If you have read any of my posting you know that I am definitely interested in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) areas of education and information technology.  This, of course, does not impede efforts towards commenting relative to social and political issues in our country and world today.  I just don’t use these subjects as “hills to die on”.  I don’t do Hollywood, entertainment, up close and personal, etc.  I enjoy technology and those who contribute their brand of technology for the betterment of society in general.  Ideas generate excitement!    New products generate excitement!  Being first generates excitement! We all know that.

One of the things I do with my company, Cielo Technologies, LLC, is publish, through www.pdhonline.org ,training modules for professional engineers.  These training modules are used to provide continuing education credits (CEUs) so engineers and architects can renew their state certifications and continue using their “stamp”; indicating professional and registered status.  There are thirty-six states requiring CEUs or continuous learning for certification.

With this in mind, I would like to indicate those courses I have written and offered through PDH.  Please take a look:

“Fundamentals of Gas Combustion” Course Number M273
“Reliability Engineering” Course Number G238
“Engineering Program Management Course Number P181
“Adhesives” Course Number G257
“Light-Cure Adhesives” Course Number G263
“Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) and Design for Six Sigma (DFSS)” Course Number M347
“Design of Atmospheric Gas Burners” Course Number M367
“RFID Technology” Course Number G344
“Ignition Sources for Atmospheric Gas Burners” Course Number M370
“Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing” Course Number M383
“Writing Effective Work Instructions” Course Number G373
“Engineering Tribology” Course Number M427
“Tribology” Course Number M498
“Industrial Safety” Course Number G473

Please keep in mind you do NOT have to be an engineer to purchase one of these courses.  They are written to give a basic understanding of the technology offered.

With respect:

Bob Jackson

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