Engineers can gain an employment edge

CD-adapco's No Engineer Left Behind program gives employment-challenged engineers software, training, and other tools to give them a career boost in the tough economy.

03/13/2009


CD-adapco has released No Engineer Left Behind , a program that offers recently unemployed or displaced engineers CAE software and training, at no charge.

No Engineer Left Behind is designed to help engineers boost their skills and marketability. Qualified engineers can attend training courses at one of the company’s regional facilities. The training will focus on practical application of the company’s STAR-CCM+ CFD code to the solution of industrial problems, and will touch on a range of industries, including power generation and buildings.





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