AESF Foundation Training at SUR/FIN

"Electroplating and Surface Finishing" and "Environmental Stewardship" at SUR/FIN, June 11-14 in Las Vegas

 

The AESF Foundation will offer training courses in "Electroplating and Surface Finishing" and "Environmental Stewardship" at the NASF SUR/FIN conference, June 11-14 in Las Vegas, NV.

 

Platers can choose to participate in the "Electroplating and Surface Finishing," or can satisfy Master Surface Finisher optional curriculum requirements with "Environmental Stewardship," which consists of Wastewater Treatment and Pollution Prevention. 
 
All course participants will receive complimentary show floor passes. Lunch is provided during exhibit hours as well.
 
The Environmental Stewardship course consists of 10 lessons. Students successfully completing the exam will be given credit towards the AESF Master Surface Finishers (MSF) certification. While it is not necessary to take any AESF course to be eligible to sit for the respective exam that could lead to becoming a Master Surface Finisher (MSF), this course covers one of the optional subject areas for qualifying to obtain MSF certification.
 
The Electroplating and Surface Finishing course consists of 22 lessons. Students successfully completing the exam will be awarded a “CEF” (Certified Electroplater-Finisher) certificate, which is a requirement to obtain the AESF Foundation Master Surface Finisher (MSF) certification. While it is not necessary to take any AESF course to be eligible to sit for the respective exam that could lead to becoming a Master Surface Finisher this course covers one of the subject areas for qualifying to obtain MSF certification.
 
Download the course catalogue or the course registration form or contact Luke Zorich at 202-457-8401, or Lzorich@nasf.org for more information. You may also fax your registration form to 202-530-0659.