Our Learning Experiences
Learning experiences engineered to last for the duration of your career.
Our Talented Educator Community
Our training is for engineers, by engineers. To provide you and your team with in-demand skills and abilities, ASME has built an outstanding team of accomplished educators:
Our instructors and subject matter experts are practicing engineers, industry professionals, consultants, researchers, and academics who bring real world experience, examples, and best practices to life in our learning experiences.
Our team includes learning experience designers, operations, and learner engagement staff who have a deep-rooted passion for training the engineering community.
Our Types of Learning Experiences
We offer several types of learning experiences: courses, learning paths, credentials, and collections. Learn more below.
ASME Courses are single learning experiences focused on a topic with specific learning outcomes. ASME awards CEUs and/or PDHs for successful completion of each course. Our courses are available in Live and On Demand options to meet various learner preferences with unique features and benefits:
Live course with an instructor and peers held in an online learning environment with digital enhancements and online materials.
Conducted in a physical classroom or lab with an instructor and peers.
NOTE: At this time, ASME L&D has no scheduled in-person courses.
Learn more about our response to COVID-19.
100% online independent learning at your own pace. Learners can enroll and start at any time. Courses are accessible for 90 days.
Online learning augmented with instructor-led activities and/or graded assignments to complete at your own pace. Courses run in 6-week sessions.
ASME Learning Paths are a comprehensive combination of courses organized into a recommended learning sequence to guide you through the completion of additional and/or advancing skills.
ASME Credentials are a group of courses and assessment(s) organized in a defined sequence. Upon successful completion of the requirements, a qualification or credential is awarded, in addition to the CEUs and PDHs earned.
ASME Collections are groupings of learning experiences by topic, industry, or category. Collections make it simpler to discover ASME training across formats based on you and your team’s needs and interests.
Becoming an ASME Member
Joining ASME is the most important connection a current or future Mechanical Engineer can make.