QF AC LAC Elect Fit.pdf

AC/ LAC: Electrical Fitter

  • CodeIAF/Elect/080
  • SectorDefence
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours4100
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate of Training (D Trg), Air HQ
  • Certifying BodiesElectrical & Instrument Training Institute (E&ITI)& Regional Examining Board (Training) [REB(T)]
  • Proposed Occupation

    Aircraftsman /Leading Aircraftsman of Electrical Fitter

  • International Comparability

    Not known

  • Progression Pathway

    Job Progression
    ACLACCpl*Sgt*JWO*WOMWO
    *Subject to clearing promotion exam for Corporal (Cpl),
    Sergeant (Sgt) and Junior Warrant Officer (JWO)called
    as Corporal Promotion Exam (CPE), Sergeant Promotion
    Exam (SPE) and Junior Warrant Officer Promotion Exam
    (JPE)

  • Qualification File QF AC LAC Elect Fit.pdf
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    1. Knowledge about trade duty of Elect Fit in Station Battery Charging room. IAF/ELECT/080/01 Mandatory 360 4
    2. Awareness of Runway lighting section. IAF/ELECT/080/02 Mandatory 350 4
    3. Awareness of Mechanical Transport (MT) Electrical system IAF/ELECT/080/03 Mandatory 360 4
    4. Knowledge about role of Elect Fitin Electricity Bay IAF/ELECT/080/04 Mandatory 370 4
    5. Awareness of Daily servicing section (Electrical) IAF/ELECT/080/05 Mandatory 360 4
    6. Knowledge of Aircraft Repair and servicing section (Electrical) IAF/ELECT/080/06 Mandatory 460 4
    7. Knowledge of Daily Servicing Section (Instrument) IAF/ELECT/080/07 Mandatory 450 4
    8. Knowledge of Instrument Section. IAF/ELECT/080/08 Mandatory 460 4
    9. Knowledge of Instrument Repair Section. IAF/ELECT/080/09 Mandatory 460 4
    10. Knowledge of Aircraft Repair and servicing section (Instrument) IAF/ELECT/080/10 Mandatory 470 4
    TOTAL 4100
QF AC LAC Elect Fit.pdf

AC/LAC : Electronics Fitter

  • CodeIAF/Eltro/090
  • SectorDefence
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours4100
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate of Training (D Trg), Air HQ
  • Certifying BodiesElectronics Training Institute Air Force (ETI) & Regional Examining Board (Training) REB(T)
  • Proposed Occupation

    Aircraftsman /Leading Aircraftsman of Electronics Fitter

  • International Comparability

    Not known

  • Progression Pathway

    Job Progression
    AC/LACCpl*Sgt*JWO*WOMWO
    * Subject to clearing promotion exam for Corporal (Cpl),
    Sergeant (Sgt) and Junior Warrant Officer (JWO)called as
    Corporal Promotion Exam (CPE), Sergeant Promotion Exam
    (SPE) and Junior Warrant Promotion Exam (JPE)

  • Qualification File QF AC LAC Elect Fit.pdf
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    1. Air warriors are to be assessed in the knowledge of fundamentals of Flight and maintenance philosophy i.e. aircraft, its parts, functions and role in the flight and their maintenance IAF/Eltro/090/01 Mandatory 320 4
    2. Air warriors are to be assessed in understanding of Engineering drawing IAF/Eltro/090/02 Mandatory 280 4
    3. Air warriors are to possess knowledge of basic Electronics theory uses and role in ground radar / missiles /aircraft IAF/Eltro/090/03 Mandatory 300 4
    4. Air warriors are to be assessed in understanding of Electrical theory and power supply required for various electronic components IAF/Eltro/090/04 Mandatory 310 4
    5. Air warriors are to be assessed in understanding of Measuring instruments and test equipment their functions and role in aircraft IAF/Eltro/090/05 Mandatory 290 4
    6. Air warriors are to be assessed in understanding of Analog and digital electronics , their role in the sophisticated electronics equipment IAF/Eltro/090/06 Mandatory 330 4
    7. Air warriors are to be assessed in understanding of Guided weapon theory , its technology in missiles IAF/Eltro/090/07 Mandatory 270 4
    8. Air warriors are to be assessed in understanding of Computer technology IAF/Eltro/090/08 Mandatory 300 4
    9. Air warriors are to be assessed in understanding of Radar theory and advance radar theory/ Advanced electronics and communication engineering Mandatory 390 4
    10. Air warriors are to be assessed in understanding of Advanced Communication theory and radio telephony equipment IAF/Eltro/090/10 Mandatory 310 4
    11. Air warriors are to be assessed in understanding of Computer networking and AFNET IAF/Eltro/090/11 Mandatory 380 4
    12. Air warriors are to be assessed in understanding of Avionics systems , their testing and functional test including minor rectificationIAF/Eltro/090/12 Mandatory 300 4
    13. Industrial visits IAF/Eltro/090/13 Mandatory 320 4
    Total 4100
AC, LAC ESSA.pdf

AC/LAC: Environment Support Services Assistant

  • Job DescriptionTo maintain the safety of environment of the Air Force Station and to meet any fire contingency arising in and around the Air Force Station.For details refer Annexure- VI.
  • CodeIAF/ESSA/100
  • SectorDefence
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours3030
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate of Training, Air Headquarters
  • Certifying BodiesWorkshop Training Institute (WTI) & Regional Examining Board (Training)
  • Proposed Occupation

    Aircraftman/Leading Aircraftman(AC/LAC) of ESSA

  • Progression Pathway

    Job Progression
    ACLACCpl*Sgt*JWO*WOMWO
    *Subject to clearing promotion exam for Corporal (Cpl),
    Sergeant (Sgt) and Junior Warrant Officer (JWO) called
    as Corporal Promotion Exam (CPE), Sergeant Promotion
    Exam (SPE) and JWO Promotion Exam (JPE).

  • Qualification File AC, LAC ESSA.pdf
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    1. Capability to perform the role of ESSA as Machinist IAF/ESSA/100/01 Mandatory 1010 4
    2. Capability to perform the role of ESSA as Machinist IAF/ESSA/100/02 Mandatory 1010 4
    3. Capability to perform the role of ESSA as Photo Technician IAF/ESSA/100/03 Mandatory 1010 4
    Total 3030
AC, LAC GTI.pdf

AC/LAC : Ground Training Instructor

  • Job DescriptionTo perform the duties of Physical and sports Trainer for IAF personnel. For details refer Annexure- VI
  • CodeIAF/GTI/110
  • SectorDefence
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours3050
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate of Training, Air Headquarters
  • Certifying BodiesNon Technical Training Institute (NTTI) & Regional Examining Board (Training) REB(T)
  • Proposed Occupation

    Aircraftsman/ Leading Aircraftsman of GTI

  • Progression Pathway

    Job Progression
    ACLACCpl*Sgt*JWO*WOMWO
    *Subject to clearing promotion exam for Corporal (Cpl),
    Sergeant (Sgt) and Junior Warrant Officer (JWO) called as
    Corporal Promotion Exam (CPE), Sergeant Promotion Exam
    (SPE) and JWO Promotion Exam (JPE) respectively.

  • Qualification File AC, LAC GTI.pdf
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    1. PT vaulting and gymnastics, road work endurance, training obstacles course, mat work, box work, log and beam exercises, PT games and recreational exercises and tabloid sports to all airmen. IAF/GTI/110/01 Mandatory 300 4
    2. Physical Fitness Rating test of all personnel at a Unit. IAF/GTI/110/02 Mandatory 250 4
    3. Organising major and minor games and sports at a unit. IAF/GTI/110/03 Mandatory 300 4
    4. Care and maintenance of sports fields, gymnastics and PT equipment, and sports gear. IAF/GTI/110/04 Mandatory 300 4
    5. Swimming (all strokes) diving and life saving IAF/GTI/110/05 Mandatory 320 4
    6. Training of recruits/flight cadets in IAF in foot drill, arms drill and impart instruction on Unit/Station Parades, guard of honour and sentry drill IAF/GTI/110/06 Mandatory 380 4
    7. Small arms training on rifles, Bren LMG, Stem MC, Revolver, Pistol and Bayonet with safety precaution in handling fire arms, care and maintenance loading and un-loading, firing stoppages and remedy. IAF/GTI/110/07 Mandatory 390 4
    8. Maintenance of parade grounds and marking them for parade. IAF/GTI/110/08 Mandatory 310 4
    9. First aid. IAF/GTI/110/09 Mandatory 250 4
    10. Handling and operation of fire appliances IAF/GTI/110/10 Mandatory 250 4
    Total 3050
QF AC LAC Elect Fit.pdf

AC/LAC : Indian Air Force (Police)

  • CodeIAF/Sec(P)/130
  • SectorDefence
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours3200
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate of Training (D Trg), Air HQ
  • Certifying BodiesAir Force Police & Security Training Institute (AFP&STI) & Regional Examining Board (Training) REB (T)
  • Proposed Occupation

    Aircraftsman/Leading Aircraftsman (LAC), Indian Air
    Force (Police)

  • International Comparability

    Not known

  • Progression Pathway

    Job Progression
    ACLACCpl*Sgt *JWO*WOMWO
    *Subject to clearing promotion exam for Corporal (Cpl),
    Sergeant (Sgt) and Junior Warrant Officer (JWO) called
    as Corporal Promotion Exam (CPE), Sergeant Promotion
    Exam (SPE) and JWO Promotion Exam (JPE)

  • Qualification File QF AC LAC Elect Fit.pdf
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    1. Station Guard Room / Provost Desk IAF/Sec(P)/130/01 Mandatory 520 4
    2. Visitor pass procedures IAF/Sec(P)/130/02 Mandatory 310 4
    3. Detention Room IAF/Sec(P)/130/03 Mandatory 330 4
    4. Gate duties IAF/Sec(P)/130/04 Mandatory 340 4
    5. Patrolling of the area IAF/Sec(P)/130/05 Mandatory 400 4
    6. Traffic Control Signalling IAF/Sec(P)/130/06 Mandatory 320 4
    7. Discipline and dealing with absentees reporting voluntarily IAF/Sec(P)/130/07 Mandatory 320 4
    8. Escorting of Convoy IAF/Sec(P)/130/08 Mandatory 330 4
    9. Defence Service Corps (DSC) IAF/Sec(P)/130/09 Mandatory 330 4
    Total 3200
QF AC LAC Elect Fit.pdf

AC/LAC : Indian Air Force (Security)

  • CodeIAF/Sec(S)/120
  • SectorDefence
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours4380
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate of Ops (Garud)
  • Certifying BodiesGarud Regimental Training Centre (GRTC) & Regional Examining Board (Training) REB(T)
  • Proposed Occupation

    AC/LAC of IAF Security

  • International Comparability

    Not known

  • Progression Pathway

    Job Progression
    ACLACCPL*SGT*JWO*WOMWO
    *Subject to clearing promotion exam for Corporal
    (Cpl), Sergeant (Sgt) and Junior Warrant Officer
    (JWO) called as Corporal Promotion Exam
    (CPE), Sergeant Promotion Exam (SPE) and
    Junior Warrant Officer Promotion Exam (JPE)

  • Qualification File QF AC LAC Elect Fit.pdf
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    1. Knowledge of Shift Duties in Garud Control Centre (GCC)/ Garud Emergency Response Team (GERT) IAF/Sec(S)/120/01 Mandatory 880 4
    2. Fundamentals of dealing with exigencies IAF/Sec(S)/120/02 Mandatory 880 4
    3. Capability to Handle Contingencies IAF/Sec(S)/120/03 Mandatory 860 4
    4. Knowledge about the procedure for Patrolling of the area IAF/Sec(S)/120/04 Mandatory 880 4
    5. Knowledge of Training/Para Currency/Skill/ Mission IAF/Sec(S)/120/05 Mandatory 880 4
    Total 4380
AC, LAC LGS ASST.pdf

AC/LAC : Logistics Assistant

  • CodeIAF/Lgs/140
  • SectorDefence
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours2700
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate of Training (D Trg), Air Headquarters
  • Certifying BodiesNon Technical Training Institute, Air Force (NTTI, AF) & Regional Examining Board (Training)
  • Proposed Occupation

    Leading Aircraftsman of Logistics Trade

  • Progression Pathway

    Job Progression
    ACLACCpl*Sgt*JWO*WOMWO
    *Subject to clearing promotion exam for Corporal (Cpl),
    Sergeant (Sgt) and Junior Warrant Officer (JWO) called as
    Corporal Promotion Exam (CPE), Sergeant Promotion Exam
    (SPE) and JWO Promotion Exam (JPE) respectively.

  • Qualification File AC, LAC LGS ASST.pdf
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    1. Capability to undertake the entire range of work of a Logistics Assistant tradesmen in Logistics Section of a Base. IAF/Lgs/140-4/01 Mandatory 220 4
    2. Knowledge/awareness on Equipment Accounting IAF/Lgs/140-4/02 Mandatory 220 4
    3. Knowledge/awareness on Issue and dispatch IAF/Lgs/140-4/03 Mandatory 230 4
    4. Knowledge/awareness on Store Maintenance IAF/Lgs/140-4/04 Mandatory 220 4
    5. Knowledge/awareness on Handling of Explosive IAF/Lgs/140-4/05 Mandatory 230 4
    6. Knowledge/awareness on Handling and operation of first aid fire appliances. IAF/Lgs/140-4/06 Mandatory 220 4
    7. Knowledge/awareness on Forward supply system IAF/Lgs/140-4/07 Mandatory 220 4
    8. Knowledge/awareness on Cargo handling IAF/Lgs/140-4/08 Mandatory 240 4
    Total 1700
QF AC LAC MECH SYSTEM FITTER.pdf

AC/LAC: Mechanical System Fitter

  • Job DescriptionShould be able to recognise the troubleshooting problems, carry on repair works on engine system, carburettor, gearbox, brake and wheel, ignition system, electrical system. Ist&IInd line servicing and maintenance of all ground equipment. Knowledge of repair tasks, servicing pertaining to missile frames, engine propellants & warheads. Details placed at Annexure- VI
  • CodeIAF/Mech/150
  • SectorDefence
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours4140
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate of Training (D Trg), Air HQ
  • Certifying BodiesWorkshop Training Institute (WTI) & Regional Examining Board (Training) [REB(T)]
  • Proposed Occupation

    Aircraftsman/ Leading Air Craftsman of Mechanical System Fitter

  • Progression Pathway

    Job Progression ACLACCpl*Sgt*JWO*WOMWO *Subject to clearing promotion exam for Corporal (Cpl), Sergeant (Sgt) and Junior Warrant Officer (JWO)called as Corporal Promotion Exam (CPE), Sergeant Promotion Exam (SPE) and Junior Warrant Officer Promotion Exam (JPE)

  • Qualification File QF AC LAC MECH SYSTEM FITTER.pdf
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    1. Knowledge of repair, servicing pertaining to missile frame, engine, propellants (both solid and liquid) and warheads. IAF/Mech/150/01 Mandatory 400 4
    2. Knowledge of maintenance of air compressors. IAF/Mech/150/02 Mandatory 300 4
    3. Knowledge of first and second line servicing and maintenance of all aircraft ground equipment and their sub-assemblies. IAF/Mech/150/03 Mandatory 500 4
    4. Knowledge of diagnosis and rectification, common manning faults such as Airlocks, Bleeding, vibration over speeding etc, reassembling hydraulic and pneumatic components such as compressors, jacks and pumps etc. IAF/Mech/150/04 Mandatory 400 4
    5. Knowledge of storage servicing and maintenance of all ground equipment. IAF/Mech/150/05 Mandatory 400 4
    6. Knowledge regarding amendment of publication, servicing schedules and TSIs. IAF/Mech/150/06 Mandatory 340 4
    7. Knowledge of operation of refueling/defueling of aircraft (Helicopter, Fighter, Transport and Bomber), and its documentation and maintain refueller tank free from contamination. IAF/Mech/150/07 Mandatory 500 4
    8. Knowledge of first and second line servicing and maintenance of mounted equipment of Mechanical Transport (MT), its prime mover and related accessories such as refuellers, UPEGA, compressors, Sudan pumps, AKASA and air charges etc). IAF/Mech/150/08 Mandatory 500 4
    9. Knowledge of Engineering drawing. IAF/Mech/150/09 Mandatory 400 4
    10. Knowledge of quality control of Fuel, Oil and Lubricants IAF/Mech/150/10 Mandatory 400 4
    Total 4140
AC, LAC MED ASST.pdf

AC/LAC : Medical Assistant

  • Job DescriptionAble to perform tasks of a paramedic. Details placed at Annexure-VI
  • CodeIAF/MED/160
  • SectorDefence
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours3120
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate of Training (D Trg), Air HQ& Regional Examining Board (Training) REB(T)
  • Certifying BodiesMedical Training Centre
  • Proposed Occupation

    AC/LAC of Medical Assistant

  • Progression Pathway

    Job Progression
    ACLACCpl*Sgt*JWO*WOMWO
    *Subject to clearing promotion exam for Corporal (Cpl),
    Sergeant (Sgt) and Junior Warrant Officer (JWO)called
    as Corporal Promotion Exam (CPE/ Course End Exam
    NCOs’ Course), Sergeant Promotion Exam (SPE) and
    JWO Promotion Exam (JPE/ Course End Exam JWO
    Leadership Course)

  • Qualification File AC, LAC MED ASST.pdf
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    1. BasicNursing aspects IAF/MED/160/01 Mandatory 400 4
    2. First-Aid IAF/MED/160/02 Mandatory 400 4
    3. Preventive Medicine IAF/MED/160/03 Mandatory 400 4
    4. Anatomy & Physiology IAF/MED/160/04 Mandatory 400 4
    5. Dispensing. IAF/MED/160/05 Mandatory 400 4
    6.Medical Administration IAF/MED/160/06 Mandatory 400 4
    7. Crash Procedures and Air Evacuation IAF/MED/160/07 Mandatory 400 4
    8. IT Awareness IAF/MED/160/08 Mandatory 320 4
    Total 3120
AC, LAC MET ASST.pdf

AC / LAC: Meteorological Assistant

  • Job DescriptionTo perform the duties of Weather Observer for safe and successful completion of air and ground mission as well as maintenance of Flight Safety. For details refer Annexure- VI
  • CodeIAF/Met/170
  • SectorDefence
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours3860
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate of Training (D Trg), Air HQ
  • Certifying BodiesWorkshop Training Institute (WTI) and Regional Examining Board (Training)
  • Proposed Occupation

    AC/LAC of Met Asst trade

  • Progression Pathway

    ACLACCpl*Sgt*JWO*WOMWO
    *Subject to clearing promotion exam for Corporal (Cpl),
    Sergeant (Sgt) and Junior Warrant Officer (JWO) called as
    Corporal Promotion Exam (CPE), Sergeant Promotion Exam
    (SPE) and Junior Warrant Officer Promotion Exam (JPE).

  • Qualification File AC, LAC MET ASST.pdf
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    1.Entire range of work and Shift Duties of Met Observer IAF/MET/170/01 Mandatory 460 4
    2. Plotting and Charting IAF/MET/170/02 Mandatory 420 4
    3.Met Instruments IAF/MET/170/03 Mandatory 430 4
    4. Met Software and websites IAF/MET/170/04 Mandatory 430 4
    5. Hydrogen gas and PB ascent IAF/MET/170/05 Mandatory 410 4
    6. Modern Met Equipment IAF/MET/170/06 Mandatory 430 4
    7.Tephi-gram IAF/MET/170/07 Mandatory 450 4
    8. Field Equipment IAF/MET/170/08 Mandatory 420 4
    9.Helipad duties IAF/MET/170/09 Mandatory 410 4
    Total 3860

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