Intermediate Manual Prepreg Techniques

Tuesday, 16 - Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020

** POSTPONED ** New date to be be confirmed. Unfortunately it is not possible to complete this training online. 

If you're already producing prepreg parts or you're close to the process and you want to enhance your skills and practical knowledge, this is the course for you. 

We'll take you through two days of interactive, hands-on learning, where you will deepen your understanding of how prepreg materials work and how to manipulate them to get the best possible results. We'll cover many of the advanced techniques used by technicians at the performance end of prepreg manufacture.

What we'll cover

  • Selecting and qualifying prepreg formats
  • Technical terms relating to prepreg materials and manufacture
  • Completing a component from manufacturing drawings and instructions
  • Identifying different techniques and when to use them
  • Creating vacuum bags for autoclave cures
  • Identifying faults and their causes
  • Following quality control documents
  • Using manufacturing data sheets to assist autoclave cures

Who should attend

This course is highly recommended for individuals and teams who want to improve their process and the quality of their finished parts.


  • 2 days


  • Individual Price: £800
  • Closed Course (up to 10): £5,120

Get in touch

To find out more about this course or to discuss your training needs with us, please email




National Composites Centre
Bristol and Bath Science Park
Feynman Way Central
Emersons Green
BS16 7FS

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