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AMRC Training Centre

AMRC Training Centre

An Introduction to Oilfield Metallurgy

An Introduction to Oilfield Metallurgy

Description

The course is aimed at personnel who work in engineering, production and design, and who manufacture or supply engineering components. It will also be a useful introduction to the subject for new starter and graduate personnel.

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Carbon & Alloy Steel Metallurgy

Carbon & Alloy Steel Metallurgy

Description

This one day course has been developed for people with technical and engineering backgrounds working in or with the steel industry to help them gain an understanding of the metallurgy & processing of Carbon & Alloy Steels. The course focuses on basic metallurgical principles, primary & secondary steel making processes, how steels are specified & evaluated and matching grades to applications.

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City & Guilds 17th Edition IEE Wiring Regulations (2382-15)

City & Guilds 17th Edition IEE Wiring Regulations (2382-15)

Description

The AMRC Training Centre always looks to add value to the learning experience to benefit both the employer and learner.

The content of the City & Guilds 17th Edition IEE Wiring Regulations (2382-15) qualification includes:

  • Scope, object and fundamental principles
  • Definitions
  • Assessment and general characteristics
  • Protection for safety
  • Selection and erection of equipment
  • Special installations or locations
  • Inspection and testing
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Combatting Corrosion

Combatting Corrosion

Description

The course aims to provide delegates with a full understanding of the principles of metallic corrosion and prevention mechanisms appropriate to a variety of applications.

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Failure Analysis

Failure Analysis

Description

Course Description:

Due to increasing demands imposed on high-performance metals and the disastrous and costly results of component failures, the need for designers and engineers to gain an understanding of the fundamental principles of failure investigation and analysis is essential.

This course will enable delegates to determine how and why a metal component has failed or fractured during service and identify means of detecting and preventing such failures in the future.

Who Should Attend?

Typical attendees of the course include designers and engineers from the metals, manufacturing and related industries.

Course Duration:

1 day

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Fundamentals of Metallurgy

Fundamentals of Metallurgy

Description

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.

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

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Manufacturing Processes for Aerospace

Manufacturing Processes for Aerospace

Description

Delegates will be provided with a working
understanding of the range of manufacturing
processes used in aircraft production
(concentrating on metals). The objective
of the course is to facilitate and enhance
communications between departments within
aerospace supplier organisations and up and
down supply chains.

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Metallurgy for Non Metallurgists

Metallurgy for Non Metallurgists

Description

The course aims to provide a sound understanding of the scientific principles of metallurgy and how to apply them to specify & process metals in an industrial context.

"NAMTEC ran the course for our sales and commercial teams. Every participant enjoyed the course and believed it to fulfil their own personal objectives. I believe it to have provided a good basic understanding of metallurgy, which will no doubt improve customer services, and ultimately lead to increased confidence in developing technical sales skills."

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Metals for Aerospace Applications

Metals for Aerospace Applications

Description

This course provides an introduction to the principal aerospace metals and their applications.  It describes their properties, how they are tested, processed and deployed in aircraft structures.

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Metals Processing & Manufacturing Technologies

Metals Processing & Manufacturing Technologies

Description

This course outlines the primary and secondary processing of the major industrial metals and the downstream processes used to engineer finished components.

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METTECH

METTECH

Description

“METTECH” is a coordinated programme of training courses intended primarily for technical staff who are routinely involved in the processing or testing of metals-based products. It is also suitable as technical background for staff in engineering and commercial functions.

Knowledge gained from the self-study manual and from each of the taught courses is assessed via on-line multiple choice examinations. Results from these will be aggregated and successful candidates will be issued with a University of Sheffield Certificate of Achievement, with a PASS (>40%), CREDIT (>50%), MERIT (>60%) or DISTINCTION (>70%). (Note that this does not constitute a formal, accredited qualification.)

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Non Ferrous Alloys

Non Ferrous Alloys

Description

A technical course describing the production, features and applications of Aluminium, Copper, Nickel & Titanium alloys.
 
The course will provide a full understanding of the characteristics of a range of commonly-used non-ferrous alloys, how they are produced and the industrial applications to which they are suited.
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Nuclear Materials (Stainless steel, Zr/Ti, UO2)

Nuclear Materials (Stainless steel, Zr/Ti, UO2)

Description

A one day training course that explains in some detail the origins, processing, specifications and key properties of stainless steels, titanium and zirconium alloys (Ti & Zr have very similar metallurgy). Also covered are the manufacture and in-service performance of UO2 fuel pellets.

The course aims to deliver an understanding of the technical characteristics of oxide fuels, containment and structural metals used throughout the nuclear sector.

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Nuclear Metallurgy for Non-Metallurgists

Nuclear Metallurgy for Non-Metallurgists

Description

A one day training course that provides an understanding of the fundamental principles of metals processing and performance in the nuclear sector.

The course aims to provide a sound understanding of the scientific principles of metallurgy and how to apply them to specify and process metals and alloys for applications in the nuclear sector. Some prior knowledge of metallurgical principles is assumed.

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Optical & Scanning Electron Microscopy for Nuclear Applications

Optical & Scanning Electron Microscopy for Nuclear Applications

Description

A one day training course that provides a comprehensive overview of the equipment and techniques used for sample preparation, optical and SEM examination. There is a strong focus on structural materials from nuclear applications and on the Post-Irradiation Examination of fuel elements.

The course aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the principles and practical applications of optical and scanning electron microscopy in the nuclear sector. Delegates will learn how to extract and prepare samples for metallographic examination and will gain an insight into the capabilities and limitations of optical microscopy and SEM.

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Principles of Engineering Metrology

Principles of Engineering Metrology

Description

This one day awareness course delivers an understanding of the importance of a variety of measurement and inspection techniques as applied in general engineering. The fundamental principles of dimensional measurement are reviewed and explained in the context of Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T). A full range of measurement techniques and associated equipment is described

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Principles of Heat Treatment

Principles of Heat Treatment

Description

This course outlines the basic metallurgical principles of heat treatment, the fundamentals of furnace design & operation and concludes with an explanation of testing & quality control procedures.

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Quality and Quality Control

Quality and Quality Control

Description

A one day training course addressing the key aspects of Quality from the perspective of engineering services and product manufacture.

The course aims to deliver a good understanding of the importance, culture and commercial relevance of quality management, quality assurance and quality control in an engineering environment. To provide delegates with a working knowledge of relevant tools and techniques so that they can be applied in the workplace.

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Stainless Steel Metallurgy

Stainless Steel Metallurgy

Description

A one day technical course covering all aspects of the production and use of a range of stainless steel alloys.

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Testing Techniques

Testing Techniques

Description

A technical course describing the techniques used to determine the mechanical properties of metals and for non-destructive testing (NDT) of structures and components.
 
The course explains the mechanical properties and testing procedures used for design, quality and the performance behaviour of metals.
 
It will provide an overview of the features and capabilities of nondestructive techniques used to detect surface and sub-surface defects in metal structures and components.
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