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Materials Characterisation

Manufacturing industry faces a wide range of challenges if they are to maintain a competitive edge in today’s dynamic marketplace. The ability to accurately characterise materials, test components and appropriately analyse the test results for problem-solving can help companies to reduce design cycles and R&D time, solve process problems, as well as improve product quality. This course is designed to provide project managers, engineers and specialists with the core knowledge and skills needed to effectively apply advanced analytical tools and techniques in material characterisations and testing for materials formulation, process development, failure analysis, and production quality control applications.

Why This Course

  • Designed specifically based on local industry demand
  • Highly practical and intensive
  • Latest knowledge and up-to-date technology
  • Case studies highlighting industrial application
  • Expert trainers in the field with industrial experience

Who Should Attend

This module is designed for industry professionals, engineers, technologists, lab managers, failure analysis professionals, those involved in materials and materials characterisation, process development, quality control and assurance, procurement engineers and project managers, and makers/sellers of analytical equipment from precision engineering, semiconductor, electronics, materials and testing industries.

What You Will Learn
Upon Completion of This Course

Pre-Requisites and Nett Course Fee

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Materials Characterisation

Please register for this course under 1. Modular Programmes > 2. Precision Measurements and Characterisation in the online registration form.

Note: Received registrations are placed on the waiting list for the next upcoming intake if the current intake is full or there is no available course schedule.


Skills Course Reference Number Training Period
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Registration Status
Engineering Optics & Optical Measurements (45 hours) TGS-2018502748 EVE 4 Jan 2022 - 1 Mar 2022
Dimensional Measurements and Metrology (45 hours) TGS-2018502749 EVE 19 Apr 2022 - 9 Jun 2022
Materials Characterisation (45 hours) TGS-2018502750

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