Building and Mechanical Engineering Drawing.
Building and Mechanical Engineering Drawing (BMED) is the universal graphic language of communication for individuals in the field of engineering and architecture as well as for technicians and craftsmen. This type of universal communication is facilitated by the use of standards published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) for Engineering Drawing. Building and Mechanical Engineering Drawing provides a significant contribution to the development of the human resources required for the creation of advanced designing and creative solutions to the twenty-first century demands of industrial production and manufacturing in the Caribbean.
The syllabus aims to:
1. develop proficiency in technical communication and production of building and mechanical engineering drawings which conform to BS and ISO Standards, CUBiC and local codes;
2. develop skills in the preparation of working and assembly drawings conforming to BS and ISO Standards, CUBiC and local codes;
3. develop an understanding of the properties, uses and production of materials used in the manufacture of building and engineering components;
4. provide knowledge of the different methods of production of building and engineering components;
5. develop skills in communicating technical information using illustrations, scaled models and working drawings to solve engineering design problems;
6. develop skills in applying and drawing principles to facilitate product development and manufacture;
7. develop proficiency in the use of Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) software, instruments, media and reference materials to produce engineering drawings;
8. develop an interest in architectural or mechanical engineering as disciplines and careers; and,
9. develop the capacity for critical and creative thinking, problem-solving, leadership and cooperative behaviours through authentic learning experiences
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