what is technical diploma

Diploma in Technical Education is a program focused on practical and skills-oriented training.   It's a technical course that only covers the essentials when ranked with an undergraduate engineering degree.  It intends to provide pupils with industry or project-related engineering knowledge, technical skills, computing, and evaluation, mathematical techniques, a sound knowledge of English to convey in the field and ability to apply problem solving processes. Its length is a minimum of 3 decades.   Many countries in the world understand it as equal to pre-engineering or bridging class when considered for ongoing research in technology-related bachelor's or associate degree programs.   After successful completion of diploma in technology course, students can either continue additional  engineering research in undergraduate level or acquire employment as junior engineers, sub engineers, associate engineers, technicians, technologists, supervisors, superintendents, foremen, machini

Industrial Engineering

 Industrial Engineering

Industrial Engineering is a branch of
engineering that focuses on making. processes better it's a lot of
optimization and making those processes. more efficient so let's just go into
applications and see what this even means and let's start simply let's say.
when you wake up in the morning your routine is you go from your room to the
bathroom to shower. then back to your
room to change into clothes then. downstairs to eat then out the door too.
work or school or whatever an industrial. the engineer will look at that process and
say what if instead you went from you. room and took your clothes with you to
the bathroom showered then changed in there instead of going back to your room.

then you went downstairs to eat and leave for school or work you just.

eliminated the need to go back to your room after the shower and therefore.
improve the process and made it more efficient in this case you improve time.
and the distance you have to travel this example is simple but clearly not a
career path so now let's see something. more applicable how can we make going
through a line more efficient at a bank. 

for example, everyone waits in one line normally then you go to whichever teller is available once you're at the front
this is nice because if one customer is. taking a while the people in line will still get to choose from the other. tellers as they open which keeps the line .moving so is this the most.
efficient what if they set it up like a grocery store instead of at a grocery store
there may be five cashiers. open and people choose one line for waiting can you imagine something like Costco with one line that then goes to multiple cashiers at the front like a bank due to the number of customers the line would
look insanely long and would probably. cause a lot of people not to shop there.
therefore not efficient because it's not good for business.

so grocery stores and similar places probably have the right idea.
but is the bank wrong we'll probably not it depends on factors like the number of
customers coming in over a given time interval and the speed to which they are
helped and so on banks often have. shorter lines and fewer people per hour
so one line for them is probably the best way to go. all these factors or what industrial engineers need to analyze but now let's
look at something like Disney World.

places like this are huge in hiring
industrial engineers industrial. engineers analyze data about lots of
aspects of the park to improve wait times for entrants rides food and so on
these parks use techniques to track. how long it takes someone to get through a
line of industrial engineers. then take this data and figure out ways to improve how
the line will move to improve people's experience industrial engineers will see
data like the average attendance on each day of the week if it's a low number.
then maybe they can change the structure of the line some lines you may see the weave
in and out a lot of it's crowded to make it appear shorter with new rides and
attractions constantly being added. varying attendance for different days of
the week and times of the year more data samples are always being taken industrial.
engineers could have very consistent work at places like Disneyland.

Disneyworld Six Flags Legoland and various other theme parks a project you
can see in class which is also a career path would be looking at something like
Amazon let's say Amazon is going to build another warehouse that is going to
receive let's say 10 million products. per week and it will eventually ship out
to people so it might receive 5,000 orders of product a 15,000 product B 100,000 of product C and so on per week the problem is how should everything in that warehouse be designed to make the process of receiving and shipping. products the most efficient how are the
trucks going to drop off the products. should they use forklifts to take the
products out of the trucks and pallets or use more people to unload directly..from the truck what's the time it would take for each. where should all the products in the
warehouse be placed will let's say if product a and product C are getting the
most orders and ship out at the same time put them closer to the door so?
people can load the truck quicker maybe put the least ordered product furthest
from the door but what if it's also the heaviest and takes the longest to move.
will that be worth it timewise based on
the orders it receives these processes can clearly get complicated than a huge
career path for industrial engineers?

would be to help improve and manage the manufacturing process of really anything
Manufacturing applies to nearly every. product airplane parts rocket parts car
parts household appliances window doors game consoles candy bars soda and.
Bottled water and so on. now manufacturing plants are normally a
lot of people each with their own. station and often conveyor belts that move the product through the plants to
the people so they can do what they need. until the product is complete now you will not be one of those people with their own station as an industrial.
engineer those are the operators you will look at the entire process as a
whole manage it and figure out ways of how to make it better so let's go really. simply let's say a plant has two workers to manufacture paper clips and let's say there are only two steps the first worker.
at the station makes the straight piece of steel .wire which takes two minutes then it's handed off to the second worker at station B who uses a machine and bends it into the paper clip shape which takes
four minutes for an industrial engineer. comes in to review the process and sees
that the second worker will have a pile. up of steel wires to shape because he's
finishing his process twice as slow as the first worker so the engineer says we should add a worker to station B so that. 

way it takes two minutes to make the
steel wire and two minutes on average to
shape one everything flows smoothly and
in the same time interval .which means faster shipments and more money what if
we had 10 workers at the station and 20th station B now we can make 10 times more.
paperclips to ship off and that's even better right but we also have to pay 10 times more
people is it worth it based on how much money the extra paper clips make versus.
the worker's salary are those extra paper clips even being sold that quickly or how we exceeded the workers we need for maximum profit what if there was like 6 stations like in the real world and each
the person took a different amount of time to finish the respected job how would we ensure minimum pileup of work or time waiting around are you seeing why industrial engineers are so important optimizing time and even .profit is what industrial engineers need to do a senior project a group of students did was to
look at a manufacturing company. made buses the company was able to make
300 buses per year but they wanted to make 325 without adding more people are buying more machines the industrial.

engineering team looked at the process. salt up the bus had to go all the way around the factory in a spiral-like Square to all these different stations. like for putting on the engine the tires the windows etc then also people at certain stations needed to communicate very often with people at another.
the station that was far away the industrial engineers thought of how to move the. stations around so the bus had to move a much shorter distance than also so workers that need to communicate with.

each other would be closer together this may not seem too complicated to
simplify it for the sake of this video's length but this kind of analysis could.
apply to any manufacturing process from paper clips to buses to fighter jets.
industrial engineers could optimize the distance nurses have to travel to
deliver a blood sample to a lab in a hospital or timing of airplane arrivals
and departures at an airport so there isn't a long wait time for the plane and
its passengers really just any process. Industrial Engineering is often not
a high-level math physics camp. I don't want to say it never is but it often is not it's often looking at.
statistical data and coming up with solutions through testing or simulation.
industrial engineers will watch the process as it happens maybe even take a
stopwatch in time how long different processes take to collect the data then they take that time of different
.processes the cost of materials the number of products that need to be made.
on a given day the distances that these objects travel and come up with ways to make the process better note that some of these jobs or things you don't think.

about most people probably don't think
Disneyworld lives are being continuous.
analyzed and optimized or that Amazon .needs to put that much thought into its
Warehouse layout but these jobs do exist because all companies want to cut time. And cost and need to make sure. everything gets done on time industrial engineers look at the efficiency of processes but also the cost of materials the forecasting of future materials. Needed making sure everything arrives on time and in the right quantities that on. the machines are working and so on they improve but also manage the process. note industrial engineers don't really
do the design work if you want to make it. lasers design radar tracking systems.
design spacecraft I can travel faster. design military aircraft building. synthetic body parts and so on Industrial Engineering probably is not the best for you. industrial engineers eventually often go into management positions where they manage people and work their way up in the company rather than stay and continue. optimizing and overseeing types of processes but of course, that is up to you but if you like looking at the business side of things that increasing profits optimizing the time to finish
something. managing shipment orders quantities and pricing statistics and working with or
managing people then Industrial. Engineering may be good for you.


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