Manufacturing Processes for Aerospace - AMRC

5 December 2017

No.4 Hamilton Place, London

Supported Event

5 December 2017 

A one day course describing the processes used to manufacture metal components for aircraft.

Course aims

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.


Who should attend

The course has been designed for staff with some understanding of aerospace materials and processes, who need to interact with colleagues, suppliers and customers through a shared understanding of the technology. It is equally suited to staff who specialise in some aspects of manufacture but are less knowledgeable in others.

Find out more: For further information please contact

T: 0114 222 4446
E: cpd@amrctraining.co.uk 
W: amrctraining.co.uk

Or alternatively

T: 020 760 4345 
E: conferences@aerosociety.com

 

Metals for Aerospace Applications

This course is run in conjunction with the 'Metals for Aerospace Applications' course. Further details available here

Speaker Details

Full course outline available below

Location

No.4 Hamilton Place, London

Royal Aeronautical Society HQ

No.4 Hamilton Place

London

W1J 7BQ