FTI's first Fastener Training Week class to take place 21-25 February 2022

The Fastener Training Institute has announced its first 2022 Fastener Training Week in-person training class is scheduled for 21-25 February. It is scheduled to take place at the Industrial Fasteners Institute (IFI) near Cleveland, OH. This advanced technical training program is offered in partnership with IFI and is for fastener distributors, manufacturers and end-users.

Fastener Training Week offers five intensive days of education and plant tours as part of the FTI Certified Fastener Specialistâ„¢ (CFS) advanced technical training program. After completing the training and passing a final exam, attendees are eligible for the Certified Fastener Specialistâ„¢ (CFS) designation.

Fastener Training Week covers topics such as manufacturing processes, consensus standards and quality control taught by leading industry experts Salim Brahimi, IFI Director of Engineering and Technology, and Laurence Claus of NNi Training and Consulting. Participants will also tour manufacturing, secondary processes and testing facilities.

The advanced technical program is a fit for professionals active in fastener sales, purchasing, manufacturing or quality assurance. Registration includes three full days and two half days of training, educational materials, continental breakfast and lunch, transportation for plant tours, certification of completion and eligibility for the CFS designation.

Class registration and more information is available at fastenertraining.org, with early-bird fees available until 7 February. In addition, a $500 discount is available for Pac-West, NFDA, IFI, MWFA, NCFA, SFA and AIM Prime members. Grants to attend the training are being offered by the Industrial Fasteners Institute.

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