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  • This unit covers the basic facts, concepts, principles and techniques of scientific investigation of physical quantities and processes. Emphasis in on application as it is used in technology

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    Self enrolment: SCI121 Applied Physics
  • This unit presents the works of early literature in the world through the present day. The students will develop an understanding of literature as both a product of its culture and as a culture-bearer. Writing experiences related to the interpretation of literature, research, grammar practice, vocabulary development, listening and speaking are also elements of this course.

  •  Journalism contains the various ways of   writing for publication which the printed media. This prepares the students in meeting the various needs in our current trend. to make it relevant and meaningful, it is not only the news but also the ethics of journalism the students have to learn.

    Creative writing deals with the language of imagination and some genres of literature. This includes short story, poetry, novels and drama.

  • This unit deals with the fundamental concepts of mathematics that attempts to integrate Advance Mathematics and General Mathematics topics in secondary schools in Papua New Guinea.The content ranges from basic , but not overly simple exercises which develop basic techniques and concepts to solve problems of considerable difficulty and of comparable interest.the unit covers topics ranging from numbers and integers, factorizing algebraic expressions , laws of indices and logarithms,quadratic equations,linear equations,series AND SEQUENCES AND MATRICES AND DETERMINANTS, GEOMETRY,trigonometry and basic calculus

  • The unit course will provide students with analytic geometry or coordinate geometry. Emphasis will be placed on students achieving an understanding of the basic concepts, properties and relationships of Algebra, Trigonometry and Geometry. The students should be made aware of the procedures considered so they can think critically about suitable procedures for solving problems involving Algebra and Geometry. Students will gain confidence in learning the topics outlines with more practical and application exercises.

    Self enrolment: MAT 321 Analytic Geometry
  • This unit course involves the process of Integration, it uses and the many applications including finding volumes, areas, equations of curves, solutions of differential equations. The unit highlights the concepts and techniques of indefinite integral (anti-derivative) and definite integrals. The applications of basic rules, properties and relationships involving integration of polynomial functions, exponential and logarithmic functions and trigonometric functions will be the core of the unit. Instead of the formal definitions, theorems and proofs, the method shall include intuitive discussions, rules of procedure and realistic solutions to problems. Worked examples will be the core of the including integrating by substitution and by parts.

    Self enrolment: MAT 421 Integral Calculus
  • By the end of this chapter/unit students can;
    1. Describe what statistics is and the role it plays in every field of study
    2. Describe the concepts of descriptive statistics
    3. Distinguish between quantitative and qualitative statistics
    4. Identify the type of data given
    5. Describe and distinguish sampling methods
    6. Identify level of measurement for the given data

    Self enrolment: MAT311 Introduction to Statistics
  • Themes and basic principles of Catholic Social Teachings will be discussed and how they can be applied to many social issues particularly those affecting our country.

    Self enrolment: CLE221 Social Teachings of the Church
  • DESCRIPTION: COURSE WILL FOCUS ON TEN COMMANDMENTS

    Self enrolment: CLE123 0 Morality
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    DESCRIPTION: COURSE WILL FOCUS ON CATHOLIC WORSHIP & PRAYER

    Self enrolment: CLE423 - Liturgy
  • This unit deals with the origins of the Apostles' Creed and the Nicene Creed, and explains the twelve articles of faith. It presents to the students the   Christian faith and the deeper knowledge of God. Focus is put on each Person of the Divine Trinity - the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit - and their relationship with each other and with creation.

    Self enrolment: CLE411 - The Creed
  • This unit enables the students to understand the human person as a moral being endowed with intellect and freewill. It provides the means for the students to grasp more fully the importance of formation of conscience, the call to virtues and the reality of sin and its effects in the person, community and the Church. And lastly, this allows them to confront the contemporary issues of life which they face according to the values, which they gained.

     

    Guest access: CLE121 – Christian Ethics
  • DESCRIPTION

    ED413 Research Methods is a seminar-type of study of the theory and practice of scientific investigation and research. At the end of the unit, the students are expected to produce a major project paper under the guidance of a research moderator. The topic of the issue must be on any issue relevant to Papua New Guinea education, including curriculum, teacher training, technical vocational education, educational psychology and philosophy, school organization and planning, etc.

     RELATIONSHIP TO OVERALL PROGRAM

    Research Methods equips the students with the knowledge and skills in the scientific research necessary for continuing formation as a professional educator.

     LEARNING OUTCOMES

    Learning during this unit assists the participants to:

    • Identify and describe the different types of research.
    • Plan a research using scientific methodology.
    • Write a project paper using the accepted standard.

     CONTENT

    • Nature and Characteristics of Educational Research
    • Variables, Hypotheses and research questions
    • Review of Literature
    • Sampling, data collection and instrumentation
    • Reliability and validity
    • Data analysis
    • Quantitative and Qualitative research methods
    • Format and style
    • Reporting research outcomes
    • Publishing research outcomes
    • Learning from educational research

     TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES

    Teaching and learning strategies to be used will vary from interactive lecture method, to classroom observations, interactions, exercises, assignments with given topic tests and peer and micro teaching.

     INTEGRATED FOCUS

    The unit will integrate the literacy focus through critical reading and planning with emphasis to the techniques and ethics of research.

     ASSESSMENT

    There will be two assessment tasks. The first one will be on the Research Proposal and due in week 6 of the term 1, weighing 40%. The second task will be the Major Project Paper, which will be done through independent learning. The final thesis will be assessed in the month of October in Semester 2.

  • This unit introduces prospective teachers to the complex nature of the teaching-learning process. It deals with principles associated with different instructional materials, methods, strategies and techniques and practices in teaching-learning, including classroom management and classroom discipline, which would-be educators must be familiar with to become effective and efficient teachers in the future.  The second part of this unit is designed to prepare, equip and enhance the students’ experiences and process of identifying and demonstrating the skills in becoming effective teachers in mathematics.

    Self enrolment: PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF TEACHING MATHEMATICS
  • The unit is designed for students to examine critically the historical context of education and its influence on education development in Papua New Guinea. The history of education text gives students as future educators a comprehensive understanding of education at the local PNG society and on towards the time of mission and colonial contact to current state of education by examining the social ,political, economic and religious contest on how education developed in PNG.

  •  The course introduces prospective teachers to the complex of teaching learning process. It deals with the principles associated with different instructional materials, methods, strategies, techniques and practices in teaching-learning including classroom management and classroom discipline. It will cover the necessary knowledge, skills and tools that will allow student teachers to effectively teach and evaluate as a course.

  • This course treats philosophical ethics as it informs and guides the activity of teaching. It is designed to allow future teachers to think philosophically about the nature of their profession. More specifically, the course has four parts.  In the first part, ethical theories virtue theory, non-consequentialism, utilitarianism, and care theory are discussed. In the second part, codes of ethics for teachers is emphasized which integrates accepted traditional and Christian values as comprehensively outlined in the Teaching Service Act of 1988. The third part, classroom situations that challenge teachers are considered and the last part intends to accustom the student teachers with the features of the school as an organization and to analyze the operational context of the PNG Secondary schools with a special focus on the technical/vocational schools.

    Self enrolment: THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATOR
  • This unit enables the students to equip themselves with the knowledge, values, attitudes and skills needed to apply the Preventive System of Don Bosco wherever school they may be assigned to. This seminar will help the students appreciate the uniqueness and effectiveness of this system in comparison to other educational systems they have studied and experienced. By being familiar with the examples, sayings and style of Don Bosco, the students prepare themselves to be professional Bosconian educators.

    Guest access: Preventive System of Don BoscoSelf enrolment: Preventive System of Don Bosco
  • This unit introduces students to concepts of desktop publishing and principles of a good design as well as develops student competency in most of the major features provided by Desktop Publishing applications. The level of skills attained should enable students to perform tasks required in a small office environment, such as designing a line of marketing materials, developing advertising promotions, or developing flyers and other published documents for a business or a community organization.

    Guest access: Desktop PublishingSelf enrolment: Desktop Publishing
  • artThis unit is designed to introduce the student to various aspects of drama and theater: as an art form, as a humanistic pursuit and as a dramatic experience. This is done via a study of the various elements that make up theatrical event.  It is expected that the student will become familiar with drama, theater technology, and theater history and theater production having studied the aesthetics of theater and basic theater and drama history

  • Feedback from 2nd Year COT students after rendering IPT. Information gathered here will be used for the regular improvement of the COT Program.

    Self enrolment: COT IPT Feedback
  • This unit covers the knowledge and skills needed to be an industry-trainer.  It specifies the competence required to facilitate learning by individuals through a one-on-one relationship between a learner and a facilitator and for individual learners within a group.  For the individual facilitation skills, the emphasis is on the application of techniques to develop an interpersonal relationship between the facilitator and the learner; focusing on learning goals, the preferred learning style and the learning context. For the group-based facilitation, the emphasis is on preparing, guiding, supporting and managing learners using a range of delivery methods, knowledge, skills and behaviors that promote learning.  

  • This unit enables the students to develop basic drawing competencies. The students will demonstrate the effective use of the most common drawing instruments in preparing basic technical drawings. Applications of these drawing concepts and skills provide the first part of the foundation units that the students must have to prepare and or interpret drawings for actual projects related to their trade.

  • Mechanical DraftingMechanical Drawing enables the students to apply the learned concept in marking complex pictorial drawings, incorporating the applications of isometric circles and sectional views. It provides the means for the student to develop both their perception and analysis skills in drawing pictorially objects with cylindrical components, holes, rounds, fillets, chamfers, arcs and other geometric constructions that are commonly found in mechanical components. Applications of these drawing concepts and skills are advanced in the interpretation of actual working and assembly drawings of projects related to the MFM trade.

    Self enrolment: MFM201 - Applied Engineering Drawing for 1st Yr
  • This unit is the continuation of Technical Drawing 1. In this unit, the students learn and apply the concepts of orthographic projection and pictorial drawings. The students utilize the skills in dimensioning and sectioning drawings. Applications of these drawing concepts provide a foundation for the students to prepare working drawings for actual projects related to their trade.

    Self enrolment: MFM123 Technical Drawing 2 copy 1
  • This unit is the continuation of Technical Drawing 1.  In this unit, the students learn and apply the concepts of orthographic projection and pictorial drawings.  The students utilize the skills in dimensioning and sectioning drawings.  Applications of these drawing concepts provide a foundation for the students to prepare drawings for actual projects related to their trade.

    Self enrolment: TECHNICAL DRAWING 2
  • This component of the unit provides the student with means to understand and apply the concepts of shop management. It also covers the conditions of a good training environment or venue and how to set the scene for a safe and effective training to take place. Emphasis is given on the application of 5-S for a clean and organised workshop as related to attaining total quality management or lean manufacturing/production.

    Self enrolment: WORKSHOP/LABORATORY MANAGEMENT
  • This unit is designed to develop students’ entrepreneurial knowledge and skills.  It will help them to acquire the mindset and to develop the acumen to consider entrepreneurship a viable career option.  A section on the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in a business will also be discussed.

    Self enrolment: TECH103 Entreprenuership
  • This unit is designed to develop students’ entrepreneurial knowledge and skills.  It will help them to acquire the mindset and to develop the acumen to consider entrepreneurship a viable career option.  A section on the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in a business will also be discussed.

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    Guest access: KAB Training

  • This unit is the continuation of Technical Drawing 1.  In this unit, the students learn and apply the concepts of orthographic projection and pictorial drawings.  The students utilize the skills in dimensioning and sectioning drawings.  Applications of these drawing concepts provide a foundation for the students to prepare drawings for actual projects related to their trade.

    Guest access: Technical Drawing 2Self enrolment: Technical Drawing 2
  • The unit is designed to equip the students with qualifications and skills necessary for a trainer as required by the National Training Council (NTC) of Papua New Guinea.  It aims to impart the skills in planning, delivering and reviewing training and assessment based on specific client needs with reference to the PNG National Qualifications Framework and other relevant accreditation authorities.  This will qualify the students to be registered initially as an Instructor with the NTC.

    Self enrolment: TRAINING OF TRAINERS
  •  This unit introduces computer programming using the JAVA programming language with object-oriented programming principles. Java's unique architecture enables programmers to develop a single application that can run across multiple platforms seamlessly and reliably. In this unit, students gain extensive experience with Java and its object-oriented features. Students learn to create robust console and GUI applications to store and retrieve data from relational databases.

    Self enrolment: ADVANCED PROGRAMMING 2: Java & Servlet
  • This unit will cover basics on Presentation and Spreadsheet software that should have been covered in OPT101. Further, this unit develops student competency in most of the major features provided by Desktop Publishing applications, including advanced graphical features of word processing applications. Desktop publishing software allows students to take advantage of the skills they have developed with other Office applications, with which data and tools can be shared. With a publisher, professional quality business forms, newsletters, letterhead, brochures, invitations, posters and Web pages can be designed. Students are enabled to perform tasks required in a small office environment, such as designing a line of marketing materials, developing advertising promotions, or developing flyers and other published documents for a community organization.

    Self enrolment: OPT102 DESKTOP PUBLISHING
  • This unit introduces the students to one of the easy-to-use Database Management Systems using Microsoft access. The main goal of the unit is to help the students to apply the knowledge and skills acquired in developing database systems.  

    Self enrolment: COT121 Database System (Access) 2017
  • Technical Drawing

    This  unit  enables  the  students  to  develop  basic  drawing competencies.  The   students  will demonstrate  the  effective  use  of  the  most  common  drawing  instruments  in preparing  basic technical  drawings.  Applications  of  these drawing  concepts  and  skills  provide  the  first  part  of the  foundational  units  that  the  students  must  have  to  prepare  and  or  interpret  drawings  for  actual  projects  related  to  their  trade.

    Self enrolment: INF 1A - TECHNICAL DRAWING 1
  • This unit consists of competencies that will allow effective and efficient  use of personal computers where use of word processing, spreadsheets and presentation software is required including access to email and the use of web browsers for searching and locating data and information on the internet.

    Self enrolment: OPT 101 - BASIC COMPUTING SKILLS
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    In this unit, students will be able to write HTML5 code/scripts to produce web pages. use CSS and CSS3 scripts to enhance design of web pages. And also apply web and graphic design principles and color theory
    Self enrolment: COT 221 WEB PAGE DESIGN
  • Advanced Web Page Design allows students to obtain mastery in skills and knowledge in the use of JavaScript, the programming language for the web. With JavaScript, students will be able to use jQuery to produce dynamic web pages.

    Self enrolment: COT311 Advanced Web Page Design
  • Software development requires knowledge of design principles used to ascertain user needs, model design, code, and test, validate and implement a system. This unit focuses on the program as a series of instructions in coding an algorithm. It approaches design of algorithms and their implementation in C++ programming language. This unit will facilitate both analytical and logical skills.

    Self enrolment: INT123 Programming with C++
  • In this unit students can learn troubleshooting of computer hardware system and peripherals, such as printers, monitors, mobile devices, and others. The students will also be exposed to setting up, configuration and management of a network system.

    Self enrolment: COT222 - Troubleshooting Computer Peripherals & Networking
  • This unit is a continuation of COT213-Advanced Programming 1. Emphasis is on creating an automated database system operation using visual basic and creating simple games using the visual basic programming facilities. 

  • This unit will provide students the necessary skills to create or edit graphics, pictures, typography, sound and video by using multimedia software to become computer-based interactive elements. This unit also discusses the underlying principles for communicating design messages. 

    Self enrolment: INF122 Multimedia Applications
  • This course is offered to qualified DBTI students as an advance studies in preparation for them to enroll in Bachelor of Information System at DWU after they finished their two-year Diploma program.  It introduces and studies (with an emphasis on problem solving) many of the fundamental ideas and methods of discrete mathematics that are the tools of the computer scientist.  The course demonstrates the importance of discrete mathematics for computer science.

  • This course will mainly focus on Networking Basics

    Self enrolment: COT 421 - Advanced PC Troubleshooting & Networking
  • Programming is the process of writing instructions to perform a specific task. This means we as programmers design, create, test, validate and implement program systems.

    Guest access: INT113 Introduction to ProgrammingSelf enrolment: INT113 Introduction to Programming
  • Possessing a familiarity with the fundamentals of personal computer (PC) hardware provides skills to interact with technicians, system supervisors, and system developers. Students learn the design of PC’s by practicing the dismantling, examining and reassembling experimental computers in a supervised laboratory environment. This unit focuses on the students learning and applying the procedures in assembly and disassembly of computer systems. Occupational health and safety practices are essential parts of the unit.

    Self enrolment: INF121- PC Architecture
  • This unit gives the students the fundamentals about Information Technology and its various applications in every day computing scenarios on a professional and personal level. The coverage includes client computing and user support, digital media and immersive technology, networking and convergence, programming and application development, servers, storage and virtualization and guidelines for effective teamwork and communication. The unit also stresses on lifelong learning, professional, legal and ethical behavior, business awareness and workplace effectiveness.

    Self enrolment: INF111 IT Fundamentals
  • This unit will focus on programming language which stands in the middle of low level and high-level language which is the C++ programming language.  It will be presented how this language interacts directly with the hardware with no limitation, from Basic Concepts to Control Structures and Compound Data Types suitable for developing sophisticated software applications.

    Guest access: COT213 C++ Programming
  • This unit introduces the evolving methodologies and techniques for the analysis and design of an information system. Emphasis is placed on system characteristics, process of requirements acquisition, specification and design. Upon completion, students should be able to analyze a problem and design an appropriate solution using a combination of tools and techniques.

    Guest access: COT211 Systems Analysis and Design
  • This unit covers basic computer concepts, PC hardware, basic networking, soft skills (such as customer service), safety, operating systems, security, mobile devices, and troubleshooting. It uses the CompTIA A+ (220-801 and 220-802) Certification Exams.

    The A+ certification program was developed by the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) to provide an industry-wide means of certifying the competency of computer service technicians. The A+ certification is granted to those who have attained the level of knowledge and troubleshooting skills that are needed to provide capable support in the field of personal computers. It is similar to other certifications in the computer industry, such the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) program and the Microsoft certification programs.

    Self enrolment: COT212 - Computer Hardware Servicing
  • This unit is a continuation of COT213-Advanced Programming 1. Emphasis is on creating an automated database system operation using visual basic and creating simple games using the visual basic programming facilities.

  • Computer complete computer set.is an advanced electronic device that takes raw data as input from the user and processes it under the control of set of instructions (called program), gives the result (output), and saves it for the future use.

     This Computer Fundamentals tutorial covers a foundational understanding of computer hardware, software, operating systems, peripherals etc. along with how to get the most value and impact from computer technology.

    Guest access: Fundamentals of Computing
  • Launch video!The Personal Computer (PC) Hardware module covers hardware components extensively and requires technicians to have a good understanding of computer hardware. This includes the motherboard, memory, expansion cards, disk and other storage media, the central processing unit (CPU), connection types, power supplies, monitors, and peripheral devices that connect to computers.

    Self enrolment: COT122 Computer Architecture and Digital Electronics
  • This unit provides the students with means to learn the principle operation of the computer circuitry as well as the concept of digital electronics circuits. The unit also focuses on the students learning and applying the procedures in the assembly and disassembly of computer systems, Operating system installation, PC and network configuration. Occupational Health and Safety practices are essential parts of this unit.

    Self enrolment: COT 122 Computer architecture & Digital Electronics
  • This unit will allow students to experience the transition from structured programming to object oriented programming. The students will use is C++, an intermediate level language, as it encapsulates both high and low level language features. With C++, students will gain knowledge and skills on the use of a portable, compiled language with an incredible library support for developing both low-level and high-level application programs.

    Self enrolment: COT123 - Introduction to Object Oriented Programming using C++
  • This unit is a continuation of Basic Programming 1. It covers the topics on looping, arrays, other basic controls and database applications.

    Self enrolment: COT213 Advanced Programming 1
  • This unit introduces one of the easy to use database management systems using Microsoft Access 2010.the main goal of the unit is to help the students to apply the knowledge and skills in developing data base management systems

    Self enrolment: COT121 Data Base Management System (Access)
  • Description

    Basic Refrigeration and Air-conditioning provides the means for students to acquire knowledge and skills in basic principles and theories of refrigeration and air-conditioning. Learned Electrical theories in Year 1 and 2 will be applied mostly with domestic systems and unit. Safety working practice is essential in this unit.

    Self enrolment: ELT213 - Refrigeration and Air-conditioning
  • Description

    Electrical Wiring Rules, Codes and Regulations introduce students to learn about the legal responsibilities and technical requirements related to electrical work, including legislation and regulations governing electrical work needed for undertaking such licensed work.

    Self enrolment: ELT114 - Electrical Wiring Rules, Codes & Regulations
  • After the completion this unit, students will be able to:

    1. know and understand the historical perspective of electricity; and

    2. theories and sources of Electricity.

  • This unit introduces the basic theories and principles of Electro-pneumatic. It covers the characteristics, function and uses/applications of Electro-Pneumatic. It is an integration of air, electrical in the common application of actual problems as simulated during experiments. It also covers the topics on the different kinds of valves, symbols and other apparatus used in Electro-Pneumatic. This unit encourages students to focus more on problem solving skills in actual applications. During the delivery of the unit, the students can discuss and explain the functions and the operating principles of valves as used in a particular circuit. They are also expected to design circuit diagrams for industrial application.

    Self enrolment: Pneumatics and electro-pneumatics
  • This unit enables the student to identify the basic electronic components and tools used in the troubleshooting as well as maintenance technique. It involves the basic troubleshooting techniques using the four human senses, checking the integrity of components, tracing faulty sections of AM and FM receiver and TV by using the block and schematic diagram, analyzing faults on PCB's and doing basic repair on audio and visual appliances. At the end of this course students are expected to be able to perform basic repair and maintenance services on most of the common electronics appliances like Radio, DVD/CD player, TV, speakers and other home appliances.

  • This unit cover the fundamentals of electricity and electronics, History of Electricity, Passive and Active Devices, Ohm's Law, Series Circuit, Parallel Circuit and Combination.

  • This introduces the basic understanding of electronics  circuits, which utilize semiconductor devices such as diodes and transistors

  • This unit introduces the the basic understanding of electronic circuits,which utilize semiconductor devices such as diodes and transistor. Approximation of semiconductor devices and their electrical properties are also presented. Students are also to use oscillators and optoisolators along with variety of amplifiers like collector and base,push-pull,power operational,multistage and tune. There will be completely hands on in laboratory and project making to enhance the knowledge of students.

    Self enrolment: ELX 215 SEMICONDUCTORS
  • This unit is composed of two main components. The first component is on the use of Electronic Circuit Simulation software for designing circuits. It incorporates advanced schematic capture capabilities, integrated with full analog/digital SPICE simulation and seamless transfer to PCB layout packages. It also offers a single, easy-to-use graphical interface for all design and analysis needs. The second component introduces the students to the basics of Computer-Aided Drafting. It allows student to accomplish design and drafting activities using a computer. Basic knowledge and skills of the students acquired in Technical Drawing 1 and 2 are essential for this unit.

    Guest access: ELECTRONIC SIMULATION AND AUTOCADSelf enrolment: ELECTRONIC SIMULATION AND AUTOCAD
  • This unit enables the students to develop the skills in installing Operating System, software application

    programs, and configuration of computer systems. The

    unit also focuses on students learning computer repair and troubleshooting of common computer system faults. Safe working practice while working constitutes an essential part of this unit.

    Self enrolment: ELX 321-Computer Hardware Servicing
  • This unit is the continuation of Fundamentals of Electronics I, which focuses on Kirchhoff's Laws, Network Theorems, and the active devices such as Diode and the Transistors. it involves analysis of circuits containing semiconductor devices. The basic foundation  knowledge is gained in ELX 111 is essential for the students to proceed with this unit. it aims specifically on recognizing the principles and operations of semiconductor devices and circuits. the applicable concepts of the Occupational Health and Safety practices are essential parts of this unit.

    Self enrolment: ELX 121-Fundamentals of Electronics II
  • This unit provides the students the means to advance their skills in machining operations, specifically in the use of center lathes for the production of internal and external single start metric and imperial screw threads. It includes also the use of vertical and universal milling machines with indexing operations. safe operating practices are given due importance in this unit.

    Self enrolment: MFM212
  • This unit introduces the students to the basic gas welding techniques and related processes using oxyacetylene equipment. It includes also the use of this equipment in performing other processes such brazing, silver soldering and gas cutting. Plasma cutting is also included in this unit. Safety practices involved in these processes will be given due importance.

    Self enrolment: MFM211 GAS WELDING
  • LBMThis course will widen the student’s horizon in traditional machining processes like turning, boring, drilling, reaming, threading, milling, shaping, planing, and broaching, as well as abrasive processes such as grinding, ultrasonic machining, lapping, and honing. And advanced processes include electrical and chemical means of material removal, as well as the use of abrasive jets, water jets, laser beams, and electron beams. This course describes the principles of these operations, the processing parameters involved, and the characteristics of the machine tools employed. Students will apply some of the above mentioned processes, carrying out practical projects and does maintenance work on tools and machines.

    Self enrolment: MFM421 - Advanced Machine Operations
  • Mechanical DraftingMechanical Drawing enables the students to apply the learned concept in marking complex pictorial drawings, incorporating the applications of isometric circles and sectional views. It provides the means for the student to develop both their perception and analysis skills in drawing pictorially objects with cylindrical components, holes, rounds, fillets, chamfers, arcs and other geometric constructions that are commonly found in mechanical components. Applications of these drawing concepts and skills are advanced in the interpretation of actual working and assembly drawings of projects related to the MFM trade.

    Self enrolment: MFM201 - Applied Engineering Drawing
  • Basic DrawingThis course enables the students to develop the basic drawing competencies. The students will demonstrate the effective use of the most common drawing instruments in preparing basic technical drawings for actual projects related to the MFM trade.

    Self enrolment: MFM113 - Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing
  • This course recalls Occupational Health and Safety practices in the machining workshop. It develops the students' skills in performing specialized operations and processes on tool machines, particularly lathe, milling, and cylindrical grinding machines. The course introduces in job planning an prizing of projects. Importance is given on maintenance, service and repair of tool machines and their accessories. Basic steps in tool machine installations are introduced.

    Self enrolment: MFM222 Advanced Machine Operations 2