Although mechanical engineering is one of the oldest engineering disciplines used by mankind, it was not until the European Industrial Revolution of the 1700s that mechanical engineering became a formal area of study and practical application. This engineering discipline involves the use of scientific principles to create tools and equipment made from adequate materials. Today, mechanical engineering impacts nearly every industry that requires physical infrastructure, and the age old engineering practice keeps pace with the times by incorporating the latest technological advances into its standard processes. The skill set associated with mechanical engineering is portable across continents and presents special opportunities for those pursuing careers in mechanical engineering.

Mechanical Engineering IDC Workshops

AC

Practical Fundamentals of Heating, Ventilation & Air conditioning (HVAC)

BI

Practical Boiler Control and Instrumentation for Engineers and Technicians

BL

Practical Boiler Plant Operation and Management for Engineers and Technicians

CC

Troubleshooting and Best Practice with Conveyers and Chutes

CM

Practical Pumps and Compressors: Control, Operation, Maintenance & Troubleshooting

CO

Practical Process Compressors

CR

Practical Clean room Technology and Facilities for Engineers and Technicians

CX

Practical Conveyor, Chute and Feeder Design

GT

Gas Turbines: Fundamentals, Maintenance & Troubleshooting

HD

Practical Hydraulic Systems: Operation and Troubleshooting

HS

Rigid and Flexible Hose Connections

HY

Practical Hydraulic & Pneumatic Systems: Operation and Troubleshooting

LB

Practical Lubrication Engineering for Engineers and Technicians

LF

Practical Safe Lifting Practice and Maintenance

MD

Practical Mechanical Drives (Belts, Chains and Gears)

ME

Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering

MM

Practical Balancing, Aligning and Condition Monitoring of Rotating Equipment

MW

Mechanical Design Concepts for Non-Mechanical Engineers

MY

Practical Corrosion, Metallurgy and Prevention of Failures

OO

Onshore and Offshore Pipeline Systems

PA

Pipeline Systems – Design, Construction, Maintenance and Asset Management

PK

API Program – Body of Knowledge Foundation

PN

Practical Pneumatics: Operation and Troubleshooting

PP

Pumps: Design, Operation, Maintenance for Centrifugal and/or Positive Displacement Pumps

PT

Fundamentals of Process Plant Layout and Piping Design

PU

Performance Monitoring of Pumps and Compressors

RA

Root Cause Failure Analysis

SA

Fundamentals of Pipe Stress Analysis with introduction to CAESAR II

SF

Practical Machinery and Automation Safety for Industry

SH

Practical Shutdown & Turnaround Management for Engineers and Managers

SR

Practical Mechanical Seals & Sealing with Rotary, Pneumatic & Hydraulic Seal Types plus Gaskets

SV

Safety Relief Valves – Inspection, Operation and Troubleshooting

TY

Reliability Centered Maintenance

VB

Practical Machinery Vibration Analysis and Predictive Maintenance