1. Train workers in the field of conventional shop mechanics, with a focus on non-welded joints, welded joints, sheet metal forming, lathe, and conventional milling machine.


25 hours


1. Primera sign

a. Days: Monday from 15:00 to 20:00

b. Start date: 19-2-24

c. Closing Date: 18-3-24

d. Class Days:

1) February: 19,26

2) March: 4,11,18

2. Second Round

a. Days: Monday from 15:00 to 20:00

b. Start Date: 1-7-24

c. Closing Date: 29-7-24

d. Class Days:

1) July: 1,8,15,22,29


1. Module 1: Introduction to Mechanics

a. Basic Concepts of Mechanics: Introduction to basic terms and principles of mechanics.

b. Tools & Equipment & Fixtures: Knowledge and handling of common tools in the machine shop.

2. Module 2: Non-Welded Joints 

a. Nuts and Bolts: Types, Sizes and Tightening Techniques

b. Rivets and Pins: Applications and Joining Techniques.

3. Module 3: Welded Joints 

a. MMA (Electrode) Welding: Electric arc welding process, equipment, and safety.

b. Oxygas Welding: Oxyacetylene welding, techniques and applications.

c. MIG/MAG & TIG Welding: Basics & Safe Practices.

4. Module 4: Sheet Metal Forming 

a. Bending techniques: bending and bending of sheet metal.

b. Cutting and Drilling: use of shears, punching machines and cutting techniques.

c. Angle grinder handling: discs, cutting elements, etc.

5. Module 5: Conventional Lathe 

a. Lathe Operation: knowledge and handling of a conventional lathe.

b. Tool Selection & Setup: Selection and adjustment of tools for turning and coding.

6. Module 6: Conventional Milling Machine 

a. Milling Machine Operation: knowledge and handling of a conventional milling machine.

b. Tool selection and preparation: Choosing and assembling milling tools and their coding.

7. Module 7: Workshop Practices 

a. Practical Exercises: Participants will apply the knowledge gained in the previous modules in a series of instructor-supervised practical exercises.

8. Course Evaluation 

a. Final Exam: Theoretical and practical test to evaluate the knowledge and skills acquired.

b. Discussion and Feedback (0.5 hours): Discussion about the course and opportunities for improvement.

9. Certification 

a. Delivery of Certificates (0.5 hours): Delivery of certificates of completion to participants who have successfully completed the course.




1. This "Maintenance Mechanics for Electricals" professional specialization program provides workers with a solid foundation in mechanics and practical skills that are essential in many industrial settings. 

2. The combination of theory and practice ensures that participants are well prepared to apply their knowledge in the workplace.