Product Design, Manufacturing & Railway Technology

UniKL MIDI (Malaysia Italy Design Institute)

List of courses

3D CAD

SOLIDWORKS is a popular computer-aided design (CAD) software widely used in various industries for designing and modeling 3D parts and assemblies. A 3-day 3D CAD course can provide participants with a foundation in using SolidWorks software for 3D modeling and design.The course aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the software's features and capabilities, enabling individuals to efficiently design and analyze products in a virtual environment.

Objectives

  • To equip participants with the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively utilize SolidWorks software for creating, designing, and documenting 3D models of various mechanical and industrial components.

Duration:
3 days

Target Audience:
General Public, Students and Teaching staff

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Basic Sewing Techniques

Every craft requires the right tools, and sewing is not just a needle and threads that you can find in almost every home. However, if these are the only accessories at your disposal, you can learn some simple hand stitches. These techniques are as reliable as the ones made with the machine, and sometimes they turn out to be even better. Mastering these basics allows you to move on to the next stage, which is selecting the right equipment

Objectives

  • Learning about basic sewing techniques.

Duration:
2 days

Target Audience:
Public, Tailor, Fashion Lovers, Fashion Entepreneurs

Requirement
Sewing Lab, Sewing Machines, Materials (cloth)

Structure
Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Basics Of Project Management

Project management is a condensed program designed to provide participants with a fundamental understanding of project management principles and techniques. These courses typically focus on equipping participants with the necessary skills to effectively initiate, plan, execute, monitor, and close projects. These courses cover a range of topics including project scope definition, project scheduling, budgeting, risk management, and team management.

Objectives

  • To provide an understanding of the principles, components, and applications of pneumatic systems and their integration with electrical control systems.
  • To equip participants/students with the knowledge and skills necessary to design, operate, maintain, and troubleshoot pneumatic and electro-pneumatic systems effectively.


Duration:

2 days

Target Audience:
Project Executives & Senior Management, Project Manager, Entrepreneurs, General Public

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Commercial Fashion Illustration

Fashion illustration is one of the attractive branches of art that is important in both artistic and practical aspects and is free from the world of pure art and industry. Creative ideas of designers start with a picture on paper and move on with fashion illustration and find their way into the real world. Fashion illustration is the art of showing fashion ideas visually. Fashion illustration is of special and unique importance in attracting customers. Fashion illustration represents the visual aspect of fashion history and its presenter and communicator, in fact it is a work of art that plays a vital role in the fashion industry and even the advancement of photography in today’s world and live models still could not diminish the importance of fashion illustration.

Objectives

  • Illustrated Fashion illustration that have commercial values in the industries.

Duration:
1 day

Target Audience:
Public, Tailor, Fashion Lovers, Fashion Entepreneurs

Requirement
Design Studio, Dummy, Mannequin, Clothes, Notes

Structure
Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Cycle Time Reduction In Manufacturing

Cycle time is the time required to complete a given process. The cycle time required to process a customer order might start with the customer phone call and end with the order being shipped. The overall process is made up of many sub-processes such as order entry, assembly, inspection, packaging, and shipping. The cumulative cycle time of all of the sub-processes in the operation determines the due date of delivery of the product to the customer. Reduction of Cycle Time means identifying and implementing efficient ways, methods and techniques to do tasks at a lower time than it was done before. Reducing cycle time requires eliminating or reducing non-value-added activity, which is defined as any activity that does not add value to the product. Reducing cycle time will have a significant impact on a company's bottom line when implemented. This course aims to enhance the knowledge and skills of the students to improve the productivity in a manufacturing organization by improving the method of doing the job. This course also focusses on the concept of developing a standard time for activities and present strategies to overcome bottlenecks in order to improve the cycle time in production.

Objectives

  • Identify factors that affect the productivity at workplace.
  • Conduct time study and establish the standard time for the work process.
  • Improve the cycle time and propose strategies to overcome bottlenecks in
    production.

Duration:
2 days

Target Audience:
Department Heads, Engineers and Supervisors responsible for production and/or
process design, Industrial Engineers responsible for Target setting, Engineers
responsible for deriving/revising new SOPs.

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Design Of Experiments (DOE)

Design of experiments (DOE) is a systematic method to determine the relationship between factors affecting a process and the output of that process. In other words, it is used to find cause-and-effect relationships. This information is needed to manage process inputs in order to optimize the output. This branch of applied statistics deals with planning, conducting, analyzing and interpreting controlled tests to evaluate the factors that control the value of a parameter or a group of parameters.

Objectives

  • To create and carry out experimental designs that will help in analyzing the data and draw conclusions on the optimum parameters required for a process.
  • To identify manipulated, responding, controlled variables and noise in a process
  • To work out models of Factorial and Fractional Factorial experimental designs
  • To relate experimental designs with Profit factors and efficiency of a process
  • To investigate the logic of Hypothesis testing through analysis of experimental design data
  • To understand and derive mathematical regression equations on the relations between data in and experiment.
  • To be able to apply DoE in real life situations back in the industry.

Duration:
2 days

Target Audience:
All scientific staff, researchers, engineers, designers and
students who wish to design and implement efficient studies and experiments and
who must make decisions based on the data collected.

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

ECO Friendly Model Making

Eco-friendly model making course focuses on teaching participants how to create models using sustainable and environmentally friendly materials, techniques, and practices. The course aims to raise awareness about the environmental impact of traditional model making methods and encourages students to adopt more eco-conscious approaches in their creative projects. The participants will be taught about the fundamentals of model making, including the materials, techniques, and tools involved. Model making is a versatile and creative field that finds applications in various industries such as architecture, design, engineering, and film production. This course aims to empower participants to make informed choices and take responsibility for reducing their environmental impact while pursuing their creative passions.

Objectives

  • To develop a strong foundation in eco-friendly model making.
  • To equip participants with the knowledge and skills to create beautiful models while minimizing environmental impact.
  • To expose participants with various materials, techniques, and design principles

Duration:
5 days

Target Audience:
Student, Entrepreneur, General Public, Researcher, Designer, Film Maker

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical Training

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA)

FMEA, or Failure Modes and Effects Analysis, is a systematic process for identifying potential failures in a product or process, evaluating their impact, and implementing measures to prevent or mitigate their effects. FMEA is used in a wide range of industries and is an important tool for improving quality, reliability, and safety. FMEA helps organizations improve the quality and reliability of their products and processes, and reduce the risk of product failures and related costs. In this course , participants are taught tools in root cause analysis and how to apply the FMEA process.

Objectives

  • Explain the concept of continuous improvement using the PDCA cycle.
  • Perform root cause analysis using quality tools.
  • Design and apply the FMEA process.

Duration:
2 days

Target Audience:
Engineering and Design Teams, Manufacturing and Production Teams, Risk Management Teams, Quality Assurance

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Fashion Embroidery

Embroidery is an ancient form of needlework that has been used worldwide to embellish textiles for decorative and communicative purposes. In terms of form and aesthetics, embroidery may add color, texture, richness, and dimension. Used on clothing, it may reveal the wearer's wealth, social status, ethnic identity, or systems of belief. Typically, embroidery is executed in threads of cotton, wool, silk, or linen, but may also incorporate other materials such as beads, quills, metal, shells, or feathers. Some materials, techniques, and stitches occur across many cultures, while others are specific to region.

Objectives

  • Learning about basic embroidery in fashion work.

Duration:
1 day

Target Audience:
Public, Tailor, Fashion Lovers, Fashion Entepreneurs

Requirement
Design Studio, Dummy, Mannequin, Clothes, Notes

Structure
Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Fashion Image And Styling

This dynamic short course focuses on the analysis of image and the development of style. From the definition of fashion moods to the importance of accessories, participants will evaluate aspects related to traits of the body and learn how to enhance and complement physical characteristics. They will work on the development of an individual style through the construction of a ‘total look’ and capture it for a photo shoot via a vocational learning approach

Objectives

  • Analyse image and styling basically based on market segmentation and case study.

Duration:
1 day

Target Audience:
Public, Tailor, Fashion Lovers, Fashion Entepreneurs

Requirement
Design Studio, Art Tools, Canvas

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Fashion Marketing

Focus on the principles and strategies of marketing in the fashion industry. These courses are designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of fashion marketing, brand promotion, consumer behavior, and the business aspects of the fashion world.

Objectives

  • Provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of fashion marketing, brand promotion, consumer behavior, and the business aspects of the fashion world.

Duration:
2 days

Target Audience:
Public, Tailor, Fashion Lovers, Fashion Entepreneurs, Teaching staff

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Finance for Non Finance Executives

This course will show participants how finance works in today’s business environment. This course aim to provide an overview of the financial knowledge and essentials to assist the line-managers and executives in their management of tyeir respective work areas. Participants will learn finance and accounting terms and principles. They will be able to understand financial statements are prepared and used to interpret the financial standing of /business. They will also learn about budgets, managing working capital and project appraisals.

Objectives

  • Explain financial statements and their interpretation.
  • Use accounting and finance terms to communicate effectively with financial professionals.
  • Review the financial performance and financial position of an organization using the appropriate financial ratios and break-even analysis techniques.
  • Understand and prepare budgets.
  • Explain working capital management.
  • Evaluate investment projects using DCF and other appraisal methods.

Duration:
3 days

Target Audience:
This course will be relevant to who are required to understand the impact of their decisions on the organisation’s finances. The course is also relevant to small business owners and entrepreneurs.

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Fundamental of 5G Network

A specially designed program that will explain thoroughly the key characteristics of 5G Technology which are essential to embark into the world of 5G Network Design and Planning. It is essential for industry to increase speed and connectivity in order to enhance productivity. Improve performance and better service customers. This course also is the pre-requisite for Beginner Level 5G Network SM E Certification.

Objectives

  • To understand the fundamentals of 5G networking.
  • To gain knowledge about the benefits and potential applications of 5G networks in various industries such as healthcare, transportation, and smart cities.
  • To learn about the challenges and considerations in deploying 5G networks, including spectrum management, network slicing, and security.
  • To acquire the skills to design and plan 5G networks, including coverage planning, capacity management, and radio frequency (RF) optimization.

Duration:
2 days

Target Audience:
Individuals or professionals who need to understand the Basic introduction of 5G Network such as understand key challenges of 5G, Architecture, Frame Structures, Channelization, etc.

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Fundamentals Of Fashion Design

The Fundamentals of Fashion Design offers an illustrated introduction to the key elements of fashion design from the initial concept of a fashion idea through to realising it in 3D form. From research to design, different types of fabrics and their properties, machinery and methods of construction are all examined.

Objectives

  • Illustrated the process of basic designing in Fashion.

Duration:
1 day

Target Audience:
Public, Tailor, Fashion Lovers, Fashion Entepreneurs

Requirement
Notes, Slides, Art Tools

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Fundamentals of Hydraulics

This course imparts the fundamental knowledge in hydraulic systems and the safety precautions to be observed. Students will be taught various components used in hydraulic systems and its function. Students will also be taught how to identify the drawing symbols of these components in a technical drawing and how to read a simple hydraulic circuit. Students will be able to perform practicals using basic hydraulic circuits using the hydraulic bench.

Objectives

  • To impart basic understanding of hydraulics and safety.
  • To identify the hydraulic components and its function in a hydraulic system.
  • To identify the hydraulic symbols used in drawings and basic hydraulic circuits.
  • To perform basic maintenance of hydraulic systems.

Duration:
2 days

Target Audience:
Engineers, Technicians (Manufacturing, Industrial, Automation & Robotics), General Public, Students

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Fundamentals of PLC S7

Participants will be taught the architecture of PLC S7-1200 and how it works. Ladder diagram will be used as the programming language. Participants will be taught Boolean, Timer and Counter functions. Participants will have hands on practicals to write and test their programs.

Objectives

  • Explain the hardware element of SIEMENS PLC S7-1200 and software element of TIA Portal.
  • Connect the input and output devices to PLC S7-1200 and configure its addresses.
  • Write and test the ladder diagram for any given basic problem description.
  • Troubleshoot basic PLC S7-1200 hardware with the assistance of TIA Portal.

Duration:
3 days

Target Audience:
Individuals or professionals who are interested in or involved in industrial automation, control systems, or programmable logic controllers (PLCs)

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Fundamentals Of Supply Chain Management

A supply chain encompasses everything from the delivery of source materials from the supplier to the manufacturer through to its eventual delivery to the end user. This course will expose the participants to the various components of the supply chain and the intergration between these components.

Objectives

  • Describe the supply chain system.
  • Explain the processes for different purchasing approaches.
  • Describe ways of managing suppliers and sourcing of materials.
  • Identify and manage different types of inventories.
  • Understand the flow of information in Resource planning system.
  • Describe the transportation modes and its documentation.

Duration:
2 days

Target Audience:
Operations Executives
& Procurement and Logistics Executives

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Internet Of Things (Iot) For Industry 4.0 System Solutions – Intermediate Level

Advanced IR4.0 with Internet of Things (IoT) is a modern-day approach to industrial automation. It combines various cloud-based technologies, such as data analytics, automation and artificial intelligence, to help organizations optimize their operations and reduce costs. It promises to redefine the future of manufacturing/service with its ability to automate complex tasks like analyzing data, optimizing combinations of devices, and much more. The technology also involves connecting various types of sensors and machines to the IoT system. This enables the transfer of data to and from various devices in real-time, allowing them to interact with each other and improve efficiency at unprecedented levels. Additionally, the data collected from connected sensors and machines can be used to derive insights to improve current processes, leading to improved decision making. By leveraging the power of the IoT, Advanced IR4.0 is sure to become a powerful asset to any business.

Objectives

  • To understand the fundamental principles behind the development of Industrial Robotics for the fourth Industrial Revolution (IR4.0).
  • To comprehend the importance and implications of the Internet of Things (IoT).
  • To deploy methods of data and information integration and data analysis for IR4.0 with the IoT.
  • To explore available communication technologies for IR4.0 with the Internet of Things (IoT).

Duration:
2 days

Target Audience:
Business Owners, Managers, Researchers, IT Professionals, Data Analysts, Entrepreneurs, Manufacturing Industry Professionals, Automation Professionals, Quality Assurance Professionals, Engineers, Academician, Students.

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

  1.  

Introduction And Awareness To Ir4.0 Technologies

Industry 4.0 short course is designed to provide an introduction to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), the wave of advances in industrial technology collectively referred to as “Industry 4.0.” This short course focuses on understanding the concept of Industry 4.0 and examines its implications for the manufacturing and industrial sectors worldwide. Topics will include a brief historical overview of industrial revolutions throughout history, an exploration of how emerging technologies are bringing about the fourth industrial revolution, predicted impacts on existing and potential markets, and a look at the competitive advantages of early adopters of the technologies associated with Industry 4.0. Participants will develop an understanding of the importance of these new technologies to their current and future roles as well as gain a greater appreciation of the strategic implications of Industry 4.0.

Objectives

  • To identify key trends, technologies and challenges associated with the fourth industrial revolution.
  • To understand the implications of digitization, automation and data analytics on various industries.
  • To identify and analyze potential opportunities for applying Industry 4.0 technologies to their business.
  • To use data-driven technologies to improve operations and create new business models.
  • To develop and implement strategies to successfully transition into an Industry 4.0 environment for future job areas and new required skills.

Duration:
1 day

Target Audience:

Business Owners, Managers, Researchers, IT Professionals, Data Analysts, Entrepreneurs, Manufacturing Industry Professionals, Automation Professionals, Quality Assurance Professionals, Engineers, Academician, Students.

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

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Introduction Of Railway Signaling

This program will provide an overview of the railway key systems and understanding of railway signaling covering the different design approaches being used and complete the course with the understanding of safety assurance as railway signaling is considered a safety critical system which is the fundamental part of the system.

Objectives

  • Identify the main components used in an electrical signaling system.
  • Explain the use and purpose of each component in railway signaling systems and their application.
  • Explain equipment function operation and circuitry.
  • Outline basic fault finding and maintenance techniques.
  • Explain railway safety assurance and the related standards being adopted for modern railway.

Duration:
4 days

Target Audience:
Railway professionals, engineers, technicians, and individuals interested in pursuing a career in railway signaling. It is also beneficial for those involved in railway infrastructure design, construction, and maintenance.

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Introduction Of Rolling Stock

This program designed to provide individuals with in-depth knowledge and skills related to the maintenance, operation, and management of rolling stock in the railway industry. Rolling stock refers to the vehicles and equipment used on railways, including locomotives, passenger coaches, freight wagons, and associated systems. The course aims to equip participants with a solid understanding of the various aspects of rolling stock, including its design, construction, maintenance practices, safety protocols, and technological advancements.

Objectives

  • Understanding the principles of rolling stock maintenance, including preventive maintenance, corrective maintenance, and overhaul procedures.
  • Familiarization with safety protocols and regulations governing rolling stock operations.
  • Understanding the operational requirements and considerations involved in rolling stock management, including scheduling, capacity planning, and fleet management.

Duration:
4 days

Target Audience:
Railway professionals, engineers, technicians, and individuals interested in pursuing a career in railway technology. It is also beneficial for those involved in railway construction, and maintenance.

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Jigs And Fixture Design

A 3-day Jigs and Fixture Design can provide participants with the necessary skills and knowledge to design efficient and effective jigs and fixtures for manufacturing processes. Jigs and fixtures are specialized tools used in manufacturing processes to improve efficiency, accuracy, and repeatability. Jig and fixture design refers to the process of creating these tools to ensure the precise positioning and holding of workpieces during various manufacturing operations, such as drilling, milling, welding, assembly, and inspection. This course equips individuals with the knowledge and skills to create efficient, accurate, and safe tools that enhance productivity, reduce costs, and improve the overall quality of manufactured products. It enables professionals to optimize manufacturing processes, adapt to changing production requirements, and stay competitive in the industry.

Objectives

  • To equip participants with the necessary skills to design efficient and effective jigs and fixtures that enhance productivity, accuracy, and cost-effectiveness in manufacturing processes.

Duration:
3 days

Target Audience:
Engineers (Manufacturing, Quality), Designers (Tool & Product), Production managers & Supervisors, General Public (Mechanical & Industrial Students), Teaching staff.

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Lean Manufacturing

Lean Manufacturing course provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of how Lean Manufacturing works in a manufacturing company. Lean concepts (why lean, lean terminology, identifying wastes, Value Stream Mapping methods and the linkage between lean and Six Sigma) and lean practices (streamlining the value stream, workplace organization, ensuring predictability and consistency, set-up reduction, TPM, the visual workplace and continuous improvement) are covered. This course provides the participant with lean implementation suggestions including approaches for addressing people issues, collecting and analyzing data to plan and track lean efforts, process workflow and layouts options with rationale and a sequential roadmap.

Objectives

  • To provide participants with knowledge the processes, tools, and equipment used to transform raw materials into finished products.

Duration:
3 days

Target Audience:
Executives, Engineers, Designers, Operations and Production Managers, QA & QC, General Public.

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Maintenance Management

A railway maintenance management course is a specialized training program that focuses on the principles, techniques, and best practices involved in the management of railway infrastructure maintenance. The course is designed to equip participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively plan, organize, and execute maintenance activities in the railway industry.

Objectives

  • Understanding the importance of maintenance planning, development of maintenance strategies, and establishing maintenance schedules.
  • Identifying and assessing risks associated with railway maintenance, implementing risk mitigation measures, and developing contingency plans.
  • Understanding different components of railway infrastructure, such as tracks, signals, bridges, and stations.
  • Addressing safety considerations in railway maintenance, promoting a culture of safety, and complying with environmental regulations.

Duration:
2 days

Target Audience:
Railway Maintenance Managers, Maintenance Engineers/Supervisors, Project Managers, AND operations personnel in Railway industry

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Manufacturing Technology

Manufacturing technology is a program designed to provide individuals with a basic understanding of various manufacturing processes and technologies used in industry. This course aims to equip participants with knowledge and skills related to modern manufacturing practices, automation, quality control, and process improvement. This course beneficial for individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in manufacturing or for professionals who want to enhance their knowledge and skills in modern manufacturing practices and can enhance employability in the industry. They can also be valuable for managers and decision-makers involved in manufacturing operations, as well as entrepreneurs seeking to start or optimize manufacturing businesses.

Objectives

  • To provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of lean principles, tools, and techniques and equip them with the knowledge and skills to apply lean methodologies in their respective industries.

Duration:
3 days

Target Audience:
Manufacturers and Industrial Companies, Engineers and Technologists, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), R&D Teams, Educational Institutions:

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Metrology And Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing Course

Participants learn about measurement principles, calibration techniques, and the use of metrology equipment such as micrometers, calipers, and coordinate measuring machines (CMMs). They also study GD&T symbols and practices and learn how to apply them to engineering drawings to ensure the accurate and consistent production of parts.

Objectives

  • Understand the basics of Measurements and measuring Instruments.
  • Measure workpieces using basic measuring instruments and techniques.
  • Understand the symbols and annotations in GDT.
  • Interpret technical drawings based on GDT Principles

Duration:
5 days

Target Audience:
Technician, Engineer in Manufacturing Industry, General Public, Institution under Government and Private

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active & HRDF Claimable

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Microcontroller With Arduino

This course is designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to microcontroller programming using the Arduino platform. This course will equip participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to work with microcontrollers and develop projects using Arduino.

Objectives

  • To provide participants will have a solid foundation in microcontroller programming with Arduino and will be capable of developing their own projects and prototypes using the Arduino platform.
  • To provide understanding of electronics and embedded systems, enabling them to pursue more advanced applications in the future.

Duration:
4 days

Target Audience:
Technician, Designers, Engineers, Students, General Public, Teaching staff under Government and Private Institutions

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Mould Design With CAD

Mould Design with CAD would typically provide an introduction and comprehensive training on designing molds using computer-aided design (CAD) software. Mold design involves creating detailed designs and specifications for molds used in various manufacturing processes, such as injection molding, blow molding, or die-casting. CAD software provides a powerful toolset for creating and analyzing these designs in a digital environment. The participants will lean the process of creating a digital representation of a mold using computer-aided design (CAD) software. CAD software is important to allow designers to create 3D models of molds, which are used in the manufacturing of various products.

Objectives

  • To provide knowledge with the fundamentals of mold design, including the different types of molds, their components, and their functions.
  • To design molds with considerations for manufacturability.
  • To understand about the considerations for selecting appropriate materials and manufacturing processes for these components.

Duration:
5 days

Target Audience:
Engineers (Manufacturing, Quality), Deisigners (Tool & Product), Production managers & Supervisors, General Public (Mechanical & Industrial Students), Teaching staff

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Non-verbal Signals For Effective Presentation

Non- verbal signals in presentation may be overlooked by both the presenter and the audience, but those signals may enhance or kill a presentation. Exposure to non-verbal signals will enable the presenter to be more confident and outstanding in his/her presentations. The training will include examples and strategies in using and avoiding certain non-verbal signals in presentations

Objectives

  • To provide exposure to non-verbal signals will enable the presenter to be more confident and outstanding in his/her presentations.

Duration:
2 days

Target Audience:
Executives and General Public

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Office Written Communication Skills For Executives

Executives most often have difficulty to write effective emails and letter especially in English. This course will expose them to techniques and theories of wrting office communication effectively and efficiently.

Objectives

  • To expose them to techniques and theories of writing office communication effectively and efficiently.

Duration:
2 days

Target Audience:
Executives and General Public

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

PDCA with 7QC Tools Problem Solving Skills

7 QC Tools using the PDCA methodology is one of the most widely-recognized quality control techniques for quality management personnel. Participants of this course will be able to apply the various QC tools to achieve continuous improvement and reducing waste through quality control techniques. The tools are applicable in a wide range of industries incuding service industries.

Objectives

  • Explain the PDCA cycle and the importance of quality teams.
  • Identify and apply the 7 QC tools in quality problem solving.
  • Interpret and make correct decisions using the tools.

Duration:
2 days

Target Audience:
Operations personnel who would like to implement a basic, proven problem-solving methodology in the workplace.

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Plastic Product Design

Plastic product design focuses on the process of creating and developing new products or improving existing ones using plastic as the primary material. It encompasses various stages, from conceptualization and ideation to prototyping and final production. The participants will learn a combination of technical, creative, and practical skills related to designing products made from plastic materials. At the end of the course, the participants will understand plastic product design influences functionality, aesthetics, cost efficiency, durability, sustainability, safety, user experience, and innovation. By focusing on these aspects, participants can create successful and impactful plastic products in various industries.

Objectives

  • To develop innovative ideas for plastic products that meet market demands, solve problems, or fulfill specific needs.
  • To develop visually appealing plastic products that align with the desired brand image, considering factors such as color, shape, texture, and overall aesthetics.
  • To guide the design program in developing well-designed, functional, sustainable, and market-ready plastic products that meet the needs and expectations of users while considering manufacturing feasibility and compliance with regulations.

Duration:
4 days

Target Audience:
Entrepreneur, Manufacturers and Industrial Companies, Consumer Goods Companies, Medical and Healthcare Sector, Automotive and Aerospace Industry, General Public

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Pneumatics And Electro-pneumatics

Pneumatics and electro-pneumatics can provide participant with a solid foundation and practical understanding of these subjects. Such a course typically covers the principles, components, and applications of pneumatic and electro-pneumatic systems. Both pneumatics and electro-pneumatics are important in various industries due to their simplicity, reliability, safety, versatility, and ability to deliver precise and automated control over mechanical movements.

Objectives

  • To provide an understanding of the principles, components, and applications of pneumatic systems and their integration with electrical control systems.
  • To equip participants/students with the knowledge and skills necessary to design, operate, maintain, and troubleshoot pneumatic and electro-pneumatic systems effectively.

Duration:
3 days

Target Audience:
Engineers, Technicians (Manufacturing, Industrial, Automation & Robotics), General Public, Students.

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Practical Guide To Ir4.0 With Arduino For Beginners

This course could assist many new learners with minimum electronics and programming know-how to learn Arduino from scratch, to create practical and sensational products or gadgets. Participants are exposed to the real-life engineering problem-solving environment with the uncomplicated ‘learning-by-doing’ or ‘project-based’ instructions. The course provides 11 great projects where the difficulty increased gradually starting from a very simple electronic LED project and ended with a more complex multi-features such as internet monitoring and control system. All projects are constructed from the conceptual design until execution (implementation). At least 3 out of 9 pillars in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR4.0) are embedded in a few of the presented projects in this training by integrating numerous systems into an automated real-time platform. The identified IR4.0 pillars are cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT) and system integration. Through this training, learners can learn how to apply Arduino effectively and may give them some start-up for new ideas on their IR4.0 projects.

Objectives

  • To apply basic controller system.
  • To understand and apply Arduino Communication, System Integration, and Internet of Things (IoT): wired and wireless.
  • To understand and apply Data Logging and Cloud Computing with Arduino.

Duration:
5 days

Target Audience:
Student, Entrepreneur, General Public, Researcher


Requirement
NIL

Structure
Practical

Status
Active & MBOT CPD Hour: 25

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Railway Safety And Standards

A railway safety and standards course is designed to provide individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure safety in railway operations and adhere to industry standards. The course typically covers various aspects related to railway safety, including infrastructure, equipment, operations, and regulations.

Objectives

  • Understanding the legal and regulatory frameworks governing railway safety at the national and international levels.
  • Learning about the principles and implementation of safety management systems to identify and mitigate risks in railway operations.
  • Learning about safe operating procedures, including train dispatching, level crossing safety, emergency response, and communication protocols.
  • Studying the safety requirements for trains and other rolling stock, including braking systems, couplers, and crashworthiness standards.
  • Understanding the maintenance and inspection practices for railway infrastructure, including tracks, bridges, tunnels, and signaling systems.
  • Developing skills for investigating railway accidents, analyzing root causes, and implementing preventive measures. Understanding the reporting requirements for safety incidents.

Duration:
2 days

Target Audience:
Railway Professionals, Department Heads, Engineers and Supervisors AND operations personnel in Railway industry

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Railway System Fundamental Course

Railway system fundamental training is an essential aspect of the training process for individuals who wish to work in the railway industry. It involves training in the basic principles, procedures, and regulations that govern the operation of the railway system

Objectives

  • To gain a fundamental understanding of how railways work, it’s important to learn about the different components of a railway system, including tracks, locomotives, rolling stock, signals, and communication systems.
  • Learning about these protocols can help participants understand the importance of safety in the railway industry.
  • Learning about the various regulatory bodies and their mandates can help participants understand the legal framework of railways.
  • Learning about the different maintenance and repair procedures for various components of a railway system
  • Learning about the operational practices used by railway companies can help participants understand how the system works.
  • Learning about the environmental concerns associated with railways can help participants develop solutions to these problems.
  • Learning about customer service practices in the railway industry can help participants understand how to provide excellent service to customers.

Duration:
5 days

Target Audience:
New/Existing employees in Railway Industries, General Public, Institution under Government and Private.

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active & HRDF Claimable

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Sensor Technology

Sensors are widely used in industries and consumer products. Knowledge of sensors is fundamental for anyone in the field of engineering. This course is designed to provide participants with the knowledge in various types of sensor, its principles of operations, its function and application in the manufacturing and process plant.

Objectives

  • Identify the different types of sensors.
  • Explain basic sensor terminology.
  • Describe the operating characteristics of different types of sensors and its applications.
  • Practical connection of different types of sensors.
  • Trouble shooting of sensors.

Duration:
2 days

Target Audience:
General Public, Industrial sector

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Six Sigma Methodology

A supply chain encompasses everything from the delivery of source materials from the supplier to the manufacturer through to its eventual delivery to the end user. This course will expose the participants to the various components of the supply chain and the intergration between these components.

Objectives

  • Explain the concept of the Six Sigma DMAIC methodology.
  • List the steps in identifying wastes in a business process.
  • Identify the various quality tools to be used for process improvement and quality problem solving.

 

Duration:
3 days

Target Audience:
Operations Executives & Quality Personnel

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Statistical Process Control

Statistical process control (SPC) is widely used to control and assure the process and product quality meet customer’s requirements. The main objective of SPC is to prevent the special causes of variation occurring. If it achieves this objective, then the process remains statistically in control. With proper implementation and execution, this tool allows an organisation to effectively and efficiently maintain the desired quality level. In this course, participants are taught the various control charts, its application and how to use the charts to determine process capability.

Objectives

  • Calculate basic statistics for quality control.
  • Set up the control chart.
  • Identify various types of control charts.
  • Interpret chart patterns.
  • Calculate process capability.

Duration:
2 days

Target Audience:
Operations personnel who would like to implement control charts in their manufacturing processes to control variability.

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Statistics For Business

This course will introduce participants to the application of statistics in the workplace. This course enables participants to acquire skills in understanding statistical terminology, sampling , collect , analyse , interpreting data and visually presenting data. It also provides an introduction to testing for statistical significance, when dealing with sample data.

Objectives

  • Explain the applications of statistics in business.
  • Identify different sampling methods.
  • Perform descriptive statistics on datasets.
  • Create visual representations of data, and its interpretation of information.
  • identify and describe the properties of common data distributions and calculate the metrics from those distributions.
  • Apply hypothesis testing.
  • Identify relationships between datasets e.g. scatter diagram, correlation and regression.

Duration:
3 days

Target Audience:
Executives and General Public

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Sustainability In Fashion Design

Sustainable fashion refers to efforts to minimize the fashion industry's adverse environmental and social impacts. This entry describes the industry's entire production chain: from polyester production, cotton growth and wasteful fashion consumption patterns to landfilling, where so many clothes end up

Objectives

  • How to create and really understanding about sustainability in fashion daily life.

Duration:
1 day

Target Audience:
Public, Tailor, Fashion Lovers, Fashion Entepreneurs

Requirement
Notes, Slides, Art Tools

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

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