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MSD PROGRAMS COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

BASIC SKILLS YEAR

COURSES

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Course Description

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BSCA 1201

Computer Application I

0

3

1

3

This is an introductory computer course that provides trainees with basic knowledge of using computers and MS Office Applications which they will utilize in their workplace for doing day-to-day operations. This is a complete lab based course where trainees will learn the computer fundamentals, windows operating system and acquire basic skills in using word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation software. The knowledge and skills that they will acquire from this course will enhance their academic pursuits, and will be of immediate value to their personal and career-related goals.

2

BSED 1101

Engineering Drafting

0

3

1

3

This course introduces the trainees to technical drafting skills. It deals with the basics of freehand sketching and the use of standard drafting instruments to prepare drawings. Geometric constructions, and principles of projection. The course prepares the student to understand read and construct orthographic project ions and pictorial drawings of simple objects.

3

BSEN 1102

English I

15

5

7

20

It is a first-semester general English course (CEFR Level A1-A2) designed for high school graduates seeking to pursue their undergraduate studies in the Colleges or Institutes of the Royal Commission at Yanbu, where the medium of instruction is English. This course is part of the Foundation Year English Program and follows an integrated approach in teaching the four basic skills of Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking, with a focus on fluency and accuracy. In addition, this course will make extensive use of audio-visual aids so as to give students more opportunities to interact with the language in a more relaxed environment.

4

BSEN 1201

English II

15

5

7

20

It is an English course (CEFR Level A2-B1) designed for students preparing for specialized undergraduate studies within the Royal Commission for Yanbu’s Colleges and Institutes, where the medium of instruction is English. The course is part of the RCYCI’s Foundation Program and is offered to second-semester students. It follows an integrated approach in teaching the four basic skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking, and focuses on fluency and accuracy. This course makes extensive use of audio-visual aids and other interactive content so as to provide students with opportunities to interact with the language in an environment conducive to independent learning.

5

BSHS 1201

Occupational Health & Safety

0

2

1

2

This Course shows

  • Useful and practical ideas on key topics such as Accidents and preventions, Hazard awareness, Personal protective equipment, Fire prevention, working postures, Working premises, Electrical hazards and preventions, etc.

  • The emphasis is on practical, low-cost and locally identified measures to improve working conditions and workplaces.

  • The modules address basics safety and health concerns.

  • How to take simple, effective, and low-cost action which improves safety and health at the workplace and at the same time raises productivity.

  • The training method encourages owners and operators to make concrete improvements at the shop-floor level.

  • The methodology is based on pilot studies, extensive field experience and careful analysis of the real needs of informal sector operators.

6

BSIB 1101

Islamic Culture & Work Place Behavior

3

0

3

3

The course is in Arabic. It introduces some important Islamic ethics that a trainee should have inside work place, together with some soft skills and work place behaviors that are needed to be followed inside the work place. It covers properties and resources of Islamic culture, relations with supervisors, emphasis of Islamic ethics inside work, international experiences regarding good behaviors at work, planning for assignments, leadership and principles of time management.

7

BSMA 1201

Mathematics

4

0

4

4

The course provides the assistant technician with basic mathematical knowledge and skills needed to help him understanding the basic technical courses in different majors. The course contains basics of numeracy, algebra, geometry, trigonometry and presentation of statistical data. Pedagogically graded problem solving exercises are used to build and strengthen the knowledge base of the subject.

8

BSWP 1101

Workshop Practices

0

3

1

3

This is a basic course; the sole purpose is to provide practical instruction on basic technician hand skills needed by the trainees during their study and in their future careers. The course involves trainees in practical work and observations in the applied workshops and laboratories at YTI. This includes welding, machining, bench fitting, rigging, Mechanical Maintenance.

9

ENGL 2101

English Communication

3

0

3

3

It is a first-semester ESP course designed for students who have successfully completed the Foundation Program and are now enrolled in the Associate Degree programs in the Royal Commission at Yanbu’s colleges and institutes division. The course solely focuses on communication for the workplace. Students are exposed to the elements of business letters and to the basics of oral communication in professional settings. Students will write inquiry, order, claim, and adjustment letters, and actively take part in group discussions, debates, and deliver effective oral presentations.

TECHNICAL SKILLS YEAR

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Course Description

 

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ICMT 2101

Industrial Measurement Technology

2

3

3

5

Trainees are introduced modern measurement processes, wherein the parameter to be measured is sensed and converted to an electrical signal for processing and display. The apparatus and methods used to perform this task include the use of a wide range of transducers and conditioning circuits that are usually interface to computers for final signal processing and display. This course highlights this measurement process and the operation of the electronic circuit and systems that enable it. Pressure, temperature, displacement, load, flow, torque, level and vibration measurement will be studied.

Students will be exposed to the real world instrumentation and measurement system during their lab sessions.

2

ICMT 2102

Condition Monitoring: Techniques &

Applications

1

6

3

7

Trainees learn to achieve reliable operation of industrial machinery, effective condition monitoring techniques. Understand robust information about the condition of systems to support decision making in order to reduce maintenance costs. It involves vibration analysis, acoustic emission monitoring, oil debris analysis and information from other sensors.

3

ICMT 2103

Alignment & Balancing

1

6

3

7

In industrial environments, maintenance teams need to get machines repaired and put back into service as quickly as possible. But the job isn’t complete without precision alignment. In this course the student will learn simple mathematical calculations, measuring systems and their comparisons this course provide both beginner and intermediate trainees with  an understanding of shaft alignment, single and dual-plane balancing techniques, they will learn to record and compile the data acquire during alignment and balancing process.

4

ICMT 2104

Oil & Acoustic Emission Analysis

1

3

2

4

In this course the trainees will learn how to properly sample, monitor health and detect additive, Contamination control, and Machine fault detection and debris analysis. They will read and interpret oil analysis reports.

The course instructs the trainees on all aspects of acoustic emission testing, sensing the AE Wave, Instrumentation and Signal Processing and Applications of AE Testing. The trainees will set up and perform acoustic emission testing.

5

ICMT 2201

Vibration Analysis and Diagnostics

2

6

4

8

This course is to provide the basic knowledge and skills in depicting a real problem in engineering practice and solve it by using laws of physics in a logical and organized manner. Applied Mechanics involves the study of forces and their effects acting on the bodies in equilibrium without motion, Statics or moving with constant velocity, Dynamics. Problem solving activities are used to build and strengthen the knowledge base of the subject.

6

ICMT 2202

Component Failure Analysis

1

3

2

4

Failure analysis of mechanical components requires an understanding of different failure modes that exist for any given system. Frequently two or more modes contribute to a component failure. It will present an introduction to the principles of failure analysis and the fundamental aspects to conduct a failure analysis investigation. This course focuses failure analysis for industrial equipment, turbomachinery and rotating components in a wide range of applications. Failure Analysis involves the phenomena like Creep, Fatigue, Structural resonance, Crack initiation & propagation, Corrosion, Spalling & pitting and Fretting & wear. The investigative techniques like Visual examination, Impact, tensile and hardness

testing, NDT are utilized.

7

ICMT 2203

Turbomachinery Transient Analysis

1

3

2

4

This course teaches the systematic analysis of turbo machinery. It provides reviews basic thermodynamics and fluid mechanics, types of turbo machines, 2-D cascades, Principles of operation of compressors and pumps, centrifugal pumps, axial-flow pumps, axial-flow turbines, and radial-flow turbines, heat exchangers along with their steady and transient analysis. Convective heat and mass transfer in pipes and from external surfaces will be studied.

8

ICMT 2204

Thermography

1

3

2

4

This course is designed to use infrared camera users or practicing thermographs for mechanical inspection. This course discusses typical mechanical problems and their potential impact on the operation of a facility. Learn how to perform infrared mechanical inspections, document IR survey results and prepare reports. This two-day course focuses on commercial and industrial mechanical systems from valves, heat exchangers, bearings, belt drives, gear boxes, tanks, insulation systems, HVAC, etc... Performing infrared mechanical inspections and preparing reports are discussed in light of infrared camera equipment needed, safety and efficiency.

9

ICMT 2205

Remote Visual Inspection

1

3

2

4

In Remote Visual Inspection, RVI, trainee learn visual inspection which uses visual aids including video technology to allow an inspector to look at objects and materials from a distance because the objects are inaccessible or are in dangerous environments. The trainee assesses the "health" and operability of fixed and portable assets.

It enables to access the internal structure or cavities of critical power generation components, to measure and digitally record the images and associated information which can be viewed and assessed at remote locations.

10

ICMT 2210

Applied Project for ICMT

1

6

3

7

This course provides the technician to work on near to real maintenance issue. They work in teams. Project work may involve use of various CM techniques for the measurement of various parameters related to the mechanical condition of the machinery, viz. Vibration, Bearing temperature, Oil pressure, Oil debris, and Performance.

This makes it possible to determine whether or not the machinery is in good mechanical condition. If the mechanical condition is bad, then to determine the cause of the problem. Condition monitoring is used in conjunction with predictive maintenance.

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Course Description

 

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ICNO 2101

CNC Machine Tool Technology

1

6

3

7

In this course the Students receive an overview of the set-up and control of computerized numerical control (CNC) machine operations. Topics discussed include lathe and mill operations, inspection procedures and maintenance activities. Students learn to analyze program problems and utilize basic editing operations though G-code programs in the manual data input (MDI) functions.

12

ICNO 2201

CNC Turn Operations

1

5

3

6

This course enables the beginning CNC Operator to apply the fundamental principles and applications of setup and operations to a CNC Lathe. This course will cover setups and maintenance of tool holders, tooling & work holding adjustments of work and tool offsets, multiple CNC turn operations including 3D simulations with both Fanuc and Sinumerik interfaces.

13

ICNO 2202

CNC Mill Operations

1

5

3

6

This course introduces CNC Mill operation. The operators will work in small groups on industrial sized CNC Milling Machine of 20 tool holder tool magazine. 3D simulations and dry run operations will be performed before actual operations with both Fanuc and Sinumerik interfaces. The operator will also be able to perform common inspection processes.

14

ICNO 2203

CNC Programing

1

3

2

4

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to G & M code programming. The programmers often rely on computer-assisted programming software to effectively create part programs. Part programs consist of blocks, which contain words that are combination of a letter address and a numerical value. F, S and T codes sets the feed, speed and cutting tool functions. After completing the course, the users will be able to describe how the code programming is used to create a part program.

15

ICNO 2204

Master CAM

1

3

2

4

Master Cam is a computer-aided design software tool for the manufacturing industry; machinists and numerical control programmers use it for the design and manufacture of products and parts. This comprehensive CNC program has been designed to prepare the participant for many careers in the manufacturing industry and machine shop environment.

Participants will be able to understand and apply Computerized Numerical Control technology (CNC) from basic to advanced applications. Participants will also be developing CNC programs for various CNC machines such as drills, mills, machining centers and lathes, using verifiable manual and computerized methods of part program preparation. The focus of the program is on practical industrial applications, problem solving and professional approach.

16

ICNO 2205

CNC Machining

2

3

3

5

This course introduces the concepts and capabilities of computer numerical control (CNC) machine tools. It provides basic processes associated with CNC machining. Topics include safety, equipment set-up, holding fixtures, tooling, cutting speeds and depths, metal properties, and proper finishes. The trainee perform operation, and basic applications, machine protection, data input, program preparation, and program storage.

In workshop, the trainee demonstrates advanced machining operations, accurately measure components, and produce accurate components with a proper finish

17

ICNO 2210

Applied Project for ICNO

1

6

3

7

The Trainee will apply CNC operating, set-up, and programming skills on various types of CNC equipment. It will involve writing part programs, setting up the machines and producing parts to specifications. Debugging, troubleshooting and program improvements will be required.

18

IDRT 2101

Metrology

1

3

2

4

Learn to use precision measurement tools, Collect data on a sample and calculate the mean, median and standard deviation. Learn how these concepts relate to statistical sampling, tolerance and quality control. Read mechanical drawings, to select the proper tools for inspecting parts and in preparing quality control/inspection reports.

19

IDRT 2102

Technical

Drafting

1

3

2

4

Learn about topics like geometrics, sectional views and multi-view drawing. Study lettering, tolerance and dimensioning.

20

IDRT 2103

AutoCAD-I

1

5

3

6

Produce 2D drawings on a Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) microcomputer using AutoCAD software. Identify the User interface, commands, system variables, AutoCAD drawings, drawing theory, initial settings, drawing objects, constructing and editing 2D geometry, correcting errors, object verification, measurement, controlling graphic display,

grids, text, layers, and object symbology are taught.

21

IDRT 2104

Microstation-I

1

5

3

6

Trainees learn the basic features and commands. Topics include: hardware & software, theory, command entry, special features, placing 2D geometry, element manipulation, and use of views, grids, text, levels, and element symbology. Learn the MicroStation software, Plotter, Printer/Other

22

IDRT 2105

Solidworks-I

1

5

3

6

Create Part’s, Assembly’s and Hardcopy’s or Drawings. Identify the common drafting and Solids operations. Demonstrate hands-on skill working with 2D and 3D Geometry. Learn the SolidWorks software, Plotter, Printer/Other

23

IDRT 2201

Geometric

Dimension & Tolerance

1

3

2

4

Understand symbols and rules that efficiently describe and control dimensioning & tolerance for all drawings relative to design, tooling, production, and inspection. Identify the geometric controls, including shafts, gears, bearings, keys, lip seals, castings, and threaded fasteners. Learn CAD software, Plotter, Printer/Other

24

IDRT 2202

Process & Instrumentation Drafting

1

5

3

6

The purpose of this course to overview on process instrumentation and instrumentation loop diagrams. It involves the study of the Block flow diagram (BFD) and its symbols. Process flow diagram (PFD) and its symbols. Piping and instrumentation diagram (P&ID) with symbols, Line numbering, Valve numbering and Equipment identification.

Interpreting P&IDs includes Valves, Equipment, Control and Safety Systems for Construction and Operation and understanding each symbol used in the drawings. Problem solving lab exercises are used to build and strengthen the knowledge base of the subject.

25

IDRT 2203

AutoCAD-II

1

5

3

6

Produce more sophisticated 2D, 3D models and multi view drawings using AutoCAD software. Practice Graphic manipulation, utility commands, advanced settings, viewports, advanced text, dimensioning, reference files, and polylines, printing and plotting. Learn Isometric drawing, extrusions, filters, coordinate systems, model and paper space, creating   and scaling views, setting view layer visibility, constructing multi view drawings, surfacing.

 

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Course Description

 

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IDRT 2204

Microstation-II

1

5

3

6

Produce graphic manipulation, cross hatching, elements, groups, MicroStation utilities, dimensioning, cells, reference files, working sets, advanced text, special elements, plotting. Learn 3D model, commands, hidden line manipulation, surfacing, and auxiliary coordinate systems.

27

IDRT 2205

Solidworks-II

1

5

3

6

Experience advanced model creation features. The course contents include sketching, parametric geometric and dimensional constraining techniques, 3D solid modeling, 3D surface modeling, 3D sheet metal modeling, mold design, welded structures, project design procedures, multi-part modeling and assemblies, interference checking, and assembly printing/plotting techniques.

28

IDRT 2210

Applied Project for IDRT

1

6

3

7

These projects cover a broad review of the factors influencing the function of mechanical components such as materials and manufacturing methods. Emphasize on a complete graphical representation of each of the components that go into a set of working drawings. Trainees will work on a project selected by the class or projects assigned by the instructor.

Project selection will be on the basis of difficulty and completeness.

29

IFCO 2101

Forklift & Crane Operation -I

1

6

3

7

This course is designed to provide the trainees with enough knowledge and skills necessary in the field of forklift & crane operations. The trainees will learn the basic operations of forklift and crane in the industry. Right usage heavy equipment using electric power, gasoline, diesel and LPG. Safety and compliance with regulations and codes are also emphasized.

30

IFCO 2102

Forklift & Crane Inspection & Maintenance

1

6

3

7

Provides trainees with standardized criteria to know and correct some problems on Forklift and cranes. Trainees will learn the preventive forklift and crane maintenance programs isolate causes of abnormal tracking, component replacement procedures and criteria. Trainees will know causes of abnormal component wear and the needed preventive maintenance items and intervals Trainees will work in our hands-on lab on actual Forklift and crane components

31

IFCO 2201

Site Surveying

3

0

3

3

The purpose of the Site Surveying is three fold:

  1. Identify the surveying tools & equipment

  2. Learn how to use surveying tools & equipment

  3. Perform calculations involved in site surveying

This course will be delivered in a variety of formats combining in-school and work-based training, all designed to meet the competency standard and profile defined by the industry.

The training will cover the operation and inspection of the surveying tools & equipment.

32

IFCO 2202

Rigging &

Hoisting Operation

1

3

2

4

This course prepares students to inspect various types of overhead cranes, hoists used in general industry. Students learn to apply basic information concerning overhead and gantry cranes, wire rope, slings, and crane inspection and maintenance procedures and related requirements.

33

IFCO 2203

Forklift & Crane Operation -II

1

9

4

10

Trainee learn Crane operation by follow instructions on fall protection, crane assembly/disassembly, crane operator communication, prevent accidents with cranes and hoists and cranes inspection. Training course include both classroom and practical (hands-on) segments.

34

IFCO 2204

Forklift & Crane

Safety

1

0

1

1

Learn the safe operation of a forklift. Enable a trainee to safely work with a forklift, identify the hazards of the forklift. Properly perform maintenance inspection on forklifts and apply OSHA standards.

35

IFCO 2210

Applied Project For IFCO

1

3

2

4

Learn and demonstrate the tools and equipment’s used in lifting, loading and unloading. Trainee demonstrate the safe

procedure of the selected equipment for the doing work. Fabricate some small jigs and fixture for holding and to easy handling the load.

36

IHEO 2101

Heavy Equipment Technology

1

6

3

7

This course is designed to provide the trainees with enough knowledge and skills necessary in the field of heavy equipment industry. The trainees will also learn how to diagnose and troubleshoot simple technical problems and right usage of controls. Safety and compliance with regulations and codes are emphasized.

37

IHEO 2102

HE Operations I

1

6

3

7

This course covers the beginning processes of heavy equipment operations. Topics of Hydraulic Excavator, Off Highway Trucks will be covered on SIMLOG simulators which introduces the real world working experience and the practical ground real work operations. Upon completion, the trainee will be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of heavy equipment operations utilized in the construction field.

38

IHEO 2201

HE Service & Maintenance

1

3

2

4

This course is an introductory course designed to provide the trainees with basic knowledge of proper servicing practices. Content includes record keeping and condition of major systems. The trainees will be familiar with components and systems related to heavy equipment service. Trainees will be given of overview of basic maintenance procedures including selecting fluids, proper lubrication procedures and the completion of log sheets and reports.

39

IHEO 2202

HE Operations II

1

6

3

7

The purpose of this course is to provide the technician with more knowledge and skills about the operation of heavy equipment It deals also on safe and efficient operation of heavy equipment on different terrain. For example, trench and loading operation for excavator; executing lifts and form following for cranes; drive in through racks and cantilever racks for forklift; truck loading with spotting for wheel loader.

40

IHEO 2210

Applied Project for IHEO

1

6

3

7

Heavy Equipment project offers trainee the opportunity to gain an understanding of the Heavy Equipment through practical application. This is achieved through the completion of a sequence of practical experiences. A Heavy Equipment Technician may. Be- familiar in any one of several areas of the trade such as, fuel pumps and injectors, track equipment, engine overhaul, hydraulic controls, power shift transmissions.

This course is based on the repair and service of mechanical equipment and powered outdoor equipment. Aspects related to installation, applications, and maintenance are also considered.

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Course Description

 

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IHET 2101

Diesel Engine Technology

2

3

3

5

This is a hands-on course in preventative maintenance and problem solving. Course teaches the principles of diesel engine operation, the systems and parts of the engine, fault finding and rectification of common problems, routine maintenance. This course provides the theory, diagnosis and the repair of heavy equipment suspension, steering and brake systems. This in-depth study includes tires and wheels, steering components, suspension types, and hydraulic & air brake systems. This course provides safety and basic operational knowledge, care, and maintenance inspection of engine, electrical, and drive train systems. The course includes the skills necessary to restart a stopped engine at sea and the routine diesel engine maintenance tasks.

42

IHET 2102

Vehicle Electronic Diagnostic &

Failure Analysis

2

5

4

7

This course enables technicians to acquire a working knowledge of basic electronics; and demonstrate and perform troubleshooting and repair procedures necessary to properly service and maintain electronic systems and components of a vehicle. Also provides the fundamentals of accessory electrical systems and components. An emphasis is placed on electrical and electronic system diagnosis and failure analysis.

43

IHET 2201

Power

Transmission Systems

1

3

2

4

The purpose of this course is to provide the technician with basic knowledge and skills about the maintenance of heavy equipment power transmission. It involves hand on experience of disassembly and reassembly of power transmission; preventive maintenance, troubleshooting and repair.

44

IHET 2202

Fuel Injection System

1

3

2

4

This course provides an introductory overview of the operating system in both gasoline and diesel engine fuel injection systems. Upon completion of this course the trainee will be able to understand the various fuel systems and overhauling of turbochargers. This course will cover the theory of operation and component identification of the most common systems.

45

IHET 2203

HD Charging &

Cracking Systems

1

3

2

4

The purpose of this course is to provide the technician with basic knowledge and skills about the charging and starting system of heavy equipment. It also involves preventive maintenance and troubleshooting of charging and starting system.

46

IHET 2204

Steering, Suspension and

Brakes

2

3

3

5

This course provides the theory, diagnosis and the repair of heavy equipment suspension, steering and brake systems. This in-depth study includes tires and wheels, steering components, suspension types, and hydraulic & air brake systems. This course covers diagnostic and service techniques of suspension, steering and braking systems.

47

IHET 2205

Air Conditioning System

1

3

2

4

This course provides skills to diagnose, maintain, and service cab climate control and transport refrigeration equipment found on truck trailers and off-road equipment. The various refrigeration and air conditioning systems are introduced. The course content includes refrigeration and air conditioning principles, vapor compression cycle performance, psychometric processes, and theory of operation of each component such as compressor, condenser, expansion device and evaporator.

48

IHET 2210

Applied Project for IHET

1

6

3

7

Heavy Equipment project provides the opportunity to perform preventive maintenance inspections and conduct minor repairs on heavy-duty trucks and equipment. Trainee uses diagnostic equipment to evaluate engine performance and diagnose power complaints on mechanical and computer controlled diesel fuel injection systems. Explore the logical thought process used analyzing and diagnosing system malfunctions and performance problems.

49

IMMT 2101

Mechanical Maintenance I

2

6

4

8

This course provides the trainee technician with knowledge and hands on training on the most important hand tools used on the job, the uses, selection, safety, and care of industrial power tools. beside that This course will enable the student to identify and apply bearing materials, fits and tolerances, fit and maintain bearings, install and maintain bearing housings, inspect and lubricate bearings, fit and maintain gasket, labyrinth, and mechanical seals, install and remove packing, ensure that maintenance and installation procedures are to be prescribed standards. Also this course will enable the student to install and maintain power transmission systems, install and align belts, V- belts, and pulleys, chain drives and sprockets.

50

IMMT 2102

Mechanical Equipment

2

6

4

8

This course provides trainees a comprehensive understanding of equipment operating characteristics. It will introduce delegates to essential types of mechanical equipment, including positive displacement and dynamic pumps and compressors, motors and drives and their associated systems and components. The applications of these equipments will be discussed along with their suitability for different operational duties and selection criteria. Also the course will focus on the associated equipment including packing, mechanical sealing, bearings and valves. The course will focus on maximizing the efficiency, reliability, and longevity of this equipment by providing a thorough understanding of the characteristics, common problems, condition monitoring and maintenance criteria related to machinery and equipment operation.

51

IMMT 2201

Applied Mechanics

1

3

2

4

This course is to provide the basic knowledge and skills in depicting a real problem in engineering practice and solve it by using laws of physics in a logical and organized manner. Applied Mechanics involves the study of forces and their effects acting on the bodies in equilibrium without motion, Statics or moving with constant velocity, Dynamics. Problem solving activities are used to build and strengthen the knowledge base of the subject.

52

IMMT 2202

PM & PdM

2

3

3

5

This course provides trainees information and practical insight about Preventative & Predictive Maintenance to improve the performance of machines and extend their life. Trainees will use the skills and knowledge gained in this course to reduce downtime and cost. Preventative Maintenance, (PM) is a series of routine tests, measurements, adjustments, and parts replacement, to identify and resolve potential equipment problems before they arise. Predictive Maintenance   (PdM), or Condition Monitoring (CM) involves monitoring the machine’s vibration characteristics or symptoms to diagnose its condition.

53

IMMT 2203

Mechanical Troubleshooting

1

6

3

7

In this course Trainees will be introduced to techniques used in troubleshooting various types of industrial mechanical rotating equipment to include mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems and their control devices. Emphasis will be placed on the use of schematics and diagrams in conjunction with proper troubleshooting procedures. They will learn what data to measure, track and trend; so that when equipment fails the trainee can get quick answers to what is wrong.

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IMMT 2204

Mechanical Maintenance II

2

6

4

8

This course provides the trainee technician with knowledge and hands on training on the different technique of routine maintenance. The course covers non-destructive testing such as liquid Penetrant, infrared thermography, ultrasonic testing, vibration analysis, oil analysis. The course also covers basic pumping concepts, describes required maintenance of packing and seals, maintenance and overhaul of centrifugal pumps, Concludes with maintenance of rotary pumps.

55

IMMT 2210

Applied Project for Maintenance

1

6

3

7

This course will provide the trainees with the required knowledge and skills to perform, Practice, planning, and execution of appropriate mechanical maintenance projects as prescribed by supervisor. These projects to be assigned on a team basis and in all cases will involve experimental work. Problems are defined, analyzed, design solved, and a final report presented. Final reports include design calculations, drawings, production plans, and to be demonstrated and tested at front of projects committee.

56

IMST 2101

Workshop Practice II

1

6

3

7

Workshop practice is the backbone of the real industrial environment which helps to develop and enhance relevant technical hand skills required by the technician working in the various engineering industries and workshops. This course intends to impart basic know-how of various hand tools and their use in different sections of manufacturing. The workshop experiences would help to build the understanding of the complexity of the industrial job, along with time and skills requirements of the job. Workshop curricula build the hands on experiences which would help to learn manufacturing processes and production technology. It explains the construction, function, use and application of different working tools, equipment, machines as well as the technique of manufacturing a product from its raw material.

57

IMST 2102

Machining- I

1

9

4

10

This course provides an introduction to a variety of material-working processes that are common to the machining industry. Topics include safety, process-specific machining equipment, measurement devices, set-up and layout instruments, and common shop practices. Upon completion, students should be able to safely demonstrate basic machining operations, accurately measure components, and effectively use the machine tools and instruments. They will be required to layout and machine parts through use of the lathe, milling machine, drill press, and other machine and bench tools.

58

IMST 2103

Manufacturing Processes

1

5

3

6

This course covers fundamentals of machining processes using traditional machine tools: lathe, milling machine, surface grinder, and cutoff saw. An in-depth coverage of shop safety is presented. Machining operations like turning, milling, grinding, drilling, boring, reaming, and tapping are covered. CNC machining and CNC programming are covered. Basics of process planning and process economics are also introduced.

59

IMST 2201

Machining- II

1

9

4

10

This course provides instruction in the wide variety of processes associated with machining. Topics include safety, equipment set-up, holding fixtures, tooling, cutting speeds and depths, metal properties, and proper finishes, course also introduces basic calculations as they relate to machining occupations. Emphasis is on basic calculations and their applications in the machine shop. Upon completion, students should be able to safely demonstrate advanced machining operations, accurately measure components, and produce accurate components with a proper finish.

60

IMST 2210

Applied Project for Machine Shop

1

6

3

7

This course directs the student in the use of five basic machine tools: drilling machines, lathe, milling machine, shaper, and precision grinders. Students will apply their skills and use precision measuring instruments and layout equipment and to machine as per desire dimensions. This course covers product planning and control as well as scheduling and routing of operations. It includes cost-effective production methods, dimensional and statistical quality control, and the tooling and machines required for production. Upon completion, students should be able to plan, set up, and produce cost-effective quality machined parts.

61

INDT 2101

Visual Inspection Methods

2

5

4

7

Trainees learn to detect visible surface discontinuities, especially those found at welded joints. The fundamentals of light and vision, visual perception and different types of equipment used to Inspection of weld joints. Material attributes and physiological factors affecting the performance. Judgment will be studied along with the procedure and applicable codes for acceptance and rejection of discontinuities.

62

INDT 2102

Liquid Penetrant Testing

1

3

2

4

Trainees learn the principles of Penetrant testing, classification of Penetrant materials, testing methods and testing equipment. Learn the precautions to be observed during testing, interpretation and evaluation of indications formed by discontinuities, procedure and applicable codes for acceptance and rejection of discontinuities. Perform exercises of Penetrant test steps and sequence.

63

INDT 2103

Magnetic Particle Testing

1

3

2

4

Trainees learn the principle of magnetic particle testing by performing steps and sequence involved. Identify the types and characteristics of magnetic fields and magnetization processes. Learn and practice the measurement of magnetic fields, instruments used to measure the magnetic field, classification of materials, process of demagnetization and equipment. Interpretation and evaluation of indications formed by discontinuities, procedure and applicable codes for acceptance and rejection of discontinuities.

64

INDT 2104

Corrosion Analysis (RVI) & MLF Testing

1

3

2

4

This corrosion Analysis covers a wide range of corrosion testing and monitoring techniques, for routine applications such   as rapid screening of corrosion inhibitors, materials selection, failure analysis, corrosion rate measurement, life prediction, evaluation of paints, coatings, electroplating, on-line monitoring of industrial processes, determination of resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion, and the degree of sensitization of stainless steels and alloys. This course also covers commonly used non-destructive techniques for corrosion inspection. (UT,RT, MFL, RVI,ECT)

65

INDT 2201

Ultrasonic Testing

1

5

3

6

Understand the principles of sound wave propagation and attenuation, generation, nature, types and properties of sound waves and modes. Practice Testing methods and techniques, responses from a variety of flaws, equipment and its operating principles to detect flaws by using different detectors. Practice Standard reference blocks and calibration tools and equipment. Apply procedure and codes for acceptance and rejection criteria for flaws

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66

INDT 2202

Eddy Current Testing

1

5

3

6

Understand the principles of Electromagnetic Testing, Flux Leakage Testing, Eddy Current Instrumentation, Read Out Mechanisms, Eddy Current & Flux Leakage sensing elements, Test System Calibration. Understand Test Frequency selection & Coupling factor. Perform Eddy Current & Flux Leakage Techniques and Factors affecting eddy current & flux leakage techniques.

67

INDT 2203

Radiographic testing

1

5

3

6

Trainees learn volumetric discontinuities using radiographic tests. Understand penetrating radiation, its properties and limitations and safety precautions. Understand the principle of image formation, sensitivity and quality of radiographic process, codes and standards. Learn the Development of film, reading the films for discontinuities, film interpretations, procedures and codes for acceptance and rejection criteria for flaws.

68

INDT 2204

RTFI ( Film Interpretation)

1

3

2

4

Trainees learn the X-Rays formation & imaging, Operation & Testing of different objects and materials. Film processing and interpretation. The trainees learn the independent decisions making after referring to the relevant codes and standards. Apply judgment on selection between UT & RT methods

69

INDT 2205

Codes & Standards

1

0

1

1

Trainees learn the standards and codes to establish minimum standards for acceptance of quality. Understand the basic philosophy for formulation of standards for various organizations and their standards and codes. Trainees apply standards and codes for a variety of NDT methods

70

INDT 2206

Leak Testing

1

3

2

4

This course is designed to meet the industrial qualification requirements for Bubble Leak Testing.

Training covers basic theory, test principles, products, equipment operation and safety operating procedures, applicable techniques, applicable specifications, codes, and written instructions used by the employer and interpretation of indications.

The course satisfies the training hours required for Level 1& 2 certification, In accordance with SNT-TCI A.

Leakage testing is focused on the detection of imperfections in the solid boundary-line, which allow escape of fluids (in presence of the pressure gradient).

This method is able to detect imperfections of the base material and its mechanical joints (welded; bonded and soldered joints), failure of metallurgical or technological process and in-service induced imperfections

71

INDT 2207

Welding Inspection & Quality Control

2

3

3

5

This course provides skills and knowledge in the field of Welding Inspection, Quality Control (QC) and Quality Assurance (QA). Trainee learns how to record test data such as procedure qualification records, pressure testing, visuals, non- destructive and destructive examination testing.

RT film review, equipment calibration, welding procedure specifications, welder and welding operator qualifications, and basic coating inspection.

The trainees get proficiency in interpreting engineering drawings, diagrams, and formulas.

72

INDT 2210

Applied Project for NDT

1

6

3

7

The trainees apply the Non-Destructive Techniques in the project are different standard inspection methods. The    objective of these non-destructive techniques is not to detect macroscopic defects but to quantify the evolution of the microstructure before the apparition of cracks. The projects chose to illustrate the potential use of NDT techniques for the monitoring of material degradation

73

IPFT 2101

Pipefitting Technology

1

3

2

4

This course is designed to provide the trainees with enough knowledge and skills necessary for Industrial Pipe Fitting.

Learn sophisticated joining methods for multiple piping lines. Demonstrate right usage of required tools & equipment’s. Safety and compliance with regulations and codes are emphasized.

74

IPFT 2102

Pipe Fabrication I

2

6

4

8

The trainee calculates the needed pipe length, cut it using different cutting tools and to prepare it for connection with other parts in the piping system. The trainee demonstrates the pipe beveling and pipe threading, along with pipe alignment skills. Learn fabricate turns, either by using multi pipe segments, or by using bending machine.

75

IPFT 2103

Underground Piping

1

3

2

4

The trainee understands underground piping system, excavation and its hazards; learn the general and specific requirements of excavating and trenching with specific construction regulations. Recognize the types of cave-in protection, recognizing the general safety requirements to work at excavation, evaluate work and personal risk, distinguish soil types. Learn buried piping, under-ground pipe installation, valves, field routing, basic plumbing, planning work activities. Explore typical metallic and nonmetallic piping and tubing systems joining methods.

76

IPFT 2201

Ladders, Scaffolds & Rigging

2

5

4

7

Identify the importance of preventing falls from ladders and scaffolds. Recognize fall hazards associated with ladder and scaffold use. Identify OSHA requirements for ladders, stairways, and scaffolds. Identify work practices for using ladders and scaffolds safely. Inspect various types of overhead crane, hoist used in general industry. Students learn to apply basic information concerning overhead and gantry cranes, wire rope, slings according to appropriate standard and related requirement.

77

IPFT 2202

Testing of piping systems

2

2

3

4

Read the isometric drawings, NCRS, bill of material. Introduction and application of the codes & standards used in the industries. Inspection of valves, and Pressure vessels, tanks, welds, piping system. Perform heat treatment and post weld heat treatment of steel. Hands-on training for the Basic Condition Monitoring & Non Destructive Testing methods.

78

IPFT 2203

Pipe Fabrication II

2

5

4

7

Understand Onshore, offshore, cross country pipe installation. Learn material selection for high and low temperature service. Practice fabrication, cutting, bending, and welding processes. Recognize the Code requirements and the practical limitations of each operation.

79

IPFT 2210

Applied Project for Pipefitting

1

6

3

7

This is the student’s final phase prior to introduction into the employment market with options for shop or field    pipefitting. Included are instructions in application of the knowledge they gained during their learning period from basic to advance pipefitting, installation, erection, and job attitude. Lab competencies from fitting to installation or erection all the way out.

80

IPMT 2101

Plant Equipment

1

3

2

4

This course provides an introduction to equipment used in the power, process and construction industries. Valves, piping, pumps, compressors, generators, turbines, motors, lubrication systems, heat exchangers, furnaces, boilers, cooling   towers, separators, reactors, and distillation columns are covered. The utilization of this equipment within systems will be covered.

 

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IPMT 2102

Plant Maintenance I

1

6

3

7

This course provides an introduction to equipment used in the power, process, HVAC and renewable industries. It also provides the technician with knowledge and skills about maintenance of valves, piping, pumps, compressors, steam generators, turbines, motors, lubrication systems, heat exchangers, furnaces, boilers, cooling towers.

82

IPMT 2103

Power Plant Technology

0

3

1

3

This course introduces Steam and Solar Power systems. The basic principles and relevant technologies are explored. It also includes different design configurations, construction, operation and efficiency calculation

83

IPMT 2201

Hydraulic & Pneumatic System

2

3

3

5

This course explains the fundamental concepts of fluid power pneumatic and hydraulic systems. Cover the principles of fluid power, calculations of physical properties of fluids and their ability to do work. Introduce the various fluid power components, symbols, circuits. Introduce troubleshooting of fluid power components and systems with an emphasis on safety. Address fluids, filters, reservoirs, piping, pumps, actuators, accumulators, control valves, and combination circuits.

84

IPMT 2202

Plant Maintenance II

1

6

3

7

This Course is to provide the technician with extensive hands on training on operation, maintenance of industrial process and power plants. They are introduced with advance CM and NDT techniques related to maintenance.

85

IPMT 2203

Plant

Instrumentation & Control

1

3

2

4

The purpose of this course is to provide the technician with basic knowledge about instruments and controls used in power plant operation. It also involves instrument calibration and maintenance, and control adjustment

86

IPMT 2210

Applied Project for Power Plant

1

6

3

7

This course provides the technician to work on near to real maintenance issue. They work in teams. Project work may involve fabrication, maintenance, overhauling an industrial unit of thermo fluid system. It involves dismantling and reassembly. They use the maintenance techniques learnt in the program

87

ITCO 2101

Hoisting Calculation

1

3

2

4

The Tower crane operators require OSHA and ANSI that receive training to operate a crane before they are considered qualified. Rigging personnel must also learn basic safe work practices when lifting and landing loads with a crane. Trainees will learn about types of cranes, boom trucks, and basic math used to calculate capacities and volume

88

ITCO 2102

Tower Crane Operation -I

1

6

3

7

The tower crane training program is designed to teach students the operating skills and techniques that will be required to operate any tower crane that is used for the construction. This includes the tower crane configuration, erection, dismantling and climbing. This program provides the fundamentals of safety, equipment characteristics, and operational practices that apply to tower crane.

89

ITCO 2103

Tower Crane

Inspection & Maintenance

1

3

2

4

Provides trainees with standardized criteria to know and correct some problems on tower cranes. Trainees will learn the preventive tower crane maintenance programs, isolate causes of abnormal tracking, part replacement procedures and criteria. Trainees will know causes of abnormal component wear and the needed preventive maintenance items and intervals.

90

ITCO 2201

Tower Crane Safety

1

0

1

1

This course prepares the students to operate Crane how to follow instructions on fall protection, crane

assembly/disassembly, crane operator communication, how to prevent accidents with cranes and hoists and how to inspect cranes. Training courses include both classroom and practical (hands-on) segments.

91

ITCO 2202

Tower Crane Operation -II

1

9

4

10

This course is used to guide competency-based training of crane operators who operate tower cranes. It contains both theory and practical standards of competence. Theory standards may be achieved outside the performance of the learner’s regular work. It includes safe working environment, emergency rescue procedures, Signals & communications, Pre-operational inspection, Wire rope & rigging, Climbing cranes, Pre-lift set- up & planning and crane maintenance.

92

ITCO 2210

Applied Project For ITCO

1

6

3

7

This course describes the materials used in lifting, loading and unloading by using heavy equipment's. Students will be instructed how to operate for the selected equipment for the doing work. They can fabricate some Frames and fixture for holding and to easy handling the material.

93

IWDT 2101

Material Technology

1

3

2

4

Understand the production of goods from raw materials to processing of materials into the shapes and forms needed for specific applications. Trainees perform the Mechanical & metallurgical testing to study the properties of various steels and alloys and their applications. Perform the Heat-treatment of different steel grades to study the behavior in different conditions.

94

IWDT 2102

Welding Process Technology

2

3

3

5

The trainee understands fundamental knowledge of metals, welding processes, safety and related equipment applications. The trainee learns the different welding processes, stick (SMAW) and gas metal arc welding (GMAW), gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), and will join various types of metal while perfecting the trainee hand skills.

Trainees understand different types, methods, machinery concerning welding requirements on industrial plants and fabrication workshops. Develop a practical understanding of welding processes, and auxiliary welding equipment for the welder.

95

IWDT 2103

Oxyacetylene Welding and Cutting

1

3

2

4

Thorough technical understanding of oxyacetylene welding, flame cutting and brazing fundamentals and welding safety. Train to develop the hands-on skill necessary to produce high quality welds.

The topics include personal and shop safety, oxy-acetylene torch set-up, cylinder storage and care, as well as regulator safety. Perform basic welding, heating and cutting procedures, performs plasma arc cutting operations.

96

IWDT 2104

Shielded Metal Arc Welding-I

(Plate Welding)

2

6

4

8

Enable trainees for position of relative inexperience to a point where they have the necessary skills to be qualified as an entry level welder as defined in AWS EG 2.0 and QC10 & to develop the manual skills necessary to produce quality multipass fillet and groove welds without backing in all positions. Learn use the E6010 and E7018 electrodes on thick carbon steel plate similar to many structural applications.

97

IWDT 2201

Metal Fabrication

2

3

3

5

This course provides students with the skills and theory required for work in the fabrication and installation of sheet and heavy metal components in the residential, commercial and industrial construction industries, ship building, and steel structure. Students will learn the skills and theory required to interpret drawings, layout, mark burn, saw, shear, punch, roll, bend drill shape, form, fit and assemble metal components.

 

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IWDT 2202

Shielded Metal Arc Welding-II (Pipe Welding)

2

6

4

8

Technical understanding of Pipe Welding position nomenclature and the five essentials welding variable controlled by the welder to produce high quality single V-groove welds on 6” diameter schedule 80 carbon steel pipe in all positions by using E6010 and E7018 electrodes on medium thickness carbon steel.

Trainees learn “stick” welding, proper settings on various brands and models of arc welders, basics of metal cutting and setup for various welding positions.

99

IWDT 2203

Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG)

1

3

2

4

Understand step-by-step method for acquiring the basic skills required to weld medium to thick carbon steel plate, Stainless Steel & Aluminum in all positions and schedule pipes in the 2G and 5G positions. To be able to properly adjust Gas Metal Arc Welding equipment and to produce and recognize a quality weld on Carbon steel.

100

IWDT 2204

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG)

1

3

2

4

Understand the Gas Tungsten Arc Welding fundamentals. Learn entry-level skills in Gas Tungsten Arc Welding process, equipment, shielding gases and applications of welding in different positions. Course work includes all position “TIG” welds on steel and stainless steel plate and pipe, mechanical and thermal cutting, fabricating parts from prints and

assessing weld quality.

101

IWDT 2210

Applied Project for Welding

1

6

3

7

This is the student’s final phase prior to introduction into the employment market with options for shop or field Welding. Included are instructions in application of the knowledge they gained during their learning period from basic to advance Welding, installation, erection, and job attitude. Lab competencies from scratch to installation or erection all the way out. Learn Welding process and choose the most suitable & productive method for the certain case and applications beside proficiency in writing short technical reports & filling out various forms required at workplace.

 

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