Whatever the industry, there are always new people entering for the first time and the stainless steel industry is no different. However, the BSSA recognises that there is a continual need for training and education to increase and strengthen the knowledge base of the stainless steel industry. With this in mind the BSSA offers different courses and seminars throughout the year at a variety of different locations. Courses include the popular ‘Introduction to Stainless Steel’ which can be used as a stepping stone to the ‘Stainless Steel Specialist Course’. Other seminars include ‘Fabrication Seminar’ which provide a thorough introduction to stainless steel and good design, fabrication and workshop practice.
This newly extended course provides an overview of the types of stainless steel available, with emphasis on structure, properties and end uses. An important aim is to provide up-to-date information to help with the selection of the most appropriate grade(s). A comprehensive technical manual is provided for each delegate.
They are available throughout the year and are held at different locations. more++
Upcoming BSSA Introduction to Stainless Steel - 1 Day Course
The course aims to provide a grounding in the heat treatment regimes applied to common industrial metals and relates their properties to the microstructural changes induced by the treatments. more++
Upcoming Heat Treatment: Principles and Practice - 1 Day Course
This new course gives a grounding in the range of mechanical properties and associated metrics measured for metals together with detailed descriptions of the test methods and equipment used. more++
This is designed mainly for "in-house" use. Some companies may find that their training needs are not covered by the "standard" BSSA courses. Tailored training is a flexible method for meeting the specific needs of a company. Price is agreed on an individual basis. more++
The BSSA Stainless Steel Specialist Course was launched in 2002 with the aim of providing a recognised industry standard for knowledge of stainless steel. The course provides valuable information on all aspects of stainless steel, and is proven to improve companies and individuals performance and customer service levels. more++
Architecture, Building and Construction is an important and growing sector for stainless steel. Every year, the BSSA provides seminars for those interested in using stainless steel in building and construction. The RIBA approved programme, jointly developed with the Nickel Institute, comprises four individual modules covering all aspects of stainless steel including a basic introduction, design and fabrication, selecting and specifying surface finishes and the use of stainless steel as a structural material. more++
Stainless Steel Fabrication seminars are held on various topics and provide a thorough introduction to stainless steel and good design, fabrication and workshop practice. more++