(154 hours of theory, 246 hours of practice)
Effect for participants:
Capable of drawing a simple sketch to supplement the assigned technological operation. Capable of manually working the mechanical parts by filing, cutting, chiselling, bending, drilling and threading. Know how to assemble parts of machines and machinery by bolts, rivets, and solder. Capable of performing functional tests of machinery and equipment. Know the rules of servicing and maintenance of the tools, instruments, machines, and equipment used. Know the basic elements of occupational safety and health and fire protection.
Metalworking by hand
Machining of metals
Basic assembly works