• 28th August 2024 - 29th August 2024
    2:25 pm - 3:25 pm

Acquire the basic skills necessary to make effective use of the world’s most intuitive and powerful interface for performing Finite Element Analysis (FEA).

Learn and apply complete solution procedures for structural, modal, and thermal analysis. Explore the product performance envelope by quickly defining and solving multiple design scenarios.

Who Should Attend?

Designers, engineers, managers and directors who have not had any previous training on ANSYS Mechanical.

A background (or basic understanding) of structural mechanics is recommended for any attendees on this course.


2 Days

The course commences at 9:00am and finishes at approximately 5:00pm.

Course Fee

£980, including lunch and refreshments.

Classroom Schedule


27 – 28 February 2024

28 – 29 August 2024

Online Training Option

An online course is also available as an alternative to classroom-based tuition.

Registration / Further Information

We can also run this course on a date of your choosing or as a bespoke course. Please let us know if you are interested in this option.

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Manchester Area

Whitworth House 28 Charles Street Stockport SK1 3JR  


Church Farm Barn 15 High Street Longstanton Cambridge CB24 3BP    

Course Topics Include:

  • Pre-Processing
  • Structural Analysis
  • Post Processing
  • Validation
  • CAD & Parameters
  • Mesh Control
  • Connections & Joints
  • Modal Analysis
  • Thermal Analysis
  • Eigenvalue Buckling Analysis

Each course chapter is followed by “hands-on” workshops and exercises.

Registration / Further Information

28 August 2024

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Feedback from Previous Attendees

A brilliant course, well structured and highly informative with meaningful learning objectives. John Crane UK Ltd (Manchester)

Excellent course for beginners covers a broad spectrum of topics with good advice to achieve reliable and accurate results. James Fisher Nuclear (Egremont)

A very informative and interesting course which really shows the capabilities of ANSYS. Well worthwhile! Baker Perkins

Amazing course for all levels of understanding and great tuition! CTP Wipac Limited

A great course for learning the fundamentals of ANSYS. Cascade UK Ltd

Good beginner course, easy to follow. JCB Earthmovers

The training received was excellent. As an introduction to ANSYS the material was just right. The course delivered by Edwin was excellent. Swansea University (Institute of Structural Materials)

As someone who has never understood or been fond of CFD or FEA software, this training has given me a clear understanding of how to apply the software to better my work. Kautex Textron CVS

Good beginner course with plenty of tutorials and plenty of time to apply them… Really enjoyed the course and left it really improved on my basic knowledge of ANSYS Mechanical… Having some exposure to ANSYS Mechanical in my current role the mechanical intro course has answered a lot of questions and uncertainties. It has also prompted new questions about potential for many of the encountered features and the prospect of facilitating better engineering analysis. John Crane

Great course with good instructors. Enough material for anyone, from complete beginners such as myself and semi-competent users. Would definitely recommend to anyone that uses ANSYS Mechanical… Overall good experiance, tutor very kind and open for all our questions. Really useful course… Excellent course, cemented that I’m clicking the right buttons… Excellent training, adaptable to industry/company and user specific requirements. JCB Excavators

The course enabled me to get a good grasp of the of the key functions to ANSYS Workbench which I found intuitive and with a user friendly interface. The material was well presented and the tutorials reinforced learning ….tutor has a huge amount of knowledge of ANSYS. Very Professional. Babcock Marine

The course has highlighted new and improved techniques to enable the company to be more efficient and flexible with the presentation of the analysis and results. Darchem Engineering

Subject matter covered is very good …….The course is excellent I feel confident about going back to work and using ANSYS. Schlumberger

Good course, very professional but with a relaxed atmosphere. Tutors have excellent knowledge but not for absolute beginners, a degree of experience is required to get the most out of the course… Your tutors managed to pack a remarkable amount in two days whilst answering all my questions – very useful course.  Henrob

Having never used ANSYS before, I found the course was perfect for me, with plenty of opportunity to practice what we had learnt and with the lectures given at just the right pace. I would definatly recommend this course to anyone with an interest in FEA. Trelleborg Offshore UK

Well presented course with lots of interaction… I have found this course particularly useful. The content took me from a basic level of understanding to a point at which I feel comfortable using the software effectively. The teaching and exercises were very effective and interesting…. Intense course, very knowledgeable instructor… Excellent course I specifically liked the way the tutor made reference and gave guidance analyses I would be carrying out at work. Sellafield

Knowledgeable staff, good training slides excellent exercises that are readily applicable to real world industrial analyses would recommend to all mechanical engineers. Forum Energy Technologies

Course was well-paced and provided a good mix of practical tutorials. [The tutor] was very accommodating to those who had not used ANSYS before and was very knowledgeable……The course was well set out and enjoyable. Thales Optronics

I was very pleased with the speed which we are now able to undertake complex analysis from placing the order to issue of client reports. The post training support provided by Wilde has been exceptional. Wintech

The training I received was professional and practical and provided by a competent and knowledgeable engineer. A very good course and a great introduction to ANSYS.
Royal & Sun Alliance Engineering

Having used ANSYS in the past, I needed an update on the latest version, and a refresher. This course proved excellent for both requirements. Siemens Subsea (Tronic)

The training with Wilde provided a solid base of understanding, which will enable me to use ANSYS Mechanical on future projects. The use of demonstrations and tutorials helped expand on the lecture slides. Tutors provided extra tips based on their industry. Moog Aircraft Group

A really good useful course that helped me learn a lot more about ANSYS. Not only how it works but also what it does in the background… A very knowledgeable tutor who understood well the depth of our knowledge and how we will be applying ANSYS tools. Technip Umbilicals

Course was very good. It has given me the confidence to attempt more analysis now! I have a better understanding of the software. Stork Technical Services

Well executed, gives accurate level of confidence to start running simulations unaided. Halliburton (Red Spider Technology)

As a graduate coming back to FEA after 3 years, I felt the course was pitched right for someone looking to develop a basic understanding and be able to carry out high-level analyses. Sellafield

As a new user of ANSYS, I found the course and information very useful and has given me a great starting position to conduct basic analysis work. Commscope

Great course. First class introduction to ANSYS. Compressor Products International

Tutor has good knowledge about subjects (Engineering, Basics and ANSYS). Schlumberger

The course provides an essential introduction to the ANSYS package. CERAM

The course is excellent I feel confident about going back to work and using ANSYS. Schlumberger

Very useful. Covered the type of material I wouldn’t have found out myself. GE Oil & Gas PII Pipeline Solutions

The course was fine…… Good solid overview! Monier Technical Centre

A fantastic introduction into the premier analysis tool. Forum Energy Technologies

Excellent introduction to ANSYS with great examples and focussed towards my level of understanding. Narec

Course provided was very informative, will use this in my job. Thermo Fisher Scientific

Excellent introduction to the principles of finite element analysis. Balfour Beatty

An excellent first step with Wilde and ANSYS. Gives me much to look at and work with within my work; good use of ANSYS with known theory. Thanks James. Wigan and Leigh College

Good introduction to the details of a complex software. Structural Science Composites

Very easy to follow and keep up with. I was made to feel comfortable using the software. Rotite Technologies 

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