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Discover the captivating world of metallurgy in this comprehensive course. Gain a deep understanding of metal properties, processing techniques, and testing methods. Explore the rich history of metalwork and learn about different types of metals and alloys. Develop essential skills for shaping and identifying metals.

Course Price:
Original price was: £194.00.Current price is: £19.99.
Course Duration:
6 hours, 15 minutes
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Metallurgy is a fascinating field that explores the history, properties, and processing of metals. In this comprehensive course, participants will embark on a journey through the world of metalwork and metallurgy, gaining a deep understanding of various aspects related to metals and alloys. The course begins by delving into the rich history of metalwork and metallurgy, tracing the evolution of metal usage throughout human civilization. Participants will learn about the ore and metallurgical processing methods employed in extracting and refining metals.

A key focus of the course is understanding the properties and characteristics of metals. Participants will explore the mechanical properties of metals, including strength, hardness, and ductility. They will gain insights into the composition and behavior of alloys, examining the different types and their applications in various industries. The course also addresses the critical aspect of corrosion resistance, exploring the factors that contribute to metal degradation and methods for preventing or mitigating corrosion. Participants will learn about different types of iron, steel, and nonferrous metals and alloys, understanding their unique properties, uses, and manufacturing processes.

Metalworking processes are a vital component of metallurgy, and participants will be introduced to various techniques used in shaping and forming metals. They will learn about common metal identification and testing methods, equipping them with the skills to identify and assess the quality and properties of metals.

By the end of this course, participants will have a comprehensive understanding of metallurgy, metals, and alloys. They will be equipped with knowledge about metal properties, processing methods, and testing techniques. Whether you are a student, engineer, or professional in the field of materials science, this course will provide valuable insights and enhance your understanding of metallurgy, opening doors to exciting career opportunities in metalwork and related industries.

What Will You Learn?

  • The fascinating history of metalwork and metallurgy.
  • The process of extracting and refining metals from ores.
  • The properties and characteristics of metals, including their mechanical properties and behavior as alloys.
  • Techniques to enhance the strength and corrosion resistance of metals.
  • Different types of iron, steel, and nonferrous metals and their applications.
  • Various metalworking processes for shaping and forming metals.
  • Methods for identifying and testing metals to assess their quality and properties.

Who Should Take The Course

  • Students or professionals in the field of materials science or engineering who want to deepen their understanding of metals and alloys.
  • Individuals interested in pursuing a career in metalwork, metallurgy, or related industries.
  • Engineers or technicians working with metals who want to expand their knowledge and skills.
  • Hobbyists or enthusiasts interested in learning more about the history, properties, and processing of metals.
  • Anyone seeking to enhance their understanding of metallurgy for personal or professional development.


  • No prior experience or knowledge in metallurgy is required.
  • Basic understanding of science and materials is beneficial but not mandatory.
  • Access to a computer or mobile device with internet connectivity.
  • Willingness to engage in theoretical learning and practical exercises.
  • Openness to explore and experiment with different metallurgical concepts and techniques.
  • Time commitment to complete the course materials and assignments.

Course Curriculum

    • History of Metalwork and Metallurgy 00:35:00
    • Ore and Metallurgical Processing Metallurgy 00:30:00
    • Metal Properties and Alloys 00:35:00
    • Mechanical Properties of Metals 00:30:00
    • Strength in Metals 00:25:00
    • Corrosion Resistance 00:40:00
    • Types of Iron (Ferrous Metals) 00:35:00
    • Types of Steel (Another Ferrous Metal) 00:35:00
    • Nonferrous Metals and Alloys 00:30:00
    • Metalworking Processes 00:30:00
    • Metal Identification and Testing Methods   00:45:00
    • Order Certificate 00:05:00

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