MPIF’s Basic PM Short Course to run online in January

November 24, 2020

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) will again hold its Basic PM Short Course digitally from January 18–11, 2021, after the 2020 Basic PM Short Course was held digitally for the first time in its fifty-five year history in August.

This intensive course includes nearly sixteen hours of content designed for those looking for an introduction to PM; updating knowledge of recent industry developments; seeking to expand their current knowledge of the industry in order to enhance advancement opportunities; specialised in one area of PM and looking to broaden background in the field; or who are users of PM parts (or looking to adopt them).

A reduced rate is available for those who register by December 11, 2020.

Further information and registration details are available via the MPIF.

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