Chemical Engineering: What scientists and other engineers need to know...

Essential training developed, and presented, by Britest's team of specialists in technical facilitation in association with Scientific Update

30 APRIL - 2 MAY 2019

Manchester Conference Centre, UK

Following the success of a well-received course in Lisbon last autumn, we are delighted to invite you to take-up the first UK-based opportunity to attend this essential three-day training course for R&D Scientists and Engineers from other disciplines, who may find themselves at a disadvantage when working in process research and development because of their lack of knowledge about the basic principles of chemical engineering, or when considering the whole process.

Developed, and presented, by Britest's team of specialists in technical facilitation and knowledge transfer across disciplines and at the interface between R&D and manufacturing, this unique course doesn't dwell on the mathematics of chemical engineering design, but instead focuses on what other disciplines need to know about the information and data that chemical engineers need for design, scale-up and process troubleshooting.

A very good course, covering important fundamentals of chem engineering and relating them to practical applications (2018 delegate)

Topics covered - Flow of Fluids,Heat Transfer, Mass Transfer and Separation Processes, Reaction Engineering, and Process Safety - are described in more detail in the course brochure, which is available along with a simple online registration form at the  Course Details and Registration Page on Scientific Update's website.

If you would like to discuss the course informally with one of the tutors, you'd be very welcome to contact Britest's  Rob Peeling.