Machining Engineering MaterialsEkgta Ltd
- East kilbride
This course has been designed to enable the participant to: 1. Operate a fork lift truck safely and efficiently. 2. Demonstrate extensive knowledge of the fork lift truck and it's limits. 3. Conduct load and environmental assessments.
Suitable for: novice operators with no experience
Requirements: Delegates are required to have some previous engineering machining experience.
National units of Credit
3 Law Place, Nerston Industrial Area, East Kilbride Scotland, G74 4PP, Glasgow, Scotland
The course will aim to develop the delegate''''s competence in a range of practical machining skills to SVQ level 2 and help them acquire associated knowledge in machine terminology.
The course will enable to delegate to build the knowledge and skills required to:
1. Use machines safely
2. Carry out basic conventional turning work utilising suitable techniques on a variety of lathes to produce single and batch components. (4 Weeks)
3. Carry out conventional milling using vertical milling machines to produce complex components. (4 Weeks)
Delegates are required to have some previous engineering machining experience.