Introduction to Lubricants

Introduction to Lubricants

A one day foundation course providing an overview of lubricants and the lubricant sector.

Course Outline

The origins of Lubricants
Base Oil Types
Additive Technology
Viscosity & Viscosity Classifications
Automotive Lubricants Classifications
Lubrication Fundamentals including Tribology
Who’s Who in the Lubricants Industry
Government Intervention
The Financial Landscape

Who should attend?

Individuals new to the industry or those returning to the sector working in non-managerial roles who would benefit from developing their knowledge of the core fundamentals underpinning lubricants and the lubricant sector. The course would suit administrators and assistants working in business support roles including finance, administration, sales, marketing, IT, HR and general office roles.

On completion of the course delegates can progress to the Certificate of Lubricant Competence.

Dates and venue
The course can be offered as an in-house company-specific course to be held at your workplace or individuals may prefer to attend one of our open modules held twice a year at UKLA House, Chesham.

Cost
The course is available to companies at the following costs:

In House training
Members:  £1250 plus vat for up to ten delegates. Additional delegates are charged at £100 each plus vat up to a maximum of 25 delegates.

Non Members: £1950 plus vat for up to ten delegates.  Additional delegates are charged at £125 each plus vat up to a maximum of 25 delegates.

Open Module Training
Members: £275 plus vat
Non Members:£355 plus vat

The next open module will be held on 25th October 2018

Trainer
The trainer will be Rod Pesch CChem MRSC. With over 48 years experience in the Oil Industry few people can be as well placed to lead this introduction to the industry.

For more information please call +44 1442 875922 or email secretariat@www.ukla.org.uk

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