Understanding processing conditions and why the metal behaves as it does will give you confidence to solve processing problems without external help.
Diagnose quality issues quickly by understanding your product’s properties and how it has been processed.
Our aim with this course is to provide you with a good basic knowledge of aluminium metallurgy. Although this course is pitched at an introductory level, you will find that the topics are explored in some depth. For example, we spend 2.5 hours discussing thermal treatments.
You’ll learn about aluminium microstructure, deformation and annealing mechanisms and thermal treatment. As well as metallurgy, we’ll also cover surface control and experimental techniques for problem solving. In all, you will receive 10.5 hours of training in aluminium metallurgy from industry experts.
The course timetable is shown below (and also in the Course Details pdf):
Introduction to Aluminium Metallurgy is suitable for anyone working in the aluminium industry in a technical role. For example, you may be a Process Engineer with little metallurgical knowledge, or you may be a Metallurgist but from another industry such as steel.
The course is designed for graduates in an Engineering or Materials discipline.
We will deliver this course as a live online event (using Microsoft Teams) in 3 x half-day sessions. The dates of our next courses are as follows:
There will be two-way interaction between the delegates and tutors, so you will really benefit from our expertise. Furthermore, we always restrict the number of participants to ensure maximum interaction.
Consequently, attending a live online event means you get the training you need in the most efficient way possible. You will benefit from our tutors’ expertise whilst avoiding costly travel expenses.
If you click on the Course Details pdf you’ll see what we cover in the modules which make up this training course.
The course fee is £790 per person. Each delegate will receive a full set of course materials in pdf format. We will send this to you by email before the event so you can use it to make notes.
To register, please request a registration form from us via the form below.
Please note: the form below is only for enquiries and will not register you for this training course.