Education and knowledge that make a difference
As future professionals, it is vital that engineering and industrial design graduates are able to take into account people's different conditions and abilities, and contribute to making the products, services and environments they develop accessible to as many as possible.
The knowledge and ability to understand people and their different life situations are important qualities that will enable engineers and designers to participate in society's aspirations for diversity.
Certec's courses are strongly related to both people and technology. Rehabilitation engineering is based on human needs, wishes and dreams, which in turn can place high demands on technical solutions.
Certec offers courses to increase the knowledge and skills of those who work in group homes for people with developmental disabilities, in day activity centers, rehabilitation centers, psychiatric facilities, nursing homes, schools, as personal assistants and for relatives.
For Master's level engineering students
Rehabilitation Engineering TNSF05 (TNX097) (autumn term)
Universal Design, Theory and Project TNSF10 (TNX153) (spring term)
Advanced Interaction Design MAMN01
(offered as an elective for C4 and D4 autumn 2013. Offered as a required course for C3 and elective for D4 spring 2014. Limited enrollment!)
Ergonomics MAMF30 (spring term, offered as an elective for BME4, i.e. BioMedical Engineering year 4)
Required courses for Industrial Design
Ergonomics MAMF30 (spring term)
For Industrial Design Engineering students
Ergonomics MAMF30 (autumn term)
Universal Design, Theory TNSA01 (autumn term)
Universal Design, Project TNSF02 (spring term)
Apps, Pictures and Electronic Assistive Technology in Healthcare, Schools and Social Services TFRB55 (spring term)
Design of Everyday Cognitive Support TFRB20 (autumn term)
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