Course Details

Course Code: EN6990
Course Title: Engineering Practice
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Course Level:: Level 6
Valid From:: 2018/2019 Sem 1
Credits:: 15
Owner: Engineering Technology
Assessment Method: Achievement
Course Aim

This course aims to provide students with a range of practical skills and an understanding of engineering principles required to machine or fabricate engineering components. Exposure to these workshop skills will give the student an understanding and an underpinning knowledge on which to base future engineering design considerations or decisions.

On Completion of this course, the learner will be able to
# Learning Outcome Description
1 Demonstrate detailed knowledge and understanding of workshop safety including the identification and management of workshop hazards.
2 Produce simple engineering reports in a well-structure manner.
3 Interpret basic engineering drawings and use appropriate measuring equipment to manufacture components to a specified tolerance.
4 Demonstrate detailed knowledge and understanding of manufacturing processes, materials and terminology.
5 Manufacture basic engineering components using: • Hand tools • Hand Power tools • Power machines (radial drills bench presses etc…) • Lathes • Milling machines • Engravers • CNC machines • MMAW (Manual metal arc welding) • GMAW (Gas metal arc welding) • GTAW (Gas Tungsten arc welding) • Hard soldering/brazing/soft soldering
No requisites
No Examinations
No Other Controlled Assessments
Uncontrolled Assessments
Assessment Type
Practical Project
Assessment Type
Assessment Type
Practical Project

The institute reserves the right to alter the nature and timings of assessment

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