Engineer training courses and schoolsTotal 600 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in United States.
Engineering programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees
Traffic Engineering and Operations (Certificate)Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
The courses for this program focus on the proper design, construction and maintenance of traffic control signs, signals, roadway pavement markings, etc. to enhance motoring and pedestrian traffic safety.
3 Core Courses
â—?Traffic Incident Management
â—?Traffic Signal Timing
(Also available as a blended course)
Choose 2 Electives
â—?Traffic Signal Systems Fundamentals
â—?Tools of Advanced Transportation Management Systems (ATMS)
â—?Traffic Flow Theory as Applied to ITS
Choose a Bonus Course
â—?Whatâ€™s New in ITS
Introduction to Systems EngineeringCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
This course is an introduction to systems engineering for ITS project managers and project staff. It provides a high-level view of a broad and rich topic area, introducing basic concepts to individuals who are working on ITS projects. The goal is to allow these individuals to understand the benefits of applying systems engineering approaches as a means of developing quality systems. The course covers technical practices such as modeling, prototyping, trade-off analysis and testing, and management practices such as risk assessment and mitigation, which make up â€œbest practicesâ€?in the systems engineering arena.
This course is part of the core Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) curriculum established by the ITS Professional Capacity Building (PCB) program. For more information on the core curriculum, click here.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
â—¾Define Systems Engineering and its application... [Read More]
Advanced Systems Engineering for Advanced Transportation ProjectsCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
This course is intended to cover a broad set of topics in system engineering and system integration. It will provide participants with an appreciation of the principles of systems engineering and its application to ITS projects. It will also introduce participants to the techniques of systems integration associated with regional systems. Regional integration introduces the need for a more detailed understanding of the principles of systems engineering, particularly those associated with the benefits of alternative architectures, and the necessity to consider the principles of system reliability, maintainability and availability.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
â—¾Discuss the principles of systems engineering
â—¾Interpret the manner in which the National ITS Architecture and system standards support the systems engineering process
â—¾Direct and participate in system designs
â—¾Explain the principle... [Read More]
Quality Software EngineeringCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Medical devices require a specific framework for software development that requires a high degree of rigor. The foundation of the framework is established by the FDA in 21 CFR 820 and extended through a multitude of guidance. The class covers the framework by which software is viewed and analyzed within a device submission whether a 510k or PMA. Additionally, good engineering practices throughout the development cycle are discussed to ensure the development process is also understood.
The topics covered are:
â—?History, Law and Guidance
â—?The Software Development Lifecycle
â—?Software Planning and Control Methods--i.e., Agile, Waterfall, etc.
â—?Risk Management (The Master Verification and Validation Plan, Software Development/Verification Planning, Level of Concern Determination and Consequences)
â—?Device Specific Software Quality Activities and Deliverables (Planning, Design, Unit Testing, Verification, Validation)<... [Read More]
Engineering and Industrial Experimentation OptimizationCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
The analyses and improvement of engineering systems and industrial production processes through experiments are typically beset with incomplete mathematical knowledge of their underlying workings and the presence of statistical uncertainties when taking investigative data. Students will learn about some highly effective mathematical and heuristic approaches for handling optimization problems of this type. You will also be shown how apply these approaches to a variety of structured multidimensional problems and how to efficiently use data to construct the necessary mathematical models.
The course will consist of materials and live class sessions from the MECH 609 Experimental Optimization credit course running parallel to it. The class can be accessed synchronously or asynchronously. Synchronous means you can log on live as the class is occurring, but participation in this format is not mandatory. Asynchronous means you can access the video recording of the class s... [Read More]
EXCEL for Engineers and ScientistsCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
This web course is designed to teach you how to use some of the features of EXCEL that are particularly relevant to engineering and water resources analysis. The course will use various examples of applications of EXCEL that demonstrate the features presented in the course. Each topic will be presented using a computer-based video tutorial. Participants will have a companion spreadsheet that they develop following the detailed instructions in the video tutorials. The course will be based on EXCEL 2007. Note that many of the topics presented in the course are applicable to previous versions of EXCEL.
This course is open-entry which means that students can enroll at any time and have six months from their registration date to complete the course.
Manufacturing EngineeringCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
Casting, forming, machining, and welding processes used in manufacturing operations.
Materials EngineeringCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
Selection of engineering materials by properties, processing, and economics, materials for biomedical and biotechnology applications.
Reliability EngineeringCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
Models to predict time to failure of mechanical or electronic devices, reliability data analysis and case studies.
Specific objectives include (1) Gain an introduction to the probabilistic and statistical methods used by engineers in order to gain a competitive edge in industry by improving reliability, (2) Be able to apply methods to product as well as process reliability, and (3) Learn how the mathematical models and results apply to engineering design and the analysis of lifetime data sets within applications drawn from a variety of disciplines.
Advanced/Additive Manufacturing EngineeringCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
In this course you will learn the importance of advanced manufacturing and its fundamental importance to the future of global product development and innovation. You will develop a rich knowledge of additive manufacturing processes, devices, capabilities and materials. You will learn the trade-offs between subtractive and additive manufacturing processes and technologies, along with the various software tools, processes and techniques enabling advanced/additive manufacturing and personal fabrication.
You will have the opportunity to collaborate with fellow students and www.idea2product.net lab staff to work hands-on to design, engineer and fabricate multi-component physical objects that satisfy product development/prototyping requirements using AM devices and processes. You will learn to decide between the various trade-offs when selecting AM processes, devices and materials to suit particular engineering requirements. And finally, you will learn the latest trends ... [Read More]
Engineering Decision Support/Expert SystemsCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
Decision support systems for complex engineering problems, multicriteria decision making and optimization, hybrid knowledge-based/algorithmic methods.
Internet EngineeringCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
Link technologies, multiple access, hardware and software for internetworks routing, switching flow control, multicast, performance, and applications.
Electrical Power EngineeringCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
Analysis of power systems in terms of current, voltage, and active/reactive power, introduction of computer-aided tools for power systems.
Engineering Risk AnalysisCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
Estimation and risk identification, development of mitigation techniques.
GIS in Civil and Environmental EngineeringCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
GIS technology for spatial design/analysis, applications in facilities management, urban infrastructure, water resources, environmental engineering.
Pipeline Engineering and HydraulicsCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
Planning, design and management of water, wastewater, and industrial pipelines. Emphasis on flow and operation of water supply pipelines
Drainage and Wetland EngineeringCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
Drainage and wetlands design for agricultural and natural resource applications. Water table modification for nonpoint sources pollution control.
Cell and Tissue EngineeringCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
Cell and tissue engineering concepts and techniques with emphasis on cellular response, cell adhesion kinetics, and tissue engineering design.
BioengineeringCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
Physiological and medical systems analysis using engineering methods including mechanics, fluid dynamics, control electronics, and signal processing.
Software Engineering (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Advance your knowledge of computer science and learn how to develop high quality software systems within time and budget constraints. This three-course series teaches you how to engineer high quality software that is reliable and dependable, addresses performance demands, and can be adapted to meet continually changing needs. Learn how to:
â—¾Identify and model software requirements
â—¾Specify software designs, both informally and formally
â—¾Evaluate design options
â—¾Validate designs and implementations via analysis and testing
â—¾Evaluate software development processes
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