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Engineering Training & Development

Our specialist courses are tailored to the needs of industry professionals and combine academic rigor with applications to real-world situations. We provide educational opportunities covering numerous engineering and technical disciplines and offer them in many different ways, including customer onsite training. Our instructors are experts in their fields with some of them having even authored the codes and standards that they teach. These courses are aimed at individuals who are new to the engineering industry or in entry level roles within the industry with basic material or mechanical knowledge, as well as personnel who are looking for a broader understanding.

Mechanical Engineering Program

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Mechanical Design Fundementals

We provide educational opportunities covering numerous engineering and technical disciplines and offer them in many different ways (platforms) both on and offline. Our instructors are experts in their fields with some of them having even authored the codes and standards that they teach.

Finite Flement Analysis

Originally developed for aerospace structural analysis, Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is now a convenient and speedy tool for approximation of the solution to a wide variety of complicated engineering problems across a wide range of industries. Design engineers analyze their own designs while they are still in the form of easily modifiable CAD models to allow for quick turnaround times and to ensure prompt implementation of analysis results in the design process.

Material Selection in Mechanical Design

Material Selection in Mechanical Design

Understanding materials, their properties and behavior is fundamental to engineering design, and a key application of materials science.Today, with more materials than ever before, the opportunities for innovation are immense. But advance is possible only if a procedure exists for making a rational choice, i.e.,  minimizing cost while meeting product performance goals.  This course develops a systematic procedure for selecting materials and processes, leading to the subset which best matches the requirements of a design.

Advanced Seal Technology

This course provides comprehensive coverage of sealing technology, bringing together information on all aspects of this area to enable you to make the right sealing choice. It includes detailed coverage on the seals applicable to static, rotary and reciprocating applications, the best materials to use in your sealing systems, and the legislature and regulations that may impact your sealing choices. 


Engineering Tribology

Tribology is the study of science and engineering of interacting surfaces in relative motion,   including the study and application of the principles of friction, lubrication and wear. This course focuses on the key concepts and engineering implications of tribology. Taking an interdisciplinary view, we brings together the relevant knowledge from different fields needed to achieve effective analysis and control of friction and wear.

Material Engineering Program


Material Engineering Fundamentals

Materials are at the heart of all branches of engineering, and excellent engineers are those who  have a good understanding of the properties of the materials which they use.  The challenge to the engineer is made greater by the pace at which new materials are being developed. This course provide Fundamental relationships between the internal structure, properties and processing in all classes of engineering materials.

Powder Metallurgy

Powder metallurgy is a metal-forming process performed by heating compacted metal powders to just below their melting points. It has become widely recognized as a superior way of producing high quality parts for a variety of important applications. This success is due to fast development and broad application of news material that could be fabricated by this technology, including  cermets, intermetallic compounds, metal matrix composites, nanostructured materials, high-speed steels.

Powder Metallurgy

Composite Materials

A composite material can be defined as a combination of two or more materials that results in better properties than those of the individual components used alone. This course introduces delegates to the constituents of composites materials, including reinforcements, matrix,compositing techniques. These are looked at in the context of their typical applications and the manufacturing processes used.

Rubber Technology

The course will provide a sound introduction to rubber materials and their properties. It covers the fundamental aspects of rubber technology in a logical manner, from Material Selection, Compounding, Vulcanisation, Processing (conversion of raw materials into finished products), through to Mechanical Properties, Environmental Resistance, Testing and Specifications, Evaluation of product failure and finally interactive case study exercises

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