Cetim Academy has unveiled its training catalog for 2024, featuring ten value chains. Four new courses have been introduced, including one dedicated to industrial failure analysis.
Cetim's "value chain" approach enables you to quickly grasp all the skills and training required to integrate or reinforce the development of new materials, processes, technologies or concepts within your company. Thanks to this global and step-by-step vision, manufacturers are in a better position to guide and plan their employees' skills development according to their company's current and future needs.
The "failure analysis" value chain groups the forty or so training courses on the subject offered by Cetim around the six key components of failure analysis defined by Cetim's field experts and trainers:
- Materials (metallic and non-metallic) ;
- Damage (corrosion, breakage, wear, fatigue, etc.) ;
- Assembly processes (welding and screwing) ;
- Components (gears, bearings and pumps) ;
- Inspection and testing (non-destructive testing and forge-foundry testing) ;
- Damage analysis methods.
These training courses offer manufacturers the opportunity to benefit from the experience of Cetim's experts to master the methodologies used for expert assessments of materials, components and processes. They are aimed at factory applications, for better control of asset integrity, process optimization, risk reduction and greater reliability and availability of installations and equipment. But their scope also extends to the product level, to achieve a reduction in failure rates, a better understanding of degradation phenomena, optimized or maximized service life and enhanced quality.
"Much more than a simple diagnosis, failure analysis is a real vector of progress for the company, and in-house training plays an essential role. It enables manufacturers to better master the 1st level of expertise, thus facilitating communication with experts in the field and improving the fluidity of decision-making. We're looking forward to working with you," sums up Romain Barrellon, head of development for Cetim's Failure Analysis and Expertise activity.