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NetComposites Launch Online Training Videos for the Composites Industry

NetComposites Launch Online Training Videos for the Composites Industry

  • Tuesday, 10th June 2014
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NetComposites, Chesterfield, has launched its series of online video training modules with the first module, “What is a Composites Material?” available to view through Vimeo On-Demand.

The first modules are aimed at commercial staff working in the composites industry wishing to gain a greater understanding of the materials, their properties and applications. The first module, “What is a Composite Material?”, develops on the theme by defining what a composite material is, why composite materials replacing more conventional materials and provides details of their applications.

James Taylor, Training and Communications Specialist, commented “We’re really excited to be able to offer this to the industry – as a company NetComposites recognises the requirement for composites training at all levels and we will continually add more training modules to build up a comprehensive course library.”

“There’s a huge demand for skilled and knowledgeable staff in the composites industry at the moment and these online modules, along with our more traditional classroom-based courses will help provide the skills required.”

The training modules are available to watch through Vimeo On Demand for just £29 at www.vimeo.com/netcomposites/vod_pages

For more information, please contact james.taylor@netcomposites.com

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