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Industrial Design

Whether envisioning the look of a sports car, sketching a new furniture piece to grace the living rooms of homes around the world, or conceptualizing the look of a revolutionary product, Industrial Design courses will provide the essential knowledge and skills to make those plans a reality. Industrial Design courses combine applied art and science to teach students the essentials of planning the structure of products for marketability, production and consumption. Concepts like aesthetics, ergonomics and usability are featured prominently in Industrial Design courses. Industrial Design courses are sometimes also referred to as product design courses, but can also qualify students for work in other related design fields.

As they work toward qualification in an applied art, Industrial Design courses often feature hands-on tasks, which require students to apply the lessons they learn in lectures and seminars to solve problems or create their own original designs. Industrial Design courses focus on developing both technical and creative skill sets, including elements of 2D and 3D design, software like CAD, and drawing on the history of design for inspiration.

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Extended Degree in Engineering & Technology

Barnet And Southgate College
Campus Full time 35 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom City of London

The Extended Engineering and Technology Degree Programme (Initial Year) is designed for students who missed out on a BEng or BSc programme in Engineering or who may want to change their curriculum area following A Levels or equivalent study. [+]

Best Course Studies in Industrial Design 2017. Who is this course for? The Extended Engineering and Technology Degree Programme (Initial Year) is designed for students who missed out on a BEng or BSc programme in Engineering or who may want to change their curriculum area following A Levels or equivalent study. It is offered in partnership with the University of Hertfordshire and following successful study at College in the Initial Year, students will be given an opportunity to progress to the range of BEng and BSc Engineering and Technology degrees available at Hertfordshire ranging from; Aerospace (including Pilot Studies), Mechanical, Automotive, Motorsport, Electrical and Electronic Engineering to Digital and Computer Engineering. All the Engineering and Technology degree routes at Hertfordshire are accredited, leading to Chartered or Incorporated status. And can be completed (including the Initial Year at College), in four or five years if a sandwich/ industry placement year is included. What qualifications or experience do I need ? As a guide, you need a minimum 120 UCAS points PLUS 5 GCSEs including English, Mathematics and a Science at grade C or above. A minimum IELTS score of 6.0, TOEFL 550, is required for those for whom English is not their first language. Students unsure of their tariff points can contact the College/University for guidance. Please ensure that you have an accurate list of all your qualifications; dates, boards, etc., and that you can provide copies of the relevant certificates if asked. What will I study ? This course will cover the following topics over two semesters (A&B) made up of 13 teaching weeks each: Semester A: Mathematics 1, Engineering Science, Digital and Software Applications in Engineering and Engineering Studies and Skills Semester B: Mathematics 2, Mechanical Science, Electrical Science and Digital Technology and Engineering Project Two of the above (Engineering Studies and Skills and the Engineering Project), are taught at the University. Giving you a chance to see what real university study is like while still at College where the rest of your study will take place. Personal and group tutorial sessions are also planned and built into the timetable and with access to both the College and University study facilities; there is plenty of support offered to assist you completing assignments etc. How will I be assessed ? Assessment is by coursework and examination. Your coursework contributes 40 percent and examinations 60 percent to your total. A typical set of coursework might consist of two assignments and two open book tests, all completed over the 13 week study period with an exam in that subject at the end. The final mark is an aggregate of these two elements in most cases (coursework and exam), the idea being to give you plenty of practice in the sort of assessments that you need have confidence in before beginning your full degree study. What qualifications could I achieve ? On successful completion of this course, students will achieve the appropriate standard for progression to the range of BEng or BSc Degree Programmes offered at the University of Hertfordshire. How do I join the course ? Applications are through UCAS; however, any applications to the College will be forwarded to the University Admissions Tutor for processing. Will I need an interview ? If you clearly meet the entry criteria and/or are predicted to reach the required exam grades, then you will not need an interview. However, you will be required to attend our Welcome Taster Day that you will be sent information about. If you do not meet, or do not expect to meet the entry criteria, please contact our Admissions Team. [-]

Stage Smart Society Clinic In Almere (Netherlands)

laSalle Barcelona
Campus Full time September 2017 Spain Barcelona

Within the framework of international programs organized by La Salle Campus Barcelona (URL), La Salle Almere Campus, in collaboration with the City of Almere (Netherlands), we invite you to participate in the Stage Smart Society Clinic in the Dutch city of Almere (Amsterdam Metropolitan Area). [+]

Within the framework of international programs organized by La Salle Campus Barcelona (URL), La Salle Almere Campus, in collaboration with the City of Almere (Netherlands)We invite you to participate in the Stage Smart Society Clinic in the Dutch city of Almere (Amsterdam Metropolitan Area). It will be a practical and intense experience, a unique opportunity, based on lectures, visits and networking sessions given by specialists and managers with extensive experience in the development of smart cities in northern Europe. What do you prepare? The course prepares for: acquire and expand their problems related to the Smart Cities through the presentation of relevant case study of the newest city in Europe knowledge. To whom it May concern? Is directed to: Graduate or professional degree or equivalent experience one or more of the following fields: public administration, management of cities, technologies and information services, industry Smart City, consulting, environmental services, urban operators, engineering, architecture and urbanism. People who want to enter the world of city data and information extraction for efficient management of urban services. People interested in coordinating urban services, the challenges of understanding the city to increase its resilience. Admission One of the key development Program Masters in La Salle factors are the people who join the program: selected people responding to criteria curriculum, according to academic, functional, sectoral and geographical dimensions that foster the enrichment of the collective. The admission process in La Salle aims to select the most suitable candidates for each program and to ensure the level and quality of coexistence and communication between participants, which is a distinctive feature of the style of La Salle. The admission process for the academic year is now open and the candidates who begin the process as soon as possible because the admissions period remains open until all seats limit established for each academic program is recommended. Cost and Financing: Request information and send you a complete dossier with information on resources, banks and associates. Scholarships and grants: Request information and receive Programs Scholarships and Grants. [-]

Courses in AutoCAD

Global Solutions Trainings UAE
Campus Full time Part time 45 hours September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai + 1 more

AutoCAD is a commercial software application for 2D and 3D computer-aided design (CAD) and drafting — available since 1982 as a desktop application and since 2010 as a mobile, web- and cloud-based app marketed as AutoCAD 360. [+]

Best Course Studies in Industrial Design 2017. AutoCAD is a commercial software application for 2D and 3D computer-aided design (CAD) and drafting — available since 1982 as a desktop application and since 2010 as a mobile, web- and cloud-based app marketed as AutoCAD 360. You will be able to work on small residential project from the scratch. The course is primarily designed for architects , interior designers, engineers, and other involved in construction industry looking for an overview of Computer-aided Designs (CAD) AutoCAD. The curriculum covered in this course includes the following autocad objectives: Altering Objects Create radius between objects Trim and Extend Objects Stretch Objects Offset Objects Using Grips Annotations Work with Text Creating Additional Drawing Objects Create Polylines Edit Polylines Creating Basic Drawings Use Draw commands to create geometry Use Object Snap Tracking Use Polar Snap Tracking Dimensioning Create Dimensions Edit Dimensions Drawing organization and Inquiry Commands Change Object Properties Use Layers Manipulating Objects Copy, Move, Mirror and Rotate Objects Use Selection Set Methods Describe and use Arrays Hatching Objects Use Hatching Layouts and Visibility Create and Manage Layers Reusable Content Create, Insert and Edit Blocks Career Path Suited for those working in construction industry. [-]

FdSc Engineering (Automotive Engineering)

Somerset College
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 United Kingdom Taunton

Study Automotive Engineering at Somerset College and you’ll have access to our brand-new, purpose-built facilities. We specialise in engine mapping, advanced diagnostics, vehicle performance enhancement, advanced vehicle technology and hybrid vehicles - and our staff are among the best in the country when it comes to their knowledge and expertise. [+]

Course Description Study Automotive Engineering at Somerset College and you’ll have access to our brand-new, purpose-built facilities. We specialise in engine mapping, advanced diagnostics, vehicle performance enhancement, advanced vehicle technology and hybrid vehicles - and our staff are among the best in the country when it comes to their knowledge and expertise. Thanks to our close working relationship with the automotive industry, our courses provide the perfect preparation for life in the real world, and our students are highly employable. Our focus throughout is on equipping you with practical skills, and you will have a chance to use a wide range of tools, techniques, equipment and software. During the course, you will: - gain a clear understanding of the fundamentals of engineering and the skills required to apply that knowledge effectively - learn how to assess the risks involved in engineering work and quickly gain a thorough understanding of the need to develop and apply safe systems of working - study ECU mapping and programming - study hybrid technology - conduct research into engine power enhancement Modules studied include: - Power Train Technology - Vehicle Technology - Advanced Vehicle Performance Engineering - Engineering Design - Fault Diagnostics and Repair - Instrumentation and Control - Materials - Vehicle Electrical and Electronic Systems - Engineering Science - Mathematics - Automotive Industry Management and Organisation - Organisation Engineering Drawing and CAD - Manufacturing Processes - Project - Engineering Design - Business and Finance In addition, you will have the chance to attend the Autosport and Engineering Show at the NEC in Birmingham, as well as presentations and lectures held at a number of other institutions. Teaching and Assessment Assessment is by assignments, examinations and presentations. You will be required to complete both individual and group projects. Thanks to our recent investment of £3.5 million in a new Automotive Centre, you will have the chance to work on the very latest equipment in the industry, and make use of Snap-On-Tools. So your skills will be refined, and focused on meeting the needs of potential employers. Progression Opportunities On successful completion of the FdSc course you may be able to progress to one further year of study for the BSc (Hons) Mechanical Design and Manufacture degree at Plymouth University. Please note there is a deadline for progression applications and places may be subject to availability. Career Progression This qualification significantly improves your employment prospects in motorsport, the retail motor industry or the road transport sector. Previous graduates have pursued rewarding careers at companies such as Cosworth, Lotus Cars, Honda and VOSA. The Certificate of Higher Education (CertHE) Entry Requirements Applicants need a relevant National Diploma (PPP) or AS/A2 Levels (minimum 120 points, including 80 points at A2 Level). An NVQ Level 3 or CGLI Level 3 in Motor Vehicle Studies will suffice, as will an IMI Level 3 qualification or Advanced Diploma or Access Certificate. We also like students to have GCSE English Language at a minimum of Grade C. Mature students who do not meet these formal entry requirements are welcome to apply, if they can evidence their interest in the field of study. [-]