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This course introduces elements of design thinking. It differentiates between different soft skills such as leadership skills, decision-making skills, motivation, communication, creativity, negotiation, teamwork and Team building. A detailed section is given on different types of developmental psychology. Real-life case studies will be displayed at the end of the course.

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This online course is an overview on the most vital features to understand the necessary aspects of mechanical engineering skills. The course will be delivered in three lessons to cover vital courses for a graduate mechanical engineer. By the end of this course the student will be able to update important skills required for the market place satisfying all Legal Guidelines and Safety Requirements.

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This course introduces elements of technical writing from practical viewpoint. It differentiates between content and appearance of text and how available word processing software can hear engineering writers. A detailed section is given to covert numerical data in to graphs using electronic spreadsheets. Some attention is given to the use of technical language for good engineering report writing.

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This course introduces engineers to the importance of efficient reading and note taking tools. Several examples are given to illustrate the principles of both subjects.  Mind mapping is among the tools used to for note taking either by hand or using an open source software. Videos will be shown for more details. MS OneNote will be explained to show its relation to engineering work.


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This course introduces the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It starts by introducing how the world map is classified into different regions including the classification of the World Bank.  Then it  explains each of the 17 goals through an interactive game, then in terms of a series of infographics to clarify details using numbers. For each goal, a series of targets and indicators are defined. An SDG matrix is used to show how SDGs are connected to engineering programs for each university.

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This course is devoted to SDGs and universities. A detailed curriculum framework is used to illustrate the application of each SDG in the form of a matrix showing types of education and required competences.  The next section will explain how universities and SDGs are interconnected.  Several examples for different parts of the world are given as successful implementation practices.

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This course develops continuous education to support start-up creation, develop a new line of small-business owners with engineering background grasping in-depth knowledge and expertise in manufacturing technology with adequate entrepreneurship skills capable of establishing a sustainable small manufacturing business and establishing successful and profitable business relationships with large enterprises with competitive production quality.


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Introduction:

This course introduces elements of entrepreneurship skills. It differentiates between different modules for startups. A detailed section is given on different investment and growth plan.