Certified Chemical Engineering Course Toronto

Course Title Duration Details Register
Chemical Kinetics 30 h (4 weeks) Details
Chemical Reactor Design and Operation 30 h (4 weeks) Details
Advanced Chemical Reactor Design 30 h (4 weeks) Details
Mass Transfer 30 h (4 weeks) Details
Advanced Mass Transfer 30 h (4 weeks) Details
Heat Transfer 36 h (4 weeks) Details
Thermodynamics 36 h (4 weeks) Details
Chemical Process Principles 36 h (4 weeks) Details
Fluid Mechanics for Chemical Engineers 30 h (4 weeks) Details
Advanced Topics in Fluid Mechanics 30 h (4 weeks) Details
Mathematical Modeling of Chemical Processes 36 h (4 weeks) Details
Transport Phenomena 36 h (4 weeks) Details
Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering I 36 h (4 weeks) Details
Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering II 36 h (4 weeks) Details

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Chemical Kinetics

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction to chemical reaction
  • Stoichiometry
  • Kinetics and kinetic expressions
  • Kinetics of homogeneous reactions
  • Rate laws
  • Deriving rate orders
  • Non-elementary reaction kinetics
  • Catalysis
  • Multiple reaction kinetics
  • Kinetics of heterogeneous reactions
  • Interpretation of kinetic data

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, process engineers and technicians, chemists and pharmacists, and graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 27 Apr. 10 May 22 Jul. 3
Days Mon. (5:30 pm – 9:30 pm)
Wed. (5:30 pm – 9.00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)

Chemical Reactor Design and Operation

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction to chemical reaction
  • Types of chemical reactors
  • Batch reactor design and operation
  • Plug flow reactor design and operation
  • Completely mixed reactor design and operation
  • Chemical reactors components
  • Thermal considerations in chemical reactor

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, manufacturing engineers and technicians, process engineers and technicians, polymer scientists, and graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 28 Apr. 11 May 23 Jul. 4
Days Mon. (5:30 pm – 9:30 pm)
Wed. (5:30 pm – 9.00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)

Advanced Chemical Reactor Design

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Non-ideal flow
  • Heterogeneous reactions
  • Fluid-fluid reactions
  • Heat and mass transfer in chemical reactors
  • Steady-state non-isothermal reactor design
  • Unsteady-state non-isothermal reactor design
  • Distribution of residence times for chemical reactors
  • Fixed bed reactor design
  • Fluidized bed reactor design

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, manufacturing engineers and technicians, process engineers and technicians, and graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 27 Apr. 10 May 22 Jul. 3
Days Mon. (5:30 pm – 9:30 pm)
Wed. (5:30 pm – 9.00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)

Mass Transfer

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Molecular diffusion and transport
  • Binary mixture system
  • Fick’s law of diffusion
  • Mass Transfer Coefficient
  • Interphase mass transfer
  • Gas-Liquid mass transfer model
  • Absorption and stripping operation principles
  • Analogy of heat and mass transfer
  • Mass transfer modeling
  • Application of mass transfer

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, process engineers and technicians, chemists, pharmacists, polymer technicians, undergraduate and graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 27 Apr. 10 May 22 Jul. 3
Days Mon. (5:30 pm – 9:30 pm)
Wed. (5:30 pm – 9.00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)

Advanced Mass Transfer

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Models for Diffusion
  • Diffusion in dilute Solutions
  • Diffusion in concentrated solutions
  • Dispersion
  • Diffusion coefficient in binary and multicomponent systems
  • Simultaneous heat and mass transfer
  • Mass transfer modeling
  • Unsteady state mass transfer
  • Turbulent mass transfer
  • Mass transfer in catalytic reactors

The course provides advanced topics and it is designed for graduate students in chemical and biochemical engineering, chemistry, and people have prior knowledge of mass transfer..
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 27 Apr. 10 May 22 Jul. 3
Days Mon. (5:30 pm – 9:30 pm)
Wed. (5:30 pm – 9.00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)

Heat Transfer

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Models for Diffusion
  • Introduction to heat transfer
  • Introduction to conduction heat transfer
  • One-dimensional and multidimensional heat transfer
  • Unsteady state heat transfer
  • Convection heat transfer
  • Heat transfer coefficient
  • Condensation and Boiling heat transfer
  • Radiation heat transfer

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, manufacturing engineers and technicians, process engineers and technicians, and undergraduate and graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 15 mar. 15 Apr. 12 May 10
Days Wed. (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Sat. (10:00 am – 4.00 pm)
36 Hours (4 weeks)

Thermodynamics

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Basic Terms
  • First law of thermodynamics
  • Second law of thermodynamics
  • Work and Heat
  • Enthalpy
  • Entropy
  • Properties of a pure substance
  • Irreversibility and availability
  • Power and refrigeration
  • Gas mixtures
  • Phase equilibrium
  • Chemical equilibrium
  • Equations of state

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, mechanical and chemical engineers, and graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 15 mar. 15 Apr. 12 May 10
Days Wed. (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Sat. (10:00 am – 4.00 pm)
36 Hours (4 weeks)

Chemical Process Principles

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Units and dimensions
  • Conversion of units
  • Mass and volume
  • Flow rate
  • Chemical composition
  • Temperature and pressure
  • Materia
  • Recycle and bypass
  • Ideal and real gases
  • Energy balance on nonreactive processes
  • Energy balance on reactive processes
  • Combined material and energy balance

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, chemical processes engineers and technicians, and undergraduate graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 15 mar. 15 Apr. 12 May 10
Days Wed. (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Sat. (10:00 am – 4.00 pm)
36 Hours (4 weeks)

Fluid Mechanics for Chemical Engineers

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction
  • Balance equation and the mass balance
  • Bernoulli’s equation
  • Fluid friction
  • Momentum balance
  • Laminar and Turbulent flows
  • Fluid flow in pipes
  • Pumps, compressors, and turbines,
  • Flow through porous media
  • Non-Newtonian fluid flow
  • Turbulence
  • Mixing
  • Dimensional analysis

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, mechanical, civil and process engineers and technicians, and undergraduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 27 Apr. 10 May. 22 July 3
Days Mon (5:30 pm – 9:30 pm)
Wed (5:30 pm – 9:00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)

Advanced Topics in Fluid Mechanics

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Fluid Statics
  • Conservation of Mass
  • Control-Volume Approach
  • Analysis of a differential fluid element in laminar flow
  • Differential equations of fluid flow
  • Solving differential equation
  • Inviscid fluid flow
  • Viscid fluid flow
  • Dimensional analysis
  • Boundary Layer Theory
  • Turbulent flow
  • Multiphase flow
  • Fluidization

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, Mechanical, Process and Civil engineers, consulting and engineering staff, and graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 28 Apr. 11 May. 23 July 4
Days Tue (5:30 pm – 9:30 pm)
Thu (5:30 pm – 9:00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)

Mathematical Modeling of Chemical Processes

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Formulation
  • Boundary conditions
  • Matrices
  • Matrix algebra
  • Classification of ODE
  • First-order equation
  • Eigenproblems
  • Series methods
  • Error functions
  • Gamma and Beta functions
  • Elliptic integrals
  • Perturbation methods

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, chemical processes engineers and technicians, and undergraduate graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 15 Mar. 15 Apr. 12 May 10
Days Wed (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Sat (10 am – 4:00 pm)
36 Hours (4 weeks)

Transport Phenomena

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction
  • Viscosity and the mechanism of momentum transport
  • Shell momentum balances and velocity distribution
  • Thermal conductivity and the mechanisms of energy transport
  • Shell energy balance and temperature distributions in laminar flow
  • Diffusivity and the mechanisms of mass transport
  • Concentration distribution in laminar flow

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, chemical processes engineers and technicians, and undergraduate graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 15 Mar. 15 Apr. 12 May 10
Days Wed (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Sat (10 am – 4:00 pm)
36 Hours (4 weeks)

Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering I

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Equilibrium-stage operations
  • Distillation process
  • Gas absorption
  • Leaching operation
  • Extraction operation

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, mechanical and process engineers and undergraduate and graduate students..
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 15 Mar. 15 Apr. 12 May 10
Days Wed (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Sat (10 am – 4:00 pm)
36 Hours (4 weeks)

Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering II

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Drying of Solids
  • Humidification operations
  • Fixed-bed operations
  • Fluidized bed operations
  • Membrane separation processes
  • Crystallization operation
  • Mechanical Separation
  • Handling of particulate solids

The course provides substantial technical details and it is designed for technical personnel, all engineering disciplines, consulting and engineering staff, mechanical and process engineers and undergraduate and graduate students.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 15 Mar. 15 Apr. 12 May 10
Days Wed (5:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Sat (10 am – 4:00 pm)
36 Hours (4 weeks)