Are you interested in successfully industrialising a product? This course is then tailor-made for you!
This course equips you with the knowledge of how a product interacts with industrial processes to achieve optimal efficiency. An important part of the course focuses on how the ‘time-to-volume’ approach can maximise productivity and minimise costs. You will learn about the latest tools and technologies used nowadays to tackle common industrialisation challenges, which in turn ensures a smooth and cost-effective transition to Industry 4.0. In addition, the course will highlight best practices to avoid potential failures in your industrialisation journey.
Course aims and learning outcomes
In this course, you will…
- Learn the basic steps of the industrialisation process and the related methods and tools;
- Understand the main factors influencing the success of industrialisation, including the latest digital trends such as Industry 4.0.
- Review and optimise existing industrialisation processes and implement concrete projects aimed at introducing new products or production methods into industry.
Teaching and credits
It is taught in English and Swedish, depending on participants’ interest, and offered remotely. It can be taken standalone and equals 2.5 credits within the Swedish higher education system’s framework.
- Requirements: 100 higher education credits, 70 of which must be in technical and/or informatics fields. Of these, at least 15 credits should be in programming or software design.
- Language requirements: Knowledge of Swedish B/Swedish 3 and English A/English 6 is required. However, if the course is held in English, the requirement for Swedish B/Swedish 3 is waived.
The training is free of charge for students with citizenship within the EU/EEA and Switzerland. Information for British citizens linked to Brexit can be found on the university website.
- University credits: 2.5 HP
- Level: Advanced
- Study file: Distance, 17 %, part-time half-speed
- Teaching time: 2024-03-25-2024-06-02
- Type of teaching: Distance
- Registrations close on 16 October.