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ADVANCE YOUR ENGINEERING

Get comprehensive team training from subject-matter experts on GD&T, B31.3 process piping design, welding, boiler & pressure vessel manufacturing, fitness-for-service assessment, additive manufacturing and more.

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Our course catalog allows you to explore our full range of courses and find the exact training your engineers need

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Popular Courses

We offer 120+ courses, covering a broad range of skills, concepts, and disciplines, including Fracture Mechanics, Modeling & Simulation, Process Piping Design, Welding, Brazing, Additive Manufacturing, and Fusing, evaluation procedures like Fitness-for-Service (FFS-1), and Quality Assurance Requirements for Nuclear Facility Applications (NQA-1)-as well as courses focused on soft-skill development and real-world applications of new and emerging technologies.

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Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing

ASME - Scott Neumann - FINAL - optimised
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B31.3 and B31.1 Practical Piping Design for Process and Power Applications

ASME - Jim Meyer - FINAL - optimised
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Design for Additive Manufacturing with Metals

ASME - Tim Simpson - FINAL - optimised
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The Engineering Manager: Engaging Today’s Workforce

ASME - Gary Dichtenberg - FINAL - optimised
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Join leading companies using ASME Learning & Development to take their engineering talent to the next level. Any courses in our catalog are available for teams. Fill in the form below to let us know if you are interested in a specific course or to learn more about our bundle pricing for group training. You can also contact us directly at LearningSolutions@asme.org with any additional inquiries.

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GD&T guide

Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) is the design language that helps engineers communicate their design intent. But lots of engineering professionals aren't using it properly, and some aren't using it at all.

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Why choose ASME L&D?

Enhanced expertise

  • Develop real-world knowledge and skills for all current and future challenges

  • Programs designed to level up all engineering professionals, from juniors to veterans

  • Build technical skills like GD&T and welding, to soft skills like problem solving

Advanced access

  • Remote learning choices include virtual classrooms and on-demand courses

  • Real-time live learning and interactive Q&As with our expert instructors

  • Individuals can link up remotely with other learners for shared study

Customizable content

  • Our corporate learning solutions adapt to your organization's needs

  • Prioritize reskilling, upskilling, or onboarding your new team members

  • Enhance the standards and compliance approaches of your teams

CASE STUDIES

We develop learning programs and tailored content for leading organizations across multiple industries, including aerospace, automotive, defense, oil & gas, healthcare, and manufacturing.

The true measure of our impact as a training provider can be found in the experiences and success of the people we train. Read on for some real-world examples from the global community of engineers we support.

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About ASME L&D

ASME is synonymous with engineering excellence and a proven leader in the development of engineering standards.

Since our foundation in 1880, we have established over 560 standards and created codes,such as the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC), which are used in over 100 countries worldwide.

Instructors at ASME L&D are all subject matter experts and include practicing engineers, professionals, researchers, and academics. Through instructor-supported remote development, every educator brings a wealth of real-world knowledge and experience that benefits every learner.

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Get in touch and let us help you find the best training solution for you or your organization.

If there’s anything you’d like to know that isn’t covered here, you can contact us directly at:

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