Continuing education programmes in the field of Engineering & Technology
DAS Welding Technology
During the “DAS Welding Technology” programme, you will acquire the precise specialised knowledge that meets the requirements recommended by the International Institute of Welding (IIW) for welding supervisors. This is possible thanks to the close collaboration with the Swiss Association of Welding Technology (SVS) and the expertise of the ZHAW School of Engineering.
Graduates with a university degree will receive the “DAS Welding Technology” certification as well as the interna-tionally recognised “International Welding Engineer IWE” diploma.
Graduates from professional schools or technical colleges will receive the “DAS Welding Technology” certification along with the in-ternationally recognised “International Welding Engineer IWE” diploma.
CEC Additive Manufacturing (3D print)
Additive manufacturing processes (3D print) are increasing in significance. Whereas this technology was first used in the creation of prototypes and models, it is now making inroads in serial production as well. Additive manufacturing processes have already established themselves in product development and production in various fields of mechanical engineering, medical technology and aircraft manufacturing, for example.
Our “CEC Additive Manufacturing (3D print)” continuing education course teaches you the different additive manufacturing processes and the corresponding procedures for the pre- and post-preparation of various applications and expands this knowledge in practical exercises. In addition, the course illustrates the benefits of this process compared to conventional manufacturing, as well as the limits of additive manufacturing.
CEC Automation Update
Our “CEC Automation Update” continuing education course provides participants with an overview of automation technology along the lines of: “What is feasible and what tools are used in this industry?”
The course is designed for people who work in the area of automation technology but are not involved with it directly themselves yet would like to gain a thorough overview of it.
CEC Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
Engineers at work often face the task of recording, processing and evaluating sensor signals. For reasons of cost and flexibility, the realisation of classic analogue electronics is shifting toward digital signal processing. This trend is increasing thanks to ever cheaper signal processors and new micro-controllers with special signal processing hardware.
The “CEC Digital Signal Processing (DSP)” continuing education course uses practical examples and selected theory chapters to show how such challenges can be overcome efficiently, quickly and effectively with the algorithms and methods of DSP.