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TECHNOLOGY AND THE STAGE

The Lir National Academy of Dramatic Art at Trinity College Dublin.
Campus 2 days February 2017 Ireland Dublin

A two day workshop covering the principles and practices in lighting a small theatre production including rigging and focusing theatre lanterns, the use of special effects, programming the operating desk and the operation of follow spots. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Technology Management 2017. A two day workshop covering the principles and practices in lighting a small theatre production including rigging and focusing theatre lanterns, the use of special effects, programming the operating desk and the operation of follow spots. The course will include practical sessions as well as presentations from the tutor. Day two will focus on sound design covering what sound is and how it can be managed, systems and equipment and how to use them, troubleshooting and the basics involved in setting up the sound for a small theatre production. Cancellation Policy The full course fee is payable as acceptance of an offer of a place on the course. In the event of cancellation more than two months prior to the course start date, a sum of €100 will be retained to cover administration costs. In the event of a cancellation less than two months prior to the course start date, the sum of €250 will be retained. A withdrawal less than one month before the course start date will result in the forfeiture of the entire fee. Application Requirements Fluency in the English language is essential. A commitment to punctuality, discipline and preparation is required from every participant. Information on what to wear etc. will be sent to successful applicants once they have been accepted onto the course. [-]

Extended Degree in Engineering & Technology

Barnet And Southgate College
Campus 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. [+]

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. [-]

Manufacturing Technology

College of du Page
Campus September 2017 USA Glen Ellyn

The Manufacturing Technology degree option provides the student with a broad background in the areas of machining, drafting and fluid systems in order to prepare them for entry-level positions as machine operators, machine maintenance personnel and quality control personnel. The Manufacturing Engineering Technology degree option prepares students for entry-level engineering technician positions in manufacturing. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Technology Management 2017. Career Opportunities The Manufacturing Technology program provides training in a wide variety of skill areas of product manufacturing and services. The four degree options in the program are: Automated Manufacturing Systems Drafting and Design Manufacturing Technology Manufacturing Engineering Technology The Automated Manufacturing program option prepares the student for careers in computer-aided manufacturing, robotics and numerical control. The Drafting and Design degree option prepares the student for careers in the drafting and computer-aided design areas. The Manufacturing Technology degree option provides the student with a broad background in the areas of machining, drafting and fluid systems in order to prepare them for entry-level positions as machine operators, machine maintenance personnel and quality control personnel. The Manufacturing Engineering Technology degree option prepares students for entry-level engineering technician positions in manufacturing. The program also offers a mechanical drafting certificate that prepares students for entry-level mechanical drafting positions. Transfer opportunities for students wishing to complete a bachelor's degree are available. Degrees The Manufacturing Technology program provides training in a wide variety of skill areas of product manufacturing and services. Automated Manufacturing Systems Drafting/Design Manufacturing Technology Manufacturing Engineering Technology Certificates Manufacturing Skills Standards certificate Manufacturing Technology certificate Automated Manufacturing Systems certificate Drafting/Design certificate Computer-Aided Design certificate [-]

Instrumentation Engineering Technician

Confederation College
Campus 2 years September 2017 Canada Thunder Bay

Are you mechanically inclined? Instrumentation Technicians commission, install, calibrate, maintain and repair complex measurement and control systems used in a variety of process control applications. [+]

Instrumentation Engineering Technician Are you mechanically inclined? Instrumentation Technicians commission, install, calibrate, maintain and repair complex measurement and control systems used in a variety of process control applications. This program will provide you with a solid footing in both theory and practice, utilizing hands-on experience in a modern, well-equipped laboratory designed to emulate common control systems found in industry. Our lab features functioning processes employing pneumatic, as well as modern microprocessor based electronic control equipment such as PLC’s, Distributed Control Systems, and field networks. The two-year program consists of four academic semesters and two sixteen-week co-op placement terms (optional). After the second academic semester, you may be eligible to participate in the first co-op work term. The second coop term is scheduled after the fourth academic semester. Co-op provides you with hands-on experience above and beyond what traditional classroom instruction and laboratories can provide. This is the only Instrumentation Engineering Technician program in the province of Ontario that has earned national accreditation status. [-]

Information Security Management

Fanshawe College
Campus or Online 1 year September 2017 Canada London

Information Security Management is a graduate program designed to provide students with a holistic approach to information systems security as it applies to business. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Technology Management 2017. Information Security Management Offered as an online distance education program and in a face-to-face classroom format * Secure your future in the fastest-growing sector! Information Security Management is a graduate program designed to provide students with a holistic approach to information systems security as it applies to business. The program will provide a broad understanding of security concepts and concentrate on industry best practices for information security. You will gain the knowledge required to manage both the strategic and operational aspects of information security, and develop the skills to identify vulnerabilities to business implementing effective safeguards to minimize risks to acceptable levels. During the year, you will learn detailed practical aspects of security such as risk analysis, vulnerability testing, writing security policies, implementing access controls, and performing security audits. Graduates would obtain positions such as security analysts, chief security officer, information security auditor, network security analyst, IT technical security specialist, and threat-risk/vulnerability security specialist. * Classes are delivered online and face-to-face on campus. Full-time or part-time students have the option to watch live and interactive webcasts or attend classes face-to-face on campus. All webcasts will be recorded and archived so you can review material and learn at your own pace. Students will require access to a computer and the Internet, preferably high-speed if attending online, and students will require a suitable laptop if attending face-to-face classes. Academic School: Information Technology Campus: London Campus (LC) Program Delivery: Day Time, Full Time, Online Program Type: Certificate, Graduate Available to International Students?: Yes Admission Requirements A Two- or Three-Year College Diploma, or a Degree OR Acceptable combination of related work experience and post-secondary education as judged by the College to be equivalent to the above English Language Requirements Applicants whose first language is not English will be required to demonstrate proficiency in English by one of the following methods: A Grade 12 College Stream or University Stream English credit from an Ontario Secondary School, or equivalent, depending on the program's Admission Requirements Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) test with a minimum score of 570 for the paper-based test (PBT), or 88 for the Internet-based test (iBT), with test results within the last two years International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test with an overall score of 6.5 with no score less than 6.0 in any of the four bands, with test results within the last two years Canadian Academic English Language (CAEL) test with an overall score of 70 with no score less than 60 in any of the four bands, with test results within the last two years An English Language Evaluation (ELE) at Fanshawe College with a minimum score of 75% in all sections of the test, with test results within the last two years Recommended Academic Preparation Previous business or IT post-secondary education and/or training and/or work experience. Applicant Selection Criteria Where the number of eligible applicants exceeds the available spaces in the program, the Applicant Selection Criteria will be: Preference for Permanent Residents of Ontario Receipt of Application by February 1st (After this date, Fanshawe College will consider applicants on a first-come, first-served basis until the program is full) Achievement in the Admission Requirements Other Information Classes are delivered online and face-to-face on campus. Full-time and part-time students have the option to watch live and interactive webcasts or attend classes face-to-face on campus for most courses. All webcasts will be recorded and archived so students can review material and learn at their own pace. Students will require access to a computer and the Internet, preferably high-speed if attending online, and students will require a suitable laptop as per specs if attending in face-to-face classes. Approximate Costs A laptop computer is to be purchased by the student attending the face-to-face classroom format. A laptop or computer with microphone, speaker and internet connection is required for the student attending online. The cost of the equipment is included in the General Expenses stated in the Fee Schedule. A CONNECT lab fee of $75.00 per academic term is included in the Additional Program Fees stated in the Fee Schedule. This fee helps cover costs associated with the delivery of the CONNECT mobile computing program. The CONNECT lab fee is OSAP eligible. Students should not purchase a laptop computer or software until the College publishes the recommended configuration, models, software titles and versions for that academic year. Career Opportunities This program will prepare graduates to take advantage of the growing opportunities in the information security field. Graduates will be an asset to any information technology support department or specifically as part of a security team, in virtually all sectors of business. Subsequently, with the right experience base, graduates can expect to find opportunities as security analysts and consultants, or in security management roles. They would obtain positions such as security analysts, information security auditor, network security analyst, IT technical security specialist, and threat-risk/vulnerability security specialist. [-]

Introductory Course On Agile Methodologies

laSalle Barcelona
Campus September 2017 Spain Barcelona

Course Introduction to Agile provides a comprehensive introduction to the world of agile methods of product management or project. The goal is to learn an alternative way to manage products or projects that try to focus on the interaction between people to make the most of the teams, thereby obtaining the best possible results. [+]

Agile methods have emerged as an alternative to traditional methods of product management or project, consisting of a set of best practices that apply regularly and support each other to encourage teamwork and get the best result possible in a project. The Agile methodologies are particularly useful to resolve situations where the outcome of the project is not responding to customer requirements, delivery is too longer, costs skyrocket or quality is not acceptable. They are also optimal application when resilience to competition is needed, morale is low equipment and high turnover, resulting necessary systematically identify and resolve inefficiencies. The Course Introduction to Agile It provides a comprehensive introduction to the world of agile methods of product management or project. The goal is to learn an alternative way to manage products or projects that try to focus on the interaction between people to make the most of the teams, thereby obtaining the best possible results. What do you prepare? Knowing the basics of agile methodologies. Identify the advantages of agile methods over traditional. Explain the usual environments using the most known agile methods (Scrum, Kanban, XP) and Lean. Understand the management of cultural change involved in the company. Improve teamwork and communication. Increasing quality in all areas. Strengthen adaptation to change. Able to adapt to customer needs. SCRUM learn by practicing. Learning will take place through practice based on a set designed to promote teamwork and applying agile practices activities. To whom it May concern? This course is aimed at: Team leaders, middle managers, leaders and project managers. Team members to develop innovative products and work in complex environments. For those professionals who want to improve their professional practice in Project Management from the concepts and management methods proposed by the Agile Methodologies. 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. [-]

Foundation in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

​Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN)
Campus 1 year February 2017 Malaysia Selangor Penang

Foundation in Electrical and Electronic Engineering [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Technology Management 2017. Foundation in Electrical and Electronic Engineering Entry Requirement Pass SPM or equivalent with minimum credits (grade C) in 5 subjects inclusive Bahasa Inggeris, Mathematics, Additional Mathematics & Physics and a pass in Chemistry; or Pass O-Level from institution recognized by Government of Malaysia with minimum credit (grade C) in 5 subjects inclusive Bahasa Inggeris, Mathematics, Additional Mathematics/Physics and a pass in Chemistry or Pass UEC with grade B in 5 subjects inclusive Bahasa Inggeris, Mathematics, Advance Mathematics, Physics and a pass in Chemistry; or Other equivalent qualification recognized by Government of Malaysia [-]

Instrumentation and Control Engineering Technician

Fleming College
Campus 4 semesters September 2017 Canada Peterborough

Instrumentation technicians commission, install, calibrate, maintain and repair complex measurement and control systems used in a variety of process control applications. [+]

Instrumentation technicians commission, install, calibrate, maintain and repair complex measurement and control systems used in a variety of process control applications. Program Highlights As an Instrumentation and Control Technician your career will be technology-based with an applied edge. This four-semester Ontario College Diploma program will prepare you for a hands-on, exciting and rewarding career in emerging engineering and scientific fields. The program provides valuable and in-demand skills required in today's process, manufacturing, and calibration facilities. These include, but are not limited to: Process Control, Safety, Electrical/Electronic Controls and Sensors SCADA/PLC, Automation/Robotics Industrial Communications and Data Acquisition You will also learn required skills in communications, mathematics, science and health and safety to enhance your knowledge and skills for application in the workplace. Candidates in good standing can attend a one week professional training program hosted by Siemens Milltronics Process Instruments, located in Peterborough. This free training allows you to learn the ins and outs of some of the world's best instruments in a professional setting, taught by a certified Siemens professional. Your Lab The engineering commons is where you will gain experience working with a variety of instruments and controls currently used in industry. This well-equipped facility consists of a lower level industry/factory floor area (5000 square feet) and an upper level control/electronic station area overlooking it (3000square feet). Work Experience Students in this program may have the opportunity to apply to paid summer co-ops. Examples of companies that have sponsored co-ops include: OPG, SGS, Andritz Hydro and Opcode Systems. The co-op runs during the summer between years one and two. This co-op allows you to build on your academic education, experience the work environment and make valuable contacts in one of the many diverse industries requiring instrumentation technician professionals. Please note: In addition to tuition and fees, students who participate in a co-op pay a fee (approximately $506.00) for administrative costs associated with the co-op placement. Career Opportunities Graduates can obtain employment in industry sectors that use automated or controlled technology systems, found in the processing, instrumentation, manufacturing, petro-chemical, power generation, mining, oil and gas, alternative energy, nuclear energy, water treatment/water purification, or pulp, paper and wood processing industries. Instrumentation Technician is considered a voluntary trade in Canada, and many companies do not require trade certification. This means you can work in the field as an apprentice, or after obtaining a related two-year diploma After obtaining your diploma and working in the field for a few years, you can write the Trade Certification exam and obtain the Certificate of Qualification, if necessary. Instrumentation Technician graduates use a variety of computing, electromechanical, and test equipment to install, troubleshoot, calibrate, maintain, and repair simple or complex measurement and control devices in a variety of fields. Depending on the industry you choose, a day’s work can range from calibrating small instruments at your desk, to programming a robot to perform a certain task, to braving the elements in the Alberta Oil Sands while repairing a large valve. Typical Job Titles: Instrumentation Technician Process Technician, Process Analyst Control Technician Automation Technician Calibration and Test Technician Technical Sales Opportunities for employment in this field are expected to increase due to retirements, and to recent growth in the manufacturing sector. For more information on this career, visit Human Resources and Skills Development Canada Or, watch the video below about a job in the instrumentation control field. Minimum Admission Requirements Ontario Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent) with courses from the College (C), and Open (O) level including: 2 College (C) English courses (Grade 11 or Grade 12) 1 College (C) Math course (Grade 11 or 12) When (C) is the minimum course level for admission, (U) or (U/C) courses are also accepted. Recommended (but not required for admission) 1 College (C) Chemistry or Physics course (Grade 12) Mature Students If you are 19 years of age or older before classes start, and you do not possess an OSSD, you can write the Canadian Adult Achievement Test to assess your eligibility for admission. Additional testing or academic upgrading may be necessary to meet specific course requirements for entry to this program. Related Program With just 8 additional courses you can complete a second diploma at Fleming in the Electrical Engineering Technician program and graduate with 2 diplomas in 3 years. [-]

Construction Electrician Level 1

Vancouver Career College
Campus September 2017 Canada Burnaby

Vancouver Career College’s Construction Electrician Level 1 program prepares students to advance in their apprenticeships by building upon their knowledge of electrical theory. [+]

Vancouver Career College’s Construction Electrician Level 1 program prepares students to advance in their apprenticeships by building upon their knowledge of electrical theory. Students learn the first level of electrical theory and build the necessary skill and knowledge required to maintain employment as an electrical apprentice.

 

Students in this program learn about key topics such as construction and circuit drawings, electrical circuit concepts, and safety and rigging techniques. Students also learn about solid-state components using a variety of power, examine and design the internal circuitry of galvanometers, ammeters, voltmeters, watt meters, watt-hour meters, and ohmmeters, and build their computer skills.... [-]