Aluminium and aluminium production training courses

Aluminium and aluminium production training courses

Whether you’re responsible for training within your organisation, or you’re an individual looking to expand your aluminium knowledge, our suite of aluminium and aluminium production training courses will help you reach your goal.

Your Problem

Your operations will not improve unless you can increase the product and process knowledge of your staff.

How we can help

Our experts, who have a huge amount of product and process experience, write and deliver all our training courses. They’re very familiar with the day-to-day issues of an aluminium plant and they’ve created the courses to help you understand the most common problems. Your operators and engineers will gain the in-depth knowledge they need to really make a difference.

Your Problem

You’re about to begin manufacturing a new product so you want the production team to understand the basics in order to ensure a trouble-free start.

How we can help

Product-specific courses, such as for beverage cans or automotive sheet, will help your team to really understand material behaviour during fabrication. Furthermore, they’ll learn about what features are important to your customer and how the product behaves in service. Metallurgy, surface treatment, corrosion and lubrication are some of the topics covered in our product courses.

Your Problem

One of your technical experts has recently left and you need to train their replacement quickly.

How we can help

Most of our consultants have been supporting the industry for over 20 years, and many have held Senior Management positions in global aluminium companies. They have an abundance of product and process expertise which they’re more than happy to pass on.

We can create a training course especially for your employees and delivered it at your site. We will take into account your products and processes, as well as their level of expertise. We can train just one person or a number of individuals at the same time. We usually keep the groups fairly small in order to allow plenty of time for questions and discussion.

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