Our learning experiences include a comprehensive range of courses, learning paths, and credentials, which are designed specifically for multidisciplinary engineers. Learn more about why ASME’s learning experiences are training you can trust.
Who should attend ASME L&D courses?
We offer courses for engineers, designers, technicians, and business leaders working within multidisciplinary engineering industries and companies. Many of our offerings are centered around ASME’s Codes & Standards, but we also offer a robust mix of courses in topics such as project management, product innovation, leadership, and design.
Do your courses provide Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Hours (PDHs)?
ASME Learning & Development has been approved as an Accredited Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).
In obtaining this approval, ASME Learning & Development has demonstrated that it complies with the ANSI/IACET 1-2018 Standard, which is widely recognized as the Standard of good practice in the development and delivery of training programs. As a result of this, ASME is accredited to award IACET CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET 1-2018 Standard.
How do I post my certificate to my LinkedIn profile?
On the dashboard, click My Activities (or go to the top left menu and select My Activities)
Click the black ribbon icon adjacent to the name of the course to download the certificate
Note: for those who attended an in-person, ASME course prior to March 2020, please contact CustomerCare@asme.org to request a copy of your certificate.
What learning experience formats and types do you offer?
We offer both Live and On Demand formats in courses, learning paths, and credentials to support multiple career stages and format preferences for engineering professionals. Learn more about our learning experiences.
My course has a mandatory final exam. How do I earn my certificate?
Certificate of completion will be issued to registrants who earn the specified minimum cumulative passing score on exam(s) and/or assignments. Students may have multiple attempts to complete their exam. Please consult your course description for more information.
How do I become an instructor, subject matter expert, or peer reviewer?
What are the criteria for satisfactory completion of my course?
1. Attend at least 90% of an ASME Live classroom event or review 90% of On Demand content.
2. Complete required coursework. Coursework includes class assignments, group work, and assessments.
3. Participate in class discussions. Discussions include in class Q&A, polls, and online discussion boards.
Please note: If you cannot attend 90% of an ASME Virtual Classroom event, or there is an issue with completing coursework, please contact Customer Support at CustomerCare@asme.org.
ASME Virtual Classroom
What is a Virtual Classroom course?
ASME Virtual Classroom is a live course with an instructor and peers held in an online learning environment with digital enhancements and online materials. Learn more about virtual classroom features and benefits.
Capacity in each course is limited so early enrollment is encouraged. If your course requires materials to be shipped to you then registration is required no less than two weeks prior to the start of the course. For courses that use digital materials only, registration is required no less than one week prior. If enrollment has been closed online or you want to register in less than the required days, please contact ASME Customer Care for potential options.
How do I confirm that I have been registered?
ASME confirms every course registration by email. If you have not received confirmation after registering for your course, please contact ASME Customer Care.
How do I access my Virtual Classroom?
Browse to ASME's Learning Hub on a laptop or desktop (not on a smartphone) using Chrome, Edge, Firefox, or Safari browser.
NOTE: In order to facilitate the troubleshooting, take note of any error messages that you are seeing, the operating system and browser you are accessing the content from and any steps you took to troubleshoot.
What if I can’t make one of the session times?
Depending on the course, recordings of the live sessions may be available. Contact our Learning Experience Team to find out if your course will have recordings available. Please note, however, replaying and/or listening to the recording of a Virtual Classroom is not a substitute for attendance and is only provided for convenience. You must attend 90% or greater of any live course to receive a certificate, including virtual classroom.
How do you deliver course materials?
Physical course material is shipped directly to your primary address—so please be sure your ASME profile is up to date. Digital materials are distributed via ASME’s Learning Hub. Included course materials and format vary by class, so please be sure you read each course description carefully.
How do I know my virtual class is safe?
Learner security and privacy is our top priority. All learners enter our Virtual Classroom courses through ASMEs password-protected Learning Hub. Once in class, communications in our instance of Zoom are established using 256-bit TLS encryption and all shared content can be encrypted using AES-256 encryption. Our meeting rooms also utilize a waiting room, moderated by a member of our team to ensure that only students on the attendance list will be admitted into the class. Visit the Zoom page for security for more detailed information.
What is an In Person course?
ASME In Person courses are live, face-to-face course offerings that range from one to five days in length and are scheduled throughout the year in major cities across North America, Europe, and the Middle East.
Are you offering In Person training, especially considering COVID-19?
Beginning February 1, 2022, ASME in-person activities will follow the state and local laws, regulations and guidelines regarding COVID-19 applicable to the location of the event. Learn more about the ASME Anywhere policy here.
Customized group training held privately for your organization, specifically designed to address your company’s training needs, reducing your travel expenses, and perhaps most importantly, allowing your attendees to discuss proprietary and company-specific problems which might not otherwise be discussed in a public setting. Learn more about training for your team.
What is the typical class size for Corporate Training?
We can work with as few as 8 to as many as you need. The larger the class size, the more cost effective the training becomes on a per-person basis.
Which Courses are Available for Corporate Training?
ASME Learning & Development offers an extensive catalog of courses. Any of these courses, depending on instructors’ availability, can be offered to your team.
How do I set up a Corporate Training event?
ASME will work with you personally to put together the training including any customization of the course, desired execution dates, and a planning call with the instructor to discuss your specific needs.
Can the course material be revised to meet our specific needs?
Yes. Courses can be modified to provide new topics or additional content on a given subject. Courses can also be condensed to spend less time on topics that are not required.
How much lead time is necessary to schedule an ASME Corporate Training Event
Generally, 5-6 weeks are needed from the time we have company approval via receipt of purchase order. This allows us to work with your company and the instructors to customize the course, set up logistics and order the materials.
I'm ready to get started. Who can I contact?
Reach out to our ASME L&D Corporate Training team to inquire for more information. Ideally, please include information about the course or topic in which you’re interested, the timeframe, and approximate number of attendees. We look forward to hearing from you!
On Demand Courses
What is an On Demand course?
On Demand courses allow you to pursue training virtually on your own time at your own pace – 24/7. Our courses consist of a variety of interactive content including video, audio, assessments, case studies and assignments. Some courses offer instructor-supported teaching with subject matter experts readily available.
What types of On Demand course formats do you have?
Note: In order to facilitate the troubleshooting, take note of any error messages that you are seeing, the operating system, the browser with which you are accessing the content, and any steps you took to resolve the issue.
My course has a final assessment, what is the passing score?
For courses with required assessments, a passing score of 75% with unlimited attempts is required in order to receive a certificate of completion (unless otherwise noted on the course page on ASME.org).
What do I do if I do not achieve the minimum score on my assessment?
For assessments with unlimited attempts, there is no waiting period for reattempting an assessment. Simply go back, review course material and re-take your assessment.
My course has an assignment, how is this graded?
Assignments will be graded in accordance with the provided grading rubric. Instructor will grade assignments and provide feedback within 2-3 business days. Learners are permitted to re-upload their assignment if they do not achieve the minimum score.
Where do I find my digital certificate or CEUs/PDHs?
Digital certificates of completions can be accessed after you complete your On Demand course. In the ASME's Learning Hub you can access your certificates in the main menu by selecting My Activities, then selecting Courses, and selecting the certificate icon next to your completed course(s).
My course is expiring or has expired, can I request more time?
A one-time, 30-day extension to course content may be granted under extenuating circumstances. Learners can apply for extensions by contacting our ASME Customer Care
How long do I have access to my course material?
For Self Study courses, learners generally have access to courses material for 180 days (unless specified otherwise), starting from the date of purchase. For Guided Study and Virtual Classroom courses, you will have access to your course for the duration of the session in which you are enrolled. You can still access the ASME Learning Hub after your course has expired to download your certificate of completion. Visit the course description for specific details about each course.
Can I buy multiple seats for On Demand courses for my company?
Yes! Contact our ASME L&D Corporate Training team to inquire for more information. Ideally, please include information about the course or topic in which you’re interested, the timeframe, and approximate number of attendees. We look forward to hearing from you!
Discounts and Additional Benefits
Where can I find information about discounts to your courses?
I heard you get a free trial of ASME membership with the purchase of an ASME course. What are the details?
All course attendees who are not ASME members, and are paying the non-member rate for a course, are eligible to apply for a free four-month ASME Trial Membership with select benefits. This includes all ASME self study, guided study, and live courses for individuals, individuals who attended an ASME Corporate Training course, and learners from courses provided by ASME Authorized Training Providers. Instructions on how to apply will be provided by ASME via email upon the completion of the course.
Do you offer group discounts?
Yes! If you’re looking to purchase training for a group of 8 or more, reach out to our ASME L&D Corporate Training team to inquire for more information. Ideally, please include information about the course or topic in which you’re interested, the timeframe, and approximate number of attendees. We look forward to hearing from you!
What’s the Fine Print?
What are your payment options?
Payment can be made by credit card, check or bank transfer—whichever is more convenient for you. For international funds transfer, contact ASME Customer Care.
I must cancel or modify my scheduled course for personal reasons. What should I do?
If you require a letter of invitation for the ASME Learning & Development Course as part of a visa application, you must submit a written request to ASME Customer Care. Please note that only after full payment of your registration fees will ASME provide an official invitation letter.
I have more questions or need more help. How do I contact you?
For more information, simply contact ASME Customer Care:
U.S./Canada: (800) 843-2763
Outside of North America: (973) 882-1170
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