DPRp-SP Fundamentals of Engineering Physics

DPRp-SP Fundamentals of Engineering Physics

  • Duration:
  • Investment: US$ 199.00

Must complete all lessons




This course covers the fundamental concepts of physics that can be applied in engineering.

Succesfully 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 Competancy and Advanced Diplomas.




  • Motion 1D and 2D
  • Heating and cooling
  • Light and optics
  • Elasticity
  • Electricity
  • Sound
  • Nuclear physics


Plan Name Investment
Unlimited Access for 2 Years: US$ 199.00


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.