Course Structure and Requirements
Course Title: Garments CAD: From Pattern to Marker

Course Objectives:

  1. This course is specially designed to provide technical knowledge and skills to cope with the requirement of Computer Aided Design of Apparel Section 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 Knitting

Total Duration = Two month/1 60 hrs
1. Generic Skills= 2 hrs
2. Occupation Specific knowledge(trade theory)  =30 hrs
3. Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)= 128 hrs

 

1. Age minimum = 18 yrs

2. Education = BA/B.Sc/B.Com passed

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

  1. Primary Knowledge on Different Garments CAD System
  2. Knowledge on Lectra Modaris Software
  3. Knowledge on Diamino Software

II. Competency LevelSkilled Worker Level 4
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 Apparel CAD System

1.5

 

1.5

2.

Working with Lectra Modaris

18.5

68

86.5

3.

Working with Lectra Diamino

12

60

72

Time allocation

20%

80%

100%

Weekly  Assessment

30 Mins

1 Hours

9.0 Hours

Monthly Assessment

30 Mins

2 Hours

2.50 Hours

Final Assessment

30 Mins

2 Hours

2.50 Hours

Total hrs

   

60.00 Hours

Module 1: Introduction to Apparel CAD System
Total Duration: 1.50 Hrs


Sl No

Unit Code

Unit  of Competency (UoC)Title

UoC Level

Nominal Duration in hrs

Generic- Compulsory

 

SIEP-CPM-001

Apply technical terms in the workplace

Level 4

20 Minutes

Occupation Specific Knowledge(trade theory) –Compulsory

 

SIEP-CPM-002

CAD and CAM

Level 4

10 Minutes

 

SIEP-CPM-003

Necessary Hardware and Software

Level 4

10 Minutes

 

SIEP-CPM-004

Available CAD for Apparel Industry

Level 4

10 Minutes

 

SIEP-CPM-005

Comparative Study on Different Brands

Level 4

10 Minutes

Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)- Compulsory

 

SIEP-CPM-006

Introduction to Lectra Workplace

Level 4

30 Minutes

Module 2: Working with Lectra Modaris
Total Duration: 86.5 Hrs


Sl No

Unit Code

Unit  of Competency (UoC)Title

UoC Level

Nominal Duration in hrs

Generic Compulsory

 

SIEP-CPM-007

Understanding Technical Terms regarding Garments CAD

Level 4

1.0

Occupation Specific Knowledge(trade theory) –Compulsory

 

SIEP-CPM-008

Understanding Size Table, Style and Layer

Level 4

1.0

 

SIEP-CPM-009

Working with Line Tools

Level 4

1.0

 

SIEP-CPM-010

Working with Points and Curves

Level 4

0.50

 

SIEP-CPM-011

Working with Sewing Allowance

Level 4

0.50

 

SIEP-CPM-012

Grading Basics

Level 4

1.0

 

SIEP-CPM-013

Working with Grading

Level 4

0.50

 

SIEP-CPM-014

Piece extraction, Doubling

Level 4

0.50

 

SIEP-CPM-015

Creating Variant and Exporting

Level 4

0.50

Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)- Compulsory

 

SIEP-CPM-016

Understanding the User Interface

Level 4

10.0

 

SIEP-CPM-017

Understanding Size Table, Style and Layer

Level 4

10.0

 

SIEP-CPM-018

Working with Line Tools

Level 4

10.0

 

SIEP-CPM-019

Working with Points and Curves

Level 4

10.0

 

SIEP-CPM-020

Working with Sewing Allowance

Level 4

8.0

 

SIEP-CPM-021

Grading Basics

Level 4

5.0

 

SIEP-CPM-022

Working with Grading

Level 4

5.0

 

SIEP-CPM-023

Piece extraction, Doubling

Level 4

5.0

 

SIEP-CPM-024

Creating Variant and Exporting

Level 4

5.0


Module 3:  Working with Lectra Diamino
Total Duration: 72.0 Hrs


Sl No

Unit Code

Unit  of Competency (UoC)Title

UoC Level

Nominal Duration in Hrs

Occupation Specific Knowledge( Trade theory) –Compulsory

 

SIEP-CPM-025

Understanding Technical Terms regarding Diamino, User Interface and Access Path

Level 4

12.0

Occupation Specific Skills(practical/demonstration)- Compulsory

 

SIEP-CPM-026

Defining Access Path and Importing Variant

Level 4

10.0

 

SIEP-CPM-027

Marker Configuration in Diamino

Level 4

10.0

 

SIEP-CPM-028

Manual Marker Making in Diamino

Level 4

20.0

 

SIEP-CPM-029

Automatic Marker Making in Diamino

Level 4

20.0

List of Jobs to Achieve UoC:


SL

Name of the Job
to Achieve UoC

Time Allocated
for each Job

Time of implementation

1.

Understanding the User Interface

   

2.

Understanding Size Table, Style and Layer

   

3.

Working with Line Tools

   

4.

Working with Points and Curves

   

5.

Working with Sewing Allowance

   

6.

Grading Basics

   

7.

Working with Grading

   

8.

Piece extraction, Doubling

   

9.

Creating Variant and Exporting

   

10.

Defining Access Path and Importing Variant

   

11.

Marker Configuration in Diamino

   

12.

Manual Marker Making in Diamino

   

13.

Automatic Marker Making in Diamino

   
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