Aluminium Training Courses

Aluminium Training Courses

Arm yourself with the knowledge to solve problems and improve your products with one of our aluminium training courses.

We’ve developed a suite of aluminium training courses specifically for the aluminium industry. Each course is written and delivered by an Innoval consultant who has lots of industry experience and who is familiar with day-to-day production issues.

Client focused training

All training, apart from Aluminium Rolling Technology and Aluminium Extruded Products, is created especially for you and delivered at your site. We take into account your products and processes, as well as the delegates’ level of expertise. Because everyone’s needs are different, we don’t offer a one-course-fits-all solution.

Increase your understanding with in-depth product knowledge

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

Learn about the latest developments in your sector

Aluminium expertise is the backbone of our business, so it’s vital that we keep abreast of the latest product and process developments. Make sure you stay one step ahead of the competition by understanding the impact these developments could have on your business.

Improve your efficiency and quality with tried and tested process improvement techniques

If you want to solve more problems in-house and be less reliant on your suppliers, one of our process improvement courses could help you do this. You’ll learn about the latest process improvement techniques from tutors who have had years of experience successfully applying them in the aluminium industry.

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