From 11 to 15 March 2019, a training course on “Workshop organisation and Store management” was conducted at Ho Chi Minh Vocational College of Technology (HVCT) for 15 teachers and 25 students from the Electrical-Electronics Faculty. Under the instruction of Mr Michael Stark and Mr Tino Kirchhoff, Development Advisors of GIZ, the training aimed to improve workshop organisation and store management in the Electrical/Electronics Workshops by applying the 5S principles.
Field of activity
Electrical fitters (m/f) are involved in the assembly and installation of electricity supply, control engineering, signalling and lighting systems. Their work also involves inspecting and maintaining these systems and equipment.
Electrical fitters frequently work in teams and coordinate their work with prior and subsequent areas. They work independently from documents and instructions in a variety of different locations, primarily building sites, workshops and service areas, and are required to observe the pertinent regulations and safety provisions.
- plan the job and prepare the sequence of operations;
- set up and clear up the installation site;
- process and connect mechanical parts;
- assemble switchgear and wire up electrical assemblies;
- set up and install switchgear assemblies and distribution boards;
- install wiring systems; lay and connect wiring;
- install electrical systems for lighting, power supply distribution and control of electrical equipment and machines;
- measure and test electrical equipment and assemblies; adjust and commission them;
- rectify faults in electrical systems;
- document circuit diagrams, materials, spares and technical tests.