Vskills has developed a new strategic framework for Skill Development for early school leavers and existing workers, especially in the unorganized sector to improve their employability called Trade Employable Skills (TES).

Trade Employable Skills does effective assessment and certification of candidates in different trade disciplines like Electrical, Electronics, Agriculture, Chemical, Automobile, IT, etc to make them job ready.

Why should one take this certification?

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Table of Content

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TABLE OF CONTENT

 


Introduction to quality controls and its requirement and fabric grading system

  • Quality Control
  • Quality garment
  • Quality Control
  • Raw material Quality control
  • Fabric quality control
  • Fabric grading systems
  • Granite ville “78” system
  • Discussion on fabric grading systems
  • Fabric defects classifications
  • Subminor
  • Minor
  • Major
  • Critical Defect
  • Fabric defect description

Basic Textile and sequence of fabric construction, Different kind of fibre

  • Textiles
  • Sequence of fabric construction
  • Different kinds of fibres
  • Manmade fibres
  • The natural fibers
  • Cotton
  • Linen
  • Wool
  • Silk
  • Mineral fibers
  • Asbestors
  • Cellulosic fibers
  • Non Cellulosic polymer fibers
  • Nylon
  • Armid
  • Polyester
  • Acrylic
  • Modacrylic
  • Spandex
  • Protein fibers
  • Rubber
  • Metallic fibers
  • Mineral fibers
  • Knitting
  • Comparison with Woven fabrics
  • Classification of knitting fabrics
  • Knitting fabrics are divided into two general types
  • Knitted construction
  • Knitted stitch formation

Auditing Procedure and Documentation

  • Introdution
  • Scope
  • Normative reference
  • Definitions
  • Quality audit
  • Quality system
  • Auditor(quality)
  • Client
  • Auditee
  • Observation
  • Objective evidence
  • Nonconformity
  • Audit objectives
  • Audits are generally initiated for one or more of the following reasons
  • Audit team
  • Auditors are responsible for
  • Lead auditor’s responsibilities
  • The lead auditor’s responsibilities also cover
  • Independenceof the auditor
  • Auditor’s activities
  • Auditors should
  • Client
  • Auditee
  • Auditing
  • Initiating the audit
  • Audit scope
  • Audit frequency
  • Preliminary review of auditee’s quality system description
  • Preparing the audit
  • Audit plan
  • Audit team assignments
  • Working documents
  • Executing the audit
  • Opening meeting
  • Examination
  • Collecting evidence
  • Audit observations
  • Closing meeting with auditee
  • Audit documents
  • Audit report preparation
  • Report content
  • Report distribution
  • Record retention
  • Audit completion
  • Corrective action follow- up
  • Overview of ISO Standards
  • Overview of the ISO 9000 series
  • Function of ISO 9000
  • ISO 9000
  • What is ISO
  • ISO History
  • The versions of ISO 9000

Measuring the garments as per Buyer instruction and 

  • Different design
  • How to Measure Guide
  • Across Front- 6” below HPS
  • Across Front- Raglan
  • Across Back -6” below HPS
  • Across Back- Raglan
  • Across Back ½- relaxed
  • Across Back ½- extended
  • Bust ½- at armhole
  • Bust ½-2” below armhole
  • Bust ½-Center front to center back
  • Waist relaxed ½- bottoms w/waistband
  • Waist relaxed ½- bottoms w/ out waistband
  • Waist extended ½- fabric flat
  • Waist stretched ½ - Minimum
  • Front waist- side seam to side seam, relaxed
  • Back waist- side seam to side seam, relaxed
  • Front waist overlap- side seam to edge
  • Waist relaxed ½- 17” below HPS
  • High hip ½- 4” below waistband
  • High hip ½- 6” below top edge
  • High hip ½-21” below HPS
  • Body width at top of leg ½
  • Low hip ½-8” below waistband
  • Low hip ½-10” below top edge
  • Low hip ½- 25” below HPS
  • Bottom Sweep ½-along edge
  • Bottom Sweep ½-straight across
  • Bottom Sweep ½-Center front to center
  • Bottom Sweep overlap-side seam to edge
  • Leg opening ½- Short
  • Leg opening ½- Semi short
  • Leg opening ½- Wide pant
  • Leg opening ½- Pant
  • Leg opening ½- Narrow pant
  • Leg opening Extended ½- Minimum
  • Sleeve length from shoulder seam- Long
  • Sleeve length from shoulder seam- Short
  • Sleeve length from CB Neck- Long
  • Sleeve length from CB Neck- Short
  • Sleeve from shoulder seam long, straight
  • Sleeve from shoulder seam short, straight
  • Sleeve length from neck seam
  • Sleeve Muscle ½-1” below armhole
  • Sleeve Muscle ½-1” blw armhole, straight
  • Sleeve/ Cuff Opening ½-Long
  • Sleeve/ Cuff Opening ½- Short
  • Sleeve Width ½-2” above cuff/ edge
  • Sleeve/ cuff opening ½ Extended- Long
  • Sleeve/ cuff opening ½ Extended- Short
  • Sleeve/ cuff opening ½ stretched
  • Sleeve/ cuff opening ½ stretched
  • Across shoulder
  • Across shoulder- tank
  • Across shoulder- tank
  • Shoulder seam- tank
  • Shoulder Strap length
  • Shoulder strap length- adjusted 3”
  • Shoulder strap length- fully extended
  • Front armhole curve- seam to seam
  • Front Raglan armhole
  • Back armhole curve- seam to seam
  • Back raglan armhole
  • Back armhole curve- seam to seam
  • Back raglan armhole
  • Armhole ½- straight grade
  • Armhole Curve ½- front and back
  • Side front length
  • Side back length
  • Neck circumference
  • Neck Opening inside
  • Minimum Neck stretched
  • Neck opening- HPS to HPS
  • Front neck depth- to top edge
  • Front neck depth- to seam
  • Front neck drop- to center of buttonhole
  • Back neck depth- to top edge
  • Back neck depth- to seam
  • Neckline- Notch to notch
  • Collar point to point
  • Distance Between front straps- Inside join to
  • Distance Between back straps- inside join to
  • Front neck drop- from front strap join
  • Back neck drop- from front strap join
  • Back neck drop- from back strap join
  • Front Body length from HPS- top
  • Back body length from HPS- top
  • Front body length from HPS-cropped top
  • Back body length from HPS- cropped top
  • Front body length from HPS- dress/ coat
  • Back body length from HPS- dress/ coat
  • Front body length from HPS- cropped coat
  • Back body length form HPS- cropped coat
  • Front body length from HPS- jumpsuit
  • Back body length from HPS- jumpsuit
  • Center back length –long skirt- below band
  • Center back length- long skirt- from top
  • Center back length- short skirt- below band
  • Center back length- short skirt- from top
  • Center front length- cami/ tank- top
  • Center back length- cami/ tank- top
  • Center front length- chemise/ gown
  • Center back length-chemise/ gown
  • Body pocket from HPS- jacket/ coat
  • Chest pocket from center front
  • Body pocket from center front
  • Back pocket from center back
  • Thigh ½- at crotch
  • Front rise curve- from top edge
  • Front rise curve-  below waistband seam
  • Front rise curve- from neck seam
  • Front rise curve- bodysuit
  • Front coverage-“ up  from seam
  • Back coverage- 2” from seam
  • Front crotch width
  • Back crotch width
  • Crotch length
  • Crotch width at narrowest point
  • Back rise curve- from top edge
  • Back rise curve- below waistband seam
  • Back rise curve- from neck seam
  • Back rise curve- bodysuit
  • Back rise thigh- extended
  • Inseam- shorts <4”
  • Inseam- shorts >4”
  • Inseam- Pants
  • Outseam- top edge
  • Outseam- below waistband seam
  • Knee ½- 12.5” below crotch
  • Knee ½-14” below crotch
  • Calf ½- 17.5” below crotch
  • Knee ½-14” below crotch- jeans
  • Dart from center front
  • Dart from center back

Quality the garments as given Quality Speciation

  • Inspection Quantity
  • Arbitrary sampling
  • Statistical sampling
  • Sampling System
  • Average outgoing Quality Level (AOQL)

Apparel Quality Finishing and Packing

  • Fabric strength testing
  • Colour fastness
  • Gery Scale for colour Change
  • Colorfastness to washing

Pressing equipments used in pressing room $ type of pressing /Finishing process

  • Pressing technology
  • Pressure
  • Drying
  • Steam Presses
  • Vacuum Table
  • Steam Generator
  • Shirt Folding
  • Scissors press
  • Cassette or Drawer
  • Carousel Press
  • Steam Dolly
  • Strains & Their Rectification
  • Stain Removal
  • Layonnaise, Salad Dressing
  • Cleaning Agents used in stain Removal

Labels and therir uses

  • Washing
  • Bleaching
  • Ironing
  • Dry-Cleaning
  • Drying
  • Bleaching
  • Ironing

Methods used for Packing Material and Cost of Packing

  • Size Rings
  • Method of Packing
  • Stand up pack
  • Flat Pack
  • Hanger Pack
  • Packing Materials
  • Collar Support
  • Wrapping Patti Role
  • Hang Tag
  • Size Label
“Exam scheduling to be done through user account” / “Exam once scheduled cannot be cancelled”
Date of Examination
05-Aug-2017
06-Aug-2017
19-Aug-2017
20-Aug-2017
03-Sep-2017
16-Sep-2017
17-Sep-2017
07-Oct-2017
08-Oct-2017
21-Oct-2017
22-Oct-2017
05-Nov-2017
Examination Time
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
02:30 PM - 03:30 PM
04:00 PM - 05:00 PM
05:30 PM - 06:30 PM
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

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