment and workshop for maintenance and repairs. Structures and installations of gardening. Manuals on maintenance of facilities, equipment and machinery of gardening processes.



Products and results: installations, machinery and equipment for gardening in State of use. Reduction of mechanical problems and incidents by failure to apply preventive measures and elements and organs in a timely replacement. Acquisition/replacement of gardening machinery technical reports completed and archived. Workshop for repair and basic maintenance of gardening machinery managed.



Used or generated information: workshop of machines and equipment for gardening and technical information about benefits and work capabilities and service manuals. Possibilities and limitations of gardening to use machinery. Processes of maintenance of installations, machinery and gardening equipment. Rules of prevention of occupational risks. Code of the circulation and complementary regulations. Work sheets.



Unit 4 competition: Perform operations topographic in works for agriculture, gardening and MONTES level: 3 code: UC0727_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: interpret maps and plans to organize the sequence of surveying work described in the projects and technical agriculture, gardening and forestry plans.

1.1 CR symbols and maps labels mean, according to the legend, interpreting its meaning.

CR 1.2 is calculated from the scale, both the distance between two points on the map or drawing graphics as numerically, using different media (rule, scale ruler, curvimeter).

1.3 CR the troughs and partitions are located on a map or drawing, playing the highlight from the level curves.

CR 1.4 watersheds of different order are identified, by contour lines, estimating its surface with various methods.

CR 1.5 longitudinal profiles of routes marked on the map are drawn, by adjusting the scales horizontally and vertically to the needs of the representation, to analyze the relief.

CR 1.6 roads and other roads are plotted on a map or drawing, playing the relief not exceeding a value of maximum slope.

2 RP: Organize fieldwork of surveying and leveling simple depending on the purpose of them, optimizing resources and in compliance with the applicable environmental rules and prevention of occupational risks.

CR 2.1 field is recognized, locating its limits and detecting accidents, obstacles, and unique elements that could influence the work.

CR 2.2 field sketch is drawn clearly to facilitate data collection and the subsequent Cabinet work.

2.3 CR appliances and means of measurement for surveying or simple leveling work are selected, according to their availability and the degree of precision required.

CR 2.4 working method is decided depending on the devices and/or means of measurement and constraints to achieve established outcomes.

CR 2.5 operations to be carried out are scheduled, according to the logic of the measuring method to minimize costs, taking care to not interfere with the development of other activities.

3 RP: Operating devices and topographical resources, performing measurements, to carry out work of surveying and stakeout simple leveling, complying with the applicable rules.

CR 3.1 parking devices is done on a tripod firm, focusing the Plumb and calando levels to measure with precision and safety.

CR 3.2 apparatus is geared to measuring its height over the ground for obtaining planarity measurements and altimetric exact.

CR 3.3 the status of use of appliances is checked to fix, if required, adjust and confirm that the unit is complete and ready to be used.

3.4 CR GPS, total station and level are managed, checking its accuracy of operation, to perform measurements.

CR 3.5 decided working method is put into practice depending on the devices and/or means of measurement and constraints to achieve accurate results.
3.6 CR distances, slopes and angles measured by different appliances are read according to their degree of precision for the execution of the work of surveying and stakeout and simple leveling.

CR 3.7 level differences between several points are determined with accuracy to mark earthworks and small movements of land in agriculture, gardening and mount work.

3.8 CR instructions to carriers of milestones, reflectors and others are expressed in a clear and concise manner to avoid unnecessary time loss and errors in the final result.

CR 3.9 the problems posed in terms of work performed, staff and means of production are identified, evaluating your solution.

3.10 CR data and relevant observations are recorded in the record of field to operate with them in the Cabinet.

4 RP: Draw simple drawings to scale, and calculate the required surfaces and slopes from surveying measurements.

CR 4.1 the scale of the drawing is set to get a drawing provided with the selected paper size and the information that you want to represent.

CR 4.2 plane is drawn to scale, using field data and clear symbols to get a true representation of reality.

CR 4.3 plane is oriented, pointing north, and adds a legend of the symbols used and a cartouche with sufficient information so that the plane can be interpreted without a doubt by a third party.

CR 4.4 finished plans dual standard, binding them together with the rest of the documentation.

CR 4.5 surfaces and slopes are calculated, by applying the required formula to each method of measurement, within the degree of precision required.

5 RP: Rethinking points and geometric shapes moving information from the plane to the ground, with the precision and the required signaling method, complying with the applicable rules.

CR 5.1 levels, in relation to the scale and represented elements, are interpreted, to program the layout work and detect errors or omissions.

CR 5.2 the reconsideration is scheduled to coordinate its realization with the calendar of activities envisaged in the working area.

CR 5.3 the layout sketches are made to represent the elements of reference providing the further redesign work.

CR 5.4 reference points are located exactly on the ground for the reconsideration.

5.5 CR points, alignments, curves and geometric figures will re-evaluate using methods and suitable to produce a result within the degree of precision required and minimizing costs.

CR 5.6 roads and other roads will re-evaluate to not exceed a maximum value of slope, minimizing costs, following the instructions of a superior or reflected in a project or technical plan.

CR 5.7 instructions assistants who perform signs are expressed clearly and concisely, avoiding loss of time and errors in the final result.

CR 5.8 redefined elements are designated with auxiliary elements (plaster, stakes, flags, among others), secured so that they are visible and do not move with the movement of people or machinery.

CR 5.9 problems raised in relation to the work performed, staff and means of production are identified and valued for its solution.



Professional context: means of production: stakes, milestones, you look, banners, nails, paint and other materials from signage. Roulettes, tapes, squares, Plumb. Compasses. Tripods. Levels. Total station. Reflectors. G.P.S. receivers means of protection and auxiliary. Communication equipment. Computer equipment: computers, printers, plotters and scanners, tools of cartographic interpretation of the territory. Surveying and drawing programs. Tooling and drawing board. Pedometers, planimeters, scales.



Products and results: sequence of work organized on a plane land surveying work. Topographical works of agriculture, gardening and forestry operations. Devices correctly parked and collected measurements. Representative of the field plans to scale. Points and geometric figures created on the ground.



Used or generated information: cartography. Aerial photograph. Use of devices and survey equipment manuals. Programming work and sketches. Drawings of the project and/or sketches for the reconsideration. Programming of the layout work. Work sheets. Data records.



TRAINING module 1: installation of parks and gardens and landscape level restoration: 3 code: MF0007_3 associated with UC: manage and execute the installation of parks and gardens and restoration of the landscape duration: 210 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: analyze the documentation of a gardening project, interpreting and evaluating the parts that comprise it.

CE1.1 describe the different parts that make up a gardening project.

CE1.2 relate the topographic and soil characteristics of the terrain and the rest of the project's environmental conditions.

CE1.3 select species depending on the needs and climate and characteristics of the area.

CE1.4 from a practical course of analysis of a gardening project documentation:-analyze the information contained in the project.

-Set the work needed to develop it.

C2: Run the operations necessary for the reconsideration of a gardening project by selecting the techniques, materials and means for their implementation.

CE2.1 define the process of data collection and elaboration of a topographic map, determining the materials and means necessary for its realization.

CE2.2 describe the process to follow to carry out measurements and outline of the field object's landscaping, describing the equipment and resources necessary for carrying out the work, carefully driving the measuring devices and taking the data neatly.

CE2.3 from a practical course of reconsideration of a gardening project:-organize the execution of the layout of all the elements of the garden, vegetable and non-plant, selecting the most appropriate techniques, as well as materials and resources necessary for the realization.

-Budgeting tasks of reconsideration of a gardening project.

C3: Organizing operations for the installation of a garden using the techniques, materials and media most appropriate to each case.

CE3.1 describe the process to carry out the execution of a project of gardening, establishing a calendar of operations and sequences.

CE3.2 describe the rules of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection.

CE3.3 from a practical course of installation of a landscaped area:-determine the processes to carry out the operations of installation of infrastructures (roads, ponds, mains, drainage, bridges, walls, irrigation and drinking water network).

-Planning processes to carry out the preparation and correction of the deficiencies of soil, layout and planting of plant species.

-Organize processes to carry out the operations of layout and installation of equipment and garden furniture.

-Set the operations of primary conservation for the delivery of a garden based on the fulfillment of the contract documents.

-Estimate the work of installation of a gardening project.

C4: Analyze the process of organization and control of the work of restoration of the landscape, depending on the corresponding project.

CE4.1 explain the procedures for the planning of the work of restoration of the landscape.

CE4.2 describe the process to be followed for the restoration of the landscape of the natural environment.

CE4.3 describe the process of organization and supervision of the work of planting, sowing and other works necessary for the restoration of the landscape.

CE4.4 identify landscape techniques appropriate to a perfectly defined case of restoration.

CE4.5 define the procedures suitable for carrying out the work of planting, seeding and restoration techniques.

CE4.6 from a practical course of restoration of the landscape with a few conditions:-estimate the work of landscape restoration or reclamation of the natural environment.

-Establish the technical landscape and processes for the realisation of the works of restoration of the landscape.

C5: Carry out operations for the installation of an indoor garden using the techniques, materials and media most appropriate to each case.

CE5.1 describe the process to carry out the execution of a project of indoor gardening.

CE5.2 identify the value of each of the batches of installation of an interior garden that later will be used to draw up the final budget.

CE5.3 define the different types of substrates and their specific characteristics.

CE5.4 noted the characteristics of the elements of decoration or lighting an indoor gardening project.

CE5.5 starting from a practical course of installation of a garden of interior with a few conditions:-determine the processes to carry out vegetable implementation operations.

-Set processes of preparation of substrates required.

-Plan layout and installation of the elements of decoration and lighting operations.
-Plan and organize the operations of primary conservation for the delivery of an interior garden depending on the fulfilment of the contract documents.

-Establish the plan of monitoring and compliance with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.4; C2 regarding CE2.3; C3 on CE3.3; C4 on CE4.6; C5 regarding CE5.5.

Other capabilities: demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies related to its activity.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Use of time and effort in expanding knowledge and information for use in their work.

Learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. history of gardening landscaping project. Styles of gardens. Analysis of basic documents. The graphics of the vegetal elements. Designs: conditions prior. Software design of garden areas. Software for budgeting. Management of databases on elements of gardening. Typology of public and private parks. Restoration projects. Measurements and budgets.



2 infrastructure, equipment and furniture gardens infrastructure, furniture, and equipment: roads, stairs, water games, seed beads, pergolas, frames, banks, wastepaper baskets and others. Characteristics, materials, construction stages. Irrigation and drainage: installation and systems. Lighting networks. Drinking water and sanitation networks. Children's games. Machines, tools and specific means. Maintenance, restoration and conservation of infrastructure and equipment. Applicable regulations of occupational risk prevention.



3 elements plant nomenclature and identification of species of hardwoods, conifers, shrubs, turf, climbing, annual and perennial, bulbous, aquatic, palms and Succulents, etc. Characteristics and use. Criteria for the selection of species. Quality standards.



4. execution of the project interpretation of a project. Reconsideration of the plans. Implementation schedules. Implementation of infrastructure and furnishings. Implementation of plant elements. Primary maintenance. Material resources and human needs, organization and supervision. The quality management, rules of prevention of occupational risks, environmental regulations. Measurements and budgets.



5. restoration of the landscape landscape restoration projects. Study of the natural environment: climate, soil, topography, vegetation, fauna, landscape, etc. Planning and timing of the restoration work defined in the project. Human and material resources: needs, organization and supervision. Landscape restoration techniques.



6 gardening of Interior Interior landscaping project: drawings, interpretation, materials and media, stages of implementation. Interior Landscaping and infrastructure: planters, flowerpots and other containers, lighting fixtures, sheets of water, sources, suppliers, litter bins, benches and other furniture. Plant elements of interior: nomenclature and identification, characteristics and use. Irrigation and drainage of Interior Landscaping: drainage, materials, choice of system, mounting. Irrigation, water requirements, planning and choice of system, mounting. Fertigation. Features substrates, choice and use. Hydroponics.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the management and execution of the installation of parks and gardens and the landscape restoration, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic education of level 2 (Spanish framework for higher education qualifications), engineer or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 2: maintenance and preservation of parks and gardens level: 3 code: MF0008_3 associated with UC: manage and carry out the conservation of parks and gardens duration: 180 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: analyze the documentation of a project of installation of a garden or green area, interpreting and evaluating the parts that comprise it and complying with the applicable rules.

CE1.1 describe the different parts that make up a gardening project.

CE1.2 identify the topographic and soil characteristics of the land.

CE1.3 from a practical course of analysis of a project of installation of a garden or parkland documentation:-Verify that the projected infrastructures meet applicable regulations.

-Interpret the information of the project.

C2: Determine the processes for the Organization and direction of maintenance and restoration of the plant elements by applying advanced techniques.

CE2.1 describe the procedures for the planning of the work of maintenance and restoration of parks and gardens.

CE2.2 describe the process of organization and supervision of the work of maintenance and restoration of parks and gardens.

CE2.3 establish procedures for an inventory of vegetal elements forming part of the landscaped area.

CE2.4 determine the procedure to be followed for the elaboration of a calendar of conservation and maintenance of gardens, organizing the works referred to in the program.

CE2.5 from a practical course of organization of maintenance work on a project for the conservation of a park or garden:-estimate the work of maintenance and restoration of the plant elements of a garden with certain conditions.

-Establish appropriate procedures for accomplishing the tasks of implementation of new plant species, as well as the maintenance and conservation of the existing.

-Select environmentally friendly maintenance and conservation procedures with the environment.

C3: Schedule the processes of organization and direction of the work of maintenance and restoration of infrastructure, equipment and furniture of a landscaped area, applying the most suitable techniques.

CE3.1 describe the procedures for the planning of the work of maintenance and restoration of infrastructure, equipment and furniture of a landscaped area.

The CE3.2 is describing the process of organization and supervision of the work of maintenance and restoration of infrastructure, equipment and furniture of a landscaped area.

CE3.3 define the procedures to perform an inventory of non-plant items that are part of a garden area.

CE3.4 determine the procedure for the elaboration of a calendar of conservation and maintenance of a landscaped area, organizing and supervising the works referred to in the program.

CE3.5 budget for the maintenance and restoration of infrastructure, equipment and furniture work.

CE3.6 describe the factors to be considered, determining whether to perform the replacement or installation of new non-plant items and process to follow in the repair, restoration and conservation of the same.

CE3.7 summarize the problems of infrastructure, equipment and furniture of a landscaped area and explain the causes of its deterioration.

C4: Prescribing pesticides required to combat the problem, according to good agricultural practices.

CE4.1 explain the composition and indications of plant protection products, pointing out the mechanism of implementation of each of them.

CE4.2 before a health problem given, select more specific products and to help preserve the auxiliary fauna and with a minimal or no impact in the middle.

CE4.3 describe the dose and timing of application of a plant protection product according to the problem detected, State phenological and other conditions.

CE4.4 in a practical course on land or from the information necessary for a plant health problem:-analyse the possible products to use driving the appropriate technical documentation.

-Choose the product or products and the most suitable time of application on the basis of their toxicity, from the State defined phenological, safety and efficacy against harmful agent.

-Select, with the same active ingredients, product which by its cost and effectiveness is most appropriate, taking into account the regulations of environmental control.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment:
C1 on CE1.3; C2 regarding CE2.5; C3 on CE3.5; C4 on CE4.4.

Other capabilities: demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies related to its activity.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Use of time and effort in expanding knowledge and information for use in their work.

Learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. elaboration of project documentation and maintenance of parks and gardens inventory of all structural components of the garden or landscaped area. Assessment of the work of conservation and maintenance of a garden. Budgeting of items. Establishment of the conservation programme. New plantings, restoration or replacement of plant elements.



2. pruning of plant elements inventory of vegetal elements and analysis of the needs of pruning. Material means and human welfare, organization and supervision. Physiology and Anatomy of the plant item. Pruning techniques. Pruning height. Measurements and budgets. The quality management, rules of prevention of occupational risks, environmental regulations. Applicable regulations of occupational risk prevention.



3. maintenance and conservation of mowing lawns. Profiling of edges. Irrigation. Subscriber. Scarifying and airy. Gravels. Reseeding. Control unwanted plants. Harmful biotic and abiotic agents. Material means and human welfare, organization and supervision. Measurements and budgets. The quality management, rules of prevention of occupational risks, environmental regulations.



4. other tasks of maintenance and conservation irrigation. Subscribers and amendments. BINAS and hoeing. Replacements and transplants. Tree grates. Cleaning and waste management. Maintenance and upkeep of facilities and furnishings. Measurements and budgets. The quality management, rules of prevention of occupational risks, environmental regulations.



5. phytosanitary treatments crop pests; classification, description and damage that produces.

Methods of pest control. Importance of non-chemical methods. Means of plant protection.

Strategies and techniques for the integrated pest management; Biological control and other alternative techniques for the control of pests in different cultures. General principles of integrated pest management. Decision making in plant protection and initiation to comparative assessment. Practices identification of pests and organisms of biological control and its management.

Integrated production and organic production.

Plant protection products: active substances and preparations commercial. Description and classification. Choice of plant protection products. Identification and interpretation of labels and safety data sheets: classification and labelling. Pictograms, signal words, risk phrases or safety warnings, safety advice, symptoms of intoxication and user guidelines.



6. Prevention of risks in the application of phytosanitary treatments risks arising from the use of plant protection products for the environment. Measures to reduce these risks, including measures of emergency in case of accidental contamination. Good environmental practices in relation to the preservation of natural resources, biodiversity, flora and fauna. Protection and special measures.

Endangerment of plant protection products for the health of the people; risks to the consumer by residues of plant protection products (way to avoid them and measures of emergency in case of accidental contamination, food safety and health alert concept, risks to the general population and vulnerable groups), risks to the applicator (poisoning and other health effects), health surveillance of the population exposed to pesticides. First aid practices.

Structures of health surveillance and access to report on any incidents or suspected incident.

Measures to reduce the health risks: operator exposure levels. Possible risks from mixtures of products made. Protection of the applicator and preventive measures. Personal protective equipment.

Practices for the identification and use of PPE.

Correct sequence during transport, storage and handling of plant protection products.

Phytosanitary treatments. Preparation, mixing and application.

Methods of application of plant protection products. Factors to consider for an efficient and correct implementation. Importance of the dosage and application volumes.

Application equipment: description and operation.

Cleaning, adjustment and calibration of the equipment.

Maintenance, reviews and periodic inspections of the equipment.

Practices of revision and calibration of equipment. Risks related to the use of pesticides application equipment.

Disposal of empty containers. Management systems. With rules.

Traceability. Food and feed hygiene requirements. Registration of pest and treatments on agricultural holdings. The notebook of exploitation.

Legislation affecting the use of PF: purchase, transportation and storage. Authorization and registration of plant protection products, and measure that affects the use of the same.

Methods to identify illegal plant protection products and risks associated with its use. Offences, penalties and offences.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the management and conservation of parks and gardens, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic education of level 2 (Spanish framework for higher education qualifications), engineer or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 3: MECHANIZATION and facilities at garden level: 3 code: MF0009_3 associated with UC: manage the machinery, equipment, and facilities of gardening duration: 150 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: determine the status and operation of facilities, equipment and machines from a company of gardening and the compliance with applicable regulations.

CE1.1 describe the types and components of plants and gardening machinery.

CE1.2 State the characteristics of the State and operation of installations and machines for gardening, according to the work plan.

CE1.3 the technical parameters for the control of the operation of a computer and their correct values according to the work to be performed and the characteristics of the equipment.

CE1.4 define the criteria economic technician who value the correct functioning of the equipment based on the results.

CE1.5 analyze the causes that produce equipment malfunctions, misuse, careless regulating, improper maintenance, wear and tear, obsolescence or others, whether they be indicating possible solutions.

CE1.6 list the standards of prevention of occupational risks and laws relating to each installation, equipment and machinery.

CE1.7 in a practical course of operation of a machine, equipment or installation in a gardening company:-identify its elements of regulation and control.

-Define the ideal value of technical variables for proper operation.

-Identify anomalies in the State and performance of the components of the equipment.

-Record the values of the variables of work during a given period of time, using job journals, review and control tables.

-Calculate the results of the work carried out with the help of computer media.

-To determine the causes of performance and anomalous results.

-Determine the possible corrections and improvements.

-Compare the optimal level of performance with the results of the work.

C2: Program operations and the functioning of machines, equipment and installations, according to the plan of production of a company of gardening and the applicable regulations.

CE2.1 describe the machinable operations, the right time and the time available to perform them as well as the amount of work involved in each operation.

CE2.2 relate each operation with the equipment necessary for its realization.

CE2.3 describe the operations that must be done sequentially, setting the limits for its realization.

CE2.4 list the variables of the teams to work to achieve the required performance.
CE2.5 describe the procedures affecting the scheduling of work operations, to achieve a reasonable level of safety and hygiene.

CE2.6 calculating capabilities of working on machines depending on the variables of performance, taking into account time and work efficiencies.

CE2.7 describe the conditions and characteristics of the operations of transportation of raw materials, equipment and staff especially when they are made by public roads and taking into account the following variables:-route and frequency of transport.

-Weight and dimensions of the load.

-Compliance with regulations of circulation.

-Insurance of transport, loading and unloading procedures.

CE2.8 in a practical course of programming of operations with machinery, equipment or installations in a gardening company:-define the mechanized work operations.

-Describe the machines, equipment and installations to make them and their characteristics.

-Calculate the time needed to perform each operation.

-Calculate the cost of machining work.

-Indicate the procedures and operations of transportation necessary for the correct performance of the programme of work of the road rules and safety requirements.

-Record all information scheduled for its subsequent interpretation of graphic and easily intelligible way.

-Order the operations by determining the right time.

C3: Handling machines, equipment and installations of gardening in terms of security companies.

CE3.1 describe equipment drives.

CE3.2 enumerate variables according to the circumstances of the operation to perform.

CE3.3 describe the basic safety standards in the management of machines, equipment and installations.

CE3.4 handle drives of machines, tractors and equipment with basic levels of skill.

CE3.5 in a practical course of management of a machine, equipment or installation in a gardening company:-check the correct state and preparation of the equipment before using it.

-Identify the drives of your computer and its functions.

-Operate properly with the machine, equipment or installation.

-Apply the basic rules of prevention of occupational risks.

C4: Plans of maintenance of all equipment, facilities and machines of a gardening company optimizing existing resources.

CE4.1 describe major peacekeeping operations and their frequency, in machinery and facilities, taking into account the required technical instructions.

CE4.2 describe the equipment and tools needed in peacekeeping operations.

CE4.3 describe the most important characteristics of the equipment, spare parts and materials used in the maintenance of garden equipment.

CE4.4 define the conditions and procedures to be followed in maintenance for a proper application of the rules of prevention of labour risks for the treatment of waste and preserving the environment.

CE4.5 given a practical course of development of maintenance plans for buildings and mechanical equipment in a gardening company:-determine the operations of maintenance and its periodicity.

-Identify the equipment to perform certain operations.

-Develop a full programme of maintenance operations.

-Calculate the quantities and times for the supply of spare parts, tools and materials according to the established planning.

-Graphically design the maintenance program for its quick interpretation.

-Design daily incidents for the registration of operations and maintenance.

-Check the standards of prevention of occupational risks in the maintenance tasks.

-Calculate the costs of maintenance.

-Manage the acquisition of spare parts and other maintenance materials.

C5: Organize the installation and management of a workshop according to the needs of maintenance and repairs with the required guarantees of safety and hygiene.

CE5.1 describe the technical documentation required for the provision and operation of the workshop teams and carrying out maintenance and repair operations.

CE5.2 describe the main techniques of diagnosis and repair machines and gardening equipment.

CE5.3 list equipment for measuring and testing for diagnosis and troubleshooting.

CE5.4 describe the procedures, methods and approximate times for repair and maintenance operations.

CE5.5 performing the necessary checks on finished repairs.

CE5.6 describe equipment workshop for the repair and maintenance of the company and machinery of gardening.

CE5.7 describe the equipment, spare parts and materials needed to carry out the workshop operations and their storage conditions.

CE5.8 describe the conditions of work and personal protection to meet adequate levels of safety and hygiene in the workshop.

CE5.9 describing the systems for storage and disposal of waste from the workshop.

CE5.10 given a practical course of organization of a workshop of repair and maintenance in a park of gardening machinery:-list the equipment and materials necessary for its repair and maintenance.

-Distribute a workshop areas and the provision of equipment, including the storage of spare parts and materials.

-Design repair orders, work parties, tables of diagnosis and technical documentation for the proper organization of the work of workshop.

-Fix the procedures and rules of work verifying that safety and hygiene requirements are met.

-Distribute the work of workshop.

-Check and check the quality of the work of workshop.

-Calculate the cost of more frequent repairs.

C6: Develop plans for acquisition, renewal or disposal of machinery, equipment and facilities in a gardening company depending on their profitability and production plan.

CE6.1 describe the equipment and machines needed a garden according to your production plan company.

CE6.2 define the dimensions and technical characteristics of the equipment taking into account:-the capabilities of work required for the operations envisaged in the plan of production.

-The characteristics of the area, affecting the possibilities of mechanisation.

-Schedules and costs per unit of output for different alternatives for acquisition, rental or ownership.

CE6.3 summarize the technical and commercial documentation on equipment and machines to buy.

CE6.4 describe the technical and economic criteria for purchase, renew, or discarded machines and equipment at the right time.

CE6.5 describe the adaptation of equipment, tools and existing installations to the production plan according to the degree of use and profitability.

CE6.6 given a practical course of a plan of acquisition, renewal or disposal of machinery or equipment in a gardening company:-establish teams that want to rent, share, or have exclusive.

-Set the right time to purchase according to the production plan.

-Rating commercial offers for the acquisition of a team.

-Propose improvements of use, renewal or acquisitions of machinery park.

-Completed specifications for the acquisition of equipment and facilities.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.7; C2 regarding CE2.8; C3 on CE3.5; C4 on CE4.5; C5 regarding CE5.10; C6 with respect to CE6.6.

Other capabilities: demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies related to its activity.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Use of time and effort in expanding knowledge and information for use in their work.

Learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. gardening components and operating facilities. Review and diagnosis facilities. Types of gardening facilities. Components of gardening facilities. Control of temperature, humidity, light, etc. Equipment and products of cleaning, disinfection and conditioning most common gardening facilities. Safety devices on the premises. Tables and measuring equipment and facilities review.



2. gardening components and operating machinery. Review and diagnosis of the operation of garden tractors specialized machinery. Machinery, tools and garden equipment. Gardening machinery components. Performance and applications of the devices for regulation and control of the machinery of gardening. Safety devices on machinery of gardening. Tables and measurement and review of machinery equipment. Use and control of the mechanized operations. Operations scheduling and control of the results of the machining work. Use of machinery in field variables. Transport operations. Rules and conditions of circulation for public roads.



3. selection of gardening machinery
Machining needs. Criteria for replacement and renewal. Adaptation of the machinery park to the gardening company. A company of gardening machinery park. Criteria for replacement, disposal or incorporation of equipment and its impact in the rest of the Park of machinery and the cost per unit of output.



4. Prevention of occupational risks in installations and machinery of gardening specific standards of safety and health for the operation of installations and machinery of gardening. Personal protection measures. First aid. Procedures on use of machinery and facilities, handling and storage of hazardous and toxic products, preservation of the environment clean and safe.



5. maintenance of facilities and machinery of gardening preventive of facilities maintenance and gardening machinery. Workshop and repair of faults. Sizing of a workshop. Equipment for a workshop. Description, operation, care, and preparation. Materials for repair and maintenance. Programming and review of workshop operations. Diagnosis of faults, repair procedures, checks, repairs. Assessment and repair budgets. Safety and hygiene in repair and maintenance. Storage and environmentally friendly workshop waste disposal systems. Applicable regulations of occupational risk prevention.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the management of the machinery, equipment, and facilities of gardening, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish framework for higher education qualifications), engineer or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 4: operations topographic in works for agriculture, gardening and MONTES level: 3 code: MF0727_3 associated with UC: topographic operations in agriculture, gardening and forestry work duration: 150 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: acknowledge contours, scales and symbols used in surveying, and the relief of the terrain using maps or topographical maps.

CE1.1 specify the relation of similarity between the numerator and the denominator of a scale.

CE1.2 explain the representation of the relief by maps and/or dimensional drawings and the meaning of the level curves.

CE1.3 explain the relationship between topographic maps and aerial photographs of the same area.

CE1.4 describe the different cartographic software applications available and its use.

CE1.5 given a so-called practical with a map and/or flat topographic from given conditions:-determine the dimension of different points and natural and reduced distances between them.

-Search for landmarks that appear in the legend and read their geographic coordinates and UTM.

-Determine the paths between pairs of different points using sexagesimal and centesimal degrees.

-Differentiate between watercourses and dividing and draw the boundaries of a watershed.

-Draw a longitudinal profile, by adjusting the horizontal and vertical scales.

-Mark possible ways and other roads travel not exceeding a maximum value of slope.

C2: Schedule work in surveying methods and simple leveling based on the characteristics of the land and the resources available for the preparation of a land, complying with the applicable rules.

CE2.1 recognize the characteristics of different media and topographical equipment used in surveying and simple levelling work.

CE2.2 explain different methods of work used in surveying and levelling simple.

CE2.3 explain the procedure of measurement of distances, slopes and angles with each of the devices used in surveying and simple levelling.

CE2.4 explain the decomposition into triangles and coordinate methods used in surveying.

CE2.5 explain the method of radiation used in surveying work.

CE2.6 explain the simple levelling method.

CE2.7 in a practical course of a job surveying or simple leveling from given conditions:-identify accidents, obstacles, and unique elements that could influence the work.

-Draw a sketch of the work area.

-Decide on the method of measurement in relation to the conditions and the means available.

-Program work to make it subject to the decided method, reducing costs and complying with the standards of prevention of occupational risks.

C3: Determine the operation of appliances and topographical equipment used in surveying and levelling simple.

CE3.1 interpret the instruction manual for a GPS device, a level and a total station.

CE3.2 differentiate the parts and components of the devices and survey equipment and explain its function.

CE3.3 explain the procedures of parking and orientation of topographic apparatus used in surveying and levelling simple.

CE3.4 recognize the sources of error in the handling of tools and topographic apparatus and explain its correction.

CE3.5 establish the distribution of the necessary work for surveying and simple levelling operations and operating guidelines.

CE3.6 identify problems that may arise in the work, personnel and means of production, indicating the necessary measures for its solution.

CE3.7 in a practical course work on surveying by direct measurements and leveling simple operating with equipment and topographic media from given conditions:-identify the factors that would hamper or constrain the execution of the works.

-Check that the devices are working properly.

-Park and orientate the topographic apparatus used in surveying works by direct measurements.

-Measure slopes and angles reduced, and geometric distances, using different units of measure.

-Locate the vertices that define the perimeter of the plot and the intermediate points that are considered necessary.

-Triangular plot and measure it with different media and/or equipment, transmitting orders relevant to personal assistant.

-Choose the most suitable radiation Center and measuring radii using different means or devices, transmitting orders relevant to personal assistant.

-Mark the dimensions of a more or less explanado terrain, using a level and transmitting orders relevant to personal assistant.

C4: Design plans and calculate surfaces and slopes from surveying measurements.

CE4.1 quote the standard paper sizes used in the preparation of plans and recognize different drawing tools.

CE4.2 list the units of measurement of distances, slopes, angles and surfaces and convert some to others.

CE4.3 stating the different formulas used in the calculation of surfaces, according to the measuring method used.

CE4.4 given a practical course of drawing from a real or fictitious measures from given conditions:-determine the scale that better adjusts to the level of detail desired for the representation.

-Decide the size of the paper and the most appropriate drawing scale.

-Draw a simple plane, orienting it correctly.

-Complete the composition with the symbols that are required, the corresponding legend and a cartouche with all the necessary information.

-Folding plans conforming to standard.

-Calculate surfaces and earrings using different graphics and mechanical or electronic methods.

C5: Planning works of redesign in agriculture, gardening and forestry work.

CE5.1 list the means employed in the realization of layouts.

CE5.2 describe the techniques used in the reconsideration of alignments, curves, points and geometric figures.

CE5.3 explain the procedure to be followed in the field for the location of a point from another acquaintance, knowing the reduced distance that separates them and bearing.

CE5.4 in a practical course of reconsideration in agriculture, gardening and forestry works:-interpret the plan and prepare a sketch of the layout.

-Describe points, parallel and perpendicular, curved alignments, and geometric figures, transmitting orders relevant to the helpers.

-Draw up a calendar of setting out appropriate to the programme of activities of the agricultural, forestry, farm or garden.

-Establish the distribution of the necessary work for the stakeout operation and operation guidelines.

-Identify the problems arising in the work, personnel and production means taking the necessary measures for its solution.
Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.5; C2 regarding CE2.7; C3 on CE3.7; C4 on CE4.4; C5 regarding CE5.4.

Other capabilities: demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies related to its activity.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Use of time and effort in expanding knowledge and information for use in their work.

Learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. topography. Interpretation of maps and plans units of measurement used in topography.

Trigonometric reasons. Angles: classes, units of measurement, and transformations.

Slopes, slopes, natural, geometric and reduced distances.

Dimensional representation system: application to the interpretation of the relief.

Numerical and graphical, scales transformations of lengths and surfaces.

Geographic coordinates and UTM systems.

Transformations.

Errors. Interpretation of drawings. Most commonly used standardised scales and limits of visual perception. Orientation: North astronomical, magnetic north and magnetic declination. Contour. Dividing and watercourses. Longitudinal profiles: horizontal and vertical scales, symbology and labeling. Symbols and legends. Notions of Photogrammetry. Stereoscopic vision of the relief.



2 equipment and useful topographic topographical instruments: Roulettes, tapes measuring, range finders, compasses, total stations and positioning by satellite (GPS) receivers. Topographic tools: communications equipment, weights, levels, brackets, tripods, miras and reflectors. Signaling elements. Parts and operating principles. Accuracy and application.



3. works of surveying and leveling simple sketches, diagrams and drawings: preparation, interpretation and failure detection. Measures of distances. Mapping of perpendicular.

Measurement of angles. Planimetric methods: by decomposition into triangles, by abscissas and ordinates, radiation by polar coordinates.

Altimetric methods: simple levelling. Annotation of data.

Realization of plans: tooling and drawing techniques. Calculation of surfaces: mechanical or electronic procedures and formulas used. Applications of calculus.



4 I layout object of the stakeout.

Methods: direct measurement, satellite positioning techniques, photogrammetry.

Setting-out of points. Reconsideration of parallel and perpendicular straight alignments. Reconsideration of curves. Geometric figures. Work scheduling and sequencing of the same. Devices and media used. Checks and corrections.



5 safety in the work of field and basic legislation related to topographic work in farming, gardening and forestry operations policy applicable on occupational risk prevention.

Applicable environmental regulations.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to topographic operations in agriculture, gardening and work montes, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish framework for higher education qualifications), engineer or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.

Annex III professional qualifications: auxiliary activities in professional family agriculture: agricultural level: 1 code: AGA163_1 general competition run operations in support of preparation of the land, planting, cultural care, collection, irrigation, Subscriber and application of phytosanitary treatments on agricultural crops, complying with the applicable rules.



Competition UC0517_1 units: auxiliary operations for the preparation of the land, sowing and planting of agricultural crops UC0518_1: auxiliary operations for irrigation, Subscriber and application of treatments in agricultural crops UC0519_1: perform auxiliary operations in cultural care and harvesting crops, and in the maintenance of the facilities on farms professional environment professional develops his professional activity in the production department dedicated to farming entities of public or private, nature in large, medium and small companies, both on their own and others regardless of their legal form. It develops its activity depending on your case, functional and/or hierarchical from a superior, likewise, is trained to carry out phytosanitary treatments at the basic level, professional activity subject to Regulation by the competent administration. In the development of the professional activity apply the principles of universal accessibility in accordance with the applicable legislation.



Productive sectors lies in the agricultural sector, in the relative sector a: agricultural holdings; extensive farms; horticultural holdings; fruit farms; arable crops and cut flowers, nurseries and seed farms.



Occupations and jobs relevant terms from the following list of occupations and jobs are used with generic and all-inclusive nature of women and men.

Agricultural laborers agricultural pawns pawns in horticulture pawns in fruit-growing pawns on arable crops pawns pawns in packaging plant horticulture professional users of plant protection products (basic level) training associated (330 hours) training modules MF0517_1 in cut flower crops: operations in support of the preparation of the land, planting and crops (120 hours) MF0518_1: operations in support of irrigation , Subscriber and application of treatments on agricultural crops (120 hours) MF0519_1: auxiliary operations on crops and maintaining facilities on farms (90 hours) unit of competition 1: perform operations auxiliary for preparation of the land, sowing and planting of crops agricultural level: 1 code: UC0517_1 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: prepare the ground manually or with small machinery, for the implementation of the plant material, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

1.1 CR the preparation of the soil, through operations: cleaning, clearing and mulching is done, preparing it for further work, at the required time and with suitable tools, following instructions.

CR 1.2 amendments and preliminary subscribers, are incorporated into the ground, evenly to improve their physical, chemical and biological properties, in the established dose, following instructions.

1.3 CR equipment, tools and machinery used to prepare the ground cleaned, and disinfected if required, instructions for their subsequent placement in the established place.

1.4 CR equipment, tools and machinery used in the preparation of the land are maintained for its operation and usage status.

RP 2: Perform basic work, manually or with small machinery, for the installation of infrastructures in planting agricultural crops, according to instructions, and complying with the applicable rules.

2.1 CR pits and ditches opens with suitable utensils and the dimensions established, accumulating land and signaling them, according to instructions.

2.2 CR materials for the installation of infrastructures (shade houses, tunnels, mulch, Windbreak, covers, greenhouses, nurseries, irrigation system or others) are downloaded, provide, extend or placed, following directions.

2.3 CR equipment, tools and machinery used in the installation of infrastructures are cleaned, and disinfected if required, instructions for their subsequent placement in the established place.

CR 2.4 equipment, tools and machinery used to perform basic jobs are maintained for its operation and usage status.

3 RP: Run the sowing, transplant or planting, manually or with small machinery, for the maintenance of planting agricultural crops, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

3.1 CR plant material is unloaded, protecting it and storing it in the conditions required to ensure its viability.

3.2 CR plant material is prepared, conditioned for the implementation, following the instructions received.
CR 3.3 distribution of vegetable and non-plant items is marked on the ground, using the techniques and means established CR 3.4 pits and ridges are performed manually or with small machinery, sizing them according to the plant material to establish, following instructions.

CR 3.5 ancillary propagation and reproduction operations are performed with the techniques required depending on the plant material.

3.6 CR plant material is sowing, transplant or plant, using manual means, at the moment and the established depth, following instructions.

3.7 CR plant material is covered, compacting the soil, if required, making irrigation of seat in the dose and mode indicated, to ensure its implementation.

CR 3.8 equipment, tools and machinery used to execute planting are cleaned, and disinfected if required, for their subsequent placement in the established place.

CR 3.9 equipment, tools and machinery used for installing infrastructures are maintained for its operation and use State.



Professional context: means of production: walking tractor. Manual brush cutters, harrows. Marqueo equipment. Mixers of substrates. Attack mesh and shadow. Equipment and tables of propagation: rooting of seedlings. Drains and drainage equipment. Equipment and irrigation facilities. Installations for cultivation: greenhouses, tunnels of acclimatization and hardening, microinvernaderos of propagation. Padded. Materials of structural support for greenhouses. Personal protective equipment. Tools and tooling. Mesh Windbreak Windbreak trees. Seedlings. Seeds, seedlings and plants. Chemical fertilizers. Organic fertilizers. Equipment for sampling of water and soils.



Products and results: ground for the implementation of the cultivation, preparation. Basic job, manually or with small machinery, made. Agricultural crops sown, transplanted or planted.



Used or generated information: Manual of operation and maintenance of machines and tools. Basic manuals on operations to be carried out. Plan of prevention of occupational risks in the enterprise. Manual of good environmental practices. Data sheets with information on the date and duration of the operation.



Unit 2 competition: Perform operations auxiliary for the irrigation, Subscriber and application of treatments in crop farming level: 1 code: UC0518_1 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: irrigating the crop, manually or using simple mechanisms to optimize the development of the crop, checking the operation of the installation, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

CR 1.1 manual or automatic installation of the elements of irrigation occurs, to ensure its operation, communicating potential incidents.

CR 1.2 simple breakdowns of facilities are repaired, replacing damaged in case required elements and checking its operation.

CR 1.3 manual risks apply uniformly in the set amount, without causing runoff, erosion or damage plants or seeds moving.

CR 1.4 simple watering mechanisms are activated in your case, the established form and checking its operation.

1.5 CR equipment, tools and machinery used for irrigation are cleaned, and disinfected if required, for their subsequent placement in the established place.

1.6 CR equipment, tools and machinery used for irrigation are maintained in State of use.

RP 2. Pay for the development of plants growing, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

CR 2.1 manure is collects, through mechanical means established, depending on the type of substance.

CR 2.2 manure is distributed manually, when necessary, dose and time established according to the type of substance and culture, according to instructions.

CR 2.3 the support work load and mechanized distribution of the fertilizer are made depending on the substance, culture and time of application, following instructions.

CR 2.4 equipment, tools and machinery used for the Subscriber are cleaned, and disinfected if required, for their subsequent placement in the established place.

CR 2.5 equipment, tools and machinery used in the Subscriber are kept in State of use.

3 RP: Apply phytosanitary treatments than small machinery to maintain the health of the plants, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

CR 3.1 machines and equipment used are reviewed to check that they are working properly.

CR 3.2 broth for phytosanitary treatments is prepared by mixing it in the form and proportion established, following instructions.

CR 3.3 waste containers and products used are removed, according to the applicable regulations.

CR 3.4 phytosanitary treatments are applied in a uniform manner, in dose, time and equipment, according to instructions.

CR 3.5 equipment, tools and machinery used in the application of phytosanitary treatments are cleaned, and disinfected if required, for their subsequent placement in the established place.

CR 3.6 equipment, tools and machinery used in the application of phytosanitary treatments remain in State of use.



Professional context: means of production: equipment of pumping equipment of fertirrigation, intakes, water, canals, reservoirs, tanks, pipes, sprinklers, emitters, filters, valves, manometers and irrigation materials. Chemical fertilizers. Organic fertilizers. Detection and pest capture equipment. Machinery and tools for handling individual to perform the mixing and application of pesticides and fertilizers: Bell, sprayers and spreaders. Plant protection products both chemical and biological, and containers for storage and transportation. Personal protective equipment.



Products and results: irrigated crops. Paid crops. Phytosanitary treatments applied.



Used or generated information: manuals of basic maintenance of irrigation facilities. Basic maintenance of machines and fertilizers distribution equipment manuals. Manual of basic maintenance of machines and equipment for plant protection treatments. Regulations of the occupational safety and health on use of pesticides, their employment limitations and security terms. Personal protective equipment. Plan of prevention of occupational risks in the enterprise. Manual of good environmental practices.



Unit 3 competition: Perform auxiliary operations cultural care and harvesting of crops, and in the maintenance of the installations in farms agricultural level: 1 code: UC0519_1 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: operations cultural (cava and binas, among others) for the maintenance of soil and crop, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

CR 1.1 maintenance of soil are made manually or with small machinery, in the timing, according to indications.

CR 1.2 basic training tasks are made to direct the growth of those plants that require it, following the instructions received.

CR 1.3 basic pruning and thinning efforts are made, manually or with a small tool, eliminating branches or stems indicated at the time established depending on the crop, according to instructions.

CR 1.4 foliar treatment operations are performed with the equipment, in the form and time established, following instructions.

CR 1.5 structures for protection and shelter of crops are handled basic form depending on the needs of the crop.

CR 1.6 equipment, tools and machinery used for operations cultural soil and crop maintenance are cleaned, and disinfected if required, for their subsequent placement in the established place.

CR 1.7 equipment, tools and machinery used for operations cultural soil and crop maintenance are kept in State of use.

2 RP: Collect products and agricultural by-products, preserving them for their subsequent destination and following instructions, complying with the applicable rules.

2.1 CR products and agricultural by-products are collected, manually or with small tools, at the time, and with the techniques listed, following recommended quality criteria.

CR 2.2 crop products are transported, for their conservation, following instructions CR 2.3 products and by-products of crops are classified, packaged them, where appropriate, and storing them to ensure their viability.

CR 2.4 the plant remains are arranged in the places indicated for later use.

CR 2.5 equipment, tools and machinery used in the collection and preservation of products and by-products agricultural are cleaned, and disinfected if required, for their subsequent placement in the established place.

CR 2.6 equipment, tools and machinery used for the collection and storage of products and agricultural by-products remain in a State of use.

3 RP: Perform auxiliary operations of exploitation for its conservation facilities, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules
CR 3.1 the holding facilities are cleaned with suitable products, equipment and tools.

CR 3.2 auxiliary work of disinfection, disinsectization and deratization are done with products, equipment and tools specified in the protocols, according to the instructions received.

CR 3.3 anomalies in installations are detected and reported to the responsible.

3.4 CR equipment, tools and machinery used for the operations of maintenance of facilities are cleaned, following instructions for subsequent placement in the established place.

3.5 CR equipment, tools and machinery used for the operations of maintenance of installations are maintained in State of use.



Professional context: means of production: herbicide application equipment. Brush cutter and grass. Equipment for application of foliar treatments. Tools for basic cultural and floor maintenance operations. Tools for collection, packaging and labels. Equipment for cleaning and first packaging of products and by-products. Equipment cleaning and sanitization of facilities. Personal protective equipment.



Products and results: cultural operations of soil, products and agricultural by-products collected, transported and stored. Facilities in a State of use.



Used or generated information: basic equipment and tools used operation and maintenance manuals. Basic manuals on grafting, pruning and thinning. Basic information on healing and phytoregulators and other treatments applied directly to crops. Manuals on soil management. Basic information on the collection and first packaging of products and by-products of the farm. Basic information about the packaging and storage of products and by-products. The structures of protection and shelter management manuals. Basic information about the products of cleaning and maintenance of installations. Rules of prevention of occupational risks at work. Data sheets with information on the date and duration of the operations carried out. Plan of prevention of occupational risks in the enterprise. Manual of good environmental practices.



TRAINING module 1: auxiliary of soil preparation, planting and crops level operations: 1 code: MF0517_1 associated with UC: auxiliary operations for the preparation of the land, sowing and planting of agricultural crops duration: 120 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: apply in different types of soil amendments, fertilizers and land preparation operations with techniques and established media, fulfilling the regulations on prevention of occupational and environmental risks.

CE1.1 describe the clearing and cleaning systems suitable for each case.

CE1.2 distinguish the different types of soil or substrates.

CE1.3 differentiate the types of amendments and fertilizers and their application method.

CE1.4 describe the work of preparation of the land according to the target set.

CE1.5 describe the work of cleaning and basic maintenance of equipment, tools, installations and machinery used.

CE1.6 define the labor and environmental risk prevention measures, related ancillary operations in the conditioning of the land or culture medium.

CE1.7 in a practical course of preparation of a soil with small machinery:-cleaning, clearing and mulching operations.

-Incorporate organic Subscriber and indicated mineral.

-Correctly use the equipment, materials and machinery suitable for different operations will be performed.

-Clean, sort and basically maintain the installations, machinery, equipment and tools used.

C2: Make the different elements and systems of protection and shelter of crops, and entry-level jobs for the installation of infrastructure, with the resources required and complying with the applicable rules CE2.1 to identify the elements of simple infrastructure on an agricultural holding.

CE2.2 describe installation of simple infrastructures for crop protection.

CE2.3 identify the building materials in the different infrastructures.

CE2.4 describe the work of cleaning and basic maintenance of machinery, equipment, installations and tools used.

CE2.5 define labour and environmental risk prevention measures, related to auxiliary operations on the installation of infrastructures.

CE2.6 - In a practical course of construction and installation of basic infrastructure for the implementation of the crop, from a project and given materials:-manually or using small machinery, ditches and holes required.

-Download and properly place the materials for the installation of shade houses, tunnels, mulch, nurseries, greenhouses, irrigation system or other infrastructure.

-Carrying out the work following a proper succession of tasks.

-Clean, sort and basically maintain the installations, machinery, equipment and tools used.

C3: Conduct the operations for the reception, conditioning and conservation of plant material, and sowing, transplant or planting techniques and media, in different cases, complying with the applicable rules.

CE3.1 describe the work of planting.

The CE3.2 is describing the work of transplant.

CE3.3 describe the work of planting.

CE3.4 describe the various forms and methods of sowing and planting.

CE3.5 describe auxiliary handling of plant reproduction and propagation operations.

CE3.6 identify the techniques of preparation, conditioning and conservation of plant material.

CE3.7 describe the steps of cleaning and maintenance of facilities, equipment, machinery and tools.

CE3.8 in a practical course of sowing, transplant or planting with small machinery or manually:-download correctly plants and seeds.

-Carry out the operations of preparation and conditioning of plant material.

-Mark in the field distribution of the plantation.

-Make holes and needed ridges.

-Perform auxiliary operations of reproduction and propagation.

-Perform precise seat watering and compaction.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.7; C2 regarding CE2.6; C3 on CE3.8.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others; showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. preparation of the ground or medium soil types. Methods for the preparation of the soil. Sequencing of operations to prepare the soil. Substrates. Types and mixtures. Work of preparation of the soil or growing medium. Techniques of Subscriber, fertilisation and amendments according to crops. Knowledge of equipment, tools and small machinery. Types, components and use of small machinery and equipment used in the refurbishment of the ground.



2. installation of infrastructures roof shades and types of meshes for shading. Types of greenhouses, greenhouses and tunnels. Roofing materials. Types of windshield. Irrigation systems. Types of upholstery. Types, components and use of small machinery and equipment used in the installation of small infrastructures.



3 seeding, planting and transplant morphological plant characteristics. Methods of preparation, conditioning and conservation of seed, seedling and plant. Sowing, transplant and plantation operations. Planting and seeding systems. Sowing times. Dose of sowing. Plantation frameworks. Nursery, Foundation, trays, chests of drawers and containers. Work of reproduction and propagation, using the products, materials and facilities required. Operations necessary for the production and protection of plants in nurseries and greenhouses. Types, components and use of small machinery and equipment used in the sowing, transplant or planting crops.



4 measures of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection in agricultural activities relationship trabajo-salud: regulations on prevention of occupational risks. Protection of the environment and elimination of empty containers: specific legislation. Legislation affecting the use of plant protection products. Offences and penalties.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer:
1 domain of knowledge and techniques related to auxiliary operations for the preparation of the land, sowing and planting of agricultural crops, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 1 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 2: auxiliary irrigation, Subscriber and application of treatments in agricultural crops level operations: 1 code: MF0518_1 associated with UC: perform auxiliary operations for irrigation, Subscriber and application of treatments on crop duration: 120 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: using the different elements of the irrigation system and their operating conditions, media and required procedures the measures of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental regulations.

CE1.1 identify the major components of an installation of irrigation, basically describing operation CE1.2 describe the optimal use of the manual elements of irrigation and the proper handling of the elements that form part of simple mechanisms in such a way that its application does not cause damage to the crop.

CE1.3 describe basic maintenance of an irrigation system.

CE1.4 describe the work of cleaning and maintenance of the facilities, equipment and tools used.

CE1.5 define labour and environmental risk prevention measures, related to auxiliary irrigation operations.

CE1.6 in a practical course of irrigation manual or powered by simple mechanisms:-check and communicate the incidences of the functioning of elements of irrigation.

Repair simple faults and replace the elements effectively impaired.

-Evenly apply the amount of water needed in the manual watering or properly perform the operation of simple mechanisms, where appropriate.

C2: Apply the main types of fertilizers in an area of culture, the media and established required procedures and preventive measures of applicable occupational hazards CE2.1 identify the types of organic fertilizers and their origin.

CE2.2 explain the basic characteristics of chemical fertilizers.

CE2.3 interpret the labels of chemical fertilizers.

CE2.4 describe the support work in the operations of load and mechanized distribution of organic and chemical fertilizers.

CE2.5 describe the operations of load and localized manual distribution of chemical and organic fertilizers.

CE2.6 detailing the work of cleaning, maintenance and preservation of equipment, installations, machines and tools used in loading, distribution and collection of chemical and organic fertilizers.

CE2.7 define labour and environmental risk prevention measures, related auxiliary transactions at the Subscriber.

CE2.8 in a practical course of manual payment or auxiliary operation:-perform the collection of fertilizers using corresponding mechanical means.

-Do the support work in the operations of load and mechanized distribution of fertilizers.

-Manually distributing manure in the doses and timing and evenly.

-Cleaning, disinfecting, sorting and basically maintain facilities, equipment, machines and tools used.

C3: Relate the main parasites of cultivation, the information collected in the container of the plant protection product and the operations of preparation with the application of products according to established indications.

CE3.1 identify the groups of parasites that affect crops.

CE3.2 describe the General characteristics of a product for phytosanitary treatment, by the information collected in the container.

CE3.3 interpret the symbolism of safety of plant protection products.

CE3.4 describe the operations of mixing, preparation of the broth and application in the established form and proportion.

CE3.5 detailing the work of cleaning, handling and basic maintenance of tools, equipment and facilities used in the treatments, according to the mode of application and the type of product used.

CE3.6 define labour and environmental risk prevention measures, related to the auxiliary operations on application of treatments.

CE3.7 in a case duly characterized treatments than small machinery:-check the machines and treatment equipment used to verify that they work correctly.

-Perform the operations of mixing and preparation of the established form and proportion.

-Apply phytosanitary treatments in a uniform manner, at the time and equipment.

-Clean, disinfect, handle appropriately, sort and basically maintain the installations, equipment and tools used.

-The measures environmental and occupational risk prevention with the correct use of the General and individual protective equipment, in previous operations.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.6; C2 regarding CE2.8; C3 on CE3.7.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others; showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. irrigation influence of climate on crop irrigation needs. Basic climatology: atmospheric meteors. Water in the soil: behavior. Basic application of irrigation systems: manual, automated drip, automated spray. Facilities of irrigation valves, tensiometers. The practice of irrigation: intensity, duration and time of application. Fertigation. Reading. Conservation, simple repair and cleaning of the irrigation system. Types, components and use of small machinery and equipment used in the irrigation of crops.



2 fertilizers plant nutrition. Organic fertilizers: types, origin and basic features. Fertiliser: manure. Liquid fertilizers: purines. Green manures. Mulch. Chemical fertilizers: basic characteristics. Fertilisers. Compound fertilizers. Interpretation of labels: wealth of the fertiliser. Distribution of organic fertilizers. Basic characteristics of used machinery. Trailers. Distributors. Cisterns. Support in loading and distribution work. Localized manual distribution of organic fertilizers. Cleaning and daily maintenance of equipment, tools and installations used by the Subscriber. Distribution of chemical fertilizers. Basic characteristics of used machinery. Hoppers. Distributors. Support in loading and distribution work. Localized manual distribution of chemical fertilizers. Cleaning and daily maintenance of equipment, tools and installations used by the Subscriber. Rules of prevention of occupational risks. Types, components and use of small machinery or equipment used in the fertilisation of crops.



3. plant protection treatments crop pests; classification and description.

Plant protection products; classification and description, importance and content labels and data sheets of safety, labelling, (glyphs, words of warning, risk phrases or safety warnings, safety advice, symptoms of intoxication and user guidelines).

Risks arising from the use of pesticides for the environment; measures to reduce these risks, including emergency measures in the event of pollution accidental, good environmental practices in relation to the preservation of natural resources, biodiversity, flora and fauna.



4. endangerment of plant protection products for the health risks for the consumer by residues of plant protection products; way to avoid them and emergency measures in the event of accidental contamination, food safety concept.

Risks to the general population.

Risks for the applicator; poisonings and other effects on health, first aid practices.

Structures of health surveillance and access to report on any incidents or suspected incident.

Measures to reduce the health risks; operator exposure levels. Possible risks from mixtures of products made. Protection of the applicator and preventive measures. Personal protective equipment.

Correct sequence during transport, storage and handling of plant protection products.

Methods of pest control, including alternative methods. Phytosanitary treatments. Preparation, mixing and application.

Application of plant protection products; methods and application equipment, factors to consider for efficient and correct implementation, cleaning, maintenance and periodic inspections of the equipment.

Relationship trabajo-salud: regulations on prevention of occupational risks.
Methods to identify illegal plant protection products and risks associated with its use. Offences, penalties and offences.



5 legislation related to agricultural activities relationship trabajo-salud: regulations on prevention of occupational risks. Protection of the environment and elimination of empty containers: specific legislation. Legislation affecting the use of plant protection products. Offences and penalties.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to auxiliary operations for irrigation, Subscriber and application of treatments on agricultural crops, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 1 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 3: operations auxiliary in the crops and of maintenance of facilities in farms agricultural level: 1 code: MF0519_1 associated with UC: auxiliary operations in cultural care and harvesting crops, and in the maintenance of the facilities on farms duration: 90 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: associating the main cultivated species and their cultivation techniques with soil and plant maintenance operations appropriate means and measures of occupational CE1.1 recognize the fundamental organs of plants and their function.

CE1.2 identify the main species of cultivated plants.

CE1.3 identify the characteristics and requirements of a kind used on agricultural holdings.

CE1.4 describe cultural routine operations applied to soil and plant that are made for the maintenance of the crop under optimal conditions.

CE1.5 describe the operations of general management of the structures of protection and shelter of the crops.

CE1.6 describe the auxiliary operations of reproduction and propagation.

CE1.7 describe the work of cleaning and basic maintenance of the facilities, equipment and tools used.

CE1.8 define labour and environmental risk prevention measures, related to auxiliary operations for the maintenance of the soil and plants, agricultural crops.

CE1.9 in a practical course of cultural routine operations:-performed manually or with small machinery maintenance of soil.

-Manually or with small tools perform basic tasks of trellising, pruning and thinning.

-Carry out the applications of foliar treatment with the team and in the form and time established.

-Manage basic form, structures of protection and shelter of crops - auxiliary operations of reproduction and propagation.

-Cleaning, disinfecting, sorting and basically maintain the facilities, equipment, and tools used.

C2: Perform the techniques of gathering, storage and packaging of products and agricultural by-products, using established media and complying with the applicable environmental rules.

CE2.1 describe the work of collection.

CE2.2 describe the conditions and operations necessary for the packaging and transport of products and by-products.

CE2.3 describe packaging and storage techniques necessary for conservation.

CE2.4 describe the operations of handling and treatment of plant debris.

CE2.5 describe the work of cleaning and basic maintenance of the facilities, equipment and tools used.

CE2.6 define labour and environmental risk prevention measures, related to auxiliary operations for the collection and preservation of agricultural crops.

CE2.7 in a practical course of collection and preservation of crops:-manually or with small tools to collect crops following recommended quality criteria.

-Winterizing products and by-products in the appropriate way to avoiding damage.

-Sorting, packing and storing products of crops in good condition.

-Perform a correct handling and destination of the plant remains.

-Cleaning, disinfecting, sorting and basically maintain the installations, equipment and tools used.

C3: Perform basic maintenance of facilities, with the required means and complying with the applicable rules CE3.1 describe a facility maintenance.

CE3.2 identify the General characteristics of cleaning and sanitizing products for the information collected in the container.

CE3.3 describe the operations of cleaning, disinfection, desinseccion and rat control, order, and basic maintenance of the facilities.

CE3.4 describe basic facilities, equipment and tools cleaning and maintenance tasks.

CE3.5 define labour and environmental risk prevention measures, related to auxiliary operations for maintenance in facilities.

CE3.6 in a case duly characterized study of basic maintenance in installation:-cleaning products, equipment and tools suitable - order and carry out basic maintenance of facilities, equipment and tools used.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.9; C2 regarding CE2.7; C3 on CE3.6.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others; showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. cultural operations Plant Physiology: vegetative growth, flowering and fruiting. Pruning. Pruning tools and equipment. General principles of pruning Woody, green and off-cuts. Management of fruit set and fruit thinning. Cultural activities for the maintenance of the growing conditions. Manual thinning. Greenhouse types most common structures and management. Plastics or covering materials and their characteristics. Soil management. Environmental and standards of prevention of occupational risks in cultural operations. Types, components and use of small machinery and equipment used in the cultural operations of crops.



2 collection and preservation of crops ripening process. Commercial and physiological maturation. Rates of maturation. Manual harvesting. Time and time of collection: tools and utensils. Hydraulic platforms for greenhouses. Containers for the reception and transportation. Facilities for the storage and conservation of crops, fruits and vegetables. Packaging and handling. Conservation systems. Treatment of waste. Types, components and use of small machinery and equipment used in the collection and preservation of crops. Environmental and standards of prevention of occupational risks in collection and preservation of crops.



3. basic maintenance on facilities protection of facilities and personal elements. Cleaning and disinfection materials and equipment: components, adjustment and maintenance. Equipment and basic maintenance of facilities. Disinfection, disinsectization and deratization: classification. Methods of struggle. Products. Risks and prevention of accidents and damage to agricultural facilities. Preservation of the environment with the use of facilities. Types, components and use of small machinery and equipment used in the maintenance of facilities.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the realization of cultural care ancillary operations and harvesting of crops, and in the maintenance of the facilities on farms, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 1 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.
-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.

Annex IV professional qualifications: auxiliary activities in nurseries, gardens and gardening professional family centers: agrarian level: 1 code: AGA164_1 general competition run operations in support to the implementation and maintenance of gardens, parks and green areas, as well as for the production and maintenance of plants in nurseries and garden centres, complying with the applicable rules.



Competition UC0520_1 units: auxiliary operations for the production and maintenance of plants in nurseries and garden UC0521_1 centers: perform auxiliary operations for the installation of gardens, parks and green areas UC0522_1: perform auxiliary operations for the maintenance of gardens, parks and green areas professional environment professional develops his professional activity in the production department dedicated to the installation and maintenance of gardens and green areas, and plant production entities of public or private, nature in businesses of all sizes, both on their own and others regardless of their legal form. It develops its activity depending on your case, functional or hierarchically higher also, is trained to carry out phytosanitary treatments at the basic level, professional activity subject to Regulation by the competent administration. In the development of the professional activity apply the principles of universal accessibility in accordance with the applicable legislation.



Productive sectors lies in the agricultural sector, within the subsector of gardening, in the following production activities: public services for parks, gardens and green areas. Gardening companies. Nurseries and garden centers.



Occupations and jobs relevant terms from the following list of occupations and jobs are used with generic and all-inclusive nature of women and men.

Pawns of gardening nursery pawns pawns of garden centres pawns of auxiliary playing fields of gardeners professional users of plant protection products (basic level) training associated (330 hours) training modules MF0520_1: basic operations in nurseries and garden (120 hours) MF0521_1 centers: basic steps for the installation of gardens, parks and green areas (120 hours) MF0522_1: basic operations for the maintenance of gardens , parks and green areas (90 hours) unit of competition 1: perform operations auxiliary for the production and maintenance of plants in NURSERIES and centres of gardening level: 1 code: UC0520_1 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: prepare the ground and mixtures of substrates for the production of plants with the tools required, follow instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

CR 1.1 field conditions by cleaning it, desescombrando it, and clearing it with the tools required for the subsequent work, following instructions.

CR 1.2 amendments and preliminary fertilizers are incorporated into field evenly to improve their physical, chemical and biological properties.

CR 1.3 tasks of preparing the ground for sowing or planting are carried out at the required time according to the conditions of the environment, according to instructions.

CR 1.4 components of substrates, as well as amendments and fertilizers, are homogeneously mixed in required proportions, according to the plant to implement material.

CR 1.5 substrate is watered to keep with a humidity level required, according to instructions.

1.6 CR equipment, tools and machinery used in the preparation of the ground and substrates are cleaned, for subsequent placement in the established place.

1.7 CR equipment, tools and machinery used in the preparation of the ground and substrates are kept in State of use.

RP 2: Perform the basic jobs of infrastructures for the protection of plants and irrigation, according to instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

2.1 CR pits and ditches opens with the dimensions shown, accumulating land and signaling them according to established protocols.

2.2 CR materials for the installation of infrastructures for the protection of plants and irrigation are downloaded, provide, extend or placed, following instructions.

CR 2.3 equipment, tools and machinery used in the installation of infrastructures are cleaned, and disinfected if required, for subsequent placement in the place determined according to the instructions received.

CR 2.4 equipment, tools and machinery used in the installation of infrastructure remain in State of use.

3 RP: Prepare the plant material for their reproduction and multiplication, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

CR 3.1 plant material is collected in the area, now with the techniques required, following instructions.

3.2 CR plant material is prepared, conditioned to ensure its viability.

CR 3.3 tables of germination, seed and containers are prepared for their subsequent seeded, following instructions.

CR 3.4 seed is distributed evenly and at the indicated depth, following instructions.

CR 3.5 tables spread, terraces and containers are prepared for subsequent planting according to the instructions received.

CR 3.6 irrigation of implantation is performed at the dose indicated, following instructions.

CR 3.7 equipment, tools and machinery used for the plant multiplication are cleaned, and disinfected if required, for subsequent placement in the place determined according to the instructions received.

CR 3.8 equipment, tools and machinery used in the plant multiplication are kept in State of use.

4 RP: Apply basic cultural care for the production and maintenance of plant elements, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

CR 4.1 the nursery or garden center is cleaned with the required frequency, sorting and removing waste generated following instructions.

CR 4.2 possible anomalies are detected, informing the responsible according to established protocols.

CR 4.3 cultural production and maintenance tasks are performed at the required time and following instructions.

CR 4.4 equipment, tools and machinery used for the production and maintenance of the plant material are cleaned, and disinfected if required, for subsequent placement in the place determined according to the instructions received.

CR 4.5 equipment, tools and machinery used in the production and maintenance of the plant material are kept in State of use.

5 RP: Perform basic jobs for the grubbing-up and aviverado of the plant, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

CR 5.1 ditches or holes open, using the required tools, adapting them to the dimensions of the plant, according to instructions.

CR 5.2 plant is removed from its container, preparing the root ball if required, instructions.

CR 5.3 root and aerial systems are conditioned to improve the State of the plant.

CR 5.4 the aviverado of plants is in place and the techniques, listed according to instructions.

CR 5.5 equipment, tools and machinery used in the grubbing-up and aviverado of the plant are cleaned, for subsequent placement in the place determined according to the instructions received.

5.6 CR equipment, tools and machinery used in the grubbing-up and aviverado of the plant are kept in State of use.

6 RP: Perform the basic job of presentation of the plant to the point of sale of the Garden Centre, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

CR 6.1 the dry leaves, wilted flowers, weeds and dirt deviate from the plants eliminate waste according to instructions.

CR 6.2 plant label instructions for identification.

CR 6.3 plant is conditioned according to their destination avoiding damage in transport.

6.4 CR equipment, tools and machinery used in the presentation of the plant to the point of sale of the Garden Centre are cleaned, for subsequent placement in the place determined according to the instructions received.

6.5 CR equipment, tools and machinery used in the presentation of the plant to the point of sale of the Garden Centre are kept in State of use.



Professional context: means of production: Material and tools of production and maintenance of plants in the nursery. Plant reproduction and propagation material. Personal protective equipment. Plant protection products, fertilisers, peat, sand, vegetable land. Irrigation and Fertigation equipment.



Products and results:
Culture medium suitable for the implementation of the plant material. Small installed infrastructures for the protection of plants and irrigation. Plant material collected and prepared for their propagation. Plants and/or seeds properly implemented for its propagation. Plant elements in good condition of development and maintenance. Plant elements healthy and protected against pests and diseases. Torn and upgraded for the aviverado plants. Plants ready for sale.



Used or generated information: information on soils, climate, Botany. Manual of Botany, flora and plant ecology. Catalogs of plant species and their characteristics. Catalogues of plants nursery and other plant material. Manuals of irrigation systems, Subscriber and crops in general. Irrigation: systems, characteristics and use. Catalogues on use and maintenance of the irrigation systems. Catalogs of seeds, plants, fertilizers. Literature botanical general and specific species to be used. Catalogues of material infrastructure. Use and maintenance of machinery catalogues. Manual of plant propagation and nurseries, manual installation of gardens. Plan of prevention of occupational risks in the enterprise. Specific environmental legislation.



Unit 2 competition: Perform operations auxiliary for the installation of gardens, parks and green areas level: 1 code: UC0521_1 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: pave the way, by means of operations: cleaning, clearing, clearing, among other things, manually or with small machinery, for the implementation of the plant material, following instructions, tools and tooling required complying with the applicable rules.

CR 1.1 the preparation of the soil prior to implantation of the plant material is made, preparing it, through operations: cleaning, clearing and mulching for later work, following instructions, tools and tooling required.

CR 1.2 amendments and preliminary fertilizers, organic and mineral are incorporated into the ground, evenly to improve their physical, chemical and biological properties.

CR 1.3 tasks of preparing the ground for sowing or planting are carried out at the required time and the supplies indicated, following instructions.

1.4 CR equipment, tools and machinery used to prepare the ground cleaned, for subsequent placement in the established place, according to the instructions received.

1.5 CR equipment, tools and machinery used in the preparation of the land remain in State of use.

2 RP: Rethinking the field distribution of the various plantations to conform to the plan of work, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

2.1 CR drawings and/or simple drawings are interpreted, to put each element on the ground according to the instructions received.

CR 2.2 the situation of vegetable elements is marked on the ground using the techniques and established media.

CR 2.3 the situation of furnishings and items of equipment is marked on the ground, using techniques and media indicated.

3 RP: Perform basic jobs, manually or with small machinery, for the installation of infrastructures, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

3.1 CR pits and ditches opens with the dimensions shown, accumulating land and signaling them, following instructions according to established protocols.

CR 3.2 materials for the installation of infrastructures are downloaded, provide, extend or placed, following instructions.

CR 3.3 the equipment, tools and machinery used for installing infrastructures are cleaned for subsequent placement in the established place.

3.4 CR equipment, tools and machinery used in the installation of infrastructure remain in State of use.

4 RP: Download plant material, protecting it to ensure its viability, according to instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

4.1 CR plant material is discharged, according to the received instructions to avoid damage.

CR 4.2 plant material conditions prior to implementation to ensure its viability, according to instructions.

CR 4.3 equipment, tools and machinery used to download the plant material are cleaned for subsequent placement in the established place, following the instructions.

CR 4.4 equipment, tools and machinery used to download the plant material are kept in State of use.

5 RP: Planting or sowing previous soil compaction plant material to ensure a good rooting, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

5.1 CR pits or trenches open, depending on the dimensions of the plant material to planting.

CR 5.2 amendments and/or subscriber's Fund mix on the ground, depending on the type, quantity and plant material to planting or sowing, following instructions.

CR 5.3 plant is placed in the position and to the indicated depth, compacting the soil after planting, and entutorando or protecting, in their case, according to the instructions received.

CR 5.4 sowing/implantation is performed with suitable seeds and using techniques and/or specified media, following the instructions.

CR 5.5 implementation irrigation is done with the dose indicated, following instructions.

5.6 CR equipment, tools and machinery used for planting or sowing vegetable material are cleaned for subsequent placement in the established place.

CR 5.7 equipment, tools and machinery used in the planting of plant material are kept in State of use.



Professional context: means of production: drawing Material. Material, machines and tools installation of gardens, parks and green areas. Personal protective equipment. Fertilizers, peat, sand, vegetable land, seeds and plant material. Inventory of species. Irrigation and Fertigation equipment.



Products and results: land suitable for the implementation of the plant material. Whole field to identify the elements that make up the garden, park or green zone. Small infrastructure used in the development of installed plants. Plant material received and conditioned for its conservation. Plant material to its development.



Used or generated information: information on soils, climate, Botany. Manual of Botany and flora. Catalogs of plant species and their characteristics. Manuals of irrigation systems, Subscriber and crops in general. Gardening plants (trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants) of various shapes, colors and sizes. Manual installation of gardens. Native flora of the land subject to performance. Irrigation: systems, characteristics and use. Catalogues on use and maintenance of the irrigation systems. Instructions for use of furniture and different material infrastructure of gardens. Catalogs of seeds, fertilisers. Literature botanical general and specific species to be used. Catalogues of material infrastructure. Use and maintenance of machinery catalogues. Occupational risk prevention plan. Specific environmental legislation.



Unit 3 competition: Perform operations auxiliary for the maintenance of gardens, parks and green areas level: 1 code: UC0522_1 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: carry out cultural work, irrigation operations and paid of plant elements of gardens, parks and green areas, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

CR 1.1 irrigation installation is checked, ensuring its operation and possible incidents to staff.

CR 1.2 simple faults in the installation of irrigation are repaired, replacing items damaged if required according to instructions.

CR 1.3 manual, or with simple drive mechanisms, risks apply uniformly in the desired amount, without causing runoff, erosion or damage to plants.

CR 1.4 manure is distributed, homogeneously, dose and timing, according to the instructions received, depending on the type of substance and plant.

CR 1.5 the cultural work of soil and plant material are carried out at the required time and in function of the needs.

CR 1.6 anomalies in the plant elements of gardens, parks and green areas are detected, informing the responsible according to established protocols.

CR 1.7 equipment, tools and machinery used in the maintenance of the plant elements of gardens, parks and green areas are cleaned, for subsequent placement in the established place.

1.8 CR equipment, tools and machinery used to keep the plant elements of gardens, parks and green areas are kept in State of use.

2 RP: Apply phytosanitary treatments to the garden, park or green area with small machinery to maintain the health of the plants, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

2.1 CR machines and equipment used are reviewed to check that they are working properly.

CR 2.2 mixture and preparation of the operations are performed in the form and proportion established, following instructions.

CR 2.3 waste containers and products used are deleted according to the applicable regulations.
CR 2.4 phytosanitary treatments are applied in a uniform manner, in dose, time and equipment, according to instructions.

CR 2.5 equipment, tools and machinery used for the application of phytosanitary treatments are cleaned, and disinfected if required, for their subsequent placement in the established place.

CR 2.6 equipment, tools and machinery used in the application of phytosanitary treatments remain in a State of use.

3 RP: Perform routine cultural operations for the maintenance of the garden, park or green area, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

CR 3.1 cleaning the garden, park or green area is often required, and sorting and removing waste generated following instructions.

CR 3.2 anomalies in the maintenance of the garden are detected, to inform the responsible, following instructions according to established protocols.

CR 3.3 cultural maintenance tasks are carried out when required, using the required tools, following instructions to optimize its State.

3.4 CR equipment, tools and machinery used in the maintenance of gardens are cleaned, and disinfected if required, for their subsequent placement in the established place.

3.5 CR equipment, tools and machinery used in the maintenance of the garden, park or green area are kept in State of use.

4 RP: Perform basic operations of conservation of infrastructures to keep them in a State of use, following instructions, and complying with the applicable rules.

CR 4.1 infrastructure abnormalities are detected, informing the responsible according to established protocols.

CR 4.2 infrastructure conservation operations are performed in the time required to following instructions.

CR 4.3 equipment, tools and machinery used to preserve the infrastructure of gardens, parks and green areas are cleaned, for subsequent placement in the place determined according to the instructions received.

CR 4.4 equipment, tools and machinery used to preserve the infrastructure of gardens, parks and green areas are kept in State of use.



Professional context: means of production: personal protective equipment. Irrigation materials and basic elements of infrastructure. Fertigation equipment. Machinery and tools for handling individual to perform the mixing and application of plant protection products. Plant protection products both chemical and biological, and containers for storage and transportation.



Products and results: plant elements of the garden, park or green area irrigated and subscribers. Plant elements healthy and protected against pests and diseases. Garden, park or green area clean and waste eliminated. Infrastructure of the garden, park or green area preserved and in State of use.



Used or generated information: gardening plants (trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants) of various shapes, colors and sizes. Native flora of the land subject to performance. Catalogues of irrigation: systems, characteristics and use. Catalog of furniture and different material infrastructure of gardens. Catalogs of plant species. Pest and disease specific plants and geographic areas. Use and maintenance of machinery catalogues. Literature botanical general and specific species to be used. Occupational risk prevention plan. Specific environmental legislation. Regulations of the occupational safety and health on use of pesticides, their employment limitations and security terms.



TRAINING module 1: operations basic in NURSERIES and centres of gardening level: 1 code: MF0520_1 associated with UC: auxiliary operations for the production and maintenance of plants in nurseries and garden life centers: 120 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: relate the fundamental types of soil amendments and fertilizers, as well as the various types of substrates , with the work of preparing the ground using the resources required and complying with the applicable rules.

CE1.1 describe the clearing and cleaning systems appropriate to each case.

CE1.2 distinguish the different types of soil, depending on its texture.

CE1.3 describe the different types of substrates that can be used in plant production.

CE1.4 explain the different types of amendments and fertilizers and their application method.

CE1.5 identify, at a basic level, labor and environmental risk prevention measures.

CE1.6 describe the work of preparation of the land according to the target set.

CE1.7 describe the work of preparation of substrates according to the target set.

CE1.8 in a practical course of production plants in nursery or Garden Centre:-perform land preparation tasks using the appropriate tools.

-Carry out the work of preparation of substrates using the appropriate tools.

C2: Operate the various systems and elements of protection of plants and irrigation and infrastructure of them using appropriate means complying with the applicable rules.

CE2.1 identify different systems for crop protection.

CE2.2 describe installation of infrastructures for crop protection.

CE2.3 quote irrigation systems used in plant production.

CE2.4 to enumerate the elements of the most common irrigation systems.

CE2.5 identify, at a basic level, labor and environmental risk prevention measures.

CE2.6 in a practical course in a crop:-the basic work of installation of infrastructures for the protection of plants.

-The measures of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental regulations.

-Perform basic irrigation system installation.

C3: Applied techniques of collection, preparation and storage of the plant material used in the reproduction and multiplication of sexual and vegetative plants, as well as basic work for the propagation of plant material using the resources required and complying with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection.

CE3.1 identify the various plant elements used for propagation.

CE3.2 define techniques of collection of plant material.

CE3.3 recognize the techniques of preparation and storage of the plant material.

CE3.4 describe the means and techniques in the sexual propagation of plant material.

CE3.5 describe the work of planting.

CE3.6 describe the means and techniques in vegetative propagation of plant material.

CE3.7 describe the work of vegetative propagation.

CE3.8 in a practical course of preparation of vegetative material:-carry out the collection and cleaning of plant material.

-Carry out the preparation and storage of the plant material.

CE3.9 in a practical course of vegetative reproduction:-carry out the preparation of tables spread, terraces and containers.

-Manage the plant material according to the technique of propagation.

-Make the first irrigation after implantation of the material.

CE3.10 in a practical course of sexual reproduction:-carry out the preparation of tables of germination, seed and containers.

-Distribute the seed evenly and at the indicated depth.

-Make the first watering after planting carefully.

C4: Apply basic cultural care applied in the production and maintenance of plant elements, such as transplanting, thinning and staking, using the means required compliance legislation.

CE4.1 iDEN­tify the techniques of burring.

CE4.2 determine the needs of thinning in a nursery.

CE4.3 describe training techniques.

CE4.4 store control of environmental conditions in areas of cultivation techniques.

CE4.5 identify, at a basic level, labor and environmental risk prevention measures.

CE4.6 in a practical course in a garden or parkland from a project and given materials:-perform bushhammered thereby ensuring the viability of the plants.

-Perform thinning seedlings in ensuring the development of the seedlings.

-Make staking, using the technique and means specified.

-Check the environmental conditions in growing areas.

C5: Apply the techniques of grubbing-up and aviverado plant and preparation for marketing using the methods established to comply with the applicable rules.

CE5.1 describe techniques of ripped out of the ground.

CE5.2 explain the techniques of plant aviverado.

CE5.3 relate the work started from the plant.

CE5.4 list aviverado of the plant work.

CE5.5 define techniques of conditioning of the aerial and root system of plants.

CE5.6 identify, at a basic level, labor and environmental risk prevention measures.

CE5.7 in a practical course in a garden, park or green area, with the necessary means:-make the running of the plant carefully.

-Carry out the aviverado of the plant in area shown.

-Make the conditioning of the aerial and root system of the plants.

C6: Apply basic works of conservation and presentation of the plant for its display at the point of sale of the Garden Centre.

CE6.1 identify the types of tags.

CE6.2 describe techniques for the plant to transport protection.
CE6.3 identify, at a basic level, labor and environmental risk prevention measures.

CE6.4 in a practical case of a display at the point of sale of a plant:-clean the floor for your presentation.

-Label the plant conveniently.

-Protect the plant to transport, ensuring their survival.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.8; C2 regarding CE2.6; C3 on CE3.8, CE3.9 and CE3.10; C4 on CE4.6; C5 regarding CE5.7; C6 with respect to CE6.4.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others; showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. infrastructure of the nursery factors that must be taken into account for the installation of a nursery.

Distribution of space. Calculations and measurements. Volumes. Installations that make up a nursery. Techniques of environmental control.



2. preparation of the terrain texture of soils: concept, classification of soils, basic methods for the determination of textures. Amendments: types, characteristics and application. Fertilizers: types, characteristics and application. Substrates: types, properties, preparation and mixtures. Preparing the ground: techniques. Tools and resources used in the preparation. Prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection standards.



3 production of reproductive plants: seed. State of maturation, time and methods of collection of diverse plant species. Seed storage method. Pre-germinated techniques. Factors that determine the quality of the seed. Types of seed according to species. Location and protection of the seedlings. Initial management of the seedlings. Irrigation. Treatments. Advantages and disadvantages. Asexual or vegetative reproduction: type of plant material, collection. Each technique of propagation characteristics. Advantages and disadvantages.



4. ornamental plants and its market strength. Staking. Thinning. Ripped from the ground. Aviverado.

Types of companies of ornamental plants. Marketing. Organization of a commercial nursery or Garden Centre.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to auxiliary operations for the production and maintenance of plants in nurseries and garden centers, which will be one of the following ways:-academic training level 1 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 2: operations Basic for the installation of gardens, parks and green areas level: 1 code: MF0521_1 associated with UC: perform auxiliary operations for the installation of gardens, parks and green areas duration: 120 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: linking the operations of preparing the ground for the implementation of a garden, using appropriate means and applying legislation in the field of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection measures.

CE1.1 describe the clearing and cleaning systems appropriate to each case.

CE1.2 distinguish the different types of soil, depending on its texture.

CE1.3 memorize different types of amendments and fertilizers and their application method.

CE1.4 describe the different types of substrates used in gardening.

CE1.5 identify, at a basic level, labor and environmental risk prevention measures.

CE1.6 describe the work of preparation of the land according to the target set.

CE1.7 in a practical course of cultivation land:-perform land preparation tasks using the appropriate tools.

-The measures of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental regulations.

C2: Interpreting measurements and layout operations a park or garden, according to established techniques and following instructions.

CE2.1 interpret the information contained in a plane or basic sketches.

CE2.2 locate the field elements of the garden, park or green zone according to sketches or flat eased.

CE2.3 represent simple geometric shapes on the ground.

CE2.4 calculate areas of regular parcels in the plane or on the ground.

CE2.5 simple measurements in the plane and on the ground.

C3: Distinguish the infrastructures of a garden or Park, and entry-level jobs for installation with the proper tools and applying legislation in the field of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection measures.

CE3.1 describe and identify the different elements of irrigation and drainage system to be used.

CE3.2 quote building materials used in the various infrastructures.

CE3.3 identify, at a basic level, labor and environmental risk prevention measures.

CE3.4 in a practical case of a garden:-installation of auxiliary infrastructures of a garden, park or green zone.

-The measures of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental regulations.

C4: Differentiate the basic morphological and physiological characteristics of plants and the main species of ornamental plants used in gardening.

CE4.1 recognize the fundamental organs of plants and their function.

CE4.2 identify the main species of plants used in the landscaping of the area.

CE4.3 identify the characteristics and requirements of the species used in gardening.

C5: Relate the operations required in the packaging plants, implementation of lawns and sowing or planting of plants in a garden, by applying legislation in the field of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection measures.

CE5.1 enunciating the operations necessary for the conditioning of plants before planting.

CE5.2 identify, at a basic level, labor and environmental risk prevention measures.

CE5.3 describe the techniques of planting or implementation of lawns.

CE5.4 recognize and explain the use of tools and supplies used in the seeding or establishment of lawns.

CE5.5 in a practical course of plantation in garden or implementation of sod:-make holes/trenching as the species to be implemented, using the right tools.

-Make the refined ground leaving it in good condition and using the appropriate methods.

-Place the plant contributing fertilizers and amendments, entutorando and protecting following directions.

-Place the sod with the procedure.

-Perform the implantation with the indicated dose irrigation.

CE5.6 in a practical course of garden planting:-make the refined ground leaving it in good condition and using the appropriate methods.

-Distribute seed evenly, with the dosage and suitable mixture, applying the cover.

-Compact the ground and apply the first irrigation to ensure the nascencia.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.7; C2 regarding CE2.5; C3 on CE3.4; C5 CE5.5 and CE5.6.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others; showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. preparation of the ground notions of Botany: morphology and plant physiology. Identification of the principal species of the area. Soil texture: concept, classification of soils, basic methods for the determination of textures. Amendments: types, characteristics and application. Fertilizers: types, characteristics and application. Substrates: types, properties, preparation and mixtures. Preparing the ground: techniques. Tools and resources used in the preparation.



2 layout and flat measurement and sketch of gardening. Symbolism and interpretation of legends. Reconsideration of the elements of the garden, park or green zone. Measurement and calculation of regular surfaces.



3. infrastructure construction
Drains: types, components and installation. Irrigation: types, components and installation. Building materials: properties, use. Basic infrastructure. Prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection legislation.



4 planting and sowing discharge and storage. Pits and ditches: openness, size and conditioning. Planting: techniques, times, planting. Staking and protectors: types, techniques and materials. Refurbishment of the plant: techniques. Seeding: techniques, times and doses. Planting of lawns: methods, times and doses. Implementation of sod: methods.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to auxiliary operations for the installation of gardens, parks and green areas, which will be one of the following ways:-academic training level 1 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 3: operations basic to the maintenance of gardens, parks and green areas level: 1 code: MF0522_1 associated with UC: perform auxiliary operations for the maintenance of gardens, parks and green areas duration: 90 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: applied systems and elements of irrigation, fertilizers and amendments to a garden, park or green area using the resources required and complying the applicable regulations in the field of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection measures.

CE1.1 describe the irrigation systems used in gardening.

CE1.2 identify the good operation of the irrigation system.

CE1.3 describe the different types of amendments and fertilizers and their application method.

CE1.4 identify, at a basic level, labor and environmental risk prevention measures.

CE1.5 in a practical course of irrigation and fertilisation of a garden, park or green area:-carry out irrigation following the directions.

-Make the Subscriber evenly using the corresponding equipment.

-The measures of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental regulations.

C2: Relate the main pests or diseases of garden, park or green area, the information collected in the container of the plant protection product, and the operations of preparation with the application of products, according to established indications and complying with the applicable regulations in the field of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection measures.

CE2.1 identify the pests and diseases that affect the gardens, parks and green areas.

CE2.2 describe the General characteristics of a product for phytosanitary treatment, by the information collected in the container.

CE2.3 interpret the symbolism of safety of plant protection products.

CE2.4 describe the operations of mixing, preparation of the broth and application in the established form and proportion.

CE2.5 detailing the work of cleaning, handling and basic maintenance of tools, equipment and facilities used in the treatments, according to the mode of application and the type of product used.

CE2.6 define labour and environmental risk prevention measures, related to the auxiliary operations on application of treatments.

CE2.7 in a practical course of treatments at the garden, park or green area with small machinery:-check the machines and treatment equipment used to verify that they work correctly.

-Perform the operations of mixing and preparation of the established form and proportion.

-Store used plant protection products and their residues according to the established plan.

-Apply phytosanitary treatments in a uniform manner, at the time and equipment.

-Clean, handle appropriately, order and maintain basic facilities, equipment and tools used.

C3: Specify the processes of maintenance of plant elements of a garden, park or green area, and the work for its conservation, using the resources required and complying the applicable regulations in the field of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection measures.

CE3.1 describe the work of maintenance and improvement of a garden, park or green zone.

The CE3.2 is a basic inventory of vegetal elements forming part of the garden or parkland.

CE3.3 identify basic operations of pruning the plant elements.

CE3.4 identify, at a basic level, labor and environmental risk prevention measures.

CE3.5 in a so-called case study of a garden, park or green area maintenance:-perform under supervision of a garden, park or green area maintenance.

-Perform basic pruning operations following guidelines of the personnel.

-Perform the manual weeding or profiling.

-Preparation and handling of machinery, tools and working equipment.

C4: Perform the operations of maintenance and conservation of infrastructures, equipment and furniture of a garden, park or green area, using appropriate means complying with the applicable rules.

CE4.1 a basic inventory of infrastructure, equipment and furniture which are part of the garden, park or green area and describe its characteristics.

CE4.2 describe the operations of maintenance of infrastructures, equipment and furniture of a garden, park or green zone on the basis of its purpose.

CE4.3 identify, at a basic level, labor and environmental risk prevention measures.

CE4.4 in a practical course of maintenance and improvement of a garden, park or green area:-the tasks of maintenance and improvement of infrastructure, equipment and furniture.

-Preparation and handling of machinery, tools and working equipment.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.5; C2 regarding CE2.7; C3 on CE3.5; C4 on CE4.4.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others; showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. maintenance of plant elements, identification of the most common plant species. Inventory of plant elements: methods. Maintenance and improvement of plant elements: types, techniques and media. Maintenance and improvement of lawns: types, techniques and media. Maintenance, traditional techniques and new trends. Basic pruning of plant elements: techniques, time and media. Irrigation systems. Time, dose.



2. maintenance of infrastructure, furniture and technical equipment and means of maintenance; instruments and working equipment.

Infrastructure inventory, furniture and equipment.

Applicable safety measures.

Applicable regulations of occupational risk prevention.



3. plant protection treatments crop pests; classification and description.

Plant protection products; classification and description, importance and content of labels and safety data sheets, labeling (pictograms, signal words, risk phrases or safety warnings, safety advice, symptoms of intoxication and user guidelines).

Risks arising from the use of pesticides for the environment; measures to reduce these risks, including emergency measures in the event of pollution accidental, good environmental practices in relation to the preservation of natural resources, biodiversity, flora and fauna. Applicable regulations, elimination of empty containers.



4. endangerment of plant protection products for the health risks for the consumer by residues of plant protection products; way to avoid them and emergency measures in the event of accidental contamination, food safety concept.

Risks to the population, in general.

Risks for the applicator; poisonings and other effects on health, first aid practices.

Structures of health surveillance and access to report on any incidents or suspected incident.

Measures to reduce the health risks; operator exposure levels.

Possible risks from mixtures of products made.

Protection of the applicator and preventive measures.

Personal protective equipment.

Correct sequence during transport, storage and handling of plant protection products.
Methods of pest control, including alternative methods.

Phytosanitary treatments.

Preparation, mixing and application.

Application of plant protection products; methods and application equipment, factors to consider for efficient and correct implementation, cleaning, maintenance and periodic inspections of the equipment.

Relationship trabajo-salud: regulations on prevention of occupational risks.

Methods to identify illegal plant protection products and risks associated with its use.

Offences, penalties and offences.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to auxiliary operations for the maintenance of gardens, parks and green areas, which will be one of the following ways:-academic training level 1 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.

Annex V professional qualification: auxiliary activities in professional family farming: agricultural level: 1 code: AGA224_1 general competition perform auxiliary operations of reproduction, production management, grazing livestock and facilities maintenance and management of machinery and equipment for farming, on instructions from superiors or the work plan, according to criteria of quality, animal welfare , prevention of occupational risks, the protection of the environment and food security.



Competition UC0712_1 units: auxiliary operations of reproduction in cattle UC0713_1: auxiliary operations of production management in farming UC0714_1: make the UC0715_1 cattle grazing: perform auxiliary operations of facilities maintenance and management of machinery and equipment for farming professional environment professional develops his professional activity in the area of livestock production department dedicated to activities supporting livestock in entities of public or private, nature in large, medium and small companies, both on their own and of others regardless of their legal form. It develops its activity depending on your case, functional and/or hierarchical from a superior. In the development of the professional activity apply the principles of universal accessibility in accordance with the applicable legislation.



Productive sectors lies in the agricultural sector, within the livestock sub-sector in the following production activities: farms, cattle, sheep and goat, pig, rabbit, poultry, and equine livestock cattle.



Occupations and jobs relevant terms from the following list of occupations and jobs are used with generic and all-inclusive nature of women and men.

Pawns for farming pawns on milking pastors training auxiliary farms associated (420 hours) training modules MF0712_1: auxiliary operations in cattle reproduction (120 hours) MF0713_1: auxiliary handling operations of production in farming (120 hours) MF0714_1: grazing livestock (90 hours) MF0715_1: auxiliary operations of facilities maintenance and management of machinery and equipment for farming (90 hours) unit of competition 1 : Perform operations auxiliary of reproduction in livestock level: 1 code: UC0712_1 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: perform the basic operation of estrus and mating of females to help increase pregnancy rates, according to the received instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

CR 1.1 females are handled after weaning, optimizing the range of fertile cubrición according to the instructions received.

CR 1.2 the emergence of zeal in nulliparous females is detected, by observing behaviors that incorporate it responsible for the plan's coverage to the same.

CR 1.3 symptoms of zeal, in any female exploitation are communicated to responsible for the plan's coverage so that it is carried out at the optimal moment.

CR 1.4 the perianal region of the females will be covered is asea in order to avoid potential health problems.

CR 1.5 installations of the covering by natural mating are conditioned by cleaning and sorting the materials used.

CR 1.6 riding, if required, is carried out by means of the retencion-sujecion - animal approach.

CR 1.7 data control and monitoring of the operations of management of estrus and mating of the mammalian ewes are recorded according to the instructions received.

RP 2: Perform basic management of the pregnant females to help obtain a viable offspring and a good milk production, received instructions and in compliance with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare.

CR 2.1 pregnant females are housed at the sites of the farm depending on the stage of pregnancy that are.

CR 2.2 pregnant females are observed, detecting the emergence of possible repetitions or turns of estrus, females empty and / or abortions and other signs of disruption of its normal state of pregnancy, informing them according to established protocol.

CR 2.3 pregnant females feed on during this period, according to established protocols.

CR 2.4 the data required for the control and monitoring of the phase of pregnancy are recorded in suitable stands, according to pre-established instructions.

CR 2.5 Basic auxiliary operations under the health programme in females during gestation are applied, according to established protocol.

3 RP: Help in birth and peripartal to achieve a healthy and vigorous, descent according to instructions and in compliance with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare.

CR 3.1 the birth of calves and the complete expulsion of the placenta is monitored, communicating possible anomalies of the status of the mother, the offspring and annexes fetal, observed in his case.

CR 3.2 State of udders, milk secretion, intake, and depositions of lactating females seen, communicating in their case found alterations.

CR 3.3 food rations and water required during this stage of the production cycle of the female infant is distributed according to established protocol.

CR 3.4 basic auxiliary operations under the health programme for birth and lactating females are applied, according to instructions.

CR 3.5 data control and monitoring of childbirth are recorded, according to established protocols.

4 RP: Perform the basic operation of the young during the period of lactation, attending to the particularities of each species, to contribute to the development of the same, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare.

4.1 CR vitality, absence of malformations and umbilical cord are checked, communicating to the immediate superior what was observed in the first 24 hours of life of the young.

CR 4.2 hatchlings not goddaughters or difficulties in the encalostramiento are redistributed to achieve the greatest possible survival.

CR 4.3 the lactoremplazantes are supplied to the offspring whose mothers are lactating, at the time and in the required amount.

CR 4.4 identification and marking of calves, and dehorning if raboteo and descolmillado are conducted, according to instructions.

CR 4.5 calves in lactation specific health program applies, following the specific sanitary Protocol for this age.

4.6 CR non-viable animals are sacrificed and deleted according to established protocol and the applicable regulations of animal welfare.

CR 4.7 data control and monitoring of operations in young lactating are recorded in brackets listed according to established protocols.

5 RP: Perform the basic operation of the breeding males, according to the particularities of each species, to optimize their health status and reproductive efficiency, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare.

CR 5.1 males are handled in the tasks of is shying away, putting them in contact with females.

CR 5.2 animals are distributed in the proportion required by the female for the natural mating, fulfilling the program of reproduction of the exploitation.

CR 5.3 the breeding males are prepared for the natural mating, ensuring that this is carried out with the technique, frequency and at the right time.
CR 5.4 the stallions are prepared for the collection of semen, making previous cleaning operations, according to established standards.

CR 5.5 semen is collected with the technique adapted to each species of animal and the required hygiene.

5.6 CR material used for the collection of semen, in the development of seminal doses and insemination is cleaned, then storing it in the required hygienic conditions.

CR 5.7 the breeding males are powered by the type and amount of food set.

CR 5.8 health programme in breeding males is applied, following established protocol.

CR 5.9 data control and monitoring of auxiliary operations with the breeding males are recorded according to established protocol.



Professional context: means of production: Colts of semen collection. Semen collection material. Portable refrigerators. Semen. Animals of different ages. Facilities for reproduction, pregnancy and births. Extractor for difficult deliveries. Teams of clamping and driving of stallions. Equipment and materials for easy riding. Equipment and materials for the identification and marking. Drugs, material conservation and application of drugs.



Products and results: females with zeal detected and covered. Pregnant females housed, fed and monitored during pregnancy. Assisted delivery. Young served during the period of lactation. Breeding males healthy and prepared for the natural or artificial reproduction.



Used or generated information: technical details of operation of various equipment and materials. Records of zeal, covering births and breastfeeding. Records of mating or extractions. Internal protocols in exploitation. Environmental regulations, of prevention of labour risks, animal welfare and food safety.



Unit 2 competition: Perform operations auxiliary management of the production in farms livestock level: 1 code: UC0713_1 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: perform auxiliary operations on replacement females, to contribute to its adaptation to exploitation and their suitability as breeding, according to instructions and in compliance with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare.

CR 1.1 replacement females are adapted to farm, placing them in the accommodations listed and previously conditioned.

CR 1.2 replacement females are grouped into batches to favour riding depending on the proportion of females per male received.

1.3 CR nulliparous females and for putting birds feed, according to the recommendations set forth for this period.

CR 1.4 health programme for female replacement is applied, following established protocols.

CR 1.5 data control and monitoring of the auxiliary in females of replenishment operations are recorded according to established protocols.

2 RP: Auxiliary operations of identification of animals in breeding and fattening for control and traceability of them according to instructions and in compliance with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare.

CR 2.1 animals are identified by the type of system set up, following the instructions of the senior staff.

CR 2.2 animals are grouped into homogeneous lots depending on parameters, previously established (sex, age, destiny, among others).

CR 2.3 alterations in the behaviour of animals are detected, notifying staff according to established protocols.

CR 2.4 of rearing and fattening animals are fed with the type and amount of food, recommended for this period.

CR 2.5 specific health program of rearing and fattening animals applies, according to established protocols.

CR 2.6 data control and monitoring of identification of animals for breeding and fattening operations are recorded, according to established protocols.

3 RP: Prepare the livestock products of the farm (animals for sale, eggs, honey, milk, wool and other products and by-products) for its subsequent destination (store, sale, transport, among others), according to instructions and in compliance with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare.

CR 3.1 animals whose production process, within the exploitation has ended and have been earmarked for sale are grouped into batches and prepare to be transported.

CR 3.2 eggs from poultry farms are collected, to be transported and/or stored, according to established protocols.

CR 3.3 dairy females are milked, preserving milk, within exploitation in hygienic conditions to its collection.

CR 3.4 honey is removed from machine harvesting, storing it where appropriate, to transport and conservation.

CR 3.5 from the shearing wool is stored in conditions of temperature and humidity, following protocols.

3.6 CR other products and by-products of animal farms are prepared for transport or storage.

CR 3.7 data control and monitoring of the operations of preparation of livestock products are recorded, according to established protocols.

4 RP: Store food raw materials, distributing food with the media and established conservation techniques, instructions and complying with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare.

CR 4.1 food raw materials are conditioned for your warehouse according to established protocols.

CR 4.2 foods are prepared prior to its distribution to animals, as established.

CR 4.3 foods are distributed to animals in the amount, frequency and hours.

CR 4.4 the material used in the storage and preservation of food raw materials and in the preparation and distribution of food is maintained in hygienic conditions and use.

CR 4.5 provided the animals food and water consumption is controlled in order to avoid potential disruptions to production and health.

CR 4.6 data control and monitoring of the storage and preservation of food raw materials and food distribution are recorded, according to established protocols.

RP 5: Control the well-being and health status of the animals to keep the rates of production of the holding, by applying medical treatments to which it is authorized, according to instructions and in compliance with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare.

5.1 CR animals are controlled by detecting: hunger, thirst, shelter, lack of space or other possible shortcomings of animal welfare.

5.2 CR animals are monitored by detecting possible signs and symptoms of the alteration of the State of health, informing staff that it corresponds in the established manner.

CR 5.3 sick animals are subjected to the management indicated according to the instructions received.

5.4 CR non-viable animals are slaughtered, with the procedure laid down in the applicable legislation for animal welfare.

CR 5.5 the corpses of animals are removed, on instructions from superiors, complying with applicable environmental protection regulations.

CR 5.6 the health programme is applied according to established protocol.

CR 5.7 the data required for the control and monitoring of sanitary treatments applied are recorded, according to established protocols.

CR 5.8 medicines are stored, keeping them under the conditions laid down in the corresponding datasheets.



Professional context: means of production: Material handling of animals, separators. System of ventilation, thermometers, heaters, fans, thermostats. Feed, forage, silos feed mixing equipment of food (unifeed), automatic distribution of feed and fodder, feed stores and fodder. Comfort floor materials: straw, sawdust, chip and others. Animals of different ages. Milking equipment. Accommodation for livestock. Container of corpses. Equipment and materials for the identification and marking. Equipment and materials of shearing. Drugs, material conservation and application of drugs. Protective equipment.



Products and results: replacement females adapted to exploitation. Animals for breeding and fattening identified. Livestock products of the farm eggs, wool, milk, honey, and others, picked up and put up. Materials distributed food and raw food stored and preserved. Healthy animals.



Used or generated information: sheets techniques of operation of various equipment and materials. Collection information and completion of records for transition periods, it re-breeding and bait. Internal protocols in exploitation. Parts, dimensioning and production records. Tokens of recognition of signs and symptoms of impaired health (general and individual). Environmental regulations, of prevention of labour risks, animal welfare and food safety.



Unit 3 competition: Make the GRAZING of cattle level: 1 code: UC0714_1 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: use pastables resources of the natural environment in a sustainable way to make grazing, according to instructions and in compliance with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare.
CR 1.1 animals that come out to graze are selected according to the possibilities of follow the herd, of the availability of plant in field resources and climate.

CR 1.2 hours of daily grazing (beginning and end) are determined according to the time of year, location and characteristics of the farm.

CR 1.3 livestock is leads to the pastures established, ensuring access to food.

CR 1.4 the shepherd who works on leadership, management, collection and surveillance of the Flock is trains in its work.

CR 1.5 access to the drinking water of grazing is secured, installing water points where necessary.

CR 1.6 pastables resources of the field take advantage, through the movement of the flock and the use of fences if necessary, avoiding overgrazing.

CR 1.7 animals food and water consumption is monitored, avoiding possible alterations in health.

1.8 CR basic sanitary techniques and first aid are applied in case of work-related injuries.

2 RP: Grazing cattle feed supplement to meet their nutritional needs when not enough are obtained in the field, following instructions and comply with the applicable rules.

CR 2.1 food raw materials are stored, keeping them according to established protocols.

2.2 CR material used in the storage and preservation of food raw materials and in the preparation and distribution of food is clean, keeping it in terms of use.

CR 2.3 supplementary food prescribed by the responsible staff are prepared, according to the indicated form.

CR 2.4 supplementary feeding to livestock grazing is distributed, if required, at the right time.

CR 2.5 supplementary food and water consumption supplied to animals is monitored, avoiding possible alterations health and productive.

3 RP: Detect injuries, injury and/or possible signs and symptoms of the alteration of the State of health of grazing cattle, performing basic auxiliary care if required, instructions and in compliance with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare.

3.1 CR possible injuries, wounds and possible signs and symptoms of the alteration of the State of health of the livestock are detected to be attended in field, if required.

CR 3.2 basic care of trauma and injuries incurred in the field apply with the required hygienic conditions.

CR 3.3 basic care of the sick animal are applied in the field until you can be attended by qualified personnel to ensure the survival of the same.

3.4 CR possible injuries, wounds, signs, symptoms of impairment of normal health and basic treatments applied in animals are recorded, communicating to staff, according to established protocols.



Professional context: means of production: feeding concentrates and drinking fountains. Livestock grazing management material. Feed and fodder silos. Mixture of food (unifeed) equipment. Automatic distribution of feed and fodder. Storage of feed and fodder. Animals of different ages. Accommodation for animals. Drugs, material conservation and application of drugs. Fences permanent and mobile, sleeves, weighing, traps of immobilization equipment, loading docks. Protective equipment. Electric fence/pastor. Sheepdog.



Products and results: pastables the natural environment resources exploited in a sustainable manner by animals. Feeding of livestock from grazing supplemented if required. Basic health care applied grazing cattle.



Used or generated information: Bibliography on grazing. Technical performance of different equipment and materials tabs. Bibliography on injuries and wounds. Tokens of recognition of signs and symptoms of impaired health (general and individual). Parts or production record. Environmental regulations, of prevention of labour risks, animal welfare and food safety. First aid manual.



Unit 4 competition: Perform operations auxiliary of maintenance of facilities and management of the machinery and equipment in farms livestock level: 1 code: UC0715_1 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: execute tasks of cleaning of the holding facilities, to prevent the transmission of diseases, according to instructions and in compliance with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection.

1.1 CR Organics livestock units (wastes, excess feed, among others) is removed after the departure of the animals.

CR 1.2 cleaning equipment are prepared on the basis of the operations will be performed, according to instructions.

CR 1.3 approved cleaning products apply the techniques laid down in the applicable legislation and the protocols.

CR 1.4 installations (roofs, walls and floors), materials and utensils should be washed with water (hot and pressure, if necessary) clean and detergents listed, then rinsing with clean water.

1.5 CR residues, waste, packaging and used product residues are eliminated, according to the applicable regulations.

2 RP: Perform operations in support of basic maintenance of installations, machinery, equipment, supplies and tools of exploitation for its conservation in State of use according to instructions and in compliance with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection.

CR 2.1 tools required in the basic maintenance of installations, machinery and equipment are selected depending on the operations to perform.

CR 2.2 basic maintenance of installations, machinery and equipment carried out according to the established program.

CR 2.3 the protections against insects, birds and rodents are reviewed, checking their status and communicating the observed incidences.

CR 2.4 waste generated by the basic maintenance of the installations, machinery, equipment and supplies are removed, according to established protocol and the applicable regulations.

2.5 CR machinery, equipment, supplies and tools of exploitation are sorted after use, placing them in the places indicated.

CR 2.6 equipment, garments and personal protection elements used are cleaned, preserving them and storing them according to the technical instructions.

3 RP: Handle, machinery, equipment, supplies and tools of cattle for the execution of the tasks at this level, according to instructions and in compliance with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection.

CR 3.1 the dragged elements are attached to machinery according to technical directions according tasks to perform.

CR 3.2 livestock foods are distributed, handling machinery and traction equipment indicated.

CR 3.3 the manure and cattle residues are removed, handling machinery and traction equipment established.

3.4 CR animals and raw materials are loaded, downloading them or transporting them according to their destination.

CR 3.5 livestock products are collected, handling machinery and equipment of traction.

CR 3.6 the handling of materials and products is carried out taking protection measures indicated in each case.

CR 3.7 stakes, Poles, insulating fence or electric shepherds, are installed according to instructions.



Professional context: means of production: self-propelled machines for the application of the sanitary products, for the loading, unloading and transport of raw materials and animal, for cleaning, for feeding, extraction and storage of livestock products. Water pressure for washing machines. Cleaning products. Clothing and footwear for work. Rainwear. Protective equipment. Optical and acoustic shields. Machines, tools, equipment and livestock facilities.



Products and results: installations, machinery, equipment, supplies and tools of exploitation in State of use and clean. The farm tasks executed. Machinery and equipment operated according to the instructions received.



Used or generated information: service manuals. Manual of machinery and equipment. Technical information about possibilities and limitations of machines to use. Technical manuals for maintenance of machines and livestock facilities. Environmental and occupational health regulations.



TRAINING module 1: operations auxiliary in breeding livestock level: 1 code: MF0712_1 associated with UC: auxiliary operations of reproduction in livestock duration: 120 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: implement handling of female auxiliary operations to facilitate its mating, complying with the applicable rules of animal welfare.

CE1.1 indicate behavior changes detectable in the females of each species when they come into heat.

CE1.2 describe heat detection methods for the determination of the optimum time of mating.

CE1.3 describe the characteristics of age and development body (weight) prior to the start of the play, according to the species.

CE1.4 quote the operations necessary to prepare the facilities where mating takes place.

CE1.5 list the stages that complete the process of preparation of the animal for the mating.
CE1.6 indicate the care and precautions to keep in mind during the covering in different species.

CE1.7 in a practical course, in a livestock farm with a female in heat and with certain conditions:-«in situ» identify the symptoms of heat.

-Hold the animal, if necessary, to facilitate mating.

-Make sure the covering is made with care and precautions laid down in the protocols.

-Perform auxiliary operations of handling of females in zeal taking into account the prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare standards.

C2: Specify basic and health care to be applied to females in gestation, by identifying specific symptoms of this phase in different species, complying with the applicable rules of animal welfare.

CE2.1 list the methods of diagnosis of pregnancy or pregnancy confirmation.

CE2.2 quote the most common alterations that may occur during pregnancy.

CE2.3 to indicate the type of management and basic care to be taken during the process of gestation of a given species.

CE2.4 describe the different signs of loss of pregnancy in females.

CE2.5 in a practical course, in a livestock farm with females in gestation and established conditions:-detect turns to zeal or abortions.

-Accommodate females in sites suitable for this physiological period.

-Feed the pregnant females.

-Enter own gestation phase records.

-Perform auxiliary operations of handling of females in pregnancy taking into account the prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare standards.

C3: Control the care required by mothers and babies in the Peripartum and childbirth according to animal species, complying with the applicable rules of animal welfare.

Quote CE3.1 the care that is practiced to females prior to delivery.

CE3.2 describe symptoms of childbirth which can predict the approximate time of this in different species.

CE3.3 explain the criteria for management and hygiene to attend birth in different species.

CE3.4 indicate the care determined by species, which are carried out after the birth mothers and their offspring.

CE3.5 quote the most common alterations that occur before and after childbirth.

CE3.6 summarize, according to criteria of animal welfare, the different techniques of raboteo, descornado and descolmillado.

CE3.7 in a practical course in a farm with some females of childbirth and established conditions:-recognize the moment of birth from the observation of the changes in the behavior of the female and the identification of characteristic signs.

-Prepare the delivery room especially according to environmental conditions.

-Help in the delivery instructions.

-Make the necessary care to the mother and their offspring.

-Check the milk secretion of the udder of the mother.

-Check the intake of food from the mother and the pups.

-Detect abnormal bowel movements.

C4: Relate the actions necessary in the management of calves during the lactation period to achieve maximum survival and lactation, complying with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare.

CE4.1 describe the care to be provided to the newborns.

CE4.2 quote characteristics of the encalostramiento and the handling of adoptions and transfer of the offspring.

CE4.3 explain how the artificial feeding is done.

CE4.4 list the steps to be followed to achieve the survival of hatchlings to the hypothesis of the death of the mother after childbirth.

CE4.5 list the data that should be collected in logs, chips and parts of control of farrowing crates.

CE4.6 in a practical course of application of care to the offspring after parturition and during lactation in a livestock farm with a few conditions:-disinfect the umbilical cord.

-Handle the adoption and transfer of the offspring if necessary.

-Handle the brood for taking colostrums or milk.

-Identify the offspring.

-Carry out, if necessary, the descornado, raboteo and descolmillado.

-Enter data to complete logs, chips and parts of control of farrowing crates.

CE4.7 in a practical course of artificial lactation, in a livestock farm with a few conditions:-check the water temperature.

-Dosing and preparing the mixture according to instructions.

-Teach to drink or suck.

-Cleaning of nursing teams.

C5: Apply actions to perform with the stallions to ensure reproductive efficiency in a given species.

CE5.1 describe the management of the male is shying away, depending on the species, in the detection of estrus.

CE5.2 describe criteria for training of stallions for the collection of semen.

CE5.3 describe the Protocol of collection of the semen in the extraction room.

CE5.4 in a practical course of natural, in a livestock farm with a few conditions:-properly handle the male is shying away.

-Hold properly the male and the female in the mounts if required.

-Enter the data necessary to complete the parts and corresponding record.

CE5.5 in a practical course of collection of the semen, in a livestock farm with a few conditions:-train to the Stallion semen collection.

-Prepare the animal for the collection of semen.

-Clean and properly store the insemination material.

-Enter the data necessary to complete the parts and corresponding record.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.7; C2 regarding CE2.5; C3 on CE3.7; C4 CE4.6 and CE4.7; C5 CE5.4 and CE5.5.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others; showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. the basic notions of reproductive female reproductive cycle. Duration and characteristics of the ovarian cycle: Celo-ovulacion. Heat detection methods. The covering: time and system covering, natural mating and artificial insemination. Preparation of the female for riding. Management in the period poscubricion. Gestation: follow-up and care in pregnancy, handling the prepartum. Birth: signs and symptoms of childbirth, childbirth, childbirth dystocias stages. Lactation: duration of lactation, lactation basic care.



2 handling of handling of weaning calves: calves, birth. Behavior and characteristics at birth, care in the newborn, identification and registration, encalostramiento, rules of tillering. Special operations of management of calves: proceedings of descornado, descolmillado, raboteo, Court of peaks. Management of weaning. Common diseases of calves.



3. the reproductive cycle of the stallions basic notions of the male reproductive system. Basic care of the stallions. Artificial insemination: collection of semen.



4 Organization of work and routine operations on replenishment, players and their young animals. Animal immobilization. Codes of practice of management in animal production. Basic notions about animal feeding.



5 basic rules applicable regulations on occupational risk prevention, on animal welfare and livestock equipment.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the realization of operations in support of reproduction in livestock, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 1 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 2: operations auxiliary management of the production in farms livestock level: 1 code: MF0713_1 associated with UC: performing auxiliary production management on livestock farms duration: 120 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: identify care of replacement animals adapted to exploitation and their suitability as players complying with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare.

CE1.1 quote actions in the reception facilities of new animals, prior to your arrival to exploitation.
CE1.2 list control actions of individuals receiving health.

CE1.3 criteria for the formation of lots that contribute to a good player management quote.

CE1.4 identify prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare measures, related to the care to be provided to replacement animals.

CE1.5 in a practical course of replacement of animals, a livestock farm with a few conditions:-conditioning installations where replacement animals will be installed.

-Adjust the scale and weigh animals.

-Complete logs, chips and parts of weight control.

-Make lots, applying the criteria of age and weight.

-Assess the general appearance and body condition of livestock.

-Carry out the power for this period, according to instructions.

C2: Select the systems of marking or identification of animals branch according to the species and the handling procedures to make them complying with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare.

CE2.1 quote different identification systems as well as material and equipment that should be used in each case.

CE2.2 describe the types of trademarks and/or identification systems appropriate to each species.

CE2.3 describe the restraint or immobilization procedures appropriate to each species to make the marking or identification.

CE2.4 identify the measures of prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare, related ancillary operations of identification of animals.

CE2.5 in a so-called practical, marking or identification of a species determined in a livestock farm with a few conditions:-select the necessary material to mark or identify animals according to established protocol.

-Make the clamping or locking most suited to the type of animal for your marking or identification.

-Run the procedure of marking or identification of as indicated.

C3: Apply the methods and basic operations required for collection, transport, storage and preservation, production (animals for sale, products or by-products) of cattle, to keep them in the requested State, complying with the applicable rules.

CE3.1 quote the criteria for obtaining and storage of milk.

CE3.2 enumerate the criteria of collection of eggs.

CE3.3 list the criteria for obtaining and gathering of other livestock products (honey, wool, hair, feathers, among others).

CE3.4 describe, according to the indicated species, basic care of preparation of animals for transportation.

CE3.5 indicate the operations in support of preparation and conditioning of eggs for transport.

CE3.6 identify the parts of a milking equipment.

CE3.7 specify the basic auxiliary operations of preparation and conditioning of milk for transport.

CE3.8 in a practical course of collection, transport, storage or preservation of the production (animals for sale, products or by-products, among others) in a livestock farm with a few conditions:-pick up the production of exploitation according to established criteria.

-Cleaning of the system for obtaining production of exploitation (equipment of milking, for example).

-Store and conserve the production of exploitation according to established procedure.

-Prepare production for transport.

C4: Select the auxiliary operations of the processes of conservation of raw materials, preparation and distribution of rations of food (volumetric and concentrates) as well as established techniques and the resources required to feed the animals, complying with the applicable rules.

CE4.1 enumerate operations to perform on the farm needed to store and preserve raw materials.

CE4.2 clarified the process of preparation of the food rations.

CE4.3 identify the parts of the preparation and distribution of food concentrates and volumetric equipment.

CE4.4 describe the regulation of equipment for the preparation and distribution of food concentrates and volumetric.

CE4.5 in a practical course of preparation and distribution of the food rations at a livestock farm with a few conditions:-prepare food rations to established protocol.

-Handling equipment for mixing and distributing food.

-Distribute food according to instructions of frequency and time indicated.

-Check the consumption of food and water and communicate the observed incidences.

-Cleaning materials and equipment preparation and distribution of food.

C5: Identify the parameters of environmental control, power and characteristic signs of health, to communicate them to staff indicated according to established protocols.

CE5.1 describe the conditions of temperature and aeration of the facilities at each stage of the production process for a given species.

CE5.2 describe the basic criteria of animal welfare.

CE5.3 quote the main signs that denote alterations of the health of animals.

CE5.4 describe the main food and rations required by a particular animal species.

CE5.5 on a practical assumption of control of the general condition of the animals on a farm with a few conditions:-check the conditions of temperature and aeration of the facilities.

-Check the State of drinking and water availability.

-Check that food consumption is consistent with provisions.

-Communicate information obtained in the above checks according to established protocols.

-Identify and mark sick animals, taking into account the prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare standards.

C6: Detail the basic operations of control of sick animals for their communication to the personal responsible according to established protocols.

CE6.1 describe the criteria and measures for the identification and isolation of sick animals.

CE6.2 recognize materials suitable for the correct application of medicaments.

CE6.3 describe the conditions suitable for the storage and conservation of medicines.

CE6.4 identify the measures for risk prevention work, environmental, animal welfare and food safety, related ancillary operations in processes related to preventive health programmes of the exploitation.

CE6.5 in a practical course of veterinary treatment (application of a drug) in a livestock farm with a few conditions:-describe the contents of the recipe and the prospect of a veterinary medicinal product.

-Handle the appropriate application equipment, following instructions received.

-Manage the indicated dose, following instructions received.

-Store the medications used in the required conditions.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.5; C2 regarding CE2.5; C3 on CE3.8; C4 on CE4.5; C5 regarding CE5.5; C6 with respect to CE6.5.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others; showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. basic notions about animal feed notions about the digestive system: identification of the main parts of the digestive system. Types of food for ruminants, pigs, rabbits, horses and birds. Systems and patterns of distribution of food for ruminants, pigs, rabbits, horses and birds. Characteristics and importance of water in feed for animals. Disinfection of the water. Most important concentrated nutrients in the diet of livestock and forage varieties and species. Basic notions of conservation of fodder: hay and silage. Equipment preparation, mixing and distribution of fodder.



2. practical actions in the prevention and treatment of animal hygiene treatments for animal diseases. Application of antiparasitic and vaccine programs in animals of replenishment, pups, production of milk and eggs. Application of preventive treatments to the arrival of animal exploitation. Observation of sick animals. Application of preventive or curative treatments. Registration of treatments. Loss of animal welfare: stressful situations. Performance measures before dead farm animals.



3. operation and tasks of receiving and subdivision animal identification. Adequacy and environmental control of the facilities. Identification systems. Systems of reading (electronic identification, barcode, etc.). Lists of control and registration of animals. Organization of work and routines in bait and rearing animals. Animal immobilization. Applicable regulations of occupational risk prevention.



4. products and by-products of exploitation periodicity in the collection. Collection systems: milking equipment. Placement and transport of products and by-products. Cleaning of collection systems. Storage and conservation of the products and by-products of the exploitation. Warehouses and refrigerated Chambers.
5. applicable legislation for animal welfare in swine production requirements of free surface, floor covering, cabinets for keeping sows in groups, provision of manipulable material and minimum space.

Guide to good management practices of pig production.

Standards of animal welfare during transport of live animals.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the realization of operations in support of production management in livestock farms, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 1 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 3: GRAZING of livestock level: 1 code: MF0714_1 associated with UC: make the duration cattle grazing: 90 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: conduct the operations of livestock management in grazing systems to take advantage pastables resources of the natural environment, complying with the applicable rules of environmental protection and animal welfare.

CE1.1 list the criteria to select animals that come out to graze.

CE1.2 quote the main precautions in the driving of cattle grazing.

CE1.3 relate the risks and potential hazards to which animals are subjected during the exploitation of pastures, meadows, stubble, etc.

CE1.4 describe the correct use of enclosures, fences and electrical shepherds.

CE1.5 quote the basic care of the shepherd dog.

CE1.6 in a practical course of grazing on a farm with a few conditions:-driving cattle from the stable to the place of grazing and vice versa.

-Describe use of Prairie, grassland, etc.

-Make the grazing young females.

-Carry out grazing the adult females.

-Install drinking fountains, enclosures, fences and electrical shepherds.

C2: Estimate, in view of the grazed food resources, Supplement to prepare and distribute with adequacy needs the same if required to comply with the applicable rules of environmental protection and animal welfare.

CE2.1 list operations in exploitation, necessary to store and preserve raw materials.

CE2.2 know the basic characteristics of the processes of hay and silage.

CE2.3 identify the parts of the equipment for preparation and distribution of food both concentrated as volumetric.

CE2.4 describe the operation and the appropriate regulation of the equipment for preparation and distribution of food concentrates and volumetric.

CE2.5 identify the measures for risk prevention work, environmental, animal welfare and food safety related ancillary operations in the processes of preparation and distribution of food.

CE2.6 in a practical course of preparation and distribution of food supplements for cattle from grazing on a farm with a few conditions:-prepare food for each animal species and carry out the appropriate distribution.

-Correctly use the equipment to prepare and distribute food.

-Distribute food with the frequency and the appropriate schedule.

-Check the consumption of food and water, communicating the observed incidences.

-Cleaning materials and equipment preparation and distribution of food.

C3: Specify first aid applied over cattle grazing when they suffer small injuries and minor injuries to apply required if complying with the applicable rules.

CE3.1 list monitoring criteria and measures of isolation of sick animals.

CE3.2 recognize the types of drugs and materials to be used on wounds and their mode of application.

CE3.3 mark animals treated for your annotation in the corresponding registers.

CE3.4 recognize the health materials suitable for first aid in the treatment of small injuries and minor injuries.

CE3.5 identify the prevention of risks labor, environmental and animal welfare measures, related to the operations of first aid in the processes related to the treatment of injuries and wounds.

CE3.6 in a practical course of unimportant wound or small injuries:-clean and disinfect a wound.

-Applying a dressing and performing a bandage.

-Apply basic assets of extremities bruised or traumatized.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.6; C2 regarding CE2.6; C3 on CE3.6.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others; showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. basics about animal feeding on grazing types of grasses and food for grazing animals. Grazing management. Systems and patterns of distribution of food for grazing animals. Characteristics and importance of water in food for animal grazing, water disinfection. Most important concentrated nutrients in the diet of livestock grazing and forage varieties and species. Species and varieties of plants toxic or dangerous to livestock. Basic notions of conservation of fodder: hay and silage. Equipment preparation, mixing and distribution of fodder. Basic concepts of Physiology and behaviour of grazing animals: notions of the main parts of the digestive system.



2. Organization of work and notions of handling of animals grazing clustering tasks. Animal immobilization. Cattle driving. Grazing schedule. Current regulations in this regard. Fencing systems: installation, management, and conservation. Cattle grids. Enclosures and electrical shepherds. Loss of animal welfare: stress on grazing. Applicable regulations of occupational risk prevention.



3. practical actions in the prevention of diseases and treatment of first aid in trauma and injuries of animals grazing observation of sick animals. Application of preventive or curative treatments. Registration of treatments. Hygienic treatments for grazing animals. Application of topical, injectable and oral medications.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the realization of the grazing of livestock, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 1 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 4: operations auxiliary of maintenance of facilities and management of machinery and equipment in farms livestock level: 1 code: MF0715_1 associated with UC: auxiliary operations of facilities maintenance and management of machinery and equipment for farming duration: 90 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: operate the necessary equipment for cleaning and conditioning required to maintain and/or prepare the livestock facilities according to the instructions received complying with applicable environmental protection regulations.

CE1.1 identify the actions of cleaning, preparation and conditioning prior to the introduction of animals in a facility (all in all out).

CE1.2 specify the equipment and products used in cleaning, preparation and packaging of farm facilities operations.
CE1.3 quote the environmental conditions of the livestock facilities established in the technical instructions.

CE1.4 identify the preventive measures of occupational and environmental risks associated with ancillary operations in preparation, cleaning and conditioning of the livestock facilities.

CE1.5 in a practical course of refurbishment of facilities, in a livestock farm with a few conditions:-remove the organic matter of the accommodations farmers (wastes, excess feed, among others) after the departure of the animals.

-Carry out the cleaning and washing facilities (ceilings, walls and floors), materials and utensils.

-Prepare the equipment for cleaning.

-Apply approved cleaning products, with the above techniques.

C2: Specify basic maintenance on installations, machinery, equipment, supplies and tools to keep them in a State of use, complying with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection.

CE2.1 describe basic auxiliary operations and their frequency, in machinery and equipment of the holding.

CE2.2 describe tooling and tools required to perform auxiliary operations of first level.

CE2.3 quote protections against insects, birds and rodents of the livestock facility.

CE2.4 identify the preventive measures of occupational and environmental risks associated with ancillary basic maintenance operations in installations, machinery and equipment of exploitation.

CE2.5 in a so-called practical installation, machine, equipment or useful, in a livestock farm with a few conditions:-perform basic operations for maintenance of first level.

-Manage the tools selected for basic maintenance.

-Apply the operations in support of the maintenance schedule.

-Check and check the protections against insects, birds and rodents.

-Eliminate the residues of the maintenance according to the instructions received.

C3: Select equipment, tools and/or tools necessary for the maintenance of the facilities of the holding comply with the applicable rules of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection.

CE3.1 identify the factors and most common risk situations in facilities and in the use of machinery and equipment.

CE3.2 describe drives and handling of machinery, equipment, supplies and tools of exploitation.

CE3.3 describe the measures of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection in the handling of tractors and traction equipment used in the operation.

CE3.4 in a practical course of management of machinery, equipment and supplies at a livestock farm with a few conditions:-identify the elements of drive and its function.

-Coupled elements in your case.

-Manage your level machinery and traction equipment.

-Use equipment, garments and items of personal protection appropriate to the operations will be performed.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.5; C2 regarding CE2.5; C3 on CE3.4.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others; showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. conditioning of the livestock holding facilities. Components and equipment storage facilities, preparation and distribution of feed solid or liquid. Facilities for the storage and conservation of other inputs. Other facilities and equipment. Equipment, materials and products for cleaning and disinfection: features, components, maintenance and regulation.



2. Elimination of livestock by-products disposal systems, environmental problems. Equipment for cleaning, disinfection, storage, management of by-products and waste disposal.



3 machinery and equipment of the livestock farm types, components, basic regulation. Basic maintenance of machinery and equipment simple cattle. Materials and basic equipment for the maintenance of first level of machinery and equipment for cattle.



4. safe procedures in use of machinery and equipment of livestock exploitation risks and prevention of accidents and damage to machinery and equipment. Elements of protection in machinery and equipment. Preservation of the environment in the use of machinery and equipment. Hygiene and personal protection in the use of machinery and equipment. Applicable regulations of occupational risk prevention.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to auxiliary operations of facilities maintenance and management of machinery and equipment for farming, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 1 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.

Annex VI professional qualification: care and handling of the horse professional family: agrarian level: 2 code: AGA226_2 general jurisdiction handle cattle horses for breeding and rearing, prepare it and equip it for display in exhibitions and contests, feed him, and operations of physical maintenance, hygiene and first aid, as well as use and maintain installations, machinery and equipment to achieve an optimum general State of animals and an environment right in the location of such places, according to criteria of prevention of occupational hazards, animal welfare and protection of the environment.



Competition UC0719_2 units: feed and perform general management and first aid to the equine livestock UC0720_2: hygiene, care and physical maintenance of cattle horses UC0721_2: make the handling of cattle horses during reproduction and rearing UC0722_2: prepare and condition the cattle horses for display in exhibitions and contests UC0006_2: assemble and maintain facilities , machinery and equipment of professional environment professional cattle develops his professional activity in equine farms production department dedicated to the breeding, training, riding and exhibition of horses, in entities of public or private, nature in large, medium and small enterprises, both self-employed and employed. It develops its activity depending on your case, functional and/or hierarchical from a superior. You may have staff occasionally, seasonally or stable. In the development of the professional activity apply the principles of universal accessibility in accordance with the applicable legislation.



Productive sectors lies in the agricultural sector, within the equine livestock subsector and the sports industry.



Occupations and jobs relevant terms from the following list of occupations and jobs are used with generic and all-inclusive nature of women and men.

Workers of the breeding of horses trainers and/or coaches of horses used for the care and handling of livestock and facilities in equine livestock farms employees for the care and handling of cattle horses in other livestock facilities associated (540 hours) MF0719_2 training modules training: power, handling general and first aid to the equine livestock (90 hours) MF0720_2: hygiene , care and physical maintenance of cattle horses (120 hours) MF0721_2: management of cattle horses for breeding and rearing (180 hours) MF0722_2: preparation and conditioning of cattle horses for display in exhibitions and competitions (60 hours) MF0006_2: installations, machinery and equipment of cattle (90 hours) unit of competition 1: feed and perform the management GENERAL and the first aid to livestock EQUINE level : 2 code: UC0719_2 professional accomplishments and performance criteria: RP 1: supply a balanced diet to cattle, to meet the basic needs in each physiological stage according to established protocol and in compliance with the applicable rules of environmental protection, prevention of occupational hazards and health and animal welfare.
1.1 CR feed and fodder are stored and preserved where appropriate, using the media and machinery appropriate in each case.

CR 1.2 foods are prepared, using the media and machinery required, following cleaning and hygiene criteria.

CR 1.3 foods, subject to verification of their status, are distributed in the places indicated in the quantities laid down for each animal or group in particular.

CR 1.4 power to each animal or group is complete, adding nutritional supplements prescribed in each case.

CR 1.5 equine livestock feeds according to the destination to which it is reserved, (production of meat, sports activities, among others) with incorporation/avoidance of supplements and additives to ensure the quality of your diet.

CR 1.6 the artificial feeding of the Colts who need it is supplied in the quantity and the products established for each case.

2 RP: Prepare to animals intended for recreational purposes, of work or sports, and their teams, reviewing their general condition to ensure its availability at all times following established protocol and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 2.1 animals are reviewed prior to its management in any activity, verifying that they are in optimal conditions.

2.2 CR animals manifesting lameness or other abnormalities that prevent you to move naturally, are identified and set aside to be examined by the staff concerned.

CR 2.3 animals that are able to be revised once employed in any of these purposes, are equipped according to the same.

CR 2.4 teams of animals that have ended their activity are removed, taking the precautions laid down.

CR 2.5 the animals which the team retired after the activity is asean and checked, checking their status.

CR 2.6 animals are moved to the appropriate rooms for rest and preparation for subsequent activities.

CR 2.7 the equipment used for the work of these animals, cleaned and placed in the places indicated for this purpose, keeping them in a State of use.

3 RP: Handling livestock during loading, unloading and transport of the same to protect it from possible accidents, following the protocols and in compliance with the applicable rules of animal welfare.

CR 3.1 means of transport to be used is reviewed prior to the shipment of the cattle to ensure that it meets the required conditions of space and security.

CR 3.2 the material used for the packaging and protection of livestock during transport is placed after your review, taking into account the condition and characteristics of animals, means of transport and the duration of the trip.

CR 3.3 animals embark or disembark personnel and resources required, verifying that they raise or lower vehicle orderly, safe and quiet, limiting their stay inside the vehicle stopped at the shortest possible time.

CR 3.4 animals carrying collectively are placed according to their sex, age, character of the same and destination, ensuring a space of safety among them.

CR 3.5 livestock is monitored during the journey, ensuring their basic needs, carrying out established stops and avoiding any irregularity involving a substantial risk to animals or transport.

4 RP: Move groups of animals, ensuring their safety to protect them from possible accidents, following the protocols and complying with the applicable rules.

CR 4.1 members of a same herd themselves before his transfer, facilitating its control.

4.2 CR a herd members who cannot follow the normal pace of transfer of their peers, are located and lead individually by hand whenever possible.

CR 4.3 the route of transfer of the herd is verified that it is broad, it is dimensioned and free of obstacles.

CR 4.4 the herd is accompanied during his transfer, preventing any of its members move away or lose visual contact with their fellows.

RP 5: Applying first aid to livestock requiring it, to avoid further complications, following the protocols and the optional instructions, complying with the applicable rules.

5.1 CR emergency treatments to clean wounds indicated by the optional apply, following protocols.

CR 5.2 the obvious symptoms of colic, founder and other easily recognizable physiological alterations, are identified, informing staff that appropriate and acting with urgency as established by the optional in a protocol.

CR 5.3 animals which are acts of urgency deviate and frozen, watching until the arrival of medical personnel.

CR 5.4 animals sections of urgency are accommodated in a clean, dry, and comfortable bed.

CR 5.5 paragraphs animals are arranged with muzzles, blankets, bandages, or other elements in cases of urgency which is prescriptive (indicated in a Protocol), until the arrival of the relevant personnel.



Professional context: means of production: animals of different race, sex and age. Run-on blocks, individual boxes. Sestiles with deck, verderas and pens. Collective feeders. Individual feeders. Collective automatic waterers. Automatic individual troughs. Arrangements for feed. Wheelbarrows and cubes. Media Motor for the preparation and distribution of feed and fodder and for the transport of material (haulers, tractors with trailer). Material handling and transport of animals (bridles of block sizes, nosebands, guindaletas, whips, trallas, transport guards, bands of rest). Premises for storage of material handling of livestock (guadarnés). Jetty for means of transport for livestock. Media type-approved for the transport of livestock. Drugs, material for the transport, conservation and application of first aid medications. Thermometer. Sleeves for the relocation of livestock. Feed. Forages. Feed additives. Minerals Correctors. Storage of feed and fodder. Systems for the identification of cattle.



Products and results: livestock fed from balanced according to the physiological stage. Animals and equipment prepared for recreational, work or sporting purposes. Embarked and disembarked for transportation. Groups of animals transported safely. First aid applied to animals who need it.



Used or generated information: technical details of operation of various equipment and materials. Datasheets on nutritional composition of the food. Nutritional requirements of animals different data sheets. Chip techniques on the application of first aid to animals. Internal protocols in exploitation. Rules governing the activity. Parties or internal control record. Health guides.



Unit 2 competition: Carry out hygiene, physical care and maintenance of the cattle horse level: 2 code: UC0720_2 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: hygiene of livestock operations to achieve a good general condition of the animals, and prevent diseases and other complications in health of them, following the protocols, complying with the applicable rules of occupational risk prevention plan , applicable animal and environmental welfare.

CR 1.1 the material to carry out the tasks of hygiene of livestock is selected, optimizing the brushing, cleaning or sanitation of the body area shown, wiping and disinfecting it, in your case, once work is complete.

1.2 CR wounds, scars and more delicate areas of the body may be cleaned carefully, avoiding damage to the animal and following the standards of performance established by the optional or higher level staff.

CR 1.3 livestock is peeled or sheared in case required, preserving the physical well-being and the aesthetics of the animal according to the use that is made of the same.

1.4 CR mane and tail comb, unravel or collecting, avoiding the fall or excessive hairs start.

1.5 CR animal shower partially or completely based on factors such as ambient temperature, the water temperature and State of the animal, among others, sweating drying it subsequently following protocols.

2 RP: Rating the general State of the equine livestock, registering any physical alteration warned according to established protocol to keep it in good condition, complying with the applicable rules.

CR 2.1 external examination of each animal and its surroundings is thoroughly, detecting possible injuries, signs and symptoms of diseases and other important physical alterations.

CR 2.2 parameters weight and size of the cattle are regularly determined techniques and equipment established, registering information and communicating it to the personnel of higher level for further study.

CR 2.3 helmets are reviewed, checking the condition of each of the external parts, informing staff that matches any incident.

CR 2.4 State of helmets and the hardware of the animals is reviewed periodically, in collaboration with the specialist in the implementation and maintenance of the same.

3 RP: Manage cattle equine health treatments prescribed by the physician, by performing a test sample if required to maintain the health of the State, following the protocols and instructions received, and complying with the applicable rules.
3.1 CR products and means to be used in the treatment prescribed by the physician are prepared in advance, check its status.

CR 3.2 the treatment indicated by the optional for an animal or group of animals is given, using the techniques, equipment and products suitable for each case.

CR 3.3 cattle are vaccinated and wormes with periodicity, products, media and specified by the optional dose.

CR 3.4 the taking of samples prescribed by the physician is performed, in accordance with established protocol.

CR 3.5 medical treatment prescribed by the physician for equine cattle (production of meat, sports activities, among others) destination to which they go directed is given, following the same instructions to ensure its effectiveness.

CR 3.6 equine livestock, if necessary, sacrifice, fulfilling conditions related to animal welfare to ensure respect for the environment and the potential consumer.

4 RP: Perform physical maintenance in the equine livestock to ensure the general condition of the animals, following protocols and received instructions, complying with the applicable rules.

CR 4.1 animals examined externally before moving them, checking that complications that hamper their activity there are no.

CR 4.2 select materials and equipment used for the movement of animals, verifying that they are in a State of use, which are sufficient and that conform to work to perform.

CR 4.3 animals are trained in the way, and with duration and intensity by the experts for each activity and the spaces and places indicated.

CR 4.4 horses are moved to different aires to identify possible lameness or other defects in the displacement.

CR 4.5 mechanical means that, if required, are used to aid in the movement of the animals are used according to the instructions of use of them.



Professional context: means of production: animals of different race, sex and age. Run-on blocks, individual boxes. Shovels, rakes, pitchforks, wheelbarrows and cubes. Material handling, working and cleaning of animals (bridles of block of different sizes, nosebands, bridle of work, fillets, snacks, reins, whips, guindaletas, working bands, bands of resting, grooming, brushes, currycombs,...). Automatic shearing machine and shearing scissors. Balance and cane zoometric. Local to store the cleaning, handling and work of livestock (guadarnés). Premises for storage of medicines and Colt for cures and explorations. Drugs, material for the application of injectable drugs in feed, water or topic; refrigerators and material conservation of medicines. Thermometer. Straw and shavings for beds. Showers for horses. Tracks and circles for the movement of livestock. Mechanical means for cattle work. Systems for the identification of cattle.



Products and results: equine livestock clean and healthy. Cattle horse revised and registered physical tampering. Medical treatments prescribed by the physician administered according to the indications received. Cattle horses trained and in good physical condition.



Used or generated information: technical details of operation of various equipment and materials. Tokens of recognition of diseases on the farm (general and individual). Registration of the health programme, medicines, administration, management and storage of these types. Registration of timeouts before the sacrifice (for animal waste and/or intended for the production of meat). Internal protocols in exploitation. Rules governing the activity. Parties or internal control record.



Unit 3 competition: Make the handling of cattle horses during your reproduction and rearing level: 2 code: UC0721_2 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: run daily management of the exploitation of horses players to optimize production, following established protocol and complying with environmental legislation, of prevention of labour risks of health and animal welfare.

CR 1.1 the stallions, during its reproductive stage, are kept in shape by exercising, adapting them to the facilities and the means employed.

CR 1.2 breeding mares are handled during this stage, taking into account the condition and physiological state of the same and the peculiarities arising from their condition.

CR 1.3 players are located, avoiding places and situations that cause nervousness and anxiety to them.

CR 1.4 harrows that accompany the mares during the work of reproduction are controlled, checking that they remain next to them and that they do not disturb the different processes.

2 RP: Detect jealousy in collaboration with qualified personnel, to maximize the number of gestations according to established protocol and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 2.1 breeding mares are daily observed in the breeding season for warning signs or obvious symptoms of zeal, informing staff that it corresponds according to established protocol.

CR 2.2 mares in heat as possible are identified by the observation of characteristic signs, informing the staff to proceed with the confirmation of the same.

CR 2.3 the spaces used for the detection of heat, are conditioned before the entry of the animal.

CR 2.4 mares were moved to the place of confirmation of zeal, working with specialists during the development process.

3 RP: Carrying out of mating of mares and extraction of semen to the Stallion in collaboration with qualified personnel to optimize reproductive efficiency, following protocols and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 3.1 the spaces used for the covering are conditioned before the entry of the animal.

CR 3.2 players is asean, preparing them for the mating process in order to get the maximum performance of the process.

CR 3.3 sires are led to the place of the mating once proven that the mare is ready.

CR 3.4 mares are frozen, protecting them during mating, following instructions given by the staff.

CR 3.5 Stud moves during the cover according to the instructions received from the staff.

4 RP: Handle mares inseminated during the gestation process, noting its development to warn possible anomalies during the following protocols and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 4.1 the pregnant mares are seen daily, identifying signs or obvious symptoms of miscarriages or other abnormal processes during gestation.

CR 4.2 mares with possible signs or symptoms of abortion or other abnormalities in gestation, are identified, communicating to staff to proceed with the study and verification of them.

CR 4.3 stays where you will find the pregnant mares are conditioned to provide the required comfort.

CR 4.4 term pregnant mares are monitored, warning symptoms and/or signs of imminent childbirth and transferring them to the indicated spaces (crates) that facilitate their attendance at the time of delivery.

5 RP: Help in the time of the birth in collaboration with qualified personnel watching the Mare and her foal in the days immediately after to ensure the tillering, following protocols and compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 5.1 Mares who have obvious symptoms of childbirth are identified, informing staff that it corresponds.

CR 5.2 delivery of the mares we are witnessing in collaboration with qualified personnel, if necessary, according to the indications received.

CR 5.3 placenta and fetal annexes other remains are removed from the place of birth once examined by qualified personnel.

CR 5.4 the mares and foals born to uncontrolled births moved to the specified location, reviewing their State and informing staff that it corresponds.

CR 5.5 the correct development of the Pony and tillering process is monitored in the days after birth, communicating incidents to staff concerned.

6 RP: Handle the Colts during their weaning and rearing, to optimize production, following established protocol and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 6.1 foals weaning is done at the right time, treating them with softness and complying with the Protocol established by the exploitation.

CR 6.2 ponies from growing in freedom are moved regularly and so orderly and quiet block to be moored and revised.

CR 6.3 rearing foals are reviewed one by one once moored to identify possible injury, injury or other major alterations, informing staff corresponding and bringing it to cure if required.

CR 6.4 revised once growing foals are cleaned to maintain hygiene and fidget with it to earn your trust and ensure its Taming.

CR 6.5 ponies from growing that, due to illness or injury, may not be let in freedom, are frozen and controlled individually, separating them in a box until its recovery.

CR 6.6 ponies from growing once they have received the necessary care, are released according to established protocol.



Professional context: means of production:
Breeding and rearing of different race, sex and age foals. Blocks runs, individual boxes, crates. Sestiles with deck, verderas and pens. Shovels, rakes, pitchforks, wheelbarrows and cubes. Straw and shavings for beds. Material management players and Colts (bridles of block sizes, nosebands, guindaletas, trallas, laces). Local to store the management of livestock (guadarnés). Local for localization of a foal for exploration. Local for cruising and coverings. Systems for detection of estrus in mares. Systems for the identification of cattle.



Products and results: Mares, stallions, breeding and rearing foals exercised, managed and located. Jealousy detected in breeding mares. Covered mares and semen from sires. Pregnant mares handled during gestation. Assisted delivery and mares and foals monitored within days. Colts handled during weaning and growing.



Used or generated information: technical details of operation of various equipment and materials. Internal protocols in exploitation. Indexes and reports of objectives related to the structure of the holding. Rules governing the activity. Parties or internal control record.



Unit 4 competition: Prepare and condition the cattle EQUINE for your presentation in exhibitions and competitions level: 2 code: UC0722_2 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: prepare equine livestock for display in exhibitions and contests, complying with the applicable rules and regulations of each of them.

1.1 CR material preparation of horses for display in exhibitions and contests is selected, adapting to each animal.

CR 1.2 the aesthetics of the animals cared for daily, depending on the type of exhibition or contest that will be attending.

CR 1.3 horses are trained in appropriate, sufficiently large spaces and more similar as possible to the scenarios of subsequent submissions of mode, duration, and intensity by the experts for each activity.

1.4 CR movements and specific positions that must perform and take animals during a given display type, practice perfecting them, with techniques for this mode.

2 RP: Conditioning horses won before its presentation in exhibitions and contests, complying with the applicable rules and regulations of each of them.

CR 2.1 livestock are transported, where required, to exhibits and contests with the timescale allowing the animals to rest before their presentation.

2.2 CR acclimatization and making animals contact with new places of stay and work from your transfer to the beginning of your presentation, are progressively.

2.3 CR horses that will participate in any exhibition or contest are exercised in the spaces enabled until the time of his presentation, walking them (when possible) by the track or place of submission prior to familiarize them with her.

CR 2.4 the aesthetics of the horses and the material used during his presentation, are cared for and maintained before his departure to track, fulfilling the regulations of each type of exhibition or contest.

CR 2.5 the twisted and/or knotted Manes and tails is done so it lasts the shortest possible time, and the hair can return to its natural state at the end of the event.

3 RP: Present equine livestock exhibitions and competitions ensuring maximum performance and compliance with the applicable rules and regulations of each of them.

CR 3.1 the horse that participates with animals from other holdings, is controlled, avoiding the proximity between them.

CR 3.2 the movements of the horse during the exhibitions and contests are looking for the highest yield of the animals and respecting rules and regulations that govern them.

CR 3.3 horse is reassuring following his participation in the exhibitions and contests gradually, using the spaces to do so before placing it back in place of rest.



Professional context: means of production: animals of different race, sex and age. Run-on blocks, individual boxes. Sestiles with deck, verderas and pens. Material handling and transport of animals (bridles of block sizes, fillet/snack bridles, nosebands, guindaletas, whips, trallas, cinchuelos, straps, saddles, protective, protective work transport, campaigns, bands etc.). Local to save material handling and transportation of livestock (guadarnés). Tracks and circles for the movement of livestock. Mechanical means for cattle work. Jetty for means of transport for livestock. Media type-approved for the transport of livestock. Systems for the identification of cattle.



Products and results: equine cattle aesthetically prepared for participation in exhibitions or competitions. Cattle horses accommodated and conditioning for their participation in exhibitions or competitions. Cattle horse presented in exhibitions or competitions.



Used or generated information: technical details of operation of different equipment, materials and media for the movement and transportation of livestock. Indexes and reports of objectives related to the structure of the holding. With rules and regulations regulatory activity. Parts or livestock control record. Health guides.



Unit 5 competition: Assemble and maintain installations, machinery and equipment of the farm livestock level: 2 code: UC0006_2 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: mount installations and equipment of the livestock farm with the required materials, according to the environment and production system, to ensure the same activities, following the technical specifications and compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 1.1 elements, materials, supplies and tools required in the Assembly of installations and equipment are selected, taking into account the environment and production system.

CR 1.2 field of Assembly facilities and equipment is prepared, using machines, equipment, supplies and tools required to the production system of cattle.

CR 1.3 the basic structures of the facilities and equipment are mounted, following the technical specifications.

CR 1.4 installation, corresponding to the livestock farm systems are verified periodically, detecting possible alterations of parameters of function or damage.

CR 1.5 simple systems breakdowns are repaired, replacing damaged or worn items if required.

2 RP: Provide the facilities to keep them clean and in the State established in technical specifications, compliance with the applicable rules.

2.1 CR products and cleaning apply procedure are selected, preparing them according to the operations to be carried out.

CR 2.2 the premises and facilities are cleaned by the procedures selected, checking that they are free from preparations, and organic waste for its next use, according to established protocols.

CR 2.3 cleaning products, are recorded in brackets established according to regulations in force.

CR 2.4 storage or disposal of waste generated and recycling of waste, is the places established for each of them.

3 RP: Performing the maintenance and conservation of the premises of livestock exploitation in accordance with the technical specifications, so that they are operational, compliance legislation.

CR 3.1 basic maintenance of the electrical installations of exploitation operations are performed, through substitution, adaptation or repairs easy, checking their status and performance.

CR 3.2 basic supply of food and water maintenance operations are performed, subsequently verifying your status and operation.

CR 3.3 the basic operations of maintenance of the air conditioning system is made by substitution, adaptation or simple repairs.

3.4 CR parameters environmental premises are regulated, regularly adapting them to the needs of the animals according to established protocol.

CR 3.5 the first aid kit is reviewed, identifying drugs and cure material.

4 PR: Making the revision, maintenance and operation of the machinery and equipment of cattle, keeping them in working order to avoid alterations of the productive process according to established protocols, technical specifications and complying with the applicable rules.

4.1 CR machinery and equipment of cattle are kept in State of use with the established procedures, reviewing them with the frequency indicated in the technical manuals.

CR 4.2 simple breakdowns of machinery and equipment are repaired with operations and required spare parts.

4.3 CR machinery, equipment, supplies and tools are selected, in accordance with the requirements of each operation and pace of work required, avoiding interruptions or waiting times.

CR 4.4 tractors and machinery are coupled and managed, taking into account the work to be done, by controlling its operation, management, with the pace of work established.
CR 4.5 machinery, equipment, supplies and tools, after use, ordered, in the required places and conditions of use for the next use.

CR 4.6 basic assistance and first aid techniques are applied in case of accident.



Professional context: means of production: self-propelled machines for loading, unloading and transportation of raw materials and animals. Equipment for livestock facilities cleaning, feeding, extraction and preservation of livestock products. Instruments for the maintenance and repair of facilities, machines and equipment. Machines, equipment and livestock facilities.



Products and results: facilities and cattle equipment installed in function of the environment and the production system. Premises and facilities of the livestock farm clean and conditioned. Cattle facilities checked and maintained in a State of use. Machinery and equipment of the livestock holding checked and maintained in use.



Used or generated information: service manuals. Manual of machinery and equipment. Technical information about work performance. Technical information about possibilities and limitations of machines to use. Technical manuals for maintenance of machines and livestock facilities. Legislation on occupational risk prevention. Legislation on transport. With applicable rules on organic production.



TRAINING module 1: feeding, handling GENERAL and first aid to the livestock EQUINE level: 2 code: MF0719_2 associated with UC: feed and perform general management and first aid to the equine livestock duration: 90 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: select the procedures to be used for the equine animal feeding at each stage of the life of the animal complying with the applicable rules.

CE1.1 describe the relevant aspects of the digestive system of cattle horses.

CE1.2 distinguish the different types of equine animal feed, as well as their modes of storage and conservation.

CE1.3 identify methods of distribution of rations of food and supply of each of these places.

CE1.4 differentiate the various types of plug-ins used in livestock feed and mandatory cases of its supply.

CE1.5 describe the signs and symptoms that denote alteration in food and accessories used in the equine animal feeding.

CE1.6 explain the characteristics of rations required by animals depending on your weight, age, fate, physiological situation and type of work carried out.

CE1.7 define the techniques, products and quantities suitable to perform the artificial feeding of a foal.

CE1.8 in a practical course of equine feed from given conditions:-detect food and accessories used in the feeding of cattle horses that are in poor condition.

-Make the provision of a food ration complete and adequate to animals of different race, sex and age.

-Perform the artificial feeding a colt.

C2: Apply the general management for cattle horses used in recreational, work and sports purposes, to achieve objectives, complying with the applicable rules.

CE2.1 quote the conditions of development of each of these activities, as well as the use that is made of the animals therein.

CE2.2 describe the care that needs this type of cattle prior to its use in any of these activities.

CE2.3 explain the most common pathologies that impede the use of these animals for a specific activity.

CE2.4 quote the work of aesthetic conditioning of livestock for each of these activities.

CE2.5 describe the different types of equipment and materials that are used with these animals for the realization of any of these activities.

CE2.6 in a practical course of preparation of the cattle for use in recreational, work and sports from given conditions:-carry out the cleaning and revision prior to an animal that is to be used in a specified activity.

-Fit and adjust materials and timely work teams to the animals.

-Aesthetically conditioned the animal pursuant to the activity that is to be used.

-Let the animal in perfect condition for your relaxation after use.

C3: Apply techniques of loading and unloading of equids, materials and equipment for the transport of horses, minimizing risks and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CE3.1 describe the minimum characteristics that must meet transport for the equine cattle.

CE3.2 quote different materials and equipment to be used for the packaging and protection of livestock during transport.

CE3.3 explain the different techniques to be used to carry out a proper loading and unloading of livestock.

CE3.4 quote minimum safety standards that must be met during the transport of livestock.

CE3.5 relate the different care and attention that has received livestock during transport.

CE3.6 identify the right time to convey equine livestock depending on the time, climatology, status of the animals and duration of transport.

CE3.7 in a practical course of transport of horses from given conditions:-conducting the review of means of transport, recognizing the same fitness.

-Place the protective equipment for transport a horse.

-Carry out the embarkation and disembarkation of a horse.

-Properly placed several horses within the same means of transport.

C4: Apply techniques of transportation for the movement of animals in group, complying legislation CE4.1 quote the procedures to be followed to achieve the correct grouping of animals before transferring them in group.

CE4.2 identifying signs or obvious symptoms of an animal who has trouble being transferred in group.

CE4.3 quote the minimum conditions of security that should be the route by which animals will be shifted in group.

CE4.4 indicate the specifications contained in the standard of prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare related to the transportation of animals in group.

CE4.5 in a practical course of transportation of animals in Group:-grouping the animals in the same batch prior to his transfer.

-Move the animals in a safe and orderly manner.

-Control animals during the entire transfer group.

C5: Applying first aid to equine cattle before symptoms of disease, injuries and wounds subject of emergency cures.

CE5.1 on a horse to recognize symptoms that show injuries or disease.

CE5.2 describe the Protocol before injuries or symptoms of disease in animals must be treated urgently.

CE5.3 recognize wounds, which by its magnitude, need to be addressed urgently.

CE5.4 recognize the different products that are used to treat injuries or wounds.

CE5.5 describe modes of application of the product used on injuries or wounds.

CE5.6 recognize the control tabs corresponding to each type of treatment.

CE5.7 in a practical course of first aid in equine cattle from given conditions:-identify symptoms that disease, injuries and wounds that must be treated urgently on a horse.

-Make a cure of emergency on an injured horse.

-Administer therapeutic treatments prescribed by the physician in case of illness.

-Complete control tabs corresponding to the application of first aid to a horse.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.8; C2 regarding CE2.6; C3 on CE3.7; C4 on CE4.5; C5 regarding CE5.7.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Demonstrate a good make professional.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Show some autonomy in the resolution of small contingencies related to its activity.



Contents: 1. power of horse equipment for preparation, delivery and storage of feed and water. Digestive system: organs and digestive glands. Digestive process.

Preparation, preservation, storage and distribution of food rations and water for livestock.

Addition of supplements to the food rations or water.

Artificial feeding. Features and modes of use of the equipment used for the preparation, delivery and storage of feed and water for livestock.



2 transportation of animals in Group and carriage of means of transport for horses horses: types, characteristics and peculiarities.

Specific legislation on the protection of animals during transport. Liability of the carrier and the rest of the staff handling animals.

Fitness of animals for transport.

Uploads and downloads. Ways to improve welfare in loads, during transport, and downloads. Impact of driving on animal welfare.

Trips of long duration. Special long-lasting travel conditions. Travel plans. 2 hours.
Documentation for transport: authorization and registration of the carrier and the vehicle. Documentation that must accompany the animals. Animal identification.

Design of vehicles. Cleaning and disinfection of vehicles.

Plans of health alert. Importance of transport in the transmission of diseases.

Road safety.

With applicable rules of prevention of labour risks 3. First aid signs equine livestock and obvious symptoms of diseases that must be dealt with urgently. Identification and detection of animals with diseases to treat urgent. Handling of urgent actions. Modification of the normal state of the individual: injuries and wounds to be treated urgently. Pathological processes common in the horse that must be dealt with urgently.



4 horses for work activities and games. Character and behavior of the same races. Work activities and disciplines were: works in the field, dressage and doma vaquera, jump obstacles, eventing, harassment and demolition, contest of hooves, raid, racing horses, walks and horse riding.

Lifestyles and habitual behavior in horses in freedom. Lifestyles and habitual behavior of the horses away individually. Habitual behaviors that define the character of the horse. Abnormal behavior and vices in mounted horse.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to food and realization of general management and first aid equine livestock, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 1 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 2: hygiene, physical care and maintenance of the cattle horse level: 2 code: MF0720_2 associated with UC: hygiene, care and physical maintenance of the equine livestock duration: 120 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: select equipment used in livestock sanitation and cleanliness and hygiene techniques to keep horses in hygienic conditions complying with the applicable rules.

CE1.1 describe the material needed to carry out cleaning or sanitation of different parts of the animal, as well as the modes of cleaning and disinfecting it after use.

CE1.2 describe the techniques of cleaning and hygiene of the horse.

CE1.3 quote the delicate areas of the horse which should pay special attention to the cleanliness and hygiene of the same.

CE1.4 explain the different techniques of hairstyle, braided and sheared the horse.

CE1.5 define the appropriate technique to use for the shower and subsequent drying of a horse depending on the State of the same and the environmental conditions surrounding him.

CE1.6 in a practical course of hygiene of a horse from a given conditions:-be showered and subsequent drying of a horse.

-Perform the tasks of hairstyle and culled of the Manes and tails to a horse.

-Perform the bare and/or sheared a horse body regions according to their usefulness.

-Carry out the braided or knotted to a horse mane and tail.

-Undo the braid.

-Carry out the cleaning and disinfecting of materials and equipment used to perform cleaning and hygiene of animals.

C2: Specify the basic care that must be applied in horses to maintain a proper state of health, complying with the applicable rules.

CE2.1 recognize the external regions of cattle horses.

CE2.2 describe different methods for weighing and measuring of animals.

CE2.3 quote the signs and symptoms of diseases and/or physiological changes more frequent on the horse.

CE2.4 differentiate the various parts that make up the hull of the horse, to point out the care carried out at the same.

CE2.5 explain the methods of fastening of the animal to assist in the realization of the hardware.

CE2.6 recognizing alterations in the natural movement of the animals that could be associated to hardware problems.

CE2.7 in a practical course of basic care in a horse, from a given conditions:-perform the weighing and measuring of the most common parameters in the horse.

-Carry out the thorough observation (static and in motion) a horse recognizing the possible signs and symptoms of irregularities, diseases and/or important physiological alterations.

-To conduct the review and care of the hooves of a horse.

-Specialist help in the hardware of a horse.

C3: Relate the processes to make samples to the equine livestock and apply basic medical treatments to them.

CE3.1 explain the techniques used to make samples to livestock.

CE3.2 identify and describe the Protocol for the implementation of the basic health treatments (vaccinations, deworming, disinfecting, among others) to animals.

CE3.3 recognize the different products that are used for this type of treatment and their modes of implementation.

CE3.4 recognize the control tabs corresponding to each type of treatment.

CE3.5 indicate the collected specifications in the prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare standard related to sampling and application of basic medical treatments to animals.

CE3.6 in a practical course of basic health treatment of cattle horses, from given conditions:-manage the preventive and therapeutic treatments prescribed by the physician.

-Identify a sick horse for the recognition of symptoms showing the disease.

-Complete control tabs corresponding to the different treatments administered to a horse.

C4: Apply techniques aimed at the physical maintenance of cattle horses to keep the physical conditions, complying with the applicable rules.

CE4.1 recognize the external morphologic characteristics of equine cattle.

CE4.2 explain the particular characteristics of the materials and equipment used for the movement of livestock.

CE4.3 quote minimum conditions that must be fulfilled each of the spaces where cattle work.

CE4.4 determine the exercises and works to be carried out according to the characteristics of the horse and weather conditions.

CE4.5 describe the Protocol of the different types of work that are performed with horses to ensure their optimal physical condition.

CE4.6 in a practical course of fitness of a horse, from a given conditions:-estimate the physical condition of an animal before attempting to move it.

-Identify possible anomalies in the animal that impede its exercise.

-Place and fit the animal equipment required for a particular period.

-Work the animal to rope.

-Work in the animal in an automatic Walker.

-Work to the mounted animal (if applicable).

-Let the animal in perfect condition for your relaxation after your exercise.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.6; C2 regarding CE2.7; C3 on CE3.6; C4 on CE4.6.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Demonstrate a good make professional.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Show some autonomy in the resolution of small contingencies related to its activity.



Contents: 1. physiological characteristics of the horse physiology of the musculoskeletal system: main bones, joints, muscles and tendons of the horse.

Physiology of the respiratory system: normal breathing process and fundamental characteristics of its bodies and other components.

Physiology of the digestive system: organs, other components and digestive process.



2. cleaning, hygiene and basic care of horse equipment cleaning and hygiene. Brushed, cleanliness and care of the hair, mane and tail.

Combed, twisted and knotted Manes and tails. Peeled and sheared mandatory in specific areas. Cleaning and care of the helmet. Methods of weighing and measuring. Techniques of fastening of animals for your hardware.

Features and modes of use of the materials and equipment used for cleaning, care and hygiene.

Features and modes of use of the weighing and measuring equipment.

Common parameters for weighing and measuring. Characteristics of the different types of horseshoes and tools usually used for hardware.
3. Basic sampling horse health treatments: Protocol. Signs and symptoms of common diseases.

Identification and detention of sick animals. Management of preventive, therapeutic and preparatory actions. Modification of the normal state of the individual: injuries and injuries of importance. Pathological processes common in the horse.



4 horses in training character and behavior. Techniques and methods of training and preparation of the equine cattle.

Equipment and materials. Usual behaviour of a horse in training.

Habitual behaviors that define the character of horses during his training. Abnormal behavior and vices of horses during his training.

Types of training: phases, duration and particularities of each one of them. Main materials and equipment used in the training and preparation of cattle horses: fundamental characteristics and modes of use. Applicable regulations of occupational risk prevention.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to hygiene, care and physical maintenance of equine livestock, which will be using one of the following ways:-level 1 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) academic training engineer or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 3: management of cattle horses during your reproduction and rearing level: 2 code: MF0721_2 associated with UC: perform management of the equine livestock during playback and rearing duration: 180 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: list material and management of livestock operations required to collaborate with specialists in the process of reproduction.

CE1.1 describe the usual methods of reproduction used in equine cattle.

CE1.2 quote the minimum conditions that must meet the spaces used for the development of the reproductive processes.

CE1.3 relate the materials and equipment used during the various reproductive processes and their modes of use.

CE1.4 describe the players preparing with them before the various reproductive processes.

CE1.5 know the full Protocol of the phases that comprise the various reproductive processes.

CE1.6 describe the actions of management of the players in each of the stages of the reproductive process.

CE1.7 quote the criteria for training of stallions for the collection of semen.

CE1.8 specify the minimum characteristics of age and body development prior to reproduction according to race.

CE1.9 in a practical course of reproductive process in an equine farm from given conditions:-put a space so that it can develop.

-Prepare and handle the equipment and materials needed.

-Manage to players throughout the process.

-Taking into account the labour risks and factors relating to the animal welfare act.

C2: Specify the means and required care that apply to livestock during the stage of heat detection and tracking of gestation to optimize their reproductive efficiency.

CE2.1 describe the spaces, materials and equipment used in the detection of jealousy.

CE2.2 enumerate the methods used in the detection and confirmation of jealousy.

CE2.3 quote, for registration, information relating to the zeal of the females.

CE2.4 describe behaviors or signs of behavior in the female, which denotes the optimal time for the natural mating or artificial insemination.

CE2.5 in a practical course of determination of media and care required in an equine farm:-identify physically or by means of a representation of them, materials and equipment for confirmation of pregnancy.

CE2.6 describe patterns of normal behavior in pregnant females.

CE2.7 distinguish between different patterns of behaviour in the female, possible signs indicating alteration of the normal process of gestation.

CE2.8 list the main causes of abortion in pregnant mares.

C3: Relate media, processes and actions to be carried out at the time of birth and in the days after the birth to optimize the performance of the players, complying with the applicable rules.

CE3.1 in a practical course of action at the time of delivery in an equine farm:-determine whether the particularities of the spaces for the birth of the mares are correct and are adapted to the rules of animal welfare.

CE3.2 describe, according to the behavior of the female, evident signs of childbirth.

CE3.3 list anomalies that may occur at the time of birth by proposing ways of action in collaboration with the veterinary or specialized personnel.

CE3.4 list the care that must be applied to nursing foal during the first hours and days after his birth.

CE3.5 summarize the advantages and disadvantages of artificial lactation.

C4: Apply, for the processes of rearing of foals in a farm, the General guidelines of action complying with the applicable rules.

CE4.1 explain the factors that are taken into account to define the time of weaning of foals.

CE4.2 describe growing foals management guidelines when these are included within the herd.

CE4.3 define actions that allow to get the taming of growing foals.

CE4.4 relate consistent performances to get a management with the Colts that allow greater contacts with their caregivers such as ties, loose and fondling.

CE4.5 describe methods for cleaning and care of growing foals attending the same productive state.

CE4.6 describe the material and equipment necessary for the management of growing foals and their modes of use.

CE4.7 in a practical course of rearing of foals on a horse holding from given conditions:-manage a foal during their weaning.

-Participate in the management of a herd of horses.

-Clamp and check a colt.

-To make cleaning and care a colt.

-Carry out the approach and taming of a foal.

C5: Apply the General rules of the broodstock management in exploitation, which allow a correct development of this productive phase, complying with the applicable rules.

CE5.1 describe the anatomy and physiology of male and female reproductive tract of equine cattle.

CE5.2 describe the physiological characteristics of the reproduction of cattle horses.

CE5.3 explain specific routine management of the stallions in reference to their patterns of behaviour during this period.

CE5.4 quote possible morphological alterations or defects of the players that make advisable not to use them for such purposes.

CE5.5 explain specific routine management of breeding mares, alluding to the modes of action of staff before the existence of dredges.

CE5.6 quote the minimum conditions which must comply with the places of location of the stallions and mares breeders.

CE5.7 in a practical course of broodstock in an equine farm management:-apply the General rules of the broodstock management.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.9; C2 regarding CE2.5; C3 on CE3.1; C4 regarding CE4.7; C5 regarding CE5.7.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Demonstrate a good make professional.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Show some autonomy in the resolution of small contingencies related to its activity.



Contents: 1. equine livestock reproductive process. Equipment and materials physiology of the reproductive tract of the horse: the male and female reproductive organs.

Fertility. Reproductive behavior. Equine reproduction techniques. Care of the Stallion.

Reproductive cycle: puberty, ovarian cycle, celo-ovulacion. Covering: natural ride. Infertility and sterility. Gestation. Birth: signs and symptoms. Breastfeeding in the Mare: specific care. Main materials and equipment used in the reproduction of the equine livestock: fundamental characteristics and modes of use.



2. the nursing foal. Growing foals. Equipment and materials
Birth. Neonatal care. Behavior and characteristics of nursing foal. Encalostramiento, artificial feeding, weaning, stages of the breeding process phases. Process of growing to bait animals: features. Main materials and equipment used in the weaning and rearing of cattle horses: fundamental characteristics and modes of use.



3 character and behaviour of players, nursing foals and yearlings breeding common modes of life and behavior.

Habitual behaviors that define the character of players, nursing foals and yearlings from growing.

Abnormal behavior and vices in players, nursing foals and yearlings from growing.



4. management of players, nursing foals and breeding management of the Stallion in the mating process. Cleaning and disinfection of the reproductive system.

Management of the breeding mares in the mating process. Cleaning and disinfection of the vagina.

The breeding mares during gestation, parturition and lactation management.

Management of the nursing foal during the early days of the birth: imprinting techniques.

Isolated rearing Colt and as a member of herd management.



5. applicable legislation related to the specific handling of cattle horses during playback and re-breeding actions regulated by the applicable regulations relating to protection of the environment.

With applicable rules of prevention of occupational hazards, welfare and transfer of animals and food safety.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the realization of the management of cattle horses for breeding and rearing, which will be using one of the following ways:-level 1 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) academic training engineer other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 4: preparation and conditioning of cattle horses for his presentation in exhibitions and contests level: 2 code: MF0722_2 associated with UC: prepare and condition the equine livestock for display in exhibitions and contests duration: 60 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: prepare equine livestock for their participation in exhibitions and competitions on the basis of the regulations governing them specifying materials and equipment to be used, complying with the applicable rules.

CE1.1 list materials and suitable equipment used for the preparation of livestock in their participation in exhibitions and contests.

CE1.2 quote the characteristics that must meet the spaces used for the preparation of livestock for their presentation in the different types of exhibitions and competitions.

CE1.3 expose the particular rules governing displays and contests in its different modalities affecting the preparation of livestock to these events, as well as movements and obligatory postures to be adopted animals.

CE1.4 describe the techniques of execution of each of the exercises in preparation of the equine livestock for display in the various forms of exhibitions and competitions.

CE1.5 in a practical course of preparation of equine cattle for their participation in an exhibition, starting from a given conditions:-adjust the workspace to the characteristics of the places where the exhibitions or competitions will be held.

-Place and adjust the materials and equipment of training animals.

-Performing exercises preparation of cattle horses for their presentation in the various forms of exhibitions and competitions, the required techniques and correcting abnormal behaviors.

-Exercise the animals movements and mandatory positions to be taken.

-Provide animal care and aesthetic modifications required for submission.

-Perform a simulation of presentation of the animal in the workspace, conforming to the established protocol for the modality in which will participate.

C2: Precise handling that is won equine displays and competitions, and present animals in those events taking into account the established protocol for the mode in which you will participate and complying with the applicable rules.

CE2.1 quote the work of aesthetic conditioning of livestock for each type of exhibition or contest.

CE2.2 explain the methods used for acclimatization and decision of animal contact with the new spaces of exhibition or contest.

CE2.3 describe the tasks of warming of the animal prior to its presentation in exhibitions and contests.

CE2.4 define the Protocol of handling of animals during each phase of a particular exhibition or contest.

CE2.5 indicate the rules of prevention of occupational risks and animal welfare related to the presentation of the equine livestock exhibitions and competitions.

CE2.6 in a practical course of participation of cattle horses in a given exhibition or competition from given conditions:-adapt aesthetically to the animal according to the type of participation.

-Work carried out prior to the presentation of the animal necessary adaptation and warming.

-Present the animal to a particular exhibition or contest according to established protocol.

C3: Slideshow of cattle horses in shows and competitions, with the techniques, materials and equipment required for the mode in which will participate and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CE3.1 describe the reasons to keep a safe distance between animals from different farms.

CE3.2 quote movements that can be ordered in the exhibitions and contests, and the equipment required for each of them.

CE3.3 describe the techniques of relaxation of the horse after his participation in an exhibition or competition.

CE3.4 in a practical course of interpretation of rules of presentation of cattle horses for their participation in an exhibition or competition from given conditions:-identify areas that will carry out the activities.

-Select the movements to be carried out.

-Describe the standards of prevention of labour risks specific of the contest or exhibition.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.5; C2 regarding CE2.6; C3 on CE3.4.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Demonstrate a good make professional.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Show some autonomy in the resolution of small contingencies related to its activity.



Contents: 1. morphological features of the external characteristics of the species horse. Identification and description of the different parts of the body.

Hair: integrity, defects and defects. Distinctive morphological characteristics of different equine breeds.

Colorations and singularities of the different layers. Physiology of the musculoskeletal system of the horse: bones, joints, muscles and tendons. Natural gaits: step, trot and gallop.



2. preparation of horses for exhibits and contests usual behaviour of a horse in preparation for exhibitions and competitions.

Normal, abnormal behavior and vices that define the character of horses during its preparation for exhibitions and competitions.

Techniques and methods of preparation of livestock. Types of exercises: phases, duration and particularities of each one of them.

Materials and equipment used in the preparation of cattle horses for exhibitions and competitions: fundamental characteristics and modes of use. Applicable regulations of occupational risk prevention.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the preparation and conditioning of the equine livestock for display in exhibitions and contests, which will be using one of the following ways:
-Academic training level 1 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) engineer or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 5: installations, machinery and equipment of the farm livestock level: 2 code: MF0006_2 associated with UC: assemble and maintain installations, machinery and equipment of livestock exploitation duration: 90 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: perform operations of preparation, cleaning, and packaging of farm facilities scheduled to keep them operating and disposal of waste generated complying with the applicable rules.

CE1.1 explain the usefulness and performance of the facilities and its regulation and control devices.

CE1.2 detailing the actions carried out, prior to the introduction of animals in a facility (all in all out).

CE1.3 relating to equipment and products required for each operation and cleaning, conditioning and their conditions of employment.

CE1.4 explain the actions carried out in the management of liquid manure, manure and removal of corpses.

CE1.5 indicate the measures applicable for the protection of animals in farming, of prevention of occupational hazards, protection of the environment and food security involving the refurbishment of facilities operations.

CE1.6 in a practical course of an installation of a livestock farm with a few conditions:-prepare to put up, the different elements of the installation.

-Perform the start-up and shutdown of the elements of the installation.

-Check the functioning of elements of control and regulation.

-Perform tasks of cleaning and conditioning at the times and conditions.

-Implement the personal security measures.

C2: Carry out assembly operations and maintenance of first level (of use) of livestock facilities for conservation in State of use, fulfilling the applicable legislation concerning labour and environmental risk prevention.

CE2.1 explain the usefulness and performance of the systems installed in the exploitation and its regulation and control devices.

CE2.2 describe components of auxiliary systems, electrical installations, water, ventilation, heating and air conditioning as well as its maintenance.

CE2.3 describe the processes, materials and media to mount small livestock facilities.

CE2.4 explain the major peacekeeping operations, taking into account the required technical instructions.

CE2.5 describe the conditions of ventilation, heating and air conditioning necessary in installations and warehouses of the exploitation.

CE2.6 identify maintenance operations that require staff with higher qualifications.

CE2.7 indicate the measures of prevention of labour risks that affect the use of livestock facilities operations.

CE2.8 in a practical course of an electrical installation, water, ventilation, heating or air conditioning simulated, and established conditions:-assemble and disassemble simple electrical elements (lighting, outlets, switches, fuse).

-Assemble and disassemble pipes, valves, filters and other simple elements in water and heating facilities.

-Connect and isolate faulty lighting power lines.

-Perform the start-up and shutdown of the installation.

CE2.9 in a practical course of mounting a small facility or livestock equipment, with a few conditions:-prepare the ground using machines, tooling and tools appropriate to the defined system.

-Assemble and disassemble simple elements of the system.

-Check the correct functioning of the systems after installation.

-Carry out previous operations with skill, getting the rhythms and qualities of work required and applying the measures of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection.

C3: Operate the machinery, regulating it for the indicated performance, complying with the applicable rules of occupational risk prevention.

CE3.1 describe the mechanisms of operation of the machinery.

CE3.2 explain the process of operation of various functions of the equipment according to the manufacturer's instructions.

CE3.3 describe the procedures for regulation and adjustment of equipment depending on the working conditions.

CE3.4 enunciating standards of safety in the use of machinery and equipment to prevent risks personal and General.

CE3.5 indicate the measures of prevention of labour risks that affect the processes of operation of machinery.

CE3.6 in a practical course of management of livestock machinery laid down conditions:-identify the elements of drive and its function.

-Determine the appropriate work variables (speed, controls and regulations, tours and circuits work).

-Skillfully operate tractors and traction equipment getting the rhythms and quality of work required.

-Regulate the machinery and equipment used by applying the basic rules of safety and getting the rhythms and qualities of work required.

-Calculate work, yields and efficiencies of the machinery and equipment capabilities.

C4: Execute maintenance operations, basic repairs and simple adaptations in machinery and equipment, keeping them in a State of immediate use, using the materials and resources required and complying with the applicable rules.

CE4.1 describe major peacekeeping operations and their frequency in machinery and equipment of the exploitation, interpreting signs and technical instructions of the maintenance schedule.

CE4.2 describe tooling and tools required to perform the first level and basic repair operations.

CE4.3 explain the most important features of the equipment, spare parts and materials (oils, filters, fuel, belts, conveyor belts, augers, and others) used in the maintenance of the machinery of exploitation.

CE4.4 indicate the measures of prevention of labour risks that affect the operations of maintenance of machinery and equipment of exploitation.

CE4.5 in a practical case of a machine or equipment, according to conditions set forth both in their specifications as of use:-describe the operations to be carried out at all times for maintenance of first level.

-Determine the necessary tools to maintain it.

-Manage skilfully selected tools.

-Distinguish the repairs or improvements that must be made on workshop by qualified personnel that can be performed on the farm.

-Check the correct functioning of the machine after maintenance.

-Register maintenance operations and observed incidents indicating the time advisable to repeat the operation.

-Apply the standards of prevention of occupational risks.

-Eliminate the residues of maintenance in accordance with standards of occupational risk prevention and preservation of the environment.

C5: Specify the measures of prevention of occupational risks in facilities of the holding and the use of machinery and equipment, adapted to work situations and preserving the environment for the applicable regulations.

CE5.1 explain the requirements of hygienic and personal security that should meet the installations, machinery and equipment used in the operation and describe the measures necessary for its correct use.

CE5.2 identify the factors of impact on the environment of the operation of the installations, machinery and equipment of the holding.

CE5.3 justify the importance of the environmental protection measures.

CE5.4 identify the factors and most common risk situations in facilities and in the use of machinery and equipment; analysing their causes and deduce its consequences.

CE5.5 describe properties and form of use of the clothes and items of personal protection appropriate to the operations will be performed.

CE5.6 identify devices and security measures in the management of installations, machinery and equipment of exploitation and recognize the rules of hygiene and protection of the environment.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.6; C2 CE2.8 and CE2.9; C3 on CE3.6; C4 on CE4.5.

Other capabilities: comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Demonstrate a good make professional.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Show some autonomy in the resolution of small contingencies related to its activity.



Contents: 1. components and conditioning of the livestock farm facilities
Types and accommodation systems and facilities of cattle. Installations of storage, preparation and distribution of feed solid or liquid. Environmental requirements for ships. Ships environmental factors: humidity, temperature and ventilation, heating, cooling and lighting. Automatic environmental control systems. Facilities for the storage and conservation of other inputs. Other facilities and equipment.



2. components, maintenance and basic repairs at facilities of water, electricity, heating, ventilation and air conditioning water systems; deposits, network, drinking fountains, filters, pumps, disinfection, among others. Electrical installations in cattle. Heating, ventilation and air conditioning installations.

Auxiliary facilities.



3. safe procedures in the use of facilities and systems of livestock exploitation risks and prevention of accidents and damage to the use of facilities of the holding. First aid and emergencies in the exploitation of systems, facilities and personal protection items. Handling and storage of toxic and dangerous products: fuels and Flammables. Lubricants. Handling, storage, and records of medications. Handling, storage, and records of waste and livestock by-products. Preservation of the environment with the use of facilities. Legislation related to occupational health.



4 machinery and equipment livestock exploitation needs of machinery and equipment in stockbreeding operations. Types, components, adjustment and adaptations. First level of machinery and equipment maintenance. Basic repair of faults in machinery and equipment. Materials for the maintenance and basic repair of machinery and equipment for cattle. Lubricants: characteristics, classification and applications. Fuels: characteristics, types. Other materials.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the installation and maintenance of installations, machinery and equipment of the farm, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework), or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.

Annex VII professional qualification: professional family ecological stockbreeding: agrarian level: 2 code: AGA227_2 general competence of rational management of livestock operations in ecological farms, animals and/or animal products organic production, as well as implementation, use, maintenance and collection of arable crops and pastures, in an organic cattle farm, applying criteria of quality, sustainability and profitability complying with the rules of organic production, quality control and of applicable occupational risk prevention.



Competition UC0723_2 units: prepare the ground and establish pasture and arable crops for ecological farming UC0724_2: the tasks of production and collection of pasture and arable crops for feed in organic livestock UC0006_2: assemble and maintain installations, machinery and equipment of cattle UC0725_2: rational management of livestock operations on ecological farms UC0726_2 : Produce animals and ecological animal products professional environment professional develops his professional activity in the production department in the area of ecological, dedicated livestock / or to the production of animals or animal products ecological entities of public or private, nature in large, medium and small companies, both on their own and of others regardless of their legal form. It develops its activity depending on your case, functional and/or hierarchical from a superior. You may have staff occasionally, seasonally or stable. In the development of the professional activity apply the principles of universal accessibility in accordance with the applicable legislation.



Productive sectors lies in the agricultural sector, within the subsector of ecological farming in the following production activities: ecological livestock holdings. The ecological stockbreeding service companies. Institutions of research and experimentation in organic livestock production. Classrooms of nature. School farms. Certification of organic products companies.



Occupations and jobs relevant terms from the following list of occupations and jobs are used with generic and all-inclusive nature of women and men.

Skilled workers in workers ecological stockbreeding farms qualified skilled workers livestock training associated (660 hours) training modules MF0723_2: preparation of the ground and introduction of pasture and arable organic (150 hours) MF0724_2: workings of production and harvesting of grass and ecological arable crops (150 hours) MF0006_2: installations, machinery and equipment of cattle (90 hours) MF0725_2 : Rational management on ecological farms (120 hours) MF0726_2: production of animals and ecological animal products (150 hours) unit of competition 1: prepare land and implement PASTURES and crops ARABLE in farms livestock ecological level: 2 code: UC0723_2 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: determine crop to implement, the quality of the Prairie and other actions to be carried out on the farm for ecological stockbreeding based on an analysis of the characteristics of the agricultural system (soil, climate, irrigation, among others), and the technical advice required, complying with the applicable rules of organic production.

CR 1.1 climate data in the area are collected by consulting the established documents to determine their influence on crops implanted.

CR 1.2 pratense flora data are collected to determine the quality of the grass.

CR 1.3 data collected are recorded in brackets following protocols established.

CR 1.4 soil and water samples are taken at places and with means indicated, following established protocol.

1.5 CR availability, origin, quality and legal situation of irrigation water is analyzed, checking the suitability of the crop, with the indicated technical advice.

1.6 CR topographic features, shape and dimension of the plot are analyzed, determining the required actions.

CR 1.7 the adaptability of species and varieties selected agro-ecological characteristics of the medium, is titrated with technical advice suitable to its implementation or to address the transformation of conventional farming to organic.

CR 1.8 ecological characteristics of adjacent plots are studied by assessing their influence on the organic farm crops.

2 RP: Carry out the work of preparing the ground for planting, using machinery and techniques required in the technical planning function, and complying with the applicable rules.

2.1 CR tasks of clearing, levelling, terracing and abancalado are carried out with the required machinery, at the time and at the depth indicated, minimizing erosion and maximizing the utilization of water, according to technical specifications.

CR 2.2 tasks of site preparation and transformation of conventional agriculture to organic are made according to technical specifications.

CR 2.3 small drainage, catchment and water storage works are performed, following technical directions.

CR 2.4 amendments and authorized preliminary Subscribers apply in the season, the prescribed dose and evenly, optimizing the physical, chemical, and biological properties of the soil.

CR 2.5 the surface tasks are carried out at the right time, leaving the land suitable for planting.

2.6 CR machinery, tools and specific tools of work of preparing the ground, amendments and subscribers are reviewed, keeping them in a State of use.

3 RP: Perform the planting of grasslands and ecological arable crops, for the implementation of the species indicated following the established planning, compliance with the applicable rules.
CR 3.1 seeds are selected, taking into account the rotations and associations established polyculture and how to plant them, preparing them for greater efficiency in the use of resources and the control of pests, diseases and unwanted grasses.

3.2 CR Prairie and organic herb cultivation is sowing, taking into account the dose and frameworks established with the proper equipment.

CR 3.3 sowing is verified if required, correcting the question with a work of replanting.

3.4 CR first aid crops (weeding, binado, health, among others) are made, according to protocols, ensuring the initial development of the same.

3.5 CR machinery, tools and selected specific tools are handled, keeping them in a State of use following procedures and frequency indicated in their respective manuals.

4 RP: Operations management, maintenance and repair of tractors and agricultural equipment of traction to keep them operating, in the work/operations programmed inside and outside exploitation according to the indications of the technical manuals, and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 4.1 tractors are managed, taking into account the work to be done, by controlling its operation, accuracy and pace of work established.

4.2 CR tractor and machinery are flattened depending on the work to be done, signaling them, when it circulates through public roads, fulfilling the code of agricultural vehicles and complementary regulations.

CR 4.3 workshop is ordered, optimising space, access to tools and equipment for immediate use.

CR 4.4 tractors and traction equipment, are reviewed with the periodicity specified in maintenance manuals to keep them operating.

CR 4.5 of assembly/disassembly, welding, basic repair and machining operations with equipment and tools required, and the stated accuracy.

CR 4.6 basic sanitary techniques and first aid are applied immediately in case of accident.



Professional context: means of production: meteorological station. Equipment for sampling of soil and water. Leveling equipment, drains and drainage equipment. Break teams. Subsoiler. Tools and equipment for the preparation of the soil. Amendments and organic and chemical fertilisers authorised for use in organic farming. Workshop with tools for the basic maintenance of tractors and machines. Meter of nitrogen contained in the manure. First aid kit. Applicable means of signaling.



Products and results: crops to implement in certain exploitation according to the characteristics of the agricultural system (soil, climate, irrigation, among others). Land prepared for planting ecological. Grasslands and ecological arable crops sown. Tractors and agricultural traction equipment serviced and in State of use.



Used or generated information: management and maintenance of tractors, machinery and equipment manuals. Service manuals. Manuals of weather and soil. Methods for the interpretation of soil analysis. Information about soils, flora and climate data of the area. Manuals on management of soil in organic farming. Manuals on fertilizers and biological fertilization practice. Basic and applied Botany. Soil applied science. Irrigation systems. Applied plant science. Bibliography on organic farming. Information about soil and climatic requirements of the crops of the area. General bibliography on flora pratense, arable and forage crops. Specific bibliography on cultivated species and management of pastures. Rules on organic production. With applicable rules of prevention of occupational risks at work. Data sheets with information about date, duration, performance and impact of the operations carried out.



UNIT of competency 2: Perform the work of production and collection of PASTURES and crops ARABLE for power in livestock ecological level: 2 code: UC0724_2 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: manage soil and irrigation facilities, preventing erosion, nutrients and water resources for ecological livestock feeding, technical recommendations and complying with the applicable rules of environmental protection and ecological production.

CR 1.1 soil management systems are selected depending on crops and agro-ecological characteristics of exploitation.

CR 1.2 cultural operations, optimizing the structure of the soil, favoring the exchange of gas and controlling the unwanted spontaneous vegetation.

CR 1.3 fertilizers are applied, following prescribed recommendations, while retaining the level of soil fertility.

CR 1.4 rotations, polyculture, alternatives, and associations are established, avoiding the depletion of the soil, improving the management of the water and the nutrients available and minimizing the incidence of pests, diseases and unwanted spontaneous vegetation.

CR 1.5 crop remainders exploit grazing or incorporating them into the soil.

CR 1.6 more convenient irrigation farming system is installed, using the precise technical means taking into account the slope of the land, the characteristics of the soil and the groundwater.

CR 1.7 irrigation water is provided, making the adjustment to the recommendations of the irrigation system, the same quality, edapho-climatic conditions and the potential productivity of the crop.

CR 1.8 tools, facilities, equipment and machinery employed in the management of the ground previously selected according to the work to be performed, are kept in use State with procedures and frequency indicated in technical manuals.

2 RP: Applying ecological, cultural methods and techniques and design, to increase biodiversity and minimize the incidence of pests, diseases and spontaneous vegetation complying with the applicable rules.

2.1 CR hedges and other previously selected ecological infrastructures (ponds, shelters and nests for auxiliary fauna, among others) permanent or transitory, are to maintain a balance of parasitic and their predators.

CR 2.2 cultural methods (time of sowing, harvesting and plant bait, among others) are applied, reducing damage from pests, diseases and spontaneous vegetation unwanted crops.

CR 2.3 physical methods (traps, barriers, burners vegetation, padded vegetable, among others) apply, minimizing the incidence of pests, diseases and unwanted spontaneous vegetation.

CR 2.4 tools, facilities, equipment and machinery used in the ecological control of pests are kept in State of use according to the technical specifications.

CR 2.5 data relating to ecological pest control activities are recorded, following established protocols.

3 RP: Apply products for the control and management of pests and diseases in organic farming, driving machines and tools required, following the established technical specifications and the applicable regulations.

CR 3.1 collects information about the health status of organic farming sources indicated, following established protocol.

3.2 CR frequent damage and auxiliary fauna-causing agents are identified, according to their biology and morphology, evaluating them with the indicated technical advice.

CR 3.3 ecological products used in cases of control and management of the health of most often used are selected, with technical advice indicated, depending on the health assessment of the crop.

CR 3.4 natural minerals and plant extracts are prepared, subsequently applying them according to the technical specifications.

CR 3.5 microorganisms and plant insecticides are applied, evenly at recommended doses.

3.6 CR methods biotech (pheromones and bands fotoselectivas, among others) are applied according to instructions, minimizing the effect of the pest.

CR 3.7 release of predators and parasitoids is done at the right time and with specified techniques.

CR 3.8 selected treatment equipment are kept in State of use, taking into account the mode of application and the type of product used.

CR 3.9 data from activities relating to the application of ecological pest control products are registered, following established protocols.

4 RP: Carry out the work of use, collection, transportation, and warehouse of forage, arable crops and organic by-products, to maintain its quality and performance, according to established protocols and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 4.1 harvest is collected at the optimal moment of maturity and size required, achieving the quality and established performance.

4.2 CR forages and pastures take advantage in silage or hay with the suitable climate and at the time of physiological maturity, ensuring the quality, performance and conservation.

4.3 CR products and by-products of crops are harvested, preparing them according to their subsequent destination (transportation, warehouse, among others) in conditions which ensure their preservation.

CR 4.4 by-products are used to produce compost, so having an organic fertilizer for the crops.
CR 4.5 machinery and equipment required are selected on the basis of the work to be reviewing them with the established periodicity and keeping them in a State of use.

5 RP: Condition and clean the premises and facilities of the ecological farm, according to the protocols, to keep them in a State of use, complying with the applicable rules.

5.1 CR products and techniques authorized cleaning in an agro-ecological farm are selected, preparing them for your application.

CR 5.2 local and agricultural facilities are cleaned with the required products, verifying the cleaning, which is suitable for your next usage.

5.3 CR machinery and equipment used in condition and clean premises and facilities of the ecological farm are kept in State of use.



Professional context: means of production: personal protective equipment. Equipment for sampling of water and soils. Composters. Store supplies. Equipment for detection of pests and diseases. Equipment for the application of environmentally friendly products. Burners for the thermal control of unwanted vegetation. Control of pesticides application equipment. Media drive and traction: tractors and cultivators, thermal and electric motors. Material for control and calibration of equipment. Cleaning equipment. Plant protection products ecological and natural, containers for storage and transportation. Personal protective equipment. Arable and Forage harvesting equipment. Storage and handling, warehouse facilities of drying and ventilation, humidity and temperature, silos, conveyor gauges. Containers for waste.



Products and results: soil and irrigation facilities managed to prevent erosion. Increased biodiversity and pest incidence minimized using organic methods and techniques. Applied products for the control and management of pests and diseases in organic farming. Performed work of use, collection, transportation, and warehouse of forage, arable crops and organic by-products. Premises and facilities of the ecological farm equipped and cleaned according to the applicable regulations.



Used or generated information: service manuals. Manual of machinery and equipment. Technical information about work performance. Technical manuals for operation and maintenance of machines, equipment and installations. Service manuals. Manuals of weather and soil. Methods for the interpretation of soil analysis. Information about soils, flora and climate data of the area. Manuals on management of soil in organic farming. Manuals on fertilizers and biological fertilization practice. Basic and applied Botany. Soil applied science. Irrigation systems. Applied plant science. Bibliography on organic farming. Information about soil and climatic requirements of the crops of the area. General bibliography on flora pratense, arable and forage crops. Specific bibliography on cultivated species and management of pastures. Manual of applied entomology. Manual of organic production. Field sheets. Weather maps. Manual of plant protection products. Community harmonised system of authorization to commercialize and use products. Manual of good environmental practices. Rules on organic production. With applicable rules of prevention of occupational risks at work. Data sheets with information about date, duration, performance and impact of the operations carried out. Chips and parts of production processes work.



UNIT of competency 3: Assemble and maintain installations, machinery and equipment of the farm livestock level: 2 code: UC0006_2 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: mount installations and equipment of the livestock farm with the required materials, according to the environment and production system, to ensure the same activities, following the technical specifications and compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 1.1 elements, materials, supplies and tools required in the Assembly of installations and equipment are selected, taking into account the environment and production system.

CR 1.2 field of Assembly facilities and equipment is prepared, using machines, equipment, supplies and tools required to the production system of cattle.

CR 1.3 the basic structures of the facilities and equipment are mounted, following the technical specifications.

CR 1.4 installation, corresponding to the livestock farm systems are verified periodically, detecting possible alterations of parameters of function or damage.

CR 1.5 simple systems breakdowns are repaired, replacing damaged or worn items if required.

2 RP: Provide the facilities to keep them in the State established in technical specifications, compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 2.1 products and procedure of cleaning, disinfection, disinsectization and deratization authorized are selected, preparing them according to the operations to be carried out; According to the established programme and the applicable regulations.

CR 2.2 the premises and facilities are cleaned by the procedures selected, checking that they are free from preparations, and organic waste for its next use, according to established protocols.

2.3 CR premises and facilities are bugs and desratizan with frequency, products and authorised procedures, according to the established programme and the applicable regulations.

CR 2.4 authorized cleaning, disinfection, disinsectization and deratization products data are recorded in established stands, according to current regulations.

CR 2.5 storage or disposal of waste generated and recycling of waste, is the places established for each of them.

3 RP: Performing the maintenance and conservation of the premises of livestock exploitation in accordance with the technical specifications, so that they are operational, compliance legislation.

CR 3.1 basic maintenance of the electrical installations of exploitation operations are performed, through substitution, adaptation or repairs easy, checking their status and performance.

CR 3.2 basic supply of food and water maintenance operations are performed, subsequently verifying your status and operation.

CR 3.3 the basic operations of maintenance of the air conditioning system is made by substitution, adaptation or simple repairs.

3.4 CR parameters environmental premises are regulated, regularly adapting them to the needs of the animals according to established protocol.

CR 3.5 the first aid kit is reviewed, identifying drugs and cure material.

4 PR: Making the revision, maintenance and operation of the machinery and equipment of cattle, keeping them in working order to avoid alterations of the productive process according to established protocols, technical specifications and complying with the applicable rules.

4.1 CR machinery and equipment of cattle are kept in State of use with the established procedures, reviewing them with the frequency indicated in the technical manuals.

CR 4.2 simple breakdowns of machinery and equipment are repaired with operations and required spare parts.

4.3 CR machinery, equipment, supplies and tools are selected, in accordance with the requirements of each operation and pace of work required, avoiding interruptions or waiting times.

CR 4.4 tractors and machinery are coupled and managed, taking into account the work to be done, by controlling its operation, management, with the pace of work established.

CR 4.5 machinery, equipment, supplies and tools, after use, ordered, in the required places and conditions of use for the next use.

CR 4.6 basic assistance and first aid techniques are applied in case of accident.



Professional context: means of production: self-propelled machines for loading, unloading and transportation of raw materials and animals. Equipment for livestock facilities cleaning, feeding, extraction and preservation of livestock products. Instruments for the maintenance and repair of facilities, machines and equipment. Machines, equipment and livestock facilities.



Products and results: facilities and cattle equipment installed in function of the environment and the production system. Premises and facilities of the livestock farm clean and conditioned. Cattle facilities checked and maintained in a State of use. Machinery and equipment of the livestock holding checked and maintained in use.



Used or generated information: service manuals. Manual of machinery and equipment. Technical information about work performance. Technical information about possibilities and limitations of machines to use. Technical manuals for maintenance of machines and livestock facilities. Legislation on occupational risk prevention. Legislation on transport. With applicable rules on organic production.



Unit 4 competition: Perform rational management of livestock operations on ecological farms level: 2 code: UC0725_2
Professional achievements and performance criteria: RP 1: handle the animals for their adaptation and adjustment to the system of exploitation according to established protocols and standards, compliance with applicable regulations of organic production, animal welfare and prevention of occupational risks in the enterprise.

CR 1.1 documentation of animals checked at the entrance and exit of the exploitation, verifying certificates of origin and health.

1.2 CR animals are identified according to criteria of species and according to the applicable regulations.

CR 1.3 animals are prepared and handled for processes of loading, unloading and transportation with the maximum health guarantees, security and comfort.

CR 1.4 replacement animals undergo quarantine to prevent the spread of diseases.

CR 1.5 the environmental conditions of the accommodation are verified, checking the welfare of animals in the different physiological stages and health disorders.

CR 1.6 animals are grouped into homogeneous lots, according to criteria of sex, size, weight, age and availability of spaces, ensuring the density in each production unit, avoiding overload and health problems, complying with the applicable rules of animal welfare.

CR 1.7 wool animals are sheared without causing injuries, with the indicated technique and the material required, obtaining a complete and quality fleece.

RP 2: Perform the operations of breeding the animals to get a healthy and vigorous offspring, according to established protocols, complying with the applicable rules.

CR 2.1 females are prepared for the natural mating or artificial insemination, in the time and frequency indicated, following protocols.

CR 2.2 the number of boars required is determined by the number of available females, the season of the year, and nutritional status, ensuring the gestation and optimizing reproductive potential.

CR 2.3 females gestation is verified, by means of the diagnostic methods established, detecting possible repetitions, turns to zeal, empty females or abortions.

CR 2.4 females are located in established areas approaching the date expected delivery, observing the symptoms of Peripartum and acting according to Protocol.

CR 2.5 the birth of calves and the complete expulsion of the placenta is verified, checking the status of mother, the offspring and the fetal adnexa.

CR 2.6 the stallions are housed in compartments with atmosphere required and separated from the females, according to the species and the time of use.

CR 2.7 the incubation and hatching of eggs is controlled throughout its different stages, optimizing the efficiency of the process, according to protocols.

CR 2.8 the parties, record of breeding, farrowing crates and records of births is completed, according to pre-established instructions.

CR 2.9 the sacrifice of urgency or emergency to eliminate breeding of exploitation by criteria of age and decrease of productivity, is performed according to the regulations of animal welfare.

3 RP: Handle the animals grazing to optimize the utilization of plant resources, animals and minerals of the medium in a way compatible with the maintenance and improvement of the environment and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 3.1 use tooth of the grasslands is made, establishing the stocking density recommended in a timely way, obtaining a quality food, preserving the balance of the most productive species and allowing the creation of reserves and avoiding damage to the soil by trampling.

CR 3.2 rotational use of meadows is scheduled to maximize biomass production, minimizing losses by crushing, preventing reinfestation of certain parasitic diseases and promoting the development of the natural immune defenses, according to established protocols.

CR 3.3 programming the time of commencement and duration of daily grazing is done according to specific criteria of geographic location, time of year and edapho-climatic features of the estate, according to established protocols.

CR 3.4 the presence or absence of certain plant species is detected by determining the existence of subpastoreo or overgrazing on farms.

CR 3.5 pasture is encircled with the resources required to the type of animals and method of use.

CR 3.6 watering holes, are adapting them to the type and number of animals and the characteristics of the plot.

CR 3.7 cleaning of stands and spread manure are performed, using techniques, machinery and tools.

CR 3.8 techniques «majadeo» are applied to the natural fertilisation of the farm, avoiding the loss of soil by the introduction of permanent 'ravine'.

4 RP: Conserve raw materials and food, preparation, distribution, and control of food rations, according to needs, according to the conditions and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 4.1 raw materials and foods are stored, retaining them in the conditions required according to the specific legislation.

CR 4.2 raw materials required in the preparation of the food rations will collect enough and as shown, in accordance with the formulas for each type and species of animal.

CR 4.3 machinery employed in the preparation and preservation of food is handled with cleaning and hygiene criteria.

CR 4.4 food rations are prepared for individual or collective distribution according to instructions.

CR 4.5 water and animal food consumption is verified, checking it and possible alterations to your correction to the staff responsible for reporting.

CR 4.6 rations are distributed according to instructions.

CR 4.7 the record corresponding to the specifications on development and distribution of rations and food consumption is completed, according to established protocols.

RP 5: Apply the treatments prescribed by the vet for sanitary control, in collaboration with the responsible personnel, complying with the applicable rules.

CR 5.1 the health status of the animals is monitored to detect health disorders and/or physical and functional anomalies.

CR 5.2 animals with symptoms of disease and/or alteration of pre-set parameters are identified to preserve the State of health of the livestock.

CR 5.3 sick animals are subjected to specific care, according to mandatory requirements in collaboration with the staff responsible.

CR 5.4 specific medications are administered to animals by routes prescribed in collaboration with personnel responsible for fulfilling the Optional indications and the period of suppression of them if they were allopathic, before obtaining ecological food products.

CR 5.5 treatments applied in sick animals are recorded in the set tabs.

CR 5.6 medicines are stored, retaining them in the required conditions and subsequently removing packaging and other waste according to the specific legislation.

5.7 CR prescriptions, delivery notes, invoices and records of application and time of waiting for medicines are archived according to the regulations of veterinary medicinal product.

CR 5.8 the sacrifice of urgency or emergency for the removal of animals from the holding by the criteria of age and State of health, is carried out according to the regulations of animal welfare.



Professional context: means of production: breeding Planning. Foals of semen collection. Semen conservation equipment. Semen. Management Instrumentation and application of semen. Vaginal Speculum. Ultrasound. Ventilation system. Systems and humidification, ventilation and heating systems. Nesting boxes. Incubator. Hatcher. Incubation trays. Boxes of eggs. Warehouses and silos of feed and fodder. Mixture of food (unifeed) equipment. Automatic distribution of feed and fodder. Storage of feed and fodder. Minerals Correctors. Animals of different ages. Accommodations for ruminants, swine, poultry and rabbits. Open spaces. Equipment and materials for the identification and marking. Drugs, material for the application of injectable drugs, feed, water or topic, refrigerators and material conservation of medicines. Software of management of farms. Materials and equipment of hygiene of the hooves. Personal protective equipment. Equipment for sampling health care waste containers.



Products and results: animals adapted to the operating system. Players with healthy and vigorous offspring. Plant resources, animals and minerals of the means used by grazing. Prepared and distributed with commodity canned food rations. Gained healthy.



Used or generated information:
Technical details of operation of various equipment and materials. Tokens of recognition of diseases on the farm (general and individual). Records of players, breeding, incubation and birth, breast-feeding. Indexes and reports of objectives related to exploitation, the reproductive cycle and delivery structure, programs of fattening, with the production of milk, wool and bee products. Registration of the health programme, types of drugs, administration and handling and storage of these. Registration of waiting times for the marketing of milk, eggs and animals before slaughter. Sheets technical needs nutrition in ruminants, swine, poultry and rabbits depending on your productive time. Internal protocols in exploitation. Rules governing the activity. Parts or production record. Graphics production control, of census of breeding, of nulliparous (heifers, lambs, chivas, bristles, rabbits), of pullet's replacement, covering, of repetitions, number of births, born viable, fertile parto-cubricion interval days. Graphic control of environmental parameters. With applicable rules of organic production.



Unit 5 competition: Produce animals and animal products ecological level: 2 code: UC0726_2 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: perform the breeding, rearing and fattening operations on ecological livestock for obtaining animals according to ecological criteria and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 1.1 hatchlings are monitored during the first 24 hours of life, proving its vitality and the absence of malformations and providing the required care.

CR 1.2 the newborn calves are monitored, making sure they are fed, ensuring the encalostramiento and tillering, if necessary.

1.3 CR animals are weighed, identifying them and marking them in every phase of production, if necessary, following the signs for each species.

CR 1.4 animals are grouped into homogeneous lots, according to criteria of sex, size and availability of spaces, among others.

CR 1.5 the environmental parameters of the ships, the distribution of food and water supply systems are verified, optimizing the well-being and animal production.

1.6 CR animals rearing and fattening feed, ensuring the homogeneous consumption in all individuals.

1.7 CR animals of lower growth rate is detected, by applying the required measures, according to protocols.

CR 1.8 the parties, dimensioning, and registrations are completed in established stands, according to protocols.

RP 2: Perform the operations of milking equipment and by the procedure established for animal species complying with the applicable rules.

CR 2.1 equipment of milking, milk storage tanks, and the system of washing facilities are checked, verifying its cleanliness and conditions of use.

2.2 CR animals are neatly led installation for milking, according to health criteria and production.

CR 2.3 hand milking is performed according to the criteria of hygiene and health according to the protocols laid down for each species.

CR 2.4 absence of mastitis is checked, making the established blunt.

CR 2.5 udder of lactating females, are cleaned, preparing them for milking and placing the liners in accordance with the procedure laid down.

CR 2.6 the emptying of the breast occurs at the end of milking and following the withdrawal of the liners, sanitized the nipples of the udders according to the procedure laid down.

CR 2.7 obtained from milking milk is stored, checking the cooling is performed until the temperature in the indicated time, according to regulatory criteria and/or specific quality control programs.

CR 2.8 «Dry» animals is done according to criteria of species, productivity and zootechnical parameters of exploitation.

3 RP: Carry out the operations of collection of eggs for the obtaining of organic eggs in an organic cattle farm, following established protocols and in compliance with the applicable rules.

3.1 CR conveyors, warehouses and refrigeration of eggs and wash facilities system cameras is checked, verifying its cleanliness and conditions of use.

CR 3.2 eggs intended for consumption are collected with the periodicity established in each farm avoiding breakage and contamination.

CR 3.3 quality of the shell is controlled, eliminating defective units according to established medical Protocol.

CR 3.4 selected eggs are transferred to warehouses and farm refrigeration Chambers.

CR 3.5 data on egg production are recorded in the dimensioning of control according to established protocols.

CR 3.6 facilities are cleaned, disinfected and washed after the collection of eggs according to the established procedure.

4 RP: Manage hives to get organic apiculture products and improve pollination, following established protocols and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 4.1 installation and handling of the Apiary is made according to the season of the year and availability of spaces, following protocols.

CR 4.2 supplementary feeding is administered between the last honey harvest and 15 days prior to the next period of honeydew to reach an activity in the hive.

CR 4.3 hives are inspected by making health checks to prevent and control pathogens.

CR 4.4 bee products (honey, pollen, wax, propolis, Royal Jelly, bee, among others) are obtained with the indicated frequency and following protocols.

CR 4.5 the apiaries of lower productivity or pathology are identified for their isolation and application of specific treatments.

4.6 CR material, equipment and beekeeping facilities are cleaned, disinfecting them, where necessary, following protocols.

CR 4.7 the parties, dimensioning and records completed the support established according to instructions.

5 RP: Watch the shearing of the flock checking is done with instruments indicated according to the species and following the procedure established for the production of ecological wool in an organic cattle farm, complying with the applicable rules of animal welfare, environmental protection and prevention of occupational risks.

CR 5.1 the place established for shear is cleaned, preparing for the entrance of the animals and staff.

5.2 CR animal shearing is obtaining a complete and quality fleece and dry and clean for subsequent storage.

CR 5.3 shear cuts wounds are treated with the drug product prescribed by the physician to avoid infections.

CR 5.4 wool is stored according to indications in the established dry and ventilated place.

5.5 CR instrumental employee for shearing is clean, keeping it in a State of use.



Professional context: means of production: Tractor. Feeding concentrates and volume. Drinking fountains. Sorting of eggs. Warehouses and silos of feed and fodder. Mixture of food (unifeed) equipment. Animals of different ages. Accommodations for ruminants, swine, poultry and rabbits. Equipment and materials for the identification and marking. Drugs, material for the application of injectable drugs, feed, water or topic, refrigerators and material conservation of medicines. Management software. Facilities and equipment of milking, material and equipment for cleaning of milking installations. Equipment for storage and conservation of milk. Udder hygiene material. Materials and equipment of hygiene of the hooves. Material and instrumental shearing. Personal protective equipment. Smoker. Special clothing (gloves, mask, mono). Queen Excluder. Uncapping knife. Bank of uncapping. Honey Extractor. Ripening tanks. Hunt pollen. Venom extractor. Spur of the beekeeper. Beeswax. Feeders. Passage of bees. Aparios. Diapers. Waste bins.



Products and results: organic animals for consumption. Organic milk collected and stored. Ecological eggs collected and stored. Organic bee products obtained and optimized pollination. Organic wool.



Used or generated information:
Technical details of operation of various equipment and materials. Tokens of recognition of diseases on the farm (general and individual). Records of players, breeding, incubation and birth, breast-feeding. Indexes and reports of objectives related to exploitation, the reproductive cycle and delivery structure, programs of fattening, with the production of milk, wool and bee products. Registration of the health programme, types of drugs, administration and handling and storage of these. Registration of waiting times for the marketing of milk, eggs and animals before slaughter. Sheets technical needs nutrition in ruminants, swine, poultry and rabbits depending on your productive time. Internal protocols in exploitation. Rules governing the activity. Parts or production record. Graphics production control, of census of breeding, of nulliparous (heifers, lambs, chivas, bristles, rabbits), of pullet's replacement, covering, of repetitions, number of births, born viable, fertile parto-cubricion interval days. Graphic control of environmental parameters. With applicable rules of organic production.



TRAINING module 1: preparation of terrain and IMPLANTATION of PASTURES and crops ARABLE ecological level: 2 code: MF0723_2 associated with UC: prepare the ground and establish pasture and arable crops for ecological farming duration: 150 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: determine parameters and types of pratense flora that characterize an agroecosystem, as well as data and samples required for the corresponding analysis for choosing crops to implement complying with the applicable rules.

CE1.1 list climatic factors that influence the crops and the basic instruments to measure them.

CE1.2 describe the species and varieties adapted to the agro-ecosystem and the degree of biodiversity in permanent pasture.

CE1.3 describe the fundamental soil characteristics (texture, structure, fertility, storage capacity of water, biodiversity, among others) that determine the development of organic crops, forms take a soil sample and the necessary tools.

CE1.4 identify topographic features that may hinder the culture and the basic actions required to correct them and influence which have the shape and dimension of the plot in the introduction of crops.

CE1.5 recognize basic a prairie species, and its relationship with the quality of the grass.

CE1.6 describe the parameters that define the quality of irrigation water, how to express the available water, the possible origins and the applicable regulations for use.

CE1.7 in a practical course of determination of parameters in an organic farm, from given conditions:-collect weather information and record weather data relating them with the planning of the agricultural works and the suitability of crops to implement.

-Carry out soil samples to be sent to the laboratory in order that their physical, chemical, biological characteristics and its degree of biodiversity are determined.

-Make water samples to send to the laboratory so that its characteristics, be determined content in nutrients and crop suitability.

-Assess the influence of adjacent plots in crops to implement and needed to move from conventional farming to organic transformations by selecting the species and varieties to plant.

C2: Preparing the ground for sowing, applying amendments and subscribers of Fund with the technical means required for the characteristics of the soil and organic farming and complying with the applicable rules.

CE2.1 describe the work of clearing obstacles, levelling, terracing, drainage and abancalado that they prevent erosion, maximize the use of water, and facilitate the overall management of the agroecosystem.

CE2.2 defining major tasks necessary to transform conventional agriculture in ecological and prepare the ground indicating the time for them and the machinery, tools and depth indicated.

CE2.3 describe the works of catchment and water transport to be taken to meet the needs of crops and grasslands.

CE2.4 indicate amendments and authorised for use in organic production, preliminary subscribers by setting the time, the mode of application and required machinery.

CE2.5 describe the process of transformation of a conventional farming to ecological transformation plan established technical specifications.

CE2.6 in a practical course of preparation of the land into an organic livestock farm, from given conditions:-the tasks of clearing, levelling, terracing and abancalado, according to the technical specifications.

-Carry out the operations necessary for the transformation of conventional agriculture to ecological technical specifications.

-Apply the amendments and preliminary subscribers featured with homogeneity, following the specifications of the dosage and form of incorporation, at the proper time, with appropriate equipment and machinery.

-Perform basic maintenance on machinery, tools and utensils used.

C3: Sown arable crops to feed cattle on organic farms, according to the established specifications, complying with the applicable rules.

CE3.1 define rotations and associations and polyculture used in arable crops for livestock feed and explain its influence on the ground, the health of crops and unwanted spontaneous vegetation.

CE3.2 recognize the main seeds and plants used in organic farming explaining their behavior in rotations, associations and polyculture with respect to efficiency in the use of resources and the management of health status.

CE3.3 describe the prior preparation of the seeds, how to perform planting, at different doses and frames, specifying the first care that must be dispensed to the crop.

CE3.4 explain how to perform various seed sowing specifying the date, dose and most suitable depth and the machinery required to get a good nascencia and crop development.

CE3.5 indicate preliminary care must be applied to crops to avoid failure and how to fix them if they occur.

CE3.6 in a practical course of sowing in soil for a forage crop from some given conditions:-prepare the seeds and make sowing to the dose and depth, using appropriate tools and equipment.

-Apply first aid to cultivation (weeding, health, among others) using the machinery, tools and utensils and correcting faults incurred.

-Perform basic maintenance of machinery, tools and specific tools for planting.

-Run the previous work taking measures of prevention of risks, taking into account the rules of organic farming.

C4: Drive tractors and traction equipment to perform scheduled tasks/operations according to technical specifications, circulating on public roads respecting traffic regulations and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CE4.1 relate the basic physical principles (force, work, power, speed) with the technical features and benefits of agricultural machines.

CE4.2 describe drives and operation of tractors, traction equipment and tools.

CE4.3 identify procedures for regulation and adjustment of equipment depending on the working conditions.

CE4.4 recognize driving rules for public roads involving tractors.

CE4.5 indicate the rules of prevention of occupational risks which must be taken into account to manage tractors.

CE4.6 describe the measures of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection that must be taken into account in the management of the tractors and traction equipment.

CE4.7 in a practical course, management of the tractors and traction equipment in an agro-ecological farm from given conditions:-identify the elements of drive and its function.

-Determine the appropriate work variables (speed, power, controls and regulations, tours and circuits work request).

-Fit in your case, and regulate the machine or computer based on the variables of work required.

-Skillfully operate tractors and traction equipment getting the rhythms and qualities of work required.

-Conveniently signal the tractor, equipment of traction or tool in accordance with standards of the highway code by public roads.

-Perform first aid techniques in simulation of an accident.

C5: Maintenance of tractors and traction equipment for conservation in State of use for scheduled tasks/operations and for public road traffic, following the technical specifications and compliance with the applicable rules.

CE5.1 list the main types of tractors and other equipment of traction indicating the basic components, its operation and frequent breakdowns.

CE5.2 identify the critical points that need revision indicating its periodicity and the basic operations of maintenance.
CE5.3 describe the operations of assembly/disassembly of elements and parts, basic repairs, types of welding and the tools necessary to perform the previous operations.

CE5.4 explain the most important features of the tools, equipment, spare parts and materials used in the maintenance of the tractors and traction equipment.

CE5.5 describe media and methods to keep the workshop tidy with easily localized tools and in perfect state of use.

CE5.6 describe the measures of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection that must be taken into account in the maintenance of the tractors and traction equipment.

CE5.7 in a practical course of maintenance of tractors or equipment of traction on the agro-ecological farm, from given conditions:-sort and select Tools, tooling and materials needed for each operation.

-Run the operations of use, correctly interpreting the signs of a maintenance program.

-Run basic repairs and simple adaptations, performing assembly/disassembly operations and welding with appropriate equipment and tools and the precision required, operating skilfully selected tools.

-Check the correct functioning of the machine after maintenance.

-Identify faults which need a workshop specialized for repair.

-Record in a journal of maintenance operations and observed incidents indicating the time advisable to repeat the operation.

-Eliminate waste or by-products of the maintenance.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.7; C2 regarding CE2.6; C3 on CE3.6; C4 regarding CE4.7; C5 regarding CE5.7.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Demonstrate a good make professional.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Show some autonomy in the resolution of small contingencies related to its activity.



Contents: 1. the culture medium. Climate and soil climate; radiation, precipitation, temperature, humidity, wind and weather accidents. Climatic variables measuring devices; weather forecast.

Physical properties of the soil: profile, texture and structure, physicochemical properties, the clay-humic complex, content of cations in the soil, (CIC) cation exchange capacity, pH soil, saline soils, acid soils, basic soils, content of carbonari you and bicarbonates, soil correction. The organic matter of the soil; effect on the physical, chemical and biological properties.

Soil analysis; sampling, interpretation of soil analysis.

The soil micro-fauna; the influence on fertility, relationship with the spontaneous vegetation and crops. Edapho-climatic features of the agro-ecological environment.



2. preparation of the ground, amendments soil and preliminary fertilization on pastures and arable crops ecological site preparation work; cleaning and leveling, defence against the wind (natural and artificial windbreaks), defence against flooding (systems of drainage and drainage of soils), ripping, desfonde and complementary.

Drainage networks (paths, pipes, adaptability to ground level curves), material of filtering materials (natural and precast), drainage (PVC and PE pipes).

Work of preparation, adjustment and maintenance of machinery and tools used in the adaptation of the ground work.

Infrastructure and basic constructions; Closures of estate (foundations, walls, fences), irrigation (head, pipelines) equipment.

Amendments organic and limestone; types authorised for use in organic farming, calculation of needs, times of application, machinery for the incorporation of amendments and fertilizers (regulation and basic maintenance).

Subscriber's background: types authorised for use in organic farming, calculation of needs, times of application, machinery for their incorporation, regulation, and basic maintenance.



3. the crops. Transplantation, sowing and planting in pastures and arable crops ecological species and commercial varieties; Botanical and physiological characteristics.

Phenology.

Rotations and associations and polyculture; their relations with the (climate and soil) culture medium.

Sowing; seed conditioning; density and sowing dose, systems and seasons, the flora of the Prairies: grasses and legumes, permanent and temporary grassland.

Arable crops for production of grain; annual forage crops, winter and summer, roots and Brassicas, botanical and physiological characteristics, species and commercial varieties.

Preparation, adjustment and maintenance of machinery and tools used in the work of planting.



4. maintenance and basic repair of tractors and traction equipment used in the operation types of tractors, components and operation, maintenance of tractors and traction equipment.

Technical and economic impact on the performance of work, troubleshooting, fuel consumption, service life of machines and their components.

Schedule of first level of tractors and traction equipment used in the operation, operations, maintenance, frequency of intervention, spare parts and necessary attachments, control of peacekeeping operations, Journal of operations, faults to be repaired in a specialist workshop.

The workshop of the farm, workshop equipment, workshop operations, equipment, tools and operation needs, organization of the workshop, preparation and maintenance of equipment workshop, Assembly and disassembly of parts and components, basic machining and welding, electric welding, soldering (types and applications).



5. handling of the tractor and prevention of occupational risks recognition of risks and most common hazards in the handling of the tractor and traction equipment; protections from roll-over of the tractor, cautions on the use of the tractor to prevent tipping, hooves.

Safety regulations in the handling and driving the tractor, circulation and code with rules relating to agricultural vehicles by public roads, complementary.

Workshop; safe use of tools and equipment, regulations and signs, personal protective equipment, personal protective measures.

Preservation of the environment in the use of tractors and equipment of traction, handling and disposal of waste and waste in maintenance materials, regulation of labor and environmental risks in mechanization.

First aid and emergencies; basic principles of first aid, types of personal injury and first aid, actions in case of fire.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the preparation of the ground and implantation of pasture and arable crops for ecological farming, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training of level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) engineer or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 2: tasks of production and collection of GRASSES and crops ARABLE organic level: 2 code: MF0724_2 associated with UC: the tasks of production and collection of pasture and arable crops for feeding on ecological stockbreeding duration: 150 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: manage soil and irrigation to optimize the use of water and maintain the level of nutrients preventing erosion, following technical recommendations and comply with the applicable rules.

CE1.1 describe the cultural operations of maintenance and improvement of the soil structure to facilitate gas exchange and control unwanted spontaneous vegetation.

CE1.2 determine the rotations, polyculture, alternatives and associations, that prevent the exhaustion of the soil, improve the management of water and the nutrients available, and decrease the incidence of pests, diseases and unwanted spontaneous vegetation.

CE1.3 describe taking soil samples to determine the needs of organic and mineral fertilizers allowed in organic farming.
CE1.4 describe the methods of use of the remains of a livestock farm harvest ecological.

CE1.5 determine water requirements to maintain water balance in the soil, prevent its degradation and maintain the potential productivity of the crop.

CE1.6 apply irrigation depending on the characteristics of soil, vegetative state from the culture and the climate.

CE1.7 describe installation manual watering or automatic and its operation.

CE1.8 in a practical case of a farm which will establish an organically from given conditions:-determine the work required to improve the soil structure by selecting necessary tools, equipment and machinery.

-Select organic manures and/or mineral among those recommended to maintain the level of soil fertility.

-Establish the rotations, polyculture, alternatives and associations, adapted to the agro-ecological characteristics of the farm.

-Establish the use of the remains of the harvest.

-Choose the most appropriate irrigation system and identify its components and functions.

-Calculate the dose and manning of irrigation necessary to maintain water balance in the soil.

C2: The balance right between parasites, pathogens and the culture to preserve the State of health of the exploitation handling techniques and organic methods and complying with the applicable rules.

CE2.1 describe each of the usable ecological infrastructures that serve as a balancing between the parasitic and their predators or parasitoids.

CE2.2 noted cultural, physical techniques and biotech that prevent pests, diseases and unwanted spontaneous vegetation.

CE2.3 describe the machines, tooling and tools used in cultural, physical methods and biotech.

CE2.4 describe the regulation, maintenance of use, basic repairs and simple adaptations of equipment, machines, tools and tools employed in the health management.

CE2.5 indicate the measures of prevention of risks affecting the management of sanitary control preventive methods and techniques.

CE2.6 in a practical course of prevention of pests, diseases and spontaneous vegetation not desired in an organically, from given conditions:-choose the ecological infrastructure more chord.

-Select the cultural, physical methods or most appropriate Biotech for the prevention of pests, diseases and unwanted spontaneous vegetation.

-Hook in your case, and regulate the machine or computer based on the variables of work required.

-Driving machines, tooling and tools getting the rhythms and qualities of work required.

-Properly maintain machinery, equipment and material used.

C3: Applying ecological treatments in o / plants and soil, prior assessment of their State of health to correct nutritional deficiencies, diseases and physiological disorders, according to the technical specification, handling machinery and tools required and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CE3.1 explain the established protocol to assess the State of health of the crop.

CE3.2 distinguish auxiliary fauna, parasitic and non-parasitic agents unwanted spontaneous vegetation, nutritional deficiencies, diseases and physiological disorders frequent.

CE3.3 indicate the products to be used in organic treatments depending on the agro-ecosystem health assessment.

CE3.4 describe the preparation, dose, and mixtures of products according to recommended procedures.

CE3.5 describe machines, tooling and tools, as well as maintenance of use, basic repairs and simple adaptations in organic treatments.

CE3.6 describe regulation, adjusting and handling of equipment, machines and tools used in organic treatments.

CE3.7 given a practical course of determination of health status in an organically from given conditions:-make the counts and Tomás samples with the techniques and materials appropriate, determining and quantifying the auxiliary fauna, pests, diseases, unwanted spontaneous vegetation and observed physiological disorders, according to established protocol.

-Assess the State of health on the basis of the information obtained.

-Select environmentally friendly products to be used in the treatment.

-Prepare the mixture of treatment according to recommended procedures.

-Hook in your case, and regulate the machine or computer based on the variables of work required.

-Make the auxiliary release or apply ecological treatment getting the rhythms and qualities of work required.

-Collected waste or by-products of the process of application and washing for recycling and/or disposal.

C4: Benefit from crops and grasslands, using means of collection, transport and storage required, while maintaining the quality for use in organic farming compliance with the applicable rules.

CE4.1 noted the main parameters to be considered to estimate the degree of maturity of the different forage crops.

CE4.2 describe the methods of exploitation of the Prairies for use by grazing.

CE4.3 describe the methods of collection in the main forage crops and combines, equipment and vehicles used, specifying the critical points of their maintenance.

CE4.4 detail the procedure and the techniques of compost.

CE4.5 describe the main requirements of Forages for storage and conservation in ecological stockbreeding operations.

CE4.6 describe the main requirements that should be collected for each product stores: dimensions, building materials, ventilation.

CE4.7 in a practical course of exploitation and conditioning of a crop for the feeding of cattle in an organic farm from given conditions:-interpret the plan of control of the product stored or silage: parameters to control, instruments for control, frequency of measurement and correction of problems that may arise.

-List the parameters that determine their maturity and values them.

-Choose the most suitable collection kit, its regulation and control and maintenance.

-Carry out the mowing, harvesting and handling of crops for their subsequent preservation and storage.

-Determine the type of storage and conservation for crops and the necessary mechanical means for storage.

-Identify the areas and elements that require special conditioning and hygiene.

-Perform the basic maintenance, cleaning and conditioning of the warehouse.

CE4.8 in a practical course of natural or artificial grassland in an organic farm from given conditions:-determine the characteristics of the flora to establish the timing of use by livestock.

-Choose the most suitable to the type of livestock and the ecosystem exploitation method.

-Establish the division of the estate in plots, according to the chosen utilization system and stocking adequate to prevent damage to the structure and flora of overgrazing soil.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.8; C2 regarding CE2.6; C3 on CE3.7; C4 CE4.7 and CE4.8.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Demonstrate a good make professional.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Show some autonomy in the resolution of small contingencies related to its activity.



Contents: 1. ecological cultural operations for the improvement of the efficiency of the water and the soil management soil conservation; erosion, ditches of infiltration, vegetable and inert plants, covered infrastructure, conservation tillage, aporcados, recalzados and desaporcados, structure and water from the soil and fertility, tools, equipment and machinery specific to the management of soil (operation and maintenance).

Irrigation management; advantages and disadvantages of the systems of irrigation, water and life in the soil, Erosive effect of irrigation, irrigation scheduling according to cultivation, application of irrigation, Fertigation, testing of the application of irrigation in plants. Applicable regulations of prevention of labour risks 2. Fertilization of soil nutrition of crops ecological crops; nutritional requirements of crops, Subscriber in green. Techniques of incorporation, needs of Organics, mineral subscriber, Subscriber leaf, tools, equipment and machinery specific nutrition of crops (operation and maintenance).

Preparation of compost; compost, composters, materials used for composting, factors involved in the composting process of compost, tools, equipment and machinery specific in the elaboration of the compost (operation and maintenance).



3. collection. Conservation of the grass and fodder. Transportation and storage of products
Collection of organic plant products; methods of determining the State of maturity, containers and containers used in the collection, transportation of organic plant products, tools, equipment and machinery specific collection (operation and maintenance).

Storage the organic vegetable products; techniques for preparation of ecological, technical seeds of conditioning of organic plant products, specific ecological vegetable products, tools, equipment and machinery storage systems of the conditioning and storage (operation and maintenance).



4 techniques and methods of ecological, cultural and design, to increase biodiversity and minimize the incidence of pests, diseases and spontaneous vegetation determination of polyculture, rotations and associations; rotations and its effect on the control of spontaneous vegetation, pests and diseases in the ecological system, polyculture, and its influence on controlling spontaneous vegetation, pests and diseases, blend of varieties and crops, cultivation of plants for the control of pests in soil, microbial life and its effects on the health of the soil, alelopatias and its effect on crops.

Installation of ecological infrastructures; Hedges (classification and benefits, implementation), design by seto (composition, establishment), ecological infrastructures (types and benefits), techniques of construction and mounting, operation and maintenance of tools, equipment and machinery.

Spontaneous vegetation management; beneficial effects of spontaneous vegetation on the agricultural system, conditions that have an impact on the presence of unwanted grasses, herbs unwanted control methods (preventive, cultural, biological, physical), alelopatias and its effect on the spontaneous vegetation, operation and maintenance of tools and machinery, equipment and tools for mechanical work.



5. Prevention of pests and diseases in ecological agriculture ecological infrastructure: herbaceous and Woody hedgerows. The importance of biodiversity and diversity. Cultural practices: work, irrigation and drainage.

Mecanico-fisicos media collection of insects and other pests.

Barriers, chromatic and pheromone traps.

Solarization and other physical measures.

Means genetic.

Resistant varieties. Genetic improvement. Genetic engineering. Types. Plant passport. Biological media: definition. Auxiliary fauna: classification. Description: biology, morphology.

Performance of the auxiliary fauna against the pest or pathogen. Natural antagonists against diseases: microbiology charity. Classification. Description: biology.

Application of physical and biological methods; traps (types, periods of employment, location, installation, and maintenance), barriers, pheromones (characteristics, classification, baits, employment) and disinfection of floors, solarization, biological control (predators, parasites, loose), materials and tools of implementation and design cumplimentación of technical documentation.

Phytosanitary treatments on organic production; ecological plant protection products, substances of vegetable origin, decoctions and macerations, mineral products, chemicals allowed by the regulations, ecological thresholds, treatments (dose, expenditure and implementation procedures), waste management, transportation and storage of used products, machinery, tooling and application (operation and maintenance) tools, personal protection, design and completion of technical documentation.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the work of production and collection of pasture and arable crops for feed in organic farming, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training of level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) engineer or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 3: installations, machinery and equipment of the farm livestock level: 2 code: MF0006_2 associated with UC: assemble and maintain installations, machinery and equipment of livestock exploitation duration: 90 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: perform operations of preparation, cleaning, and packaging of farm facilities scheduled to keep them operating and disposal of waste generated complying with the applicable rules.

CE1.1 explain the usefulness and performance of the facilities and its regulation and control devices.

CE1.2 detailing the actions carried out, prior to the introduction of animals in a facility (all in all out).

CE1.3 identify the equipment and products required for each operation of cleaning, disinfection, disinsection, deratization and conditioning and their conditions of employment.

CE1.4 explain the actions carried out in the management of liquid manure, manure and removal of corpses.

CE1.5 indicate the measures applicable for the protection of animals in farming, of prevention of occupational hazards, protection of the environment and food security involving the refurbishment of facilities operations.

CE1.6 in a practical course of an installation of a livestock farm with a few conditions:-prepare to put up, the different elements of the installation.

-Perform the start-up and shutdown of the elements of the installation.

-Check the functioning of elements of control and regulation.

-Perform tasks of cleaning, disinfection, disinsection, deratization and conditioning at the times and conditions - personal safety measures.

C2: Carry out assembly operations and maintenance of first level (of use) of livestock facilities for conservation in State of use, fulfilling the applicable legislation concerning labour and environmental risk prevention.

CE2.1 explain the usefulness and performance of the systems installed in the exploitation and its regulation and control devices.

CE2.2 describe components of auxiliary systems, electrical installations, water, ventilation, heating and air conditioning as well as its maintenance.

CE2.3 describe the processes, materials and media to mount small livestock facilities.

CE2.4 explain the major peacekeeping operations, taking into account the required technical instructions.

CE2.5 describe the conditions of ventilation, heating and air conditioning necessary in installations and warehouses of the exploitation.

CE2.6 identify maintenance operations that require staff with higher qualifications.

CE2.7 indicate the measures of prevention of labour risks that affect the use of livestock facilities operations.

CE2.8 in a practical course of an electrical installation, water, ventilation, heating or air conditioning simulated, and established conditions:-assemble and disassemble simple electrical elements (lighting, outlets, switches, fuse).

-Assemble and disassemble pipes, valves, filters and other simple elements in water and heating facilities.

-Connect and isolate faulty lighting power lines.

-Perform the start-up and shutdown of the installation.

CE2.9 in a practical course of mounting a small facility or livestock equipment, with a few conditions:-prepare the ground using machines, tooling and tools appropriate to the defined system.

-Assemble and disassemble simple elements of the system.

-Check the correct functioning of the systems after installation.

-Carry out previous operations with skill, getting the rhythms and qualities of work required and applying the measures of prevention of occupational hazards and environmental protection.

C3: Operate the machinery, regulating it for the indicated performance, complying with the applicable rules of occupational risk prevention.

CE3.1 describe the mechanisms of operation of the machinery.

CE3.2 explain the process of operation of various functions of the equipment according to the manufacturer's instructions.

CE3.3 describe the procedures for regulation and adjustment of equipment depending on the working conditions.

CE3.4 enunciating standards of safety in the use of machinery and equipment to prevent risks personal and General.

CE3.5 indicate the measures of prevention of labour risks that affect the processes of operation of machinery.

CE3.6 in a practical course of management of livestock machinery established conditions:
-Identify the elements of drive and its function.

-Determine the appropriate work variables (speed, controls and regulations, tours and circuits work).

-Skillfully operate tractors and traction equipment getting the rhythms and quality of work required.

-Regulate the machinery and equipment used by applying the basic rules of safety and getting the rhythms and qualities of work required.

-Calculate work, yields and efficiencies of the machinery and equipment capabilities.

C4: Execute maintenance operations, basic repairs and simple adaptations in machinery and equipment, keeping them in a State of immediate use, using the materials and resources required and complying with the applicable rules.

CE4.1 describe major peacekeeping operations and their frequency in machinery and equipment of the exploitation, interpreting signs and technical instructions of the maintenance schedule.

CE4.2 describe tooling and tools required to perform the first level and basic repair operations.

CE4.3 explain the most important features of the equipment, spare parts and materials (oils, filters, fuel, belts, conveyor belts, augers, and others) used in the maintenance of the machinery of exploitation.

CE4.4 indicate the measures of prevention of labour risks that affect the operations of maintenance of machinery and equipment of exploitation.

CE4.5 in a practical case of a machine or equipment, according to conditions set forth both in their specifications as of use:-describe the operations to be carried out at all times for maintenance of first level.

-Determine the necessary tools to maintain it.

-Manage skilfully selected tools.

-Distinguish the repairs or improvements that must be made on workshop by qualified personnel that can be performed on the farm.

-Check the correct functioning of the machine after maintenance.

-Register maintenance operations and observed incidents indicating the time advisable to repeat the operation.

-Apply the standards of prevention of occupational risks.

-Eliminate the residues of maintenance in accordance with standards of occupational risk prevention and preservation of the environment.

C5: Specify the measures of prevention of occupational risks in facilities of the holding and the use of machinery and equipment, adapted to work situations and preserving the environment for the applicable regulations.

CE5.1 explain the requirements of hygienic and personal security that should meet the installations, machinery and equipment used in the operation and describe the measures necessary for its correct use.

CE5.2 identify the factors of impact on the environment of the operation of the installations, machinery and equipment of the holding.

CE5.3 justify the importance of the environmental protection measures.

CE5.4 identify the factors and most common risk situations in facilities and in the use of machinery and equipment; analysing their causes and deduce its consequences.

CE5.5 describe properties and form of use of the clothes and items of personal protection appropriate to the operations will be performed.

CE5.6 identify devices and security measures in the management of installations, machinery and equipment of exploitation and recognize the rules of hygiene and protection of the environment.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.6; C2 CE2.8 and CE2.9; Regarding CE3.6 C3 and C4 on CE4.5.

Other capabilities: comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Demonstrate a good make professional.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Show some autonomy in the resolution of small contingencies related to its activity.



Contents: 1. components and conditioning of cattle types and systems of accommodation and facilities of the livestock farm. Installations of storage, preparation and distribution of feed solid or liquid. Environmental requirements for ships. Ships environmental factors: humidity, temperature and ventilation, heating, cooling and lighting. Automatic environmental control systems. Facilities for the storage and conservation of other inputs. Other facilities and equipment.



2. components, maintenance and basic repairs at facilities of water, electricity, heating, ventilation and air conditioning water systems: deposits, net, drinking fountains, filters, pumps, disinfection equipment, other.

Electrical installations in cattle. Heating, ventilation and air conditioning installations.

Auxiliary facilities.



3. equipment for the cleaning, disinfection, insect, pest control, management of by-products and disposal of waste equipment, materials and products of cleaning and disinfection: features, components, maintenance and regulation.

Equipment and products of insect and rodent control: features, components, maintenance and regulation. Facilities for the management and utilization of by-products and organic, chemical, and biological waste.

Cattle by-products disposal: disposal systems, environmental problems. Receiving, cleaning and disinfection of livestock vehicles. Related legislation.



4. safe procedures in the use of facilities and systems of livestock exploitation risks and prevention of accidents and damage to the use of facilities of the holding. First aid and emergencies in the exploitation of systems, facilities and personal protection items. Handling and storage of toxic and dangerous products: fuels and Flammables. Lubricants. Handling, storage, and records of medications. Handling, storage, and records of waste and livestock by-products. Preservation of the environment with the use of facilities. Legislation related to occupational health.



5 machinery and equipment livestock exploitation needs of machinery and equipment in stockbreeding operations. Types, components, adjustment and adaptations. First level of machinery and equipment maintenance. Basic repair of faults in machinery and equipment. Materials for the maintenance and basic repair of machinery and equipment for cattle. Lubricants: characteristics, classification and applications. Fuels: characteristics, types. Other materials.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the installation and maintenance of installations, machinery and equipment of the farm, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework), or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 4: management rational of cattle in farms ecological level: 2 code: MF0725_2 associated with UC: rational management of livestock operations on ecological farms duration: 120 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: perform the operations of handling of animals for his adaptation and adaptation to the organic farm system, complying with the applicable rules.

CE1.1 list the required documentation to the animals in and out of the organic farm.

CE1.2 describe the protocol used for animal identification, according to criteria of species and age of the animals.

CE1.3 indicate the main actions recommended in ecological farming in the process of loading, unloading and transportation of animals.

CE1.4 describe the quarantine procedures to preserve the health of the farm.

CE1.5 indicate the average values of the main environmental parameters of interest to carry out the proper control of the animal welfare and the prevention of any diseases.

CE1.6 list the material, equipment and order of operations in the shearing process.

CE1.7 indicate the measures of animal protection, prevention of occupational hazards and handling of animals in organic production.
CE1.8 in a practical course of animal handling for their adaptation and fitness in an organic farm from given conditions:-identify animals by controlling the documentation of them at the entrance and exit of the exploitation.

-Preparation and handling of animals in the process of loading, unloading and transport.

-Check the environmental conditions of the accommodation.

-Distribute livestock of an organic farm, known information on sex, age, physiological stage and availability of spaces in lots.

-Carry out the operations of shear without hurting the animal with the technique and the material necessary to obtain a full fleece and quality.

C2: Apply playback operations to get a healthy and vigorous, descent following protocols and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CE2.1 specify the minimum characteristics of age, weight and other attractions to control at the beginning of reproductive life both males and females.

CE2.2 describe different methods of heat detection and confirmation of pregnancy used in ecological farming.

CE2.3 describe the Protocol in the covering by natural mating or artificial insemination of a female, according to its kind.

CE2.4 detailing the specific care of infants.

CE2.5 describe the Protocol for management of phases of prepartum, childbirth and post-partum females.

CE2.6 stating the needs of housing, environment and comfort of the breeding males.

CE2.7 detail the basic actions in the different phases of the process of incubation and hatching of eggs.

CE2.8 in a practical course of reproduction in an organic cattle farm from given conditions:-preparation and handling of the females for the natural mating or artificial insemination.

-Determine the number of stallions for the assemble according to the number of available females, the season of the year, and nutritional status.

-Detect replays or turns to zeal, empty females and/or abortions through appropriate diagnostic methods.

-Check the birth of calves and the complete expulsion of the placenta.

-Accommodate the stallions in compartments with atmosphere suitable and separated from the females, according to the species and the time of use.

-Fill out the parts, record of breeding, farrowing crates and registers of births for the genealogical and productive information of interest.

C3: Conduct the operations for the conservation of raw materials, preparation, distribution and control of consumption of food rations to meet the nutritional requirements of livestock, following protocols and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CE3.1 list the main raw materials and foods used in organic production.

CE3.2 describe the criteria that allow you to decide the best method of conservation of raw material and feed to ensure its durability.

CE3.3 indicate the Protocol to develop in the management of the machinery used in the conservation and preparation of food, according to criteria of cleanliness and hygiene.

CE3.4 describe the labelling rules that must comply with the food products used in organic livestock.

CE3.5 indicate the measures of animal protection, prevention of occupational hazards and ecological production, affecting the processes of food preservation, preparation of rations, distribution and consumption control.

CE3.6 in a practical course of preparation and distribution of food rations and consumption control in an organic cattle farm from given conditions:-store and conserve raw materials and food in suitable conditions in accordance with the specific legislation.

-Calculate the consumption of food and water from a batch of animals in a given period of time known for their daily needs.

-Prepare the food rations sufficient and as appropriate to the species.

-Distribute and supply rations to a lot of individuals of known needs.

-Check the consumption of rations scoring found anomalies.

-Perform the corresponding records of previous operations.

C4: Perform the operations of control of the State of health of livestock and livestock-specific treatments according to the instructions of the optional and complying with the applicable rules.

CE4.1 indicate the main external signs in animals for the detection of the most common alterations in health.

CE4.2 enumerate the main preventive measures which are taken routinely in organic livestock farming to maximize their health status.

CE4.3 identify the required control actions describing vaccinations and deworming.

CE4.4 describe the Protocol on sick animals.

CE4.5 describing proper drug storage and conservation to prevent alterations in them.

CE4.6 quote the most relevant data of the recipes of the veterinarian.

CE4.7 on a practical assumption of control of the State of health of cattle from given conditions:-check the State of health of the animals in collaboration sensing, if any, changes in health or physical and functional anomalies.

-Care for sick animals following optional requirements.

-Archived according to the regulation of veterinary medicinal prescriptions, delivery notes, invoices, records of application and time of waiting for drugs.

-Store and keep the medicines in proper conditions.

-Perform the previous operations according to the applicable regulations on organic production for the protection of the environment and complying with the specifications set forth in the plan of prevention of occupational risks in the enterprise.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.8; C2 regarding CE2.8; C3 on CE3.6; C4 regarding CE4.7.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Demonstrate a good make professional.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Show some autonomy in the resolution of small contingencies related to its activity.



Contents: 1. Basic handling of animals in ecological livestock animal behavior.

Animal management; animal identification (systems and records), techniques of animal immobilization, systems, equipment and techniques of shear, General methods of work (Organization and work routines).

Animal welfare; in transport, loss of animal welfare (defective steering, stressful situations).

Zootechnical grounds of the subdivision of animals.

Applicable regulations of occupational risk prevention.



2 food and nutrition of organic cattle food types; most important concentrated nutrients used in ecological farming, conservation of forage (hay and silage) and forage varieties and species.

Systems and patterns of distribution of food.

Characteristics and importance of water (calculation and needs).

Provisioning.

Machinery and equipment preparation, mixing and distribution of food; first level maintenance.

Food packaging.

Organic animal food. Organic feed.



3. ecological prevention livestock health control. Methods and protocols.

Natural resistance. Rusticity. Native breeds.

Homeopathy.

Drugs authorized in organic farming. Storage and conservation. Records.

Waste and periods of suppression.

Actions in case of illness. Application of treatments. Isolation and quarantine.

Health documents. Origin and health guides.



4. animal welfare animal welfare legislation. Trends and prospects for the future. Situation in the European Union.

Knowledge of the animals. Anatomy and physiology of the species of animals of income.

Differences between her that condition their different behaviors and capabilities.

Animal behavior. According to the species, breed, age, state behavior.

Anatomical factors, sensory and other shaping behavior. Stress and animal welfare. Adaptation. Concept and importance.

Social aspects of animal welfare. The point of view of animal welfare society. Animal welfare as economic factor of production. Impact of the lack of animal welfare in the productivity and quality of animal products. Ethical quality of animal production. Practical aspects of animal welfare. The facilities and equipment. Requirements for the different activities and different species and moments of the production.

Impact of the environment on animal welfare. In the middle of the politics land reform common requirements.

Plans of health alert. Emergency slaughter.



5. management of grazing livestock load; concept, evaluation of arable, shrubs and tree resources.

Nutritional quality of pasture and fodder; Flora of grasslands, features of the pastables species and not pastables.

Techniques and grazing systems; majadeo, transhumance, fallow land, wastelands, conservation of the environment.

Applicable regulations of occupational risk prevention.



The training context parameters:
Spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to operations of rational management on ecological farms, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training of level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) engineer or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 5: animal production and organic animal products level: 2 code: MF0726_2 associated with UC: produce animals and ecological animal products duration: 150 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: relate operations of breeding, rearing and fattening in organic livestock for obtaining animals fulfilling the rules of animal welfare and organic production.

CE1.1 define the specific care that should receive the infants, according to species and management operations.

CE1.2 describe the different techniques of encalostramiento and tillering, depending on the species.

CE1.3 list the different systems of weighing, identification and marking used, as well as grouping, according to species and physiological stage.

CE1.4 explain the optimal values of the most important environmental parameters in the stages of breeding, rearing and fattening of animals, depending on species.

CE1.5 list the specific measures necessary for the recovery of slow-growing animals.

CE1.6 describe methods of feeding in animals of rearing and fattening.

CE1.7 in a practical course of operations breeding, rearing and bait in the agro-ecological farm, from given conditions:-operations management and care in calves during the first 24 hours of life.

-Ensure that the newborn calves are fed properly.

-Weigh, identify and mark, if applicable, the animals in each productive phase.

-Grouped animals in homogeneous lots according to sex, size, and availability of spaces.

-Check the environmental parameters of the ships, the distribution of food and water supply systems.

-Feeding of animals for breeding and fattening according to established protocols.

-Fill in the parts, dimensioning and records according to the pre-established instructions.

C2: Conduct the operations of milking to obtain organic milk with equipment and following the procedure established according to animal species, complying with the applicable rules.

CE2.1 identify the different parts of which consist of milking equipment, milk storage tanks, conveyors and other facilities.

CE2.2 indicate health and management protocols featured in milking operations.

CE2.3 list the main features of the observable «blunt» milk that indicate the possible existence of mastitis.

CE2.4 neatly describe the Protocol indicated in the manual and mechanical milking depending on the species.

CE2.5 billing operations of quality control of the milk in storage facilities.

CE2.6 in a practical course of milking in an organic farm from given conditions:-lead the animals to the installation for milking.

-Apply the protocols of hygiene and sanitation of the udder, proving the non-existence of mastitis.

-Place the liners.

-Perform the taking of samples for quality control.

-Make the hurry and sealing of udders.

-Udder nipples, sanitizing after milking, in accordance with the established procedure.

-Monitor and record each animal production and the observed incidences.

-Store the milk of milking.

C3: Carry out the collection of eggs, with the equipment required for the obtaining of organic eggs according to the established procedure and complying with the applicable rules.

CE3.1 indicate operations recommended in the collection, transportation and storage of eggs.

The CE3.2 is describing the process of cleaning and disinfection, as well as the products used, in each of the cases.

CE3.3 describe the Protocol of control of quality of the eggs.

CE3.4 in a practical course of collection of eggs in an organic farm from given conditions:-check the conveyor, warehouses and refrigeration of eggs and wash facilities system cameras.

-Collect the eggs intended for consumption with the periodicity established in each farm manipulating properly to avoid damage and contamination.

-Make the control of the quality of the shell during the collection of the eggs.

C4: Perform the operations of grazing for the sustainable utilization of arable, shrubs and tree resources maintaining and improving the environment, compliance with the applicable rules.

CE4.1 indicate start time and completion of grazing, as well as the same time, according to criteria edapho-climatic, seasonal and species.

CE4.2 describe plant species that demonstrate the phenomena of «overgrazing» and «I subpastoreo» in a given area.

CE4.3 describe the plot fencing with materials appropriate to the animal species based on the established grazing method.

CE4.4 describe the type of watering needed in grazing and suitable for the farm animals.

CE4.5 detail cleaning of stands and spread manure in grazed plots.

CE4.6 describes briefly the fundamentals and techniques of the «majadeo».

CE4.7 in a practical course of e management under grazing conditions, in an organic farm from given conditions:-calculate the optimal stocking of exploitation according to animal species and production of biomass available.

-Make calendar for forage use by grazing rotations.

-Set the start time and duration of daily grazing according to specific criteria of geographic location, time of year and edapho-climatic characteristics of the farm.

-Determine the existence of subpastoreo or overgrazing in the estates by the presence or absence of certain plant species.

-Fencing the plot with the materials listed for the animals and the grazing system.

-Clean the stands using machinery, equipment or tools.

-Techniques «majadeo» are applied to the natural fertilisation of the farm avoiding loss of soil by the introduction of permanent 'ravine'.

C5: Describe operations of the management of beehives to get organic apiculture products and improve pollination, complying with the applicable rules.

CE5.1 detail the tools and basic equipment needed in beekeeping.

CE5.2 describe the installation and management of an Apiary according to the information provided about the surface, edapho-climatic features and beekeeping resources available.

CE5.3 use artificial feeding at the right time.

CE5.4 list of inspection and sanitary control actions recommended in organic beekeeping.

CE5.5 indicate approximate given hive products harvesting calendar information edaphoclimatic points out in a period of time.

CE5.6 describe the parameters used in the detection of low productivity hives or pathology as well as for their isolation and application of specific treatments.

CE5.7 indicate an orderly operations of cleaning and disinfection in beekeeping facilities, as well as the products authorized for that purpose in organic livestock.

CE5.8 in a practical course of management of beehives for obtaining of organic bee products, from given conditions:-install the Apiary depending on the season and availability of spaces according to established protocols.

-Inspect the hive to detect pathogens.

-Isolate the apiaries of lower productivity or pathology.

-Perform the operations of cleaning, disinfection and sanitization of material, equipment and beekeeping facilities according to the established procedure.

-Fill out the parts, dimensioning and records according to the pre-established instructions.

C6: Control of the herd and of obtaining quality wool shearing process.

CE6.1 describe the instrumentation required to shear, as well as its maintenance.

CE6.2 explain the environmental conditions required to keep the wool until their transfer or sale.

CE6.3 list the zones more sensitive and with increased risk of cut injuries.

CE6.4 in a practical course of shearing on a sheep farm:-prepare the area where it is to shear.

-To prepare the material and required instrumentation - immobilize the animal to shearing complying with the rules of animal welfare - shearing an animal getting a full fleece.
Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.7; C2 regarding CE2.6; C3 on CE3.4; C4 regarding CE4.7; C5 regarding CE5.8; C6 with respect to CE6.4.

Other skills: be responsible for the work that develops.

Comply with the rules of production set by the organization.

Demonstrate a good make professional.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Show some autonomy in the resolution of small contingencies related to its activity.



Contents: 1. organic production of animal breeds.

Management of breeding, rearing and fattening. Lactation.

Group batch. Birth. Behavior and characteristics at birth. Specific neonatal care. Encalostramiento. Rules of tillering. Special operations of management of calves. Weaning. Diseases of calves. Identification and registration. Identification systems. Tasks of reception and/or subdivision. Adequacy and environmental control facilities.

Program of rearing and fattening: actions and control. Reading systems: electronic identification, barcode.



2. production of organic milk milking in square. Milking room. Milking machines: elements of production and control of vacuum, group motor pump, tank empty or interceptor, vacuum pipes. Elements of extraction, transport and collection of milk. Verification and control of milking machines. Cleaning and disinfection of equipment. Hygienic preparation and execution of the milking. Hygiene in milking. Prophylaxis of milking cattle. Dairy: refrigerated tanks. Cooling of the milk. Cleaning and maintenance of the cooling equipment. Contamination of the milk.



3. collection and storage of organic eggs periodicity in the collection of the eggs to prevent breakage and cloquez. Systems for the collection and transport of eggs. Evaluation of the quality of the egg. Classification of eggs. Conservation of the egg. Cleaning, disinfecting and storage of eggs.



4. ecological management of the conversion period hives.

Hives; types, installation, and maintenance.

Social organization of the bees.

Location of hives.

Beekeeping operations; calendar, production and transhumance.

Health; Prevention and treatments, medicines authorised for use in organic beekeeping.

Cleaning and disinfection; authorized products, records.

Apiculture products; extraction, collection, transportation and storage.

Environmental benefits of beekeeping.



5. the shearing structure of fleece.

Instrumental shearing; operation and maintenance.

Conservation of the fleece.

Shear; immobilization of animal and shearing techniques.

Basic care of wounds and cuts in the shearing.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the production of animals and organic animal products, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training of level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) engineer or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.

Annex VIII professional qualification: management of reforestation and silvicultural professional family treatments: agrarian level: 3 code: AGA228_3 general competition schedule and organize the activities necessary for afforestation, hydrological-forestry correction and the realization of silvicultural treatments, operations topographic work of farming, gardening and forestry, as well as coordinate the human and material resources available, complying with the applicable rules of occupational risk prevention and respecting the natural environment.



Competition UC0727_3 units: topographic operations in agriculture, gardening and montes UC0728_3 work: manage the operations of afforestation and hydrological-forestry correction UC0729_3: manage forestry UC0730_3 treatments: manage the machinery, equipment, and facilities of forestry professional environment professional develops its professional activity in the area of forestry production department dedicated to afforestation and reforestation hydrological-forestry correction, the realization of silvicultural treatments and to the protection and defense of the forest masses in entities of public or private nature, in large, medium and small companies, both on their own and on behalf of others. It develops its activity depending on, where appropriate, functional and/or hierarchical from a superior. You may have staff occasionally, seasonally or stable. In the development of the professional activity apply the principles of universal accessibility in accordance with the applicable legislation.



Productive sectors lies in the agricultural sector, within the forest sub-sector in the following production activities: afforestation of hydrological-forestry correction, silvicultural treatments companies and performing works of construction and maintenance of forest roads.



Occupations and jobs relevant terms from the following list of occupations and jobs are used with generic and all-inclusive nature of women and men.

Managers of enterprises of restocking managers of enterprises performing work of correction hydrological-forestry managers of enterprises performing work in the fight against pests and diseases forest managers of companies that carry out works of construction and maintenance of forest roads practical surveying forest technicians and the natural environment in forestry and natural medium-skilled workers, managers or foremen forest workers hunting farm workers for the conservation of urban parks , historical and Botanical Gardens managers of enterprises that perform treatments forestry training associated (570 hours) training modules MF0727_3: topographic operations in agriculture, gardening and forestry (150 hours) MF0728_3 works: management of afforestation and correction hydrological-forestry (150 hours) MF0729_3: treatments (120 hours) MF0730_3 forest management: management of the machinery, equipment, and facilities of forestry (150 hours) unit of competition 1 : Perform topographic operations at work in agriculture, gardening and MONTES level: 3 code: UC0727_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: interpret maps and plans to organize the sequence of surveying work described in the projects and technical agriculture, gardening and forestry plans.

1.1 CR symbols and maps labels mean, according to the legend, interpreting its meaning.

CR 1.2 is calculated from the scale, both the distance between two points on the map or drawing graphics as numerically, using different media (rule, scale ruler, curvimeter).

1.3 CR the troughs and partitions are located on a map or drawing, playing the highlight from the level curves.

CR 1.4 watersheds of different order are identified, by contour lines, estimating its surface with various methods.

CR 1.5 longitudinal profiles of routes marked on the map are drawn, by adjusting the scales horizontally and vertically to the needs of the representation, to analyze the relief.

CR 1.6 roads and other roads are plotted on a map or drawing, playing the relief not exceeding a value of maximum slope.

2 RP: Organize fieldwork of surveying and leveling simple depending on the purpose of them, optimizing resources and in compliance with the applicable environmental rules and prevention of occupational risks.

CR 2.1 field is recognized, locating its limits and detecting accidents, obstacles, and unique elements that could influence the work.

CR 2.2 field sketch is drawn clearly to facilitate data collection and the subsequent Cabinet work.

2.3 CR appliances and means of measurement for surveying or simple leveling work are selected, according to their availability and the degree of precision required.

CR 2.4 working method is decided depending on the devices and/or means of measurement and constraints to achieve established outcomes.
CR 2.5 operations to be carried out are scheduled, according to the logic of the measuring method to minimize costs, taking care to not interfere with the development of other activities.

3 RP: Operating devices and topographical resources, performing measurements, to carry out work of surveying and stakeout simple leveling, complying with the applicable rules.

CR 3.1 parking devices is done on a tripod firm, focusing the Plumb and calando levels to measure with precision and safety.

CR 3.2 apparatus is geared to measuring its height over the ground for obtaining planarity measurements and altimetric exact.

CR 3.3 the status of use of appliances is checked to fix, if required, adjust and confirm that the unit is complete and ready to be used.

3.4 CR GPS, total station and level are managed, checking its accuracy of operation, to perform measurements.

CR 3.5 decided working method is put into practice depending on the devices and/or means of measurement and constraints to achieve accurate results.

3.6 CR distances, slopes and angles measured by different appliances are read according to their degree of precision for the execution of the work of surveying and stakeout and simple leveling.

CR 3.7 level differences between several points are determined with accuracy to mark earthworks and small movements of land in agriculture, gardening and mount work.

3.8 CR instructions to carriers of milestones, reflectors and others are expressed in a clear and concise manner to avoid unnecessary time loss and errors in the final result.

CR 3.9 the problems posed in terms of work performed, staff and means of production are identified, evaluating your solution.

3.10 CR data and relevant observations are recorded in the record of field to operate with them in the Cabinet.

4 RP: Draw simple drawings to scale, and calculate the required surfaces and slopes from surveying measurements.

CR 4.1 the scale of the drawing is set to get a drawing provided with the selected paper size and the information that you want to represent.

CR 4.2 plane is drawn to scale, using field data and clear symbols to get a true representation of reality.

CR 4.3 plane is oriented, pointing north, and adds a legend of the symbols used and a cartouche with sufficient information so that the plane can be interpreted without a doubt by a third party.

CR 4.4 finished plans dual standard, binding them together with the rest of the documentation.

CR 4.5 surfaces and slopes are calculated, by applying the required formula to each method of measurement, within the degree of precision required.

5 RP: Rethinking points and geometric shapes moving information from the plane to the ground, with the precision and the required signaling method, complying with the applicable rules.

CR 5.1 levels, in relation to the scale and represented elements, are interpreted, to program the layout work and detect errors or omissions.

CR 5.2 the reconsideration is scheduled to coordinate its realization with the calendar of activities envisaged in the working area.

CR 5.3 the layout sketches are made to represent the elements of reference providing the further redesign work.

CR 5.4 reference points are located exactly on the ground for the reconsideration.

5.5 CR points, alignments, curves and geometric figures will re-evaluate using methods and suitable to produce a result within the degree of precision required and minimizing costs.

CR 5.6 roads and other roads will re-evaluate to not exceed a maximum value of slope, minimizing costs, following the instructions of a superior or reflected in a project or technical plan.

CR 5.7 instructions assistants who perform signs are expressed clearly and concisely, avoiding loss of time and errors in the final result.

CR 5.8 redefined elements are designated with auxiliary elements (plaster, stakes, flags, among others), secured so that they are visible and do not move with the movement of people or machinery.

CR 5.9 problems raised in relation to the work performed, staff and means of production are identified and valued for its solution.



Professional context: means of production: stakes, milestones, you look, banners, nails, paint and other materials from signage. Roulettes, tapes, squares, Plumb. Compasses. Tripods. Levels. Total station. Reflectors. G.P.S. receivers means of protection and auxiliary. Communication equipment. Computer equipment: computers, printers, plotters and scanners, tools of cartographic interpretation of the territory. Surveying and drawing programs. Tooling and drawing board. Pedometers, planimeters, scales.



Products and results: sequence of work organized on a plane land surveying work. Topographical works of agriculture, gardening and forestry operations. Devices correctly parked and collected measurements. Representative of the field plans to scale. Points and geometric figures created on the ground.



Used or generated information: cartography. Aerial photograph. Use of devices and survey equipment manuals. Programming work and sketches. Drawings of the project and/or sketches for the reconsideration. Programming of the layout work. Work sheets. Data records.



Unit 2 competition: Manage the operations of RESTOCKING forest and of correction hydrological-forestry level: 3 code: UC0728_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: programming the work of afforestation and hydrological-forestry correction, in accordance with the project or technical plan, meeting environmental and occupational risk prevention legislation.

1.1 CR projects and technical plans for repopulation and hydrological-forestry correction are interpreted to anticipate the difficulties of its implementation.

1.2 CR relief, soil characteristics, status and distribution of roads and the nature of spontaneous vegetation are recognized on the ground, to predict the difficulties of implementation of the planned work.

CR 1.3 sequence of works is set to optimize its execution, both technical as economically, within the foreseen implementation time.

CR 1.4 human and material resource needs are determined from the analysis of the objectives set out in the project or technical plan and the reconnaissance.

CR 1.5 budget is reviewed by chapters and units of work, to check their suitability for current prices.

2 RP: Managing the work of reforestation and afforestation, to achieve the implementation of the forest mass, in accordance with the project or technical plan and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 2.1 removal of pre-existing vegetation works are supervised, facilitating downstream and eliminating competition from established vegetation.

CR 2.2 soil preparation works are supervised, making sure the rooting of plants or seeds in a more rich media.

2.3 CR forest reproductive material is verified, checking its quality and storing or distributing it for the plot until the time of its introduction.

CR 2.4 the work of sowing or planting of plant material are monitored, verifying compliance with the technical requirements.

CR 2.5 the marras are accounted for, deciding on the need to replace in accordance with the conditions of the project or technical plan and, if necessary, replacement works are monitored to ensure its proper execution.

CR 2.6 works for the protection of the plantations are monitored against damage by livestock or wild animals.

CR 2.7 handling of machinery, tools, implements and equipment is monitored, ensuring the quality of the work to be carried out.

3 RP: Manage the works of correction hydrological-forestry, to improve hydrologic conditions and protect the soil from erosion, as provided in the project or technical plan, and in compliance with the applicable rules.

CR 3.1 works of reintroduction of tree, shrub and herbaceous species are monitored to achieve a quick coating of soil, improving hydrologic conditions and respecting biodiversity.

CR 3.2 the recovery of degraded vegetation work are monitored to improve his vegetative state and its appearance.

CR 3.3 brush in critical areas control efforts are managed, reducing the risk of erosion by the evolution of the soil and the vegetation.

CR 3.4 Optimizing the stability of runways and respecting biodiversity, riparian vegetation restoration work are organized.

CR 3.5 construction of defenses against avalanches are supervised, protecting the personal and economic interests.

CR 3.6 construction of longitudinal and transversal works are organized, protecting the margins of runways and stabilize the land.

CR 3.7 handling of machinery, tools, implements and equipment is monitored, ensuring the quality of the work to be carried out.
4 RP: Supervising the work of opening and maintenance of forest roads in accordance with the existing technical project, so access to the cliffs of reforestation or hydrological-forestry correction is warranted, complying with the applicable rules.

CR 4.1 plans of the layout and the layout of the roads are supervised, making sure that they are valid to meet the desired objective.

CR 4.2 works of clearing, earthmoving, leveling and compaction are monitored by optimizing their compliance in conformity with the technical and economic constraints of the project.

CR 4.3 maintenance of ditches work, steps of water and wearing course are monitored to optimize their March.

CR 4.4 handling of machinery, tools, implements and equipment is monitored to ensure a good quality of the work to be carried out.

RP 5: Coordinate resources human, necessary in the operations of afforestation and hydrological-forestry correction, to ensure required yield, depending on the objectives and activities established, complying with the applicable rules.

CR 5.1 distribution of jobs and operating guidelines are established depending on the activities to perform.

CR 5.2 tasks and responsibilities are distributed and allocated to each worker, in such a way that group run and completed operations fulfilling the objectives set out.

CR 5.3 task force staff provides advice before and during the work on the technical aspects related to the execution of the work.

5.4 CR reports and working parts are made to control the work performed and the time invested in its implementation in order to assess costs and returns.

CR 5.5 problems regarding work performed, staff and means of production are identified and evaluated taking the necessary measures for its solution.



Professional context: means of production: machinery and equipment for the treatment of scrub. Machinery and means for the establishment of vegetation. Machinery and materials for the construction and maintenance of forest roads. Personal protective equipment. Plant material for implantation. Materials for the construction of longitudinal and transversal works on the runway of the rivers. Materials techniques of civil works (breakwaters, Armoflex or similar, among others) as well as techniques of bioengineering (organic blankets, biorrollos, among others). Sampling equipment. Cartography. Computer equipment. Software for budgeting. Manual of Botany, flora and plant ecology.



Products and results: forest land repopulated. Sequence of work and resources established and monitored. Corrected watershed and unstable soils stabilized. Sequence of work and resources established and monitored. Forest roads that allow access in good condition.



Used or generated information: cartography of the ground object of work. Information on soils, climate, Botany. List of prices. Projects and technical plans of reforestation, forest corrections and forest roads. Use and maintenance of machinery catalogues. Technical information on machines and equipment. Parties and dimensioning. Manuals of good practice. Foliar analysis, soil and irrigation water. Information about analysis of land, water and fertilizer. Catalogues of forest material reproduction, species forest, fertilizers, machinery, tools and equipment. Literature botanical general and specific species to be used. Catalogues on use and maintenance of the irrigation systems. With applicable rules on safety and in the field of afforestation or reforestation hydrological-forestry. Listings of rates for work of afforestation, correction hydrological-forestry and forest roads.



Unit 3 competition: Manage the treatments forest level: 3 code: UC0729_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: organize silvicultural treatments of forests, both natural and artificial to improve them, monitoring performed pursuant to the project and meeting environmental and occupational risk prevention legislation.

CR 1.1 binas, hoeing, fertilization, and irrigation works are organized, supervising compliance with the rules applicable to enhance the growth of the planted species.

CR 1.2 mulch works are organized and supervised, suppressing competition on planted species, respecting the protected flora.

CR 1.3 thinning and clear work is scheduled on the basis of the goals envisaged in the management plan for the forest.

1.4 CR works of recurrence of the mountains low held, marking the coppice cut and supervising the work of cutting and extraction.

1.5 CR clara of the mainly or fustales works are supervised, verifying that the apeo and removal of marked foot is covered without damaging the mass that remains standing.

CR 1.6 works of pruning and waste disposal are organized, fulfilling the plan of improvement of the mass.

1.7 CR works to increase the diversity of flora and fauna are organized in order to improve the naturalness of artificial forests.

1.8 CR usage status and management of machinery, tools, equipment and tools used in silvicultural treatments are supervised to complete the work in accordance with the objectives.

2 RP: Control operations in the fight against diseases, pests and abiotic damage of forests, in accordance with the project, to keep a plant health and restore biological balance, complying with the applicable rules.

CR 2.1 chips for the detection of diseases, pests and other harms of abiotic or mechanical origin that affect forest complete, determining the required treatment.

CR 2.2 machinery and equipment application are selected, regulating them so that we achieve the expected results, fulfilling the applicable regulations on health and safety.

CR 2.3 transport, storage and handling of plant protection products is controlled to complying with the applicable legislation in matters related to plant protection products.

CR 2.4 application of media control, chemical, biological or integrated fight are supervised, according to the Protocol provided, assessing both their effectiveness and their toxicity to people and the environment.

CR 2.5 the implementation of different forestry is controlled, avoiding the appearance of diseases or pests.

3 RP: Organizing and controlling the silvicultural tasks of prevention of forest fires in accordance with the project and meeting environmental and occupational risk prevention legislation.

3.1 CR works of mulching, pruning and construction areas and sashes firewall are organized, supervising the prevention of forest fires decreasing the amount of biomass fuel.

CR 3.2 maintenance of ditches, drains and wearing course of forest tracks are monitored by optimizing their March.

CR 3.3 maintenance of firewalls, and water points are determined, monitoring which are kept in good condition.

3.4 CR the status and management of machinery, tools and equipment is monitored, making sure that the work in accordance with the objectives complete.

4 RP: Coordinating human resources required in the silvicultural treatments, to secure yields, depending on the objectives and activities established, complying with the applicable rules.

CR 4.1 distribution of works and the guidelines of operation for the management of silvicultural treatments are established, taking into account the default activities.

CR 4.2 tasks and responsibilities are assigned to each worker, in such a way that group run and completed operations, compliance objectives.

CR 4.3 team personnel provides advice before and during the work on the technical aspects related to the execution of the work.

4.4 CR reports and parts of the work are made, controlling the work performed and the time invested in its implementation to assess costs and returns.

CR 4.5 the problems arising in relation to the work performed, staff and means of production are identified by evaluating them to take the necessary measures for its solution.



Professional context: means of production: personal protective equipment. Computer equipment. Software for budgeting. Safety equipment. Machines, tools, tools and equipment needed to carry out silvicultural treatments. Forest inventory tools: Prism, Relascope, among others, to determine the final mass at the end of silvicultural treatment.



Products and results: treatments supervised forestry. Sequence of work and resources established and monitored. Healthy and protected forests against pests and diseases. Tasks and performed fire prevention measures.



Used or generated information:
Manual of indigenous flora of the land subject to performance. List of prices. Project or technical plan. Catalogs of used machinery and personal protective equipment. Bibliography on general and specific botanical species that is going to act. Bibliography related to the silvicultural treatments. Manuals of good practice. Applicable safety regulations.



Unit 4 competition: Manage the machinery, equipment and facilities of the exploitation forest level: 3 code: UC0730_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: schedule the daily maintenance and newspaper plants, machinery and equipment forest, according to the work plan, so that they are operational when they are required, verifying that the applicable regulations are complied with.

CR 1.1 maintenance of installations, machinery, equipment and tooling forest plan set, optimising costs, times and controlling its execution.

CR 1.2 program plan of cleaning, disinfection, insect and pest control (LDDD) of gardening facilities is planned with the advice of the technical manager.

CR 1.3 implementation of the LDDD programme teams are prepared and maintained, following the protocols established by the competent technical manager.

CR 1.4 implementation of the LDDD programme is monitored according to established protocols and in collaboration with the competent technical manager.

1.5 CR first level of machinery, equipment and forest systems in the short and medium term (cleaning, lubrication, oils and filters, among others) is programmed, supervising compliance methods, working and management phases of the same time.

1.6 CR chips and parts of maintenance work on facilities is completed, according to the protocols laid down for their subsequent file.

RP 2: Controlling the operation and use of the machinery, equipment, and facilities of the forestry, to avoid deterioration and risk in their use, verifying that the applicable regulations are complied with.

CR 2.1 the operation of machinery and forestry equipment is verified, checking that it meets the established approval criteria.

2.2 CR hygiene and cleanliness of facilities, equipment, utensils and personal manipulator is monitored, according to Protocol established, detecting possible anomalies and taking preventive or corrective measures where appropriate.

CR 2.3 the procedures to apply for the periodic inspection of the machinery, equipment, and forestry facilities, are established, according to the manuals and maintenance plans.

CR 2.4 criteria for the use of installations, machinery and forestry equipment, are established following the manuals and use plans, verifying compliance with them.

CR 2.5 the use of equipment and forest machines is recorded through a daily part of work indicating times of performance, consumption and caused disruptions and its causes.

CR 2.6 machinery that circulates by public roads, is monitored, by checking compliance with the provisions of the highway code.

CR 2.7 equipment for firefighting, both in the facilities as in forestry machinery requiring them, reviewing, verifying operation and their signage.

3 RP: Host a workshop of maintenance to basic repairs of machinery and forestry equipment, taking into account the resources available and operations to perform and verifying that the applicable regulations are complied with.

CR 3.1 the collection of materials from the workshop is scheduled depending on the quantity and characteristics of maintenance and repair operations planned.

CR 3.2 workshop is organized in such a way that their equipment and tools are in condition for immediate use.

CR 3.3 of supplies and materials costs operations, adjusting to the previously elaborate calculations.

CR 3.4 «stock» materials, tools and spare parts is verified, assessing the needs of supply in the short and medium term.

CR 3.5 conditions of storage and conservation of materials, tools and the shop tools are monitored by checking that they are the best.

CR 3.6 the technical supplies and suppliers information is logged for your back file, keeping it updated.

3.7 CR received material is reviewed by checking that it corresponds to the requested and that its status and operation is correct.

4 RP: Monitor, the operations of preparation, maintenance, commissioning and basic repairs on the verge of installations, machinery and equipment, forest, following the established program, to have the equipment in State of use, complying with the applicable rules.

CR 4.1 response to emergency situations is coordinated, assessing the gravity, stopping work (where required), communicating the contingency and applying the relevant plan.

CR 4.2 compliance with protection and security measures taken in each case, concerning media and people are verified.

CR 4.3 technical documentation and other available sources of information are sorted, updating it and determining the scope of the possible malfunctions or failures, developing relevant performance report.

CR 4.4 operations to be carried out by a specialized workshop are identified, distinguishing them from those that can be carried out on the holding by its simplicity.

CR 4.5 works of replacement of elements and damaged parts are verified, checking that the required material is used and the established work procedures are followed.

CR 4.6 basic repairs carried out in the own workshop cost is recorded, by attaching it to the technical-economic report of the machinery.

RP 5: Manage the acquisition or replacement of machinery, equipment and forestry supplies to meet the objectives of exploitation taking into account technical and economic criteria, developing reports, verifying the compliance with applicable regulations.

CR 5.1 forestry machinery operation times newspaper log sets, including faults produced and consumed (diesel fuel, oil) materials.

CR 5.2 comparison of the cost of use and offers of service at market prices is carried out regularly, valuing the convenience of using their own or rented equipment.

CR 5.3 acquisition/replacement of equipment and forestry equipment is proposed, to appreciate differences between actual costs and made forecasts or when the faults make it impossible to systematically meet the established work programme.

CR 5.4 replacement of machinery and equipment forest report is produced, by consulting the available technical and economic documentation.

CR 5.5 technical-economic report for the establishment of the procurement plan is elaborated, indicating: performance, purchase price and cost of use of the machinery and gardening equipment.

6 RP: Coordinating human resources management of installations, machinery and forestry equipment, to optimize them according to the objectives and established activities, verifying that the applicable regulations are complied with.

CR 6.1 distribution of works and the guidelines of operation for facilities management, machinery, material and forestry equipment are set, taking into account the default activities.

CR 6.2 tasks and responsibilities are assigned to each worker so the group run and completed operations fulfilling the objectives established.

CR 6.3 team personnel provides advice before and during the work on the technical aspects related to the execution of the work.

6.4 CR reports and parts of the work are made to control the work performed and the time invested in their implementation, evaluating performance and costs.

CR 6.5 the problems arising in relation to the work performed, staff and means of production are identified and evaluated, taking the necessary measures for its solution.



Professional context: means of production: machinery, equipment, and forestry facilities. Machines for transport, loading and unloading. Tools and implements. Spare parts. Equipment and workshop for maintenance and repairs. Structures and forestry facilities. Manuals on maintenance of facilities, equipment and machinery forest processes.



Products and results: installations, machinery and forestry equipment in State of use. Reduction of mechanical problems and incidents by failure to apply preventive measures and replacement of elements and organs at the right time. Forest acquisition/replacement of machinery technical reports. Workshop for repair and basic maintenance of forestry machinery managed.



Used or generated information: Manual of service and workshop machinery and forestry equipment and technical information about benefits and work capabilities. Possibilities and limitations of the forest to use machinery. Maintenance of installations, machinery and equipment forest processes. Applicable regulations of occupational risk prevention. Code of the circulation and complementary regulations. Work sheets. Cleaning, disinfection, disinsectization and deratization (LDDD) plan.



TRAINING module 1: topographic operations in work of farming, gardening and forestry level: 3 code: MF0727_3
Associated with UC: topographic operations in agriculture, gardening and forestry work duration: 150horas capabilities and criteria of evaluation: C1: recognize contours, scales and symbols used in surveying, and the relief of the terrain using maps or topographical maps.

CE1.1 specify the relation of similarity between the numerator and the denominator of a scale.

CE1.2 explain the representation of the relief by maps and/or dimensional drawings and the meaning of the level curves.

CE1.3 explain the relationship between topographic maps and aerial photographs of the same area.

CE1.4 describe the different cartographic software applications available and its use.

CE1.5 given a so-called practical with a map and/or flat topographic from given conditions:-determine the dimension of different points and natural and reduced distances between them.

-Search for landmarks that appear in the legend and read their geographic coordinates and UTM.

-Determine the paths between pairs of different points using sexagesimal and centesimal degrees.

-Differentiate between watercourses and dividing and draw the boundaries of a watershed.

-Draw a longitudinal profile, by adjusting the horizontal and vertical scales.

-Mark possible ways and other roads travel not exceeding a maximum value of slope.

C2: Schedule work in surveying methods and simple leveling based on the characteristics of the land and the resources available for the preparation of a land, complying with the applicable rules.

CE2.1 recognize the characteristics of different media and topographical equipment used in surveying and simple levelling work.

CE2.2 explain different methods of work used in surveying and levelling simple.

CE2.3 explain the procedure of measurement of distances, slopes and angles with each of the devices used in surveying and simple levelling.

CE2.4 explain the decomposition into triangles and coordinate methods used in surveying.

CE2.5 explain the method of radiation used in surveying work.

CE2.6 explain the simple levelling method.

CE2.7 in a practical course of a job surveying or simple leveling from given conditions:-identify accidents, obstacles, and unique elements that could influence the work.

-Draw a sketch of the work area.

-Decide on the method of measurement in relation to the conditions and the means available.

-Program work to make it subject to the decided method, reducing costs and complying with the standards of prevention of occupational risks.

C3: Determine the operation of appliances and topographical equipment used in surveying and levelling simple.

CE3.1 interpret the instruction manual for a GPS device, a level and a total station.

CE3.2 differentiate the parts and components of the devices and survey equipment and explain its function.

CE3.3 explain the procedures of parking and orientation of topographic apparatus used in surveying and levelling simple.

CE3.4 recognize the sources of error in the handling of tools and topographic apparatus and explain its correction.

CE3.5 establish the distribution of the necessary work for surveying and simple levelling operations and operating guidelines.

CE3.6 identify problems that may arise in the work, personnel and means of production, indicating the necessary measures for its solution.

CE3.7 in a practical course work on surveying by direct measurements and leveling simple operating with equipment and topographic media from given conditions:-identify the factors that would hamper or constrain the execution of the works.

-Check that the devices are working properly.

-Park and orientate the topographic apparatus used in surveying works by direct measurements.

-Measure slopes and angles reduced, and geometric distances, using different units of measure.

-Locate the vertices that define the perimeter of the plot and the intermediate points that are considered necessary.

-Triangular plot and measure it with different media and/or equipment, transmitting orders relevant to personal assistant.

-Choose the most suitable radiation Center and measuring radii using different means or devices, transmitting orders relevant to personal assistant.

-Mark the dimensions of a more or less explanado terrain, using a level and transmitting orders relevant to personal assistant.

C4: Design plans and calculate surfaces and slopes from surveying measurements.

CE4.1 quote the standard paper sizes used in the preparation of plans and recognize different drawing tools.

CE4.2 list the units of measurement of distances, slopes, angles and surfaces and convert some to others.

CE4.3 stating the different formulas used in the calculation of surfaces, according to the measuring method used.

CE4.4 given a practical course of drawing from a real or fictitious measures from given conditions:-determine the scale that better adjusts to the level of detail desired for the representation.

-Decide the size of the paper and the most appropriate drawing scale.

-Draw a simple plane, orienting it correctly.

-Complete the composition with the symbols that are required, the corresponding legend and a cartouche with all the necessary information.

-Folding plans conforming to standard.

-Calculate surfaces and earrings using different graphics and mechanical or electronic methods.

C5: Planning works of redesign in agriculture, gardening and forestry work.

CE5.1 list the means employed in the realization of layouts.

CE5.2 describe the techniques used in the reconsideration of alignments, curves, points and geometric figures.

CE5.3 explain the procedure to be followed in the field for the location of a point from another acquaintance, knowing the reduced distance that separates them and bearing.

CE5.4 in a practical course of reconsideration in agriculture, gardening and forestry works:-interpret the plan and prepare a sketch of the layout.

-Describe points, parallel and perpendicular, curved alignments, and geometric figures, transmitting orders relevant to the helpers.

-Draw up a calendar of setting out appropriate to the programme of activities of the agricultural, forestry, farm or garden.

-Establish the distribution of the necessary work for the stakeout operation and operation guidelines.

-Identify the problems arising in the work, personnel and production means taking the necessary measures for its solution.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.5; C2 regarding CE2.7; C3 on CE3.7; C4 on CE4.4; C5 regarding CE5.4.

Other capabilities: demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies related to its activity.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Use of time and effort in expanding knowledge and information for use in their work.

Learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. topography. Interpretation of maps and plans units of measurement used in topography.

Trigonometric reasons. Angles: classes, units of measurement, and transformations.

Slopes, slopes, natural, geometric and reduced distances.

Dimensional representation system: application to the interpretation of the relief.

Numerical and graphical, scales transformations of lengths and surfaces.

Geographic coordinates and UTM systems.

Transformations.

Errors. Interpretation of drawings. Most commonly used standardised scales and limits of visual perception. Orientation: North astronomical, magnetic north and magnetic declination. Contour. Dividing and watercourses. Longitudinal profiles: horizontal and vertical scales, symbology and labeling. Symbols and legends. Notions of Photogrammetry. Stereoscopic vision of the relief.



2 equipment and useful topographic topographical instruments: Roulettes, tapes measuring, range finders, compasses, total stations and positioning by satellite (GPS) receivers. Topographic tools: communications equipment, weights, levels, brackets, tripods, miras and reflectors. Signaling elements. Parts and operating principles. Accuracy and application.



3. works of surveying and leveling simple sketches, diagrams and drawings: preparation, interpretation and failure detection. Measures of distances. Mapping of perpendicular.

Measurement of angles. Planimetric methods: by decomposition into triangles, by abscissas and ordinates, radiation by polar coordinates.

Altimetric methods: simple levelling. Annotation of data.

Realization of plans: tooling and drawing techniques. Calculation of surfaces: mechanical or electronic procedures and formulas used. Applications of calculus.



4 I layout object of the stakeout.

Methods: direct measurement, satellite positioning techniques, photogrammetry.
Setting-out of points. Reconsideration of parallel and perpendicular straight alignments. Reconsideration of curves. Geometric figures. Work scheduling and sequencing of the same. Devices and media used. Checks and corrections.



5 safety in the work of field and basic legislation related to topographic work in farming, gardening and forestry operations policy applicable on occupational risk prevention.

Applicable environmental regulations.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to topographic operations in agriculture, gardening and work montes, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish framework for higher education qualifications), engineer or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 2: management of the REPOPULATION forest and correction hydrological-forestry level: 3 code: MF0728_3 associated with UC: manage the operations of afforestation and hydrological-forestry correction duration: 150horas capabilities and criteria evaluation: C1: draw up a calendar of works from the documentation of a project or technical correction hydrological-forestry or afforestation plan.

CE1.1 describe the different parts that make up a project or technical plan of reforestation or hydrological-forestry correction, explaining the meaning of each one and their contents.

CE1.2 interpret the points that make up the specification and its impact on the development of the work of reforestation or hydrological-forestry correction.

CE1.3 describe the parts that make up the correction hydrological-forestry or afforestation projects environmental impact studies, explaining its meaning and its implications for the execution of the works.

CE1.4 to enumerate the various elements that make up the planes and their symbolism.

CE1.5 from a project of reforestation or hydrological-forestry correction, from given conditions:-take information concerning the relief, soil, access and spontaneous vegetation, once observed the terrain.

-Draw up a calendar of performances and determine the needs of material and human resources to execute the work within the foreseen implementation time.

-Relate the different chapters of the budget, and recalculate some work units before a supposed change in prices.

-Interpret the information contained in the plans.

-Extrapolated the Declaration of environmental impact to the planning of the work.

C2: Evaluating the objectives and constraints of the works provided for in a reforestation project and the work of execution with respect to risk labor and environmental rules.

CE2.1 describe the different phases of a job of afforestation, explaining its objectives, techniques, procedures and material resources used during the execution of each.

CE2.2 explain the factors that determine the chances of success of an afforestation.

CE2.3 identify the main forest species, specifying their implications in reforestation.

CE2.4 define the parameters that determine the quality of forest reproductive Material and the procedures for verification.

CE2.5 identify the negative environmental impacts that may occur during the different phases of the work of afforestation, describing the systems and techniques to minimize them or correct them.

CE2.6 given a practical course of afforestation:-select the techniques and procedures of measurement of work more suitable to each phase of the afforestation project.

-Recognize forest species to be implanted.

-Recognize the species that make up the most common spontaneous vegetation in the area, explaining its significance to the work of afforestation.

-Organize the work and distribute tasks among workers, whereas the skills of each person.

-To advise workers on the tasks to perform.

-To develop and analyze information and management documents (parts of work and production, record, reports).

-Supervise the work undertaken and proposing solutions when required.

-Check that it meets the legislation in force and the measures of prevention of occupational risks.

C3: Plan works under a correction hydrological-forestry project, complying with the applicable rules of labor and environmental risk prevention.

CE3.1 explain the main techniques used in the recovery of the degraded vegetation.

CE3.2 analyze phases of a work of recovery of the riparian vegetation, explaining its objectives and techniques, procedures and material resources used during execution.

CE3.3 explain the relationship between relief, vegetation cover and soil erosion.

CE3.4 describe the construction details of the longitudinal and transversal works used in the correction of runways.

CE3.5 identify the negative environmental impacts that may occur during the different phases of the work of afforestation, describing the systems and techniques to minimize them or correct them.

CE3.6 given a practical course of hydrological-forestry correction, with established conditions:-select the techniques and procedures of measurement of work more suitable to each phase of the project.

-Analyze the different erosive factors that act within a watershed.

-Organize the work and distribution of staff best suited to each task.

-To advise staff on the work performed.

-Develop information and management documents (parts of work and production, record, reports) and analyse them.

-Supervise the work undertaken and proposing solutions when required.

-Check that the legislation is fulfilled and occupational risk prevention measures are respected.

C4: Apply the basic techniques used in the work of opening and maintenance of forest roads of Earth objectives, achieve compliance with the applicable rules.

CE4.1 explain the phases of construction of forest roads of Earth.

CE4.2 describe the operations and techniques employed in the construction and maintenance of forest roads.

CE4.3 describe the machines and equipment used in different operations.

CE4.4 given a practical course of construction or maintenance of a forest road from given conditions:-determine the technique and sequence of works to be carried out.

-Organize the work and distribution of staff best suited to each task.

-Select the machinery and equipment to be used.

-To advise staff on the work performed.

-To develop and analyze information and management documents (parts of work and production, record, reports).

-Supervise the work undertaken and proposing solutions when required.

C5: Planning the Organization of human resources in the work of afforestation to ensure adequate performance, depending on the objectives and activities laid down.

CE5.1 describe the response emergency assessing gravity, stopping work, communicating the contingency and applying the relevant plan.

CE5.2 identify different problems or conflicts that may arise during the work and determine possible solutions.

CE5.3 describe the different procedures of control of yields and costs of activities.

CE5.4 given a practical course of organization of human resources in afforestation work:-establish the distribution of the necessary work for the sports turf installation and operation guidelines.

-Allocate tasks and responsibilities necessary for the sports turf to each worker, so that the objectives set are met.

-Technically assist the crew in the aspects related with the job to deal with.

-Prepare reports and parts of the work including performance, cost and schedule control to assess the results of the activities carried out.

-Identify the problems arising in the work, personnel and production means taking the necessary measures for its solution.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.5; C2 regarding CE2.6; C3 on CE3.6; C4 on CE4.4; C5 regarding CE5.4.

Other capabilities:
Demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies related to its activity.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Use of time and effort in expanding knowledge and information for use in their work.

Learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others; showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. projects and technical plans of reforestation and forest corrections projects: types, objectives and documents that compose them.

Technical plans. Environmental factors: climate and soil.

Forest station. Forest species: classification and selection criteria.

Execution plans: activities, duration and coordination.

Map of slopes, interpretation of the basin.



2 sowing and planting in reforestation, forest reproductive Material.

Criteria of quality. Seeding: methods, depth and coverage of the seed, time and dose. Planting: type of plant (bare root or containerised), age of the plant, management, time, techniques and methods.

Density of plantation.

Types of plantations (pure or mixed).



3 correction hydrological-forestry vegetation riparia.

Retrieval techniques: procedures, means and materials used.

Longitudinal and transversal works for the correction of runways.

Restoration of riverbanks. Prevention and protection against avalanches. Machinery and equipment used. Environmental impacts.

Restoration of riverbanks. Prevention and protection against avalanches. Machinery and equipment used. Environmental impacts. Techniques of stabilization of slopes.



4 forest roads of Earth roads: types, objectives, parties. Path. Earrings. Calculation of the drainage on forest roads network. Phases of construction. Techniques. Machines and media used. Maintenance: types, purpose and means used. With applicable rules of prevention of labour risks 5. Environmental impact and ecological damage types of impacts: classification.

Intensity. Persistence. Recovery. Periodicity. Shocking actions.

Stability of slopes erosion processes, risks of landslides and mudslides and formation of avenues.

Quantitative and qualitative assessment. Protective, corrective and compensatory measures.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the management of the operations of afforestation and hydrological-forestry correction, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic education of level 2 (Spanish framework for higher education qualifications), engineer or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 3: management of the treatments forest level: 3 code: MF0729_3 associated with UC: manage duration silvicultural treatments: 120horas capabilities and criteria evaluation: C1: plan silvicultural treatments for the improvement of the forest masses by verifying compliance with the regulations applicable.

CE1.1 describe treatments forestry of soil, stressing their negative impact on the environment.

CE1.2 explain the treatments forestry for the improvement of the flight, indicating the criteria used to select both future toes and feet to remove.

CE1.3 describe the different phases of a treatment of clara and pruning, specifying the techniques to reduce damage to the mass that remains standing and the environment.

CE1.4 explain the process of conversion of a Hill under a further high, specifying where appropriate the techniques and implementation procedures.

CE1.5 relate the critical aspects to consider during the processes of enrichment with native species of artificially reforested masses.

CE1.6 recognize parts, parts, or components and explain the maintenance of equipment, tool, material, apero, equipment, machinery, or medium used in the work of afforestation, identify it, relate to the corresponding work.

CE1.7 in a practical course of application of silvicultural treatments in a forest mass from given conditions:-determine the types of silvicultural treatments necessary in that forest.

-Select the procedure and technique to apply in each case.

-Determine the sequence of the works to be carried out.

-Organize the work and distribution of staff best suited to each task.

-To advise staff on the work performed.

-Develop information and management documents (parts of work and production, record, reports) and analyse them.

-Supervise the work undertaken and proposing solutions when required.

-Monitor that complies with the legislation in force and the measures of prevention of occupational hazards is respect.

C2: Classify the main pests, diseases and damage of forests and operations to control compliance with applicable regulations for risk prevention work and environmental.

CE2.1 describe the different agents susceptible to cause damage to plants, distinguishing these useful fauna.

CE2.2 relate an appliance, tool, material, equipment, machinery or medium used in efforts to fight against diseases, pests and other damage to forests, with the corresponding work, describing its parts, parts, or components.

CE2.3 select techniques and working procedures for each phytosanitary treatment.

CE2.4 analyze work situations during the application of phytosanitary treatments, performing a site safety and occupational risk prevention plan.

CE2.5 describe the negative environmental impacts that may produce phytosanitary treatments, as well as systems and techniques to minimize them or correct them.

CE2.6 explain the legal regulations concerning the application of plant protection products.

CE2.7 in a practical course of fighting pests, diseases and other damage to a forest mass from given conditions:-identify most common area damage-causing agents and the useful fauna.

-Determine the method of struggle to be used.

-Carrying out of plant protection in order to improve the monitoring of its implementation.

-Determine the sequence of the works to be carried out.

-Organize the work and distribution of staff best suited to each task.

-Develop information and management documents (parts of work and production, record, reports) and analyse them.

C3: Schedule tasks of prevention of forest fires to the established objectives and compliance with applicable regulations.

CE3.1 describe the stages of a forest fire prevention work, explaining its objectives and techniques, procedures and materials means used for its realization.

CE3.2 describe the operations performed during the maintenance of forest tracks, explaining its objectives and techniques, procedures and materials means used for its realization.

CE3.3 select the techniques and procedures of measurement of work more convenient for each forest fire prevention work.

CE3.4 analyze conditions occupational hazard during the execution of the work of prevention of forest fires, interpreting the occupational risk prevention plan and site safety plan.

CE3.5 identify the negative environmental impacts that may occur during the execution of the prevention of forest fires, describing the systems and techniques to minimize them or correct them.

CE3.6 in a case or practical course of forest fire prevention operations perfectly identified from given conditions:-determine the type of preventive treatment.

-Select the technique and more adequate work procedure.

-Organize the work and distribution of staff best suited to each task.

-To advise staff on the work performed.

-Develop information and management documents (parts of work and production, record, reports) and analyse them.

-Supervise the work undertaken and proposing solutions when required.

-Monitor that complies with the legislation in force and the measures of prevention of occupational hazards is respect.

C4: Coordinating human resources to secure adequate yields, depending on the objectives and activities laid down.

CE4.1 programmed response emergency assessing gravity, communicating the contingency and applying the relevant plan.
CE4.2 identify different problems or conflicts that may arise during the work and determine possible solutions.

CE4.3 describe the different procedures of control of yields and costs of activities.

CE4.4 in a practical course of organization of human resources from given conditions:-establish the distribution of the necessary work for the sports turf installation and operation guidelines.

-Distribute and assign tasks and responsibilities necessary for the sports turf to each worker, so that the objectives set are met.

-Technically assist the crew in the aspects related with the job to deal with.

-Prepare reports and parts of the work including performance, cost and schedule control to assess the results of the activities carried out.

-Identify the problems arising in the work, personnel and production means taking the necessary measures for its solution.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.7; C2 regarding CE2.7; C3 on CE3.6; C4 on CE4.4.

Other capabilities: demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies related to its activity.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Use of time and effort in expanding knowledge and information for use in their work.

Learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others; showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. silvicultural treatments forestry: types and objectives.

Community forestry: categories of trees in the mass, sociological classes, the mass density.

Tolerance or temperament of the different forest species, productivity.

Vegetation by means of manual, mechanical, and chemical control: you binas, weed and clearings. Controlled burning.

Placement of protective covers: herbicides, irrigation, fertilization, pruning, aporcados and dessicated.

Specific legislation, machinery and equipment.



2 pests, diseases and other damage of forests pests of crops: damage-causing.

Methods of pest control: means of plant protection, integrated and biological control. Plant protection products: active substances and prepared.

Methods of application of plant protection products. Application equipment: functioning of different types.

Cleaning, adjustment and calibration of the equipment.

Maintenance and equipment reviews.

Endangerment of pesticides for health.

Residues of plant protection products: risks for the consumer. Poisonings and other effects on health, first aid.

Phytosanitary treatments: preparation, mixing and application risks arising from the use of plant protection products, operator exposure level.

Operator protection and preventive measures.

Good environmental practices. Environmental awareness.

Risks to the environment: mitigation measures. Disposal of empty containers. Management systems.

Principles of traceability. Food and feed hygiene requirements. Transport, storage and handling of pesticides.

Good phytosanitary practice. Interpretation of the labelling and safety data sheets.



3. Prevention of forest fires causes of fires: intentionality, types, spread.

Factors influencing fire behavior. Hazard indices. Surveillance. Concept of prevention. Objectives. Systems and techniques. Prevention through silvicultural techniques. Reduction of fuel. Infrastructure: access, firewall, water points.



4. applicable regulations and related treatments management forestry specific legislation. Environmental legislation. Legislation on safety in the management of machines and equipment used. Chips and parts of production processes work. Relationship trabajo-salud: regulations on prevention of occupational risks. Agrarian social security. Legislation affecting the use of plant protection products. Offences and penalties.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the management of silvicultural treatments, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic education of level 2 (Spanish framework for higher education qualifications), engineer or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 4: management of machinery, equipment and facilities of the exploitation forest level: 3 code: MF0730_3 associated with UC: manage the machinery, equipment, and facilities of the logging duration: 150horas capabilities and criteria evaluation: C1: scheduled maintenance of machinery, equipment and forestry facilities for optimum performance according to the production plan.

CE1.1 describe major machines, equipment and facilities and their characteristics.

CE1.2 sequentially describe maintenance of machinery, equipment and forestry facilities.

CE1.3 relate every maintenance operation indicating equipment required for its realization.

CE1.4 describe the rules for the prevention of occupational risks in the operations of maintenance of machines, equipment and forestry facilities.

CE1.5 list newspapers and parts of work necessary for the control and maintenance issues.

CE1.6 given a practical course of machinery, plant and mechanical equipment in a forest exploitation, from given conditions:-update and sort of the machinery, plant and forestry equipment technical documentation concerning their characteristics and maintenance.

-Schedule the cleaning, disinfection, disinsection and deratization of installations, machinery, equipment, tools and areas by establishing procedures to implement and verify they are ready for operation.

-Develop a full programme of operations of checking the status of the equipment, installation, or equipment before use indicating periodicity of various peacekeeping operations in which a timetable of implementation, determining the operations at the right time.

-Determine the operations of preparation and sunsets to point and its periodicity indicating the appropriate equipment to perform these operations.

-Graphically structured maintenance for your quick interpretation program.

-Design documentation to record the work of machinery, plant and equipment to its proper control.

C2: Analyze the status and operation of the machinery, equipment, and facilities of a logging and compliance with applicable regulations.

CE2.1 describe the functioning of installations, machinery and forestry equipment by specifying performance that should give, on the basis of the work plan.

CE2.2 identify and describe the devices for regulation and control of machinery and equipment.

CE2.3 define the technical criteria used to assess the proper functioning of the machinery, equipment and facilities according to the work to be performed and the characteristics of the equipment.

CE2.4 explain the correct way to use machinery, equipment and installations according to the manuals and use plans.

CE2.5 analyze the causes that produce equipment malfunctions, misuse, careless regulating, improper maintenance, wear and tear, obsolescence or others, whether they be indicating possible solutions.

CE2.6 describe the techniques of first aid and basic health care.

CE2.7 in a practical course of machines, equipment or forestry facilities, from given conditions:-monitor the machinery, installation or equipment by verifying that it meets the technical specifications and regulations for use and assessing the level of performance and results in the work.

-Identify anomalies in the State and performance of the components of the equipment.

-Determine the possible corrections and improvements to the development of the work.

-Register data of daily work, chips and parts indicating operating times, consumption and caused disruptions and its causes.

C3: Schedule a workshop requirements to meet the needs of maintenance and basic repairs of machinery and a logging facilities, complying with the applicable rules.
CE3.1 analyze the technical documentation required for the provision and organization of a workshop.

CE3.2 describe equipment, tools, implements, spare parts and materials needed in the workshop, for the repair and maintenance of exploitation and forest machinery operations.

CE3.3 indicate areas and spaces in a workshop for a correct location of equipment, spare parts and materials, to optimize times and media tasks to perform.

CE3.4 noted the procedures to follow in the proper management of waste generated at the workshop fulfilling existing occupational risk prevention and environmental regulations.

CE3.5 the acquisition of machinery, tooling, spare parts and different material depending on the needs of maintenance and repairs, with economic criteria and quality rating.

CE3.6 describe the conditions of work and personal protection to meet the standards of prevention of occupational risks in the workshop.

CE3.7 given a practical course of organization of a workshop of repair and maintenance in a park of a forestry machinery:-distributing areas of the workshop, the provision of equipment and tools, spare parts and materials required for maintenance or repair with effectiveness and security.

-Calculate the quantities and times for the supply of spare parts, tools and materials according to the established planning.

-Manage the acquisition of spare parts and other materials.

C4: Plan preparation, maintenance and repair operations and placed on the verge of machinery, equipment and forestry facilities for maintenance in a State of use, complying with the applicable rules.

CE4.1 analyzing technical documentation and other sources of information available to determine the scope of the possible malfunctions or failures.

CE4.2 identify the types of more frequent in the forest to differing equipment troubleshooting requiring specialized workshop of those that can be solved on the holding.

CE4.3 describe the procedures, methods and approximate times for the operations of preparation, maintenance, repair and sunsets to.

CE4.4 describe rules for occupational risk prevention and preservation of the environment in the preparation, service and sunsets to machines, equipment and forestry facilities.

CE4.5 describe the faults, repairs, overhauled and maintenance of the machinery to be carried out by a specialized workshop, differentiating them which may be in operation with basic operations.

CE4.6 given a practical course of maintenance of facilities and mechanical equipment in a logging:-design repair orders, work parties, tables of diagnosis and technical documentation for the correct Organization of work.

-Organize the operations of preparation, maintenance, repair and sunsets to depending on the available human and technical resources.

-Check that of preparation, repair and sunsets to operations in time, means and form correct compliance program established in the operation and workshop manuals.

-Carry out the necessary checks on the operations of work finished.

-Register the information obtained in the revisions for your treatment and assessment, using computer media, if necessary.

-Calculate the costs of the work of preparation, maintenance, repair and sunsets to carried out on the holding.

C5: Assess needs of acquisition or replacement of machinery, equipment and forestry supplies depending on production and profitability plan developing the corresponding technical report.

CE5.1 identify necessary in a forest exploitation, depending on your plan of production equipment and machines.

CE5.2 analyze performance and technical characteristics of the machinery, equipment and tools taking into account:-the capabilities of work required for the operations envisaged in the plan of production.

-The characteristics of the area, affecting the possibilities of mechanisation.

-Hourly costs and yields for different alternatives for acquisition, rental or ownership.

CE5.3 analyze the technical and commercial documentation on equipment and machines to buy.

CE5.4 describe the technical/economic criteria to acquire, renovate, or discarded machines and equipment at the right time.

CE5.5 in a practical course of a logging with a production plan established from given conditions:-select tractors and traction elements, equipment, tools, machines and facilities.

-Establish teams that want to rent, share, or have exclusive.

-Set the right time to purchase according to the production plan.

-Rating commercial offers for the acquisition of a team.

-Propose improvements of use, renewal or acquisitions of machinery park.

-Present technical reports on conditions for the acquisition, renewal or disposal of equipment and facilities in a logging.

C6: Determine the necessary human resources in the preparation, maintenance, repair and start-up of installations, machinery and forestry equipment to ensure performance according to the objectives and activities set out.

CE6.1 identify different problems or conflicts that may arise during the work indicating possible solutions.

CE6.2 describe the different procedures of control of yields and costs of activities.

CE6.3 in a practical course of organization of human resources in a forest holding:-coordinate the response emergency assessing gravity, stopping work (where necessary), communicating the contingency and applying the relevant plan.

-Establish the distribution of the necessary work so that objectives and operating guidelines are met.

-Assign tasks and responsibilities for each worker, so that the objectives set are met.

-Technically assist the crew in the aspects related with the job to deal with.

-Prepare reports and parts of the work including performance, cost and schedule control to assess the results of the activities carried out.

-Identify the problems arising in the work, personnel and production means taking the necessary measures for its solution.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.6; C2 regarding CE2.7; C3 on CE3.7; C4 on CE4.6; C5 CE5.2 and CE5.5; C6 with respect to CE6.3.

Other capabilities: demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies related to its activity.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.

Use of time and effort in expanding knowledge and information for use in their work.

Learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired.

Maintaining an assertive attitude, empathic and conciliatory with others; showing cordiality and kindness in the deal.



Contents: 1. forest facilities operation and components.

Review and diagnosis facilities.

Types of forestry facilities.

Components of forest plants.

Regulation of temperature, humidity, light systems.

Equipment and products of cleaning, disinfection and conditioning most common in forestry facilities.

Safety devices on the premises.

Tables and measuring equipment and facilities review.



2. forest machinery. Components and operating machinery, farming and forestry equipment (machinery for the preparation of the ground, seeders and planters, brush cutters, chainsaws, taladoras-apiladoras, processors, skidders, autocargardores, cosechadoras-transportadoras of wood, machinery for treatments, among others).

Review and diagnosis of the functioning of machinery forest.

Forestry machinery components.

Performance and applications of the devices for regulation and control of forestry machinery. Forestry machinery safety devices.

Tables and measurement and review of machinery equipment. Use and control of the mechanized operations. Operations scheduling and control of the results of the machining work. Use of machinery in field variables. Transport operations. Rules and conditions of circulation for public roads.



3. selection of forest machinery machining needs.

Criteria for replacement and renewal.

Adaptation of forestry machinery park.

Forest machinery park. Criteria for replacement, disposal or incorporation of equipment and its impact in the rest of the Park of machinery and the cost per unit of output.



4 applicable occupational risk prevention in forestry machinery and facilities basic concepts on safety and health in the workplace: risk factors, occupational hazards, accidents at work and occupational diseases.

Applicable basic regulatory framework on prevention of occupational risks.

Specific regulations of prevention of labour risks for the operation of forestry machinery and facilities.

General risks and their prevention.

Specific risks in the forestry sector and its prevention.
Personal protection measures. Procedures on use of machinery and facilities, handling and storage of hazardous and toxic products, preservation of the environment clean and safe.

Basic elements of management of risk prevention.

Public organisms related to the safety and health at work.

Basic organization of preventive work. Collecting, processing and the documentation file. First aid.



5 basic maintenance of forestry facilities and equipment preventive maintenance of forestry machinery and facilities.

Workshop and repair of faults.

Sizing of a workshop. Equipment for a workshop.

Description, operation, care, and preparation.

Materials for repair and maintenance. Programming and review of workshop operations. Diagnosis of faults, repair procedures, checks, repairs.

Assessment and repair budgets. Safety and hygiene in repair and maintenance.

Storage and environmentally friendly workshop waste disposal systems.



6 human resources management management of the machinery, equipment, and facilities of the forestry-related staffing requirements. Assignment of work. Organization of work. Advice and supervision of staff.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the management of the machinery, equipment, and facilities of the logging, which will be credited by using one of the following ways:-academic education of level 2 (Spanish framework for higher education qualifications), engineer or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.