MEP & HVAC Courses

This is a very effective course that is mandatory for Electrical engineering stream students .The basic aim of this course is to make the candidate familiar about the real world Electrical engineering applications like Design, Testing& Inspection Quality control etc. and thus make them Industry Ready.

Qualification: / Dip/ ITI

Total hours: 210 Hrs

After completion of the course Candidate will be able to

Review all design submittals for coordination; construct ability, and compliance with contract requirements. Monitor, coordinate and manage the electrical design development.

Update to the Quality Control Plan with each Issue for Construction design submittal as it relates to the Definable Features of Work (DFOW) and Testing Plan.

Review and check submitting, shop drawings, equipment data, material samples and/or manufacturers for compliance with contract drawings. Perform the three phases of control on all definable feature of work as identified in the Quality Control Plan in coordination with the construction schedule. (ensure the electrical subcontractor is ready for the Preparatory and Initial Inspections prior to main inspection)

Perform field inspections of electrical system installations verifying that work is in place according to drawings and specs and work meets or exceeds code requirements.

Implement electrical Accident Prevention Plan. Promote Goals and the culture of safety on the job site.

Inspect all materials for compliance to submittals and drawings.

Coordinate testing and inspection of off-site materials storage and testing.

Monitor the performance of all control activities and tests on electrical systems.

Troubleshoot and resolve problems relating to electrical quality control.

Facilitate certification process from design, installation to certification process.

Electrical Design position is held by an electrical engineer who has a bachelor’s degree or even a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering. Electrical Design entails planning, creating, testing or supervising the development and installation of electrical equipment, including lighting design, power systems, power distribution, fire and life safety systems, electronic components and voice and data communications infrastructure. Typically, the electrical equipment may be placed in commercial, educational, industrial, hospitality, residential, medical or government facilities.

This course is intended to prepare the target persons with the ability to perform all electrical design calculations and equipment sizing calculations needed in developed design phase and make equipment schedules required in detailed design phase noting that these calculations are explored in the context of National & International Electrical Code.

Eligibility: – ME/M-tech/ Diploma- Electrical

Course Duration: – 175 Hours + 15 days real Project

On completion of this course the target person will be able to work as:

Electrical Design Engineer

Electrical engineer

Electrical Site Engineer

Estimation Engineer

Design Consultant

Documentation Engineer

Procurement Engineer

CAD Draftsman

Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing services (MEP) is a significant component of the construction supply chain. MEP design is critical for design decision-making, accurate documentation, performance, construction planning, managing and operating the resulting facility.





With Revit MEP certification Eligibility:- ME/M-tech/ Diploma/ITI -Any Discipline

Course Duration: – 3 Months

On completion of this course the target person will be able to work as:

MEP Engineer

BMS engineer

MEP Technician

More opportunities

Civil Quantity Survey and Estimation for different Civil Engineers sections

Who can Attend Civil Stream (Students/Professionals/site Engineers). We train candidates with manual drafting, practical sessions on surveying, room sizing and set out of building.

On completion of this course the target person will be able to work on

Quantity take-offs,

Cost Estimation,

Material Survey,

Quantity Survey for various projects.

Course Outline

Drafting& manual Drawing

Units and conversions

The principles of estimating and tendering

The basic principles for pricing simple domestic scale construction

Principles for Complex scale construction

The process required for the routine operation of a construction contract

The tendering procedure followed by contractors

The differences between the various different types of subcontractor

How to value variation works under the standard form of building contract

The steps a contractor should take to gain an extension of time

Computer aided designing

Excel calculation

Scope & Objective of the Course

HVAC Engineering is a highly booming industry with huge demand oriented career in it. All Chemical, process LPG, CNG, Oil & gas Pharmaceutical Industries are dependent on HVAC engineering for the comfort level. HVAC engineering consumes more than 60% to 70 % of energy load in all commercial building..


This certification program specializes in full analytical load calculations, ventilation system designing, duct designing, air distribution system designing, sizing pipes and pumps, estimation of requirements, and all HVAC equipment selections as per ASHRAE, ISHRAE and SMACNA standards. We offer high quality training in designing and drafting along with cost effective and prompt HVAC design system services.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

Examples of key duties are interpreted as being descriptive and not restrictive in nature.

1)Surveying buildings where cooling systems are to be fitted

2) Discussing requirements with customers

3)Producing quotes for work

4)Designing and installing systems

5)Running quality checks to make sure systems are working properly and safely

6)Diagnosing and fixing faults

7)Carrying out planned maintenance

Course Outline

HVAC Fundamentals

HVAC Design Calculations

Equipment Selection

Estimation of Project

Software Designing

HVAC Drafting

Project in HVAC Designing and Drafting

About the course

Piping is crucial for transport of fluid from one equipment to another in any process plant. There are many aspects to piping and it can be a daunting and time consuming task to understand how everything fits together. This course provides a broad overview of piping engineering from designing to construction.

You will gain from this course

a. A general overview of piping engineering

b. An awareness of the processes and issues involved with designing,Procurement and construction

c. An awareness of the materials and equipment used

d. An understanding of industry terms and acronyms

Who should attend?

Anyone looking to gain a complete overview of piping engineering, including:

a. Students / Graduate engineers (chemical/mechanical)

b. Conversion engineers switching disciplines or industries

c. Managers and supervisors responsible for piping

d. Experienced diploma holders (chemical/mechanical)

You will gain from this course

The modules are listed below:


Introduction to Piping

Responsibilities of Piping Engineer and Designer

Scope of Piping Input and Outputs

2.General: Process Diagrams (PFD, UFD, P&ID, Line List etc)

3.Piping Fundamentals

Definition, Application

Codes and Standards

4.Pipe Fittings

5.Pipe Flanges


7.Piping Special Items

8.Process Mechanical Equipments Static equipment & Rotary equipment


Preparation of Plot Plan

Preparation of Equipment Layouts15

Preparation of Piping General Arrangement Drawings

Preparation of Cross Sectional Drawings

10.Piping Isometric Drawings & Material Take off

11.Pipe Supports:

Support Types

Support Selection, Support Location, Support Span Calculation

12.Typical Unit Conversion


Preparation of Piping Material Specification Valve Material Specification Familiarity with ASME B31.3 (chapters introduction) Pipe Wall thickness Calculations Preparation of Special Items Datasheets Pressure Design of Meter Bends Single & Multiple Miters Pressure Design of Blanks Branch reinforcement calculations Overview of Technical Queries and Technical Bid Evaluations 14.Stress Analysis: Types of stresses, Significance of forces and moments Introduction to Stress Analysis Expansion Loop types, BellowsTypes.



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