Technology Management

New business models, corporate culture conducive to innovation and sustainable economic development are just some of the topics around which the Technology & Innovation theme revolves. RWTH Aachen University is known as a driver and thought leader in the digitalization of production and repeatedly impresses with renowned research results. You will receive this bundled knowledge in our certificate courses & seminars. You will develop a consistent strategy and identify new technologies. Learn to develop these technologies in a targeted manner and implement innovative business models and products individually.
You will also find courses that revolve around the sustainability of manufactured products, or their production.

RWTH Certificate Course Chief Technology Manager

Sucessfully Designing Strategic Technology and Innovation Management

Identify successful approaches to technology and innovation management for the effective identification, evaluation and development of new technologies. On this basis, design a consistent strategy and derive your future fields of action. Test the knowledge gained in practical exercises to develop innovative business models for your individual market success on this basis.

RWTH Certificate Course Agile Innovation Development

The innovative path to the future value chain

Learn how to implement agile developments in the context of Industry 4.0. You will learn to understand backgrounds as well as processes and focus on the customer-oriented design of intelligent products. For this purpose, you will receive a comprehensive overview of agile product development and innovation methods. Smart product and technology concepts are highlighted as well as the development of functional prototypes and business models.

Certificate Course Chief Technology Manager
Certificate Course Agile Innovation Development

RWTH Certificate Course Fundamentals of Life Cycle Assessments (LCA) for Industrial Products

LCA as a Holistic Environmental Inspection Method

Learn to represent and quantify material and energy flows relevant to the process as input or output variables in the various life phases of the product, process or service. In addition, you will be able to use the Life Cycle Assessment tool for process optimisation decisions that focus on added value.

RWTH Certificate Course Social Life Cycle Assessment (S-LCA) in Industry

Responsible Management - with S-LCA to a Holistically Sustainable Company

In this online certificate course you will learn to identify social hotspots in your company and your supply chain. This will enable you to make concrete improvements towards a socially responsible and holistically sustainable company.

Certificate Course Fundamentals of Life Cycle Assessmemts LCA
Certificate Course| Basic Seminar Social Life Cycle Assessment (SLCA) in Context of the Supply Chain Act (LkSG)

RWTH Certificate Course Fine Blanking

Best Practice Approaches for Toolmaking, Press and Plant Engineering and Tribology

Master fineblanking trends such as the application of environmentally friendly lubricants or agile process changes on your own. You will understand the interplay of process, tool, press, plant peripherals and tribology. Furthermore, you will be able to identify process anomalies in good time using statistical analysis (Six Sigma) or numerical methods (FEM).

Certificate Course Fine Blanking

Inhouse Possibility

One or more of the courses from the area of technology management, or parts of courses would also be interesting for your entire team/your company? Then: Our team for your team! We would be happy to advise you on the possibility of an in-house course. Call us or write to us - we will tailor your further training to your individual requirements.

Tanja Lux, Business Development, RWTH International Academy

Tanja Lux
Head of Business Development
+49 241 80 97860
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Laura Noske
Program Manager
Tel.: +49 241 80 97865
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Further Certificate Courses, Seminars & Workshops

Technology Management

Quality Management

Robotics & Industry 4.0

Electrification & Mobility