Three AFS Institute courses coming to Detroit

The Institute and AFS Detroit-Windsor Chapter are pleased to offer a variety of training programs in Detroit in March and April.

The first course scheduled for March 4-5 is the new and popular Improving the Effectiveness of Visual Inspection by quality inspection expert Ted Schorn. This course provides you with the information needed to understand the factors of influence on the human task of visual inspection, permitting true quality engineering of this critical operation. The course includes a copy of Ted’s recent book, also titled “Improving the Effectiveness of Visual Inspection”.

Green Sand Molding 201 will be held on March 18-19. This course provides participants with the next level of knowledge related to the sand molding processes used within green sand foundries.

The third course, Introduction to Metalcasting is scheduled for April 8-9. This introductory course covers the process of metalcasting. It provides a broad picture of what happens in a casting production facility, while illustrating the technology, variables and complexity involved in producing a casting. This course fills up quickly, so register today!

Questions about any of these courses? Contact Clarence Trowbridge, Institute, VP of Education & Workforce Development,