Training and development is an important factor in achieving sustained success in any business. At Lucideon, we know that developing your team by integrating industry knowledge and learning into everyday practice can be a powerful tool.
We provide professional training developed and delivered by our own experts who have a wealth of industry and practical experience. The training courses are built on the foundations of our extensive sector knowledge and will allow you to enhance your practical skills and industry expertise.
Benefits of Lucideon training include:
Lucideon offers complete flexibility in its training, with packages that can be customized to suit your business needs.
Our standard one day modules, as detailed in the schedule below, take place at our headquarters in Stoke on Trent, U.K and can also be delivered at your site or by webinar.
Click on the training module below that you would like to learn more about.
|Subject Area||Date||Module||Module Name|
|Ceramic Whitewares||Wednesday 30 January||L1||Understanding Ceramics|
|Wednesday 20 February||L2||Materials Selection|
|Tuesday 26 February & Wednesday 27 February||L3||Casting Slip School (2 day course)|
|Wednesday 20 March||L4||Drying|
|Wednesday 27 March||L5||Kiln Firing|
|Wednesday 10 April||L6||Plaster Moulds|
|Wednesday 15 May||L7||Forming Processes|
|Wednesday 22 May||L8||Glaze and Glaze Applications|
|Wednesday 12 June||L9||Testing of Ceramic Materials and Products|
|Wednesday 26 June||L10||Introduction to Ceramic Tableware & Giftware for the Retail Sector|
|Wednesday 17 July||L12||Pressure Casting|
|Tuesday 20 August||L11||Tableware Manufacture|
|Wednesday 16 October||L16||Introduction to Grinding and Milling|
|Wednesday 30 October||L17||Decoration & Decoration Processes for Ceramics and Glass|
|Wednesday 13 November||L18||Introduction to Everyday Ceramic Calculations|
|Wednesday 27 November||L19||Spray Drying|
|Wednesday 11 December||L20||Rheology - Fluid Properties Control in Ceramics|
|Refractories||Tuesday 7 May||R1||Refractory Materials and Application Areas|
|Wednesday 8 May||R2||Understanding Refractory Properties & Links to Performance|
|Thursday 9 May||R3||Troubleshooting|
|Tuesday 18 June||R4||Refractory Design 101|
|Wednesday 19 June||R5||QC During Refractory Installation|
|Wednesday 9 October & Thursday 10 October||R6||Refractories for the Glass Industry (2 day course)|
To find out more about the training courses, please contact Caroline Mullington, Technology Partnership Manager on +44 (0)1782 764422 or email@example.com