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Mechanical Engineering Career Information | Education

Mechanical Engineering Career Information | Don Fitchett | LinkedIn.

  We have the topics below covered, what other topics would you like to see training material and courses for?

Infrared Inspection of Mechanical Systems

Best Practice Maintenance & Engineering 4 CD Set Reliability Training Program

Online Mechanical Training Videos

Online Welding Training Videos

Gas and Air Compressor Training CD

Centrifugal Pump Training Software

Heat Exchangers Basics Training

Mechanical Seal and Seal Selection Process Training

CBM and Condition Monitoring Techniques Training

Rotating Equipment Alignment Training

Industrial Valves Computer-Based Training

Steam Turbines & Governing Systems Training

Distillation Process and Equipment Training

Positive Displacement Pumps Training

Oil Exploration and Production Process Training

Industrial Hydraulics Training

EZ Hydraulic Schematics

Guide to Refinery Process Technologies – 2nd Edition

Industrial Hydraulic Systems and Circuits

Belt Bucket Elevator Design – 2nd Edition

Pumps (3 ebook set)

Handbook for Machining Equipment Maintenance

Bearings & Lubrication Explained

Rotating Machinery Long Life Basics

Heat Transfer Equipment Elementary

Metallurgy & Welding in Maintenance Overview

Plastics Application Fundamentals

Corrosion Control for Beginners

Dust Control Equipment & Methods

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December 12, 2014 Posted by | Education, engineering, maintenance, Mechanical, Skill Shortage | , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Underpaying workers is not a “Skills Gap”. | LinkedIn

A great discussion going on here where both the Root Cause is also the quickest Solution as well as the Long Term Fix. Why not join in the discussion? Click…

Underpaying workers is not a “Skills Gap”. | LinkedIn.

January 9, 2013 Posted by | Skill Shortage | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Business lessons from Albert Einstein

biggest takeaway … “Multitasking is a killer to productivity and innovation in any business. ”

Follow the great wisdom of Albert Einstein … “Be more present” IE: “Any man who can drive safely while kissing a pretty girl is simply not giving the kiss the attention it deserves.” Translation: “Multitasking is a killer to productivity and innovation in any business. ” Summary – a JOAT is not as likely to be as productive and innovative in any one field or skill as someone who is allowed to specialize in the  field or skill.

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Albert Einstein was a theoretical physicist, philosopher, author, and is perhaps the most influential scientists to ever live. He published many scientific and non-scientific works and is popularly known for his explanations & research on the Quantum theory. He is considered the father of modern physics and has influenced many modern day entrepreneurs. Here are a few business lessons to learn from Einstein:

Curiosity is the key

Ask yourself this question: What piques your curiosity? What makes one business to succeed and the other to fail? Always searching for the right mix or the right answer is what drives a business owner. The pursuit of your curiosity is the secret to your business.

Use the power of Imagination

Imagination is everything. It is more important than knowledge. Are you using your imagination in your business? It is always important to remember that imagination pre-plays your future. Are you exercising your…

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October 30, 2012 Posted by | Education, manufacturing, Skill Shortage, Uncategorized | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

   

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