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EWI Repeats Advanced Training Courses in Welding Technology and Engineering This Fall

August 23, 2013

In response to high demand, EWI will again offer three of its most popular professional classes on welding technology and engineering starting in September.

Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) August 23, 2013

Once more, the welding experts at EWI will be teaching three of its most frequently requested courses for engineers, engineering managers, and technicians this fall. All classes will be held at EWI in Columbus, OH, and are open to the public:

Laser Welding and Equipment Fundamentals – September 19, 2013

Fundamentals of Welding Engineering – October 14-18, 2013

Introduction to Friction Stir Welding – November 6, 2013

“Demand for classes in these technical areas has been especially high this year,” reports Leah Kohr, EWI’s Training and Education Manager. “EWI has responded by adding sessions to our end-of-the-year schedule. We are thrilled that the manufacturing industry wants more training in advanced materials welding. It indicates that US manufacturing is thriving and moving forward.”

To register for one of these fall offerings, visit ewi.org/events. For more information about other EWI courses and seminars, contact the EWI Training and Education office at 614.688.5049 or lkohr@ewi.org.

About EWI

EWI is an international thought-leader on materials joining and allied technologies. It uses manufacturing technology innovation to increase the competitiveness of over 1,200 member locations of global leaders in the advanced energy, aerospace, automotive, government/defense, heavy manufacturing, oil and gas, and consumer products industries. EWI also operates a variety of technology-based centers and consortia to further increase U.S. manufacturing innovation. To learn more, visit http://www.ewi.org, email info(at)ewi(dot)org, follow @EWI_innovation, or call 614.688.5000.

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