Fundamentals of Metallurgy (a course provided by NCC in collaboration with AMRC)

26 March 2019, 09:00 to 17:00
The National Composites Centre
Bristol and Bath Science Park, Feynman Way,
BS16 7FS

Fundamentals of Metallurgy

This course provides an introduction to the principle alloy categories and their applications.  It explains the properties of metals, how they are tested, how metal products are made and where they are used

This is a new advanced materials course held at The National Composites Centre, delivered by our HVMC partner AMRC

Recognising that today’s engineers need skills across many disciplines and often use composites as part of a palette of materials The NCC is delighted to work with our sister organisation, the AMRC to deliver a series of continuous professional development (CPD) courses covering a range 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.

The courses will cater for a wide range of professionals who wish to extend their knowledge and experience within the world of Metallurgy.

Who should attend?

Professionals from all parts of your business who have little experience of metals or materials science. Directors, financial & legal staff, HR, marketing & sales, technicians

A module of the QCF level 3 Certificate in Metallurgy qualification

Who Should Attend?

This course is aimed at professionals with little or no background in metals or materials science. A basic level of scientific understanding would be helpful. Typical attendees include; directors, financial & legal staff, human resources, marketing and sales professionals.


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