Civil Works

Pakistan Industrial Technical Assistance Centre recognises that Skills and knowledge are the driving forces of economic growth and social development of any country. They have become even more important given the increasing pace of globalisation and technological advancement that is taking place in the world. Countries with higher and better levels of skills adjust more effectively to the challenges and opportunities of globalisation. PITAC provides short term intensive training courses in a number of different fields and disciplines, these are designed such that the supply-side responses are perpetually in sync with the demand side impulses both from domestic engineering environments as well as international markets.Thus our courses are relevant and in tune with the demands of the marketplace and our approach is one of practical’s, on the job training and usage of the latest machinery and software. Our AutoCAD courses are some of the most popular in Lahore today and regularly oversubscribed. For further information contact training@pitac.gov.pk , or call 042-99230701.

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Duration                      8 Weeks (5 days a week)
Timing                          Morning & Evening

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Introduction of Quantity Surveyor:

The construction industry requires highly trained quantity surveyors to work in the industry. This programme is vocational and aims to produce students equipped with the necessary skills to be able to enter a quantity surveying career. The programme contains a strong background in economics, law and management that develops these core competencies in relation to the construction industry – construction contract law, project and construction management and construction economics.
On successful completion of the Programme the student should have knowledge and understanding:

  • The purpose and role of the quantity surveyor within the industry.
  • Management, law and economics in the context of the construction and property industries
  • Economic principles to develop an understanding of the construction and property industries.

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
Timing                          Morning & Evening

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Introduction of Land Surveyor:

Land surveyors use a combination of traditional instruments and digital technology to measure the shape of the land and gather data for civil engineering and construction projects. Projects can range from building roads and tunnels to mining and quarrying.
If you are looking for a job with lots of variety, like solving problems and have good maths and IT skills, this career could be for you.
Your duties could include:

  • Carrying out initial surveys and environmental impact assessments on potential sites to assess whether construction plans are workable
  • Using surveying instruments and GPS to chart exact coordinates of site features (geospatial measurement)
  • Producing digital images of sites (photogrammetric) and mapping land use with satellite photography (remote sensing)

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
Timing                          Morning & Evening

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Introduction of Prima Vera:

Primavera is comprehensive, high performance, multi-project planning and control software. It supports an unlimited number of projects, project groups or programs, activities, baselines, resources, and user-defined WBS and activity codes It has capability to handle large-scale, highly sophisticated and multifaceted projects, to organize projects up to 100,000 activities, providing unlimited resources and an unlimited number of target plans.It also offers powerful scheduling and resource leveling options, including backward resource leveling, smoothing and the ability to level selected portions of a project.

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
Timing                          Morning & Evening

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Introduction of Auto CAD Civil:

In construction industry, the manual drafting been replaced by the computer aided drafting. Cumbersome and laborious manual drawing work which requires costly printing / drawing instruments has now become quite easy and interesting computer aided drawings / drafting. In view of new era, there is an urgent need for development of such course.

  • This broad-based class covers a wide range of Civil 3D topics. The primary objective of the course is for students to learn the fundamentals of AutoCAD Civil 3D, and through hands-on exercises learn how to create, edit, and manage civil design data.

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
Timing                          Morning & Evening

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Introduction of Plumber and Pipe Technician:

Describe the basic materials and tools used for standard residential plumbing projects and describe how they are applied as part of the construction and home-repair process.

  • Identify Proper Plumbing & Pipefitting Materials & Tools
  • Work Safely with Plumbing & Pipefitting
  • Read Plumbing & Pipefitting Drawings and Schematics
  • Find and Follow Plumbing Codes & Regulations
  • Troubleshoot, Repair, Assemble and Support Piping
  • Understand Test Methods for Leaks in Pipes & Valves
  • Identify Various Valves & their Functions
  • Troubleshoot & Repair Common Valve Problems
  • Describe the Function of Various Plumbing Fixtures
  • Understand Water Distribution Systems & Water Quality
  • Test for Water Pressure and Flow Problems

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
Timing                          Morning & Evening

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Introduction of Safety and Health Officer:

By the end of the course delegate will be able to:

  • Understand implications for good standards in safety & health within an organisation
    Develop, promote & communicate an effective health and safety culture in an organisation
  • Identify the key features of a health & safety policy
  • Preparations & performance review of a health & safety audit
  • Understand the importance of proactive and reactive health and safety monitoring & measurement
  • Identify hazards in the workplace
  • Carry out risk assessments
  • Record findings & review procedures
  • Advise on strategies for controlling hazards, reducing risks & applying safe systems of work