DPR-SP Preparation Maths, Physics and Chemistry

DPR-SP Preparation Maths, Physics and Chemistry

  • Duration:
  • Investment: US$ 499.00

Must complete all lessons




The objective of each subject and the corresponding topics is to cover the key concepts of engineering maths, physics and chemistry with useful practical exercises. The topics covered will provide students with an excellent background and working knowledge.

Successfully completing this course will provide you with added confidence to undertake the range of programs offered by the Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT), including Professional Certificates of Competency and Advanced Diplomas.

Each subject is also an online refresher for engineers and technicians who have an existing knowledge of these topics.



  • Online engineering fundamentals and preparatory course
  • Lectured recordings
  • Practical online education and training
  • Study at your own pace
  • Highly affordable
  • Certificate of Completion



  • Key know-how in maths, physics and chemistry knowledge that is applicable to engineering
  • The ability to confidently work with engineering chemistry, maths and physics concepts
  • A warm up to the perhaps forgotten world of study



Many engineering professionals tend to get a little rusty with their knowledge on mathematics, physics and chemistry. This fundamentals and preparation course has been designed to fill this gap and enable you to refresh your knowledge and approach more advanced courses with confidence and a solid foundation. This course distils the relevant key concepts in one hard-hitting self-paced course.




This subject will cover the fundamental concepts of mathematics that are applicable to engineering. Upon completion of the course you will have revised mathematical concepts and regained confidence in math skills and includes the following topics:

  • Algebra
  • Trigonometry
  • Permutations and Combinations
  • Probability
  • Functions and Graphs
  • Differential and Integral Calculus
  • Complex Numbers
  • Financial Math



This subject will cover the fundamental concepts of physics that can be applied in engineering. Upon completion you will have revised their physics skills and regained confidence in this area. You will learn about the following topics:

  • Motion 1D and 2D
  • Heating and Cooling
  • Light and Optics
  • Elasticity
  • Electricity
  • Sound
  • Nuclear Physics



The objective of this subject is to cover the key concepts of chemistry with useful practical exercises. The topics covered will provide an excellent background and working knowledge of basic chemistry concepts relevant to engineering. Once you have completed this subject, you will have covered the following topics:

  • Matter and material
  • Structure and bonding
  • Analytical chemistry
  • Gases and solutions
  • Equilibrium
  • Acids and bases
  • Industrial chemistry



Plan Name Investment
Unlimited Access for 2 Years: US$ 499.00


Indumathi V

Dip ECC Eng; BE (Electrical & Electronic Eng);
Grad Dip Adult & Voc Ed

Indu started her career in electronics, Computer and Communication engineering after completing her Diploma studies in Singapore. She has extensive knowledge in the semiconductor industry starting out a failure analysis specialist in a German MNC.

She subsequently went on to complete her Bachelor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Western australia. After completing her bachelors, she went on to work as a Failure analysis engineer for a MNC, specializing in both destructive and non-destructive methods of failure analysis. During her career she has also led studies on the Tin Whisker project, trained local and overseas technicians and managed a team of technical specialist. she has also had extensive experience in engineering project management, quality control, process control, operations management and audit processes.

For the past 7 years Indu has also been lecturing full time in the VET sector in Perth, Australia. Indu is passionate to bring her personal and professional experience into her delivery and adopts a variety of teaching strategies to cater to the diverse student needs. she is a qualified VET lecturer holding both TAE and Graduate Diploma in Adult and VET education.

Indu is a passionate sTeM advocate and has designed and run sTeM open days particularly targeting females into the engineering industry. she is currently pursuing an MBa and has been working on industry projects in both commercial and government agencies. 

Mark Shuttleworth

GradDipCommSys, BA, ACEEng, CIVTAE

Mark has over 25 years experience in electronics and communications engineering. Mark began his career gaining broad and extensive industrial experience in various electronic communication companies and departments such as GPT Telecommunications, Unilab Telecommunications and Stanilite electronics, where he has worked on the development, installation and commissioning of cellular/trunk UHF radio and two way radio HF, VHF and UHF systems for the defence, emergency services and commercial clients.

Mark then started a training career as an engineering lecturer in TAFE teaching fundamental electrical units to more advanced units in wireless communications, industrial data communications and engineering mathematics. He has also designed and built RF electronic devices for training purposes and written many training manuals for both students and commercial clients. Mark is now the principal lecturer of Engineering at Central Institute of Technology in Western Australia and has also worked as a consultant communication systems engineer for the past few years working on various small to large projects. One large project that Mark worked on was as an independent technical consultant with the Western Australian Police which included consulting with the police radio division and Motorola on the installation and commissioning procedures of a multi-million dollar digital trunk radio system.

Dr Srinivas Shastri

PhD, MBA, BSc(Eng)

Srinivas has worked in a variety of roles ranging from process engineering to academia and has gained experience in a number of areas. He has worked across cultures in India, Singapore, New Zealand and Aaustralia.

Srinivas started off as a process engineer and then moved to industrial research culminating in the development of a model of the complex hydrometallurgical process of hydrogen reduction of nickel. as a research engineer, Srinivas worked on an optimization solution for a refinery in Singapore before embarking on research into alarm Management. The software was successfully implemented in a large refinery, and the research group has spun off into a company. In a faculty role, he had the pleasure of mentoring and developing young engineers while continuing to build strong links with industry. Entering the alternative energy industry, he led the modelling effort of the shale to liquid process and significantly contributed to the design of a 115,000 bpd commercial facility.

Srinivas is currently developing, in addition to traditional process engineering support, areas of alternative energy technologies, scoping studies, and is actively involved in Business Development.