Wednesday to Friday,
31 October to 2 November 2018
Email registration form to 
9am – 5pm
Closing Date:
One week before course date.
690 West Camp Road
#08-08 JTC Aviation Two
Seletar Aerospace Park
Singapore 797523
(Participants are required to cover any bank charges and taxes.)
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Max. no. of e-ATVs per employee: 1

About the Course:
eQuaLearn Heat Treating Training provides the Process Planners with the information necessary to improve their skills and competencies in the aerospace workforce.

This 3-day training program allows students to interface with eQuaLearn subject matter experts and gain valuable knowledge to take back to their companies.

Who Should Attend?
This course is primarily intended for individuals who are capable of selecting manufacturing processes and interpreting process procedures to conform to customer specifications and requirements. They are capable of problem solving and resolving day-to-day issues.

Course Content:
  • Heat treating metallurgy
  • Basic Pyrometry–TUS/SAT (AMS2750)
  • Specification interpretation
  • Testing and inspection
  • Raising shop floor paperwork
  • Problem solving and error proofing
  • Health and safety

Upon successful completion, participants will receive a certificate of attendance from PRI.

About the Instructor:

Mr Thomas M. Murphy, eQuaLearn Instructor, PRI
Thomas has more than 40 years of experience in Materials and Process Engineering and Aviation and Product Safety, with thorough knowledge of AMS specifications including AMS 2750, AMS 2770/2771/2772, AMS 2801 and the AMS 2759 series.

During his stint at Sikorsky, he was involved in the review and support of Supplier Quality audits of all of special process sources and Flight Safety Parts sources to United Technologies ASQR-01 (based on AS9100), and specific Sikorsky requirements. He participated in internal audits and annual Army and Navy audits of the Flight Safety Parts Programs.

Thomas was the United Technologies representative to the Nadcap Heat Treat Task Group from the early 1990’s (almost from the beginning of that Task Group) till his retirement in September 2012. He had worked on all of the current checklists and was one of the primary editors of the first version of the Pyrometry Handbook (originally Pyrometry for Dummies).

For the last 10 years as a Flight Safety Parts Program owner, he has personally trained over 150 Design, Process and Quality Engineers through initial and refresher workshops. He developed the course based on contract and regulatory requirements and prior audit findings and escapes. He had also participated in many of the recent Nadcap Heat Treat auditor conferences and had taught Business Math at the University of New Haven.

Over the years, Thomas had received three Nadcap recognition awards for services to the Heat Treat Task Group.

*Note: Course commencement is subject to minimum class size requirements.
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