Leather Footwear Technician

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1 SYLLABUS OF SEMESTER SYSTEM FOR THE ROLE OF Leather Footwear Technician Under High Employment Potential Courses through flexi MOU s (One year/two Semesters) Designed in 2015 By Government of India Ministry of Labour & Employment (DGE&T)

2 FORMAT 1. Cover Page 2. Title 3. General Information 4. Week wise contents of TT and TP (In tabular form) 5. Tools and Equipment list- Broad Specification 6. List of Consumables 7. Trade Testing and Certification 8. Further Learning Options 9. List of Trade Committee Members

3 GENERAL INFORMATION 1. Name of the Course Advanced Certificate Course in Footwear Technology 2. N.C.O. Code No. 3. Qualification Pack Code No. Stitching Operator LSS/Q3501, 4. Duration of Training Twelve months (Two semesters of six months each) 5. Entry Qualification Class VIII pass 6. Unit Strength 20 Trainees (Two Batches- each batch of 10 Trainees) based on client requirement 7. Space Norms a) Class room: 30sqm. b) Workshop: 80 sqm. 8. Power Norms a) Class room: 1kw (6000lumen) b) Workshop:2kw (30,000lumen) 9.Key Competencies: By the end of this course, the trainee will be able to: Describe the footwear manufacturing processes Identify and use the materials required to make footwear Identify and use tools and equipments used in footwear manufacturing Carry out the process involved in Cutting Stitching Skiving Upper making Lasting Bottom making Finishing Implement and ensure compliance to quality control for all the processes Identify and rectify the defects across the production line Clean and maintain the work area, tools and machines pertaining to footwear manufacturing Maintain health, safety and security at workplace Follow industry, regulatory and organisational requirements 10.Instructor squalification Relevant Industry experience with 5-10 years experience and a CFTI certification

4 11.Instructor s/trainer s Qualification (a)academic Qualification: Any (b)technical Qualification: (i) Certified in Leather Footwear (preferably CFTI) with at least 5-10 years of exp. in Leather Footwear Manufacturing Sector (c)desirable Qualification: (i) CFTI Certification in Leather

5 Syllabus for Technician Leather Footwear First Semester Duration: 3 Months Syllabus for TP01and TT01 Week wise content Index Sl. No. Week No. Contents Heading Practical Theory Duration 1. 1 Communication skills CCFT-100 CMS 1 week 2. 2 Engineering Work Place Skills CCFT -200 EWPS-1 1 week 3. 3 Introduction to Leather Industry CCFT 300 ILT 1 week 3. 4 & 5 Cutting operation CCFT -400 Cutting 2 weeks 4. 6, 7 & 8 Stitching operation CCFT-500 Stitching 3 weeks 7. 9,10 & 11 Skiving operation CCFT-600 Skiving 3 weeks & 13 Revision 1 week

6 Syllabus for Certificate Course in Footwear Technology (Leather) Syllabus for TP01 and TT01 (3 months) Week No. Week 1 Trade Practical Activities pertaining communication, writing skills, listening skills, vocabulary, SVO agreement, social interaction, conversational situations Trade Theory Importance of English Alphabets and numbers Parts of speech Subject and predicate Tenses Sentence construction Listening skill Reading Basic English vocabulary Writing skills Social and professional interaction Week 2 Activities pertaining to Floor marking, color coding, importance of EWPS, Workshop guidelines, reading instructions Introduction to EWPS o Importance of EWPS o Workshop guidelines o Reading instructions Week 3 To demonstrate on activities of identifying leather materials To describe manufacturing activities of leather. Introduction to leather industry Career opportunities Leather and properties Introduction to factory Leather manufacturing process Role and responsibilities

7 Week 4 & 5 Prepare for Cutting Operation Carry out Cutting Operation Tools, equipment and materials Preparation of tools, materials and working area Maintenance of tool/equipment/machine Hazards and safety precautions Hand cutting operation Machine cutting operation 5S practices Personal protective equipment Housekeeping practices Waste management Safe material handling Quality and inspection Escalation Reporting and documentation Week 6, 7 & 8 Preparatory Work Stitching Operation Reporting and documentation Sorting and placing Tools, equipment and materials Preparation of tools, materials and working area Maintenance of tool/equipment/machine Sorting and placing Hazards and safety precautions 5S practices Personal protective equipment Housekeeping practices Waste management Safe material handling Quality and inspection Escalation Reporting and documentation

8 Week 9, 10 & 11 Preparatory Work Skiving Operation Reporting and documentation Sorting and placing Tools, equipment and materials Preparation of tools, materials and working area Maintenance of tool/equipment/machine Sorting and placing Hazards and safety precautions Hand cutting operation Machine cutting operation 5S practices Personal protective equipment Housekeeping practices Waste management Safe material handling Quality and inspection Escalation Reporting and documentation 12 & 13 Revision

9 Syllabus for Certificate Course in Footwear Technology (Leather) Duration: Three Months Syllabus for TP02and TT02 Week wise content Index Sl. No. Week No. Contents Heading Practical Theory Duration 1. 1 Soft skills CCFT-700 Soft Skills 1 week 2. 2 Engineering Work Place Skills II CCFT -800 Engineering Work Place Skills-2 1 week 3. 3 Upper making operation CCFT -900 Upper making 1 week 4. 4 & 5 Lasting operation CCFT-1000 Lasting 2 weeks 5. 6, 7 & 8 Bottom making operation CCFT-1100 Bottom making 3 weeks 6. 9, 10 & 11 Finishing operation CCFT-1200 Finishing 3 weeks Revision 1 week Examination 1 week

10 Syllabus for Certificate Course in Footwear Technology (Leather) Syllabus for TP02 and TT02 Week No. TradePractical TradeTheory 1 Activities pertaining to Positive body language, Attitude and behaviour Team building, Motivation, Problem solving, Goal setting, Work ethics Positive body language Attitude and behaviour Team building Motivation Problem solving Goal setting Work ethics 2 Activities pertaining to 5S,Fire safety, circle, Kaizan Introduction to EWPS 5 S Fire Safety Quality circle Kaizan

11 3 Carry out supporting operations within footwear Assist in designing operation Assist in cutting operation Assist in stamping Assist in skiving operation Edge colouring Adhesive adding Folding Assist in Stitching operation Assist in quality inspection Tools, equipment and materials Preparation of tools, materials and working area Maintenance of tool/equipment/machine Sorting and placing Hazards and safety precautions Designing footwear Stamping/embossing operation Skiving operation Edge colouring operation Adhesive adding Folding Stitching operation 5S practices Personal protective equipment Housekeeping practices Waste management Safe material handling Quality and inspection Visual inspection Escalation Reporting and documentation

12 4 & 5 Carry out supporting operations within footwear Assist in counter tightening operation Assist in toe moulding operation Assist in fore part lasting Assist in seat lasting Assist in side lasting Assist in roughing Assist in sole pressing Assist in de lasting Tools, equipment and materials Components of footwear Preparation of tools, materials and working area Maintenance of tool/equipment/machine Sorting and placing Hazards and safety precautions Counter tightening Toe moulding Fore part lasting Seat lasting Side lasting Roughing Sole pressing De lasting 5S practices Personal protective equipment Housekeeping practices Waste management Safe material handling Quality and inspection Visual inspection Escalation Reporting and documentation Legal regulatory and organizational compliance

13 6,7 & 8 Carry out supporting operations within footwear Assist in Lasting operation Assist in Heat setting operation Assist in Pounding and roughing Assist in Buffing Assist in side lasting Assist in Bottom filling Assist in Adhesive applying Assist in Re- Activation Assist in Sole pressing Assist in Cooling and de lasting Tools, equipment and materials Components of footwear Preparation of tools, materials and working area Maintenance of tool/equipment/machine Sorting and placing Hazards and safety precautions Mulling Insole putting Counter tightening and toe attaching Lasting Heat setting Pounding and roughing Buffing Bottom filling Adhesive applying Re- Activation Sole pressing Cooling and de lasting Insertion of socks 5S practices Personal protective equipment Housekeeping practices Waste management Safe material handling Quality and inspection Visual inspection Escalation Reporting and documentation Legal regulatory and organizational compliance

14 9, 10 & 11 Carry out supporting operations within footwear Assist in Cleaning of footwear Assist in Polishing and brushing Assist in Pounding and roughing Assist in Lacquering Assist in Tag level fixing Assist in Brushing Assist in Final inspection Assist in Packing Assist in 5S practices 12 Revision Tools, equipment and materials Components of footwear Preparation of tools, materials and working area Maintenance of tool/equipment/machine Sorting and placing Hazards and safety precautions Cleaning of footwear Polishing and brushing Lacquering Tag level fixing Brushing Final inspection Packing 5S practices Personal protective equipment Housekeeping practices Waste management Safe material handling Quality and inspection Visual inspection Escalation Reporting and documentation Legal regulatory and organizational compliance 13 Examination

15 Second Semester Internship at the ITI Work contracts from Leather factories Duration: Six Months Syllabus TP01 and TT01 TP02 and TT02 LIST OF TOOLS&EQUIPMENT* *Will be provided by Industrial Partner/Collaborating Institute SL. No. Nameofitems Quantity 1. Clicking Knife 5 2. Hammer 5 3. Revolving punch 5 4. Scissors 5 5. Clicking awl 5 6. Last 5 7. Khurpi 5 8. Wooden Mallet 5 9. Pricking awl Stitching Awl 5 11 Lasting Pincer 5 12 Bulldog pincer 5 13 Shoe hammer 5 14 Channel Opener 5 15 Edge Setting iron 5 16 Belt Knife 5 17 Heel iron 5 18 Nail puller 5 19 Revolving punch 5 20 Thickness gauge 2

16 21 Leather thickness measuring gauge 2 22 Manchester nippers 5 23 Cutting nippers 5 24 Channelling tool 5 25 Seat wheeling tool 5 26 Stitch marker 5 27 Spring divider 5 28 Lasting pincers 5 29 Smooth rolling wheel 5 30 Ruler 5 31 Sewing machine needles 5 32 Sharpening stone dressing operator 5 33 Ceramic honing stone 5 34 Utility knife 5 35 Wing divider 5 36 Skiver 5 37 Round knife 5 38 Lasing Chisels 5 39 L Square 5 40 Rotary punch 5 41 Cutting knife 5 42 Swivel knife 5 43 Spanner 5 44 Pliers 5 45 Stiff bristle brush 5 46 Nubuck brush with rubber crepe 5 47 Dauber brush 5 48 Scouring pads 5 49 Crepe rubber 5 50 Soft sponge rubber 5 51 Paint brush 5 52 Horse hair brush 5

17 53 Fabric brush 5 54 Spray gun 5 Note: The above quantity given is for one batch (20 Trainees) out of which 4 will be grouped into 5 teams LIST OF CONSUMABLES* *Will be provided by Industrial Partner/Collaborating Institute SL NO. DESCRIPTION Quantity 1 Leather Material Total length up to 8 meters 2 Non-Leather Material (Thermoplastics) Total length up to 8 meters 3 Sponge 5 4 Shoe Paint 1 litre 5 Polish(Wax, spray, cream) 1 litre 6 Felt wheel 5

18 Trade Testingand Certification Same as for other similar Engineering Trade Further Learning Options Upon successful completion of this course the candidate will be eligible for attending advanced Course in Leather Sector. List of Trade Committee Members Sl.No NAME&DESIGNATION S/SHRI REPRESENTINGORGANIZATION REMARKS