METal - Manufacturing Technology
The manufacturing technology course provides an overview of common manufacturing techniques and methods as well as covering some of the technical aspects associated with these techniques.
Who should attend?
The course is aimed at people who wish to gain/improve their knowledge of manufacturing, manufacturing processes and their link to materials. Typical attendees include technical personnel, production managers, production operators, engineers and trainees. The delegates do not need to have any formal qualifications but as the course is first year degree level they should be able to engage on a technical course.
To provide a core understanding of manufacturing processes, material considerations during these processes and general manufacturing mentality. The course will provide an insight into the technical aspects of manufacturing and highlight processing considerations and common defects.
- Good understanding of manufacturing techniques
- An ability to undertake selection of production processes for successful product manufacture
- An understanding that both materials selection and manufacturing processes are important in producing products with optimum performance at minimum cost
- Relate the effects of large-scale processes on the microscopic structure of materials
- Overview of manufacturing
- Material structure and properties
- Powder metallurgy
- Surface Treatments
- Hard facing
- Shot peening
- Microstructure control
- Heat treatments and annealing
- Introduction to Lean Engineering
- Quality Systems
- Material and Process Selection
- Including common engineering materials
Baglan Bay Innovation Centre
Assessment & Duration
3 days plus assessment, 2 hour written exam.
To find out more about how much it costs to attend this course and to see if you are eligible for part funding please visit our prices page