Hi.. We are in the field of wiring manufacturing. I want to set up a training ad development center at our plant where in we can train the engineers by giving them 2-3 months of theoretical and practical training and will provide them a certificate. We have hired some of those based upon their skill and requirements. Can anyone help me to know how can we set up a training center? what are the basic requirements?
From India, Ahmedabad
Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
General Manager-hr & Admin
Raghunath Sabat
Digital Marketing Executive

Dinesh Divekar

Dear Hemant Pimple,

If you wish to create a training centre in your company, then you need to identify the following:

1. Physical infrastructure - the seating capacity, training aids, what kind of modern training aids will be used?
2. Trainee qualification: - who will be eligible to take the training? Will there be a selection test?
3. Training course: - what will the duration of the course be? After completing the course in which department the trainees will work? Has the course been designed after taking inputs from the managers where the trainees will work? Who will design the end-course test/examination? Are the faculties competent to design the tests? Are they trained in designing the tests?
4. About faculty: - What is the faculty qualification, and what will be their selection method? How their training skills will be assessed?
5. Marketing: - Who will market the capabilities of the training centre? How will the marketing pitch attract the best talent? For those who could not be absorbed in the company, what will be their placement avenues? Will they be provided with employment assistance?

I hope, at this stage the above questionnaire is sufficient.


Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore

Wiring Manufacturing Training Center:

I. Requirements for Setting Up a Training Center:


Adequate space for practical training: This could be a dedicated workshop or manufacturing area with sufficient space for trainees to work and practice the techniques they have learned. It should have access to power and lighting and be equipped with necessary safety measures such as fire extinguishers and emergency exits.
Equipment and Tools:

Equipment and tools for hands-on experience: This should include a range of wiring and electrical equipment, tools, and materials such as wire stripping machines, soldering equipment, wire connectors, multimeters, electrical boxes, conduit, and cables. These should be of industry standard and well-maintained to ensure safe and effective training.
Classroom or Training Room:

Classroom or training room with necessary facilities: This should be a comfortable, well-lit space that is conducive to learning. It should have chairs, tables, whiteboards, projection equipment, and any other necessary resources for presentations, lectures, and interactive training activities.
Trainers or Instructors:

Qualified trainers or instructors: Trainers or instructors should have a strong background in the wiring manufacturing industry, as well as experience in training and development. They should be knowledgeable about the latest industry standards and best practices, as well as effective instructional techniques.
Training Materials:

Relevant software, books, and other training materials: This includes software for electrical design and simulation, textbooks and reference materials, training manuals, and any other resources that can support the training program.
II. Training Topics:

Electrical safety and regulations
Wiring design and installation techniques
Electrical theory and calculations
Manufacturing processes and techniques
Quality control and testing procedures
Equipment and tool use and maintenance

III. Relevant Standards and Regulations:

Indian Electricity Rules, 1956
Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS)
Factories Act, 1948

Environmental Protection Act, 1986
International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standards
International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standards
Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) standards
RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) Directive
WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Directive

From India, Bangalore

Sir/Madam, Both the views are good no more additions required Thanks
From India, Bangalore
Raghunath Sabat

Hi Hemant,

Setting up a training and development centre for engineers in your wiring manufacturing plant is a great idea to enhance their skills and ensure that they are up-to-date with the latest technologies and practices in the field. Here are some basic requirements and steps to consider when setting up such a centre:

Determine the Purpose and Goals: Before setting up a training centre, it is essential to identify the purpose and goals of the program. This includes defining the skills and knowledge that you want the engineers to acquire, the duration of the training program, and the outcomes that you hope to achieve.

Develop a Curriculum: Once you have identified the purpose and goals, you can start developing the curriculum. This includes creating a list of topics to cover and outlining the specific skills and knowledge that will be taught during the program.

Establish Training Facilities: You will need to provide a dedicated training facility that is equipped with the necessary tools, equipment, and materials for conducting the training program. The facility should have adequate space for classroom instruction as well as practical exercises.

Hire Qualified Trainers: To ensure that the training is effective, it is essential to hire experienced trainers who have the necessary skills and knowledge to teach the curriculum. You can either hire in-house trainers or contract with external trainers.

Obtain Necessary Approvals: Depending on your location and industry, you may need to obtain certain approvals and certifications to establish a training centre. For example, you may need to obtain approvals from local authorities and industry associations.

Promote the Training Program: To attract the right candidates for the program, it is important to promote the training program effectively. You can use various marketing channels such as social media, industry publications, and word-of-mouth referrals to spread the word about the program.

Monitor and Evaluate the Program: Once the training program is underway, it is essential to monitor and evaluate its effectiveness regularly. This includes measuring the progress of the engineers, soliciting feedback from participants, and making necessary adjustments to the curriculum and training facilities.

By following these steps, you can set up an effective training and development centre for engineers in your wiring manufacturing plant.


From India, Mumbai

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