ITI - Fitter

civil engineering

ITI Fitter is a short term professional technical course. At MPGI you will be taught about different types of fittings done in the manufacturing industry. It is a mechanical branch in which you are given the knowledge of fitting different types of machine components, pipes, structures, and much more. It is a highly job-oriented course and if you are a hardworking and persistent person, you will never have to struggle for the job of a Fitter.

There are numerous things/aspects understudies learn during the course at MPGI. For example, fitting and gathering auxiliary structures and lodgings from materials like edge iron, I-shafts, and plate steel, utilizing hand-devices and welding hardware, and taking after plan details: inspects outlines and materials rundown to get parts particulars, and so on. The exchange is great from the occupation perspective as it opens numerous alternatives for independent work on one hand and further studies choices on the other hand.

Who should Join the ITI fitter course?
Students whose interests wander around the machines as well as who enjoy working on the machine should enroll into ITI Fitter. Apart from this, for students who want to get technical knowledge by paying a low fee in a short span of time also which can provide a good job along with a good career.

ITI - Electrician

ITI electrician course helps students who opt for it to work as an electrician, However, there are various other roles they can play in the electrical industry.

In ITI Electrician, students are given knowledge of electrical systems, which enable them to work in the electrical field in different roles such as- Electrician, Electrical machine operator, Wireman, among many others. At MPGI, there are many exceptional workshops and extra-curricular activities to build up confidence in the students.

What students learn during the ITI electrician course:
The course starts with basic safety practices. Further, students will learn the following topics-
1. Basic Electricity
2. Effect of electric current
3. Wiring systems
4. Magnetism
5. Electrical machines
6. Transmission and distribution
and many other topics. All the subjects will have practical and theory sections too.

ITI Draughtsman (Civil)

The job of a Draughtsman or they are also called as drafters, is to translate the ideas and rough sketches of engineers, architects, and scientists into detailed drawings. Draughtsmen prepare technical drawings and plans used by production and construction workers to build everything from manufactured products such as spacecraft or industrial machinery to structures such as office buildings or oil and gas pipelines.

Nowadays most draughtsmen use computer-aided drafting (CAD) systems to prepare drawings. These systems employ computer workstations which create a drawing on a video screen. These systems make it easy to prepare many variations of a design and allow it to be viewed from angles not usually available with traditional drafting methods. The drawings are stored electronically so that variations, revisions, or duplications can be made easily and quickly. Although this equipment has become easier to operate, CAD is only a tool. People who produce technical drawings using CAD still function as drafters, and need most of the knowledge of traditional drafters, relating to drafting skills and standards, as well as CAD skills.

A Draughtsman should:
1. be able to transfer concepts onto paper;
2. have patience and perseverance;
3. be meticulously accurate;
4. enjoy doing detailed work;
5. be able to concentrate for long periods of time;
6. have a three-dimensional perception;
7. have good vision;
8. have good eye-hand coordination and free-hand drawing skills;
9. be interested in and have a flair for computer work;
10. have the stamina (at times standing is required).

ITI Draughtsman (Mechanical)

The job of a Draughtsman or they are also called as drafters, is to translate the ideas and rough sketches of engineers, architects, and scientists into detailed drawings. Draughtsmen prepare technical drawings and plans used by production and construction workers to build everything from manufactured products such as spacecraft or industrial machinery to structures such as office buildings or oil and gas pipelines.

Students are introduced to things such as making mechanical drawings, as of machines, structures, etc. sketches, references and specifications skills to translate ideas; and into detailed technical drawings showing plans, elevations, and sections in blueprints which the construction crew use to create the complex and realistic sets you see on the cinema screen.

Nowadays most draughtsmen use computer-aided drafting (CAD) systems to prepare drawings. These systems employ computer workstations which create a drawing on a video screen. These systems make it easy to prepare many variations of a design and allow it to be viewed from angles not usually available with traditional drafting methods. The drawings are stored electronically so that variations, revisions, or duplications can be made easily and quickly. Although this equipment has become easier to operate, CAD is only a tool. People who produce technical drawings using CAD still function as drafters, and need most of the knowledge of traditional drafters, relating to drafting skills and standards, as well as CAD skills.

A Draughtsman should:
1. be able to transfer concepts onto paper;
2. have patience and perseverance;
3. be meticulously accurate;
4. enjoy doing detailed work;
5. be able to concentrate for long periods of time;
6. have a three-dimensional perception;
7. have good vision;
8. have good eye-hand coordination and free-hand drawing skills;
9. be interested in and have a flair for computer work;
10. have the stamina (at times standing is required).

Employers for ITI
Students after completing ITI can work in these following departments of both Public and Private Sector:
1. Municipalities.
2. Construction companies
3. Metal manufacturing companies
4. Machinery construction companies
5. Mining companies
6. Transnet
7. Contract draughting firms
8. Government departments, such as Water Affairs, Agricultural Economics, and Marketing
9. Mineral and Energy Affairs
10. Self-employment, doing freelance work or with enough experience and capital, can start own business