Recognising that today’s engineers need skills across many disciplines and often use composites as part of a palette of materials. The NCC is working with the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC), also part of the High Value Manufacturing Catapult network, to deliver a series of continuous professional development (CPD) courses covering a range of areas in Metallurgy.
The short technical courses cover the processing and application of a range of materials, metals and alloys.
An understanding of the origins, intrinsic material characteristics and processing parameters of metals is essential when selecting and specifying an alloy for a given application.
These courses provide a working knowledge of the properties and applications of a range of ferrous and non-ferrous alloys and cater for a wide range of professionals who wish to extend their knowledge and experience within the world of Metallurgy
The following courses are being held at the NCC. Please click on the course title to find out more information and to book a place.
Non-Ferrous Alloys - 19/11/19 & 28/04/20
Combating Corrosion - 03/12/19 & 04/02/20
Metallography & Microscopy - 04/12/19 & 14/01/20
Stainless Steel Metallurgy - 25/02/20
Carbon & Alloy Steel Metallurgy - 17/03/20
Metallurgy for Non-Metallurgists - 24/03/20 & 25/03/20
Metallurgical Failure Analysis & Prevention - 07/04/20
Fundamentals of Metallurgy - 19/05/20
Quality & Quality Control - 09/06/20
Testing Techniques - 30/06/20
Principles of Heat Treatment - 21/07/20
For further information you can also email the AMRC team at firstname.lastname@example.org