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01.02 Document information procedures or processes. 01.03 Utilize basic IT applications. 02.01 Interpret and follow manuals, instructions and SOP's. 02.02 Follow telephone/telecommunication procedures. 02.03 Communicate clearly. 02.04 Prepare brief reports and checklist using standard forms. 02.05 Read/Interpret flowcharts and pictorial information. 03.01 Apply cultural requirement to the workplace. 03.02 Demonstrate integrity and apply practical practices. 03.03 Accept responsibility for own work and work area. 03.04 Seek and act constructively upon feedback about work performance. 03.05 Demonstrate safety skills. 03.06 Respond appropriately to people and situations. 06.01 Understand systems. 06.02 Comply with and follow chain of command. 06.03 Identify and highlight problems. 06.04 Adapt competencies to new situations/systems. 01.04 Analyse information. 01.06 Utilize word processor to process information. 02.08 Prepare pictorial and graphic information. 03.08 Develop and maintain cooperation within work group. 04.01 Organize own work activities. 04.02 Set and revise own objectives and goals. 04.03 Organize and maintain own workplace. 04.04 Apply problem solving strategies. 04.05 Demonstrate initiative and flexibility. 01.07 Utilize database applications to locate a process information. 01.08 Utilize spreadsheets applications to locate and process information. 01.09 Utilize business graphic application to process information. 01.10 Apply a variety of mathematical techniques. 01.11 Apply thinking skills and creativity. 1. Communication skills 2. Conceptual skills 3. Interpersonal skills 4. Learning skills 5. Leadership skills 6. Multitasking and prioritising 7. Self-discipline 8. Teamwork
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31 Tools, Equipment and Materials (TEM) ITEMS RATIO (TEM : Trainees) 1. Computer 2. Design software 2D (AutoCAD) 3. Design software 3D (Inventor, Solidwork, CATIA) 4. Drawing block (drawing table, T-square, set square etc.) 5. Personal computer 6. Calliper 7. Ruler 8. Scale ruler 9. Printing paper 10. Tracing paper 11. Printer 12. Plotter 1:1 1:2 1:2 1:3 1:1 1:5 1:5 1:1 1:1 1:1 1:25 1:25 References REFERENCES 1. David E. Goetsch, William S. Chalk, Raymond L. Rickman, John A. Nelson (2008) Technical Drawing and Engineering Communication, Cengage Learning; 6 edition ISBN-10: 1428335838 2. Ostrouwsky, Engineering Drawing with CAD Applications, Edward Arnold Press, ISBN 0-340-50411-0 3. Maurice Parker Manual of British Standards in Engineering Drawing and Design, British Standards Institute in association with Hutchinson, ISBN 0-09- 172938-6 4. Colin Simmons, Dennis Maguire, Manual of Engineering Drawing, Edward Arnold ISBN 0-340-58484-X 5. Terence M. Shumaker, David A. Madsen, David P. Madsen (2011), AutoCAD and Its Applications Basics 2012, Goodheart-Willcox ISBN-10: 1605255610 6. Kevin Henry (2012), Drawing for Product Designers, Laurence King Publishers ISBN-10: 1856697436
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