How do you prove to a potential employer that you can still "engineer" after years in a purely management position?

Review core engineering and mathematics topics, programs, softwares, trends, and best practices.

Sharing Our Industry Knowledge

Visible Edge specializes in the Engineering industry, with over 30 years of experience supplying Mechanical Engineering & Design services and resources.

Re-Visit Crucial Mathematic Topics

Brush up on the mathematic skills essential to the discipline - including Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, Precalculus, and Calculus.

Optimize Your Time Spent Learning

Our program can be completed in a timeframe that allows you get back into work or full employment in a shorter time period.

Explore All Parts Of the Industry

Review courses and course content from various areas of the engineering industry - from new software releases to engineering mechanics, physics, thermodynamics, materials science, fluid mechanics, machine design fundamentals, and more.

This program focuses on reviewing the core engineering & mathematics courses in a timeframe that lets you get back into full employment in a shorter time period. Our core Engineering specific courses have been developed by over 150 internationally known, accredited colleges & universities, including, but not limited, to MIT, Boston University (BU), Harvard University, UC Berkley and more. The lecturers are the same ones who developed and/or deliver the courses at the same Universities. Students will receive a certificate of completion by the associated College or University and Visible Edge Institute, a Post-Secondary Educational Institution licensed by the Department of Education, will certify that you did in fact complete the course and apply an actual letter grade to your transcript.

In the core part of this program, you will begin your studies with refreshers in Algebra, Trigonometry, Precalculus and Calculus I. We offer CLEP tests for mathematics up to Calculus I. If successfully completed, you may move on to the next required math course while getting college credit that will be recognized by most colleges and universities.

Next you dive back into Engineering Mechanics: Statics & Dynamics, Strength of Materials &, Thermodynamics. For those electing to progress beyond the base Certificate Program, there are many electives available, including, but not limited to, Materials Science, Fluid Mechanics, System Dynamics, Machine Design Fundamentals, System Dynamics & Control, plus many more. You can also elect to learn a state-of-the-art CAD system, SolidWorks, to create 3D parametric geometry and drawings.

For those without a strong manufacturing background, you can elect to take any of 4 courses that provide an overview of Manufacturing Processes and Sciences (for details on this 4-part series please see our “Production Technologies” program).

 

Our partnership with the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) allows our students to also attain the industry-recognized Certified Manufacturing Associate (CMfgA) & Certified Manufacturing Technologist (CMfgT) credentials. All this before program completion.

Additionally, there is an optional Engineering Drawing & Graphics course for those without a drafting background. If you are really rusty, we also offer per-requisite courses including Fundamentals of Physics, Algebra, Geometry and even desktop applications related course such as Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Project and many more!

We also offer a wide range of other in-demand and unique electives that will increase your employment marketability over other traditionally trained candidates. As an added benefit, if you are currently unemployed, you may qualify to have the entire program paid for, 100%, without any out-of-pocket costs to you. We are WIOA, Trade Act, Section 30 and GI Bill Approved. We also offer various other financing options.

Our counselors are available to help put together a customized program to meet your needs.

Upon completion of the program, you may obtain industry-recognized certification including, but not limited to:

Certified Manufacturing Associate (CMfgA)

Certified Manufacturing Technologist (CMfgT)

Certified Manufacturing Expert (CMfgE)