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NetComposites offers two well-respected classroom-based training courses from its head office in Chesterfield, UK.

Classroom Training: An Introduction to Composites for Commercial Staff

Location: NetComposites, Chesterfield, UK

This one-day course has been specifically designed for people working within the composites industry in non-technical roles (e.g. sales, marketing, finance, human resources, administration, etc.), who need to be conversant with composite materials and their terminology, but who don’t necessarily have a scientific background. It is also suitable for those outside the composites industry who are looking for a gentle introduction.

The course assumes no prior knowledge of composites, starting with the most basic fundamentals and progressing at a comfortable rate to cover all of the key aspects of composite materials, their manufacturing and their applications without excessive technical detail. Extensive use is made of hands-on material samples throughout the day to aid visualisation and understanding.

The course costs £349 (ex. VAT) per delegate to attend. This includes a full day’s tutoring and course notes, as well as lunch and refreshment breaks.

Course content

  • 17 January 2017
  • 12 April 2017

Classroom Training: An Introduction to Composites for Engineering Staff

Location: NetComposites, Chesterfield, UK

This course is specifically aimed at engineers and designers who require a working knowledge of composite materials, their properties and relevant processes. Once covered, you will learn how to translate this new knowledge into appropriate designs.

Designing with composites is more complex than many other materials however, the extra opportunities that can be exploited once the process is understood are well worthwhile.

This course removes much of the mystery surrounding composite materials to allow practical and economic designs to be achieved.

The course costs £349 (ex. VAT) per delegate to attend. This includes a full day’s tutoring and course notes, as well as lunch and refreshment breaks.

Course content

  • 11 January 2017
  • 26 April 2017