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Lain-Lain

English for Engineer

  • Up to 24 – 40 hours of training content
  • Four learning modules to develop key skills:
  1. Speaking in technical English
  2. Listening and comprehension
  3. Technical writing
  4. Reading and understanding technical publications
  • Features:
  1. Topics are relevant to all engineers, including electrical, civil, and mechanical, as well as other technical professionals
  2. Visual elements guide the learner through skill areas
  3. Dynamic, interactive learning experience
  4. Provides immediate feedback
  5. Progress through course in any order and any learning level
  • At the end of the training, partcipant is able to:
  1. Communicate more effectively and share ideas with colleagues
  2. Enhance communication skills for career advancement
  3. Strengthen written English communications
  4. Develop effective presentation and speaking skills
  5. Increase fluency in the specialized language needed for work with a focus on
  6. technical and non-technical vocabulary
  7. Learn authentic terminology and practice real tasks to help prepare for everyday work
Unit Skills Language Text
1. Technology in use Describing technical functions and applications Explaining how technology Works Emphasising technical Advantages Simplifying and illustrating technical explanations Words stemming from use allow, enable, permit, ensure, Prevent Verbs to describe ovement Verbs and adjectives to Describe Advantages Adverbs for adding Emphasis Phrases for simplifying And Rephrasing Listening
GPS applications
Space elevators
Advantages of a
new pump
A guided tour
Reading
Space elevators
Otis lift technology
Pile foundations
2. Materials technology Describing specific Materials Categorising materials Specifying and describing Properties Discussing quality Issues Common materials Categories of materials consist of, comprise, made of, made from, made out of Properties of materials Phrases for describing requirements Compounds of resistant Adverbs of degree Listening
An environmental
audit
Specialised tools
High-performance
Watches
Reading
Materials recycling
Regenerative
brakes
Kevlar
3. Components and assemblies Describing component shapes and features Explaining and assessing manufacturing techniques Explaining jointing and fixing techniques Describing positions of assembled components Shapes and 3D features Words to describe machining Phrases for describing suitability Verbs and nouns to describe joints and fixings Prepositions of position Listening
A project briefing
Electrical plugs and
sockets
Metal fabrication
UHP waterjet
cutting
Options for fixing
Cluster ballooning
Reading
Cutting operations
Flow waterjet
technology
Joints and fixings
The flying garden
chair
4. Engineering design Working with drawings Discussing dimensions and Precision Describing design phases and procedures Resolving design problems Views on technical drawings Phrases related to scale Phrases related to tolerance length, width, thickness, etc. Drawing types and versions Verbs for describing stages of a design process Verbs and nouns for describing design problems Listening
A drawing query
Scale
A floor design
Design procedures
Revising a detail
Reading
Superflat floors
Queries and
instructions
5.Breaking point Describing types of technical problem Assessing and interpreting Faults Describing the causes of faults Discussing repairs and maintenance Verbs and adjectives for describing technical problems Words for describing faults and their severity Phrases for describing certainty/uncertainty Adjectives with prefixes for describing technical problems Verbs for describing repairs and maintenance Listening
A racing car test
session
Test session
problems
Technical help-line
Tyre pressure
problems
A maintenance
Check
Reading
Air Transat Flight
236
6.Technical development Discussing technical requirements Suggesting ideas and solutions Assessing feasibility Describing improvements and redesigns Phrases for referring to issues Phrases for referring to quantity and extent Phrases or suggesting solutions and alternatives Idioms to describe feasibility Verbs with re… to describe Modifications Idioms to describe redesigning Listening
Simulator
requirements and
effects
Lifting options
Hole requirements
and forming
A project briefing
Reading
Mammoth proble
7.Procedures and precautions Describing health and safety precautions Emphasising the importance of precautions Discussing regulations and standards Working with written instructions and notices Types of industrial hazards Types of protective equipment Phrases for emphasising importance Terms to describe regulations Common language on safety notices Language style in written instructions Listening
A safety meeting
Hazard analysis
Live line
precautions
Safety training
Oral instructions
Reading
Live line
maintenance
Helicopter safety
on oil platforms
8.Monitoring and control Describing automated systems Referring to measurable parameters Discussing readings and trends Giving approximate figures Words to describe automated systems Words to describe measurable parameters Words to describe fluctuations Words and phrases for approximating numbers Listening
Intelligent buildings
and automation
Monitoring and
control systems
Electricity demand
and supply
problems
Pumped storage
hydroelectric power
Internal reviews
Reading
Industrial process
monitoring
Dynamic demand
controls
9.Theory and practice Explaining tests and experiments Exchanging views on predictions and theories Comparing results with Expectations Discussing causes and effects Words to describe test types Words and phrases for stating assumptions Words and hrases for agreeing and disagreeing Phrases for comparing expectations and results Words for linking causes and effects Listening
Vehicle design and
testing
Water rockets
Air drop problems
Moon landings
Reading
A rocket
competition
Chicken cannon
10.Pushing the boundaries Discussing performance and suitability Describing physical forces Discussing relative performance Describing capabilities and limitations Adjectives for describing suitability and performance Words to describe types of forces factor, criteria, criterion, consideration Words and phrases to describe degrees of difference Words to describe capabilities and limits Listening
Wind turbine
towers
Tall structures
TGV world speed
record
The story of John
Paul Stapp
Reading
Wind turbines fact
file
Solar towers
Transport
alternatives
The Sonic Wind
tests
The rocket sled proposal

Instructor
Henry Sumartono

Date & Venue
Date : 24 s.d 28 November 2014
Venue : Jl. Pondasi No. 50E Kampung Ambon – Jakarta Timur

For Further Information0
PT. UPAYA RIKSA PATRA
Ph. 021. 4715699, 47865925, 47861912, 47882387, 47882794, 4891409
Fax. 021.47865925 Email. upaya-riksa@centrin.net.id
CP : Vera / Eva / Nisa / Rosma

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Depnakertrans Ri

Welder SMAW System

Pelatihan & Sertifikasi Juru Las (Welder) SMAW

Subject : Knowledge and Practical Training for All Participant
Knowledge Requirement

  1. K3 Pengelasan
  2. Pemeliharaan Peralatan Las Busur Listrik
  3. Teknik Dasar Pengelasan
  4. Klasifikasi Proses Pengelasan
  5. Pengetahuan Bahan Teknik
  6. Symbol Las
  7. Cacat Las dan Cara Pencegahannya
  8. Pengujian dan Pemeriksaan Hasil Las
  9. WPS dan PQR Implementation in practical weldingshop
  10. Metallurgy Las
  11. Posisi Pengelasan (Welding Position)
  12. Type Pengelasan (Fillet Weld and Groove Weld)
  13. Persiapan Sambungan Las

Practical Requirement Placement Test & Certification

Fillet Welding ( F ) ( 1F , 2F, 3F, 4F ) lb52
Type of joint : T – Joint ( thickness 8 mm ) – plate
*Plate Welding ( G ) ( 1 G , 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, 6G )
Type of joint : Butt-Joint V – Groove ( thickness 12 mm )- plate

*Keterangan :

  • Plate Welding untuk Pelatihan Kelas 1 (1 G, 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, 6G)
  • Plate Welding untuk Pelatihan Kelas 2 (1 G, 2G, 3G, 4G)
  • Plate Welding untuk Pelatihan Kelas 3 (1 G, 2G)

Jadwal Pelatihan

  • 23-30 Januari 2017
  • 20-25 Febuari 2017
  • 20-25 Maret 2017
  • 17-22 April 2017
  • 15-20 Mei 2017
  • 24-29 Juli 2017
  • 21-26 Agustus 2017
  • 25-30 September 2017
  • 23-28 Oktober 2017
  • 20-25 November 2017
  • 18-23 Desember 2017

Time & Venue
Time : 08.00 – 16.00
Venue : Training Center PT. Upaya Riksa Patra – Jakarta Timur (Teori)
Balai Latihan Kerja Industri – Bekasi (Praktek)
Remark : Certificate that issued by Depnakertrans based on skill test result

Further Information :

PT. UPAYA RIKSA PATRA
Ph. 021. 47882387, 47865925, 47861912
Fax. 021. 47865925 Email. upaya-riksa@centrin.net.id
CP : Eva / Nisa / Rosma

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