OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH FOR ENGINEERING course is designed to impart understanding of the self-regulatory concepts and provisions under the Occupational Safety & Health Act (OSHA). This course presents the responsibilities of workers in implementing and complying with the safety procedures at work. Understanding of notifications of accidents, dangerous occurrence, poisoning and diseases and liability for offences will be imparted upon students. This course will also provide an understanding of the key issues in OSH Management, Incident Prevention, Fire Safety, Hazard Identification Risk Control and Risk Assessment (HIRARC), Workplace Environment and Ergonomics and guide the students gradually into this multi-disciplinary science.
ENGINEERING DRAWING course provides the students with the fundamentals of technical drawings and the application Computer Aided Design (CAD) software.
For technical drawing, it emphasizes on the practical knowledge of drawing instruments and drawing techniques while for CAD the student will learn to navigate and use the software to create 2D drawing design in engineering.
Students shall be able to demonstrate competency in using some standard available features of technical drawing and CAD application to create and manipulate objects or elements in engineering drawing.
WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY provides exposure and knowledge in using hand tools, machine operation such as drilling, lathe, milling and computer numerical control. It also covers on gear measurement and inspection welding process in oxy acetylene, Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) and Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW).
PNEUMATIC AND HYDRAULICS provide knowledge and understanding to the importance of pneumatics and hydraulics circuits, equipment and design along with its usage in the industry.
PROJECT 1 provides students with solid foundation on knowledge and skills in preparing project proposal, writing and presentation of proposal.
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT provides students to a strong fundamental understanding of industrial management prospect, production system planning such as inventory, scheduling, production system operation, facilities, plan location, layout and line balancing. This course also provides knowledge in quality control and human resource management.