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CCAI Presents "Basics of Powder Coating" in Spanish on April 16 in Miami

Conceptos Básicos de Pintura en Polvo en Español, to be held on Tuesday, April 16 at the American Welding Society Headquarters Conference Center in Miami, FL.
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The Chemical Coaters Association International will hold a one day seminar, Conceptos Básicos de Pintura en Polvo en Español, to be held on Tuesday, April 16 at the American Welding Society Headquarters Conference Center in Miami, FL.

 

Launched at FABTECH 2012 in Las Vegas, the seminar garnered very high marks from attendees.

 

“We believe there is a need to provide educational training services to Spanish-speaking employees around the country,” notes CCAI Executive Director Anne Goyer. “The level of interest and great evaluations we received when we held the seminar at FABTECH is an indication that providing educational opportunities in Spanish will help improve finishing processes. Our speakers are experts in powder coating, pretreatment, application equipment, systems and curing. The seminar will cover all of these areas and provide a chance for attendees to get questions answered, solve problems and gain a better understanding of the powder coating process.” 

 

The seminar will begin at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, April 16 and will conclude at approximately 2:30 p.m. A continental breakfast, refreshment breaks and lunch will be included. Cost to attend the seminar will be $49 for CCAI members and $69 for non-members.

 

Each attendee will receive a copy of CCAI’s Spanish Powder Coating training manual. To view the brochure, obtain hotel information and to register, visit www.ccaiweb.com and click on Conceptos Básicos de Pintura en Polvo en Español.

 

Additionally, CCAI is planning to offer a variety of sessions in Spanish at FABTECH Mexico to be held at Cintermex in Monterrey, Mexico from May 7 – 10, 2013 as well as launch our first chapter in Mexico. Visit www.ccaiweb.com for complete details.

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