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Online PDH Engineer Continuing Education Course Bundle

Course bundle including: 'Engineering Ethics 101 with Lecture', 'Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Overview', 'Intellectual Property - Patents', 'Engineering Economics', 'Small Windmill Electrical Systems'.

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Engineer, earn continuing education hours in Engineering Ethics, Small Windmill Electrical Systems, Intellectual Property, Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T), and Engineering Economics. You will review the latest NSPE code of ethics for engineers. Also learn about small windmills for residential or commercial use. The patent course discusses all the aspects of utility, design, and plant patents as well as the all the corresponding implications or considerations. The GD&T class discusses the application of the most commonly used symbols, such as flatness, straightness, and more. In engineering economics, you will learn how to mathematically justify project decisions and quantify your selection in financial terms. The learning objectives for all these classes are shown below.

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This is a bundled offer that includes 20 PDH credits from these courses; NSPE Engineering Ethics, Small Windmill Electrical Systems, Intellectual Property - Patents, GT&T, and Engineering Economics.

Overview of Courses:

The ethics class has been authorized for distribution via CEU Leaf by NSPE and it will provide a comprehensive look at the latest NSPE code of ethics. We will review examples and the meaning of each clause. This knowledge will help you run your engineering practice.

The Windmill course will teach you of the basic windmill design and the issues relating to sizing and placement. You will understand how calculate the expected output given the various sizes and heights. Furthermore, you will learn about performing a wind site survey, connecting to the electrical grid, and government incentives. The class utilizes videos, handouts, references, and other techniques to facilitate the learning process.

The Patent class is an in-depth overview of United States patents, the types of applications, the patent process, rules, and much more. The course covers the procedures managed by the United States Patent Office (USPTO) and how American applicants should consider the international implications. The class utilizes handouts, references, and other techniques to facilitate the learning process.

The GD&T class is a detailed overview of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T). Our course thoughtfully establishes a baseline understanding of the fundamentals before progressing into each of the primary concepts. It addresses the various modifiers, syntax, and the application of various symbols. You will earn eight (8) training hours upon conclusion of this course.

This engineering economics course will help any professional who needs to understand how to quantify project costs, benefits, and more. The engineer will be able to mathematically identify superior alternatives, calculate break-even points, allot for taxes, depreciation, salvage values, and virtually every potential project scenario. This class walks the student through the fundamentals of engineering economics and the relevant topics so the principals can be immediately applied to his/her professional life. The course includes helpful software, tables and examples. The software can be utilized in real-world projects.

You will earn twenty (20) training hours upon conclusion of these courses.

Remember, you can stop any class and resume it later from any computer, at any time, and at the exact point where you left off. You can even purchase the course now and earn the credits next year.

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Ethics Learning Objective for Engineer's:

  • Understand the NSPE Code of Ethics for Engineers fundamental canons
  • Understand the NSPE Code of Ethics for Engineers rules of practice
  • Understand the NSPE Code of Ethics for Engineers professional obligations


Windmill Learning Objectives for Engineer's:

  • Understand the standard windmill components
  • Understand how windmills work
  • Ability to determine if wind energy production is practical for your situation
  • How to size a wind turbine system
  • How to calculate energy generation (power & annual output)
  • Understand the issues relating to connection to the electrical grid


Intellectual Property - Patents Learning Objectives for Engineer's:

  • Understand the purpose of a patent
  • Learn the various patent elements
  • Learn the purpose of a utility patent
  • Learn the purpose of a design patent
  • Learn the purpose of a plant patent
  • Understand the application process
  • Learn about international implications
  • Learn about infringement and defense
  • Considerations when selecting an attorney


Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing Learning Objectives for Engineer's:

  • Understand the structure and purpose of the feature control frame
  • Understand Datums and Datum Targets
  • Learn about the modifier, Maximum Material Condition (MMC)
  • Learn about the modifier, Least Material Condition (LMC)
  • Learn about the modifier, Regardless of Feature Size (RFS)
  • Learn about Free State
  • Learn about the Tangent Plane
  • Understand a Unilaterial tolerance zone
  • Understand a Projection Tolerance Zone
  • Understand the concept of Bonus and its application
  • Learn about Flatness and its application
  • Learn about Straightness of an axis and surface and the applications
  • Learn about Circularity (Roundness) and its application
  • Learn about Cylindricity and its application
  • Learn about Perpendicularity and its application
  • Learn about Angularity and its application
  • Learn about Parallelism and its application
  • Learn about Profile (of line, surface, & unilateral) and the applications
  • Learn about Runout (circular & total) and the applications
  • Learn about Concentricity and its application
  • Learn about Position (True Position) and its application
  • Learn how to properly apply these symbols to a drawing
  • Understand common inspection techniques


Engineering Economics Learning Objectives for Engineer's:

  • Ability to draw engineering cash flow diagrams
  • Ability to correctly structure formulas from the cash flow diagram
  • Ability to properly lookup Engineering Economic factors
  • Ability to calculate equivalences
  • Ability to identify and convert cash flow items
  • Ability to compare alternatives with the appropriate method
  • Ability to refine model via period, tax, and rate changes
  • Ability to apply depreciation principals properly
  • Ability to apply probability principal
  • Ability to calculate the economic life
  • Ability to calculate the basic project break-even point


Sample Continuing Education PDH Images:

Ethics



Intellectual Property - Patents



Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing



Engineering Economics



Small Windmill Electrical Systems



Online Format:

     Audio Lecture, Video, Slideshow with Attachments

PDH Hours:

     20

Price: $111.2

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