QF_CTS_Marine Fitter.pdf

CTS - Marine Fitter

  • CodeN/A
  • SectorChemicals & Petrochemicals
  • NSQF LevelLevel 5
  • Notional Hours4160
  • Accrediting BodiesNational Council for Vocational Training (NCVT)
  • Certifying BodiesNational Council for Vocational Training (NCVT)
  • Proposed Occupation

    Marine Fitter has a wide scope of Employability ranging from self-employment, contractual employment to Industrial jobs. On successful completion of this course, the candidates shall be gainfully employed in the following industries:
    • Marine Fitter.
    • In public sector and private industries in India & abroad.
    • Self employment

  • International Comparability

    1. Existence of any official document suggesting the comparability of the qualification with the qualifications in other countries is not known.
    2. However, ITI passed out trainees are getting employment in many Gulf countries, European countries, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore etc.

  • Progression Pathway

    • Can join as skilled worker in the industry and can become supervisor after doing part-time diploma in relevant branch of Engineering.
    • Can join Apprenticeship programme in different types of industries leading to National Apprenticeship certificate (NAC).

  • Planned arrangements for RPL

    1. At present the students who have passed 10th class with minimum 3 years‟ experience in relevant field can appear for NCVT theory and practical semester examination directly.
    2. The students who have passed SCVT examination in „Marine Fitter‟ trade can also appear for the NCVT Examination in the relevant semester and Trade directly.

  • Qualification File QF_CTS_Marine Fitter.pdf
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Estimated size (Hours) Level
    (i) Recognize and comply Safe Working Practice, and illustrate Survival Technique. 160
    (ii) Explain general aspects of shipping and illustrate the nautical & engineering technology as per ship model/ video/ on board. 80 5
    (iii) Plan and organize the work to make job as per specification applying different types of basic fitting operation and Check for dimensional accuracy. (Basic fitting operation – marking, Hacksawing, Chiseling, Filing, Drilling, Taping and Grinding etc. 240 4
    (iv) Identify various electrical & electronic components measurement testing of same to ensure functionality. 240 5
    (v) Demonstrate different joining operations observing standard procedure. [Different joints: - Bolt joints, Gas welding, Arc welding, Brazing] 120 5
    (vi) Perform surface preparation & painting of marine structure following safety procedure. 40 5
    Semester – II 5
    (vii) Perform dismantling & assembling of multi-cylinder marine engine as per makers manual and check functionality. 280
    (viii) Perform appropriate modification of valves & valve seats as per requirement and reassemble to ensure proper functioning. 120 4
    (ix) Test fuel injector fuel pump and governor system and ensure its proper functioning. 120 5
    (x) Check the cooling & lubrication system and conduct necessary maintenance as per requirement. 120 5
    (xi) Recognize engine room duties and demonstrate engine room cleanliness. 80 5
    (xii) Diagnose and troubleshoot various defects of OBM engine. 80 5
    (xiii) Perform the assembling of various power transmission systems with proper alignment and check functionality. (Various power transmission: - steeling gear, propeller, gear box) 80 5
    Semester – III 5
    (xiv) Identify and maintain various auxiliary equipment as per standard procedure. (Various Auxiliary equipment:- pumps, valves) 120
    (xv) Carryout pipe joints using gaskets, gland packing and check for any leakage. 120 5
    (xvi) Identify hydraulic & pneumatic compound and construct various circuit to check functionality. 200 4
    (xvii) Troubleshoot and maintain marine refrigeration and air conditioning check performance. 160 5
    (xviii) Set various electrical sub-systems and measure its parameters. (Various sub-system:- motor, DC machine, starter motor, DC compound motor, alternator, induction motors, DOL system, dynamo) 160 5
    (xix) Summarize the properties of material for lagging & insulation and the same for use. 40 5
    Semester – IV 5
    (xx) Shift machinery items using various lifting devices and maintain cargo handling & storage equipment. 120
    (xxi) Identify types of storage tanks & check for any leakage. 40 5
    (xxii) Operate, maintain and trouble shoot marine engine on board. 200 4
    (xxiii) Maintain marine & auxiliary machines as per schedule. 80 5
    (xxiv) Illustrate bunkering procedure and identify SOPEC equipment. 80 5
    (xxv) Plan & prepare for docking and maintain vessel to ensure quality compliance. 120 5
    (xxvi) Project work, Revision & Examination 960 5
    4160