Electric Power Transmission and Distribution Engineering
Electrical Power Transmission Systems engineering along with distribution network planning and design, play a critical role in the technical management, development, and acquisition of complex power and energy technology systems. They are the professionals responsible for planning, coordinating, and overseeing group efforts that translate operational need into technology solution, and whose tools and skills determine whether a system will meet cost, schedule, and performance goals. The courses in program provide a renewed focus on the application of advanced methods and tools applied by modern Systems Engineering to the analysis and solutions of complex problems for intelligent decision making. Specific focus in this course will be on applied systems methods for Energy and Power Systems.
Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing (MEP) Engineering
Who is it for
AutoCAD and Revit
AutoCAD is a powerful tool. This course will allow you to learn AutoCAD functions as well as the applications and techniques for improved efficiency and productivity. AutoCAD will be covered from beginner level through intermediate skills.
AutoDesk Revit Productivity course provides advanced CAD design training with Revit 3D software including CAD file management, productivity and CAD customization skills. Emphasis will be placed on development advanced proficiency techniques through better understanding of software and creation of walls, doors and libraries.
AutoDesk Revit Interior Design, is presented for the interior designers who wants to implement Revit Architecture within their workflow. Students will learn how to use phases in design, along with color fill patterns, area calculations, perspective views, walkthroughs, detailed schedules, materials lists, furniture layouts and furniture systems. Productivity techniques will be shared during the course.
Revit MEP Basics course introduces students to the AutoDesk Revit MEP software’s user interface and the basic HVAC, electrical and piping/plumbing components as a powerful and flexible engineering modeling tool.
The Emergency Management & Disaster Preparedness provides students with a broad range of administrative skills and knowledge that are ideally suited to meet the critical needs of emergency management administrators. The program will help participants in enhancing their skills and knowledge in disaster and emergency management, The program exposes students to advanced operating characteristics, response and recovery functions, and resource management of an integrated emergency management system.
· Emergency Management and Disaster Preparedness
· Critical Infrastructure and Assets Protection
· Safety, Security & Emergency Management
· Strategic Planning for the Fire and Emergency Services
· Emergency Prep/Response
· Industrial Safety Management
· Public Emergency Services
· Construction Safety
· Corporate Compliance
· Legislation & Legal Compliance
· Disaster Recovery and Business Continuation
· Disaster Recovery and Hazard Mitigation
· Economics of Disaster
· Risk Communication and Management
· Organizational Crisis Action Planning and Management
The aim of this course is to assist supervisors and managers to develop a positive ‘Safety Culture’.
What will you study:
• Theory behind behavioural safety
• Observations in the workplace
• Implement a Behavioural Observation Program at work
• Safety Culture and Behavioural changes
• Safety Work Practices
Who is it for
Managers and Supervisors in all workplace environments.
Reliability and Maintenance Engineering
Reliability Engineer is a professional who understands the principles of performance evaluation and prediction to improve product/systems safety, reliability and maintainability. This course reviews the areas of reliability engineering covered on the Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE) examination. The course prepares those who will be taking the CRE exam to be at the required level of knowledge to successfully pass the certification examination. Course participants will receive notes and material to aid in preparing for the exam and will be given the CRE exam application package.
- Reliability Management
- Probability and Statistics for Reliability
A. Basic concepts
B. Statistical inference
- Reliability in Design and Development
A. Reliability design techniques
B. Parts and systems management
- Reliability Modeling and Predictions
A. Reliability modeling
B. Reliability prediction methods
- Reliability Testing
A. Reliability test planning
B. Testing during development
C. Product testing
- Maintainability and Availability
A. Management strategies
B. Maintenance and testing analysis
- Data Collection and Use
A. Data collection
B. Data use
C. Failure analysis and correction
Facility managers, Maintenance professionals and technicians, and Project managers.