No Engineer Left Behind: A Recession Busting Initiative from CD-adapco for Displaced and Unemployed Engineers

NEW YORK and LONDON, March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- CD-adapco today announced the launch of 'No Engineer Left Behind', an exciting new program that offers free CAE software and training, to recently unemployed or displaced engineers. This opportunity, which has an in-kind value of well over $25,000, offers qualifying engineers free licenses and training for STAR-CCM+, CD-adapco's industry leading CFD code, with the aim of increasing their future employability:

"The unfortunate state of the global economy has left many highly talented engineers as its innocent victims," says CD-adapco's Senior VP of Operations, Dr Bill Clark. "The 'No Engineer Left Behind' program is specifically designed to enable these engineers to enhance their computer-aided engineering skills and improve their marketability into one of the most buoyant areas of the engineering business."

Qualifying engineers are invited to attend free training courses at any CD-adapco training facility worldwide. The training will focus on the practical application of STAR-CCM+ to the solution of industrial problems. Skills learned can easily be deployed in a wide range of industries, including: Aerospace and Defense, Automotive, Biomedical, Buildings, Chemical, Environmental, Marine, Oil and Gas, Power Generation, and Turbomachinery.

Available training courses cover topics in a number of areas, including: Introductory and Advanced STAR-CCM+; Engineering Process Automation through JAVA Scripting; Virtual Tow Tank - Computational Simulation Training for Naval Architects & Marine Engineers; Effective Heat Transfer Modeling and many more.

After completion of the first course, attendees will take home a certificate of competence, and a free software license of STAR-CCM+. Gaining access to the code will allow attendees to practice and maintain the learned skills which are a global standard for CAE simulation.

For more details please contact Lauren Wright, Email Contact, +1-734-453-2100 or visit http://www.cd-adapco.com/nelb.




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