This qualification will equip the learner with the skills, knowledge and values to participate effectively in workplace activities within the Clothing, Textile, Footwear and Leather (CTFL) manufacturing industries. Learners achieving this qualification will be able to contribute to CTFL manufacturing processes by:
- Monitoring the manufacturing/production process and the quality of production.
- Understanding their role in the business, i.e. in production and related activities.
- Understanding how they are affected by legislation, regulations, agreements and policies related to their particular work environment.
- Perform simple to complex manufacturing/production operations as stipulated.
This qualification consists of 15 modules
TYPE OF PROGRAMME
- Full time
The learner is required to have a minimum of Grade 10. Must able to speak and write in English.
All learning material included in tuition fees.
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- The structure of the CTFL sector is described in terms of relevant legislation. Key stakeholders in a specific industry or organization within the CTFL Sector are identified and their roles described in terms of their relationship with the industry.
- Key legislation (acts) and regulations applicable within the industry and sector are identified and their purpose is described in relation to the requirements of the specific act.
- Career opportunities within the industry are identified in line with the requirements of the specific industry.
- The pipeline in the specific manufacturing facility is described as related to the output requirements of the facility.
- The difference between productivity and production is explained in terms of industry norms.
- The utilization of resources and efficiency concepts relating to materials, machinery and labour employed in a manufacturing process are identified and explained in terms of standard operating procedures.
- Production targets are explained in relation to time, quality and output in the workplace.
- All forms of wastage are identified and recorded in a production area.
- Idle or downtime, output deficiencies and product non-conformances are identified and recorded in a production area.
- Key/primary raw materials are identified for use in the manufacture of company-specific processed (end) products.
- A range of material identification methods, codes, labels and markings is used in relation to workplace requirements.
- Storage methods and facilities for raw and processed materials are identified and described in terms of company policies and procedures.
- Quality standards, methods, procedures are identified and described in the context of company and customer specifications.
- Causes of faults are identified and appropriately recommended corrective action is implemented in line with company policies and procedures.
On successful completion of course, the learner will receive a certificate
The information provided may vary or change at the discretion of Eskilz College. Eskilz College will formally notify learners of any changes or variations.