- Course ID: CH710VTL
- Type: Instructor-led Virtual Course
- Language: English
- Skill Level: Basic
- Duration: 4 days
- CEUs: 2.30
- PDHs: 23.00
- Accrediting Agencies:
What You'll Learn | Who Should Attend | Testimonials
While you may not have been formally trained as a chemical engineer, any engineer, operator, or nontechnical person can get drawn into the chemical engineering realm. A basic understanding of chemical engineering can prepare you to participate in discussions, evaluate designs, and ask the right questions. This four-day overview equips you with the practical knowledge you need to be more effective at work.
Walk the talk
The chemical process industries (CPI) employ far more disciplines than simply chemical engineers, but almost everyone, from logistics personnel, lawyers, and accountants to mechanical engineers, electrical engineers, and operators, are expected to navigate unfamiliar terminology, processes, and equipment.
Taught by two dynamic and engaging instructors, this virtual course will get you up to speed if you’ve found yourself in unfamiliar territory. Real-world chemical engineering fundamentals, actual industrial examples, and hands-on exercises prepare you to collaborate with chemical engineers and excel in the CPI. Learn the basics of fluid flow and mixing, heat transfer, distillation and separations, reaction engineering, process safety, and more.
Click here for a full outline of the four-day course.
Karl V. Jacob
Karl Jacob is a retired Fellow in Engineering Sciences at The Dow Chemical Company and founder of their Solids Processing Lab.Read more
Retired from Dow, Sue has developed heat exchange, distillation, and ASPEN modeling expertise through years of experience in Process Design and Manufacturing.Read more
Teams (10 or more)
Minimize cost and maximize learning with Train-A-Team.Learn more
|AIChE Grad Student Members||$1,042.25|
|AIChE Undergrad Student Members|
Every student who completes the course will receive a personalized certificate stating course dates, and earned CEUs, and PDHs.