Professional Course To Enhance The Skills For Working Mechanical Design Engineers?

Professional Course To Enhance The Skills For Working Mechanical Design Engineers?

I am mechanical Aerospace Design Engineer. I am looking for upgrading my skills in some of the mechanical design skills. For example: GD&T, Tolerance Stackup Analysis, Product Design, Aerospace Structural Design.
Presently, i am living in Tustin, California. I want to know is there some institutes or companies in around Tustin or Irvine, who can provide training in my interested topics.

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Nels N says:

The above post has some good spots to look, especially for strength/design considerations. Most makers of FEA (Finite Element Analysis) have training to familiarize you with their products. These training sessions are very expensive and require further investment in software and maintenance packages.
ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) has some courses for things like GD&T. Some courses are on-line and some are held at locations around the country, some of which are likely to be near your location. Personally, I’ve found their courses a bit on the pricey side too.
Sometimes local colleges will have courses of interest. This tends to be the most cost effective method of learning if you can find classes that you’d be interested in. Normally there is some method of taking classes without going through ALL the formal procedures for admission to a degree program.

Mark H says:

Time, experience, and inhouse classes. Catia, MSC/NASTRAN all have week long classes that cover all this and more.

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