Courses at Malta University Services The Art of Fortress Building in Hospitaller Malta
The aim of this new course which is run by the Malta University Services Ltd in collaboration with The International Institute for Baroque Studies at the University of Malta, is to deliver a series of lectures designed to introduce participants to the manner in which the Knights of the Order of St. John and their military engineers went about designing, building and repairing their defensive works throughout the 268 years of their rule over the Maltese Islands.
This 15-hour course which includes two site visits commences on Monday 8th October.
For further information please contact Mr CJ Falzon at Malta University Services Ltd on Tel: 21 234 121/2 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
First - Time Managers
A Course for First Line Supervisors
This programme covers several aspects of great relevance to every supervisor, for example, what the supervisor's job really entails, organising and delegating, directing and co-ordinating one's department, communicating new ideas and information, motivating and leading work teams, managing one's time, tackling costs and raising efficiency, problem solving, handling complaints and grievances in a tactful manner and maintaining good discipline.
This 60-hour course highlights important changes occurring in today's highly competitive environment and combines lectures, readings, group discussions, case studies and experiential exercises. Towards the end of the course participants will prepare an assignment relating the course to their work experience and environment.
The lecturers are drawn from within the Department of Management, FEMA, University of Malta.
This course commences on Tuesday 16th October 2007.
For further information please contact Ms Fiona Frendo on 21 234 121/2 or email@example.com
AutoCAD LT - Level 1
This course meets the continuously growing needs within local industrial and service organisations for the professional training of personnel who want to be competent in Computer Aided Draughting and Design using AutoCAD, a leading CAD system. The lecture handouts, which have evolved over our experience in AutoCAD training since 1989, are complemented with suitable case-studies and hands-on practical sessions on industry standard computers in an ergonomically designed computer laboratory. By the end of the course, participants will have mastered AutoCAD in such a way as to be proficient in its diverse practical use.
AutoCAD 3D - Level 2
This module builds upon the CAD Level 1 course. The aim is to provide the necessary theoretical and practical skills that give the course participants a leading edge in the advanced use of AutoCAD. By the end of the course, participants will be proficient in the use of 3D modelling using AutoCAD. For this purpose, the course covers diverse topics such as world and user co-ordinate systems, 3D model manipulation, surface modelling, solid modelling, Boolean operations and static rendering. Next course scheduled to start shortly.
Who Should Attend:
These courses are aimed for any interested individuals including Architects, Engineers, and Teachers of Engineering drawing, Draughtsmen and Interior Designers.
Courses commence soon! For further information and application forms please contact Ms Fiona Frendo on 21 234 121/2 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out our website: cadserver.eng.um.edu.mt