This $30 mechanical engineering course could be your first step to a new career

Learn all about mechanical design, product development, material selection, manufacturing, and so much more.

  • If you've always had an interest in mechanical engineering and design, these fives courses will fuel your curiosity.
  • The Mechanical Engineer and Design Certification Bundle packs 375 lessons and over 17 hours of content for only $30.
  • Learn all about mechanical design, product development, material selection, manufacturing, and so much more.

For those who have always had a strong interest in mechanical design, product development, and everything else that falls under this category, this is your chance to fuel your curiosity. The Complete Mechanical Engineer and Design Certification Bundle presents the perfect opportunity to get started — or at least try your hand at it before committing to expensive and time-consuming schooling.

Each student will receive access to 375 lessons broken down into 17 hours worth of training on all things mechanical engineering and design. Led by Mufaddai Rasheed, a mechanical engineer, inventor, and instructor with an average rating of 4.2 out of 5 stars, the training will start off with an inside look into the design and product development process. This will help provide a holistic perspective alongside concrete examples.

Then, it will continue to the basics of material selection, manufacturing selection, sheet metal design, and fundamentals of mechanics behind machine design. Whether you're a student, already an engineer, or just an enthusiast, these courses will inspire you in a number of ways.

It's no wonder this Mechanical Engineer and Design Certification Bundle is worth nearly $1,000, given all the detailed instruction and training behind the course. But lucky for you, it's discounted to just $29.99 for a limited time.

Who knows, you could even take what you've learned from these courses and use it as your first step to a potential new career.

The Complete Mechanical Engineer & Design Certification Bundle - $29.99

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