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NASF Online Course: Electroplating & Surface Finishing


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NASF/AESF has announced a two-part web-based Electroplating & Surface Finishing Parts course. The course will run throughout September and November on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Noon – 2 p.m. EST. 

Webinar Dates: 

  • Part-1: September 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29
  • Part-2: November 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24

The course will cover:

  • Chemistry
  • Electricity
  • Electrochemistry
  • Metallic Corrosion
  • Part Fabrication
  • Barrel, Rack, and Other Plating Methods
  • Hull Cell and Other Test Cells
  • Rising
  • Filtration & Purification of Surface Finishing Solutions
  • Preparing Metals for Plating
  • Testing of Plated Deposits
  • Zinc Plating
  • Chromates, Phosphates & Black Oxide
  • Copper Plating
  • Nickel Plating
  • Chromium Plating
  • Precious Metals Part-1: Silver, Palladium, Ruthenium
  • Precious Metals Part-2: Gold, Platinum, Rhodium
  • Alloy Plating
  • Electroless Nickel Plating
  • Anodizing

NASF says the web-based training program is beneficial for operators and supervisors of job shop and captive shops applying a broad range of surface finishes on a variety of substrates. The course is also beneficial to sales personnel serving the metal finishing industry.

The Electroplating & Surface Finishing Parts course presents a broad range of information related to the fundamentals of electroplating, and methods of preparing parts for various surface finishing processes. NASF/AESF says that at the conclusion of the course, students should be prepared to take the Certified Electro-Finisher (CEF) exam. If the student receives a 70% or higher on the exam, they will receive one credit towards the Master Surface Finisher (MSF) designation and will be awarded the CEF designation — the world’s most respected and most widely recognized designation for finishing professionals.

Learn more about the course here.


This update is courtesy of the National Association for Surface Finishing (NASF). For more information or to become a member, visit nasf.org.

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