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Aluminum and its Alloys

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Venue

Macomb Community College
14500 E Twelve Mile Rd
Warren, 48088 United States
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(586) 445-7999
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Oct. 19-21 2015
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October 19 – 21, 2015

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:
Identify aluminum alloys suited to specific applications; describe key processing parameters that influence structure – property relationships; identify composition and processing interactions that result in final material properties; solve routine processing and heat-treating issues; and identify cost-reduction opportunities that do not negatively impact material and product performance.

Attendees (Who Should Attend?): Personnel involved with any facet of aluminum and its alloys, Metallurgists, Technicians, QA/QC Managers, Engineering Managers, Purchasing Professionals

Cost: FREE (As a benefit of the Make It in America Challenge grant, however, a fee of $150 will be charged for any cancellations within 14 days of start date and for now-shows directly to the person reserving the course)

Registration: Contact Charles Cammarata at (586) 445-7425 or cammaratac00@macomb.edu

Class size is limited to 30 and will be filled on a first come, first served basis.

Macomb Community College is part of a collaborative grant effort called the Make It in America Challenge. To support this grant’s initiatives, Macomb Community College is offering free classes from American Society for Metals (ASM International).

**This opportunity comes with the requirement of paperwork. The funding comes from the Department of Labor H1B Visa revenue, which is used to expand the skills of the US workforce. They need to make sure that everyone that benefits from this funding is, indeed, a US citizen. To that end, there are 6 forms for the attendee to fill out and proof of citizenship (birth certificate, passport or I-9) and ability to work in the US (social security card or I-9) is part of it.

More Information:

Aluminum-and-Its-Alloys-Course-Outline-10-19-2015

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Venue

Macomb Community College
14500 E Twelve Mile Rd
Warren, 48088 United States
+ Google Map
(586) 445-7999