Course admission requirements:
- No previous knowledge or experience in the field of manual work is required
- The Salesian Institute presents this program on leatherwork in the form of lessons divided into units that encourage participants to interact and participate to learn the simplest methods and manual skills to transform traditional things into more effective things using the simplest tools available, instead of producing it by machines in a factory.
Topics covered during the course:
- What is artificial leather and its advantages, disadvantages and types of trade names.
- Distinguish between natural leather and artificial leather.
- The lifespan of artificial leather and tools used for manufacturing uses of artificial leather.
- Learn to manufacture different sizes of bags, wallets and mobile cases using artificial leather.
- Learn to make accessories using faux leather and beads.
- Learn to manufacture different medals.
Who is this course for:
- People interested in learning handicrafts and interested in renewing and developing their skills.
This course is held four times a week for two hours of lecture.
– 5% of behavior during the session.
– 5% of attendance and tardiness
– 20% of practical exercises.
– 20% mid-cycle exam.
– 50% of the final exam for the course.
Lowest passing score (60%)
Very important note:
“In case of a failure in the course, you do not have the right to obtain a certificate from the institute, bearing in mind that if you pass the exams, you will obtain a certificate approved by the institute and the Italian embassy, and it will be ratified by the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and you can work with it outside the Arab Republic of Egypt. With our wishes for success and success for all…