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Pre- Assembly Operator- Curriculum\Syllabus

Author:Asha|June 12th, 2019

This course encompasses 12 out of 12 National Occupational Standards (NOS) of “Pre-Assembly Operator (Footwear)” Qualification Pack issued by “Leather Sector Skill Council”

Sr. No Module Key Learning Outcomes Equipment Required
1 Overview on Leather Industry and Generic Skills Theory Duration (hh:mm) 12:00Practical Duration (hh:mm) 12:00 Corresponding NOS Code Core skills/ Generic skills and Professional skills collated from all the NOS of the QP
  • Explain the importance of leather industry
  • Describe leather manufacturing process
  • Explain general hazards or risk that can lead to accidents
  • Follow basic safety, health and hygiene measures
  • Wear and use PPE for safety
  • Carry out communication effectively with coworkers in writing as well as orally
  • Read the documents that are necessary for them to read to carry out operator’s task
Chairs, Trainers desk and Computer, Student table, Projector, White projector screen, Whiteboard, Flip  chart display stand, Safety Hazard signs, Newspaper, Stationery, PPE set
2 Carry-out Splitting Operation in Upper Footwear Theory Duration (hh:mm) 01:00 Practical Duration (hh:mm) 07:00 Corresponding NOS Code LSS/N2601
  • Identify tools and equipment used in splitting operations
  • Describe the process of splitting in footwear manufacturing
  • Describe the splitting machine handling and operating procedures
  • Prepare work area for splitting operation
Splitting machine, Allen key set, Spiral Set, Brush, fitness gaze machine, Air blower, Oil can, Oilstone, Emery paper
3 Carry-out Gimping Operation Theory Duration (hh:mm) 01:00 Practical Duration (hh:mm) 13:00 Corresponding NOS Code LSS/N2602
  • Identify tools and equipment used in gimping
  • Describe the process of gimping in footwear manufacturing
  • Describe the splitting machine handling and operating procedures
  • Prepare work area for gimping operation
Gimping tools, Revolving punch, Hammer, Mecca knife, Fibreboard
4 Carry-out Ironing Operation (hh:mm) 01:00 Practical Duration (hh:mm) 07:00 Corresponding NOS Code LSS/N2603
  • Describe the characteristics of ironing used for different types of leather
  • Explain the ironing process for leather
  • Prepare the machine and materials for ironing activities.
Iron box, Rotating Ironing machine
5 Carry-out Marking Activities Theory Duration (hh:mm)   01:00 Practical Duration (hh:mm) 13:00 Corresponding NOS Code LSS/N2604
  • Identify the tools and materials used for marking
  • Explain the marking process
  • Explain the importance of accuracy in marking activities
Silver pen/ pencil, Pattern, Eraser
6 Carry-out Edge colouring Activities
Theory Duration (hh:mm) 01:00 Practical Duration (hh:mm) 07:00
Corresponding NOS Code LSS/N2605
  • Prepare the work area with required materials for edge colouring
  • Identify and use appropriate colours and brushes based on the footwear
  •  Explain the edge colouring process
Bowl, Foam, Color, Small brush, Sponge, Bud, Soft cloth
7 Carry-out Pasting Activities  Theory Duration(hh:mm) 01:00 Practical Duration (hh:mm) 13:00 Corresponding NOS Code LSS/N2606
  • Prepare the work area for pasting activities
  • Describe the properties of adhesives and proper application process
  • Identify the drying time requires for various adhesives
Pasting can, Brush, Pasting machine, Crepe rubber
8 Carry-out Hand Folding Activities Theory Duration (hh:mm) 01:00 Practical Duration (hh:mm) 13:00 Corresponding NOS Code LSS/N2607
  • Identify the folding required for various types of components
  • Identify the tools and equipments used for hand folding
  • Explain the importance of accuracy required in folding
Silk, Self-tape, folding hammer, Folding machine, Stone, Marking awl, Spring divider
9 Carry-out Eye-letting Operation Theory Duration (hh:mm) 01:00 Practical Duration (hh:mm) 07:00 Corresponding NOS Code LSS/N2608
  • Explain the process of eye-letting and identify the machineries used
  • Describe the importance of eyelets positioning into the machine
Punch, Hammer,Fiber board, Eyelet setter, Eyelet riveting machine, Wax
10 Support to Achieving Product Quality inFootwear Manufacturing  Theory Duration (hh:mm) 02:00 Practical Duration (hh:mm) 30:00 Corresponding NOS Code LSS/N2609
  • Explain the importance of product checks
  • Describe the issues pertaining to quality in leather footwear
  • Describe the process to identify materials which do not conform to requirements
  • List different types of faults in components
    of the footwear
  • Describe the process to maintain the
    production flow
Stage wise inspection in production line
11 Maintain the Work Area,  Tools and MachinesTheory Duration  (hh:mm) 04:00 Practical Duration (hh:mm) 20:00 Corresponding NOS Code LSS/N8501
  • Ensure housekeeping and safety
  • Maintain workplace, tools and equipment
 Floor/ dust cleaning machine, Dry vacuum cleaner, Mop bucket, Detergent, Phenyl, Scrubbing and polishing machine, Garbage  bins, Dustpan and broom, Gloves, Helmet, Shoes, Apron
12 Maintain Health, Safety and Security at WorkplaceTheory Duration (hh:mm) 08:00 Practical Duration (hh:mm)21:00 Corresponding NOS Code  LSS/N8601
  • Identify and correct malfunctions in machinery and equipment
  • Minimize health and safety risks to self and others due to own actions
  • Monitor the workplace and work processes for potential risks and threats
  • Carry out periodic walk- through to keep work area free from hazards and obstructions, if assigned
  • Undertake first aid, fire-fighting and emergency response training, if asked to do so
  • Take action based on instructions in the event of fire, emergencies or accidents
  • Follow organisation procedures for shutdown and evacuation when required
First aid kit, Fire extinguisher, Gloves, Helmet, Shoes, Apron
13  Comply with Industry, Regulatory andOrganizational Requirements Theory Duration(hh:mm)  01:00Practical Duration (hh:mm) 02:00 Corresponding NOS Code LSS/N8701
  • Carry out work functions in accordance with legislation and regulations, organizational guidelines and procedures
  • Apply and follow policies and procedures within the work practices
  • Identify and report any possible deviation to ethical requirements
Sample legal documents
Total Duration
Theory Duration
35:00
Practical Duration
165:00
Unique Equipment Required:
Splitting machine, Allen key set, Spiral set, Brush, fitness gaze machine, Air blower, Oil can, Oil stone, Emery paper, Gimping tools, Revolving punch, Hammer, Mecca knife, Fibre board, Iron box, Rotating Ironing machine, Silver pen/ pencil, Pattern, Eraser, Bowl, Foam, Color, Small brush, Sponge, Bud, Soft cloth, Pasting can, Brush, Pasting machine, Crepe rubber, Silk, Self-tape, folding hammer, Folding machine, Stone, Marking awl, Spring divider, Punch, Hammer, Fiber board, Eyelet setter, Eyelet riveting machine, Wax, Floor/ dust cleaning machine, Dry vacuum cleaner, Mop bucket,  Detergent, Phenyl, Scrubbing and polishing machine, Garbage bins,Dust pan and broom, First aid kit, Fire extinguisher, Gloves, Helmet, Shoes, Apron, Sample legal documents

Grand Total Course Duration: 200 Hours, 0 Minutes
(This syllabus/ curriculum has been approved by Leather Sector Skill Council)

 

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