Core modules for Mechanical Servicing
ITE SKILLS CERTIFICATE (ISC) IN MECHANICAL SERVICING
This course aims to equip learners with the vocational technical skills and knowledge in installing, maintaining, troubleshooting and overhauling of various mechanical production machines and industrial equipment in a factory or process plant.
There are 5 core modules in the Mechanical Servicing Course.
The 5 core modules are :
- Mechanical Fabrication
- Piping & Valve System
- Machinery Servicing
- Hydraulics & Pneumatics
- Industry Experiential Programme
Students are trained to fabricate and fit engineering components, by bench fitting and drilling operation according to the specifications in a working drawing.
Piping & Valve System
Students are trained to carry out minor repair and replacement of fluid supply pipes and fittings and to maintain, troubleshoot and repair industrial fluid valves.
Students are trained to carry out a preventive maintenance programme, maintain and service bearings and basic engineering mechanisms, lubrication systems and mechanical transmission systems; lift and move heavy loads safely.
Hydraulics & Pneumatics
Students are trained to install and maintain hydraulic and pneumatic systems in plant machinery and equipment.
Industry Experiential Programme (IEP)
The 9-week Industry Experiential Programme (IEP) module is compulsory for all final year students prior to their graduation. IEP provides students with the opportunities to improve their social, communication and technical skills needed for real work life upon their graduation. Their IEP is graded by industry supervisors based on their performance.
Student checking engine oil level
Student fixing bicycle seat
Student cleaning fan coil unit
Elective for Mechanical Servicing
Students must complete a minimum of 4 electives at the end of course.
The Electives offered are:
- Computer Aided Drafting
- Basic Electrical Servicing
- Basic Restaurant Service
- Basic Retail Services
Taster Programme for Mechanical Servicing
The taster module for the ISC in Mechanical Servicing aims to enable the students to discover their interests, aptitudes and talents in mechanical servicing. Students will have an opportunity to acquire some basic mechanical skills through interpreting blueprints, producing CAD drawings, assembling of copper pipe system, pneumatic automated system and storage racks.
Progression Opportunities for Mechanical Servicing
ISC Mechanical Servicing graduates with good results may apply for progression to the following Nitec courses:
- Nitec in Mechanical Technology
- Nitec in Facility Technology (Landscaping Services)
- Nitec in Automotive Technology (Heavy Vehicles)
- Nitec in Automotive Technology (Light Vehicles)
- NorthLight Academy