SPECIAL COURSES AND FUNDAMENTALS CERTIFICATES
Fundamentals certification offers senior engineering and science students, as well as fresh graduates, essential hard and soft skills that are required to gain a competitive edge in the job market. Experienced engineers and scientists who are considering a career change may find one of these certificates helpful.
Each of the certificates consists of a total of 60 hours of instruction and practice. The first 30 hours cover essential soft skills, and the second 30 hours cover the participant’s chosen specialization.
Currently, LIAS offers the following certificates:
- Certificate in the Fundamentals of Project Management
- Certificate in the Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship
- Certificate in the Fundamentals of Quality Control
Special courses are designed on a flexible schedule with a minimum of 30 hours of instruction per course. Courses may be held on Saturdays.
The following is a list of the special courses currently offered:
- Summer Academy
- 4G: Fundamentals, Current Operational Basics and Evolution Path to 5G
- Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
- Android Development Fundamentals
- Practical Solution of Quality-Related Problems
- Document Controlling and Information Management
- Foundation Skills for Engineers and Scientists
- Geographic Information Systems
- Landscape Architecture
- Principles and Administration of Construction Claims
- Understanding FIDIC’s Standard Form of Contract
- Writing and Managing Winning Proposals for Engineers
- Contract Administration According to FIDIC Contracts
- Procurement Processes, Procedures For Consultants, Works and Goods
Certificate of Participation
A certificate is presented to the participant upon the successful completion of each course.
Method of Payment
The fees should be paid in cash at the Engineering and Science Services office or by check payable to LIAS. Letters of authorization from companies are acceptable.
Deadline for Application
Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Prospective participants are urged to apply at least two weeks before the beginning date of the course they intend to join.