An ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Standard - NABL Accreditation Certified Organization.

MEP TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION

  1. Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  2. Electrical Design and Drafting
  3. Plumbing Design and Drafting
  4. Fire Fighting and Drafting
  5. Revit MEP
 

A.HEATING VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING

 

1.INTRODUCTION

 

2.HEAT

 

1.TYPES OF HEAT

2.MODE OF HEAT TRANSFER

3.VENTILATION

4.AIR-CONDITIONING

5.TYPES OF AIR-CONDITIONING

 

1.DIRECT SYSTEM

2.INDIRECT SYSTEM

6.HEAT LOAD CALCULATION

7.SELECTION OF INDOOR & OUTDOOR UNITS

 

8.AIR TERMINAL SYSTEM

9.AIR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

10.CHILLED WATER SYSTEM

11.BILL OF QUANTITY PREPARATION

 

12.DUCT MATERIAL CALCULATION

 

13.PIPE MATERIAL CALCULATION

 

14.STATIC PRESSURE CALCULATION

 

15.SPECIFICATION OH HVAC

 

16.SUPPORT & ACCESSORIES IN HVAC

 

17.TESTING & COMMISSIONING

 

18.SOFTWARE

19.REVIT -3D DESIGN

 

20.FINAL PROJECT

 

B. ELECTRICAL DESIGNING & DRAFTING SYLLABUS

 

1.GENERAL CONCEPT :

2.SYMBOLS AND LEGENDS :

3.POWER SERVICES :

4.LIGHTING :

5.FIRE DETECTION :

6.ELV / Low Current system: (General Concepts) :

7.EARTHING AND LIGHTING :

8.TYPES 0F DRAWING: DESIGN DRAWING AND SHOP DRAWING :

 

9.DRAWING DETAILS :

10.STANDARD & CODES :

11.PROJECT :

 

C. PLUMBING DESIGNING SYLLABUS

 

CERTIFICATE IN PLUMBING DESIGNING

For students and professionals who need to add plumbing expertise to their engineering credentials, this certificate provides a through introduction to every aspect of plumbing systems design.

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

 

PLUMBING SYSTEM DESIGN - LEVEL 01

Learn the fundamentals of pressurized water distribution systems for commercial and residential high - rise buildings, Topics include pressure flow equations, friction, mechanical pumping, cold water distribution, backflow prevention, applicable codes and their use, and system selection.

 

PLUMBING SYSTEM DESIGN - LEVEL 02

Understand the fundamentals of sanitary and storm drainage system design for commercial and residential high - rise building. This course includes coverage of laboratory healthcare acid waste and drainage systems: piping materials: hangers and storm flow: venting: indirect waste: laboratory waste: piping materials: hangers and supports for drainage piping: ejector and sump pump design: site drainage design: storm water detention systems: grease, oil, and sediment interceptors: and acid waste neutralization. Gain an overview of advanced technologies related to sanitary and storm water system, such as grey water and black water system and storm water reuse systems and filtration.

 

AFTER COMPLETION OF THE PROGRAM, STUDENTS ARE SKILLED IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS

  1. Pressurized water distribution systems
  2. Water chemistry and treatment
  3. Hot and cold water distribution
  4. Valves and fixture
  5. Nature gas distribution
  6. Building drainage system
  7. Storm water drainage
  8. Sanitary waste disposal
This certificate is awarded to students after successful completion of the training
For further details contact us immediately.
 

D. FIRE FIGHTING SYLLABUS

 

1.INDUSTRIAL SAFETY

2.HAZARDS

3.ACCIDENTS

4.EMERGENCY PREPARANESS PLAN

5.BASIC OF FIRE FIGHTING

6.FIRE SUPPRESSION OR PREVENTION SYSTEM

7.TYPE OF FIRE AND FIRE EXTINGUISHING

8.FIRE FIGHTING

9.ELECTRICAL SAFETY

10.EXPLANATION OF NFPA CODES AND DESIGN WITH LAYOUT

11.FIRE FIGHTING DESIGN CRITERIA

 

A.SPRINKLER DESIGN

B.EXTINGUISHERS

C.FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEM

12.FIRE MAN OUTOFF PROTECTION

 

13.OSHA AND NEFA STANDARDS

 

E. REVIT MEP SYLLABUS

  1. Building information Modeling
  2. Building information Modeling(BIM)
  3. Revit MEP Basics Overview of the interface
  4. Standard Terminology
  5. Starting Projects
  6. Viewing Commands Basics Drawing & Editing Tools
  7. General Drawing Tools
  8. Editing Elements
  9. Standard Modifying Tools
  10. Helpful Editing Tools
  11. Starting MEP Projects
  12. Linking in Architectural Projects
  13. Introduction to Architecture
  14. Copying & Monitoring Objects
  15. Setting Up Levels
  16. Working with Views
  17. Duplicating Views
  18. Adding Callout Views
  19. Setting The View Display
  20. Creating Elevations
  21. Creating Sections
  22. Working With Ceilings
  23. Understanding Revit
  24. MEP Systems
  25. Working with Schedules
  26. Creating Schedules
  27. Working with Dimensions
  28. Working with Text
  29. Adding Detail Lines & Symbols
  30. Creating Legends
  31. Tag & Schedules
  32. Adding Tags
  33. Detailing in Autodesk
  34. About MEP Systems
  35. HVAC Systems
  36. About HVAC System
  37. Adding Air Terminals & Mechanical Equipment
  38. Adding Ductwork
  39. Creating Duct Systems
  40. Automatic Ductwork Layouts

PRACTICE

PIPING SYSTEM :

LAYOUTS

 

TOPICS :