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Improvements made to manmade things such as tools, structures and machines are largely due to the efforts of people in the field of engineering. These people combine creativity with mathematics and worldly knowledge, resulting in innovation.

 

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The International Institute Of Plant Engineering And Design

This is a special course for students who are working and studying at the same time. It is a self-paced course about Static Equipment. The course is suitable for engineer ... [+]

This is a special course for students who are working and studying at the same time. It is a self-paced course about Static Equipment. The course is suitable for engineering or science graduates who wish to become familiar with the engineering principles involved in the design of the static equipment.

This course is proving popular within process industry companies wishing to introduce graduates to all aspects of static equipment. The workload is lower to accommodate the work/learn situation of the student. The student is expected to work at the material one hour per day, 5 days a week. There is a Course Tutor available to facilitate online discussion and to assess the final project.... [-]

Netherlands Netherlands Online
September 2019
Part time
Online
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The International Institute Of Plant Engineering And Design

The flexibility analysis of piping systems is carried out by skilled persons within engineering companies. The course is created and conducted by qualified professional e ... [+]

The flexibility analysis of piping systems is carried out by skilled persons within engineering companies. The course is created and conducted by qualified professional engineers and is based on years of experience. The purpose of this course is to train flexibility analysis, to engineers with some years of experience in the piping discipline.

Course Format

This course consists of some study material in pdf, multiple-choice tests and case studies. The course emphasis is laid on the solution of practical designs and calculations with the help of the tutor. The participant receives feedback from the instructor via the discussion forum and web conferences.

What you'll learn Week 1: Introduction to flexibility analysis Week 2: Pipe stress classification. Failure theory. Admissible stress Week 3: Stress intensification coefficients Week 4: Basic piping support elements Week 5: Thermal expansion. Analysis of sustained case Week 6: Analysis of operation case: pipe racks Week 7: Analysis of operation case: static equipment Week 8: Analysis of operation case: piping Week 9: Analysis of flange leakage Week 10: Analysis of occasional loads: wind and earthquake Week 11: Introduction to dynamic analysis. Other pipe supports. Week 12: Final project Prerequisites ... [-]
Netherlands Netherlands Online
September 2019
Part time
12 
Online
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MADIN USAL

Extraordinary Course: Principles of Rehabilitation in Building. ... [+]

Extraordinary Course:

Principles of Rehabilitation in Building.

Custom time and duration.

20 hours. 2 Credits.

Cost: 90 € Ordinary Registration. 60 € University students.

Certificate: Every two months will be issued an Official Diploma issued by the University of Salamanca. Know the study and work phases of a rehabilitation and restoration project. Study a real building restoration project, to familiarize yourself with the usual work methodology in a restoration and rehabilitation project.

The student will add value to their projects and working groups.

PROGRAM Rehabilitation Methodology. (Professor Roberto Silguero). Preliminar... [-]
Spain Salamanca
September 2019
Part time
20 
Online
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NIVA Education

Work disability occurs when a worker is unable to resume or remain at work because of a health problem. Poor employee health or work disability leads to productivity loss ... [+]

Work disability occurs when a worker is unable to resume or remain at work because of a health problem. Poor employee health or work disability leads to productivity loss and imposes large individual, social, and economical burdens. It is also a major concern to workers, their families, employers, policymakers, insurers, and occupational health service providers. This online course is a short introduction to the topic and will give a good basis to attend part 2 and 3. The objectives of this online course are to disseminate transdisciplinary WDP knowledge with a focus on theoretical, methodological, ethical and practical challenges. The target audience is Ph.D. students, post-doctoral fellows, and practitioners with a master’s degree who are linked to the WDP field. The online course material is based on a traditional NIVA course held in Helsinki in June 2016. The lecturers are responsible for the content of their own lectures. NIVA is responsible for the composition of the online course. If you are interested in the subject area at large, or if you are planning to attend the NIVA course WDP 2 in June 2017 we recommend buying the online course and watching the material.... [-]

Finland Finland Online
Part time
Online
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E-Careers

Prepare to take the official examination to become recognised globally as a health and safety professional in international practices with this International General Cert ... [+]

What are the objectives of this course? Start by gaining a good grounding in the management of international health and safety (IGC1) – foundations and health and safety management systems Progress to learning about the control of international workplace hazards (GC2) – workplace hazards, transport hazards and risk control, musculoskeletal hazards and risk control, work equipment hazards, electrical safety, fire safety, chemical and biological health hazards and physical and psychological hazards. Complete your skillset by covering international health and safety practical application (GC3). Who is it intended for?

Anyone who is looking to take their health and safety know-how to an international level.... [-]

United Kingdom UK Online Slough
Open Enrolment
Part time
Online
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E-Careers

Attain the NEBOSH International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety to confidently work in an industry that is known to need the best health and safet ... [+]

What are the objectives of this course? Cover environmental management in the oil and gas industry. All you need to know regarding hydrocarbon process safety. Fire protection and emergency response essentials. Who is it intended for?

This course is for anyone who is currently in, or going in to, the oil and gas industry and need a world recognised set of health and safety principles to maintain best practice on a day-to-day basis.

Requirements

There are no pre-requisites for this course.

What marks this course apart?

People who hold the NEBOSH International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety can work either onshore or offshore, they can usually function in roles such as HSE Manager, Officer or Supervisor.... [-]

United Kingdom UK Online Slough
Open Enrolment
Part time
Online
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E-Careers

Become accredited by Europe’s leading health and safety body, The Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) by exploring the fundamentals of health and safety in ... [+]

What are the objectives of this course?

The course is designed to promote basic awareness of health and safety best practice in the workplace. Upon completion of the course, students will sit an exam which they will need to pass to gain certification. The exam consists of 10 multiple choice questions and a hazard spotting exercise.

Recognise the need to work safely. Take preventative action and implement precautionary measures so as to not put themselves or others at risk. Recognise the importance of taking the appropriate precautions to prevent any health and safety issues from arising in the workplace. Use appropriate workplace precautions and preventative measures in order to create a healthy, safe and sustainable working environment. Understand emergency procedures and accident plans in their place of work and ensure that individual responsibilities are clearly understood in the event of a health and safety incident. Appreciate how industry affects the environment and list the ways in which individuals can minimise pollution and waste. Who is it intended for? ... [-]
United Kingdom UK Online Slough
Open Enrolment
Part time
Online
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FutureLearn

Discover how biomaterials and 3D printing collide, to create revolutionary, bioprinted body parts, with this free online course. ... [+]

You may be aware of 3D printing or have seen low-cost 3D printers that can create plastic toys, replicas, and objects of your own design. But did you know that 3D printing is also enabling life-saving and transforming medical procedures, which were unthinkable a few years ago? The world of medicine and biomaterials has collided with advances in 3D printing, creating a new clinical paradigm in biomedicine: 3D bioprinting. This online course tells the story of this revolution, introducing you to commonly used biomaterials and bioprinting techniques.

What topics will you cover? The multidisciplinary nature of clinical 3D bioprinting The advantages and limitations of 3D modeling software for bioprinting The 3D printing process (the problem, design, material selection and object fabrication) Case studies of biomaterials enhancing lives (e.g. Robohand, Titanium heel, glaucoma implants) The nature and variety of materials for prosthetics and structural supports used in 3D bioprinting The difference between an implant and a prosthetic Innovative bioactive research (e.g. cartilage, biopens, skin regeneration) The ethical and regulatory issues involved in new medical treatments and the future of 3D bioprinting Communicating with the community on matters of new medical systems What will you achieve? ... [-]
United Kingdom UK Online
June 2019
Part time
Online
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FutureLearn

Learn how to use the free, open source process mining framework (ProM) to analyse, visualise, and improve processes based on data. ... [+]

Learn to get a critical, process-centric perspective on data

Process mining combines business process management with data science. Using process mining, you can analyse and visualise business processes based on event data recorded in event logs. For example, you could analyse how people use public transportation; verify whether a loan application is processed correctly by a bank, or predict when hardware parts are likely to fail. This online course will give you an introduction to this new and exciting field.

What topics will you cover?

Process mining provides a critical, process-centric perspective on data, which is not available with classical data mining or machine learning techniques. For example, with process mining you can:... [-]

United Kingdom UK Online
January 2020
Part time
Online
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TU Delft Open & Online Education

Rotor and wake aerodynamics are key to many applications such as helicopter and propeller rotors in transport and wind turbines for electricity generation. But rotors hav ... [+]

Rotor and wake aerodynamics are key to many applications such as helicopter and propeller rotors in transport and wind turbines for electricity generation. But rotors have a tendency to generate three-dimensional unsteady aerodynamic phenomena that are complex both to understand and to model.

For anyone working in the development and production of helicopter or wind turbine blades, this course is invaluable. It will deliver a depth of knowledge of the science and an ability to apply the technology that will enhance the careers of those already in the industry and the prospects of those wishing to enter it.

The course focuses on the following topics:

Momentum theory applied to rotor simulation and design and potential flow models for rotors Airfoil aerodynamics Unsteady aerodynamics Aeroacoustics Wake aerodynamic ... [-]
Netherlands Netherlands Online
February 2019
Part time
17 
Online
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TU Delft Open & Online Education

Learn how to apply cutting-edge knowledge of aeroacoustics in a simple and effective way. After taking this course you will be able to reliably measure noise in a variety ... [+]

Learn how to apply cutting-edge knowledge of aeroacoustics in a simple and effective way. After taking this course you will be able to reliably measure noise in a variety of mechanical systems and develop noise reduction strategies to improve their aerodynamic design and performance.

Over the last few years, the field of aeroacoustics has developed rapidly in finding solutions for reducing noise from aircraft, engines, ventilation systems and wind turbines. However, finding the right balance between achieving maximum performance (of mechanical systems such as airplanes, cars, drones, etc.) and lowering their noise output to comply with noise regulations, and ensure people's comfort and health, is a complicated task.... [-]

Netherlands Netherlands Online
January 2020
Part time
Online
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TU Delft Open & Online Education

Learn how to design and build with Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP), the new high-performance composite material for structural engineering. ... [+]

Learn how to design and build with Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP), the new high-performance composite material for structural engineering.

Benefits of using FRPs FRPs offer designers opportunities for innovative, free-form design; Construction companies can benefit from reducing the weight of a bridge deck for example and experience a snowball effect with reductions in the costs for foundations, lifting equipment, transportation, bearings, etc.; Infrastructure owners can make profits in the long term by investing in FRP structures which are corrosion and fatigue-free and therefore exclude costly and time-consuming maintenance. FRPs in building and infrastructure

In this course, you will learn about engineering applications with FRPs in building and infrastructure development. There are more widely available courses about the use of composite materials in the field of aerospace engineering. But aspects and requirements such as scale, laminate composition, nature of loading, environment, life-span, production techniques and tolerances, quality control, inspection, and maintenance are quite different in construction projects compared with aerospace and automotive applications.... [-]

Netherlands Netherlands Online
September 2019
Part time
Online
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TU Delft Open & Online Education

How do designers incorporate their personal vision for the future into their designs? Join this course to move beyond human-centered design and learn a unique design appr ... [+]

How do designers incorporate their personal vision for the future into their designs? Join this course to move beyond human-centered design and learn a unique design approach where your own vision plays a central role. This course provides training for professional designers and other innovation professionals in the design method 'Vision in Product Design' (ViP). ViP is a method developed at TU Delft that forces you to examine the ideas underlying your design in great detail, before coming to a manifestation: What exactly is it that you want people to understand, experience or do? The rationale behind this method is designing for the future. The majority of institutional design today is focused on a human-centered approach, using user research as the primary input for designing products and services. However, this approach is not foolproof, especially when designing for a future context which users cannot predict and/or do not have an explicit vision for. Instead of trying to formulate a product idea that matches the goal, the ViP method asks the designer to come up with a vision of the relationship between the user and the product, and then use that vision as the basis for your design. The ViP design approach is grounded in three basic principles:... [-]

Netherlands Netherlands Online
September 2019
Online
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TU Delft Open & Online Education

Are you a (project) engineer with a technical background but lack management knowledge? Are you eager to improve project performance and want to expand your knowledge? ... [+]

Are you a (project) engineer with a technical background but lack management knowledge? Are you eager to improve project performance and want to expand your knowledge?

This business and management course will focus on the necessary project management skills to successfully manage projects, distinguishing three areas:

The project manager and the team The project process The project context

The course focuses on the early project phases, including examples from technical projects within various sectors and industries (amongst others, but not limited to, infrastructure projects and construction projects).

At the end of this course, you will have created your own project execution plan, either in a team effort or on an individual basis. Of course, the team effort allows for a special learning experience and we appraise active team participation.... [-]

Netherlands Netherlands Online
October 2019
Part time
Online
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TU Delft Open & Online Education

Understanding the complexity of today's sophisticated railway systems will give you a better insight into how this safe and reliable transportation system works. We will ... [+]

Have you ever wondered what it takes to get your train on the right platform at the scheduled time every day?

Understanding the complexity of today's sophisticated railway systems will give you a better insight into how this safe and reliable transportation system works. We will show you the many factors which are involved and how multiple people, behind the scenes, have a daily task that enables you to get from home to work. Journey with us into the world of rail - a complex system that connects people, cities, and countries.

Railway systems entail much more than a train and a track. They are based on advanced technical and operational solutions, dealing with continuously changing demands for more efficient transport for both passengers and freight every day. Each system consists of many components that must be properly integrated: from trains, tracks, stations, signaling and control systems, through monitoring, maintenance and the impact on cities, landscape, and people. This integration is the big challenge and the source of many train delays, inconvenient connections and other issues that impact our society.... [-]

Netherlands Netherlands Online
October 2019
Part time
Online
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