Course NameLength
AI in Engineering and Systems Engineering of Complex System of Systems (SoS) Seminar2 days
Applied Measurement Engineering Workshop2 days
Architect-Engineer Contracting Workshop2 days
Creativity Hacks Workshop2 days
Digital Engineering & Manufacturing for Non-Engineers2 days
Earthquake Engineering Planning and Design Workshop2 days
Engineering & Safety: Best Practices Workshop2 days
Engineering Change Proposal Review Workshop2 days
Engineering Management Workshop (EMW)2 days
Engineering Project Management Workshop2 days
Enterprise Systems Engineering (ESE) Workshop2 days
Fundamentals of Digital Engineering2 days
Fundamentals of Robotic Engineering Training2 days
Fundamentals of Safety Engineering, Verification and Validation2 days
Integrating Systems Engineering, Project Management, and SOW2 days
Introduction to Complex Systems Architecture2 days
Jira and Confluence Essentials2 days
Microsoft Power BI Essentials2 days
Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) Awareness and Planning Workshop2 days
Proposal Engineering For Non-engineers Training Course2 days
Requirements Development and Management2 days
Robust Design Engineering Workshop2 days
Supportability Analysis Workshop2 days
Sustainability Engineering Workshop2 days

Engineering Management Training

Systems Engineering & Program / Project Management Integration Training by Tonex

Engineering management is applied engineering.

Essentially, engineering management is the application of engineering methods, tools, and techniques applied to business management systems.

Engineering management employees are becoming increasingly in demand as all industries are more data-driven and thus are basing their business decisions on all the digital data collected across the supply chain.

Due to the speed of innovation in this new era, engineers are being increasingly brought to the decision table to analyze and interpret the massive amounts of data to help make fast, robust economic decisions, and to apply engineering management skills to better lead engineering teams to exploit new opportunities and develop smarter products, platforms, and services.

Engineering management can also be observed from the perspective of the rise of Industry 4.0 where technologies combine human, machines, and data, a modernized form of engineering management has arisen.

In this new era, engineering management must have their decision making supercharged by data and artificial intelligence (AI).

Experts are not shy in pointing out that at its fundamental core, the field of engineering management combines technical engineering expertise, human leadership, specific business management concepts, and advanced technologies.

Consequently, today’s engineering managers must be skilled Industry 4.0 practitioners and leaders who can guide diverse engineering teams and oversee complex service or product development that always leverage and consider the role of data.

Without question, the role of those in engineering management has expanded and will continue to expand in 2024 and beyond.

Normal responsibilities for engineering managers now include safety, sustainability, resource allocation, team building, project planning, budgeting, and product development linked with economic and financial outcomes.

This, in addition to overseeing execution in terms of technology deployment.

Engineering Management Training Courses by Tonex

Engineers are good at solving technical problems but they’re often not as strong at leveraging data science techniques to make evidence-based decisions, or leading and inspiring diverse teams with empathy and inclusiveness.

Engineering Management courses help participants cover the gap between engineering and business management, namely the combination of technical and economic decision-making with analytical skills, optimization capabilities, and technical product development.

Tonex courses focus on the tools necessary for participants to serve as the interface between the business and technical sides of a project, translating business-oriented goals and needs into actionable engineering strategies and projects.

Additionally, attendees learn how to direct teams to ensure they stay motivated, focused, and efficient.

Our Engineering management training courses, seminars and workshops integrate programs from technological problem-solving savvy of engineering to the organizational, administrative, and planning abilities of management in order to oversee complex and innovative engineering solutions from conception to completion.