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CYCLE REPAIR

TRAINING PROGRAM

INSTRUCTIONAL SYSTEM
DESIGN PRESENTATION

Rahul Dey. Rajnish Patidar. Vivek Tyagi. . Vedic Choubey.Shirin Kumar. Varun Verma.Conceptualised By : Group Leader : Snehan Peshin Anuj Kamble . Snehan Peshin. Bharath Raghunath.Preetham M. Rohit R.

its mechanism and common malfunctioning of various parts of a bicycle. Goals  To enable the trainees to repair and maintain a bicycle.  To facilitate better employment opportunities in this field .  Any vehicle needs maintenance to keep performing reliably.  To gain knowledge about every aspect of a bicycle. hence cycle maintenance is very important for the people. ANALYSIS Why Such a Course  Cycle is one of the most common and sometimes only means of transport in rural areas. To keep a bicycle in working condition. proper maintenance is necessary.  Large number of low quality cycles and limited cycle repair shops. .

PREREQUISITE S Learner should be conversant in the local language. 1 Teaching and 1 Practical assistant per class . Cost/Resources Required  A bicycle workshop. sufficient hardware stock.

 Repairing of bicycle-chain.  All other types of repairing in a bicycle. their cost.  Repairing of bicycle-paddles. . lifetime and how to handle them  Repairing of tyre puncture. DESIGN Objectives of the course :  To be acquainted to different types of bicycle in the market  Detailed study on different parts of a bicycle.  Servicing of bicycle.  Repairing of brakes.

valves. Introduction to repair equipments Types of repair equipments and their safe usage. Teaching Hours : 2 Hours Lectures and 1 Hour Practical 4. Teaching Hours : 1 Hour Lecture and Practical each 3. repairing and replacement methods in case of brake failure. Teaching Hours : 1 Hour Lecture 2. Teaching Hours : 2 Hours Lectures and 1 Hour Practical . methods to repair punctured tires. tire pressure.INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS 1. Introduction Basic understanding of different models of a cycle and its parts. etc. Tires Structure of tire. Braking System Working of the braking system.

) 5. Practical : 4 Hours. Lectures : 8 Hours.INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS (CONTD. Final Test : 4 Hours. replacement in case of damage. a demonstration to be done by trainees themselves. a small quiz and after practical. Extra Resources: Hand Book . Frame Top tube. seat tube. Lecture Notes . down tube. Teaching Hours : 2 Hours Lectures and 1 Hour Practical Total Hours : 18 Hours. 3 weeks for completion of course. Doubt Class : 2 Hours. Assessment: After every lecture. 3x2 Hours each day on weekends(except on National Holidays). chain stay and their assembly. seat stay.

to be followed by all instructors. DEVELOPMENT Course Material:  Instructors will decide the course outlay and progression. a hand-book be made as a ready reference for distribution among trainees.  Simple oral quizzes can be used to test trainees. .  Instructors will formulate course guidelines.  In consultation with the instructors.  Trainees can take hard copy notes for future reference.

COURSE SPECIFICATION MATRIX .

GENERIC OUTCOMES Outcome 1: ability to apply the knowledge about bicycle and its various parts Outcome 2: ability to work with different parts of the Bicycle and to be able to assemble/ disintegrate them Outcome 3: ability to meet desired needs for the best working of the Bicycle Outcome 4: ability to analyze important problems prevailing in the market and to help to contain them Outcome 5: ability to communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts Outcome 6: ability to work using various standard methods and to be able to apply them for safety and long life of parts Outcome 7: to be able to apply the knowledge in various practical situations .

valves. Objective 1: ability to apply the knowledge about bicycle and its various parts Objective 2: : ability to work with different parts of the Bicycle and to be able to assemble/ disintegrate them Objective 3: ability to meet desired needs for the best working of the Bicycle Objective 4: ability to analyze important problems prevailing in the market and to help to contain them Objective 5: ability to communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts . etc. 2. tire pressure.Outcome-related learning Outcome OC OC OC OC OC OC OC 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2 1 2 1 . Tires 3 2 3 2 2 3 Structure of tire. Introduction to repair equipments 1 1 1 Types of repair equipments and their safe usage. 3. methods to repair punctured tires. Introduction Basic understanding of different models of a cycle and its parts.

repairing and replacement methods in case of brake failure. Braking System 2 3 2 1 3 2 Working of the braking system. 5. chain stay and their assembly. Objective 1: ability to apply the knowledge about bicycle and its various parts Objective 2: : ability to work with different parts of the Bicycle and to be able to assemble/ disassemble them Objective 3: ability to meet desired needs for the best working of the Bicycle Objective 4: ability to analyze important problems prevailing in the market and to help to contain them Objective 5: ability to communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts Objective 6: ability to work using various standard methods and to be able . seat tube.Outcome-related learning objective OC OC OC OC OC OC OC 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 4. seat stay. Frame 2 2 3 1 2 3 Top tube. replacement in case of damage. down tube.

4.Testing and evaluating:  Practicals will be used to check the skill of trainees.  Accuracy. skill and speed will be the parameters of evaluation.  A final practical test will determine the proficiency level of the trainee. Dissatisfactory. Highly skilled. Since the course is one of vocational training. 2. Employable. Marking /Grading :The trainees can be awarded with one of four proficiency levels: 1. . Satisfactory. only practicals are being used for evaluation. 3.

( Troubleshooting )  Basic knowledge of motorized vehicles will also be provided.  Testing a cycle will be taught.( As an Edge in the Competition ) .  Hands-on experience in repairing cycles with various faults of different levels of difficulty in repair.  Instructors will also be chosen such that they know the local language for better interaction. IMPLEMENTATION • Recruitment of instructors:  Instructors will be recruited from owners and employees of cycle repair shops. • Training of trainees:  Training in the proper execution of the required techniques and the correct use of the tools necessary.

 Trainees will be employed in an actual cycle repair shop for a certain period of time. if they are known to be reliable. trainees will be kept in contact with for any material support they require and for the purpose of evaluation. . Setting up a shop:  Basic knowledge of business management as a whole will be provided.  Future Support:  Small funds will be provided to trainees as required to assist them.  Also.

 The employment rate and income of trainees shall be recorded at regular time intervals and reviewed.  Feedback from concerned customers will also be collected.  Instructors will also visit the required shops to check the trainees’ proficiency in cycle repair. .EVALUATION Student Evaluation:  Collection of feedback from owners of cycle repair shops where the trainees had been or are presently employed will be done.

. for future implementation of solutions in the program.  Feedback will also be reviewed for required changes in the course material.  New techniques and material will also be integrated into the course as and when deemed necessary by the instructors. which will be removed as needed. Course Evaluation:  Instructors will review the course for unnecessary material.Program Evaluation:  Common shortcomings in the trainees will be evaluated.

It can be implemented in every type of environment due to its versatility and wide mass appeal.CONCLUSION This model can be tried at a mock level to validate it first. It is very cheap and very affordable for poor people while helping them gaining skills. . Over time this can be further integrated with the competitive market to further widen its reach to the masses.