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Engineering FALL 2012 – SPRING 2013

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From the Dean’s Desk Thank you for choosing the UWM School of Continuing Education. The learning journey you are embarking on this fall has the power to enhance your career, community and your life. If you would like to share these opportunities with colleagues, consider taking advantage of our customized programming capabilities. We can arrange for any of these quality courses to be tailored to your organization’s specific needs and brought directly to your facility. For more information, simply contact Erica Gumieny at 414-227-3226 or egumieny@uwm.edu. After participating in courses, you may have questions about your future personal and professional life plans. I invite you to seek guidance through our Career Transitions Center (CTC). The friendly professionals can assess your current situation, future aspirations and how you can achieve your goals. Contact 414-227-3243 or sce-ctc@uwm.edu for details. Enjoy your experience at the School of Continuing Education. We are proud to support your commitment to lifelong learning and look forward to working with you.

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Patricia Dr. Patricia Arredondo Associate Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs Interim Dean, UWM School of Continuing Education Professor, Department of Educational Psychology

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Table of ConTenTs ProFESSIonAl DEVEloPMEnT CErTIFICATES ......................................................4 onSITE TrAInInG ..................................................................................................5 ElASToMEr TEChnoloGy ....................................................................................6 ElECTrICAl EnGInEErInG ....................................................................................6 MEChAnICAl EnGInEErInG ..................................................................................8 PlASTICS TEChnoloGy ........................................................................................9 SIx SIGMA BlACk BElT ......................................................................................11 WATEr TEChnoloGy ..........................................................................................12 ADVANCED SEARCH ............................................................................................14 GENERAL INFORMATION ....................................................................................15

YOUR INSTRUCTORS SCE instructors are world-class faculty, professionals and experts in the fields they teach. Their unique blend of real-world experience and academic excellence make courses engaging, exciting and effective. With thought-provoking theories and applicable lessons, the knowledge you gain from our 600 practitioner instructors will enhance your life, career and community.

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Professional DeveloPmenT CerTifiCaTes sce-certificates.uwm.edu Completing a professional certificate fuels a more successful future. Through a certificate program, you gain focused skills and earn critical credentials that improve your current position and make you more attractive when applying for jobs. SCE offers over 40 certificate opportunities in a variety of areas. For more information about your options, visit sce-certificates.uwm.edu.

Elastomer Technology (ET)

Plastics Technology (PT)

Earn the certificate by attending nine or more days of related courses within three years.

Earn the certificate by attending nine or more days of related courses within three years. In addition, any one of the tolerancing courses may be applied toward this certificate.

• Molding of rubber and Design of rubber Molds, pg. 6 • rubber Materials Selection, pg. 6

Electrical Engineering (EE) Maximize productivity, efficiency and innovation. Use your new skills to make an immediate impact at your job. Earn the certificate by attending nine or more days of related courses within three years. • Protective relaying Principles & Applications, pg. 6 • Electrical Substation Equipment Aging, pg. 7 • Transmission line Design, pg. 7 • Understanding Power System Design & operation, pg. 7 • Electrical Substation Design Fundamentals, pg. 8

Mechanical Engineering (ME) Earn your Dimensioning and Tolerancing certificate by attending three related courses within three years. • Tolerance Stack Up Analysis, pg. 8 • Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing, pg. 8

• Designing Plastic Parts for the Injection Molding Process, pg. 9 • Plastic Material Selection, pg. 9 • Plastic Part Failure Analysis, pg. 9 • Plastic Injection Mold Design Basics, pg. 10 • Plastic Injection Mold Design Advanced, pg. 10 • Innovative Solutions for Plastic Part Production, pg. 10

Six Sigma Black Belt (SS) obtain proven six sigma skills and practical experience to transform your organization beyond world-class performance. Earn the certificate by completing four modules and homework assignments as well as a capstone project. • Six Sigma Black Belt Training Certificate, pg. 11 • Six Sigma Green Belt for Services and Transactions, pg. 11 • Six Sigma Black Belt for Services and Transactions, pg. 11

Water Technology (WT) learn about the latest technology, law and policy, and practices related to stormwater, waste water, and drinking water. Earn the certificate by attending nine or more days of related courses within two years. • Water harvesting Systems and Application, pg. 12 • native landscape Design for Stormwater, pg. 12 • Wisconsin Sedimentation & Erosion Control Inspector (WISECI)TM Best Management Practices, pg. 12 • Sustainable Water-Centric Communities, pg. 13

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ONSITE TRAINING Capitalize on our Capabilities Any of our engineering programs can be customized to meet your organization's unique and specific employee development needs. Onsite training helps you: Contain Costs by eliminating or reducing travel, food and lodging expenses. Maximize Convenience by choosing your optimal dates, times and location. Save Time with staff spending fewer hours away from work. Build Teamwork through group brainstorming and shared learning experiences. Custom Tailor Content to your needs to accomplish specific organizational objectives. Or, use the curriculum as-is.

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“The onsite training classes provided opportunities for me to learn about the Industry, especially in areas where I have no experience. The Engineering Series equipped me with additional knowledge I now use to bid and work on different types of projects.� James Buckner, Project Manager, Kenny Construction

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Molding of Rubber and Design of Rubber Molds ET Examine compression, transfer and injection molding as well as basic material processes and design factors. Instructors draw upon their extensive career knowledge, inviting and encouraging you to participate by addressing your questions and specific rubber mold design applications. you are encouraged to bring drawings or parts giving problems in production for discussion.

Rubber Materials Selection ET Discover how the unique characteristics of different rubber materials allow you to fulfill different functions. learn how to choose materials using a series of questions about the functional goal of the product and the environment in which it must operate. Practical exercises are conducted to give experience in the selection process.

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes • Gain an integrated perspective of rubber molding and design of rubber molds • Understand current principles and techniques in the design of molds and molded part design • Explore useful design information – valuable for beginners and seasoned practitioners mon.-Wed., oct. 29-31 8am-4:30pm instructors: Terry l. Chapin, van T. Walworth fee: $1190 CeUs: 1.8 Program no. 4830-8331

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• learn about families of elastomer types • Understand why finding the exact balance of several desirable properties for a given application may be difficult • Examine the pitfalls of making a poor choice of an elastomeric compound Thu.-fri., nov. 1-2 8am-4:30pm instructor: James r. Halladay fee: $890 CeUs: 1.4 Program no. 4830-8332

Protective Relaying Principles & Applications EE learn the fundamental concepts of protective relaying – beginning with basic concepts and ending with a discussion of fault and disturbance analysis. Upon completing this course, you will be able to recognize key protective relaying considerations for distribution lines, transmission lines, substations, transformers, buses and circuit breakers.

Learning Outcomes • learn criteria used to select protective relay settings • Understand key design considerations and operations • Examine case studies that include examples of correct and incorrect operation of protective relaying schemes mon.-Wed., oct. 22-24 8am-4:30pm instructor: anthony f. sleva fee: $1190 CeUs: 2 Program no. 4830-8406


Elastomer Technology

EE For craftsmen, engineers, supervisors and managers who are responsible for performing, supervising and scheduling maintenance activities; determining periodic maintenance needs, or determining end of life for substation components.

Learning Outcomes • Become acquainted with aging mechanisms • Identify recognized failure modes and aging indicators • Gain insight into periodic and in-service testing • Save money by being proactive and avoiding repair/replacement costs Thu.-fri., oct. 25-26 8am-4:30pm instructor: anthony f. sleva fee: $890 CeUs: 1.4 Program no. 4830-8407

Transmission Line Design

Understanding Power System Design & Operation

EE learn a wide variety of design subjects at a level appropriate to those relatively new to the area of transmission line design. Explore the fundamentals for the electrical, civil and structural design components of electric transmission lines.

Learning Outcomes • Examine industry practices, technical requirements, configuration philosophies, design practices, information resources and work procedures • Understand mechanical loads on structures and foundation design • learn about conductor types, sag and tension calculations, insulation and hardware, structure loading, codes and standards, clearances, foundations, ice and wind loading, and environmental coordination

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Substation Equipment Aging

EE For managers, project coordinators, engineers, designers, technicians and other individuals who have little or no formal training in electrical power system design and operation. This includes individuals who need to communicate effectively with electrical engineers and other electrical system designers.

Learning Outcomes

mon.-Wed., nov. 12-14 8am-4:30pm instructor: Doug Proctor fee: $1195 CeUs: 2 Program no. 4830-8403

• learn key electrical parameters and fundamental operation of power systems • Understand scenarios that lead to localized customer interruptions, widespread power outages and regional blackouts • Examine case studies that include a list of modifications designed to minimize outages Wed.-fri., apr. 10-12, 2013 8am-4:30pm instructor: anthony f. sleva fee: $1175 CeUs: 2 Program no. 4830-8421

“Instructor was outstanding, facility was excellent and the location was great.” Program Participant

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Electrical Substation Design Fundamentals EE learn the fundamentals of electrical, civil and structural design issues of electric power substations. Topics cover safety, standards, site development, grounding practices, bus configurations, AC and DC ancillary systems, and major equipment. Study substation design subjects at a level appropriate to those relatively new to the field. Get an introduction to technical requirements, configuration philosophies, design practices, information sources and work processes.

Tolerance Stack Up Analysis ME Apply tolerance stack-up analysis techniques to a variety of assemblies. Explore loop analysis, number charting, virtual condition, resultant condition, inner and outer boundaries, minimum airspace, maximum wall thickness, maximum interference, minimum and maximum overall thickness, and fixed and floating fastener assembly conditions.

Learning Outcomes:

Learning Outcomes • learn about substation project chronology and developing the scope/identifying the constraints for the overall project • Understand costs and schedules • Explore site grading design, foundations, insulation and insulation protection and structures mon.-Wed., apr. 22-24, 2013 8am-5pm instructor: Dan Chaply fee: $1295 CeUs: 2.1 Program no. 4830-8424

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• Calculate minimum and maximum wall thicknesses, airspaces and interferences for assemblies • Examine gaps for assemblies that use a variety of datum structures • learn a system of logic and mathematics to analyze tolerances

Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing ME Gain a thorough understanding of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing by detailing critical information on the basics of GD&T. lectures, realistic examples, discussions and applications problems explore the more difficult principles of GD&T. you'll learn and apply techniques in datum selection and tolerancing optimization. This approach preserves functional product requirements, while taking into consideration manufacturing difficulties, introducing more producible tolerances, practical datum structures and pre-planning measurement methods. Updated for the latest standard - y14.5-2009

Wed.-fri., nov. 28-30 8am-4:30pm instructor: James D. meadows fee: $1095 ends at noon on Day 3 Program no. 4830-8155

Learning Outcomes: • Interpret and apply ASME y14.5-2009 • reduce drawing changes and interpretation errors while designing for maximum profitability • Bid contracts with confidence Wed.-fri., mar. 20-22, 2013 8am-4:30pm instructor: James D. meadows fee: $1290 ends at noon on Day 3 CeUs: 1.7 Program no. 4830-8153


PlasTiCs TeCHnology Designing Plastic Parts for the Injection Molding Process PT

• learn how to select an appropriate plastic material formulation • Gain an appreciation of how to work within the manufacturing limitations associated with the injection molding process • Understand how to approach plastic product development and establish end use requirements

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learn about the various factors involved in selecting a plastic material for your application. Discover plastic processing considerations that will help you design consistent and reliable parts.

Learning Outcomes • Distinguish streams of data from truly valuable information and learn to ask the right questions of their suppliers in order to arrive at viable material selections • Understand plastic properties that will help you avoid mistakes in molding mon.-Wed., mar. 18-20, 2013 8am-4:30pm instructor: michael sepe early bird: $1090 (register by Jan. 18) fee: $1190 CeUs: 2 Program no. 4830-8321

This course treats failures in plastic products and their prevention from the standpoint of the fundamentals of part design, mold design, material selection, processing, and product testing and validation. Case studies are provided as illustrations of how these principles and tools are applied. Designers, engineers and quality assurance professionals responsible for solving and preventing performance problems in all things plastic should attend.

Learning Outcomes • learn about the different forms of plastic part failure mechanisms • recognize the cause and effect of the failure mode • review the tools used to conduct failure analysis with an emphasis on practical application

Plastics Technology

Learning Outcomes

Plastic Part Failure Analysis

Mechanical Engineering

For engineers and designers involved in the design of injection molded plastic parts. Get a fundamental overview of plastic part design for the process of injection molding. Examine plastic materials, engineering design, manufacturing considerations and assembly methods. The course is ideal for engineers and designers who are accustomed to working with metals and are faced with metal to plastic concerns.

Plastic Material Selection

Electrical Engineering

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Thu.-fri., mar. 21-22, 2013 8am-4:30pm instructor: michael sepe early bird: $790 (register by Jan. 21) fee: $890 CeUs: 1.4 Program no. 4830-8322

mon.-Tue., nov. 5-6 8am-4:30pm instructor: nick schott fee: $890 CeUs: 1.4 Program no. 4830-8305 or mon.-Tue., may 13-14, 2013 early bird: $890 (register by mar. 13) fee: $990 Program no. 4830-8325

“Class was amazing! I learned tons of useful information.” Program Participant

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Plastic Injection Mold Design Basics

Plastic Injection Mold Design Advanced

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Get a comprehensive look at injection mold design and learn how you can contribute to the success of projects. See a unique blend of detailed mold design concepts set forth in the context of the whole design process. on the final day of this interactive course, you participate in the mold design process.

you've got the basics, now move up to the next level. learn advanced concepts about the inner workings of injection molds. Cost savings are stressed throughout. you work on "mini-projects" at each important juncture.

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes • Understand mold design concepts • Avoid costly mistakes • Specify and evaluate your purchases of molds mon.-Wed., apr. 22-24, 2013 8am-4:30pm instructor: John vosmeier early bird: $990 (register by feb. 22) fee: $1090 CeUs: 2 Program no. 4830-8323

• Understand advanced parting line, shut-off development, advanced slide and lifter design • learn to do advanced cavity and core inserting • Analyze your current issues regarding the subject matter Thu.-fri., apr. 25-26, 2013 8am-4:30pm instructor: John vosmeier early bird: $790 (register by feb. 25) fee: $890 CeUs: 1.4 Program no. 4830-8324

“John Vosmeier is an exceptional instructor. I have learned more than I thought possible.” Program Participant

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Innovative Solutions for Plastic Part Production PT learn to overcome challenges facing the injection molding industry. Evaluate the needs vs. equipment (for injection molding). Present the selection of molds available and criteria for choosing them. Identify day-to-day issues that arise with the quality of injection molded parts. offer solutions and suggestions to help you in your injection molding arena.

Learning Outcomes • learn good molding practices and review scientific injection molding principles • Understand problems with resins, processing, and machines • learn to apply innovation solutions to injection molded parts Wed.-Thu., may 15-16, 2013 8am-4:30pm instructor: nick brown early bird: $790 (register by mar. 15) fee: $890 CeUs: 1.4 Program no. 4830-8326


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Six Sigma Black Belt Training Certificate SS obtain proven six sigma skills and practical experience to transform your organization beyond world-class performance. If you are already a Six Sigma Green Belt, you may be able to enroll in Modules III and IV of our Black Belt Series and receive a Black Belt upon completion of a capstone project.

Learning Outcomes

module ii – measure and analyze Tue.-Wed., apr. 9-10, 2013 8am-4:30pm instructor: Davis r. bothe fee: $1195 CeUs: 1.4 Program no. 4830-8142 module iii – analyze and improve Tue.-Wed., may 7-8, 2013 8am-4:30pm instructor: Davis r. bothe fee: $1195 CeUs: 1.4 Program no. 4830-8143

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Specifically designed for non-manufacturing operations. Acquire proven Six Sigma tools and skills in a services and transactions environment (e.g., IT and healthcare). Discover methods to bring about breakthrough improvements and reduce errors in performance to generate significant cost savings.

Take your Green Belt to the next level! Preserve process knowledge gained, analyze variance and develop corrective action plans. Prerequisite: Six Sigma Green Belt Modules I & II or equivalent green belt experience.

Learning Outcomes

Earn the certificate by completing both modules and a capstone project within three months.

Learning Outcomes • Understand the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) methodology • learn how to correctly apply the right statistical tool at the right time • Through a capstone project, demonstrate your ability to successfully use these skills to improve a real business process. module i Tue.-Thu., mar. 12-14, 2013 8am-4:30pm instructor: Davis r. bothe fee: $1390 CeUs: 2.0 Program no. 4830-8145 module ii Tue.-Thu., apr. 2-4, 2013 8am-4:30pm instructor: Davis r. bothe fee: $1390 CeUs: 2.0 Program no. 4830-8146

• learn advanced control charting methods, hypothesis testing and correlation analysis • Apply the appropriate strategy and statistical techniques to help eliminate mistakes, reduce processing times, and decrease operating costs • Through a capstone project, demonstrate your ability to successfully use these skills to improve a real business process module iii Tue.-Wed., apr. 23-24, 2013 8am-4:30pm instructor: Davis r. bothe fee: $1290 CeUs: 1.4 Program no. 4830-8147

Six Sigma

module i – Define and measure Tue.-Thu., mar. 19-21, 2013 8am-4:30pm instructor: Davis r. bothe fee: $1295 CeUs: 2 Program no. 4830-8141

Six Sigma Black Belt for Services and Transactions

Plastics Technology

• Understand the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) methodology • Apply the appropriate strategy and statistical techniques to help them eliminate mistakes, reduce processing times, and decrease operating costs • learn advanced control charting methods, hypothesis testing and correlation analysis

Six Sigma Green Belt for Services and Transactions

module iv Tue.-Wed., may 14-15, 2013 8am-4:30pm instructor: Davis r. bothe fee: $1290 Program no. 4830-8148

module iv – improve and Control Tue.-Thu., may 21-23, 2013 8am-4:30pm instructor: Davis r. bothe fee: $1295 CeUs: 2 Program no. 4830-8144

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Water Harvesting Systems and Application

Native Landscape Design for Stormwater

WT

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Get an overview of water harvesting system intent, usage, design and installation. learn about the various components in a system, as well as the operation of these systems from a residential and commercial standpoint. This includes detailed information on tank sizing, filtration and water quality, controls and operational requirements.

Learning Outcomes • learn water harvesting principles and technologies • Participate in a design exercise for practical application • review case studies and concepts

Carefully chosen native plants can be used in a wide variety of infiltration and filtration practices to increase water quality. learn the basics of native landscape Design with a focus on stormwater projects. If you are new to this aspect of design, or if you review plans for a municipality, you'll learn to evaluate the plans and specifications. you'll learn how to select and order plants and seed that would be ideal for sustainable stormwater projects. We'll also cover monitoring and management guidelines you should expect in a good plan.

Wisconsin Sedimentation & Erosion Control Inspector (WISECI)TM Best Management Practices WT learn techniques to establish Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMPs) for your construction site, and eliminate problems before they cause higher costs and slowdowns for your project. See how you can save time and money by avoiding erosion and sediment releases. you will learn about proper installation and maintenance of typical BMPs as well as proper documentation to help keep your project in compliance with local and state regulations.

Learning Outcomes • Incorporate native plants into stormwater design • Evaluate plans and specifications relative to your projects • Understand how to use native plants to maximize project control

fri., oct. 12 8am-4:30pm instructor: mike Warren fee: $145 CeUs: 0.7/PDHs: 7 Program no. 4830-8609

Thu., oct. 18 8am-4:30pm instructors: sean Hayes, Tom mortensen, lesley brotkowski, ginny Plumeau fee: $145 CeUs: 0.7/PDHs: 7 Program no. 4830-8608

Learning Outcomes • Develop expertise in site inspection and reporting • Assess erosion and sedimentation releases • Earn the designation WISECI when you pass the exam at the end of this course Thu.-fri., nov. 8-9 8am-4:30pm instructors: ginny Plumeau, susan eichelkraut, minal Hahm, scott bordeau fee: $395 CeUs: 1.4/PDHs: 14 Program no. 4830-8612

“Great resources and statistics to support the concepts.” Program Participant

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Sustainable Water-Centric Communities WT Today, many cities are running out of water, overuse energy and pollute the environment. A sustainable city will power itself with renewable energy sources, conserve and recover resources, and create the smallest possible ecological footprint. For watercentric communities, urban infrastructure, functional landscape and water resources will constitute one system.

Learning Outcomes: • learn how to apply a new paradigm of the Cities of the Future • restore and develop a functioning landscape community, resilient to increased flooding • learn about sustainability planning and implementation for a large water/stormwater utility

These days, we’re often required to do more, faster, with fewer resources. But that doesn’t mean your training should suffer. To help save you time and money while continiung your education, SCE now offers information-packed Water Webinars – FREE! That means you have the opportunity to learn important updates about water policy, technology and best practices in convenient online formats. For more information visit sce-watertechnology.uwm.edu or contact Murali Vedula at 414-227-3121 or mvedula@uwm.edu.

Water Technology

mon.-Wed., Dec. 10-12 8am-4:30pm instructors: Claus Dunkelberg, Jim fisher, nancy frank, steve moddemeyer, vladimir novotny, Karen sands, Daniel Zitomer, P.e. early bird: $545 (register by oct. 10) fee: $695 CeUs: 1.8/aCiP Cm: 18 Program no. 4830-8616

FREE WATER WEBINARS

WISE UP! Join the popular Women in Science & Engineering (WiSE) Breakfast Series for a unique look at the challenges and opportunities presenting in these traditionally male-dominated fields. For more information visit sce-women.uwm.edu or contact Marcia Gabriel at 414-227-3378 or gabrielm@uwm.edu.

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