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Real Decree 1528 / 2011, Of 31 Of October, By Which Is Set Two Certificates Of Professionalism Of The Family Professional Image And Sound That Is Include In The Repertoire National Of Certificates Of Professionalism.

Original Language Title: Real Decreto 1528/2011, de 31 de octubre, por el que se establecen dos certificados de profesionalidad de la familia profesional Imagen y Sonido que se incluyen en el Repertorio Nacional de certificados de profesionalidad.

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Law 56/2003, of 16 December, of Employment, establishes, in its article 3, that it corresponds to the Government, on a proposal of the current Ministry of Labour and Immigration, and prior report of this Ministry to the Sectoral Conference of Employment and Industrial Affairs, the elaboration and approval of the regulatory provisions in relation to, among others, occupational and continuing vocational training in the State field, as well as the development of such management.

Article 26.1 of Law 56/2003 of 16 December 2003, following the amendment by Royal Decree-Law 3/2011 of 18 February 2011 of urgent measures for the improvement of employability and reform of policies In the field of employment, it is concerned with the vocational training subsystem for employment, in which, since the entry into force of Royal Decree 395/2007 of 23 March, which regulates it, the arrangements for vocational training in the field of employment have been integrated labour-training and continuing training. This subsystem, according to the legal provisions laid down in the Organic Law of the European Communities, of Qualifications and Vocational Training, will be carried out in the framework of the National System of Qualifications and Vocational Training. of the National Employment System.

For its part, the Organic Law of June 19, the Organic Law of 19, understands the National System of Qualifications and Vocational Training as the set of instruments and actions necessary to promote and develop the integration of offers of vocational training and the assessment and accreditation of professional skills. The main instruments of this System are the National Catalogue of Professional Qualifications and the procedure for recognition, evaluation, accreditation and registration of the same. Article 8 of the Organic Law of 19 June provides that certificates of professional competence prove the professional qualifications of those who have obtained them and that they will be issued by the competent administration, with a view to official and valid throughout the national territory. In addition, Article 10.1 indicates that the General Administration of the State, in accordance with the provisions of Article 149.1.30ª and 7th of the Constitution and after consulting the General Council of Vocational Training, shall determine the qualifications and certificates of professionalism, which shall constitute the offers of vocational training referred to in the National Catalogue of Professional Qualifications.

The National Catalogue of Professional Qualifications, according to Article 3.3 of Royal Decree 1128/2003 of 5 September, which regulates the National Catalogue of Professional Qualifications, in the wording given to the By the same token, Royal Decree 1416/2005 of 25 November provides the basis for drawing up the training offer leading to the acquisition of vocational training qualifications and certificates of professionalism and the modular training offer. the cumulative associated with a competition unit, as well as other training offers adapted to collectives with specific needs. In accordance with Article 8.5 of the same royal decree, the training offer of certificates of professionalism shall be in accordance with the minimum quality indicators and requirements which guarantee the fundamental aspects of a system. training, to be established by mutual agreement between the educational and labour administrations, after consultation of the General Council for Vocational Training.

Royal Decree 34/2008 of 18 January, governing certificates of professionalism as amended by Royal Decree 1675/2010 of 10 December 2010, defines the structure and content of certificates of professionalism, from the National Catalogue of Professional Qualifications and the guidelines laid down by the European Union, and establishes that the State Employment Service, with the collaboration of the National Focal Points, will develop and update certificates of professionalism, which will be approved by royal decree.

On the other hand, in the new wording of article 11.2 of the recast text of the Law of the Workers ' Statute, introduced by Royal Decree-Law 10/2011 of 26 August, of urgent measures for the promotion of employment Young people, the promotion of stability in employment and the maintenance of the programme of vocational retraining of people who wear out their unemployment protection, the new contract for training and apprenticeship is regulated in which it is establishes that the qualification or professional competence acquired through this new figure The contract shall be accredited through, inter alia, the certificate of professionalism or the cumulative partial certification.

In this regulatory framework it is appropriate for the Government to establish two certificates of professionalism of the professional family Image and Sound of the professional area of photographic Productions and which will be incorporated into the National Directory of certificates of professionalism by levels of professional qualification in the light of the professional competence required by the production activities, as set out in Article 4.4 and in Annex II to Royal Decree 1128/2003, previously cited.

In the process of drawing up this royal decree has issued report the General Council of Vocational Training, the General Council of the National Employment System and has been informed the Sectoral Conference of Employment and Labor.

In its virtue, on the proposal of the Minister of Labour and Immigration and after deliberation of the Council of Ministers at its meeting of 28 October 2011,

DISPONGO:

Article 1. Object and scope of application.

This royal decree aims to establish two certificates of professionalism of the professional family Image and Sound that are included in the National Directory of certificates of professionalism, regulated by the Royal Decree 34/2008, of 18 January, for which certificates of professionalism are regulated, as amended by Royal Decree 1675/2010 of 10 December.

Such certificates of professionalism are official and valid throughout the national territory and do not constitute a regulation of professional practice.

Article 2. Certificates of professionalism that are established.

The certificates of professionalism that are established correspond to the professional family Image and Sound and are the ones listed below, whose specifications are described in the annexes that are indicated:

Professional family: Image and Sound.

Annex I. Image lab production operations. Level 2.

Annex II. Production in the laboratory of image. Level 3.

Article 3. Structure and content.

The content of each professionalism certificate responds to the structure set out in the following sections:

(a) In paragraph I: Identification of the certificate of professionalism

(b) In paragraph II: Professional profile of the certificate of professionalism

(c) In paragraph III: Training of the certificate of professionalism

(d) In paragraph IV: Prescriptions of trainers

e) In paragraph V: Minimum requirements for spaces, facilities and equipment

Article 4. Requirements for access to the training of certificates of professionalism.

1. The competent labour administration shall be responsible for verifying that the trainees have the training and professional qualifications to take advantage of the training in accordance with the terms set out in

following paragraphs.

2. In order to qualify for the training of the training modules for certificates of professionalism in vocational qualification levels 2 and 3, students must meet one of the following requirements:

a) Be in possession of the Graduate Degree in Secondary Education Required for Level 2 or Bachelor's degree for Level 3.

b) Be in possession of a certificate of professionalism of the same level of the module or training modules and/or the certificate of professionalism to which you wish to access.

(c) Be in possession of a level 1 certificate of professionalism of the same family and professional area for level 2 or of a level 2 professionalism certificate of the same family and professional area for level 3.

d) Meet the academic requirement of access to mid-grade training cycles for level 2 or higher grade level 3, or have exceeded the corresponding access tests regulated by the administrations education.

e) Having passed the university access test for over 25 years and/or 45 years.

f) Having sufficient training or professional knowledge to enable training to be used.

Article 5. Trainers.

1. The requirements on training and professional experience for the delivery of certificates of professionalism are those set out in paragraph IV of each certificate of professionalism and must be complied with both in person and in person. distance.

2. In accordance with Article 13.3 of Royal Decree 34/2008 of 18 January, they may be recruited as experts for the provision of certain training modules specified in paragraph IV of each of the Annexes to the certificates of professionalism, qualified professionals with professional experience in the field of the unit of competence to which the module is associated.

3. In order to prove the required teaching competence, the trainer or expert must be in possession of the certificate of professionalism of occupational trainer or equivalent training in didactic training methodology for adults.

The requirement set out in the preceding paragraph will be exempt:

(a) Those who are in possession of the official university degrees of graduate in Pedagogy, Psychopedagogy or Master in any of their specialties, of a graduate degree in the field of the Psychology or Pedagogy, or an official postgraduate degree in the fields mentioned above.

b) Those who hold an official university degree other than those referred to in the preceding paragraph and who are also in possession of the Certificate of Pedagogical Aptitude or Professional Specialization Didactics and the Certificate of Pedagogical Qualification. In addition, the holders of the Master's Master's degree for the exercise of the regulated Professions of the compulsory secondary education and the secondary school, vocational training and the official schools of the Languages.

(c) Those who credit a proven teaching experience of at least 600 hours in the last seven years in vocational training for employment or the education system.

4. Trainers who provide distance training must have training and experience in this mode, in the use of information and communication technologies, as well as to meet the specific requirements set out for each of them. certificate of professionalism. To this end, the competent authorities shall develop specific programmes and actions for the training of these trainers.

Article 6. Contracts for training and learning.

The training inherent in contracts for training and apprenticeship shall be carried out, on the basis of alternance with paid employment, in the terms laid down in the regulatory development referred to in the Article 11.2 (d) of the recast of the Law of the Workers ' Statute, as drafted by Royal Decree-Law 10/2011 of 26 August, of urgent measures for the promotion of the employment of young people, the promotion of stability in employment and the maintenance of the programme for the retraining of people who have exhausted their unemployment protection.

Article 7. Distance learning.

1. Where the training module includes distance learning, it shall be carried out with didactic supports authorised by the competent labour administration to enable a system-based learning process for the participant to be met by the accessibility and design requirements for all and will necessarily be complemented with tutorial assistance.

2. Training modules which, in their entirety, are developed at a distance will require at least one final test of an in-person nature.

Article 8. Centers authorized for your partition.

1. Training centres and institutions which provide training leading to a certificate of professionalism must comply with the requirements of trainers and the minimum requirements for spaces, facilities and equipment. established in each of the training modules which constitute the certificate of professionalism.

2. The training inherent in the contracts for training and apprenticeship carried out under the scheme of alternance with paid employment shall be provided in the training centres of the network referred to in the fifth supplementary provision of the Organic Law of June 19, of the Qualifications and Vocational Training, previously recognized by the National Employment System.

Article 9. Correspondence with vocational training qualifications.

The accreditation of the units of competence obtained through the improvement of the professional modules of the vocational training qualifications will provide the effects of exemption from the module or training modules of the certificates of professionalism associated with those competition units set out in this royal decree.

Single additional disposition. Level of certificates of professionalism in the European Qualifications Framework.

Once the relationship between the national qualifications framework and the European qualifications framework is established, the corresponding level of professionalism certificates set out in this royal decree will be determined. within the European Qualifications Framework.

Single transient arrangement. Contracts for training in force.

The theoretical training of contracts for training agreed prior to the entry into force of Royal Decree-Law 10/2011 of 26 August, of urgent measures for the promotion of the employment of young people, the promotion of (a) stability in employment and the maintenance of the programme of vocational retraining of persons who have exhausted their unemployment protection shall be governed by the laws or regulations in force on the date on which they were concluded.

Final disposition first. Competence title.

This royal decree is dictated by the powers conferred on the State in Article 149.1.1., 7. and 30. of the Spanish Constitution, which attributes to the State exclusive competence for the regulation of the basic conditions guaranteeing the equality of all Spaniards in the exercise of rights and in the fulfilment of constitutional duties; labour law; and the regulation of conditions for obtaining, issuing and approving of academic and professional qualifications and basic standards for the development of Article 27 of the Constitution, in order to ensure compliance with the obligations of the public authorities in this field.

Final disposition second. Regulatory development.

The Minister of Labor and Immigration is authorized to dictate how many provisions are necessary for the development of this royal decree.

Final disposition third. Entry into force.

This royal decree will enter into force on the day following its publication in the "Official State Gazette".

Given in Madrid, on October 31, 2011.

JOHN CARLOS R.

The Minister of Labor and Immigration,

VALERIAN GOMEZ SANCHEZ

ANNEX I

I. IDENTIFICATION OF THE CERTIFICATE OF PROFESSIONALISM

Naming: Image Lab Production Operations

Code: IMST0110

Professional Family: Image and Sound

Professional area: Photo Productions

Professional qualification level: 2

Professional reference qualification:

IMS_435_2 Image Lab Production Operations (RD 1957/2009 of December 18)

Relationship of competency units that configure the certificate of professionalism:

UC1399_2: Perform the movie reveal processes.

UC1400_2: Perform the positivate and photographic printing processes.

UC0928_2: Digitalize and perform image processing using computer applications.

UC1401_1: Prepare and mount photographic products for final delivery.

General competition:

Perform processing and processing operations of exposed photosensitive materials and images in digital support, printing of copies by non-photochemical procedures, digitalization, generation and digital treatment of images, adjusting to established processes, procedures and times and to the customer's specifications, achieving the required quality and observing the regulations for the prevention of occupational risks and environmental management.

Professional Environment:

Professional scope:

Develops its professional activity in large, medium and small businesses, on its own or outside, dedicated to the development of films, photographic papers, photographs and digital treatment.

Productive Sectors:

Photo sector. Press and editorial. Film sector.

Occupations or related jobs:

8133.1044 Photo Lab Worker, in general

Photo Lab Operator.

8133.1033 Photo Redressing.

Digital photo toilet.

Copy Shooter.

Minilab operator.

Scanner technician.

Monter.

Duration of the associated training: 510 hours

Relationship of training modules and training units:

MF1399_2: Movie processing. (120 hours)

-UF1307: Revealed of photographic films. (90 hours)

-UF1308 (Transversal): Prevention of occupational and environmental risks in photographic laboratories. (30 hours)

MF1400_2: Positivate and photographic printing. (120 hours)

-UF1309: Colado and photographic printing. (90 hours)

-UF1308: (Transversal) Prevention of occupational and environmental risks in photographic laboratories. (30 hours)

MF0928_2 (Cross): Digital image processing. (190 hours)

-UF1210: Color management in the photo process. (60 hours)

-UF1211: Scanning and capturing photographic images. (40 hours)

-UF1212: Digital photo processing. (90 hours)

MF1401_1: Preparing and assembling photographic products for final delivery. (30 hours)

MP0279: Non-Labor Professional Practices Module of Image Lab Production Operations. (80 hours)

Linking with professional trainings:

Overcoming with positive evaluation of the training established in this certificate of professionalism makes it possible to obtain the qualification for the performance of the functions of prevention of occupational risks level basic, in accordance with Annex IV to the regulation of preventive services, approved by Royal Decree 39/1997 of 17 January.

II. PROFESSIONAL PROFILE OF THE CERTIFICATE OF PROFESSIONALISM

Competition Unit 1

Naming: PERFORMING THE MOVIE REVEAL PROCESSES

Level: 2

Code: UC1399_2

Professional realizations and realization criteria

RP1: Rate the customer's order to select the process of revealing the characteristics of the material to be processed, following the established procedures.

CR1.1 The technical characteristics of the receptive photosensitive material, specified by the manufacturer and/or client are identified from their characteristics:

-Color or black and white

-Sensitivity

-Format

-Type of processing

-Brand and type

-Emulsion

CR1.2 The physical state of the received photosensitive material is checked by taking appropriate steps to prevent future emulsion damage.

CR1.3 The correct interpretation of customer indications on the order allows you to select the most appropriate set procedure to obtain the requested result.

CR1.4 The photosensitive material to be disclosed is classified for specific processing and is entered on a technical tab according to the type of material (color or B/N), format, brand, emulsion and criteria established by the company.

RP2: Perform the first level maintenance of the equipment used in the film development process.

CR2.1 The tuning of the equipment is performed according to the procedures indicated by the manufacturer of the machines with the frequency established by the standards of the production center, to ensure the performance and desired quality.

CR2.2 The documentation of the machine is completed by recording the relevant data collected in the forms established by the company, and the periodic maintenance operations are carried out (cleaning of rollers, intermediate parts, curlers, among others).

CR2.3 The standards of safety at work and prevention of occupational risks are met with particular emphasis on the treatment of chemical waste to reduce the environmental impact.

RP3: Prepare film processing materials by applying appropriate techniques and according to established quality and safety procedures.

CR3.1 The chemical load is performed according to the procedures specified by the manufacturers of the processing machine and the chemical products as well as by the management of the company.

CR3.2 The parameters recommended by the manufacturers (temperature, pH, specific weight, among others) are checked before each test run, introducing reinforcement rate values per unit of surface to processing.

CR3.3 The films of formats not supported by the fast production circuit machines, as well as those with incidents (loose rolls of the coil or wet, among others) and those destined to cross-processes, manually load on the device that is most suitable for processing.

CR3.4 The films to be handled manually, are organized by type, developer and/or type of process specified in the order (chemical, special, forced, among others), for their manual treatment in investment tanks or immersion.

CR3.5 The stock of films and chemicals is controlled and guaranteed in optimal conditions of humidity, temperature and expiration.

CR3.6 The standards of safety at work and prevention of occupational risks are met with particular emphasis on the treatment of chemical waste to reduce the environmental impact.

RP4: Operate and control movie-release processes by applying established procedures and resolving possible contingencies.

CR4.1 The established process control strips are processed to ensure a correct process.

CR4.2 The disclosed process is monitored based on the possible machine-generated incident alarms for resolution.

CR4.3 The densitometric readings are performed and the results are processed to check the absence of defects, introducing corrective measures according to established procedures.

CR4.4 The disclosed films are directed towards the processes of obtaining positive copies or delivery to the customer (negative), or are transferred to assembly or enveloping (slides), according to the specifications of the order.

CR4.5 Production control documents are populated to facilitate the organization's internal organization and planning tasks.

CR4.6 The work safety and occupational safety and environmental protection standards in place are met.

RP5: Perform the processes of adaptation, improvement and final delivery of films by manual or processing procedures, applying standardized processes and quality control.

CR5.1 The films are subjected to the processes of reduction, intensification, bleaching, virado, among others, as advised by the established procedure of quality control or the specifications of the order.

CR5.2 The check of the absence of defects of the image is performed from the minute observation of the enlargement of the negative or positive image to proceed to its reproduction or, if necessary, later retouching by digital or manual procedures.

CR5.3 The films already processed or retouched, are inspected and transferred for distribution according to the specifications of the order.

CR5.4 The rules on safety at work and on the prevention of occupational and environmental risks in force are met.

Professional Context

Production media

Automatic and semi-automatic film processors. Densitometres. Time and temperature control instruments. Revealed tanks. Useful for measuring. Film packaging equipment. Chemicals for the development of the various processes. Color and B/N film of all formats.

Products and results

Photosensitive material revealed (negative color or black and white, slides). Test strips and densitometric curves.

Information used or generated

Material orders correctly specified. Technical manuals of the machines. Technical information of the chemicals. Specifications for photosensitive media. Instructions on quality controls. Verbal or written instructions from the head of the laboratory (production order, technical records). Customer indications. Specific safety and hygiene regulations at work. Specific rules on environmental management. Production tabs.

Competition Unit 2

Naming: PERFORM THE POSITIVATE AND PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTING PROCESSES.

Level: 2

Code: UC1400_2

Professional realizations and realization criteria

RP1: Receipt and interpret the order to determine the most appropriate positioning or printing process according to the established procedures.

CR1.1 The exact correspondence between the order form and the originals, as well as the execution priority, are examined in order to ensure an efficient workflow.

CR1.2 The digital file is opened to check its suitability for the characteristics of the order, proceeding to its adequacy, or if any, to statement of incidence of incompatibility.

CR1.3 The originals are examined with the appropriate lighting to determine the need for prior cleaning of their surfaces.

CR1.4 The material to be expanded and/or positioned or to be printed is recorded with correction, identifying its characteristics (negative/positive, digital support, paper/film, color/black and white), its format and its status.

CR1.5 The information required for proper identification of the characteristics of the positives and extensions (format, extension) is checked by checking their technical tab.

CR1.6 The materials are classified for further processing in the most suitable positivate or photographic printing systems according to their characteristics.

RP2: Prepare equipment and materials for the positivate and/or photographic printing of small, medium and large format, in quick printing or minilab, applying the appropriate techniques and according to the safety procedures set.

CR2.1 The chemical load is performed according to the procedures specified by the manufacturers of the processing machines and chemical products, as well as by the management of the company.

CR2.2 The pH values, and the specific weight of the solutions or other parameters recommended by the manufacturers, are checked before each test run, introducing reinforcement rate values per surface unit to process, then, the pull of a test patch, in order to ensure the perfect state of operation.

CR2.3 The load of the paper roll type and size is checked, to match the characteristics of the work range, optimize the productivity and reduce the decrease.

CR2.4 For the negative/positive color photochemical process, the load of the media is secured in the appropriate format type.

CR2.5 In printing on non-photochemical support (inkjet, water base, solvent or UVIJET screen, among others), the availability of the appropriate support is ensured according to the characteristics of the order, before to transfer the digital file to the specific print machine.

CR2.6 The stock of papers, inks and chemicals is controlled and guaranteed to be stored in optimal environmental conditions of humidity, temperature and according to their expiration dates.

RP3: Operate and control the positivate and/or photographic printing processes of small, medium and large format, in quick printing or minilab by applying established procedures and resolving possible contingencies.

CR3.1 The density and contrast of the original and its possible color dominant are measured or evaluated to select the appropriate color and contrast filtering, as well as to establish the base exposure time.

CR3.2 The exposed sensitive material is processed according to the processes proper to the black and white processes and type of paper or negative/positive color.

CR3.3 The chemical or printing process is performed, keeping the attention to the possible machine-generated incidence alarms to apply the established procedures according to the nature of the problem.

CR3.4 The failures detected in the process that are not possible to burst are communicated to the lab manager requesting their technical support.

CR3.5 The quality of the test and the photographic magnification are analyzed taking into consideration the color, the detail in the shadows and in the high lights, the depth and the grain.

CR3.6 The printed photosensitive material is trimmed and trimmed for packaging or to perform the assembly specified by the client.

CR3.7 Argentine black and white enlargements are subjected to virates, local downturns, or other precise treatments to meet the specifications of the order.

CR3.8 Work safety and occupational and environmental risk prevention standards in place are met.

RP4: Perform the positivate and manual extension of photographic documents using standardized processes, under security conditions.

CR4.1 The surfaces of the originals are cleaned with the appropriate elements, to ensure the best results and to ensure the physical and chemical integrity of the original.

CR4.2 The lighting produced by the amplifying machine is checked by the appropriate measuring device (either a luxometer or an amplifying photometer) to ensure its uniformity over the enlargement plane.

CR4.3 The lens of the extender machine provides the appropriate cover circle to the diagonal of the original format to be expanded and the cleaning of its optical surfaces is checked.

CR4.4 The extender machine conforms to the required scale of enlargement, checking the requested frames in the order, and the fine focus is performed.

CR4.5 The density and contrast of the original and its possible color dominant are measured or evaluated, in order to select the appropriate contrast and color filtering, as well as to establish the base exposure time.

CR4.6 The first test (control strips) is performed by following the established procedure.

CR4.7 Exposure or partial exposures, in the event of need to make reservations or burn, are performed after placement of sensitive material on the marginator.

CR4.8 The impressed material is maintained under suitable conditions (arrangement, lighting, humidity, temperature), for subsequent processing.

CR4.9 The exposed sensitive material is processed according to the procedures of the black and white processes and the type of paper or negative/positive color

CR4.10 The test result is evaluated under the established light conditions and the exposure and filtering time corrections are adjusted in order to effect the definitive extension.

CR4.11 Argentine black and white enlargements are subjected to virates, local downturns, or other treatments to meet the specifications of the order.

CR4.12 Safety at work and prevention of work and environmental risks standards in place are met.

RP5: Improve the quality of expanded or copied material and apply retouching techniques to defects found following standardized procedures.

CR5.1 The control of the positive development process, following the established procedures and taking into account the tolerance margins, allows to determine the possible failures or deviations of:

-The technical parameters (time, temperature, agitation).

-The transport systems of the material in process.

-The volume of the bathrooms.

-The electronic system of the machine.

-The contamination of the bathrooms.

CR5.2 The positive is verified with the appropriate light conditions, checking whether its technical and formal quality conforms to the specifications established to approve the work, or to repeat it with the corrections. required.

CR5.3 Approved extensions or prints, both black and white and in color, are replayed to suppress stripes, points, or other defects, applying precise stitch and retouching techniques, using the instruments (pencils, brushes, aerographs) and suitable materials (inks, watercolours).

CR5.4 The accompanying forms are populated, performing a last check of the task correction performed.

CR5.5 Work safety and occupational and environmental risk prevention standards in place are met.

RP6: Perform first-level maintenance of equipment used in the positivate and photographic printing.

CR6.1 The positioning of the positivate or photographic printing equipment of small, medium and large format, in fast printing equipment and in minilab, is carried out in accordance with the procedures indicated by the manufacturer of the apparatus and the frequency established by the rules of the company.

CR6.2 The documentation of the machine is completed by recording the relevant data collected in the forms established by the company, and the periodic maintenance operations are carried out (cleaning of rollers, intermediate parts, curlers, among others).

CR6.3 The standards of safety at work and prevention of required occupational hazards are met with particular emphasis on the treatment of chemical waste to reduce the environmental impact.

Professional Context

Production media

Amplifiers. Printers. Contact Press. Filters. Timers. Light box or negatoscope. Marginators. Tell them. Vacuum table. Color analyzers. Densitometer. Manual processing equipment and automatic paper processing equipment. Tweezers. Rubber gloves. Textile gloves. Chemical products of the different standardized and special processes. Negative, positive, and contacts. Test strips. Black and white film and/or color, negative, positive and reversible. Photosensitive black and white papers and color. Time, temperature and density control instruments. Masks for reserves and over-exposures. Security light. Locker room and security items.

Products and results

Tests, contacts, copies, and extensions on any media.

Information used or generated

Technical manuals for the machines. Information from the manufacturer of the material. Client instructions. Specifications for positivate media. Verbal or written instructions from the head of the laboratory (production order, technical records). Indications. Technical information of the chemicals. Specifications for photosensitive media. Instructions on quality controls. Safety and hygiene and environmental regulations.

Competition Unit 3

Naming: DIGITISING AND PERFORMING IMAGE PROCESSING USING COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Level: 2

Code: UC0928_2

Professional realizations and realization criteria

RP1: Check the originals, classifying and adapting them for further processing, taking into account the established production process, their technical characteristics and/or the model and the technical instructions of the work order.

CR1.1 The original reception is checked taking into account the technical specifications, the needs of the production process and/or the technical characteristics of the model.

CR1.2 The transparent, opaque and original printed transparencies are checked against the characteristics of the support, the good status of the originals and the value of the viability of reproduction.

CR1.3 The technical characteristics of the digital originals: color mode, color depth, size and others, are verified, modifying them according to the production process, the corresponding profiles of the equipment and of the corresponding print machines and the final media, following the instructions on the work order.

CR1.4 The originals are classified according to the type of support and the different processes to be performed on the defined workflow.

RP2: Perform color management maintenance on digitalizing devices and on monitors to maintain color consistency in the imaging process, according to the instructions techniques.

CR2.1 The calibration of the monitor is performed, following the guidelines established in the technical procedure, by means of specific application, determining the characteristics of luminance and its tolerance in the device, adjusting brightness and contrast, and prefixing the color temperature and gamma by observing under normalized conditions.

CR2.2 The characterization of the monitor is performed according to the guidelines established in the technical procedure, by means of the specific application module and the appropriate measuring instrument (screen colorimeter or spectrophotometer), storing the result obtained from a color profile on the operating system and keeping it active for the computer applications that are used.

CR2.3 The calibration of the digitizing devices is performed according to the guidelines established in the technical procedure, by means of the procedures established by the manufacturer through own patterns or wedges. and acting on software options that control them.

CR2.4 The characterization of the digitizer device is carried out according to the guidelines established in the technical procedure, using specific applications and digitalizing, under predetermined conditions, a color card or standard pattern developed.

RP3: Perform the scanning of images for further treatment, according to the product's technical specifications and defined quality standards.

CR3.1 The cleaning of the originals is done taking into account the needs of the support and the emulsion of the transparent and opaque originals.

CR3.2 The originals are prepared for digitalization by marking the frames, cuts, enlargement/reduction factor and other indications, taking into account the characteristics of the same, the capture equipment and the the technical characteristics of the product.

CR3.3 The maintenance, cleaning, and preparation of the digitizer device are performed appropriately according to the characteristics and type of the device, configuring all the parameters necessary for this purpose.

CR3.4 The color profiles of the images are selected based on the scanning device, the image support and the specified color space, depending on the needs of the production process.

CR3.5 The color control of the images is applied to the color spaces, the characteristic response of the digitizer device, and the treatment with respect to the image support and the color of the original.

CR3.6 The device parameters are configured by setting the frames, escalates, and resolutions according to the production sheet specifications and the needs of the production process.

CR3.7 The digital reproduction of the original is adapted to the technical specifications of production, using the tools and specific computer applications.

CR3.8 The digitized images are checked on screen to assess their quality by detecting the possible deviations of color, errors in the lights and shadows and other defects, valuing their composition and verifying that the digital original obtained is tailored to the job specifications.

CR3.9 The images are stored in the appropriate file format and are stored to be integrated into the preprint flow, in accordance with established quality recommendations and standards.

RP4: Perform the digital processing of images, using computer applications, to match them to the needs of the final product, adjusting to the technical specifications of the production process.

CR4.1 The preparation of the necessary equipment in the imaging process is performed by checking its calibration and the active color profile of the monitor.

CR4.2 The configuration of color management in computer imaging applications is performed taking into account the recommendations of manufacturers and standardization organizations, as well as the color flow established in the production process.

CR4.3 Color transformations are performed according to the color control rules set for the production flow.

CR4.4 The color corrections to the original are made by adjusting the quality according to the requirements of the final product.

CR4.5 Defects, impurities and unwanted elements are removed by retouching tools, improving the quality of the final product.

CR4.6 The definitive images are adapted to the technical characteristics of the medium or established medium: paper, web, multimedia or other media, and to the needs of the production process.

CR4.7 Definitive images are stored using the image format appropriate to the needs of the production process.

CR4.8 The correction of digital images of images is performed taking into account the indications given in the printed tests using the appropriate computer applications.

CR4.9 The possible quality control incidents are recorded in the corresponding control sheets.

RP5: Perform image photomontages using computer tools, to match them to the needs of the final product, adjusting to the model and/or technical specifications.

CR5.1 The images required to perform the photomontage are collected and classified taking into account the particularities of the assembly defined in the model and/or technical specifications.

CR5.2 The assembly is made with images that maintain among them appropriate qualities of harmony, naturalness and color balance.

CR5.3 The images that integrate the photomontage are technically valued and are specifically treated by adapting them to the required technical particularities.

CR5.4 Required masks and masks are performed by applying technical criteria according to the merging needs.

CR5.5 The merge is performed smoothly and imperceptible by removing the pronounced steps.

CR5.6 The photomontage file is stored using the image format appropriate to the needs of the production process.

RP6: Perform and treat vector graphic elements using computer applications to integrate them into the production process, adapting them to technical specifications.

CR6.1 The preparation of the required equipment in the vector drawing is performed by checking its calibration, and the active color profile of the monitor.

CR6.2 The configuration of color management in vector drawing computing applications is performed taking into account the recommendations of manufacturers and standardization organizations and the flow of control of the color established in the production process.

CR6.3 The values obtained in the color management configuration are set as the preferences of the application that you are working with.

CR6.4 Vector charts are performed, treated, and corrected by achieving the appropriate optimization for their reproduction.

CR6.5 The colors defined in the vector charts are checked and modified taking into account the established color flow and the limitations of the final playback device.

CR6.6 The color conversions of vector graphics are made by matching them to the color specifications set for the production flow.

CR6.7 The functionality of vector graphics is valued by checking the existence and accuracy of all component elements, as well as the availability of the fonts used.

CR6.8 The vector charts are stored in the appropriate file format for the production flow, verifying that they meet the established quality standards.

CR6.9 The quality of vector graphics is verified by intermediate color tests.

RP7: Get intermediate and final tests for the color and quality of the images, depending on the production process, applying the technical and quality specifications established and verifying their correct realization.

CR7.1 The cleaning and preparation of the test device is performed appropriately in compliance with the standards specified in the occupational risk prevention and environmental protection plan.

CR7.2 Machine settings, configuration, and calibration of the test device are performed according to established quality standards.

CR7.3 The choice of raw materials, supports and inks is performed according to the typology, quality and device of output, controlling through quality procedures the stability in the behavior and that the final result is the same.

CR7.4 The tests are obtained by launching the digital file with the appropriate printing parameters to the optimum output device according to the type, quality and objective of the test, according to the technical specifications. and end product needs.

CR7.5 The evidence obtained is verified by checking that they lack the technical failures of the printing process and that they contain all the control and recording elements necessary to assess the color and quality of the printing process. the image.

CR7.6 The evidence obtained is remitted for correction to the manager established in the production flow and/or customer in case of final testing.

Professional Context

Production media

Computer and local communications and extensive area communications (internal and external). Computer equipment. Digitizing devices. Test kits. Storage devices. Colour measurement and control devices: densitometer, colorimeter and spectrophotometer. Monitors. Capture devices. Calibrated and characterized test devices. Scanning software, image processing and vector drawing. Workflows, color control software, and check-up programs. Image banks and vector graphics. Raw materials for testing systems. Normalized light pupitre and mounting table. Useful and measuring instruments: rules, tipometer, storytellers. Stationery and stationery.

Products and results

Incidents of quality control. Digitized images. Framed images. Corrected images. Photomontages in digital support. Graphics, logos and vector products in digital support. Color tests, correction tests, and contract tests.

Information used or generated

Production order. Sheet of technical specifications. Information on the production process of the product. Established workflow and quality control. Check and check sheets. Customer-facilitated information: graphic product sketches, graphic product models, sample products, customer-facilitated product models, style book, and corporate identity manual. Libraries of specific colors or used in the job. Letters, ranges and colour catalogues. Paper catalogues or other media. Image catalogues and vector graphics. Technical process of characterization and calibration. Technical documentation of preprint teams, applications, and workflows. Quality standards and standards. Applicable ISO, UNE standards. Safety, health and environmental protection regulations.

Competition Unit 4

Naming: PREPARE AND MOUNT PHOTOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS FOR FINAL DELIVERY

Level: 1

Code: UC1401_1

Professional realizations and realization criteria

RP1: Perform the special finishes of the final photo product by applying standardized procedures.

CR1.1 The technique and material required for the final finish presentation are determined from the order proposal (customer-set demand).

CR1.2 Special finishes of the final product (textures, laminates, plasticized, among others) are performed using standardized techniques and procedures.

CR1.3 The quality of the result of the assembly and presentation is evaluated according to the established quality standards.

CR1.4 Product result and final presentation are checked and contrasted with order demand.

RP2: Perform the final presentation of the photographic product on the appropriate physical media by applying standardized procedures.

CR2.1 The technique and material required for the final presentation of the photographic product (framed, base support type "foam", wood, among others) are determined from the proposal of the order (established demand by the client).

CR2.2 The finishing and presentation (paspartus, frames, special supports, albums, fotolibros, among others) of the copies are made according to the client's indications applying standardized techniques and procedures.

CR2.3 The quality of the result of the assembly and final presentation are evaluated according to the established quality standards.

CR2.4 Product result and final presentation are checked and contrasted with order demand

RP3: Perform the final delivery operations of the photo product by securing the order's correspondence and starting the billing processes according to standardized procedures.

CR3.1 The final image support is cut with respect to the print margins or those set by the client.

CR3.2 The order presentation is performed based on the following procedure:

-The order is controlled and checked to match the order with the content that is referred to the customer.

-The images are placed in the envelope or in the appropriate wrapping for the preservation of the material in the standardized conditions.

-Additional digital support (CD, DVD, digital storage devices, or others) is introduced into the appropriate envelope or wrapper, along with the disclosed material (film or photographic paper copies).

-The packaging of the product is made in the most appropriate way for transport or dispatch.

-The end product is classified for later delivery or dispatch.

CR3.3 The correction of the final product presentation is evaluated according to the established standards.

CR3.4 The product is pre-billed and tagged with the order data and cost in a visible place, in order to facilitate classification, delivery to the customer and their administrative control.

Professional Context

Production media

Machinery and special materials for the finishing of the product (textures, laminates, plasticized, paspartus, frames, special supports or others). Shears, guillotines. Cuttings, protective sheets, packaging, envelopes. Digital files on multiple media

Products and results

Copies and extensions mounted on special supports (framed, foam support, wood, frames, paspartus, among others). Films, papers and computer media labelled. Products invoiced.

Information used or generated

Product technical documentation. Custom sheets. Rate table.

III. TRAINING OF THE CERTIFICATE OF PROFESSIONALISM

FORMATIVE MODULE 1

Naming: MOVIE PROCESSING

Code: MF1399_2

Professional qualification level: 2

Associated with the Competition Unit:

UC1399_2 Perform Movie Revealed Processes

Duration: 120 hours

FORMATIVE UNIT 1

Naming: PHOTOGRAPHIC FILM REVEALED

Code: UF1307

Duration: 90 hours

Competition reference: This training unit corresponds to RP1 and RP2, RP3, RP4, and RP5 except for occupational and environmental risk prevention

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Analyze the precise revealed processes according to the characteristics of the materials to be processed.

CE1.1 Relating the processes of photographic film development and the technical equipment involved by:

-The description of the distribution and layout of the facilities of an industrial and professional laboratory.

-The description of the different types of revealed processes for the processing of different types of film, distinguishing manual and automatic methods.

-The identification of the major media, equipment, products, and materials used in the film development process.

-The description of the organization of work for the different phases in the processing of films with manual and automatic systems and their relationship with production levels and productivity criteria.

CE1.2 Identify the different types of revealed processes and their phases by assessing the effect they produce on the various types of emulsion.

CE1.3 Describe the cause and effect relationship between the fundamental parameters of the process (temperature, concentration, time and agitation) and the possible modifications in the different processes (application of processes different from the one indicated by the manufacturer, alteration of the order of the phases, changes in the values of the parameters, changes in the formulas) and the results.

CE1.4 From a practical assumption of receipt of different photosensitive materials to reveal, properly characterized, they are identified and recorded in a technical tab:

-The type of emulsion (color or black and white, negative, positive, among others) and the physical state.

-The sensitivity of the emulsion.

-The format.

-The brand of the emulsion.

-The type of processing that corresponds to it.

-The need to apply a different process of development to the one indicated by the manufacturer.

-The need to alter the order of the phases of the process to be applied.

CE1.5 Rate the need for production tokens for the correct control of the internal distribution channels and processes of the various orders placed in the photographic laboratory.

C2: Apply techniques and procedures for the preparation and maintenance of equipment and materials for the process of film development.

CE2.1 From a properly characterized case of preparation of chemical baths that are used in the processing of different types of films:

-Make the calculation of the various dilutions/concentrations of each processing bath, according to the instructions of the tables of revealed and of machinery, handling with dexterity instruments of measurement of weight, volume, temperature, pH and density, among others.

-Prepare the different types of existing processing (black and white, C-41, E-6), depending on the equipment used, applying the methods and procedures for loading the processed chemicals or chemical baths according to the specifications of the respective manufacturers of the processing machines.

-Make adequate storage for the subsequent treatment of waste from the processing chemicals of the photosensitive materials.

CE2.2 From properly characterized case studies of films, perform the preparation of the photographic film processing equipment in quick circuit taking into account:

-The various components of automatic and semi-automatic machines as well as manual devices for the chemical processing of sensitive materials.

-The characteristics of the processing trains (vertical tanks, racks or rollers, among others), as well as those of the auxiliary elements specific or common to each machine.

-The means and mechanisms for placing, holding and dragging sensitive material in each type of processing machine.

-The check and adjustment of the parameters recommended by the manufacturers (temperature, pH, specific weight, among others), before each test run.

-The automatic or manual loading of the films into the device most suitable for processing.

CE2.3 Perform the first level maintenance operations of the photographic film processing equipment in quick and manual circuit, by applying the procedures (start-up, review, replacement) of filters, cleaning of rollers, intermediate parts, curlers, among others), indicated by the manufacturer, recording the performances in the documentation of the machine.

CE2.4 Describe the conservation characteristics of films and chemicals under optimal environmental conditions of humidity, temperature, safety and hygiene and according to their expiration dates.

C3: Perform photographic film development processes by solving contingencies and applying corrective treatments to achieve the required quality.

CE3.1 In case of practical cases, it is necessary to carry out the control of the parameters of the revealed, through the processing of control strips, their interpretation and the calibration for the correct development of the different processes photographic, applying corrective measures according to established procedures.

CE3.2 Perform the processing of sensitive materials to obtain the required results in different processes by distinguishing:

-The film classes to be processed.

-The test material.

-The different types of trains revealed.

-The proper disposal of materials in equipment.

-Chemical preparations (loading and dosing).

-The required settings of the parameters that determine the results (temperature, agitation, processing speed, time, replenishment, recycling, regeneration, frequency).

CE3.3 Apply the different programming possibilities offered by photosensitive material processing machines to match temperature, time, agitation and regeneration conditions to different processes.

CE3.4 Describe the processing procedures of sensitive materials in formats not supported by standardized rapid production machines, as well as with materials that present incidents (loose rolls of their coil, wet, or other failures).

CE3.5 From several cases of revealed perform the processing of different emulsions with manual methods, applying the sequences and control of the appropriate revealed conditions.

C4: Analyze the techniques of adapting and improving photographic films for final finishing under predetermined quality conditions.

CE4.1 Analyze disclosed materials to detect the faults and defects thereof and suggest possible methods of improvement by remedial or additional treatments.

CE4.2 Apply photographic film improvement processes (bleaching, reduction and intensified, among others) from the detection of their need.

CE4.3 Make the retouching of a negative or positive film (black and white or in color) to match it for copying or filming.

CE4.4 Describe the methods and systems of classification and packaging of processed materials for delivery along with the rest of each order.

Contents

1. Features of the film development laboratory

-Distribution of spaces:

▫ Dry zone.

▫ Wet zone.

-Environmental characteristics:

▫ Ventilation.

▫ Lighting.

▫ Climatization.

▫ Cleaning.

▫ Material storage and preservation.

2. Photographic sensitive materials

-Type of emulsion:

▫ Color or black and white.

▫ Negative.

▫ Positive.

-Features:

▫ Sensitivity of the emulsion.

▫ Format.

▫ Type of processing.

▫ Brand.

▫ Granulation.

▫ Nitidez.

-Technical sheets.

-Formats and packaging of the films.

3. Maintenance and control of film processing operations

-Puesta to the point of photographic film processing equipment.

-Regular maintenance operations:

▫ Review.

▫ Replacing filters.

▫ Roller cleaning.

▫ Intermediate parts.

▫ Scurlers.

▫ Other.

-Machine documentation:

▫ Data Log.

-Programming of processing machines.

-Conditions for the preservation of films and chemicals.

-Storage methods and procedures.

-Silver recovery systems.

4. Film processing

-Resources used in movie processing:

▫ Media.

▫ Teams.

▫ Products.

▫ Materials.

-Control and calibration scalps:

▫ Functionality and standardized corrective measures.

▫ Densitometric reading.

-Measurement instruments:

▫ Weight.

▫ Volume.

▫ Temperature.

▫ PH.

▫ Density.

-Manual systems for film processing:

▫ Formats not supported by standardized fast production machines.

▫ Materials that present incidents.

-Automatic systems for film processing.

-White and black and color revealed processes in negative and inversible films.

-Processed and revealed phases:

▫ Black and White.

▫ C-41.

▫ E-6.

-Chemicals used in film processing.

-Reveal effect curves and revealed tables.

-Preparation and mixing procedures for chemical solutions.

-Conditioning that influence the degree of revealed:

▫ Temperature.

▫ Time.

▫ Agitation.

▫ PH.

▫ Specific weight.

-Pollution of chemicals and relationship causes effect on processing.

-Incident alarms generated by the processing machines.

-Correction techniques and solutions.

-Workforms.

5. Variations in the revealed processes

-Variation of key processing parameters:

▫ Changes to time, temperature, concentration, agitation.

-Compensation techniques for the variation of the fundamental parameters of the processing.

-Interpretation of time-temperature factor curves.

-Possible modifications to the processes:

▫ Stating the order of phases.

▫ Changes to the formulas.

-Forced, subforced, reduction, and intensification techniques.

-Cross-processes.

6. Quality control techniques in the revealed

-Quality control in processes:

▫ Instruments.

▫ Accessories.

▫ Technical media.

▫ Usage modes.

-Identifying defects and correcting errors.

-Problems in the processing of silver images:

▫ Velados.

▫ Unevenly revealed.

▫ Marks by abrasion.

▫ Improper Manipulation.

▫ Irregular dry.

▫ Dobleces.

▫ Pollution.

7. Processing of the processed film

-Movie adequacy and improvement processes:

▫ Reductions.

▫ Intensification.

▫ Blank.

▫ Virado.

▫ Other.

-Final Movie Treatment:

▫ Assembly.

▫ Processed film envelope.

▫ E-6 slide framing.

FORMATIVE UNIT 2

Naming: PREVENTION OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS IN PHOTOGRAPHIC LABORATORIES

Code: UF1308

Duration: 30 hours

Competition reference: This training unit corresponds to RP2, RP3, RP4, and RP5 for occupational and environmental risk prevention.

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Analyze prevention and safety measures regarding the actions of the handling of installations and equipment, contained in the safety plans of companies in the sector.

CE1.1 Specify the aspects of prevention and safety regulations related to the risks arising from the handling of installations and equipment.

CE1.2 Identify and evaluate risk factors and associated risks.

CE1.3 Identify environmental protection requirements derived from actions with polluting products.

CE1.4 Describe the requirements of the work areas and the procedures for their preparation, determining the specific occupational risks and their corrective actions.

CE1.5 Analyze first aid requirements in different accident scenarios.

CE1.6 Define the rights and duties of the employee and the company in terms of prevention and safety.

C2: Apply the security plan by analyzing the company's prevention, safety, and environmental protection measures.

CE2.1 Apply preventive and corrective measures to the identified risks, including selection, conservation and correct use of individual and collective protective equipment.

CE2.2 Apply the action protocols to possible emergencies, such as:

-Identify people in charge of specific tasks.

-Report the disfunctions and the observed dangerous cases.

-Proceed to the evacuation of buildings according to established procedures, in case of emergency.

CE2.3 Adopt the basic sanitary measures, first aid techniques and the transfer of accidents in different accident scenarios.

C3: Identify application regulations to photographic laboratories in the field of environmental risk prevention.

CE3.1 Explain the effects of environmental contamination of the various chemical products used according to the processes, standard or special, and describe less polluting alternative products, as well as correct procedures Waste pipeline for proper disposal.

CE3.2 Relate the chemical products used for each of the operations of adequacy, improvement and final delivery with the corresponding environmental regulations in force, and recognize the possible degree of toxicity of the components chemicals and the means of protection to be applied during their use.

Contents

1. Safety and occupational health in photographic production

-Basic concepts about health and safety at work.

▫ Work and health.

▫ Professional risks.

▫ Risk Factors.

▫ Consequences and damages derived from the job.

▫ Basic regulatory framework for occupational risk prevention.

-General risks and their prevention.

▫ Risks linked to security conditions.

▫ Risks linked to the workbench.

▫ Risks derived from the workload.

▫ Elementary risk control systems.

▫ Collective and individual protection.

▫ Health control of workers.

-Specific risks and their prevention in the audiovisual sector.

▫ Risk Factors.

▫ Prevention and protection measures.

▫ Secure organization of the job.

-Basic risk prevention management elements.

▫ Public agencies related to health and safety at work.

▫ Organization of preventive work: "basic routines"

▫ Documentation: collection, processing, and file.

-Emergency and evacuation actuations:

▫ Accident types.

▫ Primary accident assessment.

▫ First aid.

▫ Socorism.

▫ Emergency situations.

▫ Emergency and evacuation plans.

▫ Emergency support information.

2. Prevention of occupational and environmental risks in the imaging laboratory

-Standards and recommendations for occupational risk prevention.

-Standards and recommendations for the prevention of environmental risks.

-Effects of environmental contamination of the various chemicals.

-Waste management:

▫ Waste treatment methods and procedures.

Methodological guidelines

Distance training:

Training Units

Formunity 2- UF1308.

Total duration in hours of the training units

N.

90

90

90

90

90

90

40

30

20

Sequence:

The training units for this module can be programmed independently.

Access criteria for students

They shall be those established in Article 4 of the Royal Decree governing the certificate of professionalism of the professional family to which this Annex accompanies.

FORMATIVE MODULE 2

Naming: POSITIVADO AND PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTING

Code: MF1400_2

Professional qualification level: 2

Associated with the Competition Unit:

UC1400_2 Perform the positivate and photographic printing processes.

Duration: 120 hours

FORMATIVE UNIT 1

Naming: COPYING AND PRINTING

Code: UF1309

Duration: 90 hours

Competition reference: This training unit corresponds to RP1 and RP2, RP3, RP4, RP5, and RP6 except for occupational and environmental risk prevention

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Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Analyze the positivate or photographic printing processes according to the characteristics of the materials to be processed.

CE1.1 From a given order, received on a form, identify, check and record on a technical tab:

-The exact correspondence between the order form and the originals attached.

-The nature of the material's support to be expanded: negative or positive film, silver or chromogen salts, ISO sensitivity and spectral awareness, brand, type and number of emulsion.

-The type of extension to be performed and the corresponding material.

-The type of process to perform, its phases, and its timing.

-The degree of cleanliness of the surfaces of the originals.

-The possible defects of the original, subsable or not by prior intervention on it.

CE1.2 Describe the technical specifications that allow the correct identification of the characteristics of the task of positivate, enlargement or impression to be performed on the original given.

CE1.3 Classify materials for processing or processing by ensuring the greatest efficiency in the workflow, accurately filling out the corresponding forms.

CE1.4 Recognize the signs and terminology used in a custom form that includes the work from original analog or digital files.

CE1.5 From default digital originals, detect and specify chromatic, contrast, gray balance, staining, or improper relationship between the input file size and the output requested in the corresponding form.

CE1.6 Compliment and interpret technical production sheets as well as the technical information used in the processes of revealing of papers and/or photographic printing determining the conditions and specifications of the processed.

CE1.7 Based on technical documentation and certain negatives/slides and digital files, identify:

-Original class (negative or positive film, format, nominal sensitivity, exposure index, brand, type, emulsion number, digital file, format and size).

-The type of positivate or extension to be performed.

-The type of processing or printing to perform.

-The density and contrast of the original and its possible color dominant.

-The defects and/or limitations of the original to be positioned or extended.

-The support class to use (photosensitive, inkjet, others).

-The class, brand, type, and emulsion number of the supporting paper to process.

-The corresponding test material (test strips).

-The format and form class to be filled in, registering incidents.

-Determine the need or not for the correction of digital files.

C2: Prepare the equipment and materials for the positivate or photographic printing by performing the first level maintenance operations, applying the appropriate techniques.

CE2.1 Identify the different standardized types of processing machines (low, medium and high production minilabs, Lambda or equivalent), as well as the common or specific auxiliary elements to the most common typologies of Positivator machines.

CE2.2 Describe and sequence the phases of the positivate processes of photosensitive materials in the standardized devices of positivate and processed in quick and manual circuit, relating them to the products of input and output in each of its phases.

CE2.3 Describe the characteristics and operation of the equipment, machines, tools and facilities of the positivate laboratory and the quick and manual processing.

CE2.4 Describe the aspects related to the maintenance of the first level (procedures for commissioning and turning off, revision, adaptation of the lens or optical system, cleaning of optical elements, pressure plates, alignment of CRT displays or laser heads, filter replacement, roller cleaning, intermediate parts, racks, or scurlers, among others).

CE2.5 Different types of positivate and processing (black and white, RA-4, inkjet), relating to the positivate equipment and the processing baths used in their case.

CE2.6 Identify procedures to be followed in the processing of positivate materials with formats not supported by fast production machines.

CE2.7 Identify the characteristics of the main chemical baths of each of the standardized and specific positivate processes.

CE2.8 Identify, in some practical cases, the composition and characteristics of the chemical components of a product of positive material processing relating to their storage and storage conditions, and Regeneration possibilities.

CE2.9 Describe the characteristics of the main types of inks, pigments and supports used in standard and specific non-photosensitive processes.

CE2.10 Describe the loading procedures of the processed chemical products or baths according to the specifications of the respective manufacturers of the processing machines.

CE2.11 From a practical case properly characterized, calculated and carried out the various dilutions and concentrations of the processing baths, according to the established procedures, handling with dexterity instruments measuring and carrying out the checks before each test is revealed and making the test of a test "patch" to ensure the perfect operation of the machine.

CE2.12 Identify the toxicity of chemical components and media derivatives by selecting the means of protection to be applied during handling.

CE2.13 Generate color profiles of digital file printers whether they are chemical or inkjet.

CE2.14 Perform print test to proceed to corresponding head alignment and cleaning of the same.

C3: Perform the positivate processes in automatic or semi-automatic systems by solving contingencies and applying corrective treatments to achieve the required quality.

CE3.1 Evaluate, under standardised observation conditions, the quality of copies, prints and duplicates, in black and white or in colour, performing the measurement and evaluation of the fundamental parameters (density, uniform approach in the whole plane, contrast, veil, and color balance).

CE3.2 From a practical case, duly characterized to evaluation with the originals, to determine possible chemical or physical errors of enlargement, positivate or printing related to:

-Technical parameters such as exposures, filtering, processing time, temperature and agitation.

-The transport systems of the material in process.

-The status and volume of the bathrooms.

-The electronic system of the machine.

CE3.3 Identify and differentiate digital files used for positioning and expanding photographs,

CE3.4 Identify the material and technical equipment to be used for the positivate and enlargement.

CE3.5 In different case studies, properly characterized, positivated and machine-processed for RA-4 system, inkjet printers-"inkjet"-, or others:

-Identify, among the different programs offered by the positivate machine and processed of photosensitive material, the appropriate one for each practical case.

-Check the parameters of temperature, time, agitation, density, pH and regeneration, and the suitability of the different baths to intervene in the process.

-Operate the charging and fixing systems for photosensitive materials.

-Operate the cartridge loading systems of inks or pigments, as well as those of the media for non-photochemical printing.

-Perform the processing of a test strip.

-Evaluate the results by taking into consideration the color, the detail in the shadows and the high lights and the grain, introducing the corrective measures according to procedures of the machinery.

-Perform a positivate and processed, or print, test, taking into account the possible incidence alarms of the machines.

C4: Perform, in characterized cases, the manual positivate processes and the application of special techniques according to the predetermined requirements.

CE4.1 To differentiate standardized types of amplifiers, taking into account the type of lighting provided by its head (capacitors, diffusion, cold light, dichroic filtering or anti-thermal filters, among others) and the influence on The Callier effect and the degree of contrast produced.

CE4.2 Differentiate the different types of objectives used in the amplers by linking them with their characteristics of coverage circle, optimal factor of enlargement, range of enlargement and apochromatic correction, among others.

CE4.3 Operate alternative expansion systems, using computer-aided systems, and printing by CRT screens or laser heads.

CE4.4 Describe the characteristics of test-pulling, contact presses, and marginators.

CE4.5 Identify the most common types of lighting (for exposure and safety), as well as their fundamental characteristics of color temperature, aging curve, visible spectrum, and degree of actinism.

CE4.6 From case studies conveniently characterized from different standardized copy printing procedures with non-photochemical systems, operating the programs of the printing machines, the load systems Ink cartridges or pigments and supports suitable for printing.

CE4.7 In different case studies properly characterized with manual expansion of color and black and white photographic copies:

-Clean the surfaces of the originals using the appropriate methods and materials, always ensuring the physical and chemical integrity of the originals.

-To match the degree of contrast of the paper used, the contrast of the original frame and the specifications of the order.

-For the color case, select the appropriate filter values to achieve the desired color balance, depending on the characteristics of the original and those of the order.

-Measure the illumination produced by the extender, making the necessary adjustments.

-Perform the appropriate framing to the order, making the fine approach.

-Perform the exposure test and reveal.

-Evaluate results and perform filtering, and exposure settings.

-Carry out the exposure, where appropriate, by applying the characteristics of the contract to wine, reserves, burns and other effects.

-Perform the revealed and evaluate the copy, taking corrective action if appropriate.

C5: Adecuate and improve, in case studies characterized, the expanded or copied material applying retouching or manual treatment techniques for presentation or final delivery in optimal conditions.

CE5.1 Identify instruments and retouching materials more employees in black and white and color (brushes, pencils, rotorers, aerographs, inks, pigments, dyes and auxiliary chemicals) relating to the different supports and materials to be retouched, depending on whether they are sensitive or other photochemical material, such as inkjet copies.

CE5.2 From properly characterized case studies where some color copies are presented:

-Determine defects and enhancement capabilities.

-Select and prepare the appropriate base material for the type of positive to be retouched.

-Select and prepare the appropriate instruments for the type of work to be performed.

-Perform the stitch and retouch corrections to obtain a correct definitive positive.

-Browse the resulting positive in suitable lighting conditions, for approval.

CE5.3 In practical cases, the treatment of positive tests by means of dyes or positive dyes in manual application is characterized.

CE5.4 Apply virates, local downturns, or other treatments to the black and white enlargements according to requirements of the practical assumption.

Contents

1. Characteristics of the photographic positivate laboratory

-Installations:

▫ Distribution of spaces (dry zone and wet zone).

▫ Environmental features (ventilation, lighting, air conditioning, cleaning, storage, material preservation)

-Standardized types of processing machines:

▫ Minilabs of low, medium, and high production.

▫ Lambda or equivalent.

▫ Auxiliary elements.

-Positivate process:

▫ Types.

▫ Phases.

▫ Input and output products.

▫ Teams.

-Material types:

▫ Negative or positive movie.

▫ Format and size.

▫ Sensitivity.

▫ Exposure Index.

▫ Emulsion.

▫ Test Material.

-Chemical components:

▫ Storage.

▫ Conservation.

-Work forms and technical tabs.

2. Positivate or extension by automatic or semi-automatic procedures in the photographic laboratory

-Application of digital capture and storage systems to photochemical enlargement processes or photographic printing.

▫ Lambda Positivators and the like.

-Minilab.

-The processors.

-Injection printers in medium and large formats.

-UVA printers and injection and the like.

-CRT screens and laser devices.

-Media for printing:

▫ Types.

▫ Features and compatibilities with inks, pigments, and adhesives.

-Types of inks:

▫ Colorants.

▫ Pigmentadas.

▫ UV.

▫ Sublimation.

▫ Other.

3. Photochemical positivate or extension by manual procedures

-Amplifiers and types:

▫ Condensers.

▫ Dichrohead (broadcast).

▫ Cold light.

▫ Point-in-time.

-Objectives for extension:

▫ Circu coverage.

▫ The optimal application factor.

▫ Application Gama.

▫ apochromatic correction.

-Expansion Accessories:

▫ Marginator.

▫ Focus Lupa.

▫ Timers

▫ Cizes.

-Manual copies processing:

▫ Printer machine programs.

▫ Ink cartridge loading systems or pigments.

-Washing machines, dryers and copy sheets.

4. Photosensitive papers and other photographic media

-Photosensitive papers:

▫ Plastified.

▫ Bariated.

▫ For transfers.

-Features:

▫ Surface.

▫ Base Coloration.

▫ Tone after processing.

-B/N photosensitive papers:

▫ Fixed contrast.

▫ Variable contrast.

▫ Pancromatics.

-Stay characteristics.

5. Positivate or photographic enlargement

-Optimal diaphragm approach and opening.

-Chemicals:

▫ Pollution of the toilets.

▫ Take Action Procedures.

▫ Capabilities.

▫ Exhaustion and discard exhaustion.

▫ Environment and solutions.

-Extension or positivate realization techniques.

-Local exposures and sub-exposures:

▫ Bullets.

▫ Reservations.

▫ Burns.

-Preveiled.

-Selective multiple film on variable contrast paper.

-Revealed:

▫ In two bathrooms.

▫ Local.

▫ Concentrate.

-Reduction.

-Copy processing:

▫ Baths.

▫ Hyposulfite removers.

▫ Washing.

▫ Secado.

▫ Retouch.

▫ Colorful.

-Virados.

-Application of physical retouching techniques about defects detected in copies.

6. First-level maintenance of positivate lab machines

-Start up and shutdown procedures.

-Review.

-Target or optical system's equation.

-Cleaning optical elements.

-Pressure plates.

-Alignment of CRT screens or laser heads.

-Replacing filters and residual tanks.

-Roller cleaning.

-Inkjet head cleaning and alignment.

-Racks.

-Scurlers.

FORMATIVE UNIT 2

Naming: PREVENTION OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS IN PHOTOGRAPHIC LABORATORIES

Code: UF1308

Duration: 30 hours

Competition reference: This training unit corresponds to RP3, RP4, RP5, and RP6 for occupational and environmental risk prevention.

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Analyze prevention and safety measures regarding the actions of the handling of installations and equipment, contained in the safety plans of companies in the sector.

CE1.1 Specify the aspects of prevention and safety regulations related to the risks arising from the handling of installations and equipment.

CE1.2 Identify and evaluate risk factors and associated risks.

CE1.3 Identify environmental protection requirements derived from actions with polluting products.

CE1.4 Describe the requirements of the work areas and the procedures for their preparation, determining the specific occupational risks and their corrective actions.

CE1.5 Analyze first aid requirements in different accident scenarios.

CE1.6 Define the rights and duties of the employee and the company in terms of prevention and safety.

C2: Apply the security plan by analyzing the company's prevention, safety, and environmental protection measures.

CE2.1 Apply preventive and corrective measures to the identified risks, including selection, conservation and correct use of individual and collective protective equipment.

CE2.2 Apply the action protocols to possible emergencies, such as:

-Identify people in charge of specific tasks.

-Report the disfunctions and the observed dangerous cases.

-Proceed to the evacuation of buildings according to established procedures, in case of emergency.

CE2.3 Adopt the basic sanitary measures, first aid techniques and the transfer of accidents in different accident scenarios.

C3: Identify application regulations to photographic laboratories in the field of environmental risk prevention.

CE3.1 Explain the effects of environmental contamination of the various chemical products used according to the processes, standard or special, and describe less polluting alternative products, as well as correct procedures Waste pipeline for proper disposal.

CE3.2 Relate the chemical products used for each of the operations of adequacy, improvement and final delivery with the corresponding environmental regulations in force, and recognize the possible degree of toxicity of the components chemicals and the means of protection to be applied during their use.

Contents

1. Safety and occupational health in photographic production

-Basic concepts about health and safety at work.

▫ Work and health.

▫ Professional risks.

▫ Risk Factors.

▫ Consequences and damages derived from the job.

▫ Basic regulatory framework for occupational risk prevention.

-General risks and their prevention.

▫ Risks linked to security conditions.

▫ Risks linked to the workbench.

▫ Risks derived from the workload.

▫ Elementary risk control systems.

▫ Collective and individual protection.

▫ Health control of workers.

-Specific risks and their prevention in the audiovisual sector.

▫ Risk Factors.

▫ Prevention and protection measures.

▫ Secure organization of the job.

-Basic risk prevention management elements.

▫ Public agencies related to health and safety at work.

▫ Organization of preventive work: "basic routines"

▫ Documentation: collection, processing, and file.

-Emergency and evacuation actuations:

▫ Accident types.

▫ Primary accident assessment.

▫ First aid.

▫ Socorism.

▫ Emergency situations.

▫ Emergency and evacuation plans.

▫ Emergency support information.

2. Prevention of occupational and environmental risks in the imaging laboratory

-Standards and recommendations for occupational risk prevention.

-Standards and recommendations for the prevention of environmental risks.

-Effects of environmental contamination of the various chemicals.

-Waste management:

▫ Waste treatment methods and procedures.

Methodological guidelines

Distance training:

Training Units

Formunity 2- UF1308.

Total duration in hours of the training units

N.

90

90

90

90

90

90

40

30

20

Sequence:

The training units for this module can be programmed independently.

Access criteria for pupils

They shall be those established in Article 4 of the Royal Decree governing the certificate of professionalism of the professional family to which this Annex accompanies.

FORMATIVE MODULE 3

Naming: TREATMENT OF DIGITAL IMAGES

Code: MF0928_2

Professional qualification level: 2

Associated with the Competition Unit:

UC0928_2 Digitalize and perform image processing using computer applications

Duration: 190 hours

FORMATIVE UNIT 1

Naming: COLOR MANAGEMENT IN THE PHOTO PROCESS.

Code: UF1210

Duration: 60 hours

Competition reference: This training unit corresponds to RP2 and RP7.

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Apply maintenance procedures and color management assurance in image scanning and treatment programs, simulating different production environments.

CE1.1 Describe the fundamentals of color and its perception and limitations regarding physical devices for capturing, viewing, and reproducing.

CE1.2 Know the UNE and ISO recommendations regarding color reproduction in the production process.

CE1.3 Prepare imaging and imaging equipment, bringing them to the optimal operating conditions according to the manufacturers ' recommendations and a technical color management procedure in the Devices given:

-Calibrate and characterize imaging and imaging devices using the available target methods, by means of appropriate instruments.

-Generate device print profiles using the appropriate applications.

-Configure your computer applications to properly manage profiles for different graphical environments.

CE1.4 Perform instrumental control measurements using colorimeters and spectrophotometers on equipment and materials provided and following given procedural instructions.

CE1.5 Configure color management of computer applications, taking into account the color flow set in a given production order.

C2: Develop intermediate and final images of the images, using the appropriate output devices and verifying their quality and accuracy.

CE2.1 Describe the fundamentals of color and its perception and limitations with respect to physical reproduction devices.

CE2.2 Know the UNE and ISO recommendations regarding color reproduction in the production process.

CE2.3 Identify the calibration process for test devices.

CE2.4 Detailed the elements and instruments required for the quality control of the tests.

CE2.5 Calibrate test-generating devices so that stability is achieved in the response of the test device and ensures the repeatability of the results obtained for each configuration.

CE2.6 Perform quality control over the test device by properly employing the wedges (patterns) and the required measuring instrument (densitometer or spectrophotometer).

CE2.7 Interpret production orders properly characterized by identifying the final print process and its characteristics.

CE2.8 Perform tests, applying the appropriate guidelines to obtain the most faithful emulations possible to the final reproduction conditions.

CE2.9 Perform tests, using the optimal testing device based on the type, quality, and objective of the test specified in the given production order.

CE2.10 Cotejar digital files with evidence obtained, valuing their agreement and accuracy.

CE2.11 Value tests by checking that they lack failures and that they meet the minimum quality guidelines set for the device.

CE2.12 Check the quality of evidence obtained by means of the recording elements and the required measuring instrument (densitometer or spectrophotometer).

CE2.13 Check the characteristics and quality of the raw materials used, valuing their use according to the type of test to be obtained.

Contents

1. Color reproduction

-Human visual system:

▫ Color Perception Phenomena.

-Interpretation of color.

-Chromatic spaces and color models.

-Color sorting systems:

▫ Letters.

▫ Color libraries.

-Color reproduction techniques:

▫ Lineature.

▫ Angulation.

▫ point-ups.

▫ Frame point training.

▫ Trapper techniques.

2. Color management maintenance procedures

-Color management:

▫ Systems.

▫ Operation.

▫ Components.

▫ Configuration in computer applications.

-Administering color on operating systems and on different applications.

-Workflows for color management.

-Quality control and measurement instruments:

▫ Densitometers.

▫ Colorimeters.

▫ Spectrophotometers.

-Calibration and generation of monitor profiles:

▫ Luminance.

▫ Brillo.

▫ Contrast.

▫ Color temperature.

▫ Gamma.

▫ Values ΔE

▫ Validation of the profile.

-Quality measurements of chromatic values in color management procedures.

-Recommendations for color specification and management:

▫ UNE and ISO standards.

-normalized light:

▫ UNE and ISO standards.

▫ Temperature.

▫ Quality of Light.

▫ Light Intensity.

▫ Environment.

3. Testing in preprint

-Test Types:

▫ Position.

▫ Correction.

▫ Color.

▫ Taxation.

-Test systems:

▫ Types and features.

-Screen color tests:

▫ Display conditions.

▫ Colors out of range reproducible.

▫ Setting the colors according to their preview.

▫ Comparison between printed image and screen image.

-Calibration and profiling of test systems.

-Test quality control in preprint:

▫ Control elements.

▫ Tiras and control patches.

▫ Log items.

▫ Escalations.

-Densitometric and colorimetric measurements.

-Rules and recommendations for getting tests (UNE and ISO).

-Print systems.

-Trapper characteristics:

▫ Lineature.

▫ Plot Angles.

▫ Frame point training.

▫ Percentage.

-Trapper techniques:

▫ Conventional.

▫ Irrational.

▫ Stocastics.

▫ Hybrid.

FORMATIVE UNIT 2

Naming: SCANNING AND CAPTURING PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES.

Code: UF1211

Duration: 40 hours

Competition reference: This training unit corresponds to RP1 and RP3.

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Perform pre-digital treatment preparation operations, classifying them by adapting them according to their characteristics, and considering the instructions for a production order.

CE1.1 Recognize the signs and terminology used in a given production order.

CE1.2 From a production order that is made easier to recognize the printing system, the printer-like system, and the workflow.

CE1.3 From a photo project and a production order, in some originals on different media:

-Check the good status of the originals.

-Rate the viability of digital reproduction or treatment.

-Classify the originals according to the media: transparent, opaque, and printed originals.

CE1.4 Given digital originals and taking into account instructions given in relation to the production process, test kits and corresponding profiles, adapt the following characteristics:

-Color mode.

-Resolution.

-Color depth.

-File format type: tiff, jpg, raw, dng, pdf, eps among others.

-Digital image dimensions.

C2: Operate with computers and computer applications in digital imaging and digital imaging processes.

CE2.1 Relating and sequencing the different phases of imaging and imaging processes in particular graphical projects.

CE2.2 Recognize and describe the characteristics and operation of different imaging and imaging equipment.

CE2.3 Identify and describe the characteristics and capabilities of the different imaging and imaging applications.

CE2.4 Determine the necessary imaging and imaging equipment and imaging applications, based on the given technical specifications.

CE2.5 From a Photo Project and Customer Specifications:

-Operate with imaging and imaging equipment with skill and skill.

-Handle the IT applications of scanning and imaging with sufficiency and agility

CE2.6 Describe the options and parameters of scanning programs.

C3: Digitalize images by applying the technical criteria according to the needs of different products provided and the reproduction processes thereof.

CE3.1 Identify different types of originals by describing their characteristics.

CE3.2 Explain the reproduction needs of the different types of originals: original line, grayscale, color, and vector.

CE3.3 Describe the characteristics of digital images.

CE3.4 Explain the characteristics of file formats used for the export and storage of digital data in the scanning and imaging processes.

CE3.5 Recognize and determine defects and anomalies in the original provided.

CE3.6 From technical specifications and original given:

-Review the quality of images to be digitized.

-Identify and separate the originals based on analog (opaque or transparent) and digital support.

-Identify and separate the originals based on their subsequent playback, by file format (bitmap or vector) and mode (line, grayscale, or color).

-Determine the originals that will require treatment for quality reasons or job specifications.

-Specify/Identify the originals that will conform to the photo mounts.

-Determine the necessary computers and computer applications.

CE3.7 From technical specifications and given originals:

-Clean and dispose of the originals on scanning support.

-Calculate the size and resolution of digitalization based on the reproduction and the technologies of obtaining the printer form.

-Configure the scanning program parameters, considering the characteristics of the original and the final product you want to obtain.

-Select the color profiles set in the technical specifications.

-Perform the appropriate framing to the technical specifications.

-Set the parameters for color correction in the scanning process by improving the color of the original images.

-Digitalize the images.

-Store images using the appropriate file format depending on the output media set.

Contents

1. Preparation of photographic originals.

-Original types:

▫ Classification.

▫ Features.

-Image libraries.

-Technical evaluation of the image.

-Image marking techniques.

-Digital file settings:

▫ Color mode.

▫ Dimensions.

▫ Resolution.

▫ Color depth.

▫ Extension.

▫ Size.

2. Image scanning.

-Image capture principles:

▫ Fotomultiplier.

▫ Bayer Mask.

▫ CMOS.

▫ CCD.

▫ Other sensors.

-Image capture features:

▫ Threshold.

▫ Optical Density.

▫ Dynamic range.

▫ Color depth.

▫ Interpolation.

-Resolution:

▫ Concept.

▫ Needs.

▫ Calculation.

▫ Application.

-Types of scanners and operation.

-Principles, features and handling of scanning applications.

-Configuring color management in scanning applications.

-Image correction and adjustment techniques in capture and scanning.

-Image quality:

▫ Color depth.

▫ White tuning.

▫ Color Gama.

▫ Contrast in high lights and shadows.

▫ Media tones.

FORMATIVE UNIT 3

Naming: DIGITAL PHOTO PROCESSING.

Code: UF1212

Duration: 90 hours

Competition reference: This training unit corresponds to RP4, RP5, and RP6.

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: digitally treat images using computer applications, optimizing them based on the end product, the medium or established support, and given technical instructions.

CE1.1 Describe the features and limitations of the images provided based on the characteristics of their format.

CE1.2 From technical specifications and digital originals given:

-Modify resolution/size using image processing applications while maintaining the required quality based on the end product.

-Perform the frames indicated in the technical specifications by using image processing applications.

-Perform image profiling by following the criteria set in the technical specifications.

-Store digital images in file format suitable for production processing.

CE1.3 From digital photographic originals provided, detect and specify chromatic errors: dominant, gray balance, or others.

CE1.4 From technical specifications and given digital originals, perform color correction of images using image processing applications:

-Checking the range of tones.

-Adjusting the light and shadow settings.

-Adjusting the tone media.

-Removing color dominant.

-Balance the colors.

-Adjusting the dimensions and resolution for the output.

-Focusing the images as they require it.

-Administering color according to output.

CE1.5 From the technical specifications and the digital originals provided, perform the retouching of the images using image processing applications:

-Removing the impurities of the scanning process.

-Replaying the damaged parts of the images.

-Removing the items indicated in the technical specifications.

-Alarming or replacing funds.

C2: Perform image mounts using computer applications by getting soft and imperceptible merges.

CE2.1 Describe the color configuration process for photomontage applications.

CE2.2 Drill down digital imaging techniques.

CE2.3 From a given image characterized by its balance of color, harmony and naturalness, and according to the previous indications and sketches provided, the assembly of the same taking into account the next

operations:

-Select the most appropriate images to use in the mount.

-Prepare the selected images by calculating the dimensions, resolutions, and frames required for the photomontage.

-Adjust the color profiles and modes of the selected images to the given color flow.

-Choose the appropriate file format by keeping the maximum information for the subsequent mount.

-Perform the necessary retouches on the chosen images, considering the final assembly.

-Make masks and cuts on the selected images, taking into account the final assembly.

-Mounting the images according to the previous indications and sketches provided.

-Perform the adjustment of lights and shadows required to obtain an imperceptible merge.

-Adjust the color of images to achieve uniform photomontage chromaticity.

-Archive it in the format most appropriate to the job features.

CE2.4 From a sketch, perform the overlap/merge of two images:

-Perform the required frames to fit the sketch.

-Adjust the size and resolution of the images, adapting them to the final mount.

-Rate the optimal layout of the images to achieve a soft and imperceptible melt.

-Generate the required masks to merge the images.

-Merge the images using the appropriate tools to hide the photomontage.

-Match the lights and shadows of the images.

-Adjust the color of the images in the mount.

C3: Perform and modify vector graphics using computer applications, adapting them to the final product and the production process.

CE3.1 Describe the characteristics of vector graphics.

CE3.2 Define the features and limitations of file formats for vector graphics.

CE3.3 Perform vector graphics using vector drawing applications, based on provided sketches.

CE3.4 Play vector graphics using vector drawing applications, starting with bitmap originals.

CE3.5 Modify vector graphics by optimizing them for playback based on the technical specifications of properly characterized graphical projects.

CE3.6 Rate the adequacy of vector graphics, checking that the color definition is adapted to the color specifications defined in the technical specifications provided.

CE3.7 Value vector graphics functionality, checking the existence and accuracy of all component elements, following the technical specifications and sketches provided.

CE3.8 Store vector drawings in the appropriate file format for a defined production flow.

Contents

1. Image retouching using computer applications.

-Features of the digital image.

-Resolution and interpolation limitations.

-Adjustments:

▫ Contrast.

▫ Balance of gray.

▫ Color balancing.

▫ Brillo.

▫ Saturation.

-Filters:

▫ Destrated.

▫ Approaching/blur.

-Effects:

▫ Retouches.

▫ Degraded.

▫ Fundidos.

▫ Calates.

-Image file formats:

▫ Features and application.

▫ Compression principles and algorithms.

-Image digital treatment applications:

▫ Principles.

▫ Features.

▫ Handling.

-Configuring color management in digital image processing applications.

-Selection and masking techniques.

-Color correction techniques and tools.

-Photo retouching methods and tools.

2. Digital image assembly.

-Preparing images:

▫ Selection of images.

▫ Dimensions, resolution, and frame calculations.

▫ Settings for color modes and profiles.

-Image digital mount techniques:

▫ Masks and Cuts.

▫ Image merge.

▫ Lights and Shades.

▫ Final color adjustment.

3. Vector graphics

-Characteristics of vector charts.

-Curves Beziers:

▫ Features.

▫ Behavior.

-Procedures for vector drawing:

▫ Realization of charts.

-Vector drawing applications:

▫ Principles.

▫ Features.

▫ Handling.

-Configuring color management in vector drawing applications:

▫ Configuration settings.

-Color conversion to vector graphics.

-Vector file formats:

▫ Features and application.

-Quality verification:

▫ Intermediate color tests.

▫ Screen tests.

▫ Color tests.

Methodological guidelines

Distance training:

Training Units

UF1211.

Total duration in hours of the training units

N.

60

60

60

60

60

60

60

60

60

30

40

20

Unit 3-UF1212.

90

30

Sequence:

The formative units in this module must be scheduled following the set sequence.

Access criteria for pupils

They shall be those established in Article 4 of the Royal Decree governing the certificate of professionalism of the professional family to which this Annex accompanies.

FORMATIVE MODULE 4

Naming: PHOTOGRAPHIC PRODUCT PREPARATION AND ASSEMBLY FOR FINAL DELIVERY

Code: MF1401_1

Professional qualification level: 1

Associated with the Competition Unit:

UC1401_1: Prepare and mount photographic products for final delivery.

Duration: 30 hours

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Rate the possible special finishes of copies and extensions, in case studies, according to predetermined criteria.

CE1.1 Describe the different standardized types of special finishes of the copies and extensions: textures, laminates, plasticized, among others.

CE1.2 Identify and interpret, from a given example, special finishing requirements from an order proposal (possible customer-set demand).

CE1.3 Perform, in practical scenarios, the special finishes of the final product (textures, laminates, plasticized, among others) applying standardized techniques and procedures.

C2: Perform photo product fixation procedures on default physical media.

CE2.1 Analyze the different materials used to perform the special finishes and their fixation between the photographic image and the support.

CE2.2 Describe the techniques and processes of fixing the photographic product on the given physical media.

CE2.3 Perform, in a practical case, the procedure for fixing the photographic product in the corresponding support (paspartus, frames, special supports of the copies, albums, among others) applying techniques and procedures standardized.

CE2.4 Cut the final image support while respecting the print margins or those set in the case characterization.

CE2.5 Confectioning photolibros made on chemical photographic paper.

C3: Apply standardized presentation systems to different photographic products.

CE3.1 Describe the different existing systems for presentation and delivery of photographic products.

CE3.2 In duly characterised practical cases, perform the final presentation operations of photographic products with requirements that are appropriately characterised in accordance with the following procedure:

-The order is controlled and checked to match the requirements of the job with the finished content that is delivered.

-The original negative or positive images and films are placed in the envelope or in the appropriate envelope for the preservation of the material under standardized conditions.

-Additional digital support (CD, DVD, digital storage devices, or others) is introduced into the appropriate envelope or wrapper, along with the disclosed material (film or photographic paper copies).

-The packaging of the product is performed in the most appropriate way for an alleged transport or expedition.

CE3.3 Evaluate, in duly characterized cases, the quality of the assembly and the final presentation of the product according to the established quality standards, carrying out its correction if necessary.

CE3.4 Check and contrast, based on a custom proposal, the result of the product and its final presentation, regarding the requirements contained in the practical case.

CE3.5 To analyze, from given examples, the pre-billing and labeling systems of the photographic product, in order to facilitate their classification, delivery or expedition, taking into account the data of the order, the cost and the visible place of the labeling

Contents

1. Finishing copies and extensions

-Typology of special copies and extensions

▫ Textures.

▫ Laminates.

▫ Plastified.

-Finish realization techniques

▫ Paspartus.

▫ Albines and photolooks.

▫ Mark.

-Special media:

▫ Maderas.

▫ Plastics.

▫ Tiles.

▫ Porcelanas.

▫ Other.

2. Product fixation on physical media

-Product fixation procedures and techniques on a physical media.

-Special finishes technical equipment:

▫ Features.

▫ Operating rules.

▫ Manipulation.

▫ Conservation and maintenance.

-Image end-support cutting techniques.

-Digital album binding systems.

-Sublimation techniques.

▫ Transfer of images to special media (ceramics and textiles)

3. Presentation and delivery of photographic orders

-Conditions for the presentation and delivery of photographic products:

▫ Control.

▫ Contrast.

▫ Order checking.

-Photo-product enveloping techniques:

▫ Copies.

▫ Movies.

▫ Computer Media.

-Quality standards in the final product presentation.

-Pricing systems, pre-billing, labelling and preparation for delivery or delivery of the final product.

Methodological guidelines

Distance training:

Formative Module

Number of total hours of the module

N, maximum hours susceptible

distance

Formative Module-MF1401_1

30

10

Code: MP0279

Duration: 80 hours

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Perform the process of developing photographic films by solving contingencies and applying corrective treatments to achieve the required quality.

CE1.1 Help prepare photo film processing equipment.

CE1.2 Contribute to the first level maintenance operations of photo film processing equipment.

CE1.3 Collaborate in the conservation of films and chemicals in optimal environmental conditions of humidity, temperature, safety and hygiene and according to their expiration dates.

CE1.4 Assist in the processing of emulsions by applying the sequences and control of the appropriate revealed conditions.

C2: Perform the positivate processes in automatic or semi-automatic systems by solving contingencies and applying corrective treatments to achieve the required quality.

CE2.1 Participate in the classification of materials for processing or processing, filling in the corresponding forms.

CE2.2 Collaborate on the completion and interpretation of production data sheets as well as the technical information used in the processes of paper and/or printing.

CE2.3 Help prepare the equipment and materials needed for the positivate or photographic printing.

CE2.4 Collaborate on the evaluation of the quality of copies, prints and duplicates, in black and white or in color.

CE2.5 Participate in performing test strip processing.

CE2.6 Assist in the final presentation operations of photo products.

C3: Digitalize and treat images by using computer applications.

CE3.1 Assist in configuring the scanning program parameters.

CE3.2 Collaborate in selecting color profiles.

CE3.3 Help perform appropriate framing.

CE3.4 Collaborate on storing images using the appropriate file format.

CE3.5 Participate in the realization of color correction and image retouching using image processing applications.

CE3.6 Collaborate on performing quality control over the test device.

C4: Perform vector graphics and image mounts using computer applications.

CE4.1 Collaborate on preparing selected images for photomontage.

CE4.2 Help perform the necessary retouches on the selected images.

CE4.3 Assist in mounting the images according to the provided indications and sketches.

CE4.4 Participate in making light, shadow, and color settings.

CE4.5 Collaborate in the mount file in the most appropriate format.

CE4.6 Assist in modifying vector graphics by optimizing them for playback.

C5: Participate in the business processes of the company, following the rules and instructions set out in the work center.

CE5.1 Behave responsibly in both human relationships and the jobs to be performed.

CE5.2 Respect the procedures and rules of the work center.

CE5.3 Diligently undertake the tasks according to the instructions received, trying to bring them into line with the work rate of the company.

CE5.4 Integrate into the production processes of the job center.

CE5.5 Use the established communication channels.

CE5.6 To respect at all times the measures of risk prevention, occupational health and environmental protection.

Contents

1. Photographic film revealed

-Processed and revealed phases.

-Fulfillment of work forms.

-Quality control in the processed.

-Identifying defects and correcting errors.

-Final treatment.

2. Positioning and printing of photographic films

-Realization of the extension or positivate.

-Processing of copies.

-Physical touch.

3. Presentation and delivery of photographic orders

-Application in the presentation and delivery of photographic products of the established conditions.

-Enveloping photo products.

-Quality in the final product presentation.

-Tarification, pre-billing, labelling and preparation for delivery or dispatch of the final product.

4. Digital image scanning and treatment.

-Configuring color administration.

-Capture and digitalization.

-Correction and adjustment of the image.

-Managing image digital treatment applications.

-Perform the photographic retouches with the appropriate tools and methods.

-Quality verification tests.

5. Image assembly and vector graphics realization.

-Fit image size and resolution.

-Digital mount of images.

-Fusion and image mount.

-Adjustment of lights and shadows.

-Final color adjustment.

-Realization of vector graphics.

-Color transformations in vector graphics.

6. Integration and communication in the workplace

-Responsible behavior in the job center.

-Respect to the procedures and rules of the work center.

-Interpreting and diligently performing the instructions received.

-Recognition of the organization's production process.

-Using the communication channels set in the job center.

-Adequation to the company's work rate.

-Tracking the regulations for risk prevention, occupational health and environmental protection.

IV. PRESCRIPTIONS OF TRAINERS

Modules

Required Accreditation

Professional experience required in the scope of the competency

With accreditation

No accreditation

MF1399_2:

Movie Processing

-Licensed, engineer, architect, or corresponding degree title or other equivalent titles.

-Diplomate, technical engineer, technical architect, or degree degree corresponding or other equivalent titles

-Higher Technical Family of Image and Sound

-Certificate of professionalism level 3 of the professional area of photographic production of the professional image and sound family

1 year

3 years

MF1400_2:

Positivate and Photo Print

-Licentiate, engineer, architect or corresponding degree of degree or other equivalent titles.

-Diplomate, technical engineer, technical architect or corresponding degree of degree or other equivalent titles

-Superior Technical of the Image and sound professional family

-Professional level 3 certificate of professional photographic production area of the professional image and sound family

1 year

3 years

MF0928 _2:

Digital Image Treatment

-Licensed, engineer, architect, or corresponding degree title or other titles equivalent.

-Diplomate, technical engineer, technical architect or corresponding degree title or other equivalent titles

-Senior Technical Family of the Image and sound

-Professional level 3 certificate of professional photographic production area of the professional image and sound family

1 year

3 years

MF1401_1:

Preparing and mounting photographic products for final delivery

-Licensed, engineer, architect, or degree title corresponding or other equivalent titles.

-Diplomate, technical engineer, technical architect or corresponding degree title or other equivalent titles

-Superior Technician the professional image and sound family

- Certificate of professionalism level 3 of professional photographic production area of the professional image and sound family

1 year

3 years

V. MINIMUM SPACES, FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

photochemical lab

Forming Space

Surface m2

15 pupils

Surface m2

25 pupils

Classroom

45

120

120

30

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Forming Space

M1

M2

M3

X

X

X

X

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X

X

Workshop

Forming Space

Equipment

Classroom.

-Audio-visual equipment.

-network-installed PCs, projection canon, and internet.

-Specialty-specific software.

-Pizars to write with marker.

- Flip-chart.

-Classroom material.

-Table and chair for trainer.

-Messes and chairs for students

-Processors.

-Time and Temperature Control Instruments.

-Tanks of revealed.

-Measure Utiles.

-Products

-Color and b/n films in different formats.

-Amplifiers.

-Printers.

- Color Analyses.

-Test Tras.

-Costume and security items

Workshop.

-Capture devices.

- Digitizer devices.

-Color measurement and control devices.

-Print devices.

-normalized light.

It should not be interpreted that the various identified learning spaces should necessarily be differentiated by closure.

The facilities and equipment must comply with the relevant industrial and sanitary sanitary regulations and respond to the universal accessibility and safety measures of the participants.

The number of units to be provided with the tools, machines and tools specified in the training spaces will be sufficient for a minimum of 15 students and must be increased, in their case, to attend to the top number.

In the event that the training is addressed to persons with disabilities, the adaptations and reasonable adjustments will be made to ensure their participation in equal conditions.

ANNEX II

I. IDENTIFICATION OF THE CERTIFICATE OF PROFESSIONALISM

Naming: Production in Image Lab

Code: IMST0210

Professional Family: Image and Sound

Professional area: Photo Productions

Professional qualification level: 3

Professional reference qualification:

IMS440_3 Image lab production (RD 1957/2009 of 18 December 2009)

Relationship of competency units that configure the certificate of professionalism:

UC1414_3: Organize and manage image lab production processes.

UC1415_3: Manage and monitor the processes of digitalization, synthetic imaging, digital treatment, and film development.

UC1416_3: Manage and monitor positivate, print, and photo finish processes.

General competition:

Plan, manage, and monitor the processing and processing of exposed photosensitive materials and images in digital media, printing of copies by non-photochemical procedures, digitalization, generation, and Digital image processing, planning the tasks of the laboratory to achieve the required quality and productivity, observing the regulations for the prevention of occupational risks and environmental management.

Professional Environment:

Professional scope:

Develops its professional activity in large, medium and small companies, self-employed or foreign, dedicated to the development of films, photographic papers, photographs, generation and digital treatment photo.

Productive Sectors:

Photo sector. Press and editorial. Film sector.

Occupations or related jobs:

Lab manager.

Automatic and manual production monitor.

Digital and vector systems monitor.

Production monitor in photo labs.

Systems and equipment monitor in photo labs.

Duration of the associated training: 450 hours.

Relationship of training modules and training units:

MF1414_3: Organization and management of image lab processes. (110 hours)

-UF1403: Managing image lab production process (80 hours)

-UF1404: (Transversal) Prevention of occupational and environmental risks in imaging laboratories (30 hours)

MF1415_3: Managing the processes of digitalization, image generation, digital processing and photographic film development. (150 hours)

-UF1405: Managing digital image scanning, generation and treatment processes (90 hours)

-UF1406: Managing photographic film development processes (30 hours)

-UF1404: (Transversal) Prevention of occupational and environmental risks in imaging laboratories (30 hours)

MF1416_3: Managing the positivate, printing, and finishing processes. (170 hours)

-UF1407: Managing the positivate, printing, and photographic finishing processes by automatic or semi-automatic procedures (60 hours)

-UF1408: Managing the positivate, printing, and photographic finishing processes by manual procedures (50 hours)

-UF1409: Quality control in the positivate and photographic printing processes (30 hours)

-UF1404: (Transversal) Prevention of occupational and environmental risks in imaging laboratories (30 hours)

MP0298: Non-working professional practice module for image lab production (80 hours)

Linking with professional trainings:

Overcoming with positive evaluation of the training established in the training unit UF1404 Prevention of occupational and environmental risks in laboratories of image of this certificate of professionalism allows the obtaining the qualification for the performance of the functions of prevention of occupational risks basic level, according to Annex IV of the regulation of the prevention services, approved by Royal Decree 39/1997, of January 17.

II. PROFESSIONAL PROFILE OF THE CERTIFICATE OF PROFESSIONALISM

Competition Unit 1

Naming: ORGANIZING AND MANAGING IMAGE LAB PRODUCTION PROCESSES

Level: 3

Code: UC1414_3

Professional realizations and realization criteria

RP1: Plan the production of imaging lab processes with human, material, temporal, and budgetary optimization criteria.

CR1.1 The different charging reception systems are defined to optimize the distribution of the possible jobs to be performed.

CR1.2 The requirements of the processes and treatments are determined by relating the different phases, the different types of input originals and the characteristics of the output products, optimizing times and resources.

CR1.3 Work flow recording systems and charge path formulas (filling sheets and production tokens, automated reading of data, order record systems, storage of data, among others) are determined and applied to ensure the correspondence of results and avoid accidental losses and changes.

CR1.4 The methods of classification and internal distribution of the various works to be carried out are carried out maintaining the identification in all the processes to avoid accidental changes in the delivery of the orders facilitating their subsequent billing.

CR1.5 Production continuity is ensured by establishing precise consumable control formulas to avoid inadequate support loads and stops.

CR1.6 The lab work plan is set with quality time, resource and consistency optimization criteria to address the workload according to the characteristics of the orders.

CR1.7 The safety, hygiene and environmental protection standards for operations and procedures in the various jobs are established in accordance with current regulations to avoid risks

CR1.8 Setting up image lab production controls enables evaluation of budgeted costs.

CR1.9 The interpretation of the image lab's production quality plan allows you to define the objectives and actions to be performed.

CR1.10 The lists of services (processes and processing techniques), reception standards, conditions and delivery formulas, and the rates offered by the laboratory, are elaborated considering the production capacity, the External image of the company, performance times, costs and profitability.

CR1.11 Budget development, considering the calculation of costs and business benefits, is carried out on the basis of criteria for the optimization of economic resources and profitability.

CR1.12 The methods and conditions of classification, storage, and file of orders and completed works are established with criteria for the conservation, localization and optimization of spaces (physical and digital) for Facilitate your subsequent query and recovery.

RP2: Manage the processes of the photographic laboratory ensuring maximum efficiency and quality in the production and taking into account the regulations of risk prevention and environmental management.

CR2.1 Photosensitive materials, chemical products, spare parts and useful, are stored maintaining an adequate conservation and location of the same, with personal and environmental safety criteria, profitability, expiration, order of consumption, and optimization of processes and spaces.

CR2.2 The standards and instructions for prevention, labelling, conservation, handling and localization of chemicals and materials, treatment and processes to be carried out, are established with criteria of quality, productivity and personal and environmental security.

CR2.3 The variables in the processing and processing processes of photosensitive materials of black and white and color and of digital images of images (timing, regeneration, phases and cycles, internal circulation, classification and file, costs and performance, physical damage, contamination and identification errors and delivery packaging) are determined to adjust the production processes based on the optimization of resources.

CR2.4 Machine and production control sheets and tabs are made using the appropriate symbology and codes for preventive maintenance and proper operation: chemical regeneration, agitation, transport and temperature.

CR2.5 The receipt forms of the material to be processed and the technical documentation necessary for their classification are defined to control the trajectory of the order and avoid accidental errors of inputs and outputs.

CR2.6 Specific control systems (densitometric control and visual inspection of results and measurable variables) of the various chemical processes are established by means of data reading and recording, as well as for the processing of control strips and tests to determine the flow rates for the regeneration and renewal of chemical products.

CR2.7 The procedures for verification, inspection and testing of tests to be performed during the production of the imaging laboratory are determined from the quality objectives and the established control plan.

CR2.8 Image lab provisioning controls are defined to ensure the quality of supplies and minimize receipt costs by applying the required procedures.

CR2.9 The number and profile of the human equipment components required for the optimization of the production of the imaging laboratory is determined based on professionalism and workload criteria.

RP3: Receiver, analyze, and evaluate technically assignments and projects for the production of the photographic laboratory.

CR3.1 The received orders are identified and classified according to the type of material, type of processing and treatment technique, for distribution and processing on the available workstations, with the objective of fulfilling with the delivery times of the intermediate and finished work.

CR3.2 The material to be treated is received and evaluated by identifying the different types of support and their technical characteristics for the correct performance of the order and/or the obtaining of copies.

CR3.3 Client requirements are interpreted by establishing the appropriate process and directing materials to the corresponding, analog or digital circuits, depending on the characteristics of the products input and output, applying quality and productivity criteria.

CR3.4 The appropriate equipment, useful, and intermediate result flow are identified, depending on the type and format of the material to be treated, to obtain the requested result.

CR3.5 Production and processing sheets and tokens are correctly completed to reflect data and observations using appropriate symbology and codes.

CR3.6 Delivery deadlines are set according to the customer's needs and available material and budgetary resources.

CR3.7 The storage systems or devices and the classification methods of the digital image file material are determined by criteria of conservation, localization, profitability and optimization of spaces (physical and digital) and results.

CR3.8 Security rules and precautions in handling computer devices as well as digital file storage rules are defined to ensure compliance and enforcement in all processes.

Professional Context

Production media

Photosensitive materials. Chemicals for the development of the various processes. Measuring equipment. Spare parts. Forms of receipt of the works. Computers and computer file storage systems.

Products and results

Ranked charges. Definition of machine control procedures. Standards for the prevention of risks, labelling, conservation, handling and localization of chemicals and materials, treatment and processes. Laboratory production plan. Lists of services. Lab fees.

Information used or generated

Encharge receipt systems (production sheets and tabs, planning sheets, data storage). Technical manuals of the machines. Technical information of the chemicals. Specifications for photosensitive media. Instructions on quality controls. Customer indications. Computer security rules and instructions. Safe work procedures.

Competition Unit 2

Designation: MANAGING AND MONITORING THE PROCESSES OF DIGITALIZATION, SYNTHETIC IMAGING, DIGITAL TREATMENT AND FILM DEVELOPMENT

Level: 3

Code: UC1415_3

Professional realizations and realization criteria

RP1: Manage and monitor image scanning, synthetic image generation, and digital treatment processes over time and with available budgets.

CR1.1 Data-reading computer systems or receipt forms from source materials are applied to control the path of the order (result flow).

CR1.2 The tuning and preparation of the various elements of the system (scanner, optical and/or magnetic media readers, networked computers, treatment and image generation programs, among others) through the application of systematic procedures, ensuring the optimization of results and the consistency of the results of the work.

CR1.3 The scanning parameters of the images are defined considering the original delivered, the intermediate phases, the characteristics of the output products and the final destination (treatment, chemical enlargement, printing, CD, among others).

CR1.4 Image processing, graphic design (positioning and image scaling) procedures and processes for the generation of synthetic images and photographic assembly are applied by means of the appropriate computer, to meet the requirements of the order.

CR1.5 The prepared material is adjusted and exchanged, if applicable, with other workstations for the integration and completion of the order according to the instructions set out.

CR1.6 The resulting products are directed to the appropriate devices for obtaining copies on paper or in the form of computer files that respond to the characteristics of the order.

CR1.7 The resulting products are archived and stored with criteria for preservation, localization, and optimization of spaces (physical and digital) and results.

CR1.8 The safety standards in the work and prevention of current labor and environmental risks are met for the prevention of specific risks.

CR1.9 The various machine and workstation maintenance and control operations and processes are defined to ensure their performance and quality in the different processes.

CR1.10 The tasks to be performed are distributed among the personnel under their responsibility by performing the necessary technical instruction procedures.

RP2: Manage and monitor the processing of fast-circuit and manual-circuit movies to achieve the default results in the available time and budget.

CR2.1 The operation of the equipment is programmed to ensure compliance with delivery times.

CR2.2 The loading and preparation of chemical baths is determined according to the manufacturer's indications of the chemicals, depending on the type of process used, to ensure the quality of the result.

CR2.3 The chemical manipulation rules are established to ensure that the preparation is performed at the appropriate doses and with guarantees of personal safety and process.

CR2.4 The status of toilets and the prevention of accidental exchanges are ensured by the establishment of devices, standards and procedures for monitoring and measuring parameters such as temperature of the Local and chemical baths, regeneration, recirculation, reinforcement, pH control, densities and specific weight.

CR2.5 The status, quality and quantity of the processes is verified to ensure the correct development of production, taking into account the technical parameters and the tolerance margins established and determining actions to be performed in the face of possible failures or deviations.

CR2.6 Specific control methods (densitytometric control and visual inspection of results and measurable variables) of the various chemical processes are carried out by means of the control strip process. reading and recording and interpreting data, in order to apply the necessary adjustments to the control mechanisms of the conditions of development and according to the permitted margin of tolerance (temperature, processing speed, regeneration flows and Renewal of chemicals, among others).

CR2.7 The evolution of the different revealed processes is controlled with the frequency necessary to ensure its correct operation and maintenance and to ensure quality consistency in the results.

CR2.8 The contamination of the toilets and the physical or chemical deterioration of the photosensitive material is avoided by ensuring proper handling, taking appropriate measures during the film development operations.

CR2.9 The various machine and workstation maintenance and control operations and processes are defined to ensure their performance and quality in the different processes.

CR2.10 The cleaning of the machines and useful is monitored and guaranteed to be carried out with the periodicity and techniques established and in conditions of safety and hygiene, controlling the consumption of water and chemicals.

CR2.11 The processes of recovery of silver and of treatment, management and disposal of waste are carried out according to environmental and economic criteria.

CR2.12 Work safety and risk prevention standards are met for the prevention of specific risks.

CR2.13 The tasks to be performed are distributed among the personnel under their responsibility by performing the necessary technical instruction procedures.

RP3: Control the characteristics of the final results of scanning processes, digital treatment, generation of synthetic images and film processing to ensure product achievement photo defined with the quality set.

CR3.1 The technical tab is checked to compare the characteristics of the results obtained with the requirements specified in the order.

CR3.2 The results, in the form of digitized images captured, generated or treated, are evaluated, adjusted, corrected, transformed and/or repaired according to the instructions of the order.

CR3.3 The observation of the revealed films in standard processes of development, taking into account the margins of tolerance, makes it possible to determine the possible faults or deviations of:

-The technical parameters (time, temperature, agitation, among others).

-The transport systems of the material in process.

-The volume of the bathrooms.

-The electronic system of the machine.

CR3.4 The quality of the intermediate results is verified, checking their adjustment to the requirements of the order and taking corrective measures in the presence of deviations.

CR3.5 The quality of the resulting product predefined in the project is checked by performing the printing tests and rectifications required to achieve them.

CR3.6 Handling and preservation of processed material is performed by taking appropriate measures according to their analog or digital format.

Professional Context

Production media

Computer and local communications and extensive area communications (internal and external). Computer equipment, digitizing devices, test kits, storage devices, measurement and colour control devices: densitometer, colorimeter and spectrophotometer. Scanning software, image processing and vector drawing. Workflows, color control software, and check-up programs. Image banks and vector graphics. Automatic and semi-automatic film processing. Densitometres and associated computer applications. Time and temperature control instruments. Revealed tanks. Useful for measuring. Film packaging equipment. Chemicals for the development of the various processes. Color and B/N film of all formats.

Products and results

Order and procedures for the development of devices, systems and software for the digitalisation, image processing and generation of synthetic images. Orders and procedures for the processing of films in quick and manual circuit. Approval and validation of results in digital processes and in film processing. Waste management.

Information used or generated

Production order, technical specification sheet, product production process information, workflow and quality control established. Information provided by the customer. Orders for properly specified materials. Libraries of specific colors or used in the job. Image catalogues and vector graphics. Technical manuals of the machines. Technical information of the chemicals. Specifications for photosensitive media. Instructions on quality controls. Production orders, technical tokens, customer indications. Current specific regulations on occupational and environmental risks.

Competition Unit 3

Naming: MANAGING AND MONITORING POSITIVATE, PRINTING, AND FINISHING PROCESSES

Level: 3

Code: UC1416_3

Professional realizations and realization criteria

RP1: Manage and monitor the positivate and/or photographic printing processes of small, medium and large format in fast printing or minilab ensuring maximum efficiency in production.

CR1.1 The various machine and workstation maintenance and control operations and processes are defined to ensure their performance and quality in the different processes.

CR1.2 The control and interpretation systems of the orders and their performance with the appropriate equipment and procedure are verified for their achievement in time and with the expected cost.

CR1.3 The loading and preparation of chemical baths is determined according to the manufacturer's indications of the chemicals, depending on the type of process used, to ensure the quality of the result.

CR1.4 The chemical manipulation rules are established to ensure that the preparation is performed at the appropriate doses and with personal and process safety guarantees.

CR1.5 The status of toilets and the prevention of accidental exchanges are ensured by the establishment of devices, standards and procedures for monitoring and measuring parameters such as temperature of the Local and chemical baths, regeneration, recirculation, reinforcement, pH control, densities and specific weight.

CR1.6 The preventive control of the baths and their evolution is ensured by the establishment of the frequency of processing and the reading of the specific control strips of each machine and the correct interpretation of the Densitometric curves to monitor the condition (accidental contamination or degradation) and evolution of the chemicals.

CR1.7 Equipment operating rules and cleaning procedures are established to ensure the correct use of production equipment and process stability.

CR1.8 The necessary elements (air and chemical lamps and filters) are replaced periodically according to the equipment manufacturer's indications, and preventive maintenance rules are applied to avoid stoppages. unforeseen and failures in production.

CR1.9 Testing processes for processing control and for obtaining results, as well as density and color monitoring and consistency systems are established to ensure reliability of the processes and the correspondence between the original and the copy.

CR1.10 The documentation for the machine is completed and the relevant data collected on the printed forms established by the company is recorded.

CR1.11 The company's established cutting, finishing, assembly and packaging systems are coordinated to ensure an efficient and quality workflow.

CR1.12 Safety standards in the work and prevention of current occupational and environmental risks are met for the prevention of specific risks.

RP2: Manage and monitor the operation of printed or revealed photographic document extension manual systems with resource optimization criteria.

CR2.1 The procedures for the application of the manual extension equipment of the originals are set out in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and the frequency established by the standards of the equipment. company.

CR2.2 Image and color management systems are established and managed to ensure the expected results.

CR2.3 Scanning systems for large originals are determined and organized by adopting the appropriate capture methods and their corresponding illumination, and the final file is saved with the parameters agreed according to the working protocol, in order to comply unequivocally with the requirements set out for the order through the corresponding form in terms of format and file support.

CR2.4 Equipment maintenance and cleaning procedures are established to ensure the effectiveness and quality of the results.

CR2.5 The distribution of the orders is performed, rationalizing the means and methods available for making impressions or extensions with manual systems, with criteria of effectiveness and quality of the results.

CR2.6 The flow of results from manual printing or extension systems is organized for correct processing and subsequent finishes.

CR2.7 The established standards for the disposal of chemical waste are applied in compliance with or exceeding the most advanced European standards.

CR2.8 The company's established cutting, finishing, assembly and packaging systems are coordinated to ensure an efficient and quality workflow.

CR2.9 The safety standards in the work and prevention of current labor and environmental risks are met for the prevention of specific risks.

RP3: Control the characteristics of the copies and extensions, ensuring the production of the defined photo product with the established quality.

CR3.1 Copies and extensions are monitored to check the correct realization of:

-The revealed positive (white and black or color) impressed.

-The treatment of the revealed positive.

-Achieving the visual quality of the hard copy.

-The type, extension, and framing of the selected frames.

-The processed according to the technique used: positive-positive, negative-positive.

-The subsequent treatment of images obtained by chemical or computer procedures.

CR3.2 The quality of the printed copy or photographic magnification is analyzed taking into consideration the color, the detail in the shadows and in the high lights, the depth and the grain.

CR3.3 Defects observed in printed copies and sensitive materials obtained (dominant tones or stripes, among others) are marked for subsequent correction.

CR3.4 The results are validated and the corrective measures of the process are defined when deviations from the specified values occur.

CR3.5 Handling and preservation of processed material is performed by taking appropriate measures according to their analog or digital format.

Professional Context

Production media

Photographic image storage systems. Amplifying. Printers. Contact Press. Filters. Timers. Light box or negatoscope. Marginators. Tell them. Vacuum table. Color analyzers. Densitometer. Manual processing equipment and automatic paper processing equipment. Tweezers. Rubber gloves. Textile gloves. Chemical products of the different standardized and special processes. Negative, positive, and contacts. Test strips. Black and white film and color, negative, positive and reversible. Photosensitive black and white papers and color. Time, temperature and density control instruments. Cutting systems. Machinery and special materials for the finishing of the product (textures, laminates, plasticizers, paspartus, frames, special supports or other).

Products and results

Tests, contacts, copies, and extensions on any media. Control of automatic and manual processes. He worked in security conditions. Waste management.

Information used or generated

Orders for the lab copy shooter. Technical manuals of the machines. Documentation for the control of machines. Information from the manufacturer of the material. Client instructions. Specifications for positivate media. Indications. Technical information of the chemicals. Specifications for photosensitive media. Instructions on quality controls.

III. TRAINING OF THE CERTIFICATE OF PROFESSIONALISM

FORMATIVE MODULE 1

Naming: ORGANIZING AND MANAGING IMAGE LAB PROCESSES

Code: MF1414_3

Professional qualification level: 3

Associated with the Competition Unit:

UC1414_3 Organize and manage image lab production processes.

Duration: 110 hours

FORMATIVE UNIT 1

Naming:MANAGING IMAGE LAB PRODUCTION PROCESS

Code: UF1403

Duration: 80hours

Competition reference: This training unit corresponds to RP1, RP2, and RP3, except for occupational and environmental risk prevention.

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Plan the production of image lab processes with criteria for optimizing material, temporal, and budgetary resources.

CE1.1 Defer the characteristics of the different typical image lab types according to the type and volume of production.

CE1.2 Identify the different production processes that are performed in a type photo laboratory by evaluating the different input and output products and the alternatives and their possible variations in processes and modes of production. production.

CE1.3 Describe the organization of work for the different phases in the processing of films and papers with manual and automatic systems and relate them to the volume of production and with criteria of quality and productivity.

CE1.4 On the basis of orders to identify the various precise jobs to ensure the operability of the various machines and the achievement of the orders by contemplating criteria of optimization of times, resources and quality consistency.

CE1.5 Design organizational rules for the proper identification and manipulation of sensitive material and its various forms of delivery.

CE1.6 Structure a charge-receiving system that collects the broad spectrum of standardized work from a type photo lab.

CE1.7 Develop the work plan of a type laboratory based on the prior determination of characteristics of size, equipment, personnel and production capacity and of a predefined volume of work, with criteria of optimization of material, temporary and budgetary resources, including:

-The workflow log systems.

-The fulfillment systems of the production sheets and tabs.

-The automated data reading system.

-Data storage and order recording systems.

-The planning of human teams and the distribution of work among the laboratory departments (personnel and equipment).

-The system set to confirm the results correspondence.

-The job log system performed.

-The data for the billing of the jobs.

CE1.8 Define the operations and processes of maintenance and control of machines and workstations in an industrial laboratory of predefined features to ensure their performance and quality.

CE1.9 Identify possible contingencies, consumables expense and accidental stops of processing machines to design the performance procedures to be performed in each case and the forecast of the spare parts, ensuring the proper operation and maintenance of the machines in the processes.

CE1.10 Rate the production costs from the services offered by a previously defined lab.

CE1.11 Develop, on the basis of orders, budgets that consider production costs, margin for unforeseen and industrial benefits, with criteria for optimization of resources and profitability.

C2: Analyze the technical control procedures in the chemical processes of the imaging laboratory with criteria of effectiveness and quality.

CE2.1 Identify the technical characteristics of the negative and positive photosensitive materials used in the photographic production, taking into account their functionality, their format, their behavior in the exhibition and in the process, storage and storage.

CE2.2 From an order to organize the production processes of a type of industrial photographic laboratory taking into account:

-The different types of processes, equipment and production techniques performed in the imaging laboratory and their relationship with the different input and output products, distinguishing manual and automatic methods.

-The variables that influence the processes of treatment and processing of photosensitive materials of black and white and of color, and of the results, from digital images of images, evaluating the use of the manual and automatic systems.

-The general requirements and conditioning for the installation and distribution of the various means of production of the photographic laboratory differentiating the "dry" zone from the "wet" with criteria of functionality, productivity, maintenance and quality.

CE2.3 From Practical Cases of Movie and Paper Revealed Processes:

-Identify the various chemical processes, stages, and automated machines and manual systems used.

-Identify variables that influence the processing and processing of photosensitive materials.

-Determine the various methods, mechanisms and instruments of measurement and control that enable the quality of the product to be guaranteed.

-Determine the precise procedures for making adjustments.

-Apply densitometric control systems and visual inspections.

CE2.4 From a practical case, duly characterized for a pre-set process and machine type, manufacture sheets and maintenance and production control sheets using the appropriate symbology and codes to establish their correct sequence and operativity and identifying critical stages.

CE2.5 From various types of sheets used in the reception of orders, analyze the formulas used to reflect the precise information for the various works to be carried out in the photographic laboratory and the information which can be extracted from such sheets by manual methods and automated data read and write systems.

CE2.6 Design the necessary documents for the reception and accompaniment of the various types in an industrial photographic laboratory for the registration of the possible works to be carried out, its phases and its billing back.

CE2.7 From manufacturer manuals and maintenance operations required for an industrial processor, design a plan of maintenance and control operations of machines and workstations for their application in an industrial laboratory of pre-fixed features ensuring their performance and quality in the different processes

CE2.8 From a properly characterized practical industrial laboratory, establish:

-The methods and conditions of classification, storage and archiving of assignments and completed works with criteria of conservation, localization and optimization of spaces (physical and digital) to facilitate their consultation and later recovery.

-A list of services (processing and processing techniques), reception standards, delivery conditions and formulas, and a job pricing, considering a predetermined production capacity, the time of completion, costs and profitability.

C3: Plan the work of human teams by addressing the conflicts arising in the working environment through the negotiation and effective use of communication techniques, driving processes of motivation and continuous improvement.

CE3.1 Plan the work of the human teams of an industrial laboratory with criteria of optimization of resources according to the characteristics of the people and the flows, volumes and specific modalities of the job.

CE3.2 Value the application of different negotiation strategies by relating them to the most common situations of conflict appearance in the photographic laboratory.

CE3.3 In a practical scenario of problems with technological change produced in a laboratory:

-Determine the most appropriate method for the preparation of a negotiation taking into account the phases of information collection and forecasting of possible agreements.

-Plan the possible types of decisions that can be used in a particular situation.

-Rate the circumstances in which you need to make a decision and choose the most appropriate one.

CE3.4 Describe the applicable motivation techniques in the work environment.

CE3.5 In simulated cases, select and apply appropriate motivation techniques to each situation.

Contents

1. Image lab production process.

-Photo lab types by volume of production.

-Types of production processes:

• Phases.

• Automatic and manual methods.

• Input and output products.

-Characteristics of photosensitive materials used in photographic production:

• Functionality.

• Format.

• Exposure and processing behavior.

• Storage and conservation.

-Variables in the revealed processes:

• Timing.

• Conservation.

• Load and transport of materials on machines.

• Regeneration, phases, and cycles.

• Dosage and circulation of chemicals.

• Internal circulation of the orders, classification, and file.

• Costs and performance.

• Physical damage.

• Pollution.

-Associated companies in the production process of the photographic laboratory:

• Service companies.

• Material and equipment manufacturers.

• Waste removal companies.

2. Technical organisation of the imaging laboratory

-General requirements and conditioning.

-Distribution of spaces:

• Dry zone.

• Wet zone.

-Technical equipment of the photographic laboratory:

• Automatic and manual systems.

-How to store sensitive materials.

-Conditions for identification and handling of sensitive material.

3. Organization of the work in the imaging lab.

-Photo Lab Services List:

• Processes.

• Treatment techniques.

-Job Plan:

• Organization of jobs.

• Sequential scheduling of operations.

-Receive, identification, documentation, pre-billing, and delivery systems.

-Production control documents:

• Log sheets.

• Production sheets.

-Data file classification and storage conditions and conditions and completed jobs:

4. Budgeting

-Budget-making techniques:

• Chapters and budget items.

-Calculation of production costs

-Pricing and billing systems.

-Computer tools for budgeting.

-Payment and collection forms.

5. Technical control in the chemical processes of the imaging laboratory.

-Chemicals used in processes and presentation modes.

-Preparation and mixing procedures for chemical solutions:

• Backup, regeneration and work solutions.

-Methods and procedures for loading chemicals or chemical baths.

-Maintenance operations and control processes for machines and workstations.

6. Quality control techniques in the revealed

-Productivity, maintenance, and quality criteria for the photo lab.

-Chemical process-specific control systems:

• Control tabs.

• Densittometric readings.

• Visual results inspections.

-Instruments, accessories, technical means, and modes of use in process control.

-Errors in prevention processes and methods.

7. Conservation of the chemicals in the imaging laboratory

-Types of chemical contamination and cause-effect relationship in processing.

-Standards for the conservation and localization of reserve, regeneration and work solutions.

-Measurement and storage control equipment for chemical components.

-Materials for the packaging and preservation of chemicals.

-Criteria for the preservation and expiration of chemicals.

-Methods and procedures for the storage and treatment of waste.

8. Techniques for communication, negotiation and motivation in image laboratories.

-Communication types and strategies in the enterprise.

-Conflict resolution:

• Items in the negotiation.

• Strategies and styles of influence.

• Decision making.

-Motivation in image laboratories:

• Definition.

• Diagnosis of factors capable of motivating.

FORMATIVE UNIT 2

Naming: PREVENTION OF WORKPLACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS IN IMAGING LABS

Code: UF1404

Duration: 30 hours

Competition reference: This training unit corresponds to RP1, RP2, and RP3 for occupational and environmental risk prevention.

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Analyze the prevention and safety measures related to the actions within the facilities and the handling of the equipment contained in the safety plans of the companies in the sector.

CE1.1 Specify the aspects of prevention and safety regulations related to the risks arising from the handling of installations and equipment.

CE1.2 Identify and evaluate risk factors and associated risks.

CE1.3 Identify environmental protection requirements derived from actions with polluting products.

CE1.4 Describe the requirements of the work areas and the procedures for their preparation, determining the specific occupational risks and their corrective actions.

CE1.5 Define the rights and duties of the employee and the company in terms of prevention and safety.

C2: Apply the security plan by analyzing the company's prevention, safety, and environmental protection measures.

CE2.1 Apply preventive and corrective measures to the identified risks, including selection, conservation and correct use of individual and collective protective equipment.

CE2.2 Apply the action protocols to possible emergencies, such as:

-Identify people in charge of specific tasks.

-Report the disfunctions and the observed dangerous cases.

-Proceed to the evacuation of buildings according to established procedures, in case of emergency.

CE2.3 Adopt basic sanitary measures, first aid techniques and transfer of accidents in different accident scenarios

C3: Analyze the application regulations to the photographic laboratories on environmental issues and on the prevention of occupational risks.

CE3.1 Describe the environmental pollution effects of the various chemical products used according to the processes, standard or special, and describe less polluting alternative products as well as Waste pipeline for proper disposal.

CE3.2 Relate the chemical products used in the processes of the photographic laboratory with the current environmental regulations, recognizing the possible degree of toxicity of the chemical components and the means of protection apply during use.

CE3.3 To analyze the current regulations related to safety in the work and prevention of occupational and environmental risks and their application in the procedures of processing, preparation of bathrooms, storage, removal, and in general, manipulation of all the elements involved in the production relating to the jobs of the photographic laboratories.

CE3.4 Define general rules and specific instructions for labeling, handling, treating, and locating chemicals and materials to ensure personal and environmental safety.

CE3.5 Evaluate, in duly characterized cases, the safety and environmental problems that may occur in processing procedures, preparation of toilets, storage, removal, and manipulation of all the elements involved in the production by suggesting and planning actions to be taken to minimize or avoid detected contingencies.

Contents

1. Occupational safety and health at work

-Basic concepts about health and safety at work.

• Work and health.

• Professional risks.

• Risk factors.

• Consequences and damages derived from work.

• Basic regulatory framework for the prevention of occupational risks.

-General risks and their prevention.

• Risks linked to security conditions.

• Risks linked to the workbench.

• Risks derived from the workload.

• Elementary risk control systems.

• Collective and individual protection.

• Health control of workers.

-Basic risk prevention management elements.

• Public bodies related to health and safety at work.

• Organization of preventive work: "basic routines"

• Documentation: collection, processing, and archiving.

-Emergency and evacuation actuations.

• Types of accidents.

• Primary accident assessment.

• First aid.

• Socorism.

• Emergency situations.

• Emergency and evacuation plans.

• Support information for emergency action.

2. Environmental safety and the work of the imaging laboratory

-Risk factors.

-Prevention and protection measures.

-Secure organization of the job.

-Standards and recommendations for the prevention of occupational risks in imaging laboratories.

-Standards and recommendations for the prevention of environmental risks.

-Effects of environmental contamination of the various chemicals.

-Degree of toxicity of chemical components:

• Protection means to be applied during use.

-Standards for labeling, handling, treating, and locating chemicals and materials.

-Standards for responsible consumption of water and chemicals.

-Chemical waste pipeline, disposal and removal systems.

Methodological guidelines

Distance training:

Training Units

Formunity 2- UF1404.

Total duration in hours of the training units

N.

80

80

80

80

80

80

80

80

80

40

30

20

Sequence:

The training units for this module can be programmed independently.

Access criteria for students

They shall be those established in Article 4 of the Royal Decree governing the certificate of professionalism of the professional family to which this Annex accompanies.

FORMATIVE MODULE 2

Designation: MANAGEMENT OF THE PROCESSES OF DIGITALIZATION, IMAGE GENERATION, DIGITAL TREATMENT AND PHOTOGRAPHIC FILM DEVELOPMENT.

Code: MF1415_3

Professional qualification level: 3

Associated with the Competition Unit:

UC1415_3 Manage and monitor the processes of digitalization, synthetic imaging, digital treatment, and film development.

Duration: 150 hours

FORMATIVE UNIT 1

Denomination: MANAGEMENT OF DIGITAL IMAGE SCANNING, GENERATION, AND TREATMENT PROCESSES

Code: UF1405

Duration: 90 hours

Competition reference: This training unit corresponds to RP1 except for occupational and environmental risk prevention.

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Evaluate the procedures involved in scanning image scanning processes to ensure the achievement of a default quality

CE1.1 Relate the variables to be controlled in the intake that can be adjusted or corrected digitally in the laboratory by applying the following techniques:

-The adjustment and correction of saturation, brightness, and contrast levels.

-The adjustment of inequalities in exposure.

-The white balance adjustment.

-The color adjustment and correction.

-Retouches, enhancements, or cuts.

-The effects (special, focus, lighting, photo and dark room filters), scales, aberrations, line convergence (perspective correction by height and lateral offset).

-The rotation, combinations of images, texts, and filters,

CE1.2 Prepare the elements of the scanning system, (scanner, optical and/or magnetic readers, computers, treatment programs and image generation, among others) by applying systematic procedures to ensure their correct usage.

CE1.3 Perform calibration of scanning and scanning devices to ensure the correct result.

CE1.4 Calculate the parameters to be applied in the scan of the original photo to ensure that the file obtained is adapted to the final destination (treatment, chemical extension, printing, CD, among others).

CE1.5 Perform scanning of various types of originals:

-Checking the range of tones.

-Adjusting the values of black and white.

-Adjusting the tone media.

-Deending the required size, resolution, depth, and color mode.

C2: Evaluate the procedures involved in imaging processes and in performing digital treatments and manipulations to ensure the achievement of a predetermined quality

CE2.1 From sketches, make vector images using computer applications, adapting them to the final product and the production process to follow:

-Getting vector graphics using vector drawing applications, starting with bitmap originals.

-Modifying vector graphics and optimizing them based on the technical specifications of properly characterized graphical projects.

-Checking the existence and accuracy of all component elements, following the technical specifications and sketches provided.

-Storing the files in the appropriate format according to the delivery requirements.

CE2.2 Configure color management in programs to perform scanning and imaging by simulating different production environments:

-Indicating the components of color management systems and describing their operation.

-Applying UNE and ISO standards for color reproduction in the production process.

-Preparing imaging and imaging equipment, leading them to optimal operating conditions according to manufacturers ' recommendations.

-Performing instrumental control measurements using colorimeters and spectrophotometers, in equipment and materials provided.

-Calibrating and characterizing scanning devices and imaging using the available target methods (by means of appropriate instruments), according to facilitated guidelines.

-Generating device profiles using the appropriate applications.

-Configuring computing applications to properly manage profiles and digital color flow for different graphical environments.

CE2.3 From digital originals:

-Modify resolution, color depth, and scaling while maintaining the required quality based on the end product.

-Perform the indicated frames.

-Perform image profile conversion.

-Store digital images in the appropriate file format for prefixed delivery or subsequent processing.

CE2.4 From already printed images, perform color correction of images using digital imaging applications.

CE2.5 From a practical case properly characterized from originals in digital files, perform the retouching of images using image processing applications:

-Replaying the damaged parts of the images.

-Removing the items indicated in the technical specifications.

-Rebuilding funds.

CE2.6 From a sketch, perform the overlap/merge of two images:

-Adjusting the size and resolution of the images, adapting them to the final assembly.

-Valoring the optimal layout of the images to achieve a smooth and imperceptible melt.

-Generating the required masks to merge the images.

-Fusing the images using the appropriate tools to hide the photomontage.

-Iguating the lights and shadows of the images.

-Adjusting the color of the images in the mount.

CE2.7 Identify and describe the devices, their file formats, and the color modes required to obtain paper copies.

CE2.8 Identify and describe digital file systems, their size and their preservation by considering facilities for their access and location.

CE2.9 Perform file recording and copying processes on computer media or paper by analyzing image quality.

Contents

1. Computer systems for imaging and imaging in the imaging lab

-Elements and features.

-Point-to-point procedures for the various elements of the computer system.

-Calibration and configuration of scanning and monitoring devices.

-Equipment and output products of the digital photographic laboratory.

2. Digitisation and generation of digital images

-Picture scanning procedures and criteria in the photo lab.

-Types of originals and features.

-Libraries and image banks.

-Digital image dump and read systems.

-Features and handling of scanning applications.

-Features and application of file formats.

-Technical evaluation of the image:

-Color depth.

-Setting blanks.

-Color Gama.

-Contrast in high lights and shadows.

-Media tones.

3. Generation of vector graphics

-Characteristics of vector charts.

-"Bezier" curves.

-Vector file formats.

-Characteristics and management of vector drawing applications.

-Interpretation of sketches and technical specifications for vector graphics.

-Techniques for modifying, adapting and optimizing vector graphics to the requirements of the photographic production process and the final product.

4. Color management in the image lab

-Chromatic spaces and color models, letters, and color libraries.

-Color management systems (UNE and ISO standards):

-Operation.

-Components.

-Administering color on the operating system and the different applications.

-Job flows for color management:

-Color profiles.

-Components of color management systems and their operation in productive environments of the photographic laboratory.

-Measurement techniques with densitometres, colorimeters and spectrophotometers for color management in the photographic laboratory.

-Calibrate and monitor profile generation:

-Luminacia.

-Brillo.

-Contrast.

-Color temperature.

-Gamma.

-ΔE Values

-Validation of the profile.

5. Digital imaging techniques

-Features and handling of digital image processing applications.

-Resolution and interpolation.

-Image correction and adjustment techniques:

-Contrast.

-Balance of gray.

-Color balancing.

-Brillo.

-Saturation.

-Filter techniques:

-Destoated.

-Focus/blur.

-Effects:

-Retouches.

-Removing impurities or inappropriate elements.

-Rebuilding deteriorated parts.

-Find.

-Degraded.

-Fundidos.

-Calates.

-Selection and masking techniques.

-Color correction techniques and tools.

6. Digital image assembly

-Preparing images:

-Selection of images.

-Picture tuning techniques for mounting:

-Dimensions, resolution, and frame calculations.

-Settings of color modes and profiles.

-Image digital mount techniques:

-Masks and cuts.

-Merge images.

-Lights and shadows.

-Final color adjustment.

-Montages and combinations of images and texts.

-Digital image mount computing applications.

FORMATIVE UNIT 2

Naming: MANAGEMENT OF PHOTOGRAPHIC FILM DISCLOSURE PROCESSES

Code: UF1406

Duration: 30 hours

Competition reference: This training unit corresponds to RP2 and RP3 except for occupational and environmental risk prevention.

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Evaluate the variables involved in the film development processes according to a predetermined quality.

CE1.1 Identify the elements involved in the manual and automated processes revealed for the application of systematic procedures to ensure their correct use.

CE1.2 Verify the status, quality and quantity of the products involved in the revealed processes according to the technical parameters and tolerance margins established to correct the deviations that may distort the Disclosed processes.

CE1.3 Describe the characteristics and operation of measuring instruments used in quality control.

CE1.4 Apply the calibration processes for quality measurement and control instruments.

CE1.5 From a practical case of photosensitive material processing control:

-Identify parameters to be controlled and their deviation tolerated.

-Perform measurements on the control strip.

-Compare the resulting graphs of the measurements with the parameters set to the assumption.

-Identify the control devices to be used.

-Make, where appropriate, processes of intensification and reduction of sensitive materials revealed.

CE1.6 Describe the measures to be taken into account in the handling of photosensitive material to prevent the contamination of the toilets and the physical or chemical deterioration of the photosensitive material.

CE1.7 Describe the processes of silver recovery and treatment and waste management.

C2: Evaluate digital images printed on photosensitive media by applying quality control systems.

CE2.1 From various digitized images, generated or treated in digital programs:

-Make an impression that enables your observation to fit in normalized conditions.

-Rate your cleanliness, sharpness and possible imperfections.

-Check that file formats are required for each system.

-Check that digital images bear the corresponding color profile.

-Check the range of shades, black and white values, and tone media.

-Describe corrective measures to be applied in case of deviations.

CE2.2 From films revealed according to technical specifications, determine possible deviations by valuing:

-The technical parameters (time, temperature, agitation, among others).

-The transport systems of the material in process.

-The volume of the bathrooms.

-The electronic system of the machine.

-The corrective measures to be applied in case of deviations.

CE2.3 From Sensitive Materials Revealed, Evaluate:

-The status of the gelatin (stripes, scrapes).

-Maximum density, minimum density, veil.

-The contrast index.

-The granularity.

-The color balance.

-The measurement pattern.

-Processing errors (contamination, depletion of toilets, filtering of water, drying of material, temperature, agitation) and handling in the loading, drying, cutting and packaging phase.

CE2.4 Describe appropriate methods and systems for the manipulation and preservation of analog or digital material.

Contents

1. Testing and staging of photographic films

-Movie Processing Test Systems:

• Types and features.

-Calibration and profiling of film testing systems.

-Movie processing control elements:

• Tiras and control patches.

• Record items

• Escalations.

-Photo playback systems:

• Filmmakers and CtPs.

• Types and features.

-File formats and color modes required for obtaining paper copies.

-Evaluation and assessment of the final image quality.

-Product delivery technical procedures according to your final destination:

• Treatment.

• Chemical enlargement.

• Printing.

• CD.

-Workflow and transfer of files to output devices.

2. The processes of photographic film development

-Movie processing types, phases, and control systems:

• Black and white.

• Color.

• C-41.

• E-6.

-Control parameters in film processing.

-Compensation techniques for the variation of the fundamental parameters of the processing.

• Interpretation of time-temperature factor curves.

-Changes to the processes.

-Forced, subforced, reduction, and intensification techniques.

-Errors in image processing.

3. Processing of the processed film

-Identifying defects and correcting errors.

-Movie adequacy and improvement processes:

• Reductions.

• Intensification.

• Blanking

• Virado.

-Criteria for preserving, locating, and optimizing spaces in the file and storage of films.

FORMATIVE UNIT 3

Naming: PREVENTION OF WORKPLACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS IN IMAGING LABS

Code: UF1404

Duration: 30 hours

Competition reference: This training unit corresponds to RP1, RP2, and RP3 for occupational and environmental risk prevention.

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Analyze the prevention and safety measures related to the actions within the facilities and the handling of the equipment contained in the safety plans of the companies in the sector.

CE1.1 Specify the aspects of prevention and safety regulations related to the risks arising from the handling of installations and equipment.

CE1.2 Identify and evaluate risk factors and associated risks.

CE1.3 Identify environmental protection requirements derived from actions with polluting products.

CE1.4 Describe the requirements of the work areas and the procedures for their preparation, determining the specific occupational risks and their corrective actions.

CE1.5 Define the rights and duties of the employee and the company in terms of prevention and safety.

C2: Apply the security plan by analyzing the company's prevention, safety, and environmental protection measures.

CE2.1 Apply preventive and corrective measures to the identified risks, including selection, conservation and correct use of individual and collective protective equipment.

CE2.2 Apply the action protocols to possible emergencies, such as:

-Identify people in charge of specific tasks.

-Report the disfunctions and the observed dangerous cases.

-Proceed to the evacuation of buildings according to established procedures, in case of emergency.

CE2.3 Adopt basic sanitary measures, first aid techniques and transfer of accidents in different accident scenarios

C3: Analyze the application regulations to the photographic laboratories on environmental issues and on the prevention of occupational risks.

CE3.1 Describe the environmental pollution effects of the various chemical products used according to the processes, standard or special, and describe less polluting alternative products as well as Waste pipeline for proper disposal.

CE3.2 Relate the chemical products used in the processes of the photographic laboratory with the current environmental regulations, recognizing the possible degree of toxicity of the chemical components and the means of protection apply during use.

CE3.3 To analyze the current regulations related to safety in the work and prevention of occupational and environmental risks and their application in the procedures of processing, preparation of bathrooms, storage, removal, and in general, manipulation of all the elements involved in the production relating to the jobs of the photographic laboratories.

CE3.4 Define general rules and specific instructions for labeling, handling, treating, and locating chemicals and materials to ensure personal and environmental safety.

CE3.5 Evaluate, in duly characterized cases, the safety and environmental problems that may occur in processing procedures, preparation of toilets, storage, removal, and manipulation of all the elements involved in the production by suggesting and planning actions to be taken to minimize or avoid detected contingencies.

Contents

1. Occupational safety and health at work

-Basic concepts about health and safety at work.

• Work and health.

• Professional risks.

• Risk factors.

• Consequences and damages derived from work.

• Basic regulatory framework for the prevention of occupational risks.

-General risks and their prevention.

• Risks linked to security conditions.

• Risks linked to the workbench.

• Risks derived from the workload.

• Elementary risk control systems.

• Collective and individual protection.

• Health control of workers.

-Basic risk prevention management elements.

• Public bodies related to health and safety at work.

• Organization of preventive work: "basic routines"

• Documentation: collection, processing, and archiving.

-Emergency and evacuation actuations.

• Types of accidents.

• Primary accident assessment.

• First aid.

• Socorism.

• Emergency situations.

• Emergency and evacuation plans.

• Support information for emergency action.

2. Environmental safety and the work of the imaging laboratory

-Risk factors.

-Prevention and protection measures.

-Secure organization of the job.

-Standards and recommendations for the prevention of occupational risks in imaging laboratories.

-Standards and recommendations for the prevention of environmental risks.

-Effects of environmental contamination of the various chemicals.

-Degree of toxicity of chemical components:

• Protection means to be applied during use.

-Standards for labeling, handling, treating, and locating chemicals and materials.

-Standards for responsible consumption of water and chemicals.

-Chemical waste pipeline, disposal and removal systems

Methodological guidelines

Distance training:

Training Units

Formunity 2- UF1406

Total duration in hours of the training units

N.

90

90

90

90

40

30

10

Formative Unit 3-UF1404

30

20

Sequence:

To access the formative unit 2 must have been passed the formative unit 1. The formative unit 3 can be programmed independently.

Access criteria for pupils

They shall be those established in Article 4 of the Royal Decree governing the certificate of professionalism of the professional family to which this Annex accompanies.

FORMATIVE MODULE 3

Naming: MANAGING THE POSITIVATE, PRINTING, AND FINISHING PROCESSES.

Code: MF1416_3

Professional qualification level: 3

Associated with the Competition Unit:

UC1416_3 Manage and monitor positivazo, printing, and photo finishing processes.

Duration: 170 hours

FORMATIVE UNIT 1

Naming:MANAGING THE POSITIVATE, PRINTING, AND PHOTOGRAPHIC FINISHING PROCESSES BY AUTOMATIC OR SEMI-AUTOMATIC PROCEDURES

Code: UF1407

Duration: 60 hours

Competition reference: This training unit corresponds to RP1 except for occupational and environmental risk prevention.

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Rate the procedures involved in the processes of copying the chemical systems to ensure the achievement of a predetermined quality

CE1.1 Interpret and classify a varied type of orders relating them to the appropriate equipment for their realization in order to determine the time required and their cost according to pre-established rates.

CE1.2 Describe the characteristics of small, medium, and large format development processes on automatic or semi-automatic systems.

CE1.3 Relate the methods of preparing chemical baths for the positivate, from the manufacturer's indications, according to the type of process to which they are intended, in order to guarantee the quality of the result.

CE1.4 From a practical process of a process of a properly characterized industrial laboratory with characteristics of size, volume of work and equipment, guarantee the good condition of the baths and the prevention of accidental exchanges by design of the appropriate procedures.

CE1.5 In practical cases properly characterized in the laboratory:

-Perform tests for processing control to ensure good results and reliability in the process.

-Apply the chemical handling standards for your process under maximum security conditions.

-Apply the operating rules of the technical equipment in automatic or semi-automatic systems and their tuning procedures.

-Set monitoring systems, density and color consistency to ensure a correct result and correspondence between original and copy.

-Develop the documentation that collects previously established data relating to processing and control of technical equipment.

C2: Rate the procedures involved in the photographic printing processes on dry systems to ensure the achievement of a predetermined quality

CE2.1 Interpret and classify a varied type of orders relating to the appropriate equipment for its realization in order to determine the time and its cost according to pre-established rates.

CE2.2 Describe the characteristics of small, medium and large format photographic printing processes in non-photochemical systems.

CE2.3 Set, in a laboratory of default features, a plan of coordination of the systems of cutting, finishing, mounting and packing of photographic copies that ensures an efficient and quality workflow.

CE2.4 In different case studies, such as printing on an "inkjet" machine, or others, properly characterized, perform the following tasks:

-Identify among the different programs offered by the printing machine for each scenario (according to brand, type, number of emulsion, and specific instructions).

-Operate the materials loading and fixing systems.

-Operate the cartridge loading systems of inks or pigments, as well as those of the media for non-photochemical printing.

-Perform the processing of a test strip.

-Evaluate the results by taking into consideration the color, the detail in the shadows and the high lights and the grain, introducing the corrective measures according to procedures of the machinery.

-Perform a print run, taking into account the possible incidence alarms of the machines.

-Vehicle the printed material for its packaging or assembly specified on the technical tab.

Contents

1. Positioning and extension systems by automatic or semi-automatic procedures

-Digital capture and storage systems in photochemical enlargement or photographic printing processes.

-"Lambda" Positivators and the like.

-Minilab.

-Processors:

• Types and features.

-Injection printers:

• media and large formats.

• "UVA".

• Laser devices.

• Other.

-Types of inks:

• From colorants.

• Pigmentadas.

• UV.

• Other.

-CRT screens.

• Media for printing:

• RA-4 color papers.

• Panchromatic papers in B/N for copying in "Lambda" and the like.

• Papers for inkjet printing.

• Other media for inkjet printing.

-Characteristics of the papers:

• Compatibility with inks, pigments and adhesives.

• Surface.

• Base/Transparency Coloration.

• Stay.

• Environmental resistance.

-Equipment maintenance and operation techniques.

2. Digitalization of outliers or large format

-Lighting for originals: flat or three-dimensional.

-Types of cameras used in the fetch.

3. Positioning, scaling and finishing processes by automatic or semi-automatic procedures

-Color revealed processes:

• E6.

• C-41.

• RA-4.

-Processes for black and white.

-Copy printing processes by injection.

-Process monitoring.

-Comprehensive quality control and applied densitometry.

-Validation of quality results and standards.

FORMATIVE UNIT 2

Naming: MANAGING THE POSITIVATE, PRINTING, AND PHOTOGRAPHIC FINISHING PROCESSES BY MANUAL PROCEDURES

Code: UF1408

Duration: 50 hours

Competition reference: This training unit corresponds to RP2 except for occupational and environmental risk prevention

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Analyze the procedures involved in the process of manual photographic document extension systems

CE1.1 Describe the process of revealing and/or photographic printing of small, medium and large format, in manual extension systems.

CE1.2 Describe and analyze the operating standards of the technical equipment in manual extension systems and their procedures to ensure their correct use and maximum efficiency and stability during the process. process.

CE1.3 Set the image and color management systems to ensure optimal results.

CE1.4 Determine and organize scanning systems for large originals by adopting the appropriate capture methods and their corresponding illumination, saving the final file with the parameters agreed upon by the working protocol, to meet the requirements of the order.

CE1.5 Organize, in a laboratory of default features, the flow of the print results or manual extension for correct and subsequent processing finishes.

CE1.6 From various practical cases with the use of manual extension of color and black and white photographic copies:

-Choose the type of paper best suited to the negative characteristics.

-For the color, select the appropriate filter values to achieve the desired color balance, depending on the characteristics of the original and the order.

-Ensure framing, exposure, filtering settings, proper disclosure, and corrective action.

-Rate the final copy and drive it to its destination.

C2: Analyze the procedures involved in photofinishing processes

CE2.1 Determine the most appropriate cutting, finishing, mounting, and packaging systems to meet the requirements of the order.

CE2.2 From different printed photographic copies, choose the most appropriate finish, according to the order and type of exposure:

-Type of laminate.

-Type of encapsulation.

-Foam.

-Protective treatment.

Contents

1. Systems for positioning or extending by manual procedures

-Amplifiers:

-Types and features.

-Objectives for extension.

-Expansion Accessories:

-Marginators.

-Focus Lupes.

-Timers.

-Washing machines, dryers and copy planers.

-Other accessories.

-Equipment maintenance and cleaning operations.

2. Photosensitive papers and other photographic media

-Photosensitive papers:

-Plastified.

-Bariated.

-For transfers.

-Features:

-Surface.

-Base Coloration.

-Tone after processing.

-Photosensitive B/N grades of fixed contrast and variable contrast grades.

-Feature of photographic papers.

-Stay characteristics.

3. Positivate or Enlargement Techniques

-Control and adjust the light homogeneity of the extender.

-Optimal diaphragm approach and opening.

-Staggered displays and test strip evaluation.

-Control of the extension or positivate:

-Velo.

-Density.

-Contrast.

-Color Dominants.

-Local exposures and sub-exposures:

-Bullets.

-Reservations.

-Burns.

-Copy processing:

-Baths.

-Hyposulfite removers.

-Washing.

-Secado.

-Retouch.

-Colored.

-Other techniques:

-Reductions.

-Virados.

4. Photo finish by manual procedures

-Machines for textured and other physical finishes.

-Cutting, rolling, and mounting appliances.

-Surface treatment finishing processes.

-Adhesivate, laminate, and other processes.

FORMATIVE UNIT 3

Naming:QUALITY CONTROL IN THE POSITIVATE AND PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTING PROCESSES

Code: UF1409

Duration: 30 hours

Competition reference: This training unit corresponds to RP3 except for occupational and environmental risk prevention

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Evaluate copies and extensions by applying quality control systems to determine their correction.

CE1.1 Identify and properly use focus-checking instruments (magnifiers, storytellers, magnifiers).

CE1.2 Describe the influence of the lighting conditions (color temperature, lighting angle), the colors of the adjacent surfaces, the characteristics of the surface of the support (opacity, brightness, degree of (lilure, absorption) and drying, for the measurement of colour.

CE1.3 From a practical case, it is a good practice to analyze the quality of a hard copy, taking into account the color, the detail in the shadows and the high lights and the grain.

CE1.4 From a practical case, it is a good practice to validate the results and define the corrective measures of the process when deviations from the values are produced.

CE1.5 On the basis of a practical case, it is a good practice to establish a quality control system to ensure the achievement of satisfactory results.

CE1.6 Describe the handling and preservation procedure of the processed material taking into account its analog or digital format, and apply it from provided or previously performed examples.

CE1.7 From a convenient scenario, you have the option of analyzing copies and extensions from given examples, checking the result and correcting:

-The revealed positive test.

-The treatment of the revealed positive.

-The visual quality of the hard copy.

-The type, extension, and framing of the selected frames.

-The processed according to the technique used: positive-positive, negative-positive.

-The subsequent treatment of images obtained by chemical or computer procedures.

Contents

1. Copy quality control and extensions

-Approach check instruments.

-Conditioning on the visual assessment of the density and chromatism of the copies.

-End-quality analysis techniques for copies or extensions.

-Control of density, contrast, granularity, and veil.

-Determination of corrective measures.

-Application of physical retouching techniques about defects detected in copies.

2. Final Copy Color Management and Extensions

-Rules on lighting for viewing of printed copies.

-Standard light types

-Reproduction of the calibration letters.

-Reading calibration patches for color profile generation.

-Manual retouch of possible failures in the final copies.

FORMATIVE UNIT 4

Naming: PREVENTION OF WORKPLACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS IN IMAGING LABS

Code: UF1404

Duration: 30 hours

Competition reference: This training unit corresponds to RP1, RP2, and RP3 for occupational and environmental risk prevention.

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Analyze the prevention and safety measures related to the actions within the facilities and the handling of the equipment contained in the safety plans of the companies in the sector.

CE1.1 Specify the aspects of prevention and safety regulations related to the risks arising from the handling of installations and equipment.

CE1.2 Identify and evaluate risk factors and associated risks.

CE1.3 Identify environmental protection requirements derived from actions with polluting products.

CE1.4 Describe the requirements of the work areas and the procedures for their preparation, determining the specific occupational risks and their corrective actions.

CE1.5 Define the rights and duties of the employee and the company in terms of prevention and safety.

C2: Apply the security plan by analyzing the company's prevention, safety, and environmental protection measures.

CE2.1 Apply preventive and corrective measures to the identified risks, including selection, conservation and correct use of individual and collective protective equipment.

CE2.2 Apply the action protocols to possible emergencies, such as:

-Identify people in charge of specific tasks.

-Report the disfunctions and the observed dangerous cases.

-Proceed to the evacuation of buildings according to established procedures, in case of emergency.

CE2.3 Adopt basic sanitary measures, first aid techniques and transfer of accidents in different accident scenarios

C3: Analyze the application regulations to the photographic laboratories on environmental issues and on the prevention of occupational risks.

CE3.1 Describe the environmental pollution effects of the various chemical products used according to the processes, standard or special, and describe less polluting alternative products as well as Waste pipeline for proper disposal.

CE3.2 Relate the chemical products used in the processes of the photographic laboratory with the current environmental regulations, recognizing the possible degree of toxicity of the chemical components and the means of protection apply during use.

CE3.3 To analyze the current regulations related to safety in the work and prevention of occupational and environmental risks and their application in the procedures of processing, preparation of bathrooms, storage, removal, and in general, manipulation of all the elements involved in the production relating to the jobs of the photographic laboratories.

CE3.4 Define general rules and specific instructions for labeling, handling, treating, and locating chemicals and materials to ensure personal and environmental safety.

CE3.5 Evaluate, in duly characterized cases, the safety and environmental problems that may occur in processing procedures, preparation of toilets, storage, removal, and manipulation of all the elements involved in the production by suggesting and planning actions to be taken to minimize or avoid detected contingencies.

Contents

1. Occupational safety and health at work

-Basic concepts about health and safety at work.

• Work and health.

• Professional risks.

• Risk factors.

• Consequences and damages derived from work.

• Basic regulatory framework for the prevention of occupational risks.

-General risks and their prevention.

• Risks linked to security conditions.

• Risks linked to the workbench.

• Risks derived from the workload.

• Elementary risk control systems.

• Collective and individual protection.

• Health control of workers.

-Basic risk prevention management elements.

• Public bodies related to health and safety at work.

• Organization of preventive work: "basic routines"

• Documentation: collection, processing, and archiving.

-Emergency and evacuation actuations.

• Types of accidents.

• Primary accident assessment.

• First aid.

• Socorism.

• Emergency situations.

• Emergency and evacuation plans.

• Support information for emergency action.

2. Environmental safety and the work of the imaging laboratory

-Risk factors.

-Prevention and protection measures.

-Secure organization of the job.

-Standards and recommendations for the prevention of occupational risks in imaging laboratories.

-Standards and recommendations for the prevention of environmental risks.

-Effects of environmental contamination of the various chemicals.

-Degree of toxicity of chemical components:

• Protection means to be applied during use.

-Standards for labeling, handling, treating, and locating chemicals and materials.

-Standards for responsible consumption of water and chemicals.

-Chemical waste pipeline, disposal and removal systems

Methodological guidelines

Distance training:

Training Units

UF1408.

Total duration in hours of the training units

N.

60

60

60

60

60

60

60

60

60

30

50

20

Formative Unit 3-UF1409.

10

10

30

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Sequence:

The training units for this module can be programmed independently.

Access criteria for pupils

They will be those established in Article 4 of the Royal Decree that regulates the certificate of professionalism of the professional family to which this annex accompanies.

NON-WORKING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE MODULE FOR IMAGE LABORATORY PRODUCTION

Code: MP0298

Duration: 80 hours

Assessment Capabilities and Criteria

C1: Apply the technical control procedures in the imaging lab processes with efficiency and quality criteria.

CE1.1 Participate in the organization of the production processes of a type industrial photographic laboratory.

CE1.2 Participate in the elaboration of sheets and production control and control sheets using the appropriate symbology and codes to establish their correct sequence and operability and identify critical stages.

CE1.3 Collaborate on the design of the documents necessary for the receipt and accompaniment of the various orders for the registration of the work to be carried out, its phases and its subsequent billing.

CE1.4 Collaborate on the maintenance and control of machines and workstations ensuring their performance and quality in the different processes.

CE1.5 Contribute to establishing and/or applying the methods and conditions of classification, storage and archiving of assignments and completed works with criteria of conservation, localization and optimization of spaces (physical and digital) to facilitate your subsequent query and recovery.

C2: Apply the regulations that affect the photographic laboratories on environmental issues and on the prevention of occupational risks.

CE2.1 Contribute to the proper disposal of waste through the use of less polluting products and the application of adequate waste pipeline procedures.

CE2.2 Collaborate in the application of processing procedures, preparation of toilets, storage, removal, and in general, handling of all the elements involved in the production in the different jobs of photographic laboratories in accordance with the current regulations on safety at work and prevention of occupational and medical risks.

CE2.3 Collaborate on proper labeling, handling, treatment, and localization of chemicals and materials to ensure personal and environmental safety.

CE2.4 Help to assess the safety and environmental problems that may occur in processing procedures, preparation of toilets, storage, removal, and manipulation of all the elements involved in the process. production by suggesting and planning actions to be taken to minimize or avoid detected contingencies.

C3: Evaluate digital images printed on photosensitive media by applying quality control systems.

CE3.1 To participate in the assessment of the possible deviations of the revealed films considering the technical parameters, the systems of transport of the material in process, the volume of the baths, the electronic system of the machine and as well as the corrective measures to be applied.

CE3.2 Collaborate on the assessment of the gelatin status, density, contrast index, granularity, color balance, measurement pattern, and processing and handling errors.

C4: Rate the procedures involved in the positioning of paper and photographic printing processes in automatic or semi-automatic systems to ensure the achievement of a predetermined quality

CE4.1 Contribute to ensuring the good condition of restrooms and the prevention of accidental exchanges by designing and/or applying the appropriate procedures.

CE4.2 Participate in testing for processing control to ensure good results and reliability in the process.

CE4.3 Contribute to the application of the standards of chemical manipulation for your process under maximum security conditions.

CE4.4 Collaborate in the application of the operating rules of technical equipment in automatic or semi-automatic systems and their procedures for the implementation of the procedures.

CE4.5 Contribute to ensuring a correct result and correspondence between original and copy through monitoring systems, density and color consistency to ensure a correct outcome and correspondence between original and copy.

CE4.6 Participate in the elaboration of the documentation that collects previously established data relating to the processing and control of technical equipment.

C5: Participate in the business processes of the company, following the rules and instructions set out in the work center.

CE5.1 Behave responsibly in both human relationships and the jobs to be performed.

CE5.2 Respect the procedures and rules of the work center.

CE5.3 Diligently undertake the tasks according to the instructions received, trying to bring them into line with the work rate of the company.

CE5.4 Integrate into the production processes of the job center.

CE5.5 Use the established communication channels.

CE5.6 To respect at all times the measures of risk prevention, occupational health and environmental protection.

Contents

1. Organization of work in the imaging lab

-Elaboration of the job plan.

-Making production control documents.

-Receiving, identifying, documenting, prebilling, and delivering orders.

-Classification and file storage of completed jobs and jobs.

-Maintenance and control operations for machines and workstations.

2. Treatment of chemical imaging products

-Labelling, treatment and localization of chemicals.

-Processing procedures, preparation of toilets, storage and handling of chemicals.

-Chemical waste pipeline, disposal and removal systems.

3. Evaluation of digital images printed on photosensitive media

-Movie processing control systems.

-Compensation techniques for parameter variation.

-Identifying defects and correcting errors in image processing.

4. Paper and photographic printing processes in automatic or semi-automatic systems

-Revealed processes.

-Print processes.

-Finish processes.

-Process monitored.

-Quality control.

5. Integration and communication in the workplace

-Responsible behavior in the job center.

-Respect to the procedures and rules of the work center.

-Interpreting and diligently performing the instructions received.

-Recognition of the organization's production process.

-Using the communication channels set in the job center.

-Adequation to the company's work rate.

-Tracking the regulations for risk prevention, occupational health and environmental protection.

IV. PRESCRIPTIONS OF TRAINERS

Modules

Required Accreditation

Professional experience required in the scope of the competency

With accreditation

No

accrediting

MF1414_3:

Organization and Management of Image Lab Processes

-Licensed, engineer, architect, or corresponding degree title or other equivalent titles.

-Diplomate, technical engineer, technical architect, or corresponding degree title or other equivalent titles

-Top Technician in image

2 years

5 years

MF1415_3:

Managing the scanning, imaging, digital treatment, and photographic film processing processes

- Graduate, engineer, architect or corresponding degree of degree or other equivalent qualifications.

-Diplomat, technical engineer, technical architect or corresponding degree of degree or other equivalent qualifications

-Top Technician in Image

2 years

5 years

MF1416_3:

Positivate, Print, and Process Management photo finish

-Licensed, engineer, architect, or corresponding degree degree or other equivalent titles.

-Diplomate, technical engineer, architect technical or corresponding degree of degree or other equivalent titles

-Image

2 years

5 years

V. MINIMUM SPACES, FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

Forming Space

Surface m2

15 pupils

Surface m2

25 pupils

Classroom.

45

Lab.

120

120

Forming Space

M1

M2

M3

X

X

X

X

Lab.

X

X

X

Forming Space

Equipment

Classroom.

-Audio-visual equipment.

-network-installed PCs, projection canon, and internet.

-Specialty-specific software.

-Pizars to write with marker.

- Flip-chart.

-Classroom material.

-Table and chair for trainer.

-Messes and chairs for students

-Processors.

-Time and Temperature Control Instruments.

-Time and Temperature Control Instruments.

revealed.

-Measure Utiles.

-Chemicals

-Color and b/n films in different formats.

-Amplifiers.

-Printers.

-Analyzing color.

-Test traps.

-Costume and security items.

-Capture devices.

-Devices digitizers.

-Measurement and control devices on the color.

-Print devices.

-normalized light.

It should not be interpreted that the various identified learning spaces should necessarily be differentiated by closure.

The facilities and equipment must comply with the relevant industrial and sanitary sanitary regulations and respond to the universal accessibility and safety measures of the participants.

The number of units to be provided with the tools, machines and tools specified in the training spaces will be sufficient for a minimum of 15 students and must be increased, in their case, to attend to the top number.

In the event that the training is addressed to persons with disabilities, the adaptations and reasonable adjustments will be made to ensure their participation in equal conditions.