Pitac College Lahore Short Courses

Pitac College Lahore Short Courses have been announced on Pakistan industrial technical assistant centre Official website.Interested candidates can apply for these  positions at Pitac Center.

Key Details

Here is the key details about Pitac College Lahore Short Courses:

OrganisationPakistan Industrial Technical Assistant Centre
SectorGovernment
Course TypePhysical

PITAC Courses List

Mold Designing

Duration

The Mold Designing course spans 6 weeks, featuring classes five days a week with sessions available in both the morning and evening. This schedule is designed to offer a comprehensive learning experience, catering to various time preferences for optimal participation.

Learning Objectives

Designers need to move models between the part and mold design stages, which involves bringing in, taking out, and fixing data.

Pro/Engineering Wildfire 4.0

Duration

The Pro/Engineering Wildfire 4.0 course spans a duration of 6 weeks, offering classes five days a week with sessions available in both the morning and evening. This schedule is designed to provide a comprehensive learning experience for participants, accommodating different time preferences to ensure optimal engagement.

Learning Objectives

  • Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0 offers hundreds of enhancements.
  • Optimization of global design processes, including electromechanical design.
  • Increased performance and new product design capabilities.
  • Aiming to elevate productivity to a higher level.
  • Highlights of this release are not provided in the information.

3D CAD/CAM

Course Duration

The 3D CAD/CAM course extends over a period of 6 weeks, featuring classes scheduled five days a week. Participants can choose from both morning and evening sessions, allowing flexibility in timing. This comprehensive schedule is crafted to provide a robust learning experience in the realm of 3D Computer-Aided Design and Computer-Aided Manufacturing, catering to a diverse range of time preferences for optimal participation.

Learning Objectives

  • The course aims to provide knowledge about CAD/CAM/CAE, reverse engineering, metrology, and rapid prototyping.
  • Students will be familiarised with each step of the product development cycle related to CAD/CAM/CAE applications and relevant hardware equipment.
  • The curriculum covers common techniques used in product development.
  • Expectation is that students have basic knowledge of technical drawing and 3D CAD.

AutoCAD Mechanical

Course Duration

This AutoCAD Mechanical course is structured to span a period of 6 weeks, with classes held five days a week. Participants can choose between morning and evening sessions, providing flexibility to accommodate various schedules and ensuring a comprehensive learning experience.

Learning Objectives

  • AutoCAD is highlighted as an extremely powerful software tool and the primary computer-aided design package globally.
  • The focus of the class is on acquiring skills and processes for drawing mechanical parts, architectural plans, engineering diagrams, electronics, etc.
  • Previous experience in drafting fundamentals is considered helpful, but students with no drafting experience are encouraged to create and edit a simple drawing and gradually develop those tools.
  • The course introduces more advanced tools over its duration.
  • Not every command or option is covered, with the intent being to emphasise the most essential tools and concepts.

Engineering Drafting

Course Duration

The program spans a duration of 6 weeks, offering classes throughout the week with a frequency of 5 days. To cater to diverse schedules, both morning and evening sessions are available.

Learning Objectives

  • Engineering drawing is emphasised as the language of the industry.
  • Graphic representation involves concepts conveyed through lines or marks on a surface.
  • A drawing is described as the graphic representation of either imagination or reality.
  • Engineering drawing is considered a graphic language expressing technical ideas with a pragmatic intention.
  • It is highlighted as a toolkit used in all branches of the industry.

Solid works

Course Duration

The SolidWorks course is designed to run for a duration of 6 weeks, featuring classes conducted throughout the week with a frequency of 5 days. To accommodate varying schedules, participants have the option to attend sessions during both morning and evening timings.

Responsibilities

  • Upon completion, participants are expected to demonstrate proficiency in utilising various drawing and modification commands within SolidWorks. 
  • They should be able to proficiently craft three-dimensional solid models and assemble them into complex structures.
  • participants are anticipated to apply industry standards effectively in the preparation of technical mechanical drawings.

Piping design

Course Description

The Piping Design course spans a duration of 6 weeks, providing instruction five days a week. Participants can choose from morning and evening sessions, offering flexibility in scheduling.

Course Content

Introduction to Piping:

Overview and fundamentals of piping systems.

Design Basis for Water and Steam Piping:

Establishing criteria for designing water and steam piping systems.

Equivalent Length of Pipe and Fittings:

Detailed exploration of pipe sizing, pressure drop calculations, and determination of equivalent lengths for pipes and fittings.

Piping Layout Design and Leak Testing:

Techniques for designing piping layouts, including leak testing procedures.

Sectional Detail and Drawings:

Understanding sectional detailing and drawing techniques.

Introduction to Stress Analysis (Pipe Support and Pipe Racks):

Basics of stress analysis with a focus on pipe support and pipe racks.

Piping of Valves, Centrifugal Pumps, and Other Equipment:

Incorporating valves, centrifugal pumps, and various equipment like engines, cooling towers, and chillers into piping systems.

Piping at Elevation:

Considerations and techniques for piping at different elevations.

Heat Tracing and Insulation of Pipes:

Overview of heat tracing and insulation techniques for pipes

Learning Objectives

  • The course aims to provide an introduction to piping.
  • Covers design basis for water and steam piping.
  • Includes topics like pipe sizing, pressure drop calculations, and equivalent length of pipe and fittings.
  • Addresses piping layout design and leak testing.
  • Involves sectional detail and drawings.
  • Introduces stress analysis with a focus on pipe support and pipe racks.
  • Covers piping of valves, centrifugal pumps, and various equipment at elevation.
  • Includes heat tracing and insulation of pipes.

Cutting Tool Design

Course Description

The Cutting Tool Design course is structured to run for a duration of 6 weeks, with classes scheduled five days a week. Participants can choose from morning and evening sessions, providing flexibility in attendance.

Course Content

Introduction to Cutting Tools & Gauges

A comprehensive overview of cutting tools and gauges, providing a foundational understanding.

Differentiating Cutting Tools:

Exploring the distinctions between various types of cutting tools.

Basic Trigonometry:

Incorporating fundamental trigonometric principles relevant to cutting tool design.

Design of Flat Form & Circular Form Tools, and Press Tools:

Detailed insights into the design process of flat form, circular form tools, and press tools, including their configurations.

Tools Across Different Materials:

Understanding the optimal angles recommended for High-Speed Steel (HSS) tools when cutting different materials.

Gearing and Calculation:

A study of gearing principles and associated calculations.

Designing DP Cutters, Twist Drills & Milling Cutters:

In-depth exploration of the design intricacies behind DP cutters, twist drills, and milling cutters.

Material Specification, Heat Treatment, and Surface Finish for Angles:

Guidelines for material specifications, heat treatment processes, and required surface finishes pertaining to cutting tool angles.

Jigs and Fixtures Design

Course Description

The Jigs and Fixtures Design course extends over a period of 6 weeks, with classes scheduled five days a week. Participants can opt for either morning or evening sessions, providing flexibility to accommodate various schedules. This program is specifically tailored to cover the intricacies of designing jigs and fixtures, offering a comprehensive learning experience over the 6-week duration.

Course Content

Introduction to Jigs and Fixtures:

An overarching introduction to the fundamental concepts and applications of jigs and fixtures.

Distinguishing Jigs and Fixtures:

A comprehensive examination of the distinctions between jigs and fixtures, clarifying their respective roles.

Fundamental Designing Principles:

Exploring the basic principles integral to the design of effective jigs and fixtures.

General Location Principles:

Understanding the broad principles involved in the accurate location of workpieces.

Drill Bushes and Pins:

In-depth insights into the application and design of drill bushes and pins within jigs and fixtures.

Locating and Clamping Devices:

Exploring the devices and techniques used for effective workpiece location and secure clamping.

Classification and Design of Jigs for Drilling Operations:

A detailed examination of the classification and design principles applied to jigs specifically tailored for drilling operations.

Fixture Design for Milling Operations and Its Application:

Understanding the intricacies of designing fixtures tailored for milling operations, along with practical applications.

Material Selection and Heat Treatment Processes:

Guidelines for the selection of materials and the corresponding heat treatment processes essential for durable and effective jigs and fixtures.

Learning Objectives

  • Provide a general introduction to jigs and fixtures.
  • Differentiate between jigs and fixtures.
  • Introduce basic designing principles for jigs and fixtures.
  • Explain the general principle of location in jigs and fixtures.
  • Discuss drill bushes & pins and locating and clamping devices.
  • Cover the classification and designing of jigs for drilling operation.
  • Discuss designing fixtures for milling operation and their applications.
  • Address the selection of material and its heat treatment process for jigs and fixtures.

Press Tool Design

Course Description

The Press Tool Design course spans a duration of 6 weeks, with classes conducted five days a week, offering both morning and evening sessions. This program is meticulously structured to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of press tool design.

Course Content

Significance of Various Production Tools:

An initial exploration into the crucial role played by diverse production tools, emphasising their importance in manufacturing processes.

Steps in Press Tool Design:

A comprehensive walkthrough of the sequential steps involved in the design of press tools, providing a structured approach to the process.

Compound Dies:

In-depth insights into the design and functionality of compound dies, highlighting their application in manufacturing.

Draw Dies:

A detailed examination of draw dies, covering their design principles and usage in shaping materials.

Designing Piercing & Blanking Dies:

Exploration of the design aspects specific to piercing and blanking dies, crucial for material removal processes.

Layout of Scrap Strip:

Understanding the strategic layout planning for scrap strips, ensuring efficient material utilisation during production.

Automatic Stripper, and Stripper Plates:

Comprehensive coverage of the design considerations for key components, such as die block punches, fingers, stripper, punch plates, automatic stripper, and stripper plates.

Selection of Die Sets:

Guidelines for the thoughtful selection of die sets, considering factors like precision and functionality.

Guide Bushes & Guide Pins:

An exploration of the role and design considerations for guide bushes and guide pins in press tool design.

Springs:

Understanding the application of springs in press tools and their role in optimising functionality.

Material Selection and Heat Treatment:

Guidelines for selecting materials and determining appropriate heat treatment processes to enhance the durability and performance of press tools.

Learning Objectives

  • Emphasise the significance of various production tools.
  • Walk through the steps of designing press tools.
  • Cover compound dies and draw dies.
  • Discuss the design of piercing & blanking dies.
  • Address the layout of scrap strips.
  • Include the design of die block punches, fingers, stripper, punch plates, automatic stripper, and stripper plates.
  • Cover the selection of die sets, guide bushes & guide pins, and springs.
  • Discuss the selection of material and their heat treatment.

Pitac College Lahore Short Courses Online Apply

To apply, simply follow these guidelines:

  •  Visit the Pitac Official website and explore all the current course openings.
  •  Submit your application to Pakistan Industrial Technical Assistance Centre at 234 Lahore – Kasur Road, near Metro Bus Canal Station, Abu Bakar Block, Garden Town, Lahore, Punjab 54000.

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How can I apply for Pitac College Lahore Short Courses?

To apply for Pitac College Lahore Short Courses, visit the official Pitac website and explore the current course openings. Follow the provided guidelines for submitting your application to the Pakistan Industrial Technical Assistance Centre.

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