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NAFEMS Launches New
E-learning Products for Corporations and Individuals

Flexipass and Corporate e-learning options announced

GLASGOW, UK, DECEMBER 5TH 2013 NAFEMS, the International Association for the Engineering Modelling, Simulation & Analysis Community, has announced an expansion of its popular e-learning training product to include customised corporate options, as well as multiple-seat purchasing options for corporations and individuals.

NAFEMS e-learning has been providing world-class training in FEA, CFD and related technologies in a virtual learning environment for the past five years. Over 3,000 individuals from around the globe have been trained in that time, from all ability levels across every industry.

The e-learning course programme has developed into an offering of numerous stand-alone topics, covering subjects as diverse as“Basic FE Analysis” through “Essentials of Fluid Mechanics” to“Advanced Dynamic FE Analysis", “CFD for Structural Engineers”, “Simulation Data Management”, and many more.

'Flexipass' introduces the option for both individuals and companies to buy multiple 'seats' on NAFEMS e-learning, at a discounted rate. These seats can then be used on any e-learning course for the period of one year. 

Full details can be found at

Corporate e-learning comes in two levels - gold and platinum. Many corporations have very specific training requirements for their staff, and some may find that their needs would be better met by a combination of the stand-alone e-learning topics, into a seamless flow providing a truly unique training course, specifically designed to meet their needs, at their pace, and at their level of experience.

NAFEMS has addressed this need by offering two levels of corporate e-learning providing organisations with the ultimate is customized online training which is tailored specifically to customers needs.

Full details can be found at


Event Type:
Location: Glasgow UK
Date: December 5, 2013