Course - Materials Science and Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) - YFLF2001
YFLF2001 - Materials Science and Health, Safety and Environment (HSE)
This course is no longer taught and is only available for examination.
Materials theory: Structure, properties, applications, production, characterization and testing of materials. Materials life cycle and environmental impact. HSE: Internal control regulations, structure of internal control system, risk assessments, non-conformity treatment, audit of internal control system. Education Act §9a. Didactics: Teaching planning adapted to different student groups from 8-13. grades, with the development of teaching related to the subjects of material science and HSE.
- Has basic knowledge of the structure of materials, and how this affects properties and applications - Has basic knowledge of production, characterization and testing of materials
- Have knowledge of the material's life cycle and environmental impact
- Know the content of the Internal Control Regulations and what requirements it places on building an internal control system. - Know the contents of Chapter 3 of the Education Act and its regulations, and how these can be implemented in their own teaching practice.
- Has knowledge of curricula on 8-13. steps where material learning and HSE can be implemented
- Can discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using selected materials
- Can identify different materials and justify the use of a material
- Can plan and execute project work in groups.
- Can contribute to the work of building and maintaining an internal control system in a production engineering environment.
- Can plan, implement, assess and document teaching and training
- Understands the importance of preventive health environment and safety work and can communicate this both in writing and orally in their own teaching programs.
- Can present project work in writing and orally and with the help of digital tools
- Can apply their vocational, professional didactic and technological knowledge
Learning methods and activities
The course includes teaching seminars, preparation and self-study in advance and between the seminars. The working methods varies and may include lectures, group work, discussions, presentations, material laboratory tours, exercises and project work.
- 80% mandatory participation
- Oral presentation
Further on evaluation
Two partial assessments; written exam (50%) and semester exam (50%). The result of the partial assessments, and the final grade is indicated by a letter grade. All the partial assessments must be passed (minimum E) to pass the course. In the case of a re-sit semester exam, a written semester exam can be converted into an oral semester exam. All mandatory activities must be approved in order to have a final grade. Mandatory activities are exercises, oral presentation and 80% attendance at teaching seminars. The number of exercises required to be approved is stated at the start of the semester.
Admission to a programme of study is required:
Vocational Teacher Education (BYRK)
Recommended previous knowledge
YFL1001 - Management of learning processes
Required previous knowledge
Access to the course requires admission to the study programme Bachelor of Professional Studies (BYRK), NTNU, Trondheim.
Grøndalen Ø., (2002), Materials theory, Fagbokforlaget Internal Control Regulations Education Act §9a Support Literature: Sandaker B.N., Sandvik M. and Vik B., (2003), Materials Knowledge, Construction Industry Publishers (BNF) Various literature given at the start of the semester.
Credits: 7.5 SP
Study level: Intermediate course, level II
Language of instruction: Norwegian
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Health, Safety and Environment
- * The location (room) for a written examination is published 3 days before examination date. If more than one room is listed, you will find your room at Studentweb.
For more information regarding registration for examination and examination procedures, see "Innsida - Exams"