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Weaving Fundamentals

Course type: Basic

Course Duration: 80 hours

Classes: 16 classes in 1 month

Course Objectives:

  1. This course is specially designed to provide technical knowledge and skills to cope with the requirement of primary knowledge on woven fabric, different woven fabric structure and their designing, weaving process and machines. The course will be implemented to ensure at least 80% of total contact hours on practical/hands on skills training or practice and 20% trade/ occupations related theory including OHS and soft modules;
  2. The course is designed to enable trainees to acquire a range of technical and vocational, practical, personal and organizational skills valued and utilized both within and beyond the workplace;
  3. The course is designed to meet the required competencies of the occupations needed in the labor market in and outside the country,

Course Outline

Name of the Course

Duration of Course

Entry Qualification

Weaving Technology Total Duration = 80 hrs
1. Generic Skills= 2 hrs
2. Occupation Specific knowledge(trade theory) =14 hrs
3. Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)= 64 hrs
1. Age minimum = 18 yrs

2. Education = SSC (Fill up from Main Sheet) passed

I.Requirement of Competencies for the Targeted Occupations in the Job market

  1. Primary Knowledge on woven fabric.
  2. Knowledge on weaving fabric process.
  3. Knowledge on weaving machines and mechanism.

II. Competency Level : Basic Skilled Worker Level 1
III. Student Assessment Method

  1. Class Test( oral & practical based on achievement of competencies , once every 7 days)
  2. Monthly Test( oral & practical, once every 30 days)
  3. Final Test ( oral and practical based on achievement of competencies outlined for the course )
  4. Final Test to be conducted by Industry Assessors and institutional Trainers to assess the skills received during training

IV. IndustryAssessor Requirements
Assessor to conduct assessment must meet the following requirements

  1. Trainer (from other institution) or practitioner in the trade area at least for five(5) years
  2. Trainer(from other institution) or practitioner should be certified by BTEB/ISC/industry association (BTMA)
  3. One assessor can assess maximum 6 (six) Trainees a day

V. Certification System

  1. Certification will be done based on the assessment report from Industry Assessors and marks obtained from weekly, monthly and final test /assessment.

Time Distribution

Module No

Job Focused Module

Allocated Time(Contact Hours)

Occupation Specific Knowledge (trade theory) in hrs

Occupation Specific Skills(Practical) in hrs

Total in hrs

1. Introduction to woven fabric and quality controls

4

16

20

2. Weaving manufacturing process

6

24

30

3. Weaving machines and mechanism

8

22

30

Time allocation

20%

80%

100%

Weekly Assessment

30 Mins

30 Mins

3.0 Hrs

Monthly Assessment

1 Hour

1.5 Hour

2.50 Hours

Final Assessment

1 Hour

1.5 Hour

2.50 Hours

Total hrs

80
Hours

Module 1: Introduction to woven fabrics and quality control.
Total Duration: 20.0 Hrs

Sl No Unit Code Unit of Competency (UoC)Title UoC Level Nominal Duration in hrs
Generic- Compulsory
SIEP-BWS-001 Apply OHS practices in the workplace Level 1 30 mins
SIEP-BWS-002 Apply technical terms in the workplace Level 1 15 mins
SIEP-BWS-003 General idea utility Level 1 15 mins
Occupation Specific Knowledge(trade theory) -Compulsory
SIEP-BWS-004

Knowledge on types of woven fabrics.

Level 1 1 hr
SIEP-BWS-005

Knowledge on details description of various woven structure

Level 1 1 hr
SIEP-BWS-006

Quality control in woven fabric.

Level 1 1 hr
Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)- Compulsory
SIEP-BWS-007 Demonstration of different types of woven fabric and their identification Level 1 4.0 hrs
SIEP-BWS-008 Demonstration on woven fabric construction Level 1 6.0 hrs
SIEP-BWS-009 Demonstration on different woven fabric faults Level 1 6.0 hrs

Module 2: weaving manufacturing process
Total Duration: 30 Hrs

Sl No Unit Code

Unit of Competency (UoC)Title

UoC Level Nominal Duration in hrs
Generic Compulsory
SIEP-BWS-010 Apply OHS practices in the workplace Level 1 30 mins
SIEP-BWS-011 Precaution at machine operation Level 1 30 mins
SIEP-BWS-012 Introduction to different accidents in weaving shed Level 1 30 mins
Occupation Specific Knowledge(trade theory) -Compulsory
SIEP-BWS-013

Understanding winding process

Level 1 1:30 hr
SIEP-BWS-014

Knowledge on warping machines and process.

Level 1 1:30 hr
SIEP-BWS-015

Knowledge on sizing machines and process

Level 1 1:30 hr
Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)- Compulsory
SIEP-BWS-016 Demonstration on winding process. Level 1 8 hrs
SIEP-BWS-017 Demonstration on warping process. Level 1 8 hrs
SIEP-BWS-018 Demonstration on sizing process. Level 1 8 hrs

Module 3: weaving machines and mechanism
Total Duration: 30 Hrs

Sl No Unit Code

Unit of Competency (UoC)Title

UoC Level Nominal Duration in Hrs
Occupation Specific Knowledge( Trade theory) -Compulsory
SIEP-BWS-019 Knowledge on different weaving machines components Level 1 2 hrs
SIEP-BWS-020 Knowledge on different types of shedding and beating mechanism. Level 1 2 hrs
SIEP-BWS-021 Knowledge on various differences among picking mechanism. Level 1 2 hrs
Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)- Compulsory
SIEP-BWS-022 Demonstration of various weaving machines Level 1 8 hrs
SIEP-BWS-023 Demonstration of mechanisms of shuttle loom and air jet loom. Level 1 8 hrs
SIEP-BWS-024 Demonstration on rapier and projectile loom. Level 1 8 hrs

Quality Control in Spinning

Course Structure and Requirements
Course Title: Quality Control in Spinning

Course Objectives:

  1. This course is specially designed to provide technical knowledge and skills to cope with the requirement of Quality Control Associated with the Spinning Process of Textile Sector. The course will be implemented to ensure at least 80% of total contact hours on practical/hands on skills training or practice and 20% trade/ occupations related theory including OHS and soft modules;
  2. The course is designed to enable trainees to acquire a range of technical and vocational, practical, personal and organizational skills valued and utilized both within and beyond the workplace;
  3. The course is designed to meet the required competencies of the occupations needed in the labor market in and outside the country;

Course Outline

Name of the Course

Duration of Course

Entry Qualification

Quality Control in Spinning

Total Duration = One months/ 80 hrs
1. Generic Skills= 2 hrs
2. Occupation Specific knowledge(trade theory) =14 hrs
3. Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)= 64 hrs
1. Age minimum = 18 yrs

2. Education = SSC (Fill up from Main Sheet) passed

I. Requirement of Competencies for the Targeted Occupations in the Job market

  1. Primary Knowledge on Spinning Process
  2. Knowledge on Cotton Properties
  3. Knowledge on Quality Parameters Spinning

II. Competency Level: Medium-Skilled Worker Level 2
III. Student Assessment Method

  1. Class Test( oral & practical based on achievement of competencies , once every 7 days)
  2. Monthly Test( oral & practical, once every 30 days)
  3. Final Test ( oral and practical based on achievement of competencies outlined for the course )
  4. Final Test to be conducted by Industry Assessors and institutional Trainers to assess the skills received during training

IV. Industry Assessor Requirements,
Assessor to conduct assessment must meet the following requirements

  1. Trainer (from other institution) or practitioner in the trade area at least for five(5) years
  2. Trainer(from other institution) or practitioner should be certified by BTEB/ISC/industry association (BTMA)
  3. One assessor can assess maximum 6 (six) Trainees a day

V. Certification System

  1. Certification will be done based on the assessment report from Industry Assessors and marks obtained from weekly, monthly and final test /assessment.

Time Distribution

Module No

Job Focused Module

Allocated Time(Contact Hours)

Occupation Specific Knowledge (trade theory) in hrs

Occupation Specific Skills(Practical) in hrs

Total in hrs

1. Introduction and Importance of Quality Control in Spinning

2

10

12

2. Quality of Cotton Fibre

4

15

19

3. Yarn Properties and Quality

4

15

19

4 Yarn Numbering System

4

12

16

5 Modern Yarn Quality Testing Equipment

2

12

14

Time allocation

20%

80%

100%

Weekly Assessment

30 Min

30 Min

4.0 Hr

Final Assessment

1 Hour

1.5 Hour

2.50 Hour

Total hrs

80:00 Hours

Module 1: Introduction and Importance of Quality Control in Spinning
Total Duration: 12.0 Hrs

Sl No Unit Code Unit of Competency (UoC)Title UoC Level Nominal Duration in hrs
Generic- Compulsory
SIEP-QCS-001 Idea on OHS practice in Spinning Floor Level 2 15 min
SIEP-QCS-002 Acquaintance with Technical Terms used in Spinning Level 2 15 min
Occupation Specific Knowledge(trade theory) –Compulsory
SIEP-QCS-003 General Knowledge on Spinning Process and Associated Quality Aspects Level 2 45 min
SIEP-QCS-004 Idea on Importance of Quality Control in Spinning Level 2 45 min
Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)- Compulsory
SIEP-QCS-005 General Idea on Spinning Machines Level 2 10 hr

Module 2: Quality of Cotton Fibre
Total Duration: 19.0 Hrs

Sl No Unit Code

Unit of Competency (UoC)Title

UoC Level Nominal Duration in hrs
Occupation Specific Knowledge(trade theory) –Compulsory
SIEP-QCS-006 Knowledge on Connection between Fibre Quality and Yarn Quality Level 2 60 min
SIEP-QCS-007 Idea on Fineness Properties of Cotton Level 2 2 hr
SIEP-QCS-008 Neps and Trash Level 2 60 min
Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)- Compulsory
SIEP-QCS-009 Skills of Identifying Cotton Quality Level 2 10 hr
SIEP-QCS-010 Skills of Controlling Moisture Level 2 5 hr

Module 3: Yarn Properties and Quality
Total Duration: 19.0 Hrs

Sl No Unit Code

Unit of Competency (UoC)Title

UoC Level Nominal Duration in Hrs
Occupation Specific Knowledge( Trade theory) –Compulsory
SIEP-QCS-011 Idea on Evenness of Yarn Level 2 2 hr
SIEP-QCS-012 Idea on Strength of yarn Level 2 2hr
Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)- Compulsory
SIEP-QCS-013 Working with the Yarn Evenness Testing Machines Level 2 10 hr
SIEP-QCS-014 Skills of using the Lea Strength Tester Level 2 5 hr

Module 4: Yarn Numbering System
Total Duration: 16.0 Hrs

Sl No Unit Code

Unit of Competency (UoC)Title

UoC Level Nominal Duration in Hrs
Occupation Specific Knowledge(trade theory)-Compulsory
SIEP-QCS-015 Idea on Direct and In-direct yarn Numbering Systems Level 2 4 hr
Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)- Compulsory
SIEP-QCS-016 Skills of Using Count Measuring Tools Level 2 6 hr
SIEP-QCS-017 Skills to Determine Count Strength Product (CSP) Level 2 6 hr

Module 5: Modern Yarn Quality Testing Equipment
Total Duration: 14.0 Hrs,

Sl No Unit Code

Unit of Competency (UoC)Title

UoC Level Nominal Duration in hrs
Occupation Specific Knowledge(trade theory) –Compulsory
SIEP-QCS-018 General Overview of Uster Evenness Tester Level 2 1 hr
SIEP-QCS-019 Idea on AFIS machine Level 2 1 hr
Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)- Compulsory
SIEP-QCS-020 Working with USTER-4 Level 2 6 hr
SIEP-QCS-021 Skills to use AFIS machine Level 2 6 hr

List of Jobs to Achieve UoC

Name of the Job to Achieve UoC

Time Allocated for each Job

Time of implementation

1. Getting Acquaintance with the Spinning Process and associated Quality Terms 4.5 hrs 1st week
2. Fiber Quality, Fineness and Maturity Properties 4.0 hrs 2nd week
3. Idea and Skills to Control Moisture 1.5 hrs 2nd week
4. Evenness and Strength of Yarn 5.0 hrs 3rd week
5. Yarn Numbering System: Yarn Counts 3.0 hrs 3rd week
6. Working with Modern Yarn Quality Testing Machines 5.0 hrs 4th week

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