WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY provides exposure and knowledge in using hand tools, machine operation such as drilling, lathe, milling and computer numerical control. It also covers on gear measurement and inspection welding process in oxy acetylene, Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) and Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW).

Manufacturing Workshop Practice 2 develop student's knowledge and skills on welding, conventional and advanced machining. The conventional machining emphasis on handling of milling and grinding while advanced machining exposes the student to EDM, CNC lathe and CNC milling. This module also covers TIG and MIG welding for 3G position and pipe welding.

 MANUFACTURING WORKSHOP PRACTICE 1 exposes the students to the basic principles of manufacturing processes, industrial environment, and hands on experiences. This course enables student to apply knowledge and develop required technical skills on plastic processing, sand casting, conventional machining and TIG/MIG welding. The workshop practice helps the students to practice appropriate safety procedures and standard operation on completing a project. The practical skill also covers the planning skills, supervising the design, inspecting and testing the welding task in order to meet the quality requirement.