Technical Skills Training Materials

We offer a wide range of Technical (Hard Skills) training material.

Technical skills (hard) are specific, teachable abilities that can be defined and are easy to quantify. Hard skills are learned through training on the job or in the classroom.

Our technical training material is developed to suit your company’s specific needs and operational requirements and can be unit standard aligned if required.  You have ownership of the training material which means that the courses can be facilitated by your own trainers or supervisors.

Technical Training Topics

What are the main components of the machine, the operating principles of the machine. This defines the terms used to describe the machine and the components throughout the rest of the document.

This section also identifies the location of safety devices such as emergency stop buttons.

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A lock-out is a safety procedure used in industry to ensure that potentially dangerous machines and equipment are properly shut off and cannot be started up again before the completion of maintenance activities.

This can include starting ventilation systems in the case of combustible materials e.g. dust, vapours etc.

Are there any specific hazards that need to be considered before operating the machine? What safety equipment should the operator be wearing?

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What are the specific checks that need to be performed before starting the machine e.g. cleaning checks, inspection checks, availability of raw materials or packaging material etc.

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How should the machine be started? Is there a specific sequence of activities that need to be performed to get the process running at the optimal settings?

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What are the required processing settings e.g. speeds, temperatures, pressures etc.

What are the specific quality checks that need to be performed e.g. colour, weight, dimensions? Where is this information recorded?

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How to safely shut-down the machine? What documentation should be completed?

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How is the machine changed from product to another? Do parts get changed? What is the sequence to follow to change the parts so that they do not get damage and that the changeover is completed efficiently which in turn reduces machine downtime.

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What are the cleaning and sanitizing requirements for your business? Do all your employees clean to the same standard?

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Customised Technical Training Material

The aim of this course is to provide learners with an introduction to the Occupational Health and Safety Act, as well as Health and Safety procedures, personal protective equipment and clothing, potential work hazards, safety signage and symbols. This course will also familiarise learners with the procedures relating to first aid and what to do in the case of an accident or emergency.

  • SAFETY PROCEDURES
  • PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT AND CLOTHING
  • SAFETY SIGNS AND SYMBOLS
  • FIRST AID
  • SAFE KNIFE PRACTICES
  • COMPRESSED AIR
  • EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Understand the OHSA, the duties of the employer, employee and safety representatives.
  • Know what safety equipment is available and what to use for their job function
  • Identify different types of protective clothing and know what is relevant to which job function.
  • Identify fire safety signs and equipment and explain fire safety practices
  • Identify various safety signs and symbols.
  • Understand the procedures to follow with regards to first aid, emergencies and accidents

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The aim of this course is to introduce learners to the processes of forming and cutting dough. This course will provide learners with knowledge and skills regarding the rotary moulding process, sheeting, gauging and cutting process, laminating process, and how to perform first line maintenance and control stock of layering powder and toppings.

  • INTRODUCTION TO DOUGH FORMING
  • ROTARY MOULDING PROCESS
  • SHEETING, GAUGING AND CUTTING PROCESS
  • LAMINATING PROCESS
  • EXTRUSION WIRE CUT PROCESS
  • EXTRUSION ROUT PRESS PROCESS
  • PERFORMING FIRST LINE MAINTENANCE
  • CONTROLLING STOCK OF LAYERING POWDER AND TOPPINGS
  • HEALTH AND FOOD SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Understand the process of forming and cutting dough
  • Understand the rotary moulding process
  • Understand the sheeting, gauging and cutting process
  • Understand the laminating process
  • Understand the extrusion wire cut process
  • Understand the extrusion rout press process
  • Know how to perform first line maintenance
  • Control stock of layering powder and toppings
  • Know the health and food safety requirements

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The aim of this course is to provide learners with the ability and skills to perform first line maintenance on moulding machines and equipment to ensure operational efficiency. Learners will also learn how to use one-point lessons to share knowledge and information with their teams.

  • PURPOSE AND BENEFITS OF FIRST LINE MAINTENANCE
  • APPROACHES TO MAINTENANCE
  • PERFORMING FIRST LINE MAINTENANCE
  • CLEANING, HOUSEKEEPING AND INSPECTION
  • IDENTIFY AND DEAL WITH PROBLEMS DURING CHECKS
  • WALKABOUT MAINTENANCE
  • INTRODUCTION TO ONE-POINT LESSON

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Understand the purpose and benefits of first line maintenance
  • Understand the different approaches to maintenance
  • Work safely when performing maintenance tasks
  • Interpret walkabout and lubrication maintenance schedules
  • Perform walkabout and lubrication maintenance tasks
  • Identify safety issues and worn or damaged components on machines
  • Understand the procedure to follow when reporting potential mechanical malfunctions
  • Interpret a machine manual and develop a maintenance schedule
  • Develop and present a one-point lesson
  • Know the health and food safety requirements

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The aim of this course is to provide learners with an understanding of the types of food safety standards for packaging, the importance of hygiene and its impact on the manufacturing of food containers along with understanding of the types of hygienic hazards, how to identify them and prevent them from impacting on the manufacture of food containers.

  • FOOD PACKAGING’S ROLE IN FOOD SAFETY
  • INTRODUCTION TO ISO 22000
  • INTRODUCTION TO PAS 223
  • INTRODUCTION TO FSSC 22000

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Know the factors that are considered regarding food packaging safety
  • Know the benefits and advantages of food safety standards
  • Understand the consequences of losing food safety certification
  • Know who should use ISO 22000
  • Understand the four critical elements required to become ISO 22000 certified
  • Know the four main types of food safety hazards
  • Understand the purpose of PAS 223
  • Understand the relationship of PAS 223 to ISO 22000
  • Understand the terms and definitions used in PAS 223
  • Know what FSSC 22000 is and it’s additional requirements are

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The aim of this course is to provide learners with the knowledge and skills required to select, safely use and care for a range of engineering hand tools used when performing mould changes, machine maintenance and lubrication tasks. Learners will also be able to perform their tasks more safely and efficiently and reduce the chance of injury.

  • HAND TOOL SAFETY AND STORAGE
  • IDENTIFYING MECHANICAL FASTENERS
  • SELECTING AND USING MEASURING EQUIPMENT
  • SELECTING AND USING VICES AND CLAMPS
  • SELECTING AND USING SCREWDRIVERS
  • SELECTING AND USING SPANNERS, RATCHETS AND SOCKETS
  • SELECTING AND USING PLIERS
  • SELECTING AND USING SAWS AND SHEARS
  • SELECTING AND USING FILES AND SCRAPERS
  • SELECTING AND USING HAMMERS AND STRUCK TOOLS
  • MISCELLANEOUS HAND TOOLS

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Identify and explain the uses of engineering hand tools
  • Discuss the implications of incorrect or inappropriate use of tools that could lead to injury and damage to materials
  • Use engineering hand tools correctly
  • Identify and report unsafe or faulty engineering hand tools
  • Clean and maintain engineering hand tools
  • Store engineering hand tools

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The aim of this course is to provide learners with the knowledge of how to read and interpret a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), and the skills to be able to handle, dilute and store chemicals safely in accordance with a Chemical Risk Assessment.

  • WHERE AND IN WHAT FORM ARE CHEMICALS FOUND?
  • CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT
  • CHEMICAL RISK TO HEALTH
  • USING CHEMICALS SAFELY
  • THE ROLE OF THE MSDS
  • EXPOSURE CONTROL / PERSONAL PROTECTION
  • HANDLING AND STORAGE
  • ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Explain where and in what form chemicals are found
  • Describe the requirements of a Chemical Risk Assessment
  • Understand the role of the MSDS
  • Identify the PPE and PPC required using the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
  • Understand the procedure to follow with regard to storage and handling of chemicals
  • Use a cleaning schedule to monitor and control hygiene in a factory
  • Mix and use chemicals according to the MSDS

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The aim of this course is to teach learners the importance of  housekeeping in providing a pleasant workplace. Learners will become increasingly aware of their role in creating a pleasing environment, and learn how essential good housekeeping is to safety in the workplace.

  • THE PURPOSE AND SIGNIFICANCE OF HOUSEKEEPING
  • ROLES IN HOUSEKEEPING
  • ELEMENTS OF A HOUSEKEEPING PROGRAMME
  • HOUSEKEEPING INSPECTIONS
  • MONITORING HOUSEKEEPING IN THE WORKPLACE

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Understand the purpose of good housekeeping
  • Understand how housekeeping affects customer perceptions
  • Understand tidiness, image and pride in relation to housekeeping
  • Perform roles in the housekeeping process
  • Know your housekeeping responsibilities
  • Know the elements of a housekeeping programme
  • Know how to follow housekeeping standards
  • Understand how housekeeping is monitored

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The aim of this course is to provide learners with an understanding of the basic principles of hydraulics, the application within the plastics manufacturing industry and the skills required to perform routine checks and maintenance on hydraulic components.

  • HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
  • COMPONENTS OF THE POWER SUPPLY SECTION
  • FLOW CONTROL COMPONENTS
  • DIRECTIONAL CONTROL VALVES AND CYLINDERS
  • MID-POSITION AND PILOTED VALVES
  • MAINTAINING HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS ON MACHINES

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Read and interpret basic diagrams and symbols
  • Recognise the properties of hydraulic fluids
  • Understand the procedure to follow in inspecting hydraulic components
  • Understand the common causes of wear to hydraulic components
  • Identify methods of flow control: pressure, flow, direction
  • Identify any worn or damaged parts or components
  • Identify any safety issues related to the machinery and equipment
  • Identify type of oil required
  • Interpret a Material Safety Data Sheet
  • Check oil levels and top up as required
  • Identify basic physical hydraulic components on plastics processing equipment
  • Strip and reassemble hydraulic cylinders

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The aim of this course is to provide learners with an understanding of the basic principles of pneumatics and vacuum technology and the application within the plastics manufacturing industry and the skills required to perform routine checks and maintenance on pneumatic components.

  • COMPRESSED AIR GENERATION AND SUPPLY
  • CONTROL VALVES AND ACTUATORS
  • FLOW CONTROL SYSTEMS
  • PRESSURE-DEPENDANT CONTROL SYSTEMS
  • VACUUM TECHNOLOGY
  • MAINTAINING PNEUMATIC COMPONENTS ON MACHINES

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Read and interpret basic diagrams and symbols
  • Understand the function of linear and rotary actuators
  • Identify methods of flow control: pressure, flow, direction
  • Understand the procedure to follow in inspecting pneumatics components
  • Understand common causes of wear to pneumatics components
  • Identify any worn or damaged parts or components
  • Identity type of lubricant and top up when required
  • Interpret Material Safety Data Sheet
  • Identify basic physical pneumatic components on the plastics processing equipment and on the plastics processing equipment and on the machine drawings
  • Strip and reassemble pneumatic cylinders

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The aim of this course is to provide learners with an understanding of the hazards associated with electricity, and of basic electrical components on injection, extrusion blow- or stretch blow-moulding equipment. Learners will also gain knowledge regarding the reading of electrical diagrams and symbols.

  • WORKING SAFELY WITH ELECTRICITY
  • VOLTAGE, CURRENT AND RESISTANCE
  • DIRECT AND ALTERNATING CURRENT
  • ELECTRICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
  • ELECTRICAL SENSORS AND COMPONENTS

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Understand the principles of electricity
  • Understand hazards associated with electricity
  • Understand lock-out procedures
  • Understand voltage, current and resistance
  • Understand the use of Ohm’s Law in calculating voltage, resistance and current
  • Understand direct or alternating current
  • Understand basic AC/DC motor theory
  • Demonstrate basic knowledge of electrical test instruments
  • Understand the operation of different types of sensors
  • List and explain the various electrical components
  • Understand common causes of wear to electrical components
  • Read and interpret basic diagrams and symbols
  • Understand the basics of the PLC control system

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The aim of this course is to introduce learners to the process of baking, and to provide them with the knowledge and skills required to operate, shut-down and clean an oven and how to perform first line maintenance.

  • INTRODUCTION TO BAKING
  • OPERATING AN OVEN
  • SHUTTING-DOWN AND CLEANING AN OVEN
  • PERFORMING FIRST LINE MAINTENANCE

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Understand the process and stages of baking
  • Know the difference between heat and temperature
  • Know the types of tunnel ovens
  • Know the types of oven brands
  • Know the key oven parts
  • Know how to operate an oven
  • Know how to shut-down and clean an oven
  • Know how to perform first line maintenance
  • Know health and food safety requirements

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The aim of this introductory course is to provide learners with the basic knowledge required to identify and explain the purpose and operation of different types of bearings, and the skills to perform condition monitoring on bearings.

  • INTRODUCTION TO BEARINGS
  • IDENTIFICATION OF BEARINGS
  • CONDITION MONITORING OF BEARINGS

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Understand what bearings are
  • Understand how bearings are constructed
  • Identify different types of bearings
  • Identify bearing bush materials
  • Understand the common causes of bearing failure
  • Perform condition monitoring on bearings

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The aim of this introductory course is to provide learners with basic knowledge required regarding lubricating oils and greases.

  • INTRODUCTION TO LUBRICATION
  • LUBRICATING OILS
  • LUBRICATING GREASE
  • LUBRICATION SYSTEMS AND METHODS

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Understand the reasons for lubricating mechanical components
  • Identify the various types of lubricants and their appropriate uses
  • Identify different types of lubricating systems

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The aim of this introductory course is to provide learners with the ability and skills required to identify and explain the purpose and operation of different types of mechanical components, and how to maintain the components.

  • INTRODUCTION TO MECHANICAL COMPONENTS
  • INTRODUCTION TO MOTORS AND COUPLINGS
  • INTRODUCTION TO MECHANICAL DRIVES
  • INTRODUCTION TO PUMPS

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Explain the purpose and operation of gears, drives and couplings
  • Understand common causes of wear to mechanical components
  • Identify and name main mechanical components

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The aim of this course is to provide learners with an understanding of the purpose of labelling and the regulations that need to be followed during the labelling process. Learners will also acquire knowledge and skills regarding the stages of labelling, various labelling methods, the application control process, methods of date coding, and the operating of inkjet coding equipment.

  • OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH, SAFETY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
  • LABELS AND LABELLING REGULATIONS
  • COLD GLUE LABELLING PROCESS
  • OPERATING A LABELLING MACHINE
  • DATE CODING

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Understand the importance of occupational health and safety
  • Understand the purpose of labelling and importance of labelling regulations
  • Understand the various labelling methods
  • Understand the principles of operations for different types of labelling
  • Understand the labelling stages
  • Understand the cold glue labelling process
  • Understand the application control process
  • Understand labelling quality and first line maintenance
  • Understand the methods of date coding

Understand how to operate inkjet coding equipment

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The aim of this course is to provide learners with the skills and abilities to effectively manage the flow of stock in the store unit in order to enable their organisation to efficiently and effectively satisfy customers.

  • STORAGE CONTROL CHALLENGES
  • CLASSIFYING PRODUCTS
  • RECEIVING AND STORING GOODS FOR SHIPMENT
  • TIME MANAGEMENT
  • HOUSEKEEPING
  • SAFETY IN STORES
  • BAR CODES
  • PICKING SLIPS
  • STOCK LOCATIONS
  • STOCK TAKES
  • PREPARING FOR AND LOADING DELIVERY VEHICLES

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Classify products using various methods
  • Understand the process of receiving or storing goods for shipment using finished goods receiving reports and delivery reports
  • Understand the importance of time management
  • Understand the importance of housekeeping and performing weekly housekeeping inspections
  • Understand the importance of safety and the elimination of hazards
  • Understand the significance of bar codes and the bar code scanning system
  • Understand the importance of the information provided by picking slips
  • Identify and keep track of where goods are stored
  • Understand the purpose and process of performing stock takes
  • Understand the process of preparing for delivery and loading delivery vehicles

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The aim of this course is to provide learners with the knowledge and skills required to select, use and care for a range of measuring and test equipment pertaining to mould changes and product testing.

  • UNITS AND MEASUREMENTS
  • CALIBRATION & PARALLAX ERROR
  • USING MEASURING EQUIPMENT
  • GEOMETRICAL SHAPES
  • MEASURING, ESTIMATING & CALCULATING

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Understand basic units of measure and symbols
  • Select and use engineering measuring equipment
  • Care for and maintain measuring equipment
  • Recognise and report problems, changes and/or malfunctions while working
  • Work safely with due care for self, fellow workers, equipment, materials and the environment
  • Estimate, measure and calculate physical quantities to solve problems in practical situations
  • Explore transformations of two-dimensional geometric figures

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The aim of this course is to introduce learners to mixing and dough making, and provide them with knowledge and skills to prepare for mixing and dough making and operating and shutting-down mixing and dough making equipment.

  • INTRODUCTION TO MIXING AND DOUGH MAKING
  • PREPARING TO MIX AND MAKE DOUGH
  • OPERATING MIXING AND DOUGH MAKING EQUIPMENT
  • SHUTTING-DOWN MIXING AND DOUGH MAKING EQUIPMENT

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Understand the process of biscuit making
  • Know the different types of ingredients used to make dough
  • Know the different types of dough making machines and weighing equipment
  • Understand the importance of food safety
  • Understand the responsibilities of a machine operator
  • Know how to mix the dough
  • Know how to inspect the quality of the dough
  • Know how to tip the dough
  • Understand and perform shut-down and lock-out procedures
  • Handle unused food raw materials

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Aim of this course is to introduce learners to operating and monitoring of drilling machines. Learners will gain knowledge of drilling machine safety precautions, the various types of drilling machines and types of measuring equipment, and will be introduced to grinding machines.

  • GENERAL SHOP SAFETY
  • INTRODUCTION TO DRILL PRESS MACHINES
  • TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
  • MARKING OFF WORK
  • GENERAL DRILLING OPERATIONS
  • INTRODUCTION TO GRINDING MACHINES

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Understand general shop safety
  • Identify characteristics and types of drilling machines
  • Understand drilling machine safety precautions
  • Identify types of twist drills, cutters and drill holding devices
  • Know how to mark off using a datum point and datum lines
  • Identify types of measuring equipment
  • Understand general drilling operations
  • Identify types of grinding machines and grinding wheels

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The aim of this course is to provide learners with the ability and skills to perform routine maintenance on moulding machines to ensure operational efficiency. This course introduces learners to the importance of lubrication and will equip the learner to clean and lubricate machines.

  • MAINTENANCE AND LUBRICATION
  • WORKING SAFELY WHEN LUBRICATING
  • PREPARE AND CARE FOR LUBRICATION TOOLS
  • USING LUBRICATION TOOLS
  • OVERALL MACHINE MAINTENANCE

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Understand the definition and principles of routine maintenance
  • Know the value of preventative maintenance
  • Plan and prepare for routine maintenance
  • Use maintenance schedules
  • Perform maintenance and repairs
  • Complete checklists after performing maintenance and repairs

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The aim of this course is to provide learners with knowledge of personal safety in the workplace with regard to legislation, personal safety work practices, food safety management systems, and the importance of dealing with emergencies through the relevant emergency role players.

  • OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT
  • SAFETY SIGNS AND SYMBOLS
  • PERSONAL SAFE WORKING PRACTICES
  • EMERGENCIES
  • FOOD SAFETY AND FOOD SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  • FOOD SAFETY HAZARDS

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Understand the purpose of safety legislation in the workplace
  • Know the employer’s and employee’s rights and responsibilities regarding safety
  • Know the meaning of safety signs and symbols in the workplace
  • Know the purpose of personal protective clothing and safety gear
  • Understand personal safety practices and security procedures
  • Know how to handle and store raw materials, final products or chemicals
  • Know how to operate and work around equipment safely
  • Know the procedures to be followed in the case of an emergency
  • Understand the responsibilities of the role players in emergency situations
  • Understand good manufacturing practices through the use of a food safety management system
  • Know the actions to be taken to prevent each category of hazard from contaminating the food products

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The aim of this course is to provide learners with an understanding of quality standards and how to monitor the quality of both input materials and finished goods through performing a range of product checks and tests.

  • QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  • QUALITY IMPLEMENTATION AT WORK
  • PRODUCT ANALYSIS
  • QUALITY CONTROL TESTS
  • COMMUNICATION AND REPORTING CHANNELS

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Conduct visual checks on incoming materials and components and the manufactured product
  • Measure products, components and materials
  • Conduct operational on-line tests
  • Use and store measuring instruments and equipment correctly and safely
  • Recognise defects
  • Mark or remove defective materials, products or components
  • Record production
  • Record and report all defective products, components and materials
  • Report incidents and deviations
  • Receive and respond to instructions, information or communications
  • Maintain a clean and tidy work environment

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The aim of this course is to introduce learners to engineering drawings and provide them with the knowledge and skills to read and interpret engineering drawings.

  • IMPORTANCE OF READING DRAWINGS
  • TYPES OF ENGINEERING DRAWINGS
  • BASIC TYPES OF LINES
  • BASIC TYPES OF SYMBOLS
  • DIMENSIONS AND HOLE POSITIONS
  • PROJECTION OF DRAWINGS
  • USING DRAWINGS TO SELECT COMPONENTS

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Understand the importance of reading drawings
  • Identify various types of engineering drawings
  • Identify basic types of lines
  • Identify basic types of symbols
  • Understand dimensions and hole positions
  • Understand the fundamental principle of projection
  • Understand how to use drawings to select required components and tools

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The aim of this course is to provide learners with an understanding of safe work practices, while complying with all safety legislation and workplace health and safety procedures to ensure a safe and productive work environment.

  • SAFETY PROCEDURES
  • INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITIES
  • HAZARDS
  • SAFE WORKING PRACTICES

At the end of this course learners will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the current legislation in relation to safety procedures are work
  • Use personal protective equipment
  • Identify safety signage and the purpose of colour coding
  • Understand the importance of machine and electrical safety
  • Perform housekeeping duties in work area
  • Know the hazards related to chemical, compressed air, welding and hot work
  • Understand and apply safe working practices with respect to working at heights, lifting, pushing, pulling and wheeling
  • Identify and respond to unsafe or potentially unsafe conditions, incidents or acts that may occur

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