The online training courses and subjects are maintained and delivered by The Die Cast Training Network, as a service to the international Die Casting industry.
Regional support for this training is provided through our network of affiliates. They are able to provide additional services, including: helping participants and companies, issuing locally recognised certificates, conducting local workshops and providing additional benefits to their members.
Affiliates are organisations with which the Die Cast Training Network has an on-going or reciprocal relationship in regard to training courses and participants.
Associations and Training Service Providers
There are many associations who have members in the Die Casting industry who want to be able to offer enhanced training opportunities. The Die Cast Training Network is the ideal partner with which to work. We help associations implement a training program and at the same time minimise duplication and maximise resources. All our courses are modular, so they can be easily integrated into a range of existing programs.
Colleges and Institutes
Many educational institutions have teaching programs in areas which are akin to Die Casting such as light alloys, foundry studies, metallurgy, materials science, design and computer aided engineering. An affiliation with the Die Cast Training Network is therefore a benefit to both the institute and the students.
How to become an Affiliate
|The Australian Die Casting Association|
|The Die Casting Society of India
(An affiliate of the Indian Lead and Zinc Development Association)
|Cast Metals Federation (UK)|
|Institute of Cast Metals Engineers (UK)|
|Foundry Training Services Limited (UK)
(A subsidiary of the Institute of Cast Metals Engineers)
The organisations below have assisted The Die Cast Training Network to establish the online training programs.
|The CAST Cooperative Research Centre was a
collaboration between industry, universities and
research organisations whose objectives included new
business opportunities, improving productivity, reducing
environmental impacts and assisting companies to
maintain their global competitiveness.
The Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research
Many of these applications of science to the Die Casting