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Training courses

The widest range of training programmes designed for engineers and professionals available from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

This calendar of training courses will support individuals to develop their technical, leadership and business skills for improved business performance.

Leadership and Management: Leading the team

Training for engineers that have, or aspire to, take on greater people management responsibilities

Aug

Sep

Oct

 Nov

Dec 

Jan

International management         8-9  
Leadership practice     2 (V)    
New engineering manager 16-17 (G)
30-1 (C)
 13-14  11-12 (A) 7-8 (M)  
Operational risk management     14-15   2-3  
Performance management and appraisal   28 (V)   19    
Senior engineering manager   21-22 (M)  4-5 (A) 3-4 (B) 15-16  
Mentoring for MPDS 29 20 (M) 3 (A) 2 27 (B)
Mentoring skills 30  21 (M) 4 (A) 3 28 (B)

Programmes and qualifications

Fundamentals of engineering management (CMI Level 3 Certificate in First Line Management)
Designed for new and aspiring line managers to support the step up to management.

Pathway to leadership excellence (CMI Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management skills)
For more experienced managers, this programme will support you in leading your team and organisation to high performance.

Leadership and Management: Leading self

Training that helps engineers take control of their individual development and workplace performance

Aug

Sep 

 Oct

Nov 

Dec 

Jan

Applying ethical principles       25    
Communication and influencing skills   8-9 (B) 12-13 (M) 11-12 1-2 (A)  
Customer service excellence       3-4 (B)    
Innovation and problem solving skills   8-9   7-8 (A)  
Managing time     28 (M) 17 (A) 4  
Presentation skills      15-16 4-5 (M)    

Leadership and Management: Leading the business

Training programmes designed to help engineers make a greater impact by improving business outcomes

 Aug

Sep

 Oct

 Nov

 Dec

Jan

APM introductory certificate in project management   13-14 (B) 15-16  
APMP Project management qualification     5-9    
Business continuity and resilience     20-21      
Business skills for graduate engineers   28-29 (B)   16-17    
Commercial risk awareness for engineers          
Commercial skills       19-20    
Consultative selling skills   29-30   17-18 (B)    
Contract law and contract drafting       1-2 (B) 27-28
Financial management   5-6 (M)  5-6   18-19 (G)
Introduction to cost estimating     7-8   9-10 (B)  
Managing smaller engineering projects     27-28 (M) 11-12    
Negotiation skills   13-14   9-10  
Research and development project management   13-14 (M) 17-18 2-3 (A)  
Successful project management 29-30 (B)   11-12 (G) 9-10  
Understanding intellectual property for engineers        19-20    
Winning bids and tenders       4-5     

Engineering essentials

Aug 

Sep

 Oct

Nov 

Dec 

Jan

 CDM regulations     6      
 Electrical principles     18   20 (C)
 Electrical schematics       19    
 Fault finding principles for engineers     7-8      
 Geometric dimensioning and tolerance         8-10  
 Introduction to systems engineering     29-30      
 Introduction to standards     13      
 21st Century TRIZ       4    
 Non-destructive testing introduction   28 (B)   26    
 Preparing engineering specifications   9-10 (M)   11-12  2-3 (B)  
 Principles of commissioning         9  
 Principles of mechanical engineering       9-10  
 Technical report writing 3
15 (G)
15 (C) 10 (A) 9  
 Tolerance analysis       10    

 

Product lifecycle

Aug 

Sep 

 Oct

Nov

 Dec

Jan

 LEAN overview     19       
 LEAN practitioner      27-29      
 Design for six sigma     20      
 Six sigma - Yellow belt       2-4    
 Engineering for service and support         3-4  
 Design for manufacturability     1 (B) 17    
 Failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA)       30    
 Root cause analysis            
 Commercialising innovation     26-27   1-2 (B)  
 New product introduction       18-19    

Technical: Railway

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Training portfolio

Over 70 business and technical courses designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills you require to make a success of your career.

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For more information, please contact the Learning and Development team on +44 (0)20 7304 6907 or training@imeche.org.

 

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