Course Title: Machine upper according to product requirements
Part B: Course Detail
Teaching Period: Term1 2020
Course Code: MANU7388C
Course Title: Machine upper according to product requirements
School: 375T Vocational Design and Social Context
Campus: Brunswick Campus
Program: C4389 - Certificate IV in Custom-Made Footwear
Course Contact: Tallal Khan
Course Contact Phone: +61 3 99259118
Course Contact Email: email@example.com
Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff
+61 3 9925 9252
Nominal Hours: 50
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Pre-requisites and Co-requisites
MSTFP2005 - Operate machine to sew upper
In this unit you will develop the skills and knowledge to machine uppers according to product requirements. You are required to work to quality requirements and identify any processing problems.
The unit applies to loading, guiding and unloading a range of machine types to sew shoe uppers. It includes guided and freehand sewing. Sewing includes corners, curves, complex shapes, and contouring and joining of different materials. Sewing techniques include those where the positioning, feeding and handling of work pieces involves discretional changes, contouring or critical stopping points, or involving the special handling skills required to accommodate variations in materials and meet product requirements.
This course is clustered for delivery with the MSTFP2005 - Operate machine to sew upper
National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria
National Element Code & Title:
MSTFP2006 Machine upper according to product requirements
1 Determine job requirements
1.1 Follow standard operating procedures (SOPs) 1.2 Comply with work health and safety (WHS) requirements at all times 1.3 Use appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) in accordance with SOPs 1.4 Identify job requirements from specifications, drawings, job sheets or work instructions
2 Prepare to sew upper
2.1 Check work bundle, assess quality of component parts and lay out work pieces in correct sequence 2.2 Set up workbench and seating to achieve operator comfort and minimise fatigue 2.3 Clean and check machine, and adjust machine settings according to manufacturer instructions and specifications for work 2.4 Select threads according to specifications, check needle types and attachments, and change parts and worn needles as necessary 2.5 Set stitch length, set up tension and test against specifications 2.6 Test machine for correct operation
3 Perform machine sewing
3.1 Select pieces according to shape, size, colour and style 3.2 Accurately position materials to achieve required specifications, including quality and to minimise stretch 3.3 Sew corners, curves, complex shapes, and contouring and joining of different materials 3.4 Handle work pieces involving discretional changes, contouring or critical stopping points and variations in materials, according to specifications and workplace procedures 3.5 Machine seams to achieve specific results and trim threads 3.6 Regularly check performance of machine for signs of faulty performance and take follow-up action to address faulty machine performance
4 Conduct final quality check and despatch work
4.1 Bundle uppers and component parts, stack and store or despatch 4.2 Address production faults according to workplace procedures 4.3 Bundle uppers, stack and store or despatch 4.4 Record production faults as required 4.5 Complete work records
On successful completion of this course you will have developed and applied the skills and knowledge required to demonstrate competency in the above elements.
Details of Learning Activities
Integrated learning activities in this course consists of theory and practical components carried out in a workshop environment. Throughout the course, you will develop the skills and knowledge to create custom-made footwear products. You will learn to use and work with a range of materials, suppliers and components used in footwear manufacturing.
Course Schedule: Semester 1, 2020
Introduction to course
Assessment 1: Practical paper exercises due
Assessment 2 part 1: Sewing uppers due
Leather shapes / Derby uppers
Re-thread sewing machine
Assessment 2 part 2: Derby uppers due
Re-thread sewing machine
Assessment observation: Re-thread sewing machine
Final class/assessment submission
Assessment 2 part 3: Oxford uppers due
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Overview of Assessment
Assessment is ongoing throughout the semester and will consist of both theory and practical based exercises, predominantly in class but some out of class research and information formatting is required as well. Feedback will be provided throughout the semester on all assessment tasks.
All assessment tasks must be completed before competency can be achieved. Tasks that have not be authenticated in class as the student’s own work will not be considered for assessment. Regular attendance is encouraged.
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Assessment is on the successful demonstration of the following operations:
Re-threading a sewing machine,
rewinding a bobbin,
replacing a needle
adjusting the tension for the correct stitch formation.
During the demonstration you will be asked questions in relation to the operation of the machine and the function of various components.
-Students will individually complete the practical assessment of Re threading the Top thread, winding and installing a bobbin, replace a needle and stitching off, on the designated sewing machine.
-This assessment will take place in the Footwear workshop. Students will be observed while performing the assessment task.
-WHS considerations. You will need remove loose clothing, tie back hair if necessary, use correct posture and keep fingers away from needle when sewing. Safety issues inherent in working with electricity need to be considered.
Conditions for assessment
All material will be supplied by RMIT for this assessment.
Which will include:
All tools required will be supplied.
As this is a one on one assessment, students within the class will have assessments staggered over 2 weeks. Students not being observed will be required to continue with Program related material within the Footwear workshop.
For this assessment you must obtain a satisfactory level in ALL operations to receive an overall Satisfactory mark.
This assessment will take place in the Footwear workshop.
During this assessment students will be observed to see if they adhere to:
Correctly setup and use sewing machine as per work health and safety (WHS) requirements
Removing the bobbin and Top thread
keeping areas clear around sewing machine of tripping hazards
Identify and adjust machines stitch length, adjust machine settings as necessary
Following SOP for Flat bed sewing machine.
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DNS: Did not Submit for Assessment
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