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Workshop science and calculation refer to the processes of applying scientific principles and calculations to practical tasks in a workshop setting. This includes developing models, prototypes, and designs, as well as calculating dimensions, capacities, tolerances, and other parameters necessary to ensure the success and safety of the project.


Trade theory is a subject within the field of International Trade. It involves the study of concepts, principles, and models that help explain the patterns and outcomes of international trade.


Employability skills are a set of abilities, qualities, and knowledge required to perform a job and succeed in one’s career. These skills go beyond technical or academic skills and include communication, problem-solving, teamwork, leadership, adaptability, critical thinking, time management, and self-management.


Engineering drawing visually represents an object or project’s technical specifications and requirements. It is a way to communicate complex designs, dimensions, materials, and manufacturing information to others involved in the production process.

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