May 2021

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Engineering Case Histories: Case 112: Remote failure analysis consulting

An article on “Remote training of personnel”1 is interesting and appropriate at this time of COVID-19. It outlines the difficulties in presenting remote training courses and suggests methods that can help.

Sofronas, A., Consulting Engineer

An article on “Remote training of personnel”1 is interesting and appropriate at this time of COVID-19. It outlines the difficulties in presenting remote training courses and suggests methods that can help. Challenges of remote consulting As an independent consultant, I can relate to the ideas presented in this article. I formerly presented worldwide engineering failure analysis seminars to industry onsite as part of my consulting work. The satisfaction came in talking to the participants and recognizing when they had questions. These seminars lasted a full day and included a PowerPoint presentation, whiteboard explanations, group problem-solving, demonstrations and frequent breaks. This ty

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