Engineering - problem solving - Consultancy -education
Engineering Consultancy- My desire and goal is to acquire specialized knowledge in mechanical Engineering through research and further education, the knowledge will enable me to give engineering advice or provide services in the field. I take this as a possible career path for me because I am an honest person who is communicates effectively and a good time manager. Over the long term I will set up my consulting firm to serve a range of production companies over the range of multi-faceted roles.
To achieve this I will need to acquire a professional Engineers license and gain mechanical engineers membership. Work experience of a minimum of five years in companies that provide consulting type services. Further, I need to improve my social skills to get a network of connection which will be crucial in getting contracts when I start the consulting firm.
Engineering teaching/ education- My consulting knowledge will finally be given back to the society through upcoming engineers by teaching in institutions of higher learning. I have a passion to support others to challenge and improve theories in Engineering. Teaching will enable me to share my consulting and practical mechanical experience in a way that will motivate my students to research more and improve the Engineering field knowledge.
[...] Previous pre-engineer metal building experience. iii. Observe ABC codes in building designs. iv. A minimum of IET certification. v. Ability to design low to id range projects. Comparison The design engineer position has higher experience requirements compared to the trainee position that only certificates and some knowledge in the structural building are required. The fulltime design engineer position requires professional certification in the United States whereas the intern position minimum of graduate certificate. Registration with the professional body is a requirement in the fulltime position whereas for the graduate trainee position requires minimum IET certification. [...]
[...] Design Engineer i. Understand current building codes and standards in the metal building industry. ii. Minimum Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering with specialization in structural building (Civil engineering). iii. Experience self storage and roofing systems iv. Registration with professional body. v. Ability to interpret structural drawings and develop project scopes when needed. i. Design accurate, safe and cost effective structures. vi. Manage projects by communicating to customers to deliver cost effective designs 2. Design Engineer trainee ii. [...]
[...] Engineers engage in activities ranging from conception, design, development, and inventing of systems and product. Higher level science and mathematics like calculus and calculus based theoretical science courses are emphasized in engineering education, and they work closely with engineering scientists in research projects (Red & Mooring, 1983) Prominent mechanical engineer- Samuel T Wellman Wellman was a steel industry specialist in mechanical engineering, and was an American society of professional Engineers president from the years 1901 to 1902. He designed a regenerative gas furnace for his father's company. [...]
[...] Engineering programs are geared towards the attainment of conceptual and design skills whereas, engineering technology programs are geared towards application of designs. The Engineers use the approach of leading edge where they apply the unknown while technologists adopt the high tech where they apply the known (Eide, 1979). ii. Technologists specialize on courses that are more practical in nature like algebra, trigonometry, and applied calculus whereas engineers use knowledge of natural science and mathematics acquired by study, practice, and experience, to build up ways to economically utilize materials and forces of nature for humankind advantage. [...]
[...] R. (1979). Engineering fundamentals and problem solving. New York: McGraw-Hill. Red, W. E., & Mooring, B. (1983). Engineering: Fundamentals of problem solving. Monterey, Calif: Brooks/Cole Engineering Division. Eide, A. R. (1997). Selected materials from engineering fundamentals and problem solving. New York: McGraw-Hill. [...]
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