English for Engineer

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24 s.d 28 November 2014 | Rp 7.500.000,- di Training Center, Jakarta Timur

Jadwal Training 2015

19 s.d 23 Januari 2015 | Rp 7.500.000,- di Training Center, Jakarta Timur
23 s.d 27 Februari 2015 | Rp 7.500.000,- di Training Center, Jakarta Timur
23 s.d 27 Maret 2015 | Rp 7.500.000,- di Training Center, Jakarta Timur
20 s.d 24 April 2015 | Rp 7.500.000,- di Training Center, Jakarta Timur

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Training Outline  English for Engineer

  • Up to 24 – 40 hours of training content
  • Four learning modules to develop key skills:
  1. Speaking in technical English
  2. Listening and comprehension
  3. Technical writing
  4. Reading and understanding technical publications
  • Features:
  1. Topics are relevant to all engineers, including electrical, civil, and mechanical, as well as other technical professionals
  2. Visual elements guide the learner through skill areas
  3. Dynamic, interactive learning experience
  4. Provides immediate feedback
  5. Progress through course in any order and any learning level
  • At the end of the training, partcipant is able to:
  1. Communicate more effectively and share ideas with colleagues
  2. Enhance communication skills for career advancement
  3. Strengthen written English communications
  4. Develop effective presentation and speaking skills
  5. Increase fluency in the specialized language needed for work with a focus on technical and non-technical vocabulary
  6. Learn authentic terminology and practice real tasks to help prepare for everyday work
    Unit Skills Language Text
    1. Technology inuse Describing technical functions and applicationsExplaining how technologyWorksEmphasising technical Advantages

    Simplifying and illustrating technical explanations

    Words stemming from use allow, enable, permit, ensure,PreventVerbs to describe movementVerbs and adjectives to

    Describe

    Advantages

    Adverbs for adding

    Emphasis

    Phrases for simplifying

    And

    Rephrasing

    ListeningGPS applicationsSpace elevatorsAdvantages of a

    new pump

    A guided tour

    Reading

    Space elevators

    Otis lift technology

    Pile foundations

    2. Materialstechnology Describing specificMaterialsCategorising materialsSpecifying and

    describing

    Properties

    Discussing quality

    Issues

    Common materialsCategories of materialsconsist of, comprise,made of, made

    from, made out of

    Properties of materials

    Phrases for describing

    requirements

    Compounds of resistant

    Adverbs of degree

    Listening An environmentalauditSpecialised tools

    High-performance

    Watches

    Reading

    Materials recycling

    Regenerative

    brakes

    Kevlar

    3. Componentsandassemblies Describing componentshapes and featuresExplaining andassessing

    manufacturing

    techniques

    Explaining jointing and

    fixing techniques

    Describing positions of

    assembled components

    Shapes and 3DfeaturesWords to describemachining

    Phrases for describing

    suitability

    Verbs and nouns to

    describe joints

    and fixings

    Prepositions of position

    ListeningA project briefingElectrical plugs andsockets

    Metal fabrication

    UHP waterjet

    cutting

    Options for fixing

    Cluster ballooning

    Reading

    Cutting operations

    Flow waterjet

    technology

    Joints and fixings

    The flying garden

    chair

    4. Engineeringdesign Working with drawingsDiscussing dimensionsandPrecision

    Describing design

    phases

    and procedures

    Resolving design

    problems

    Views on technicaldrawingsPhrases related toscale

    Phrases related to

    tolerance

    length, width,

    thickness, etc.

    Drawing types and

    versions

    Verbs for describing

    stages of a

    design process

    Verbs and nouns for

    describing

    design problems

    ListeningA drawing queryScaleA floor design

    Design procedures

    Revising a detail

    Reading

    Superflat floors

    Queries and

    instructions

    5.Breakingpoint Describing types oftechnical problemAssessing andinterpreting

    Faults

    Describing the causes

    of

    faults

    Discussing repairs and

    maintenance

    Verbs and adjectivesfor describingtechnical problemsWords for describing

    faults and

    their severity

    Phrases for describing

    certainty/

    uncertainty

    Adjectives with prefixes

    for

    describing technical

    problems

    Verbs for describing

    repairs and

    maintenance

    ListeningA racing car testsessionTest session

    problems

    Technical help-line

    Tyre pressure

    problems

    A maintenance

    Check

    Reading

    Air Transat Flight

    236

    6.Technicaldevelopment Discussing technicalrequirementsSuggesting ideas andsolutions

    Assessing feasibility

    Describing

    improvements

    and redesigns

    Phrases for referring toissuesPhrases for referring toquantity

    and extent

    Phrases for suggesting

    solutions

    and alternatives

    Idioms to describe

    feasibility

    Verbs with re… to

    describe

    Modifications

    Idioms to describe

    redesigning

    ListeningSimulatorrequirements andeffects

    Lifting options

    Hole requirements

    and forming

    A project briefing

    Reading

    Mammoth proble

    7.Proceduresandprecautions Describing health andsafety precautionsEmphasising theimportance of

    precautions

    Discussing regulations

    and

    standards

    Working with written

    instructions and notices

    Types of industrialhazardsTypes of protectiveequipment

    Phrases for

    emphasising

    importance

    Terms to describe

    regulations

    Common language on

    safety notices

    Language style in

    written

    instructions

    ListeningA safety meetingHazard analysisLive line

    precautions

    Safety training

    Oral instructions

    Reading

    Live line

    maintenance

    Helicopter safety

    on oil platforms

    8.Monitoringand control Describing automatedsystemsReferring tomeasurable

    parameters

    Discussing readings

    and

    trends

    Giving approximate

    figures

    Words to describeautomatedsystemsWords to describe

    measurable

    parameters

    Words to describe

    fluctuations

    Words and phrases for

    approximating numbers

    ListeningIntelligent buildingsand automationMonitoring and

    control systems

    Electricity demand

    and supply

    problems

    Pumped storage

    hydroelectric power

    Internal reviews

    Reading

    Industrial process

    monitoring

    Dynamic demand

    controls

    9.Theory andpractice Explaining tests andexperimentsExchanging views onpredictions and

    theories

    Comparing results with

    Expectations

    Discussing causes and

    effects

    Words to describe testtypesWords and phrases forstating

    assumptions

    Words and phrases for

    agreeing and

    disagreeing

    Phrases for comparing

    expectations

    and results

    Words for linking

    causes and effects

    ListeningVehicle design andtestingWater rockets

    Air drop problems

    Moon landings

    Reading

    A rocket

    competition

    Chicken cannon

    10.Pushing theboundaries Discussingperformanceand suitabilityDescribing physical

    forces

    Discussing relative

    performance

    Describing capabilities

    and

    limitations

    Adjectives fordescribing suitabilityand performanceWords to describe

    types of forces

    factor, criteria, criterion,

    consideration

    Words and phrases to

    describe

    degrees of difference

    Words to describe

    capabilities and

    limits

    ListeningWind turbinetowersTall structures

    TGV world speed

    record

    The story of John

    Paul Stapp

    Reading

    Wind turbines fact

    file

    Solar towers

    Transport

    alternatives

    The Sonic Wind

    tests

    The rocket sled

    proposal

     

Training Instructor English for Engineer

Henry Sumartono

Training Date & Venue English for Engineer

Date   : 24 s.d 28 November 2014

Venue : Jl. Pondasi No. 50E Kampung Ambon – Jakarta Timur

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