14 March 2017
14 March 2017
NetComposites has launched its series of training videos, which offer a range of modules covering composite materials, available online at anytime, anywhere.
The training modules, including its world renowned 'What is a Composite Material?' are now available to stream via netcompositestraining.com. Each module offers bitesize learning, written and presented by a composite industry expert, accessible at a time to suit the learner.
Users of the site can improve their composite materials knowledge at their own pace, in their own learning environment, irrelevant of time zone. With more modules being added regularly, NetComposites’ training videos are a valuable development tool for any company working within or with the composites industry.
Gemma Smith, NetComposites’ Marketing and Communications Manager, said, “NetComposites’ training is highly regarded by attendees and we are really pleased to be able to offer it on a global scale. We are looking forward to building the online library and creating a world class learning hub, accessible to companies worldwide.”
NetComposites welcomes feedback, training module ideas and requests. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any ideas.
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