(BMFU 3935)


Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course, students should be able to:

[1]   Apply skills and knowledge on engineering fundamentals.

[2]   Analyse and/or solve engineering related problems in industry using methods, tools and techniques learnt at the university.

[3]   Demonstrate ethique and professionalism in engineering practice.

[4]   Able to communicate effectively with the technical community and produce effective reports and presentations.


Industrial training is a compulsory component for degree program students at Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM). The experiences and skills acquired from a period of placement can be invaluable and provide the advantage to the students when applying for employment after graduation. During the training period with the relevant industry, students are expected to involve in the following areas of training in order to achieve the underlying objectives, such as; Manufacturing / production process and / or its optimization process, Mechanical design and product / system development, Maintenance and repair of machineries or equipments, and Product testing & quality control. After completing those training, the students are expected to possess a certain level of “hands – on practical experience” related to their own field of studies particularly.


[1]   Faculty of Manufacturing Engineering Student ‘s Log Book, 2008, FKP.

[2]   Faculty of Manufacturing Engineering Industrial Training Guide Book, 2007, 2nd Edition, FKP.