English for Engineering
Together, we can engineer the future!
This expertly designed course provides you with the understanding of vocabulary used in civil, mechanical and electrical engineering English. We offer you the exclusive chance to learn one-on-one with a native speaking engineering expert who will assist you with your pronunciation, development of your vocabulary, and understanding of English technical terminology. Engineering design, materials technology, and automated systems are only some of the topics that you will study in this course. This course is useful because of the rise in the need for engineers who have good knowledge of technical English. As your knowledge of technical English grows, so will your international job opportunities. Enroll now, and let’s start to engineer the future together!
English for Engineering covers all of the necessary language and terminology needed to communicate successfully with any kind of engineering professional. This course will examine engineering topics such as technology in use, materials technology, components and assemblies, engineering design, breaking point, technical development, procedures and precautions, monitoring and control, theory and practice, and pushing the boundaries.
The unit, Technology in Use, will assist you in learning how to describe technical functions as well as applications, explain how technology works, technical advantages, and simplifying and illustrating technical explanations.
The section of Materials Technology looks at how to describe specific materials, how to categorize materials, discussing issues of quality, and how to specify as well as describe certain qualities.
In the Components and Assemblies portion of this course, you will learn how to describe the features and shapes of components, how to explain and assess certain techniques of manufacturing, how to explain joining and fixing techniques, and how to describe positions of assembled components.
Engineering Design explores working with drawings, how to resolve problems with designs, how to discuss dimensions and precision, and how to describe the phases and procedures of designing.
The unit, Breaking Point, teaches you how to describe types of technical problems, causes of faults, repairs, and maintenance. This section also teaches you how to assess and interpret faults.
The Technical Development portion of this course examines how to suggest ideas and solutions, how to assess feasibility, how to describe redesigns and improvements, and how to discuss technical requirements.
The unit on Procedures and Precautions covers the emphasis on the importance of precautions, how to discuss regulations and standards, working with notices and written instructions, and how to describe health and safety precautions.
Monitoring and Controlling explains how to describe automated system, how to discuss readings and trends, how to relay approximate figures, and how to refer to measurable parameters.
The Theory and Practice section looks at how to properly explain experiments and tests, how to inform others about your views on predictions and theories, how to compare results with expectations, and how to discuss causes and effects.
Pushing the Boundaries focuses on building your vocabulary and language to level where you can effectively describe and discuss issues of performance, suitability, relative performance, capabilities, and limitations.