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ALUMINUM: Wrapped Up – A Basic Understanding of Aluminum
Wed, June 28, 2017, 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM EDT
Aluminum: Wrapped Up - A Basic Understanding of Aluminum
Cost: $395 - Includes textbooks, class materials, and lunch
The purpose of the course is to introduce students to aluminum, its characteristics, alloys, processes, forms, and applications. Students will leave with a broad understanding of the manufacturing process – from bauxite mining to primary and secondary production to recycling. Along the way, students will also learn about the various alloys, tempers and designations of aluminum and the commercial factors that influence buying behavior.
Reference materials will be provided as a resource for professionals working in the aluminum industry. Students are encouraged to bring questions and/or samples for discussion. The course instructor has a wide variety of experience and can assist with day to day issues that are commonly faced in the industry.
THIS COURSE IS IDEAL FOR:
• Quality Engineers
• Sales & Marketing
• Customer Service