Testing and callibration - Mechanical Dimension

Testing and callibration - Mechanical Dimension

The individual at work is responsible for calibration of mechanical measuring instruments, such as reference equipment, measuring aids, linear and form reference equipment, angle measuring devices, surface topography measuring devices, gauges and miscellaneous devices, using authorized calibration setup and procedure.

Certified by IASC

Industry Oriented Curriculum

Real Time Projects

Designed by Industry Experts
Course Module
  •  Module 1: Introduction to the Role and Responsibilities of a Testing and Calibration Technician (Electrotechnical)
  •  Pre-requisites for Electrotechnical Calibration Mapped to NOS IAS/N5001
  •  Calibration and Calculation of Electrotechnical Parameters Mapped to NOS IAS/N5002
  •  Preventive Maintenance and Task Reporting Mapped to NOS IAS/N5003
  •  Soft Skills and Work Ethics Mapped to NOS IAS/N9001
  •  Basic Health and Safety Practices Mapped to NOS IAS/N9002
  •  Self Development Practices Mapped to NOS IAS/N9002

No product is made today, no person moves today, nothing is collected, analysed or communicated without some “digital technology” being an integral part of it. That, in itself, speaks to the overwhelming ‘value’ of digital technology.

Louis Rossetto