SIWES REPORT – MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SIWES REPORT - MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
SIWES REPORT – MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Download SIWES REPORT – MECHANICAL ENGINEERING – This Industrial training report presents the experience garnered during my 6 months of industrial training undertaken at Special Gift Technical Services, Gudu district Abuja. My training was on the diagnosis, repairs, maintenance in automobile vehicles ranging from cars, SUVs, light trucks and pick ups.

SIWES REPORT MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PDF

During this period, I acquired practical knowledge on how to repair, replace and install some mechanical parts and systems also assisted in providing the units the functionality they need. This report discusses the technical skills gained during the training period and justifying the relevance of the scheme in equipping students with needed technical competence to thrive in the real world.

PURPOSE OF TRAINING

The Student Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) was initiated in 1973 by the Industrial
Training Fund (ITF). This was to update practical knowledge of students in the Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Technology.
 
It was aimed at bridging the gab between the theoretical knowledge acquired in classes and technical knowledge in the industry by providing students with the opportunities to apply their educational knowledge in real work situations.
Over the years, SIWES has contributed immensely to building the common pool of technical and
allied skills available in the Nigeria economy which are needed for the nation’s industrial
development.
Furthermore, the place and relevance of SIWES is underscored by the fact that the scheme contributes
to improving the quality of technical skills generally available in the pool from which employers
source technical manpower.
 
Its gives student the opportunity to blend the theoretical knowledge acquired in the classroom and with
practical hands on application of knowledge required to perform work in the industry. Also it prepares
students for employment and makes the transition from school to the world of work easier after
graduation.
 

AUTHOR: ABOLORUNKE FRIDAY NIYEHMI

SIWES LOCATION:  SPECIAL GIFT TECHNICAL SERVICES GUDU DISTRICT, FCT ABUJA

DEPARTMENT:  MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

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