McGill, ÉTS launch Centre for Aerospace Professional Education
By Design Engineering StaffGeneral Aerospace Aerospace education McGill University
University joint initiative to offer hands-on courses for aerospace engineers.
McGill University’s School of Continuing Studies and Ecole de Technologie Superieure’s (ÉTS) Service du perfectionnement announced the launch of the Centre for Aerospace Professional Education (CAPE), a joint initiative in response to the need for hands-on, short courses and programs for professionals and engineers working in the aerospace industry.
According to the Centre, courses will be taught by researchers from ÉTS and McGill, as well as industry partners including Pratt & Whitney Canada, Bombardier Aerospace and Marinvent Corporation. The first courses begin in March 2013 and include topics such as Aircraft Design, Alloy and Composite Materials, Simulation Methods, and Certification and Flight Testing, among others.
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