QF_ATS_Fitter.pdf

Fitter (ATS)

  • Last Revised
  • CodeN/A
  • SectorCapital Goods & Manufacturing
  • Notional Hours4160
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate General of Training (DGT)
  • Certifying BodiesDirectorate General of Training (DGT)
  • Proposed Occupation

    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 industries for following occupations:
     Fitter General
     Fitter Bench

  • 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, NAC holder trainees are getting employment in many Gulf countries, European countries, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore etc.

  • Planned arrangements for RPL

    1. Only those candidates will be allowed to appear in the Test conducted by NCVT as Private candidate who have already acquired the National Trade Certificate.
    2. Three (03) years experience of the candidates wishing to appear as Private candidate after obtaining NTC should be in the same trade in which he proposed to acquire the National Apprenticeship Certificate.
    3. Private candidates possessing the minimum educational qualification required for engagement as an apprentice in that particular trade and the minimum experience as stated above would only be permitted.
    4. Candidates are to be sponsored by an establishment and should not be entertained directly.
    5. Only, the experience acquired by the candidate in an establishment implementing the Apprentices Act, 1961 should be considered and such certificate should be issued by the Officer In-charge of Training of that establishment.

  • Qualification File QF_ATS_Fitter.pdf
  • Supporting Documents
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Estimated size (Hours) Level
    1. Practice and understand precautions to be followed while working in fitting jobs. 40 4
    2. Prepare different types of documentation as per industrial need by different methods of recording information. 60 4
    3. File and fit matting parts with in an accuracy of ±.02 mm and to ISI specification. 140 4
    4. Scrape angular matting and sliding surfaces and original flat surfaces without master. 85 5
    5. Prepare keys and key ways a shaft and assemble. 60 5
    6. Drill through holes and blind holes at an angle. 25 5
    7. Hand and machine reaming on finish drilled holes 80 5
    8. Ream tapers and fit pins. 120 4
    9. Bend steel pipes to different radius and angles. 40 5
    10. Thread standard pipes, join pipes and make pipe assemble. 80 5
    11. Dismantle, and minor repair and assemble simple machine tools such as drill machine, shaper, lathe and power saw. 250 5
    12. Erect and align machines. 280 4
    13. Assemble finished mechanical component to from specific unit or machine such as grinder pump etc. Using hand tools and machines. 200 5
    14. Dismantle or remove worn out broken or defective parts using hand tools and replace them by repaired or new one& 50 5
    039;s test completed article to ensure correct performance.
    15. Fit parts together in set order using nuts, bolts, screws and pins etc. with necessary wrenches, spanners and other special tools. 50 5
    16. Assemble components accurately using dowel pins & screws. 100 5
    17. Assemble parts by riveting, screwing, pinning, welding as to make complete unit according to drawing. 140 5
    18. Mounting of Pulleys and Gears on shafts. 80 5
    19. Mechanical handling of machines for transportation purposes involve the use of screw jacks, pulley blocks, cranes, hoists and slings, roller bars and wire ropes etc. 100 5
    20. Remove and fit ball and roller bearings. 70 5
    21. Repair broken gear teeth by pigging and dovetailing. 80 5
    22. Size metal parts to close tolerances and fits and assemble them using hand tools for production or repairs of mechanical device or other metal products. 140 5
    23. Lap and finish flat Surfaces. 55 5
    24. Heat treat plain carbon steel. 40 5
    25. Anneal and bend copper pipes to different shapes 40 5
    26. Handle Jigs and Fixtures 60 5
    27. Make simple Limit Gauges and Templates 65 5
    28. Solder and joint ferrous and non ferrous component (soft and hard). 35 5
    29. Familiarization with pumps, air compressor, pneumatic tools and hydraulic driver machines. 50 5
    30. Accuracy testing of Machine tools such as geometrical parameters. 70 5
    31. Dismantling and mounting of pulleys. 50 5
    32. Use simple jigs and fixtures for drilling. 55 5
    33. Dismounting, repairing damaged gears and mounting and check for workability. 110 5
    34. Repair & replacement of belts and check for workability. 80 5
    35. Maintenance, troubleshooting, and safety aspects of pneumatic and hydraulic systems 140 5
    Basic Training, internal assessment and Examination 1040 5
    Total (A+B) 4160
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