INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL STUDIES (IPATS) GOVERNMENT RECOGNIZED EDUCATION ZONE RAWALPINDI

 INSTITUTE  OF PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL STUDIES (IPATS)

We are offering professional educational services and training in this area. Now days we are trying to enhance our goals for the betterment of our young generation and to improve the quality of education in the field as it our utmost desire to educate the nation rather to teach. Mitsubishi multimedia projectors and audio visual recording systems available to facilitate the distance learning students.


ADMISSIONS OPEN
1 & 2 YEARS GOVT DIPLOMA’S PROGRAMME
CAMPUS BASED & DISTANCE LEARNING (COMPETENCY BASED TRAINING'S
Basic Computer, DIT, CIT, PG-DIT, Software Engineering  Web Developments, Graphic Designing, Databases, Oracle, SPSS, CCNA, CCNP, MTA ,MCSE, Assembly Language, Hardware, Visual Basic, AutoCAD 2D/3D, 3D Studio Max, Civil & Quantity Surveying, Health & Safety Environment (HSE), NEBOSH, IOSH, OSHA, Maya, Linux, English Language (IELTS, TOEFL), Engineering (Civil,Elect,Mech,Petroleum,Chemical), Accounting (Quick Books, Peach tree, Talley, SAGE, SAP-ERP), Education (Montessori Teacher Training's, CT, PTC) CCTV, Primavera, PMP, MS Project Management, PLC, Chip Designing, Multimedia Video Photography, Petroleum (RIG- Oil & Gas), Fashion Designing, Composing /Drafting, Telecom Diplomas, OFC, Women’s Health and Beauty, Hotel Management, Welding, Turner / Machinist, Building Electrician,  Mobile Phone Repairing , Textile & Fashion Designing, Quality Management, Engineering Materials, Hospitality Trades, HRD and HRM Diplomas, Industrial Lubrication Materials / Methods, Industrial Training's, Technical Institutions Training's. HVAC Training's. Women’s Vocational Training's (HOSTEL FACILITY ALSO AVAILABLE)

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Point of Sale Professional Course (POS)3035530865

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

Point-of-Sale System Training Contents

Description

During this course, you’ll learn the following topics:
·         Introduction to Point of Sale
·         Creating and Setting Up Point of Sale
·         Determine Your Point of Sale Additions
·         Navigating and Customizing the Homepage
·         Company Preferences
·         Setting Up Quickbooks Connection
·         Setting Up Sales Tax
·         Workstation Preferences
·         Additional Features
·         Employee Security
·         Customers
·         Reward Programs
·         Vendors
·         Setting up Inventory
·         Adding Styles Assemblies and Groups
·         Working with Inventory
·         Sales
·         Working with Price Level and Discounts
·         Collecting Sales Tax
·         Adding Shipping Info
·         Tracking Sales and Commission
·         Taking Payments and Giving Change
·         Recording Tips
·         Handling Tricky Sales and Returns
·         Working with Sales and Work Orders
·         Purchasing Merchandise
·         Receiving Purchase Orders
·         Managing Inventory
·         Reporting Point of Sales
·         Quickbooks Financial
·         Multi-Store
·         Protecting Your Data
·         Adding 3rd Party Apps
·         Summary of Point of Sale

Requirements:
Some Basic Information about SQL Server With VBA.Instal SQL Server With complete Install MS Office. Have Some Information’s about what’s is mean (Table, Query, Form, Report) QuickBooks Point of Sale helps retailers go far beyond the cash register with an easy-to use, affordable, scalable, customizable, integrated software and hardware system.

Eligibility / Requirements

No formal qualification, A retail point of sale system typically includes a cash register (which in recent times comprises a computer, monitor, cash drawer, receipt printer, customer display and a barcode scanner) and the majority of retail POS systems also include a debit/credit card reader.

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Sales and Marketing ExecutiveDistribution Support Executive, Sales and Product Specialist

 

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IPATS Government Recognized Education Zone-KhannaPul Rawalpindi-Islamabad


Project Management using Primavera P63035530865

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)

Course details

IPATS Govt Education Zone in Khanna Pul Rawalpindi offering professional educational services and trainings in this area. Now days we are trying to enhance our goals for the betterment of our young generation and to improve the quality of education in the field as it our utmost desire to educate the nation rather to teach. Mitsubishi multimedia projectors and audio visual recording systems available to facilitate the distance learning students.

1 - Introduction to this Course and Course Objectives
2 - Introduction to Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)
3 - An overview of Project Schedule Management
4 - Fundamentals of Project Management
·         What is a Project?
·         What is Project Management?
·         Five Process Groups of Project Management
·         Schedule and its Importance
·         critical Path Method for Scheduling
·         Understanding a Gantt chart
5 - Introduction to Primavera Systems and Oracle
      Primavera P6 PPM
6- Primavera P6 Installation
7 - Primavera P6 Interface and Preferences
8 - Organizational Breakdown Structure
9 - Enterprise Project Structure
10 - Work Breakdown Structure
11 - Planning your Work Schedule
12 - Understanding a Sample Project
13 - Creating a New Project in Primavera P6
14 - Project Window Options
15 - Understanding Project Must Finish and Total Float
16 - Role of Calendars in Scheduling
17 - Understanding and Adding Calendars
18 - Project and Database Default Calendar
19 - Creating WBS in Primavera P6
20 - Understanding Percentage Complete Types
21 - Understanding Activity Types
22 - Setting Defaults for New Activities
24 - Estimating Duration of Activities
25 - Adding Duration of Activities
26 - Understanding Relationships
27 - Adding Relationships and Scheduling
28 - Understanding Scheduling Algorithm
29 - Scheduling Options
30 - Formatting Bars, Columns and Timescale
31 - Group, Sorts and Layouts
32 - Filtering in Primavera P6
33 - Printing, Exporting and Importing
34 - Reporting in Primavera P6
35- Understanding and Adding Baseline
36 - Updating a Project
37 - Assigning Baselines and Monitoring a Project
38 - Adding and Assigning New Currency
39 - Understanding Roles, Resources and Expenses
40 - Adding Resources
41 - Duration Types in Primavera P6
42 - Assigning Resources and Reviewing Resource Allocation
43 - Adding Expenses
44 - Developing Project Funding Requirements and Cost S-curve
45 - Updating a Project with Resources and Expenses

Course Topics:
·         Project Management Life Cycle
·         Understanding Data in P6
·         Overview and Navigation
·         Creating a Project
·         Creating a Work Breakdown Structure
·         Adding Activities
·         Calendars
·         Creating Relationships
·         Scheduling
·         Assigning Constraints
·         Customizing Activity Views
·         Understanding Roles and Resources
·         Assigning Roles and Resources
·         Project Workspace
·         Optimizing the Project Plan
·         Baselining the Project Plan
·         Methods of Applying Progress
·         Executing the Project Plan
·         Analyzing the Updated Project
·         Portfolios and Dashboards
·         App A – Updating the Project Using Timesheets
·         App B – Reporting
Learn To:
·         Create a project
·         Add activities
·         Create relationships
·         Assign and analyze resources
·         Analyze project performance
·         Execute and control the project
·         Customize dashboards and the project workspace
·         View reports

Course Objectives:
·         Create a project
·         Create a Work Breakdown Structure
·         Add Activities
·         Customize activity views
·         Create Relationships
·         Schedule the project
·         Assign constraints
·         View the Enterprise Project Structure
·         Optimize the project schedule
·         Assign roles and resources
·         Analyze resources and cost
·         Baseline the project plan
·         Execute the project
·         Customize dashboards
·         Manage risk
·         View reports
Learn Outcomes
·         Add a Project to the Project Structure
·         Create a Work Breakdown Structure
·         Add Reference Documents
·         Add Activities
·         Add Steps and Roles to Activities
·         Create Relationships
·          Organize Activities·Schedule a Project  Add Constraints
·         Assign Resources and Costs to Activities
·         Analyze Resource/Cost Usage Optimize the Schedule
·         Create and Monitor Thresholds ,Status the Project ,Analyze the Statused Project
Case Study 

Calculating Percent Complete
·         Describe the three Percent Complete Types.
·         Determine which Percent Complete Type to use based on how your organization reports progress.
·         Explain how activity percentages are calculated based on the Percent Complete Type chosen.
·         Use weighted steps to calculated Percent Complete.
Earned Value
·         Define earned value.
·         Define Performance Percent Complete.
·         Review the results of different earned value techniques.
·         Recognize the benefits of using earned value analysis.

Advanced Scheduling
·         Calculate multiple float paths when scheduling.
·         Explain the difference between scheduling logic options.
·         Describe a calendar’s effect on lag.

User-Defined Fields and Global Change
·         Create a user-defined field.
·         Run a global change.

Managing Multiple Projects
·         Filter and apply progress to multiple projects.
·         Set the default project for multiple projects.
·         Explain how project elements are handled in multi-project mode.

 

Eligibility / Requirements

Fundamental project management training, an understanding of CPM scheduling concepts and knowledge of Windows™

This basic training course covers navigation, functionality and workshops in the P6 scheduling tool. Build the foundation for successful project management in P6 through hands-on, basic training.

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Senior Project Manager Senior Project Engineer Structural Engineer Planning Supervisor

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IPATS Government Recognized Education Zone-KhannaPul Rawalpindi-Islamabad


Air Ticketing and E-Reservation Management3035530865

 

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

Lesson 1 - Introduction, signing in and out, encode and decode

Part 1 - Introduction to the course
Part 2 - Signing in and out of a System
Part 3 - Agent work areas
Part 4 - Encode cities and airports
Part 5 - Decode cities and airports
Part 6 - Encode and decode airlines

Lesson 2 - Displaying a PNR

  Part 1 - Display a PNR
    Part 2 - Similar name lists
    Part 3 - Redisplay PNR
    Part 4 - PNR subfields
    Part 5 - PNR history
    Part 6 - Record locator return
Lesson 3 - Timetables, availability, schedules, access types
    Part 1 - Timetable displays
    Part 2 - Return timetables
    Part 3 - Basic flight availability
    Part 4 - Availability from a timetable
    Part 5 - Schedule displays
    Part 6 - Flight information
    Part 7 - Availability access levels
Lesson 4 - Return availability, availability change entries, airline alliances

    Part 1 - Journey types
    Part 2 - Return availability
    Part 3 - Availability change entries
    Part 4 - Airline Alliances, Codeshares, Low Cost Carriers

Lesson 5 - Building a PNR

Part 1 - Booking seats on nonstop and direct flights
    Part 2 - Booking seats on connections
    Part 3 - Enter basic name elements
    Part 4 - Enter name elements with PTCs
    Part 5 - Enter contact elements
    Part 6 - Enter a ticketing element
    Part 7 - Enter a received-from element
    Part 8 - Build and end a complete PNR
    Part 9 - Priority waitlist
    Part 10 - Open segments
    Part 11 - ARNK segments

Lesson 6 - Practice building a PNR
    Part 1 - Practice building a PNR I
    Part 2 - Practice building a PNR II

Lesson 7 - E-mailing, Frequent Flyer Element
    Part 1 - E-mail element
    Part 2 - Frequent flyer element

Lesson 8 - General remark, OSI elements, SSR elements
    Part 1 - General Remark Element
    Part 2 - OSI Element
    Part 3 - SSR Element
    Part 4 - TSA Secure Flight documentation

Lesson 9 - Canceling and changing PNR elements
    Part 1 - Canceling mandatory elements
    Part 2 - Change ticketing and phone elements
    Part 3 - Update name elements
    Part 4 - Canceling optional PNR elements
    Part 5 - Changing address and general remark elements
    Part 6 - Changing OSI elements
    Part 7 - Changing SSR elements
    Part 8 - Rebooking itinerary segments
    Part 9 - Split a PNR in six steps

Lesson 10 - Advance seating requests
    Part 1 - Basic seating request
    Part 2 - Seating requests with area preference
    Part 3 - Seating requests with psgr type
    Part 4 - Entering a seat wish

Lesson 11 - Seat maps and booking specific seats
    Part 1 - Seat map from a PNR
    Part 2 - Seat map from availability
    Part 3 - Request specific seats
    Part 4 - Specific seat wish
    Part 5 - Modify seating elements
    Part 6 - Paid seating

Lesson 12 - Fare displays and rules
    Part 1 - Classes of service, normal and excursion fares
    Part 2 - Fare displays
    Part 3 - Fare displays for a specific carrier
    Part 4 - Fare displays with specific dates
    Part 5 - Fare displays for a specific fare type
    Part 6 - Fare display with taxes
    Part 7 - Fare display with combination of modifiers
    Part 8 - Changing fare displays
    Part 9 - Fare notes
    Part 10 - Displaying specific categories of fare notes

Lesson 13 - Pricing itineraries

    Part 1 - Basic itinerary pricing
    Part 2 - Moving to a single passenger pricing display
    Part 3 - Best buy pricing
    Part 4 - Stored pricing
    Part 5 - Displaying a TST from a list
    Part 6 - Form of payment**US and Canada
    Part 7 - Form of payment**all other countries
    Part 8 - Miscellaneous fare elements
 

Eligibility / Requirements

in short, to thrive in this profession, one must be trained in certain aspects. They are –

Excellent communication skills, Courteous mannerism, Pleasant personality , Computer Application, Air Ticketing Software
Customer Service, Passports and VISAs, Refund and Cancellation Policy.

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Air Ticketing Agent Air Ticket Booking Specialist Air Ticketing Executive

Whatsapp: +923035530865, 03219606785, 3315145601, 03495021336

IPATS Government Recognized Education Zone-KhannaPul Rawalpindi-Islamabad


Diploma in Information Technology (DIT-PGDIT) 3035530865

 

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

Semester-I

Introduction to Computer & Operating System
Business Application
Database Management System
Programming Fundamentals with VB. Net.
Functional English-I
Work Ethics-I
Semester-II

Graphics Design & Animation
System Analysis & Design
Introduction to Computer Networking
Web Development using PHP & My SQL.
Project
Functional English-II
Work Ethics-II

Programming Concept Using C Language
Introduction
Data Type in the C Programming Language
Operators
Header Files & I/O Operators
Character & Data Enter Functions
Control Structure of C
Screen Formatting Function in C
User Define Functions
Array in C
Macros & Pointers
String Manipulation Functions
Data & the Time Functions
Miscellaneous Functions
Networking & Windows Server
Data Communication
Networking Concepts
Types Of Networks
Topologies
Communication Mediums
Access Method
OSI Reference Model
Network Interface Card
Modem
Protocols
Networking Devices
Windows server
Web Programming (HTML , DHTML , Macromedia Flash, Photoshop)
HTML
DHTML
Introduction of Java Script
Conditional Structure
Looping in JavaScript
Function in the JavaScript
Objects of the JavaScript’s
Event Handling
Macromedia Flash
Adobe Photoshop
Second Semester (Duration 6 Months)
Visual Basic 6
What is Windows Programming ?
What is difference in between Basic and Visual
How to OOP & Object Programming
16 bit & 32 bits
Basic of Visual Basic
Variable Data types in VB 6
Working with Object in VB Programming
How to create Menu in VB6
Define OLE, DB, Object models
Networking
Introduction to Networking & communication
Network concepts
Types of Networks
Topologies
Communication Medium
Access Method
OSI Models
NIC Network Interface Card
Modems
Protocols
Networking devices
Oracle (MySQL)
Introduction of MySQL Oracle
Tools of SQL
Build Forms
Basic of Database
SQL Queries
Java Programming
Introduction to Java Programming
Applets, Java Tool KIT
Data Types, Operators, Looping, Control Structure
Array
Java Classes,  Constructor, Keywords, Inheritance, Exceptions,
Multitasking, Java Packages Event Handling Java Database
E-Commerce
Introduction to E-Commerce
Business Strategy
B2B (Business to Business )
B2C (Business to Consumers)
Introduction to ASP
Using Database
 

Eligibility / Requirements


Selection for entry to DIT programmes will be determined on the basis of examination score except in the case of programmes which involve suitability tests, interviews and other assessment procedures. All suitability tests/interviews/auditions/portfolio reviews etc will generally be carried out during the period March - May each year.

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Software Engineer (Framework) Network Engineer Information Technology Manager Data Entry Clerk

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IPATS Government Recognized Education Zone-KhannaPul Rawalpindi-Islamabad


CCNA-CCNP-Library Information Science & Networking (LIS) 3035530865


Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

Course objectives At the end of this course students should:

1: Digital Services Management: Settings and Needs
2: Professionalism: Core Values, Ethics, and Management
3: Organizational and Change Theory, Collaboration, and Leadership
4: Strategic Planning, Decision-making, and Accountability
5: Project Management
6: Time Management
7: Financial Management and Fiscal Responsibility
8: Human Resources Management
9: Clients, Customers, Patrons, or Users: A Management Perspective
10: Intellectual Property in a Digital World: A Management Perspective
11: Collection Development: A Management Perspective
12: Technology, Data, and Digital Services: A Management Perspective
13: Communications: A Management Perspective
14: Physical and Virtual Spaces: A Management Perspective
15: Security: A Management Perspective
16: The Future of Digital Services Management


1. Understand the basic functions and configuration of computer systems; types of computers; and peripheral equipment used in library applications.

2. Be able to distinguish the types of software used in libraries and understand their functions.

3. Understand the role and importance of standards and protocols in IT library applications.

4. Understand the main objectives and approaches to the automation of the various functions in the library.

5. Be able to participate in the process of specification, selection, and procurement of an integrated library system (ILS), digital content management system (DSpace), or library services platform (LSP / Discovery / ERMS).

6. Be able to participate in the planning, development and management of new library systems based on emerging technologies, Web , Social Media, Library Services Platform (LSP), Open Educational Resources.

7. Be able to understand information technology changes and how they apply to libraries and information centers, BYOD, Flipped Classroom, Maker spaces, 3D Printers, Wearable Technology

Eligibility / Requirements

The ability to communicate well is emphasized both in librarianship competencies and in departmental outcomes. As such, while this is not an English or composition course, you are expected to have gained a proficiency in those skills appropriate for a masters level program.

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Information Management Coordinator, Administrative/Clerical, Education Coordinator, DIRECTOR OF PLANNING

Whatsapp: +923035530865, 03219606785, 3315145601, 03495021336

IPATS Government Recognized Education Zone-KhannaPul Rawalpindi-Islamabad


Auto Technician car and Diesel Technology Diploma3035530865

 

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

What is an Auto and Diesel Technology Diploma?
An auto and diesel technology diploma program will imbue you with the skills and experience you need to be a successful auto mechanic. Hands-on experience is essential as you learn about different auto technologies like hydraulics, electrical systems, welding, air intake, brake repair, and engine building. A typical diploma program for auto and diesel technology will include the following courses:

Engine Fundamentals
Brakes
Electrical Systems
Heating and Air Conditioning
Engine Rebuild
Diesel Electrical Systems
Computer Literacy
Alignment/Steering/Suspension

Course Contents:

1- Explain all kind of sensors and their works? 1)Mass Airflow Sensor, 2)Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor,
3)Air Vortex Sensor, 4)Fuel System Sensor, 5)Temperature Sensor, 6)Throttle Position Sensor,7)Exhaust Gas Oxygen Sensor,  8)Crank Angle Sensor, 9)Hall Effect Voltage Sensor

2-Identification of different types of vehicle Knowledge about automobile industry Identification of Vehicle Identification Number, Chassis No. & Engine no, Basic automotive terms and familiarization to various types of vehicles

3-Identification of different types of engine components. Career path for the trainee in the Dealership Replace- air cleaner, oil filter & fuel filter Understanding working of 2 stroke and 4 stroke engines Apply Grease to parts / through greasing points (if necessary) Types of fuel used in vehicles, spark ignition and compression ignition engines Check power plug and inspect cables Understanding of technical terms and definitions Wheel base and track, compression ratio, Stoichiometric ratio Clean, Check and Adjust spark plug Understanding of various components viz. Battery, Spark plug, Air Filter, Fuel filter, Oil filter, Injector, Body parts, etc Ignition Timing checking on Petrol vehicle with timing light & Ignition timing adjustment Knowledge of vehicle assembly.

4- Vehicle Service Process Vehicle Service Process (Personal & Vehicle Safety procedure PDI & Periodic Maintenance Schedule of various MSIL models , Personal & Vehicle Safety procedure followed in shop floor Air Filter - Working, PDI & Periodic Maintenance Schedule of various MSIL models Fuel Filter - Working, Air Filter - Cleaning process, Replacement Period & Process, Engine Lubrication System, Fuel Filter

5- Fuel-supply system components Air intake system components Electronic control components list of cars are compactable to EFI scan (engine code with model-chassis numbers Fuel System Fundamentals : Fuel Pumps, Fuel Filters, Fuel Injection and Carburetion, Idle Speed Control, Fuel Pump Control Module, Computer-Controlled Fuel Systems, Feedback Fuel Systems, How does the Oxygen Sensor Work? Zirconia Sensors and Titania Sensors. The Electronic Control Module(ECM)

6- What is EFI? And explain the benefits of EFI? Basic Terminologies define with Scope. Electronic control components with the Electronic control components
What is Fuel Tank and Explain the Purpose of Fuel Tanks, and Components of Fuel Tank? What is Sensors and explain how the sensor works in EFI System?

7- Carburetor Fuel System for a Piston Engine, What is Electronic Control Unit? And which things depend on ECU, What is Scanner? Use of Scanner and prescribe different kinds of scanners and their advantages? How to configure the Scanner? Step-by-step installation.

8-Explained the different kind of Filters and their work? Internal and external structure of the Scanner? What is ignition and different type of sensor lights when you switch on (IGNITION), Mechanical EFI Parts? And Electrical Components.
Define the reasons which increase the temperature of Moter? Define the terms (Engine Fan, Radiator, Fan Belt, Thermostats wale , Radiator Tanks, Water Storage Tank, timing belt)

9-Petrol Engine Petrol Engine Identification of petrol Engine components. 4-stroke spark-ignition engines- Basic 4-stroke principles. - Practice on starting and stopping of petrol engines. Observe and report the reading of Tachometer, Odometer, temp and Fuel gauge under ideal and on load condition, Spark-ignition engine components- Basic engine components, Engine cams & camshaft, Engine power transfer, and Engine components.

10-Explain the difference between Carbonator system and injectors system?

Modern Vehicle Technology
Motor Vehicle Management
Vehicle Maintenance
Organizational Management
Vehicle Maintenance Lab
Project, Industrial Visit, and Seminar Foundry,
Welding and Sheet Metal Practice
Special Vehicle and Equipment-
Strength of Materials

Mechanical Engineering
Diploma in Mechanical
Diploma in Automobile
Diploma in Aerospace
Diploma in Materials
Diploma in Mechanical (Power)
Diploma in Mechanical (Production)
Diploma in Precision Mechanical & Instruments
Diploma in Auto & Diesel Tech
Diploma in Dies & Mould
Diploma in Automation
Diploma in Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
Diploma in Mechanical (Construction Machinery)

Eligibility / Requirements

Candidates who have interest in Automobile Engineering and its related areas are suitable for this course.
Candidates who would like to work in design and development, maintenance, manufacturing, and servicing industries are also suitable for this course.

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Asst. Diesel Mechanic Mechanical Engineer Diesel Engine Specialist

Whatsapp: +923035530865, 03219606785, 3315145601, 03495021336

IPATS Government Recognized Education Zone-KhannaPul Rawalpindi-Islamabad

Diploma in Intuit QuickBooks3035530865


Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

A computerized accounting system is a system used by businesses for recording their financial information. Many systems are available and companies look for a system to match their accounting refers to using computers for a range of accounting ;In the past, computers were used as calculators. Modern computers perform a number of additional tasks and provide analytical Accounting software are Peachtree, Quickbooks, Tally Erp, Sage, SAP Business One, SAP ECC etc.

Course Outlines of Computerized Accounting:

Peach Tree:
1:Introduction
2:New Company Setup
3:Accounting Overview
4:General Ledger
5:Accounts Payable
6:Inventory
7:Accounts Receivable
8:Reports

Business Accounting & Finance Course Contents:
·         Numerical Skills
·         Managing Business
·         Practical IT Skills
·         Professional Communications
·         Academic Research Skills
·         Computer Technology
·         Quantitative Methods
·         Database Systems
·         Visual Basic
·         Marketing
·         Business Economics
·         Internet Applications
·         Legal Framework of Business
·         Business Statistics
·         Accounting
·         Systems Analysis & Design 
·         Organizational Behaviour
·         Managing Services
·         Managing Information Systems
·         IT Operations Management
·         Multimedia Applications

Outcomes: 

Accounting debits and credits
Double entry method of bookkeeping
Revenue and expense items
Recording accounting transactions
Preparing trial balance
Preparing Adjusting entries
Preparing financial statements
Balance sheets
Income statements
Statements of owner's equity
Cash Flow statements 

Eligibility / Requirements

here is no particular entry requirement. We do not ask for any previous qualification or experience. Students of all age and academic background can enroll on this course.

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Accounting Senior Manager Business Finance Manager Finance Manager Assistant Vice President Accounts

Whatsapp: +923035530865, 03219606785, 3315145601, 03495021336

IPATS Government Recognized Education Zone-KhannaPul Rawalpindi-Islamabad


DC-Documents Controller and Record Controller 3035530865

 

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

DCC Certified Document Controller Training Course, Document Control Clerk duties include: • Categorizing, filing, and retrieving documents using specific classification and organization systems including but not limited to current and historical: equipment files project files piping & instrument diagrams equipment drawings  loop drawings

Course Outline: 
·         The principles of managing information
·         The organization: How your information is managed today
·         Definitions: Understanding what the information terms mean
·         Document control and records management: Similarities and differences
·         Your organization
·         Identifying its type
·         Identifying its staff
·         Identifying its information
·         Defining information goals for the organization
·          How to achieve information goals
·         Document control and records management program development process 
·         Business case
·         Defining the purpose
·         What to include
·         Objectives of the case
·         Document Control specifics
·         Records Management specifics
·         Records review
·         Identification of documents and records
·         Critical information, documents and records
·         Electronic and physical formats
·         Storing records
·         Characteristics of a document control and records management program
·         File plans
·         Challenges and problems
·         Classification of records
·         Retention and disposition
·         Laws, regulations, standards and business requirements
·         Developing a retention schedule
·         Privacy and protection
·         Transparency
·         Integrity
·         Security
·         Business, historical and preservation archives

1Web-based Document Management Software & Records Management Training Courses & Records Management Consultancy & Records Management Resources

Document Controller responsibilities include typing contracts, archiving files and ensuring all team members have access to necessary documentation.

To be successful in this role, you should have previous experience reviewing technical documents along with the ability to spot errors.

Ultimately, you'll support our procedures maintaining transparent, up-to-date and easily traceable documents.

Prepare ad-hoc reports on projects as needed
Proven work experience as a Document Controller or similar role
Familiarity with project management

Basic knowledge of labor and corporate law
Hands-on experience with MS Office and MS Excel
Knowledge of Electronic Document Management Systems (EDMS)

Proficient typing and editing skills
Data organization skills 
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Eligibility / Requirements

This course is designed for individuals who manage, or who are involved with, any aspect of document control and records management. This includes records and information managers, in-house counsel, privacy officers, information security and protection managers, litigation and discovery staff, compliance officers, internal auditors, IT and enterprise content management professionals, and administrative managers.

It has been specifically designed to support activities across all types and sizes of organizations and sectors working locally and globally.

Job roles this course is suitable for:

File Clerk / Clerical Assistant Front Office Manager Project Manager

Whatsapp: +923035530865, 03219606785, 3315145601, 03495021336

IPATS Government Recognized Education Zone-KhannaPul Rawalpindi-Islamabad


DMLT-Medical Lab Technician Diploma 3035530865

 

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

Medical Laboratory Technicians are trained to work under the supervision of a Technologist to conduct routine diagnostic tests, as well as set up, clean and maintain medical laboratory equipment. As a Medical Laboratory Technician, you will be responsible to draw blood, accept body fluid sample(s) and tissue specimen(s) from patients, as well as log patient samples and prepare them for testing.

Clinical laboratory testing plays a crucial role in the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of disease. As a Medical Laboratory Technician, you will perform laboratory procedures such as preparing specimens for testing, preparing culture media and stock solutions, and recognizing problems and errors in lab procedures. Medical Laboratory Technician use automated equipment and computerized instruments capable of performing a number of tests simultaneously, as well as microscopes, cell counters, and other sophisticated laboratory equipment.

Clinical Lab Technician Diploma:
These programs provide curricula that are singularly focused in medical laboratory and office procedures. These programs may include courses in the following:
·         Hematology
·         Serology
·         Microscopy
·         Medical terminology
·         Phlebotomy
·         Computer applications in the laboratory
·         Clinical Lab Technician Certificate
·         These programs cover the various ways that lab workers analyze and process human tissue and fluid samples. These programs cover topics including the following:
·         Serology
·         Phlebotomy
·         Urinalysis
·         Cellular biotechnology
·         Biotechnology computer programs
·         Major components of study that form part of the DMLT Syllabus are:
·         analysis of body matter such as:
·         body fluids
·         tissue
·         blood.
·         micro-organism screening.
·         chemical analysis.
·         cell count procedures that are used to detect certain diseases in patients.
·         Such professionals are typically recruited as:
·         Medical Lab Technicians
·         Technologists.
·         They are responsible for:
·         collecting information.
·         sampling it.
·         testing.
·         reporting and documenting their medical investigations
·         conducting research studies supervised by medical researchers.
·         maintaining report accuracy.
·         conducting complex tests.
·         performing routine tests under stipulated conditions.
·         preparing specimens.
·         operating automated sample-analyzing machines.
·         arranging and setting up testing equipment.
·         maintaining lab equipment.
·         supervising experiments.
·         maintaining tools and safe conditions.
·         Such postgraduates of DMLT are actively involved in the following procedures:
·         Blood banking
·         Clinical Chemistry (chemical analysis of body fluids)
·         Hematology (blood related)
·         Immunology (study of immune system)
·         Microbiology (study of bacteria and other disease-carrying organisms)
·         Cytotechnology (study of human tissue)
·         Phlebotomy
·         Urine analysis
·         Coagulation
·         Parasitology 
·         Blood Sample Matching
·         Drug Efficacy Tests
·         Serology.
·         Successful Diploma-holders of the course perform duties such as:
·         analyzing human body fluids like:
·         sputum
·         blood
·         urine
·         drug count

Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology [DMLT]: Career Prospects

In general, Medical Technicians are professionals who work across:
·         X-ray labs
·         dental hygiene
·         medical emergency
·         surgery-related help
·         pharmacy
·         veterinary-related assistants.

Eligibility / Requirements

The course is an allied health/paramedical course that is concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases through clinical laboratory tests.

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Supervising Radiologic Technologist Medical Manager Operating Theatres Medical Delegate

 

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SOLID WORKS Advanced Part Modeling 3035530865

 Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

Training Course Contents
The Advanced Part Modeling course is for SOLIDWORKS users who need to create complex parts and want to learn how to use more advanced features; including sweeps, lofts, boundaries, and every type of ;Also in the course are best practices for creating efficient parts including using Boolean operations in multibody parts in order to save time. Building master models for parametrically driving whole projects. Plus reverse-engineering complex models with sketch pictures.

SOLIDWORKS Training
Basic to advanced SOLIDWORKS courses

SOLIDWORKS Advanced Part Modeling Lessons
The following lessons are included in the course

>>SOLIDWORKS Essentials
>>SOLIDWORKS Assembly Modeling
>>SOLIDWORKS Advanced Part Modeling
>>SOLIDWORKS Drawings
>>SOLIDWORKS Surface Modeling
>>SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal
>>SOLIDWORKS Weldments
>>SOLIDWORKS Pipe & Tube Routing
>>SOLIDWORKS Mold Design
>>SOLIDWORKS Visualize Rendering
>>SOLIDWORKS Advanced Update
>>SOLIDWORKS Electrical Routing
>>SOLIDWORKS Visual Basic for Applications
>>SOLIDWORKS API
>>SOLIDWORKS Composer Essentials
>>SOLIDWORKS Simulation Linear Static
>>SOLIDWORKS Simulation Professional
>>SOLIDWORKS Simulation Dynamics
>>SOLIDWORKS Simulation Nonlinear
>>SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation
>>SOLIDWORKS Motion
>>SOLIDWORKS MBD
>>SOLIDWORKS Inspection
>>Using SOLIDWORKS PDM
>>Administering SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional Course
>>SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic
>>SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D
>>Drive Works Professional
>>SOLIDWORKS Electrical Advanced
>>SOLIDWORKS PCB

Multibody Solids: How They Work

Multibody Solids
Multibody Techniques
Introducing: Solid Bodies Folder
Feature Scope
Patterning Bodies
Tool Body
Introducing: Insert Part
Introducing: Move/Copy Bodies
Combining Bodies
Introducing: Combine

Uses of Multibody Solids

Common Bodies
Indent Feature
Introducing: Delete Body
Local Operations
Modeling Negative Space
Using Cut to Create Multibodies
Saving Solid Bodies as Parts and Assemblies
Introducing: Insert into New Part
Introducing: Save Bodies
Splitting a Part into Multibodies
Introducing: Split
Creating an Assembly
Introducing: Create Assembly
Using Split Part with Legacy Data

Sketching with Splines
Sketching Splines
Introducing: Spline
Introducing: Show Curvature Combs
Sketch Picture
Introducing: Sketch Picture
Review

Introduction to Sweeping

Sweeping
Case Study: Faux Raised Panel Door
Sweep with Guide Curves
Case Study: Bottle
Sweep Options
Sweep with Guide Curves
Introducing: Dome
Introducing: SelectionManager

Working with Curves

Case Study: Modeling a Spring
Sweeping Along a 3D Path
3D Sketching
Introducing: Helix and Spiral
Introducing: Projected Curve
Introducing: Composite Curve
Introducing: Fit Spline
Applying the Label to the Bottle
Modeling Threads
Case Study: Creating a Curve Through a Set of Points
Sketch Blocks
Introducing: Sketch Blocks
Equation Driven Curves
Introducing: Equation Driven Curve
Introducing: Split Line

Advanced Sweeping

Orientation and Twist Control
Align with End Faces
Sweeping Along Model Edges
Sweeping a Tool Body

Boundary Feature and Lofting
Why Lofts and Boundary Features?
How Lofting and Boundary Work
Boundary Feature vs Loft
Introducing: Boundary Feature
Using Derived and Copied Sketches
Copying a Sketch
Derived Sketches
Introducing: Insert Derived Sketch
2-Direction Boundary Feature
Layout Sketches
Centerline Lofting
Introducing: Split Entities
Cleaning Up a Model
Introducing: Delete Face
Introducing: Deviation Analysis


Other Advanced Tools

Advanced Fillets
Analyzing Geometry
Introducing: Display Curvature
Intersection Curve
Zebra Stripes
Wrap Feature
Deform Feature
Introducing: Knit Surface
Move Face and Delete Face
Introducing: Move Face
Performance Considerations
 

Eligibility / Requirements

Autodesk sort of one month exposure and SOLIDWORKS Essentials, At least 1 month using software, Able to take time out for training, Sweep & Loft freeform features, Multibodies & boolean operations, Deform, Wrap & Move Face

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Sr. Architectural Engineer Mechanical Engineers Senior Mechanical Design Engineer Technical Electrical Engineer

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SOLIDWORKS PCB and CAM Design3035530865

 

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

SOLIDWORKS PCB & Electrical Training

The new SOLIDWORKS PCB powered by altium design tool combines the power and usability of Altium with the 3D expertise of SOLIDWORKS to unite the "electronic" and mechanical worlds, one design at a time.

ECAD-MCAD Project Collaboration Server
Achieve unmatched ECAD-MCAD integration and collaboration with SOLIDWORKS® by unifying data and pushing changes to both sides of the design project.

Managed ECAD-MCAD ECO Process
Manage changes to board shape, component placement, mounting holes, keepouts and cutouts in both SOLIDWORKS PCB and SOLIDWORKS through managed Engineering Change Orders (ECOs), no matter where the change initiated.

Output PCB Copper Geometries
Open board designs in SOLIDWORKS with all copper information making it possible to take advantage of advanced analysis such as thermal and vibration simulation.

Streamlined Interface
The SOLIDWORKS PCB interface is designed for streamlined productivity and ease-of-use. Enjoy a modern interface with easy to navigate options to get your PCB designs done quickly and efficiently.

Library Management
Combine and manage your schematic and PCB component libraries together in a single location. Re-use components that you know and trust from successful past projects.

Supplier Links
Make immediate decisions on pricing and availability of components to meet your budget and deadlines. Search your preferred supplier databases within SOLIDWORKS PCB and link solutions directly to components in your design.

Version Control
Gain greater clarity and control over changes made to your design in all phases, from schematic capture to board layout.

Seamless integration
Open native SOLIDWORKS files in SOLIDWORKS PCB, and open PCB files in SOLIDWORKS. Imported mechanical models are accurate and retain your original design information.

Enhance your manufacturing process by capturing company standards, speed up quoting, and test manufacturability of a design earlier in the ;

Feature Recognition

Recognize certain types of geometry not only as CAD features, but to understand how much those features will be manufactured, and even how much it will cost to manufacture. SOLIDWORKS CAM can find 20+ types of machinable features on parts, such as holes, slots, and pockets.

Rules-based Machining
Automatically apply best manufacturing strategies that you like to use so that manufacturing processes can be not only faster, but also more standardized.

Tolerance Based Machining
Model Based Definition (MBD) is leveraged to ensure machining strategies are automatically adjusted based on tolerance ;Reading tolerances and surface finishes will help you to make decisions about how to manufacture your product.

Part & Assembly machining
milling solution which allows users to program in either part or assembly environments.

Automatic Quoting
Automate quoting and compare it to traditional methods to ensure all aspects of the part are accounted for ahead of time.

Axis Milling
Machine prismatic features with axis milling capabilities. SOLIDWORKS CAM includes automatic roughing, finishing, thread milling, face milling and single point (drilling, boring, reaming, tapping) cycles.

3 Axis Milling
SOLIDWORKS CAM includes 3 axis milling routines to machine complex, contoured surfaces routinely encountered in mold/tool making and aerospace applications.

Turning
SOLIDWORKS CAM 2 and 4 axis turning software for programming CNC lathe machines includes automatic roughing, finishing, grooving, threading, cutoff and single point (drilling, boring, reaming and tapping) cycles.

Associative Machining
SOLIDWORKS CAM provides true associative machining - automatically accommodating changes to your part or assembly model. Any modifications made to the SOLIDWORKS design are automatically updated in SOLIDWORKS CAM, which eliminates time consuming CAM system rework due to design alterations.
 

Eligibility / Requirements

With SOLIDWORKS skills, you'll have a clear advantage in the engineering or industrial design job markets. The easy-to-use SOLIDWORKS Student Edition lets you sharpen your skills outside the classroom as you learn to design better products.

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Senior Electrical Engineer, Engine Planning Engineer Mechanical Site Engineer Technical Electrical Engineer

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CCTV Cameras and Surveillance3035530865

 

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS) assist ambitious people move up into hire paid more job satisfaction courses. Our Alarm and CCTV courses can benefit people who are working or intending to work as a: - Security Manager, Security Supervisor, Security Guard, CCTV Control Room Employee, CCTV Sales Person, CCTV Protected Premises Owner/Manager, Potential CCTV Purchaser/Advisor, CCTV System Maintenance Employee, CCTV Installer, CCTV Specifier.

Course Content
CCTV Systems:- Introduction and uses.
Elements of a basic CCTV system:- Camera, monitor and digital recorder.

Back Focus adjustment.
Lens types:- Fixed and variable focal length, manual and motorised zoom.
Use of lens calculator.
Scene illumination:- Lighting considerations, LED's, infrared lamp maintenance and bulb life.
Switches, Quads, Multiplexers and control systems: - Types and applications.

Monitors and Multiple screen displays.
Recording the footage:- Analogue and Digital video recorders.
Time-lapse recording. Reviewing video footage.
Cables and connectors: - Types, uses, limitations, preparation and testing.

Introduction to Digital CCTV and IP technology.
Connection to other security systems.
Use of test equipment including: - Multimeters, Oscilloscopes, Light Meters, Pattern Generators and Cable Length Meters.

Course Outline
Introduction
What is CCTV?
History
Use and Benefits
CCTV Cameras for Security Act of 2012
Certification for Quality

IP and IK Ratings Explained
CCTV Equipment Basics
Types of CCTV Recorder
Multiplexer (Non-Recorder)

Standalone Digital Video Recorded
PC Based Digital Video Recorder
Standalone Network Video Recorder
PC Based Network Video Recorder
Hybrid DVR
Recorder Hard Disk Drive (HDD) Requirement

Video Compression Formats
MPEG
MPEG4

Different Types of CCTV Cameras
Dome Camera
Bullet Camera
Covert/Discreet
Varifocal Camera
Auto Iris Lens
OSD Cameras
Box Camera

PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom) / Speed Domes
IP/Network Camera
Wireless IP Camera
IVS Camera (Intelligent Video Surveillance System)

Highlight Compensation (HLC)
Working with Analog and IP Based PTZ
RS485 Basics
Installing and Configuring Analog and IP Based PTZ
Installing and Configuring Analog and IP Based PTZ Controller
Display and Recording Resolutions
Optical and Data Cables

RG59 Cable / RG59 Siamese Cable
RG6 Cable / RG6 Siamese Cable
CAT5e UTP Cable
CAT6 UTP Cable
Maximum Cable Distances
Optical Adapters

BNC
Passive Balun
Active Balun
Power Source
Power Adapter
Centralized Power Distribution Unit
PoE Switch and Injector

Optical Cable Crimping / Termination
Power Cable Crimping / Termination
Installing CCTV Recorders
Standalone DVR
Standalone NVR
PC-Based NVR

Recorder Management and Configuration
Continuous Recording
Scheduled Recording
Motion Detection Recording
Video Playback/Review
Video Backup
User Account Management

Local & Remote Access (Public IP, DYNDNS, Cloud P2P)
LAN Access via Web Browser and Client Software
Remote Access via Public IP / Leased IP
Remote Access via DYNDNS
Remote Access via Cloud P2P

Site Survey
Design & Commissioning
Proposal & Costing
Introduction to Setting up and Configuring Citywide Wireless CCTV (Bonus)

CCTV Security Surveillance Installation and Management
Introduction
What is CCTV?
History
Use and Benefits
Philippine CCTV Cameras for Security Act of 2012
Certification for Quality
IP and IK Ratings Explained
CCTV Equipment Basics
Types of CCTV Recorder
Multiplexer (Non-Recorder)
Standalone Digital Video Recorded
PC Based Digital Video Recorder
Standalone Network Video Recorder
PC Based Network Video Recorder
Hybrid DVR
Recorder Hard Disk Drive (HDD) Requirement

Recorder Management and Configuration
Continuous Recording
Scheduled Recording
Motion Detection Recording
Video Playback/Review
Video Backup
User Account Management

Local and Network Sharing Securities/Restrictions
Windows Workgroups
Computer User Accounts
Simple and Advance File Sharing
Advance File Sharing Securities/Restrictions
Network Sharing of Folders and files
Network Sharing of Hard Drives
Network Sharing CDROMs/DVDROMs
Network Sharing of External Drives
Network Sharing USB Flash Drives
Network Drive Mapping
Setting up a Network Printer
Sharing My Documents Folder
Internet Connection Sharing USB Wireless Card and 3G/4G Dongle
Remote Desktop
Windows Remote Desktop
Third-Party Remojte Desktop

Technical Security encompasses such areas as
Intruder Alarm Systems
CCTV Systems
Access Control Systems
Fire Alarm Systems
Perimeter Protection
Remote monitoring of Mission Critical Infrastructure
Panic Attack Systems

CCTV Camera Course in Rawalpindi Islamabad
IPATS Institute of Technology fully equipped Training Center, Our CCTV Installation & repairing course, CCTV Maintenance Course, Mobile Repairing Course , Laptop Repairing Course , Desktop Repairing Course & all course is designed to give candidates instruction on how to install , repair and maintain the systems/equipment and their component parts. CCTV & Security System Training Institute/Center offers professional CCTV & Security System Training. This CCTV Installation training will introduce the candidate to the level understanding required to allow you to work safely and efficiently on CCTV equipment and associated electrical systems.

Brief Course Content
CCTV Development
Fundamentals of Video
Transmission Protocols
Cameras, Lenses and Monitors
Analogue and Digital Video Recording
Installation Practices
Cabling Topologies
IP Technology
Surveying for CCTV
Final commissioning
Handover to a customer
Documentation
 

Eligibility / Requirements

It may vary from one institute to another. 10th/12th/ITI/Diploma pass students are preferred.

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Security Officer Head of Corporate Security Networking IT Specialist Security Coordinator

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Civil, Road & Land Surveyor 03035530865

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS) Provides the surveyors and Civil engineers remain in high demand as construction booms in the world skills to work as a qualified technician in civil engineering and land surveying so you can jump into this exciting field with both feet. Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS) Civil Survey Institute is a premier provider of surveying, construction, engineering, and environmental training services to public and private sector. We have affiliations from SPTTC, SDC, PSSC and NSDC Government of Pakistan. All the trainings we provide in the field of civil are totally practical and professional. We have Qualified, experienced and well trained professional teachers.

Practical Application
Land survey classes are typically available through certificate, associate's and bachelor's degree programs in land surveying and civil engineering. Most programs include field experience with surveying equipment.

Surveying and mapping technicians only need a high school diploma to enter this career path,

Relevant majors for land survey courses:
Surveying engineering
Civil engineering
Electrical engineering
Computer science
Mechanical engineering
Course Information

Land surveyors are responsible for using various equipment to take measurements, interpretting data and performing calculations, and creating topographic maps. The courses you take to prepare for such tasks involve areas like engineering, data analysis, and technical writing. A strong foundation in mathematics and statistics, especially geometry and trigonometry, is also essential.

Additional topics you will find in your courses include:
Measurement errors
Drainage systems
Photogrammetry (3D modeling)
Legal boundaries
Elevation and GPS
Computer-assisted drafting
Field data
List of Courses
Land Survey Instruments

Basic land surveying classes introduce students to survey instruments that collect positioning data for different plots of land. Students are exposed to boundary surveying, topographic surveying, drafting, remote sensing and geographic information systems. Students keep field notes, find common measurement errors, take accurate linear measurement and use instruments for determining elevations.

Subdivision Planning and Layout
This course trains students to design models of subdivisions complete with sewers, drainage systems and traffic circulation. They examine how an area's topography influences the way these systems should be set up and learn ways to work with soil and earth safely. Course participants identify and fix problems with their models that could influence water safety or the flow of traffic. The lecture portion of this land survey course deals with codes and environmental considerations, which students must also incorporate into their models.

Land Survey Computation
Land surveyor classes in computation introduce students to the mathematical procedures involved in land surveys and construction. Students use scientific calculators to deal with field data and measurements. Topics for this intermediate-level class include computing distances, direction and elevations. More advanced students might learn traverse computations and curve stakeout computations.

Boundary Location
Students taking this course gain practical experience retracing boundary lines, using original boundaries, land parcels, global positioning systems (GPS) and water boundaries. Students learn about a landowner's rights in terms of boundary disputes and the ethical responsibilities of surveyors when they create and maintain land boundaries. This course also examines the legal aspects of boundaries, including property descriptions, titles and
liabilities.

Topographical Mapping
Topographical mapping classes introduce prospective land survey professionals to field sketching, plotting, traverses and planimetric maps, which indicate the horizontal position of features without noting their elevation. The principles of topographical mapping also include plotting cross sections, grading plans, photogrammetry (3D modeling of a scene) and mapping projections. These advanced land survey courses also teach students about gathering and analyzing field data through the use of GPS.


Course Outlines of Civil & Land Surveyor Course:
1:Introduction Civil Surveyor
2:Classification of survey
3:Civil Surveyor
4:Principles of survey
5:Chain survey
6:Plotting of chain survey
7:Compass survey
8:Bearing system
9:Drawing Scales
10:Types of scales
11:Leveling
12:Technical terms
13:Purpose of Leveling
14:Plain table survey
15:Methods of plane table survey
16:Adjustment of Levels
Station Practical Training
Level / Theodolite Training
19. GPS Practical Training
 

Eligibility / Requirements

A civil construction and surveying course can lead to a number of job opportunities, from proposing structure designs to overseeing crucial civil projects across the country.
Qualifications in civil construction and surveying can lead to a job as a civil engineering professional, spatial information technician, cartographer, land surveyor or civil construction;

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Senior Civil Engineer Road Engineer Civil Forman Junior Quantity Surveyor Engineer

 

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Logistics and Supply Chain Management Diploma3035530865

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)

 Course details

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS) Offers the Logistics and Supply Chain Management Diploma
Logistics & Supply Chain Management (LSCM) is the management of the flow of goods and ;It includes the movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventory, and finished goods from point of origin to point of consumption. Interconnected or interlinked networks, channels and node businesses are involved in the provision of products and services required by end customers in a supply chain Supply chain management has been defined as the "design, planning, execution, control, and monitoring of supply chain activities with the objective of creating net value, building a competitive infrastructure, leveraging worldwide logistics, synchronizing supply with demand and measuring performance globally

Purchasing & Supply Advanced Diploma
Course Modules:
1. International Purchasing & Supply
2. Logistics
3. Operational Chain Management
4. Purchasing Strategies
;Purchasing & Supply Law

Course Content (5 modules):

1. International Purchasing & Supply - 

Rationale of International Purchasing, Advantages & Rationale of Buying Overseas, Process of Sourcing Potential Suppliers, Overseas Culture & Market Environment, Culture, International Purchasing Strategy & Planning, Logistics & Globalization,  Supplier Audit, Import Finance.

2. Logistics & the Supply Chain - 
Logistics Costs, Sources of Value, Supply Chain Operations Reference Model, Managing Logistics Internationally, Managing the Lead Time Frontier, Just-In-Time & Lean Thinking, The Agile Supply Chain.

3. Operational Chain Management - 
Purchasing Strategy, Strategic Planning Process, Purchasing & Supply in Group Undertakings, Purchasing contribution to Supply Chain Management, Traditional Purchasing Procedures, Management Information Systems (MIS),
Essential Features of a Computerised Supplies System, Human Resources in the Supply Chain, Strategic Aspects of HRM Applied to Purchasing, Specifying & Assuring the Quality of Suppliers.

4. Purchasing Strategies - 
Building a Purchasing Strategy, Contribution & Influence, Purchasing & Audit Framework, Upstream & Downstream Management, Supply Positioning, Pareto Analysis, Setting Up a Supply Positioning Analysis, Supplier Preferences, Matching Supply Positioning with Customer Segmentation, Vulnerability Management, Influencing the Supply Market:, Procurement Marketing.

5. Purchasing & Supply Law - 
Contract Formation, Offer & Acceptance, Intention to Create Legal Relations, Contractual Capacity, Contractual Terms & Formalities, Express & Implied Terms, Conditions, Innominate Terms & Warranties, Unfair Contract Terms
Criminal Control, Termination & Remedies, Role of an Agent, Exclusion of Liability Supply of Goods & Services.


Professional Diploma Courses in Import & Export Procurement Logistics & Inventory
·         Import & Export Management
·         Procurement Management
·         Procurement, Logistic &Inventory
·         Control Management
·         Inventory &Material Management
·         Logistics , Supply Chain Management
·         Store Keeping &Purchasing
·         Materials Management
·         Introduction To Intellectual Property
·         Shipping Transport & Management
·         Industrial Development Inventory & Management
·         Procurement , Stores & Material Management
·         Modern Inventory Control &Management
·         Stores Management
·         Supervisory Management
·         Transport Management

Eligibility / Requirements

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)welcome bookings from students from all work and educational backgrounds. Selection is based on having a Diploma in Purchasing & Supply from Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS).
 

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Supply Chain Manager Import & Export Specialist Promotions and Events Manager

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EPM-Education Planning and Management Diploma3035530865

 

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS) Offer the Diploma in Education Planning and Management Course
The Department of (EPM) offers courses of study in the professional areas of Educational Planning and Management which are aimed at producing a cadre of professionals for educational institutions and organizations of the country for all levels of planning and management jobs.

Course Content of Education Planning and Management:
1:Teacher Education in Pakistan
2:Foundation of Education
3:Educational Research
4:Curriculum Development and Instructions
5:Education Psychology
6:Basic Concepts of Educational Planning -I
7:Basic Concepts of Education Planning-II
8:Process of Educational Planning
9:Curriculum Planning and Evaluation
10:Economics and Financing of Education
11:Development Education
12:Planning for Population Education
13:Educational Research and Statistics

GENERAL DIPLOMA COURSES in HRM, HRD, HRP, Project Management
·         Human Resource Management
·         Human Resource Development
·         Human Resource Practitioner
·         Managing Human Resource
·         Professionalism in Human Resource Management
·         Human Resource & Personal
·         Project Management
·         Project Planning & Control
·         Project Planning & Management
·         Advanced Project Management
·         Project Management Information System
·         Project Management Promotional Strategies
·         Advanced Project Management
·         TQM &Iso-
·         Practical Project Management
·         Project l Management For Business & Technology
·         Management Development &E-Learning
·         Leadership In Project Management
·         Project Implementation Management Effective Project Management
·         Joint Project Planning
·         Project Resources Management
·         Total Quality Management

Essential Information
Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS) 
Provides these course enhanced the Educational management courses prepare individuals for leadership positions in schools and universities. These courses are usually offered in advanced academic programs that lead to graduate certificates or master's degrees in educational management or educational administration. Courses may also prepare students for state certification as principals.
Here are some of the core concepts you'll learn while studying educational management:
·         Leadership skills
·         Teacher training
·         American public school policy
·         Conflict resolution techniques
·         Ethics in education
·         Technology and instruction
List of Typical Courses
1.    Education Management and Leadership Course
2.    Managing Diversity in Schools Course
3.    Curricular and Instructional Management Course
4.    Conflict Management in Education
5.    Educational Management and Politics Course
6.    Educational Management and Technology Course
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Eligibility / Requirements


The consideration of administration, planning and management in education as a whole - pre-school, school and post-school.

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Education Coordinator DIRECTOR OF PLANNING Program Manager Education Lead

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IPATS Government Recognized Education Zone-KhannaPul Rawalpindi-Islamabad

Civil Lab Technician Practical Diploma3035530865


Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)

Course details
Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS) Provides the Civil Lab Technician Course in Rawalpindi, Civil Lab Technician Practical Training in Rawalpindi

Civil Lab Technician Course in Rawalpindi, Civil Lab Technician Practical Training in Rawalpindi, Material Testing Course in Rawalpindi, Civil engineering is one of the oldest engineering disciplines because it deals with constructed environment including planning, designing, and overseeing construction and maintenance of building structures, and facilities, such as roads, railroads, airports, bridges, harbors, channels, dams, irrigation ;

A Civil Engineering Laboratory Technician carries out a wide range of sampling and testing of civil construction materials, both in the laboratory and in the technology is the field of drafting, cartography, traffic technology and the analysis of construction materials to support construction, engineering, and architecture for roads, bridges and other public testing, measurement of the characteristics and behaviour of such substances as metals, ceramics, or plastics under various conditions.

Course Outline of Civil Lab Technician Course:
1.    Soil Section Testing
2.    Concrete Section
3.    Aggregate Section
4.    Asphalt Section
5.    Bitumen Section
6.    Cement Section 
7.    Steel Section

Vocational & Technical TRADE PROGRAMS in Construction Management, Surveying Management, Civil technology & Land Surveying
·         Construction Management
·         Modern Construction Management
·         Building Technician
·         Civil &Architecture Technology
·         Civil &Architecture Technology
·         Building Construction Surveyor
·         Land Surveying
·         Surveying Management
·         Quantity Surveying
·         Civil Drafting
·         Multi Welder
·         X-Rays Welding
·         Civil Surveying (2 Year)
·         Auto Cad
·         Electrical Technician
·         Electronics Technician

ENGINEERING PROGRAMS HSE Engineering, Sanitary Inspector, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering

·         Engineering Management
·         Environmental E Engineering
·         HSC Engineering
·         Sanitary Inspector
·         Process Engineering Modern Plant
·         Operation
·         Process Engineering Modern Plant
·         Operation &Waste Water Treatment
·         Civil Engineering Construction
·         Civil Engineering Construction (2 YEAR)
·         Mechanical Engineering (Diesel, Gas, Heat Engines)
·         Mechanical Engineering (Oil& Gas)
·         Mechanical &Electrical Engineering
·         (Mechatronics )
·         Electrical Instrumentation Engineering
·         Auto Diesel Engineering
·         Electrical Engineering
·         Electrical Engineering (2 YEAR)
·         Civil Road Laboratory Technician
·         Material Engineering
·         Chemical Engineering
·         Oil &Gas Technology
·         Petroleum Engineering
·         Road Engineering
·         Railway Engineering
·         Bridge Engineering
·         Bridge Engineering
·         Tunnel Engineering
·         Harbor -Duck Engineering
·         Telecommunication &System Engineering
·         Telecommunication &Networking
·         Wireless Communication System
·         Networking
·         Optical Fiber Communication
·         Mobile, Satellite Communication
·         Telecommunication & Date Resource
·         Management
·         Surveying & Leveling
·         Hazardous Solid Waste Testing
·         Control System Engineering

Diplomas in QA QC Mechanical Supervisor Course

These controls help standardize both production and reactions to quality issues. Limiting room for error by specifying which production activities are to be completed by which personnel reduces the chance that employees will be involved in tasks for which they do not have adequate ;The mission of Institute is to train and transform young men and women into responsible thinking engineers, technologists and scientists, to motivate them to attain professional excellence and to inspire them to proactively engage themselves for the betterment of the society.

QA QC Mechanical Course Contents:
·         Introduction
·         Course Overview
·         Training Objective
·         Philosophy & Objective
·         Quality System Design
·         QA QC Planning
·         Level Responsibilities (Project & Corporate 
·         Mechanical Quality System Policy
·         QA QC Engineer Roles and Responsibilities
·         Mechanical QC General Requirements
·         Mechanical QC Plan
·         Mechanical QC Testing Plan Typical Inspection Plan
·         Mechanical Codes and Standards
·         Mechanical Documents & Drawing Review
·         Material Inspection
·         Design Review and Checking
·         Mechanical Equipment Casing Inspection
·         GAD Review & Procedure
·         P & ID Review & Procedure
·         Welding Procedural Guidelines
·         Documents Review & Records

Eligibility / Requirements

Civil engineering is the division of engineering concerned with the building, designing, planning, and maintenance of the material and naturally built surroundings.

It is one of the oldest and largest branches of engineering. Civil Engineers are professionally responsible for overseeing design and construction of industrial plant buildings, transmission towers/lines, waterworks, river navigation, airport runways, skyscrapers, power plants, irrigation canals, traffic control infrastructure, dams, shipping canals, bridges, rail-roads, sewers and highways.

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Senior Civil Engineer, Civil Engineering Lab Technician Process Safety Engineer Civil Forman

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IPATS Government Recognized Education Zone-KhannaPul Rawalpindi-Islamabad


3D Studio Max Professional Certification3035530865

 

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS) Offer the 3D Max Professional Course can design the professionalism to promote the extensive knowledge of the 3D Training programs are entirely production based to help participants gain the production skills required to enhance their marketability in the shortest amount of time possible

Course Outlines of 3D Studio Max

1:Introduction to Autodesk 3Ds Max
2:Autodesk 3DS Max Design Interface and Workflow
3:Autodesk 3DS Max Design Project Configuration
4:Assembling files
5:3D Modeling from 2D Objects
6:lighting
7:Lighting with Autodesk 3DS Max mental ray
8:Rendering
9:Animation for Visualization

Low and High Poly modeling
1:Detailed box modeling techniques
2:Learn about the Edge Copying technique
3:Combine multiple mode ling concepts to create photo-real models
4:Learn to build anything from Airplanes to humans!
5:The difference between Mesh & Nurbs techniques

Material Techniques
1:Learn game texturing techniques
2:Pelt Mapping
3:Layer many maps using UVW map channels
4:Using Alphas & images as Alphas
5:Mix & Composite Mapping
6:Material types in depth including Multi-Sub Object
7:Composite
8:Matte/shadow
9:Raytraced materials
10:Render to texture

Effects
1:Particles tips and tricks
2:Particle Flow
3:Environmental effects
4:Composition tips
5:Glow & flares
6:Dynamics with Reactor

Add Bones into the Mesh
1:The 'Da Vinci pose- Do's & Don'ts'
2:Preparing the mesh for Bone Rigging
3:Adding Bones into using Mesh Template

Rigging
1:Mechanical vs. Bone Rigs
2:Set up a Rig using HI Solver & Sliders
3:Over 3 Different Custom Biped Rigs- developed by the instructor
4:Tips and Tricks for successful Rigging
5:Roper usage of Coordinate Systems to prevent Rigging problems
6:Create Biped, Quadrupeds or any Multi-legged Character
7:Creative use of Controllers & Constraints
8:What the books don't show us!

Character Studio
1:Biped, Physique & Skinning
2:Learn Workflows for Successful Rigging Fitting Biped to a Mesh
3:Creating Footsteps, Varying Time & Stride length
4:Footsteps in Track View
5:Upper body animation
6:Freeform animation
7:Anchoring
8:IK Blending
9:Body Dynamics
10:Passing Objects
11:Obstacle Coursed
12:Motion Capture
13:Motion Flow
14:Curve Editing

Skinning
1:Skin modifier
2:Skin morph & skin wrap
3:Envelopes
4:Vertex editing
5:Weight tables
6:Mirror mode

Animation Techniques
1:Tip & tricks on walk cycles
2:Human & animal locomotion techniques
3:Morph modifier for facial animation
Lighting
1:Using Skylight
2:Area lights
3:Radiosity
4:Light Tracer
5:Photometric lights
6:Tips on how to reduce time consuming renders with simple standard lights

Animation
1:Learn controllers in depth
2:List controllers & limit controllers
3:Parameter collector
4:Wire Parameters
5:Sliders
6:Inverse kinematics
7:IK Solvers
8:Animation modifiers
9:Morphing
10Animation materials & effects
11:Channel locks & inherit

Our programs are ideal for:
Professionals working in the field and looking to improve their skills with the latest version of the software.
Intermediate-level users looking to improve their current demo reels and marketability.
Beginners looking to explore new career options in the 3D animation industry.
 

Eligibility / Requirements

Civil, ITI, Architecture, Interior Design, Landscaping, Graduates, Diploma, Engineering Students.

Coordinate Office : Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS) IPATS Government Recognized Education Zone-Khanna Pul Rawalpindi-Islamabad
 

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Civil Engineer, Associate Drafting Operator Technical Electrical Engineer Senior Interior Design Manager

 

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IPATS Government Recognized Education Zone-KhannaPul Rawalpindi-Islamabad


Tally Peachtree Accounting Software Certification3035530865

 

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS) Provide the Trainings Tally ERP 9 & Peachtree Accounting Software Training Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS) aims at harnessing the opportunities and addressing the challenges presented by the rapidly changing environment so that, our new generation in the fields of accounting makes rapid growth.

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS) will ensure that students have the right skills to serve global markets which are regularly updated and are relevant in the changing economic order. Modern computers perform a number of additional tasks and provide analytical information. Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS) will develop skilled professionals with competencies to service clients not only within Pakistan but across the globe that requires technical skills as also cross cultural appreciation and understanding of global needs Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS) is registered with Govt bodies/ Boards, SPTTC, NSDC, SDC, NTB, IQRA Education Ministry of federal Education and Professional trainings Govt of Pakistan

Tally ERP 9 Course Contents:
Introduction
New Company Setup
Accounting Overview
General Ledger
Accounts Payable
Inventory
Accounts Receivable
Reports

(IPATS) Computerized Accounting Peachtree Quickbooks Tally Course
A computerized accounting system is a system used by businesses for recording their financial information. Many systems are available and companies look for a system to match their accounting refers to using computers for a range of accounting ;In the past, computers were used as calculators. Modern computers perform a number of additional tasks and provide analytical information.

Computerized Accounting software are Peachtree, Quickbooks, Tally Erp, Sage, SAP Business One, SAP ECC ;

Course Outlines of Computerized Accounting:

Quickbooks:
·         Introduction
·         New Company Setup
·         Accounting Overview
·         General Ledger
·         Accounts Payable
·         Inventory
·         Accounts Receivable
·         Reports
 Tally:
·         Introduction
·         New Company Setup
·         Accounting Overview
·         General Ledger
·         Accounts Payable
·         Inventory
·         Accounts Receivable
·         Reports
Peachtree:
Course Contents
·         Introduction to Peachtree
·         Company Creation
·         Chart of Account Creation
·         General journal entries
·         General ledger and Financial Statements
·         Inventory items and adjustment
·         Assembling and build assemblies
·         Vendors and Purchase transaction
·         Customers and Sale transaction
·         Job Costing
·         Bank reconciliation
·         Employee and Payroll
·         Sales Tax
·         Password, backup and restore
·         Reporting
Who Should Attend?
If you are an accountant, book keeper, or small business owner, you will learn how to set up your complete financial system, build and customize a chart of accounts, establish a general ledger, and set your preferences to enter and display information as you need it.
 

Eligibility / Requirements

Business Manager / Aviator utilizes a synchronization module that integrates Business Aviator’s Inventory Management capabilities with Peachtree, Most progressive businesses are now increasing using computerized Accounting information systems. Business Managers & Accounting Professional needs these skills to work in this new environment Coordinate : Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Account Manager Finance Manager Assistant Manager – Tax Invoice Administrator

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IPATS Government Recognized Education Zone-KhannaPul Rawalpindi-Islamabad


SolidWorks Professional 3D/2D Modeling and Design3035530865

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

Abstract Contents:
 
·         SOLID WORKS ESSENTIALS
·         SOLID WORKS DRAWING ISO
·         SOLID WORKS ADVANCE PART MODELING
·         SOLID WORKS ASSEMBLY MODELING
·         SOLID WORKS WELDMENTS
·         SOLID WORKS SHEET METAL
·         SOLID WORKS SURFACE MODELING
·         SOLID WORKS ROUTING- PIPING & TUBING
·         SOLID WORKS  PLASTICS
·         SOLID WORKS SIMULATION & ANALYSIS
·         MOLD DESIGN USING SOLIDWORKS
·         SOLIDWORKS ROUTING- ELECTRICAL
·         FILE MANAGEMENT
·         API FUNDAMENTALS
·         SOLIDWORKS CERTIFICATIONS
·         ANIMATION & MOTION STUDY
SOLIDWORKS ESSENTIALS TRAINING COURSES & COST

Course Description: No matter whether you are a new user, an expert SOLIDWORKS user or an user of other CAD programs, SOLIDWORKS Essentials Training can benefit you immensely.
The SOLIDWORKS Essentials training teaches you about using SOLIDWORKS mechanical design automation software for building parametric models of parts as well as assemblies and how to create drawings of those parts and assemblies.
Extended over duration of four days this training covers fourteen essential lessons, such as SOLIDWORKS Basics and the user interface, introduction to sketching, basic part modeling, symmetry and draft, patterning, and revolved features among others.
Prerequisites: Mechanical design experience; experience with the Windows operating system.
SOLIDWORKS Basics and the User Interface
·         What is the SOLIDWORKS Software?
·         Design Intent
·         File References
·         Opening Files
·         The SOLIDWORKS User Interface
·         Using the Command Manager
Introduction to Sketching
·         2D Sketching
·         Stages in the Process
·         Saving Files
·         What are We Going to Sketch?
·         Sketching
·         Sketch Entities
·         Basic Sketching
·         Rules That Govern Sketches
·         Design Intent
·         Sketch Relations
·         Dimensions
·         Extrude
·         Sketching Guidelines
Basic Part Modeling
·         Basic Modeling
·         Terminology
·         Choosing the Best Profile
·         Choosing the Sketch Plane
·         Details of the Part
·         Boss Feature
·         Sketching on a Planar Face
·         Cut Feature
·         Using the Hole Wizard
·         View Options
·         Filleting s
·         Editing Tools
·         Detailing Basics
·         Drawing Views
·         Dimensioning
·         Changing Parameters
Symmetry and Draft
·         Case Study: Ratchet
·         Design Intent
·         Boss Feature with Draft
·         Symmetry in the Sketch
·         Sketching Inside the Model
·         View Options
·         Using Model Edges in a Sketch
·         Creating Trimmed Sketch Geometry
Patterning
·         Why Use Patterns?
·         Reference Geometry
·         Linear Pattern
·         Circular Patterns
·         Mirror Patterns
·         Using Pattern Seed Only
·         Sketch Driven Patterns
Revolved Features
·         Case Study: Handwheel
·         Design Intent
·         Revolved Features
·         Building the Rim
·         Building the Spoke
·         Edit Material
·         Mass Properties
·         File Properties
·         SOLIDWORKS SimulationXpress
·         Using SOLIDWORKSSimulationXpress
·         The SimulationXpress Interface
Shelling and Ribs
·         Shelling and Ribs
·         Analyzing and Adding Draft
·         Other Options for Draft
·         Shelling
·         Planes
·         Ribs
·         Full Round Fillets
·         Thin Features
Editing: Repairs
·         Part Editing
·         Editing Topics
·         Sketch Issues
·         Freezing Features
·         Freezing Features
·         FilletXpert
·         DraftXpert
Editing: Design Changes
·         Part Editing
·         Design Changes
·         Information From a Model
·         Rebuilding Tools
·         Sketch Contours
Configurations
·         Configurations
·         Creating Configurations
·         Using Configure Dimension/Feature
·         Using Global Variables, Equations
·         Global Variables
·         Equations
·         Modeling Strategies for Configurations
·         Editing Parts that Have Configurations
·         Design Library
·         In the Advanced Course
Global Variables and Equations
·         Using Global Variables, Equations
·         Renaming Features and Dimensions
·         Design Rules Using Global Variables and Equations
·         Global Variables
·         Equations
·         Using Operators and Functions
Using Drawings
·         More About Making Drawings
·         Section View
·         Model Views
·         Broken View
·         Detail Views
·         Drawing Sheets and Sheet Formats
·         Projected Views
·         Annotations
Bottom-Up Assembly Modeling
·         Bottom-Up Assembly
·         Creating a New Assembly
·         Position of the First Component
·         Feature Manager Design Tree and Symbols
·         Adding Components
·         Using Part Configurations in Assemblies
·         Subassemblies
·         Smart Mates
·         Inserting Subassemblies
·         Pack and Go
Using Assemblies
·         Using Assemblies
·         Analyzing the Assembly
·         Checking for Clearances
·         Changing the Values of Dimensions
·         Exploded Assemblies
·         Explode Line Sketch
·         Bill of Materials
·         Assembly Drawings
SOLIDWORKS ELECTRICAL TRAINING
The goal of this course is to teach you how to use SOLIDWORKS Electrical to optimize your drawings and designs for manufacturability so you can maximize quality, avoid rework and decrease time to market.
SOLIDWORKS ELECTRICAL - SCHEMATIC
The goal of this course is to teach you how to use SOLIDWORKS Electrical to optimize your drawings and designs for manufacturability so you can maximize quality, avoid rework and decrease time to market. This course is focused on 2D Schematic Design.
Project Templates
·         SOLIDWORKS Electrical
·         Starting SOLIDWORKS Electrical
·         What are Projects?
·         Project Templates
·         Project Configurations
·         How is a Project Structured?
·         Stages in the Process
Modifying Project Templates
·         What are Environments?
·         Stages in the Process
·         Draw Multiple Wires
Drawing Types
·         What are Drawing Types?.
·         Stages in the Process
·         Existing and Archived Projects
·         Line Diagram Symbols
·         Adding Cables
·         Stages in the Process
·         Symbols Panel
·         Schematic Symbols
·         Symbol Properties
Symbols and Components
·         What is a component?
·         Stages in the Process
·         Symbol Component Association
Manufacturers Parts
·         What are Manufacturers Parts?
·         Stages in the Process.
·         Finding Manufacturer Parts
Wires and Equipotentials
·         Equipotentials and Wires
·         Stages in the Process
·         Wire Style Manager
·         Replacing Wires
·         Equipotential Numbering Results
·         Wire Numbering Results.
·         Using Nodal Indicators
Cabling
·         What is Cabling?
·         Stages in the Process
·         Cables
·         Detailed Cabling
·         Terminal Strip
·         Pin to Pin Connections
Symbol Creation Comparing Complex Features
·         Symbols and Standards
·         Stages in the Process
·         Symbols Manager
·         Symbol Properties
·         Circuits, Terminals, Types
·         Multiple Attribute .
·         Splitting Attribute Data
·         Add to Library
·         Copy, Paste Symbol
Macros
·         What are Macros?
·         Stages in the Process
·         Creating and Adding Macros
Macros
·         Creating macros
·         Using macros
Cross Referencing
·         What is Cross Referencing?
·         Stages in the Process
Managing Origin-Destination Arrows
·         What are Origin-Destination Arrows?
·         Stages in the Process
·         Origin-Destination Arrows
What are Origin-Destination Arrows?
·         What is a PLC?
·         Stages in the Process
·         Adding a New Scheme
·         Adding a PLC Mark
·         Inserting a PLC
2D Cabinet Layouts
·         What are 2D Cabinet Layouts?
·         Stages in the Process
Design Rule Checks
·         What are Design Rule Checks?
·         Unconnected Pins
·         Equipotential Conflicts
·         Max. Terminal Wires
·         Duplicated Parent Symbols
·         Child Symbols without Parent
·         Empty Terminal Strip
·         Duplicated Terminals
Reports
·         What are Reports?
·         Report Templates
·         Report Columns
·         Column Formula
·         SQL Query Column Variable
·         Sort and Break
SOLIDWORKS ELECTRICAL 3D TRAINING
The goal of this course is to teach you how to use SOLIDWORKS Electrical to optimize your drawings and designs for manufacturability so you can maximize quality, avoid rework and decrease time to market. This course is focused on 2D Schematic Design.
Assembly Creation
·         What are Assemblies?
·         Stages in the Process
·         Unarchiving a Project.
·         SOLIDWORKS Assembly
·         Exercise
Cabinets, Ducts, Rails
·         Cabinets, Ducts, Rails
·         Stages in the Process.
·         Inserting Components
·         Inserting Rails
·         Inserting Ducts
·         Exercise
Component Intelligence
·         What is a component?
·         Stages in the Process
·         Exercise
Insert Components
·         Insert Components
·         Stages in the Process
·         Align Components
·         Inserting Terminals
·         Exercise

Routing Wires
·         Routing Wires
·         Stages in the Process
·         Routing Path
·         Route Wires
·         Exercise
Routing Cables
·         Routing Cables
·         Stages in the Process
·         Route Cables
·         Set Origin Destination of Cables by Location
·         Exercise
3D Error Analysis
·         Design Rule Checks
·         Stages in the Process
·         Manufacturer Part Not Inserted
·         Manufacturer Part Inserted Twice
·         Missing Connection Point
·         Incorrect CPoint Route Type
·         No Valid Path
·         Wrong Wire Properties
·         Exercise
·         False Positives

 

Eligibility / Requirements

primary requirement for this position is expertise in the most recent version of SolidWorks. Employers may also seek out drafters with artistic aptitude and strong communication skills. Drafters should also be able to work with teams of engineers, architects, other design professionals and clients.

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Draft and design manager Senior CAD Technician- Structures Mechanical Engineering Senior Civil Engineer

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IPATS Government Recognized Education Zone-KhannaPul Rawalpindi-Islamabad


Autodesk Revit (Architecture/Structure/MEP)3035530865

 

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

Revit 3D Course in Rawalpindi, Revit 3D Course in Kpk, Revit 3D Course in peshwar, Revit 3D Course in mansehra,Revit 3D Course in lahore,Revit 3D Course in karachi, Revit 3D Course in mianwali,Revit 3D Course in gujrat,Revit 3D Course in gujranwala, Revit 3D Course in multan,Revit 3D Course in sahiwal, Revit 3D Course in jhelum, Revit 3D Course in sialkot,Revit 3D Course in Peshawar quetta,
Revit 3D is a Building design and construction software. Revit building design software is specifically built for Building Information Modeling (BIM), including features for architectural design, MEP and structural engineering, and the outset, Revit was intended to allow architects and other building professionals to design and document a building by creating a parametric three-dimensional model that included both the geometry and non-geometric design and construction information, which later became known as Building Information Modeling or BIM. At the time, several other software packages such as ArchiCAD and Reflex allowed working with a three-dimensional virtual building model, and allowed individual components to be controlled by parameters (parametric components). Two key differences in Revit were that its parametric components were created using a graphical "family editor" rather than a programming language, and all relationships between components, views, and annotations were captured by the model so that a change to any element would automatically propagate to keep the model ;
Course Outlines of Revit 3D Course:
1:Introduction to Revit
2:Basic Drawing and Editing
3:etting up Levels and Grids
4:Drawing and Modifying Walls
5:Doors and Windows
6:Curtain Walls
7:Creating Views
8:Floors
9:Components
10:Reflected Ceiling Plans
11:Roofs
12:Vertical Circulation
13:Construction Documentation
14:Annotation
15:Tags and Schedules
16:Detailing in Revit

Course Fee : 20000
Duaration : 2 Months,

Autocad 2D-3D Computer Course Contents:-
1:Introduction to AutoCAD.
2:2D
3:3D
4:Elevation
5:Section
6:Practical Assignments.
7:Composite Solid Models
8:Advanced 3D Concepts
9:Plotting 3D Models
10:3D Functions
Revit 3D Computer Course Contents:-
1:Introduction to Revit
2:Basic Drawing and Editing
3:etting up Levels and Grids
4:Drawing and Modifying Walls
5:Doors and Windows
6:Curtain Walls
7:Creating Views
8:Floors
9:Components
10:Reflected Ceiling Plans
11:Roofs
12:Vertical Circulation
13:Construction Documentation
14:Annotation
15:Tags and Schedules
16:Detailing in Revit

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Construction Engineer, Mechanical Engineers Architectural Specification Consultant

 

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IPATS Government Recognized Education Zone-KhannaPul Rawalpindi-Islamabad


Touch Typing and Shorthand Certificate3035530865

 

Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS)


Course details

Shorthand systems based on assigning a unique outline to a specific word and require a very considerable time to memorize tens of thousands of outlines. Second, a large number of shorthand outlines demands constant practice on a daily basis to remember all memorized symbols including the ones you haven't used but you might use them in the future. Third, depending on the form and thickness of symbols it might trexplain to you the rules of shorthand based on the NEW ERA EDITION of SIR ISAAC PITMAN's SYSTEM OF SHORTHAND and guide you through the practice at your Pitman system is a unique phonetic alphabet and diacritical marks have to be added along sideanslate to different meaning and transcription often represents a problem. Fourth, symbol-based shorthand systems cannot be used with a computer.
This course is designed to  the lines to indicate vowels increasing the system's complexity. Practicing and building up speed is difficult because Pitman system has a large number of rules and short-forms. It can be compared to mastering of a foreign language when you learn to read and ;is an abbreviated symbolic writing method that increases speed and brevity of writing as compared to a normal method of writing a language. The process of writing in shorthand is called stenography, from the Greek stenos (narrow) and graphÄ" or graphie (writing). It has also been called brachygraphy, from Greek brachys (short) and tachygraphy, from Greek tachys (swift, speedy), depending on whether compression or speed of writing is the ;Many forms of shorthand exist. A typical shorthand system provides symbols or abbreviations for words and common phrases, which can allow someone well-trained in the system to write as quickly as people speak. Abbreviation methods are alphabet-based and use different abbreviating approaches. Several auto complete programs, standalone or integrated in text editors, based on word lists, also include a shorthand function for frequently-used phrases.
Many journalists use shorthand writing to quickly take notes at press conferences or other similar ;Shorthand was used more widely in the past, before the invention of recording and dictation machines. Shorthand was considered an essential part of secretarial training as well as being useful for journalists. Although the primary use of shorthand has been to record oral dictation or discourse, some systems are used for compact expression. For example, health-care professionals may use shorthand notes in medical charts and correspondence. Shorthand notes are typically temporary, intended either for immediate use or for later transcription to longhand, although longer term uses do exist, diaries (like that of the famous Samuel Pepys) being a common example Institute of Professional and Technical Studies (IPATS) is affiliated with SDA, TTB, TTPC, SDC & PSSC Government of Punjab.

Shorthand Professional Course Contents:
·         Introducing Teeline 
·         The Teeline alphabet
·         Joining letters
·         Removal of unnecessary letters
·         Position of writing
·         Punctuation
·         Write shorthand using correct techniques
·         Read and write shorthand notes
·         Write shorthand at optimum speed (minimum 60 wpm) with minimum 98% accuracy
·         Produce transcripts of shorthand notes.

Job roles this course is suitable for:

Junior Office Assistant, Deputy Proposal Manager/Technical Writer Location, Soft Services Supervisor

Airlines Reservations, eTicketing & PNR Management Training course outline:
Lesson 1 - Introduction, signing in and out, encode and decode
Part 1 - Introduction to the course
Part 2 - Signing in and out of a System
Part 3 - Agent work areas
Part 4 - Encode cities and airports
    Part 5 - Decode cities and airports
    Part 6 - Encode and decode airlines

Lesson 2 - Displaying a PNR

    Part 1 - Display a PNR
    Part 2 - Similar name lists
    Part 3 - Redisplay PNR
    Part 4 - PNR subfields
    Part 5 - PNR history
    Part 6 - Record locator return

Lesson 3 - Timetables, availability, schedules, access types

    Part 1 - Timetable displays
    Part 2 - Return timetables
    Part 3 - Basic flight availability
    Part 4 - Availability from a timetable
    Part 5 - Schedule displays
    Part 6 - Flight information
    Part 7 - Availability access levels

Lesson 4 - Return availability, availability change entries, airline alliances

    Part 1 - Journey types
    Part 2 - Return availability
    Part 3 - Availability change entries
    Part 4 - Airline Alliances, Codeshares, Low Cost Carriers

Lesson 5 - Building a PNR

Part 1 - Booking seats on nonstop and direct flights
    Part 2 - Booking seats on connections
    Part 3 - Enter basic name elements
    Part 4 - Enter name elements with PTCs
    Part 5 - Enter contact elements
    Part 6 - Enter a ticketing element
    Part 7 - Enter a received-from element
    Part 8 - Build and end a complete PNR
    Part 9 - Priority waitlist
    Part 10 - Open segments
    Part 11 - ARNK segments

Lesson 6 - Practice building a PNR

    Part 1 - Practice building a PNR I
    Part 2 - Practice building a PNR II

Lesson 7 - E-mailing, Frequent Flyer Element

    Part 1 - E-mail element
    Part 2 - Frequent flyer element

Lesson 8 - General remark, OSI elements, SSR elements

    Part 1 - General Remark Element
    Part 2 - OSI Element
    Part 3 - SSR Element
    Part 4 - TSA Secure Flight documentation

Lesson 9 - Canceling and changing PNR elements

    Part 1 - Canceling mandatory elements
    Part 2 - Change ticketing and phone elements
    Part 3 - Update name elements
    Part 4 - Canceling optional PNR elements
    Part 5 - Changing address and general remark elements
    Part 6 - Changing OSI elements
    Part 7 - Changing SSR elements
    Part 8 - Rebooking itinerary segments
    Part 9 - Split a PNR in six steps
Lesson 10 - Advance seating requests

    Part 1 - Basic seating request
    Part 2 - Seating requests with area preference
    Part 3 - Seating requests with psgr type
    Part 4 - Entering a seat wish

Lesson 11 - Seat maps and booking specific seats

    Part 1 - Seat map from a PNR
    Part 2 - Seat map from availability
    Part 3 - Request specific seats
    Part 4 - Specific seat wish
    Part 5 - Modify seating elements
    Part 6 - Paid seating

Lesson 12 - Fare displays and rules
    Part 1 - Classes of service, normal and excursion fares
    Part 2 - Fare displays
    Part 3 - Fare displays for a specific carrier
    Part 4 - Fare displays with specific dates
    Part 5 - Fare displays for a specific fare type
    Part 6 - Fare display with taxes
    Part 7 - Fare display with combination of modifiers
    Part 8 - Changing fare displays
    Part 9 - Fare notes
    Part 10 - Displaying specific categories of fare notes

Lesson 13 - Pricing itineraries
    Part 1 - Basic itinerary pricing
    Part 2 - Moving to a single passenger pricing display
    Part 3 - Best buy pricing
    Part 4 - Stored pricing
    Part 5 - Displaying a TST from a list
    Part 6 - Form of payment**US and Canada
    Part 7 - Form of payment**all other countries
    Part 8 - Miscellaneous fare elements

Lesson 14 - Issuing tickets

    Part 1 - Introduction to ticketing
    Part 2 - Electronic ticketing
    Part 3 - Issuing electronic tickets
    Part 4 - Interline electronic tickets
    Part 5 - Ticketing with consolidator fares
    Part 6 - Issuing paper tickets
    Part 7 - Voiding tickets
    Part 8 - Ticket exchange overview

Lesson 15 - Issuing EMDs

    Part 1 - Ancillary services and EMDs
    Part 2 - Pricing an ancillary service
    Part 3 - Issuing an EMD
    Part 4 - Standalone EMDs

Lesson 16 - Queues

    Part 1 - Introduction to queues
    Part 2 - Taking queue counts
    Part 3 - Queue placement
    Part 4 - Option element
    Part 5 - Accessing a queue
    Part 6 - Removing a PNR from queue
    Part 7 - Placing a PNR on the delay queue
Lesson 17 - Queue Tasks

    Part 1 - Changing segment status
    Part 2 - Queue task: waitlist clearance queue
    Part 3 - Queue task: schedule changes
    Part 4 - Queue task: confirmation queue
    Part 5 - Queue task: waitlist assurance
    Part 6 - Queue task: consolidator fares

Lesson 18 - Calculator and currency functions, minimum connect times

    Part 1 - System calendar functions
    Part 2 - System clock functions
    Part 3 - System calculator functions
    Part 4 - Currency conversion
    Part 5 - Minimum connecting times

Lesson 19 - Help system & Advanced Information

    Part 1 - Using the Help system
    Part 2 - Using the AIS

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• Managing Transactions
• What are Debits and Credits?
• Cash and Accrual Accounting Methods

Chapter 2: Introduction to QuickBooks
• What is QuickBooks?
• Overview of QuickBooks Tasks
• Starting QuickBooks
• Creating a Company File
• Specifying Features for Your Business
• Understanding the Home Page

Chapter 3: Setting Up Lists
• What are Lists?
• Building the Chart of Accounts
• Entering Opening Balances
• Adding Customers
• Adding Jobs
• Adding Vendors
• Understanding Attached Documents
• Using the Document Center
• Understanding the Employee List

Chapter 4: Creating Items
• What are Items?
• Adding Items for Products
• Adding Items for Services
• Reviewing Other Items
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• Working with Timesheets

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• What are Transactions?
• Understanding the Incoming Funds Workflow
• Creating Invoices for Products
• Creating Invoices for Services and Products
• Viewing Changes to the Chart of Accounts
• Receiving Payments
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Chapter 6: Entering Transactions for Outgoing Funds
• Understanding the Outgoing Funds Workflow
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• Using the Check Register
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• Reconciling Bank Accounts
• Making General Journal Entries
• Printing Forms
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• Generating Report Graphs
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• Using Report Templates
• Customizing Reports
• Memorizing Reports
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Accounting with Peachtree

    Lesson 1: Getting Started
    Lesson 2: Setting Up a Company
    Lesson 3: Entering Transactions for a Cash Business
    Lesson 4: Accounts Receivable and Sales for a Business
    Lesson 5: Accounts Payable and Purchases for a Service Business
    Lesson 6: Cash Payments and Cash Receipts
    Lesson 7: Preparing the Financial Statements
    Lesson 8: Purchase of Inventory in a Merchandise Business
    Lesson 9: Sales of Inventory in a Merchandise Business
    Lesson 10: Payroll
    Lesson 11: Job Costing
    Lesson 12: Partnerships and Corporations


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    Features of Tally
    Enhancement in Tally.ERP 9
    Installation Procedure of Tally.ERP 9
    Tally.ERP 9 Screen Components
    Creating a Company

Stock and Godwon in Tally

    Stock Groups
    Stock Categories
    Stock Items
    Units of Measure
    Godowns

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    Introducing Groups
    Introducing Ledgers
    Introducing Vouchers
    Introducing Purchase Orders
    Introducing a Sales Order
    Introducing Invoices

Reports in Tally.ERP 9

    Working with Balance Sheet
    Working with Profit & Loss A/c Report
    Working with Stock Summary Report
    Understanding Ratio Analysis
    Working with Trial Balance Report
    Working with Day Book Report

Payroll

    Exploring Payroll in Tally.ERP 9
    Working with Payroll Vouchers
    Payroll Reports
    Describing Salary Disbursement

Taxation

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    Tax Deducted at Source in Tally.ERP 9
    Create a Tax Ledger
    TDS Vouchers
    Tax Collected at Source in Tally.ERP 9
    VAT (Value Added Tax)
    Creating Masters for VAT
    VAT Vouchers & Invoices
    VAT Reports
    Central Sales Tax (CST)
    Service Tax

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    Restoring Data in Tally. ERP 9
    Using E-mail in Tally.ERP 9
    Restoring Data from Tally 7.2

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    Configuring the Tally.NET Feature
    Assigning Security Levels
    Connecting a Company to the Tally.NET Server
    Logging as a Remote User

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