ASME Virtual Classroom

Live online courses with an instructor and peers.

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Remote Learning Reinvented

ASME Virtual Classroom is a live instructor-led learning solution that provides working professionals with an enhanced classroom learning experience through video conferences with ASME's world-class instructors, collaboration with peers, discussion boards, online assessments, and much more.

With thousands of hours of successful virtual instruction already logged, ASME Learning & Development is poised to provide you with training you can trust. 
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ASME Virtual Classroom delivers an enhanced online learning experience with:

Real-time live learning from expert instructors

Interactive Q&A

Discussion boards, polls and surveys

Online assessments (when applicable)

Digital access to course material

Digital certificate of completion

Collaboration with peers

Benefits to Individual Customers

ASME Virtual Classroom provides working professionals with the flexibility to learn remotely, combined with the expertise and tools they need to succeed.

  • Real-time live sessions with expert instructors
  • Save time and money by not traveling
  • Earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
  • Collaborate with the growing global community of ASME engineers

Benefits to Organizations

ASME Virtual Classroom provides business and companies the ability to adapt to learning environments where their teams can expand their knowledge and grow new skills.

  • Engage your remote team
  • Build a schedule that works for your company
  • Flexibility for your team to attend individually, or as a group

Virtual Classroom Combo Courses

Take out the guesswork! Browse our hand-picked combo course packages, covering ASME Codes & Standards, technical topics and soft skills.

Contact Us
If you have already registered, visit our Getting Started page to learn how to prepare for your first class.
Also visit our FAQ page for answers to the most commonly asked questions.

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