Designed and sanctioned by CASF for Canadian electroplaters and suppliers, the Introduction to Electroplating course consists of 12 modules taught over 2 days. Each lesson provides valuable and practical information about the basic science and process of electroplating. Upon completion of this course, students will have a basic understanding of electroplating processes and principles, electrochemistry, the equipment used in electroplating, maintenance techniques and the best practices for successful electroplating. This is an excellent introduction for those new to the electroplating industry.
This edition is taking place in the Montreal area at the Tecnickrome Aeronatique plant. Danielle Miousse is once again hosting for us. And as mentioned, it is the first time that the French-speaking finishers can fully participate.
This training course benefits those who have little or no experience or training in electroplating, such as new hires for plating line work or environmental systems personnel, supervisors, sales and account management personnel serving metal finishers, and managers who want an introductory technical primer on the subject. This course will also be helpful for those who wish to progress with more advanced training.
The goal of this course is to provide a basic understanding of electroplating terminology, knowledge of surface treatment and process equipment used in electroplating operations and safe and best practices in the industry. It is often said electroplating is a delicate blend of art and science!
Upon completion of this course, attendees can expect to:
- Have a basic level of understanding of electricity, math, and chemistry/electrochemistry as it relates to the electroplating process.
- Have the ability to identify and describe the main equipment and components in the electroplating process.
- Have a broader understanding of the different kind of finishes commonly applied by the electroplating process.
- Learn basic troubleshooting and maintenance techniques of an electroplating process.
- Understand the technology behind electroplating, its uses in industry and the difference between electroplating processes and their benefits.
CASF Lunch & Learn Series
The Lunch & Learn series is an association sponsored event held in various cities throughout Canada about surface finishing related topics. They are intended to provide a forum for education, discussion and discovery for those involved in the surface finishing industry. CASF is Canada’s only surface finishing trade association dedicated to helping our members succeed!
“The AESF Foundation is a non-profit organization and an entity functioning as the Educational arm of NASF, the National Association for Surface Finishing. We are governed by our Board of Trustees. Our Foundation’s three core areas are EDUCATION, RESEARCH and SCHOLARSHIP.
AESF Foundation was formed in 2006 and it aims to support the on-going needs of our members in the surface finishing industry, nationally and globally. Our Educational Programs are well recognized in the industry. They range from regular Class Room courses, to Custom Courses, and our most popular Webinars. We offer certification, starting from the basic level CEF, all the way to MSF (Master Surface Finisher).”