Fitters construct and assemble mechanical systems. These systems could be the factory machines or the piping that carries the chemicals involved in the manufacturing process. Some fitters choose to specialize in mechanical fitting or pipe fitting; others work in the heating and cooling industry maintaining and repairing systems is commercial or factory settings. The manufacturing industry is the largest employer of fitters. Fitters thrive on physical, hands-on work in a work environment that doesn’t revolve around a desk. Fitters rely mostly on technical and vocational skills to do their jobs. Fitters need manual dexterity to operate the various hand tools used during their duties, as well as mechanical skills to understand which tools to use and how to use them. Good fitters are problem solvers with strong attention to detail. In addition to these traits and areas of knowledge, the following skills are necessary to find a job as a fitter. So, the “FITTER” is your very best career choice.
To study how to fit and assemble job or structure by lathe and different machines or hand tools.
How to verify lay outs of parts dimensions using different measuring instruments.
To study limit, fit and tolerance in the job.
To study different types of joint and there processes.
To study welding and there processes, etc.
Trade : FITTER
NSQF Level : Level – 4 NSQF : National Skills Qualification Framework.
Duration of Craftsmen Training : 2 Years
Entry Qualification : Passed 10th Class with Science and Mathematics under 10+2 system of Education or its equivalent.
Trainees per unit : 20