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2 months
Next Course Date
01 January, 1970
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1 Complete the registration form below this page.
2 Make payment for the course using the payment link below.
3 Course Registration must be completed 2 weeks before training commencement.
4 Course Registration details would be sent to your email latest 24 hours before commencement of training.
Course Overview

This course focuses on typical industrial applications of mechanical engineering technologies. It develops trainees’ ability to design and create mechanical systems, including those used in the manufacturing, bottling, breweries, Oil & Gas, automotive, aeronautics, robotics, and manufacturing industries. Subtopics including mechanics, fluid dynamics, heat transfer, and more shall be covered during the course of this training. Upon completion of this program, you will gain skills and knowledge in the latest and developing technologies in mechanical. It will equip the attendees with the necessary skills to address the demands of the mechanical engineering industry. Personnel with a background in mechanical, instrumentation & control, electrical, or industrial plant and systems engineering will be particularly well-placed to benefit from this program as it is designed to prepare them for further career development in the  mechanical design and maintenance industries

Course Content
  • MODULE 1:
    Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering
  • MODULE 2:
    Materials, Codes, and Standards in Mechanical  Systems
  • MODULE 3:
    Mechanical System Design
  • MODULE 4:
    Gears and Bearings
  • MODULE 5:
    Mechanical System Drives and Prime Movers
  • MODULE 6:
    Fluid in Mechanical System
  • MODULE 7:
    Manufacturing and Production Systems
  • MODULE 8:
    Mechanical System Maintenance and  Troubleshooting
Course Benefits

At the end of this course, all trainees shall be able to;
Interpret basic mechanical drawings and understand basic mechanical engineering concepts
Understand the need for standardization and the common applicable mechanical standards and codes
Understand and determine the importance of common mechanical engineering material properties in relation to component life and failure.
Perform basic design for static strength.
Apply principles governing the operation of common mechanical drive components, prime movers, and actuators
Select appropriate gears and bearings Understand, Monitor, control, and evaluate vibrations
Select the appropriate manufacturing system and understand the principles of design for manufacturing
Initiate and set up an effective but simple inspection and maintenance program (including lubrication)
Appreciate the need for standardization and understand the common applicable mechanical standards and codes

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