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OGS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGIES,RAWALPINDI PAKISTAN

GS (Pvt) Limited is pleased to announce the launch of extensive training of Oil & Gas / Rig  Courses, Safety officer HSE courses in OGS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGIES

We arrange and provide specialist engineering, process and technical expertise partnering with a number of leading courses like IWCF WEL, WELL CAP, Safety Officer, QHSE Courses, Rig Electrician, Rig Mechanic Basic Rig Training , events on Oil & Gas/Rig & Drilling Training and we offer a unique blend of practical, down to earth expertise and technical know how tailored to the precise requirements of each field, plant and equipment.

OGS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGIES

Course
Duration
Start
Timing
Fee
Discount Fee
Eligibility
Location
03 weeks
20-02-17
Evening
20,000
Available
Matric/Fsc/DAE/Graduate
Rawalpindi
03 weeks
20-02-17
Evening
15,000
Available
Matric/Fsc/DAE/Graduate
Rawalpindi
03 weeks
20-02-17
Evening
15,000
Available
Matric/Fsc/DAE/Graduate
Rawalpindi
03 weeks
20-02-17
Evening
15,000
Available
Matric/Fsc/DAE/Graduate
Rawalpindi
03 weeks
20-02-17
Evening
15,000
Available
Matric/Fsc/DAE/Graduate
Rawalpindi
03 Weeks
20-02-17
M & E
15000
Available
Matric/Fsc/DAE/Graduate
Rawalpindi
02 Weaks
20-02-17
M+E
5000
Available
Matric /Intermediate
Rawalpindi
3 Weeks
20-02-17
M or E
45000
Drilling Experienced
Rawalpindi
3 Weeks
20-02-17
M or E
15000
Availabe
Middle above
Rawalpindi
3 Weeks
20-02-17
M or E
20000
Availabe
Matric
Rawalpindi
3 Weeks
20-02-17
M or E
20000
Availabe
Matric
Rawalpindi
3 Weeks
20-02-17
M or E
15000
Availabe
Relevent
Rawalpindi
3 Weeks
20-02-17
M or E
15000
Availabe
Matric
Rawalpindi
3 Weeks
20-02-17
M or E
20000
Availabe
Matric
Rawalpindi
1 month
20-02-17
M or E
30000
Availabe
Matric
Rawalpindi
1 month
20-02-17
M or E
15000
Availabe
Matric
Rawalpindi
1 month
20-02-17
M or E
25000
Availabe
Relevent
Rawalpindi
3 Weeks
20-02-17
M or E
15000
Availabe
Relevent
Rawalpindi
1 month
20-02-17
M or E
25000
Availabe
Matric
Rawalpindi
1 month
20-02-17
M or E
10,000
Availabe
Matric
Rawalpindi
1 month
20-02-17
M or E
10,000
Availabe
Matric
Rawalpindi
1 month
20-02-17
M or E
5000
Availabe
Middle above
Rawalpindi
1 month
20-02-17
M or E
10,000
Availabe
Matric
Rawalpindi
1 month
20-02-17
M or E
10,000
Availabe
Matric
Rawalpindi
1 month
20-02-17
M or E
15000
Availabe
Matric
Rawalpindi
1 month
20-02-17
M or E
15000
Availabe
Matric
Rawalpindi
6 Months
20-02-17
M & E
10000
N/A
Female and male
Rawalpindi

Course: Well Control

Duration: 03 weeks Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: Evening
Fee: 20,000 Discount: Available
Eligibility: Matric/Fsc/DAE/Graduate
Location: Rawalpindi

Introduction

This course program explains drilling technical terms including well control procedures and technique. The purpose of the core curriculum is to identify a body of knowledge and a set of job skills, which can be used to provide well control skills for drilling operations.

Scope & Benefits

Upon completion of a introductory well control course based on curriculum guidelines, the student will able to understand job skills, identify well bore problems ,causes of kicks, well killing methods and function of well control equipments. Moreover; moving of drilling rigs and equipment from site to site & set up in the new site. After getting this training in OGS (Pvt) Limited; a young man with at least metric education can enjoy good salary (up to PKR: 50,000~90,000) with other free incentives like messing ,medical, insurance, accommodation, free air ticket, bonus, etc in Pakistan and abroad as well.

Course Contents

1.Primary Well Control Method

2.Secondary Well Control Method

3.Pressure Concepts and Calculation

4.Causes Of Kicks

5.Kick Detection

6.Procedures

7.Gas Characteristics and Behavior

8.Fluids

9.Constant Bottom Hole Pressure

10.Well Killing Methods

11.BOP and Other Equipment

12.Final Test

 

Course: Safety Officer

Duration: 03 weeks Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: Evening
Fee: 15,000 Discount: Available
Eligibility: Matric/Fsc/DAE/Graduate
Location: Rawalpindi

Safety Officer

Introduction  

This course is about safety of equipment and personals in the field and technical report writing if something happened in the field. And tell the personals about hazards and risks

Course Purpose
The primary objective of the “Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety” is designed to provide participants with the core skills to advise managers or their employers on a range of occupational health and safety issues. The programme will give participants an in-depth understanding of the key areas of occupational health and safety (OHS) legislation and guidance. The course focuses particularly on applying current legislation and guidance in the development of best practice in OHS management. Participants will also have the opportunity to review their employer’s existing OHS systems and complete an analysis of risk of their own workplace. .

Scope & Benefits

In beginning the salary of Safety Officer Rs.40,000 to 100,000 but in other countries his salary is 2000 US $ to 3000 US $ and duty in Pakistan 28 days on and 28 off and in other countries 28 days on and 28 days off (In Pakistan and other countries all expenses which is air ticketing, accommodation, food and medical expenses etc. providing by that company)

Course Contents

  • Safety, Health & Environment Policy
  • Safety, Health & Environment objectives
  • General Safety rules
  • Emergency instructions
  • Action incase of spillage / leakage of any chemical
  • Fire Protection System
  • Personnel Protective Equipments and its training
  • Hazards of Noise, Stress and Heat  and precautions
  • Employees and employers duties of health and safety
  • Accident investigation and its effectiveness
  • Safe system of work
  • Permit To Work (PTW) and its types
  • Safe use of workplace equipment
  • Manual handling hazards and precautions
  • Fire and evacuation
  • Identify common hazards and risks in the workplace and advise on suitable corrective actions
  • Identify sources of guidance and advice on health and safety,
  • Hazards communication and its importance in the organization
  • First Aid
  • Recommend suitable action to minimize risks,
  • Investigate accidents, prepare reports,
  • Make cost effective proposals to prevent recurrence,
  • Promotion of safety culture

 

 

 

 

Course: Rig Operations

Duration: 03 weeks Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: Evening
Fee: 15,000 Discount: Available
Eligibility: Matric/Fsc/DAE/Graduate
Location: Rawalpindi

The 3 Weak course of instruction in Pre Employment Floorman (Roughneck) / Drillers Helper Training will consist of  drilling programs, hands-on rig training, and industry safety programs. Life skills and job readiness will also be included during the program.

Program Outline: Established to train individuals who are looking to work in the drilling industry in whole i.e. oil & gas, service and supply.

A Primer of Rig (Oil well) Drilling & Coring Operations:
Clearly explains drilling to non-technical persons. Drilling rigs have many, many parts and rig personnel do many, many things; as a result, it is hard to make the drilling process understandable. To help students understand, however, this course not only describes parts and techniques in simple terms, it also tells why a part or a technique is necessary. What is more, photos and drawings show the equipment, the personnel, and many of the operations described in text.

Primer of Rig (Oilwell) Drilling & Coring Segments:

  1. History of Oil & Gas industry.
  2. The Nature of Oil and Gas Oil and Gas reservoirs
  3. Companies and people Drilling Contracts.
  4. Rig Components
  5. Normal Drilling Operations
  6. Duties of Floorman & Derrickman
  7. Introduction Drake\'s Well and Spindle Cable-Tool Versus Rotary Drilling
  8. The Drill Site Moving equipment to the site
  9. Rigging Up
  10. Extraction and cleaning of core samples
  11. Working safely around track mounted drilling machines
  12. Special Operations & The Future

Roughneck Training Series Video Programs:
Students will also experience making a connection, making a trip in and out of the hole, caring and use of tongs, what are slips and laying down pipe. Students will complete an exercise following each video program.

Video Programs:

  1. An introduction to Oil & Gas and Operations Onshore & Offshore
  2. Makin\' Hole: How Oilwells and Diamond Coring are Drilled
  3. Part I: Care and Use of Tongs
  4. Part II Laying Down Pipe
  5. Part III Making a Connection
  6. Part IV Making a Trip
  7. Part V: Care and Handling of Rotary Slips
  8. Safe Practices in Marine & Offshore Drilling & Workover
  9. Handling and Running Casing
  10. The Petroleum Industry
  11. Offshore Fire Prevention
  12. So you wanna be a Floorman & Derrickman? (New Addition)

Supporting tools for delivering this course ( video, slides and powerpoint multimedia presentations ) help show practical application at work. General Safety, Safety Programming and safe operation in handling of equipment will also be discussed throughout the program. Training will consist of 4 days 5:00am-7:30pm (45min= 1 credit Hour, Total 30 Hours). Upon completion of study, students are required to complete a 1 hour closed book final exam with a minimum pass mark of 70 percent.  In addition the following programs are to be completed & OGS (Pvt) Limited will issued the certificate.

 

Course: Rig Electrician

Duration: 03 weeks Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: Evening
Fee: 15,000 Discount: Available
Eligibility: Matric/Fsc/DAE/Graduate
Location: Rawalpindi

Introduction

This course program explains drilling technical terms including well control procedures and technique. The purpose of the core curriculum is to identify a body of knowledge and a set of job skills, which can be used to provide well control skills for drilling operations.

Scope & Benefits

Upon completion of a introductory well control course based on curriculum guidelines, the student will able to understand job skills, identify well bore problems ,causes of kicks, well killing methods and function of well control equipments. Moreover; moving of drilling rigs and equipment from site to site & set up in the new site. After getting this training in OGS (Pvt) Limited; a young man with at least metric education can enjoy good salary (up to PKR: 50,000~90,000) with other free incentives like messing ,medical, insurance, accommodation, free air ticket, bonus, etc in Pakistan and abroad as well.

Course Contents

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9.Constant Bottom Hole Pressure

10.Well Killing Methods

11.BOP and Other Equipment

Course: Rig Mechanic

Duration: 03 weeks Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: Evening
Fee: 15,000 Discount: Available
Eligibility: Matric/Fsc/DAE/Graduate
Location: Rawalpindi

Introduction

This course program explains drilling technical terms including well control procedures and technique. The purpose of the core curriculum is to identify a body of knowledge and a set of job skills, which can be used to provide well control skills for drilling operations.

Scope & Benefits

Upon completion of a introductory well control course based on curriculum guidelines, the student will able to understand job skills, identify well bore problems ,causes of kicks, well killing methods and function of well control equipments. Moreover; moving of drilling rigs and equipment from site to site & set up in the new site. After getting this training in OGS (Pvt) Limited; a young man with at least metric education can enjoy good salary (up to PKR: 50,000~90,000) with other free incentives like messing ,medical, insurance, accommodation, free air ticket, bonus, etc in Pakistan and abroad as well.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

9.Constant Bottom Hole Pressure

10.Well Killing Methods

11.BOP and Other Equipment

Course: Store Keeper

Duration: 03 Weeks Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M & E
Fee: 15000 Discount: Available
Eligibility: Matric/Fsc/DAE/Graduate
Location: Rawalpindi

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Course: Security Guard

Duration: 02 Weaks Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M+E
Fee: 5000 Discount: Available
Eligibility: Matric /Intermediate
Location: Rawalpindi

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Course: Air Drilling

Duration: 3 Weeks Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 45000 Discount:
Eligibility: Drilling Experienced
Location: Rawalpindi

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Course: Fire Fighter

Duration: 3 Weeks Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 15000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Middle above
Location: Rawalpindi

Course: Well Testing

Duration: 3 Weeks Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 20000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Matric
Location: Rawalpindi

Course: Well Logging

Duration: 3 Weeks Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 20000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Matric
Location: Rawalpindi

Introduction:

Well logging, also known as borehole logging is the practice of making a detailed record (a well log) of the geologic formations penetrated by a borehole. The log may be based either on visual inspection of samples brought to the surface (geological logs) or on physical measurements made by instruments lowered into the hole (geophysical logs). Some types of geophysical well logs can be done during any phase of a well's history: drilling, completing, producing, or abandoning. Well logging is performed in boreholes drilled for the oil and gas, groundwater, mineral and geothermal exploration, as well as part of environmental and geotechnical studies.

Contents

  • 1Wireline logging
    • 1.1  History
    • 1.2  Electrical logs
      • 1.2.1Resistivity Log
      • 1.2.2Borehole Imaging
  • 1.3  Porosity logs
    • 1.3.1Density
    • 1.3.2Neutron porosity
    • 1.3.3Sonic
  • 1.4  Lithology logs
    • 1.4.1Gamma ray
    • 1.4.2Self/spontaneous potential
  • 1.5  Miscellaneous
    • 1.5.1Caliper
    • 1.5.2Nuclear magnetic resonance
    • 1.5.3Spectral noise logging
  • 1.6  Logging while drilling
  • 1.7  Corrosion well logging
  • 1.8  Memory log
  • 2  Coring
  • 3  Mudlogging
  • 4  Information use
  • 5  See also
  • 6  References
  • 7  External links

 

Course: Casing Running

Duration: 3 Weeks Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 15000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Relevent
Location: Rawalpindi

Course Description

Casing design is an integral part of a drilling engineer's work scope. This course provides a comprehensive overview of the design process, emphasizing the working stress approach currently used in the industry. On completion of this course, successful participants will be able to select casing points, identify tubular requirements and loads, and design and specify the required casing string. Through a combination of lecture and extensive hands-on examples, the fundamentals of casing design are imparted to the attendees. Estimation of standard and special loads is covered in detail. Standard theories of strength and failure are discussed as well as advanced considerations for combined loads. In addition safe handling, running and hanging practices are covered. 'Casing and Liners for Drilling and Completion,' and computer spreadsheets to facilitate routine design calculations

Who should Learn?

Drilling engineers, service personnel involved in developing well plans, and managers interested in learning about the well design process.

After Completion of this course you will be able to do

How To:

  • Select casing setting depths based on pore and fracture pressure data as well as other criteria
  • Determine casing and bit sizes, and alternatives for contingencies and special clearance situations
  • Identify and define load cases to meet specific design requirements
  • Apply standardized design factors to meet specific design requirements and identify the controlling design load for each string in the well
  • Use and understand casing and connection specifications and select casing to satisfy the controlling design requirements
  • Understand the limits of single load specifications and adjust the basic design for combined loading effects
  • Design casing for high pressure fracturing in horizontal wells
  • Apply practical safe handling, running, and hanging

Course Contents

  • Goals of casing design
  • Types of oilfield tubulars and connections
  • Casing point selection and size determination
  • Load estimation methods for casing and liners
  • Typical design factors
  • Theories of strength and failure (standard collapse, burst, axial; yield basis for combined loads)
  • Design examples and exercises for all key loads and strings
  • Casing handling, running, and hanging practices
Duration: 3 Weeks Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 15000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Matric
Location: Rawalpindi

For whom?

Junior and mid-career professionals at the management, decision-making and educational level, related to waste handling, urban infrastructure and urban environmental management and engineers and planners dealing with promoting, designing, operating or managing solid waste systems, in low-income countries or countries in transition.

Course participants are typically employed by government departments, private companies, NGOs, universities, research institutions, aid agencies or international bodies such as WHO, UNICEF or UNDP.
 Learning objectives

Upon completion, the participant should be able to:

  1. Describe main features of the management of Solid Waste and of the technologies involved in the various treatment processes.
  2. Identify the stakeholders involved in Solid Waste Management planning and execution.
  3. Assess the benefits that can be generated from Solid Waste through the various management approaches.
  4. Perform basic calculations for landfills, composting and (financial) planning of waste collection and recycling schemes.

Course content

The course includes the following topics:

  • uction to Solid Waste Management: waste quantity and quality, generation of waste per capita and region; composIntrodition of waste; small scale industry waste, organic agricultural waste (some specific cases as examples);
  • Waste Collection & Transport: collection of mixed waste or of source separated waste, collection logistics, transfer stations; machine park planning; Sub-contractors;
  • Treatment/disposal Technologies: dumping, sanitary landfills, mechanical-biological treatment, incineration, anaerobic digestion, composting; recycling of plastics, batteries, e-waste, Green House Gas emission and emission modeling, CDM, energy recovery;
  • Financial, Social and Institutional aspects: costs of collection, separation, management; equipment costs; social costs, stake holders, scavengers, public health issues, policy and legislation.

 

Course: Wire Line

Duration: 3 Weeks Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 20000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Matric
Location: Rawalpindi

Introduction

In the oil and gas industry, the term wireline usually refers to a cabling technology used by operators of oil and gas wells to lower equipment or measurement devices into the well for the purposes of well intervention, reservoir evaluation, and pipe recovery.

Tools inserted into the well for both workover and logging efforts, wirelines and slicklines are very similar devices. While a slickline is a thin cable introduced into a well to deliver and retrieve tools downhole, a wireline is an electrical cable used to lower tools into and transmit data about the conditions of the wellbore called wireline logs. Usually consisting of braided cables, wirelines are used to perform wireline logging, as well.

Braided line can contain an inner core of insulated wires which provide power to equipment located at the end of the cable, normally referred to as electric line, and provides a pathway for electrical telemetry for communication between the surface and equipment at the end of the cable.

Contents

  1. Slicklines
  2. Wireline Logs
  3. Wireline tools

3.1   Natural gamma ray tools

  • 3.2   Nuclear tools
  • 3.3   Resistivity Tools
  • 3.4   Sonic and Ultrasonic Tools
  • 3.5   Magnetic Resonance Tools
  • 3.6   Borehole Seismic Tools
  • 3.7   Cased Hole Electric Line Tools
    • 3.7.1   Cement Bond Tools
    • 3.7.2   Casing Collar Locators
    • 3.7.3   Gamma Perforating Tools
    • 3.7.4   Wireline Pressure Setting Assemblies (WLSPA)

4. Additional Equipment

  •              4.1 Cable Head
  •              4.2  Tractors
  •              4.3 Measuring Head

5. Wireline apparatus
6. Pressure Control During Wireline Operations

  • 6.1   Flange
  • 6.2   Wireline Valve
  • 6.3   Lubricator
  • 6.4   Pump-In Sub
  • 6.5   Grease Injector Head
  • 6.6   Pack-Off
  • 6.7   Line Wiper
  • 6.8   Quick Test Sub
  • 6.9   Ball-Check Valve
  • 6.10  Head Catcher
  • 6.11  Tool Trap

 

Duration: 1 month Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 30000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Matric
Location: Rawalpindi

Course Outcome:

  • At the end on this course the students will gain enough knowledge to create and publish their own Apps for Google Android devices as well as ability to learn advanced topics through self study methods we will teach them. All students will be provided CDs containing software, project source code, as well as certificates for attending the course.
  • Full Syllabus:
  • 1) Introduction To Mobile Apps
  • I. Why we Need Mobile Apps
    II. Different Kinds of Mobile Apps
    III. Briefly about Android
  • 2) Introduction Android
  • I. History Behind Android Development
    II. What is Android?
    III. Pre-requisites to learn Android
    IV. Brief Discussion on Java Programming
  • 3) Android Architecture
  • I. Overview of Android Stack
    II. Android Features
    III. Introduction to OS layers
  • 4) Deep Overview in Android Stack
  • I. Linux Kernel
    II. Libraries
    III. Android Runtime
    IV. Application Framework
    V. Dalvik VM
  • 5) Installing Android Machine
  • I. Configuring Android Stack
    II. Setting up Android Studio
    III. Working with Android Studio
    IV. Using Older Android Tools
  • 6) Creating First Android Application
  • I. Creating Android Project
    II. Debugging Application through DDMS
    III. setting up environment
    IV. AVD Creation
    V. Executing Project on Android Screen
  • 7) Android Components
  • I. Activities
    II. Services
    III. Broadcast Receivers
    IV. Content Providers
  • 8) Hello World App
  • I. Creating your first project
    II. The manifest file
    III. Layout resource
    IV. Running your app on Emulator
  • 9) Building UI with Activities
  • I. Activities
    II. Views, layouts and Common UI components
    III. Creating UI through code and XML
    IV. Activity lifecycle
    V. Intents
    VI. Communicating data among Activities
  • 10) Advanced UI
  • I. Selection components (GridView, ListView, Spinner )
    II. Adapters, Custom Adapters
    III. Complex UI components
    IV. Building UI for performance
    V. Menus
    VI. Creating custom and compound Views
  • 11) Notifications
  • I. Toast, Custom Toast
    II. Dialogs
    III. Status bar Notifications
  • 12) Multithreading
  • I. Using Java Mutithreading classes
    II. AsyncTask
    III. Handler
    IV. Post
    V. Writing an animated game
  • 13) Styles And Themes
  • I. Creating and Applying simple Style
    II. Inheriting built-in Style and User defined style
    III. Using Styles as themes
  • 14) Resources and Assets
  • I. Android Resource
    II. Using resources in XML and code
    III. Localization
    IV. Handling Runtime configuration changes
  • 15) Intent, Intent Filters and Broadcast Receivers
  • I. Role of filters
    II. Intent-matching rules
    III. Filters in your manifest
    IV. Filters in dynamic Broadcast Receivers
    V. Creating Broadcast receiver
  • Receiving System Broadcast
  • VI. Understanding Broadcast action, category and data
    VII. Registering Broadcast receiver through code and through XML
    VIII. Sending Broadcast
  • 16) Data Storage
  • I. Shared Preferences
    II. Android File System
    III. Internal storage
    IV. External storage
    V. SQLite
  • a. IntroducingSQLite
    b. SQLiteOpenHelper and creating a database
    c. Opening and closing adatabase
    d. Working with cursors Inserts, updates, and deletes
    VI. Network
  • 17) Content Providers
  • I. Accessing built in content providers
    II. Content provider MIME types
    III. Searching for content
    IV. Adding, changing, and removing content
    V. Creating content provider
    VI. Working with content files
  • 18)Services
  • I. Overview of services in Android
    II. Implementing a Service
    III. Service lifecycle
    IV. Inter Process Communication (AIDL Services)
  • 19) Multimedia in Android
  • I. Multimedia Supported audio formats
    II. Simple media playback
    III. Supported video formats
    IV. Simple video playback
  • 20) Location Based Services and Google Maps
  • I. Using Location Based Services
    II. Finding current location and listening for changes in location
    III. Proximity alerts
    IV. Working with Google Maps
    i. Showing google map in an Activity
    ii. Map Overlays
    iii. Itemized overlays
    iv. Geocoder
    v. Displaying route on map
  • 21) Web Services and WebView
  • I. Consuming web services
    II. Receiving HTTP Response (XML, JSON )
    III. Parsing JSON and XML
    IV. Using WebView
  • 22) Sensors
  • I. How Sensors work
    II. Using Orientation and Accelerometer sensors
    III. Best practices for performance
  • 23) WiFi
  • I. Monitoring and managing Internet connectivity
    II. Managing active connections
    III. Managing WiFi networks
  • 24) Telephony Services
  • I. Making calls
    II. Monitoring data connectivity and activity
    III. Accessing phone properties and status
    IV. Controlling the phone
    V. Sending messages
  • 25) Camera
  • I. Taking pictures
    II. Media Recorder
    III. Rendering previews
  • 26) Bluetooth
  • I. Controlling local Bluetooth device
    II. Discovering and bonding with Bluetooth devices
    III. Managing Bluetooth connections
    IV. Communicating with Bluetooth
  • 26) More
  • I. Fragments
    II. Material Design
    III. Gradle
    IV. NEW TOPICS: Since each new version of Android has new features, we keep extra time for adding custom topics in every batch. You can request any Android Topic.
  • 28) Android Application Deployment
  • I. Android Application Deployment on device with Linux and Windows
    II. Android Application Deployment on Android Market

Course: Web Developer

Duration: 1 month Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 15000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Matric
Location: Rawalpindi

Course: Revit

Duration: 1 month Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 25000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Relevent
Location: Rawalpindi

INTRODUCTION

To take full advantage of Building Information Modeling, the Autodesk® Revit® MEP Essentials training course has been designed to teach the concepts and principles of creating 3D parametric models of MEP system from engineering design through construction documentation. The training course is intended to introduce students to the software’s user interface and the basic HVAC, electrical, and piping/plumbing components that make Revit MEP a powerful and flexible engineering modeling tool. The objective is to familiarize students with the tools necessary to create, document, and print the parametric model. The examples and practices are designed to take you through the basics of a full Revit MEP project, from linking in an architectural model to construction documents.

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

The primary objective of this course is to teach students the concept of building information modeling and introduce the tools for parametric engineering design and documentation using Revit MEP. After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Understand Autodesk® Revit® MEP, its interface, including viewing, drawing, and editing commands
  • Work with linked architectural files
  • Create and modify views
  • Understand Revit MEP systems in general
  • Create spaces and zones.
  • Analyze heating and cooling loads
  • Work with HVAC module to add air terminals, mechanical equipment, and create HVAC systems
  • Work with the Piping module to add mechanical equipment as well as creating hydronic piping systems
  • Work with fire protection systems
  • Work with fixtures, piping systems and analysis tools in the Plumbing module
  • Work with components, circuits, cable tray, and conduits in the Electrical module
  • Create and annotate construction documents
  • Add tags and create schedules

Course Content

  • The Revit way of working, BIM and the Revit interface
  • Starting an architectural model
  • Walls and wall properties
  • Placing components; doors and windows
  • Floors, roofs and roof types
  • Advanced wall techniques and curtain walls
  • Model in place components
  • Custom families
  • Annotations including text, dimensions and markers
  • Schedules and legends
  • Sharing and printing your drawings

Introduction to Autodesk Revit MEP

  • Building Information Modeling (BIM) with Revit MEP
  • Overview of the Revit MEP Interface
  • Opening a Revit MEP Project
  • Viewing Commands

Basic Drawing and Editing Tools

  • General Drawing Tools
  • Editing Revit Elements
  • Basic Modifying Tools
  • Additional Editing Tools
  • Starting Revit MEP Projects

Starting Revit Projects

  • Linking Revit Models
  • Copying and Monitoring Linked Files
  • Setting up Levels

Views

  • Duplicating Views
  • Adding Callout Views
  • Setting the View Display
  • Creating Elevations
  • Creating Sections
  • Working With Ceilings

Autodesk Revit MEP Systems

  • About Revit MEP Systems
  • Working with Components
  • Creating Systems – Overview
  • System Graphics
  • Connecting Components
  • Analyzing Systems

Spaces and Zones

  • Creating Spaces
  • Creating Zones
  • Creating Color Schemes

Performance Analysis

  • Introduction to Energy Analysis
  • Preparing Energy Analysis
  • Analyzing the Heating and Cooling Loads
  • Exporting for Secondary Analysis

HVAC Systems

  • About HVAC Systems
  • Adding Air Terminals and Mechanical Equipment
  • Adding Ductwork
  • Creating Duct Systems
  • Automatic Ductwork Layouts

Hydronic Piping Systems

  • About Hydronic Piping Systems
  • Adding Mechanical Equipment
  • Drawing Piping
  • Creating Hydronic Systems
  • Automatic Piping Layouts
  • Fire Protection Systems

Plumbing Systems

  • About Plumbing Systems
  • Adding Plumbing Fixtures
  • Drawing Piping for Plumbing Systems
  • Working with Plumbing Systems

Electrical Systems

  • About Electrical Systems
  • Placing Electrical Components
  • Creating Electrical Circuits
  • Cable Trays and Conduit
  • Electrical Panel Schedules

Construction Documents

  • Setting up Sheets
  • Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
  • Printing Sheets

Annotating Construction Documents

  • Working with Dimensions
  • Working with Text
  • Adding Detail Lines and Symbols
  • Creating Legends

Tags and Schedules

  • Adding Tags
  • Working with Schedules
  • Creating Schedules

Detailing in Revit MEP

  • Setting Up Detail Views
  • Creating Details
  • Annotating Details
  • Patterning
Duration: 3 Weeks Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 15000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Relevent
Location: Rawalpindi

INTRODUCTION QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL

An important goal of IPCC good practice guidance is to support the development of national greenhouse gas inventories that can be readily assessed in terms of quality and completeness. It is good practice to implement quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC) procedures in the development of national greenhouse gas inventories to accomplish this goal.

This guidance establishes good practice consistent with the Revised 1996 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories (IPCC Guidelines). The QA/QC good practice guidance outlined here reflects practicality, acceptability, cost-effectiveness, existing experience, and the potential for application on a worldwide basis. A QA/QC program contributes to the objectives of good practice guidance, namely to improve transparency, consistency, comparability, completeness, and confidence in national inventories of emissions estimates.

Course Contents

  • INTRODUCTION
  • PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN DEVELOPING QA/QC SYSTEMS
  • ELEMENTS OF A QA/QC SYSTEM
  • INVENTORY AGENCY
  • QA/QC PLAN
  • GENERAL QC PROCEDURES (TIER 1)
  • SOURCE CATERGORY-SPECIFIC QC PROCEDURES (TIER 2)
  • Emissions data QC
  • Activity data QC
  • QC of uncertainty estimates
  • QA PROCEDURES
  • VERIFICATION OF EMISSIONS DATA
  • DOCUMENTATION, ARCHIVING AND REPORTING
  • Internal documentation and archiving
  • Reporting

 

The outcomes of the QA/QC process may result in a reassessment of inventory or source category uncertainty estimates.

For example, if data quality is found to be lower than previously thought and this situation cannot be rectified in the timeframe of the current inventory, the uncertainty estimates ought to be re-evaluated.

 

Course: 3D Studio Max

Duration: 1 month Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 25000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Matric
Location: Rawalpindi

Course: Auto Cad

Duration: 1 month Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 10,000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Matric
Location: Rawalpindi

Description and details:

This Program is highly professional and Career Oriented program. This program completely based on the CAD system logics designing, development and deployment. We are covering the complete 2D and 3D aspects with the state of art real time LABS. More we are also having the latest software for these systems and we may able to cover up all new updates, features and exposures. AUTOCAD 2D 3D Training Program Program is offered by:OGS– Trainers & Consultants This Program is ideally suited to following individuals who are:

  • Fresh University Graduates and like to get the knowledge of CAD.
  •  Already working mechanical, civil, electrical engineers, architects who are willing to update and learn the new methodologies of AutoCAD 2D and 3D.
  •  Who want to be good and reputable jobs in the market and are like to enhance their skills in AutoCAD Software.

COURSE OUTLINE:

AutoCAD 2D course syllabus

  • Introduction
  • Isometric drawings
  • File management
  • Perspective drawings
  • Orthographic drawings
  • Annotations and Dimensions
  • View management
  • Team work
  • Display management
  • Layout management
  • Layer management
  • Publish and Plot
  • Selection methods
  • Parametric drawings
  • Symbol creation using block
  • BOM / Joinery details creation

AutoCAD 3D course Syllabus

  • 3D modeling concepts in AutoCAD
  • Understand and use viewpoint and UCS
  • Wireframe modelling
  • Solid modeling & editing
  • Mesh modeling & editing
  • Surface modeling & editing
  • Create & manage 2D views from 3D models
  • Materials, lights & rendering
  • Working with images
  • Import and export
Duration: 1 month Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 10,000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Matric
Location: Rawalpindi
Duration: 1 month Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 5000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Middle above
Location: Rawalpindi

Course Description

Introduces the basic features of Microsoft Office, Windows basics, and file management. Develops familiarity with Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, email, and Internet basics. Provides an overview of the MyPCC Portal website. Covers components of the Internet and Computing Core (IC3) program content. Recommended: RD 115 and WR 115. Keyboarding by touch recommended. Audit available.

Intended Outcomes for the course

Upon successful completion of this course, student will be able to:
1. Recognize when to use each of the Microsoft Office programs to create professional business documents.
2. Use Microsoft Office programs to create personal and/or business documents following current professional and/or industry standards.
3. Pursue future courses specializing in one or more of the programs.
4. Apply skills and concepts for basic use of computer hardware, software, networks, and the Internet in the workplace and in future coursework as identified by the internationally accepted Internet and Computing Core (IC3) standards.

Course Content (Themes, Concepts, Issues and Skills)

Themes, Concepts, Issues

  1. Terminology and Vocabulary
    1. Parts of computer system
    2. Software: Applications and Operating system
  2. Windows Concepts
    1. Windows navigation
    2. Multi-task applications
    3. File-management (reinforce and emphasize throughout the length of the course)
  3. Basic Word Processing Concepts
  4. Basic Spreadsheet Concepts
  5. Basic Presentation Concepts
  6. Basic Internet Skills
    1. Browsers
    2. Searching
    3. Ethics
  7. Basic Communication Skills
    1. Email
    2. Attachments
    3. Overview of MyPCC Portal
    4. Netiquette
  8. Basic Database Concepts

Competencies, Skills

  1. Identify components of a computer system
  2. Identify types of software applications and operating systems
  3. Windows skills, including:
    1. Use the mouse to:
      1. navigate Windows and applications
      2. open, close and work between applications
      3. access "short-cut menus" using right-mouse button
    2. Develop skill in basic file management throughout the course including:
      1. moving/copying/renaming/deleting files
      2. creating/renaming/deleting folders
    3. Use Windows Accessories
      1. Notepad and/or Wordpad
      2. Paint
    4. Use Control Panel to modify desktop properties
    5. Word Processing Skills
      1. Create and edit one page Word documents
      2. Copy/Move/Paste text
      3. Create and edit a multi-page Word document
      4. Format and enhance Word documents
      5. Insert Clipart
    6. Internet Skills
      1. Identify and use Internet browser features
      2. Use Search tools
      3. Understand Internet Ethics
    7. Communication Skills
      1. Send and receive email
      2. Send and open email attachments
      3. Introduce basic MyPCC Portal website including basic navigation, email, calendar and course tools
      4. Identify proper netiquette rules
    8. Spreadsheet Skills
      1. Create and edit basic Excel spreadsheets
      2. Format and enhance spreadsheets
      3. Use Auto Sum and create basic formulas
      4. Create basic charts
    9. Database Skills
      1. Create and Edit a database
      2. Format and enhance a database
      3. Create Queries
      4. Sort and filter a database
      5. Create and print Reports
    10. Presentation Skills
      1. Create and edit basic PowerPoint presentations
      2. Use template, color schemes, animation, slide transition
      3. Insert images including digital pictures
Duration: 1 month Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 10,000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Matric
Location: Rawalpindi

CCTV Course Overview

A must for all those wishing to add IP to their existing portfolio of CCTV skills, focusing on the migration from analogue to digital. This CCTV over IP Course offers the perfect blend of essential theory combined with practical workshop activities, helping you to understand the benefits offered by IP networks.

Anyone with an interest in  should attend. Whether you are a technician, engineer, sales consultant, specifier or operator this training course will provide you with a solid base to further your career. All are welcome.

Course Content

  • Migration from analogue to digital
  • Digital video explained
  • Video compression engines
  • Cabling parameters
  • Foundations of IP
  • Bandwidth considerations
  • Networking considerations
  • Demonstrations of mobile applications
  • Recording solutions
  • Networking principles
  • TCP/UDP explained
  • Narrow and broadband operations
  • Practical networking sessions
  • Configuring CCTV over IP products
  • Using tools and utilities
  • Health and safety

Course: Peech Tree

Duration: 1 month Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 10,000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Matric
Location: Rawalpindi

Peech Tree Course Objectives:
Upon course completion, students will be able to use realistic activities to understand each objective. 

Course Contents include-

(I) General Functions:

  • Identify Peachtree features. 
  • Perform New Company Set-Up 
  • Chart of Accounts 
  • Accounting Periods 
  • Use Accounts Payable Features 
  • Use Accounts Receivable Functions
  • Use Inventory functions 
  • Adding Vendors, Customers, Items/Inventories
  • Setting Up Job Cost
  • Password settings
  • Updating Item Prices 

(II) Transaction Entries

  • Prepare General Journal;
  • Quotation, Sales Orders, Sales Invoices and receipts ;
  • Prepare Purchase Orders, Purchase and Invoices ;
  • Enter Payments, Writing Checks;
  • Job Costing ;
  • Inventory Adjustment Entries ;
  • Enter Credit Memos, Beginning Balances and Budgets ;
  • Prepare memorized Transactions, Voiding Transactions ;
  • Account Reconciliation ;
  • Year End .

(III) Reporting:
All General Ledger Reports, Accounts Receivable Reports, 
Accounts Payable Reports, Inventory Reports, Budgets Reports ,
Bank Reports, Daily Reports, Basic Financial Statements, Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss and Trial Balance.

(IV) Files and Utilities Functions

  • Utilities and Special Processing features ;
  • Backup & Restore ;
Duration: 1 month Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 15000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Matric
Location: Rawalpindi

Hotel Management Course

This Hotel Management course is designed to provide participants with the management and customer service skills required to succeed in a hospitality management career. Developed by industry professionals, this course covers a range of topics such as hotels, resorts, cruise ships, private / corporate owned restaurants and special catering events. With exclusively online delivery, participants will benefit from the following: 

  • Self-paced study - study anytime, anywhere
  • No assignment deadlines
  • Complete the course in months or in up to 3 years
  • Gain access to a tutor working in hospitality management
  • Skip the commute and save time

Suitability - Who should attend?

This Hospitality & Hotel Management course is ideally suited to individuals who seek to gain the key management and service skills required to begin a career in Hotel and Hospitality Management. 

Prerequisites

There are NO previous work or education requirements for entry into any course level. Participants may enrol directly into the diploma or advanced diploma levels without completing lower ranked qualifications. Graduates can expect higher course levels to result in higher potential salary, positions and skill capabilities.

Outcome / Qualification etc.

On successful completion of this course, participants will receive:

  • A certificate which recognizes successful completion of studies and qualifications as a hotel and hospitality manager
  • Transcripts indicating units completed
  • Letter of recommendation and validation for current and future employers
  • Post-nominal letters placed after your name which indicate that you hold the relevant qualification. For example: John Smith, DipHHMgt
  • Job search assistance: Graduate Career Services Program

Course Content

This Hospitality & Hotel Management course will include the following content:

  • Introduction
    • The Hotel Industry, The Scope of the Industry, The Firm in the Hotel and Catering Industry, Hotel Management, Planning, Policy
  • Organisation of the Hotel Workplace
    • Organisation, The Nature and Purpose of Organisation, The Mechanistic View of Organisation, The Human Relations View of Organisation, The Systems Approach to Organisation, Organisation Structure, The Informal Structure, Hotel Organisation
  • Staff Management in Hotels
    • Work Charts, Communication and Coordination, Staff Management, Monitoring Workloads and Work Procedures, Authority/Chain of Command, Career Structure
  • Control Systems
    • Sources and Storage of Information, Creating and Maintaining Information, Creating and Maintaining Control Systems, Types of Control, Production Control, Quality Control, Sales Control, Labour Utilisation Control, Materials Control, Maintenance Control, Financial Control, Setting Standards and Corrective Action, Work Study, Organisation and Methods
  • Front Desk Management (Reception)
    • The Functions of the Front Office, Customer Service, Dealing with Grievances & Complaints, Understanding Communication, Conversation Development, Using the Telephone, Business Letters, Promotions and Customer Relations, Client Interpersonal Skills, Self Esteem & Reinforcement, etc
  • Servicing Rooms and General Cleaning
    • Service Equipment, Direct Purchase of Hire of Equipment, Linen: Purchase or Hire, Choice of Fabrics, Structure and Properties of Fibres, Linen Room Organisation
  • Building and Facility Management
    • Daily, Periodic and Planned Preventative Maintenance, Frequent Maintenance Problems, Safety, Furniture, Fittings, Managing Maintenance, Building Maintenance, Toilets and Locker Rooms
  • Activities Management
    • Tour desk, gymnasium, events (eg. Weddings, balls etc), In house Services, Recreation Facilities, Guest Information Services, Swimming Pools, Spa & Sauna Facilities, Activities Management, Tourism
  • Food Service
    • Types of Food Service (eg. Room Service, Bar, Restaurant, Coffee Shop etc), Kitchen Design & Equipment, Service Facilities, Food Service Management, Food Purchasing, Dealing with Complaints

Course: IELTS

Duration: 1 month Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M or E
Fee: 15000 Discount: Availabe
Eligibility: Matric
Location: Rawalpindi

What is IELTS?

IELTS or ‘International English Language Testing System’, is an international standardised test of English language proficiency. It is jointly managed by University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations, the British Council and IDP Education Pty Ltd, and was established in 1989.

No minimum score is required to pass the test. An IELTS result or Test Report Form is issued to all candidates with a score from 1 (no knowledge) to 9 (expert user) and each institution sets a different threshold. Institutions are advised not to consider valid a report older than two years, unless the user proves that he has worked to maintain his level.

IELTS Test Structure

All candidates must complete four Modules – Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking – to obtain a band score, which is shown on the IELTS Test Report Form (TRF). All candidates take the same Listening and Speaking Modules, while the Reading and Writing Modules differ depending on whether the candidate is taking the Academic or General Training Versions of the Test.

Listening

The listening module comprises four sections. Each section begins with a short introduction telling the candidates about the situation and the speakers. Then they have some time to look through the questions. The first three sections have a break in the middle allowing candidates to look at the remaining questions. Each section is heard only once.

Reading

In the academic module the reading test comprises three sections, with 3 texts normally followed by 13 or 14 questions for a total of 40 questions overall. The General test also has 3 sections. However the texts are shorter, so there can be up to 5 texts to read.

Writing

In the Academic module, there are two tasks: in Task 1 candidates describe a diagram, graph, process or chart, and in Task 2 they respond to an argument. In the General Training module, there are also two tasks: in Task 1 candidates write a letter or explain a situation, and in Task 2 they write an essay.

Speaking

The speaking test contains three sections. The first section takes the form of an interview during which candidates may be asked about their hobbies, interests, reasons for taking IELTS exam as well as other general topics such as clothing, free time, computers and the internet or family. In the second section candidates are given a topic card and then have one minute to prepare after which they must speak about the given topic. The third section involves a discussion between the examiner and the candidate, generally on questions relating to the theme which they have already spoken about in part 2.

Who Should Attend?

There are two versions of the IELTS: the Academic Version and the General Training Version:

The Academic Version is intended for those who want to enroll in universities and other institutions of higher education and for professionals such as medical doctors and nurses who want to study or practice in an English-speaking country.

The General Training Version is intended for those planning to undertake non-academic training or to gain work experience, or for immigration purpose

IELTS is accepted by most Australian, British, Canadian, Irish, New Zealand and South African academic institutions, over 3,000 academic institutions in the United States, and various professional organisations. It is also a requirement for immigration to Australia, New Zealand and Canada.

Course Contents

For IELTS, OGS has developed a special curriculum meeting all the test requirements. The curriculum enables coupled with the training from field experts enables the candidate to obtain the desired results.

Duration: 6 Months Starting: 20-02-17 Timing: M & E
Fee: 10000 Discount: N/A
Eligibility: Female and male
Location: Rawalpindi

Definition of Fashion Designing With Scope and Career Opportunities

 

Fashion has become necessity in our life. There are different thoughts about it whether fashion is a necessity or luxury? Some people think fashion is not a necessity. For them, necessities are water, air, food, shelter and clothes. Some people think fashion is at least necessity now days as it deals with matter of attraction. In simple words you can imagine luxury is a necessity that begins where necessity ends. Women, all over the world, try to enhance their beauty and for this purpose use different kinds of fashion accessories. Every women or man is not expert in fashion tricks. That’s why they have to rely on fashion designers.

 

Who are Fashion Designers and what is Fashion Designing? In simple words fashion designer is someone who designs clothing. Dictionary definition of designer is a person who devises or executes designs, especially one who creates forms, structures, and patterns, as for works of art or machines. But in case of fashion design, a person who designs clothes and other fashion related accessories is known as fashion designer and his/her act of designing clothes is called fashion designing.

if you want to become a fashion designer the keep in mind that fashion designing is a vast profession and you can safe your future by joining this as a professional.

Popular Career Options

Those with a  fashion design find employment with design firms, film companies, or garment manufacturers. They can also become self-employed by starting their own clothing line or business. Potential job options include the following:

  • Fashion designer
  • Pattern maker
  • Costume designer

 

For further assistant please contact

OGS Pvt Limited
OGS Manpower and Training Institute
Office # 5 2nd floor, Noor Plaza Utility Store Building Chandni Chowk Rawalpindi
Contact numbers: +92-51-4418472, +92-300-9122368, +92-300-9122363
Email: hr@ogsmanpower.com

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