Part of Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical)Emerging Skills Classification: Intermediate
Formal Course/ 6 months
This certificate comprises of three courses and provide learners to acquire the fundamental training in the principles and practices of the international graphic language for engineering.
This module aims to provide students with fundamental training in
the principles and practices of the international graphic language for engineering that is based on the International Standard Organization (ISO) and the Singapore Standards (SS) guidelines. The module comprises short lectures and numerous hands-on exercises in creating mechanical engineering drawing using various principles and techniques. The topics include orthographic projection, sectioning, dimensioning, conventional representation and assembly drawing. AutoCAD is taught and used as the tool to make drawings in exercises. Practical industrial examples and practices are emphasised.
This module aims to help the students in the application of the drafting concepts and modeling techniques for development of product models in the design process. Students will learn the principles and capabilities of CAD through three dimensional (3D) solid modeling of engineering components and assembly. An assignment is used to consolidate the concepts and techniques learnt from the CAD module.
The module aims to provide students with the knowledge on how to design, analyse and select mechanical systems components used in machine and system design. Topics include selection of motor, coupling, gears, bearing and chain drive. Concept on dimension tolerance is also covered. Through the combination of lectures, tutorials assessments and project work, the module aims to prepare students to a level where they can undertake an engineering design problem in a methodical and professional manner.
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Applicants with any of the following qualification are invited to apply for the course:
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Applicants who do not meet the entry requirements may be considered for admission to the course based on evidence of at least 5 years of relevant working experience or supporting evidence of competency readiness. Suitable applicants who are shortlisted may have to go through an interview and/or entrance test. The Polytechnic reserves the right to shortlist and admit applicants.
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