Electrical Winder (ATS)
- Job Description Winds and repairs armatures, field coils, etc. of motors and dynamos. Dismantles motor and removes armature to examine and test for continuity. Cleans segments, of commutator with abrasive cloth or sand paper and cleans carbon brushes for even and smooth movement. Examines burnt out armature and checks type of winding to determine gauge (thickness) and number of turns of wire required. May operate Coil Winding Machine machine to make coils of required shape and size used in electric motors, dynamos, transformer, radios and other electrical equipment.
- Last Revised
- SectorCapital Goods & Manufacturing
- Notional Hours3120
- Accrediting BodiesDirectorate General of Training (DGT)
- Certifying BodiesDirectorate General of Training (DGT)
- Proposed Occupation
Electrical Winder 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:
- Armature Winder.
- Planned arrangements for RPL
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Candidates are to be sponsored by an establishment and should not be entertained directly.
- 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_Electrical Winder.pdf
- Supporting Documents
- Formal structure of the qualification
Title of unit or other component Estimated size (Hours) Level Observe & practice safety in all electrical works. Practice providing First Aid. 80 4 Identify & use all hand tools 80 4 Check the gauges of wire & select suitable wires for the required current rating. Practice wire joints & providing cable glands. Soldering practice. 100 4 Carryout fitting and drilling jobs 100 4 Connect & measure voltage, current, resistance power & energy in DC & AC(1ph & 3ph) circuits 100 5 Electrical wiring: Repair / replace switches, sockets, light points. Provide new points in PVC casing capping & PVC conduits. Make a test board. 100 5 Install pipe & plate earth stations. Measure earth resistance, improve the same & maintain earth stations. 100 5 Providing power supply to motors, equipments& appliances. Crimping the lugs, providing cable glands & connections. Provide earthing. 100 5 Connecting a DC generator, voltage building and loading 100 5 Connecting a DC Motor, running, changing of direction speed control and loading 100 5 Connecting a AC generator, voltage building and loading 100 5 Identifying the parts of 3 phase motor, connecting through starters, starting, running, changing the direction of rotation, speed control and loading. 100 5 Single phase motors: connections and running 100 5 Assembling and dis-assembling of motors and generators. Trouble shooting and overhauling. 100 5 Checking the polarity and ratio of transformers and instrument transformers. Connections 100 5 Testing of transformers, cleaning, changing of oil and maintenance 100 5 Total (Block-I) 1560 4 Observe & practice safety in all electrical works. Practice providing First Aid 80 5 Dis-assembling, Dismantling and stripping the old winding 80 5 Preparation of core, coil and insulation for winding 100 5 Insertion of insulating materials in the slots 100 5 Insertion of coils and folding over the insulation and wedges driving 100 5 End connections inclusive of commutator if involved 100 5 Soldering / brazing of coil ends of the winding wire and lead cables 100 5 Overhang banding with cord, steel wire or semi cured polyester glass tape 100 5 Impregnation of wound stator /rotor 100 5 Carrying out the inspection and testing of winding 100 5 Balancing the rotor 100 5 Final assembling of motor or generator 100 5 Transformer core assembly 100 5 Transformer LV and HV winding and Inserting in to the core 100 5 Finishing core assembly, connections, terminations 100 5 Oven drying, tanking and wiring. Oil filling. Testing. 100 5 Total (Block-II) 1560 Total Block I & II 3120 Basic Training, internal assessment and Examination 1000 Total 4120 5
- Formal structure of the qualification