Coventive Composites Launches Online Composite Materials Training Course

February 08 (2021

Coventive Composites’ highly regarded classroom training has now gone virtual, allowing delegates to connect online for a live, interactive course.

Coventive’s Virtual Classroom Training Course is specifically designed to give a broad introduction to composite materials and provides the necessary background knowledge to enable informed discussions with customers, colleagues and collaborators.

The course aims to provide a gentle but thorough introduction to composite materials - how they work, how they are made, what they are used for and what advantages (and disadvantages) they can bring. By the end of the course, all attendees will understand the basics of what a composite material is, what ingredients go into making a composite and how composite materials are converted into finished parts. Coventive states that the course is suitable for anyone that is looking for a comprehensive introduction to composite materials.

This is a split-date course and the first edition will be held over two sessions on 16th and 23rd February.

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