In Company Courses
The portfolio of courses available for immediate lecturing is as follows:
  • Applied Metallography
  • Heat Treatment of Steels
  • Ironmaking Raw Materials
  • Metallurgical Lime
  • Natural Gas–Based Direct Reduction
  • Alternative Ironmaking Processes
  • Design of Coal Blends
  • Coke Battery Operation
  • Non-recovery/Heat-recovery Cokemaking
  • Refractories for Coke Ovens
  • Sintering
  • Blast Furnace
  • Meltshop Metallurgy
  • Electric Arc Furnace
  • Oxygen Steelmaking
  • Ladle Metallurgy
  • Clean Steel Production
  • Steelmaking Refractories
  • Application of Ternary Diagrams to Slag-Refractory Interactions
  • Continuous Casting of Billets & Blooms
  • Continuous Casting of Slabs
  • Defects in Billets & Blooms
  • Defects in Slabs
  • Combustion (Reheating Furnace)
  • Rolling Rolls
  • Rolling of Long Products
  • Defects in Wire Rod, Rebar, Bar & Shapes
  • Quenching & Self Tempering of Rebar, Stelmor Cooling of Wire Rod
  • Wire Drawing
  • Bar Drawing
  • Recycling of By-products
  • Combustion (Reheating Furnace)
  • Production of High Drawability Steelv
  • Production of High Carbon Steel
  • Production of Free Cutting Steel
  • Production of Welding Steels
  • Production of Spring Steels
  • Production of Cold Heading Steels
  • Production of Concrete Reinforcing Steel
  • Production of Steel for Shapes, Angles and Flats
  • Steelmaking for non-Steelmakers
  • Foundry Technology
  • Metallurgy of Ductile Iron
  • Metallography of Cast Iron and Cast Steel
  • Cupola Operation

These short courses have a standard duration of 16 hours. According to specific needs, the can be made longer or shorter. The programs are also modifiable according to needs. The standard courses are prepared for personnel with high school lever but can be modified to other levels upon request. Lectures have ample industrial experience.

For each course there is a set of notes including the slides to be used, and a CD ROM which includes the slides, as well as papers, book chapters, videos and simulations for each chapter.

Attendants carry out exercises to apply new concepts. An evaluation is carried out at the end of the course, based in ten questions with multiple choice answers.

There is a reference list of short courses lectured in different companies and associations.

Consult for course programs and quotation