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HVAC Design & Drafting

HVAC Design & Drafting

Introduction:

HVAC system design is a major sub-discipline of mechanical engineering, based on the principles of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer. HVAC systems designs are an importance section of (MEP) in residential, industrial and office buildings.

Course Coverage:

  • Introduction and History of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  • Mechanical Refrigeration Cycle
  • Design Conditions for HVAC System
  • Factors determining Cooling Load
  • Calculating Cooling Load of a Commercial Building (By Calculation Method)
  • Calculating Cooling Load of a Commercial Building (By Software)
  • Introduction of HVAC Components
  • Duct Designing
  • Pumps and Pipe Selection
  • Design and Estimating the Cooling Load and Size of Duct

Participant Profile:

This course is designed for mechanical engineers, diploma holders, architects, building inspectors, contractors, project managers and all those who want to enhance their skills in HVAC design and drafting. Previous knowledge of computer basics and AutoCAD is must.

Instructor Profile:

A team of qualified and experienced professionals in HVAC Design & Drafting are conducting this course.

Requirements:

Basic knowledge of windows operating system

High Speed Internet

Laptop/Computer/Smart Phone.

Auto CAD 2010

HAP4.9

MS Office

Learning Outcome:

In this course the participants will get for optimized calculation of load, familiarization with codes and standards and application of AutoCAD MEP to the HVAC systems and ducting.

HVAC Design & Drafting2020-04-21T14:45:02+05:00

EHS Inspector

(Environment, Health & Safety)

Health and safety inspectors work to protect people’s health and safety by making sure that risks in the workplace are properly controlled. They ensure employers comply with all aspects of health and safety laws and that workplaces are not the cause of ill health, injury or even death. They do this by inspecting business premises, advising employers and investigating accidents, and through enforcement of the law.

 Course Coverage:

1.       Introduction to safety
2.       Basic of HEALT & Safety in;
           a)       General Safety
           b) Industrial Safety
           c) Construction Safety
           d) Electrical Safety

3.       Introduction & importance of First Aid
4.       Fire Prevention
5.       Introduction of Hazards
6.       Introduction of Risks
7.       Accident & Incident
8.       Basic Investigation/Techniques Inspection

Participant Profile:
This course is designed for beginners who wish to pursue a carrier in safety and health practices.

 Instructor Profile:
A team of experienced and highly qualified EHS professionals are conducting this course.

Methodology:
This course is delivered through lectures, multimedia presentations, videos and hands-on practice on modern CAD/CAM specific computers.

Learning Outcome:
Participants will be able to
:

  • To practice safe working techniques and re-enforce the safety policies, guidelines, and procedures as set out by the Company.
  • To provide daily guidance and direction in EHS programs at the employee / supervisor level to ensure a common and effective approach.
  • Assist EHS TEAM’s in accident investigation
  • Ensure inspections
EHS Inspector2020-05-07T14:22:29+05:00

EHS Manager

(Environment, Health & Safety)

Introduction:

The EHS Manager course is for those who require to manage business process for systematically achieving a desired level of EHS performance. EHS management systems involve planning and implementing the necessary systems, programmes and procedures to achieve that level of performance, checking the results and making adjustments, as necessary, to ensure that the desired level of performance is being achieved.

Course Coverage:

  1. Introduction to Managing Safely
  2. General Safety
  3. Industrial Safety
  4. Construction Safety
  5. Electrical Safety
  6. Fire Prevention & Safety Grants
  7. First Aid Safety Training
  8. Accident Investigation and Reporting

Participant Profile:
This course is designed for beginners who wish to pursue a carrier in safety and health practices.

Instructor Profile:
A team of experienced and highly qualified professionals from the Health & Safety field are conducting this course.

Methodology:
This course is delivered through lectures, multimedia presentations, videos and hands-on practice on modern CAD/CAM specific computers.

Learning Outcome:
Participants will be able to
:

  • Assigning accountability
  • Performing a gap analysis.
  • Planning/prioritizing the gaps.
  • Implementing the system.
  • Measuring and assessing the status and effectiveness reporting (to management) and adjusting the system to improve performance.
EHS Manager2020-05-07T14:22:29+05:00

IOSH

The Managing Safely course is for those who required to manage safely and effectively in compliance with both their organization’s policy and best practice in health and safety. The course aims to ensure that safety requirements are appreciated by people employee as line managers, and to enable them to review their own departmental systems for safety, introducing new controls or implementing changes as appropriate to ensure safety in the workplace.

Course Coverage:
• Module 1 – Introduction to Managing
• Module 2 – Assessing Risks
• Module 3 – Controlling Risk
• Module 4 – Understanding your Responsibilities
• Module 5 – Identifying Hazards
• Module 6 – Investigating Accidents & Incidents
• Module 7 – Measuring Performance
• Module 8 – Protecting our Environment

Participant Profile:
This course is designed for delegates who wish to pursue a carrier in safety and health practice.

Instructor Profile:
A team of experienced and highly qualified professionals and ATP’s from IOSH UK are conducting this course.

Methodology:
This course is delivered through lectures, multimedia presentations, videos and real time risk assessment based projects.

Learning Outcome:
Participants will be able to:
• Basic management principles & practices to safety & health issues as part of a total management strategy.
• Set achievable health & safety objectives and plan and implement courses of action to achieve those objectives.
• Recognize safety and health hazards present in the workplace.
• Carry out & record basic assessments of the risks associated with workplace hazards and recommend suitable control measures.
• Take account of risks arising from ergonomic factors.
• Ensure that adequate information, training & supervision is provided for employees.
• Investigate an accident or incident involving injury or damage to determine the causes.

IOSH2020-05-07T14:22:29+05:00

MCSE (Windows Server 2012)

Introduction:
The Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) certification is the globally accepted endorsement of a professional’s expertise in certain core areas of the IT industry, namely, design, deployment and implementation of Microsoft infrastructure solutions.
 Course Coverage:
  • Installation of Windows server 2012
  • Intro to Network Equipment’s
  • Network Lab setting
  • Intro to Active Directory, Directory Services Structure
  • Installing Active Directory, DNS & DHCP
  • Users & groups in Active Directory
  • File & Share Permission
  • Manage Storage Spaces
  • VPN (Virtual Private Network)
  • Backup & Restore
  • Print server
  • Web Server & FTP
  • Network Load Balancing
 Participant Profile:
This course is designed for candidates with minimum education level equivalent to FSc. Prior knowledge of basic computer Networking is must.
 Instructor Profile:
A team of experienced and highly qualified professionals in network design is conducting this course.
 Methodology:
This course is delivered through lectures, multimedia presentations, videos and hands-on practice on modern CAD/CAM specific computers.
 
Learning Outcome:
Participants will be able to:

  • Installing and configuring windows server 2012.
  • Administering Windows Server 2012.
  • Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services.
  • Identify major issues, models, tools, and techniques in network troubleshooting
  • And also assist professional network administrator. They will be able to understand different procedures used in networking, Secure file shearing,
  • Installation of Server, working on active directory.

 

MCSE (Windows Server 2012)2020-05-07T14:22:29+05:00

Safety Management

Some important major accidents in the process industries are used as starting point to prove importance of safety engineering and as a starting point to explain the principles of the international regulations (e.g. Seveso directive) and quantitative risk assessment.
An overview is given of the various internationally accepted qualitative and quantitative methods for the analysis and the assessment of occupational risks, their specific features and application fields. The pro and cons of every method are illustrated by a number of case studies and personal exercises.

  • Introducing managing safely
  • Assessing risks
  • Controlling risks
  • Understanding your responsibilities
  • Identifying Hazards
  • Investigation Accidents and Incidents
  • Measuring Performance
  • Protecting our Environment
    Case Study
  • PPE
  • Excavation
  • Scaffolding
  • Working Walking Surfaces
  • Fall Protection
  • Fire Safety
  • Hazcom
  • First Aid
  • Manuel Handling
  • Machine Handling
  • Electrical Safety
  • LOTO
  • Machine Guarding

Participant Profile:
This course is designed for candidates having educational level up to Matric, FA/FSc ambitious to develop sound engineering concepts in building services design. Also very helpful for DAE/BSc Civil engineering students in on-job field applications.

Instructor Profile:
A team of qualified and experienced professionals in civil engineering is conducting this course.

Methodology:
This course is delivered through lectures, multimedia presentations, videos and hands-on practice on modern specific computers.

Learning Outcome:
Situate the importance of occupational safety and health within a company context and within the broader society;
Make a deliberate choice out of the range of existing risk assessment methodologies for a given situation and apply The chosen method in an elementary industrial environment;
Explain the essential features of a safety management system and outline the responsibilities of the various Stakeholders to be involved;
Situate the basic notions with respect to well-being at the workplace;
Analyze and investigate occupational accidents, and phrase appropriate preventative measures.

Safety Management2020-05-07T14:22:29+05:00

Foundations of Networking

Understanding the foundations of networking is paramount for any IT professional. This course covers the very basics. introducing the core networking topologies and implementation examples. Also explain and compare the OSI and TCP/IP models, and introduce viewers to commonly used network devices, such as NICs, hubs, switches, and routers.

Course Coverage:

  •   Topologies: mesh, bus, ring, star, and more
  • Point-to-point vs. point-to-multipoint networks
  • Exploring LANs, WLANs, and PANs
  • IP addressing and how to create subnet.
  • Understanding the seven layers of the OSI model
  • Exploring layers in the TCP/IP mode
  • Working with NICs, hubs, switches, and routers Web Server & FTP
  • Network Load Balancing 

Participant Profile:
This course is designed for candidates with minimum education level equivalent to S.S.C

Instructor Profile:
A team of experienced and highly qualified professionals in network design is conducting this course.

Methodology:
This course is delivered through lectures, multimedia presentations, videos and hands-on practice on modern CAD/CAM specific computers.

Learning Outcome:

  • Participants will be able to:
  • How switches and routers interconnect using equipment from multiple vendors
  • Basic security and firewall issues
  • How Ethernet works and how all of the various forms can be connected
  • Wireless network options available
  • How to control the network traffic
Foundations of Networking2016-01-08T17:19:37+05:00

Building & Road Quantity Survey Advance (Excel)

Quantity Survey is an activity of great importance in construction projects. This course is designed to prepare technical human resource to perform material estimation and cost analysis involved in small to large construction and civil engineering projects.

Course Coverage:
•    Introduction of quaintly survey.
•    Building detail Estimation (Center Line method)
•    Calculation (PCC, RCC & Steel etc.)
•    Frame Structure Building

  • Raft Foundation
  • Beams
  • Columns
  • Column Footings
  • Slab•    Preparation Center Line Calculation Table (CTT)
    •    Preparation Calculation Data Table (CDT)
    •    Preparation Bill of quantity (BOQ)
    •    Preparation of Finishing Schedule
    •    Preparation of Opening Schedule
    •    Identifying Symbols
    •    Rate analysis
    •    Tender Procedure
    •    Material analysis
    •    Floor Calculation Terrazzo/Tiles/Marble/Skirting
    •    Road estimate
    o    Road in Cutting
    o    Road in Filling
    o    Partially Cutting & Partially Filling
    o    Road with Slop upward and downward

    •    Project #01 (House)
    •    Project #02 (Frame Structure Building)
    •    Project #03 (road)

Participant Profile:
This course is designed for candidates having educational level up to Matric, FA/FSc ambitious to develop sound engineering concepts in building services design. Also very helpful for DAE/BSc Civil engineering students in on-job field applications.

Instructor Profile:
A team of qualified and experienced professionals in civil engineering is conducting this course.

Methodology:
This course is delivered through lectures, multimedia presentations, videos and hands-on practice on modern CAD/CAM specific computers.

Learning Outcome:
Participants will be able to make material and cost estimation for small to mid size construction projects. They will also be able to work independently to produce professional level bill of quantity.

Building & Road Quantity Survey Advance (Excel)2017-02-21T00:15:58+05:00

Advanced Construction Drawings (2D & 3D) (AutoCAD)

Familiarity of a civil engineer with construction design is the utmost requirement of modern era. This course aims at introducing students to civil Drafting/Drawings and Computer Application used for engineering Drafting/Drawings.

Course Coverage:

  • Introduction to Engineering Drawings
  • Principles of engineering Drawing
  • Concept & applications of Co-ordinate system
  • Drawing in 2 Dimensions
  • Editing in 2D wireframe
  • Types of Drawings used in Construction industries
  • Key plan of buildings
  • Foundation, Floor Section
  • Beam, Colum’s & Raft Foundation
  • Elevations and X-section of buildings
  • Principles of dimensioning & Dimensioning in 2D Drawings
  • Project # 1
  • 3D Regular & Round Stairs
  • One & Tow Point Tappers
  • 3D China Shades
  • Creating 3D drawing and Editing 3D wireframe
  • Applying material, lighting and camera to 3D models
  • Controlling finishing material, lighting & camera
  • Project # 2

Participant Profile:
This course is designed for candidates having educational level up to Matric, FA/FSc ambitious to develop sound engineering concepts in building services design. Also very helpful for DAE/BSc Civil engineering students inon-job field applications.

Instructor Profile:
A team of qualified and experienced professionals in construction, roads, bridges and buildings design is conducting this course.

Methodology:
This course is delivered through lectures, multimedia presentations, videos and hands-on practice on modern CAE specific computers.

Learning Outcome:
Participants will be able to assist in Designing of Building (2D & 3D) and understand the design process of these systems in any commercial/domestic buildings, creating any type of drawing (Key plan, X-section, elevation & projections) and also make modules of buildings.

Advanced Construction Drawings (2D & 3D) (AutoCAD)2016-01-08T17:03:35+05:00