Lucideon expands ceramic whitewares training
International materials technology company, Lucideon, has expanded its ceramic whitewares training with the introduction of Webinars
Lucideon, the international materials technology company, is now offering ceramic whitewares training webinars. The webinars are an expansion of their popular training courses given at the headquarters in Stoke-on-Trent or on-site.
The remote training courses are aimed at tableware, tile and sanitaryware manufacturers, as well as retailers and suppliers, and are customised for individual business needs. The courses can also follow pre-set training modules which cover a wide range of subjects, from materials selection and kiln firing, to forming processes and testing of ceramic materials and products.
Following interest from international companies who are seeking a more cost-effective way of receiving the benefits of the training, Lucideon decided to offer pre-set and tailored webinars to organisations around the world.
Nigel Leak, project leader, Ceramics at Lucideon, says: “This is a great opportunity for us to reach out to a more international audience with our ceramic whitewares training modules. The courses can accommodate everyone, regardless of their geographic location.
“One of our recent webinars saw us broadcasting to an organisation based in several different countries, in various locations, to reach their global workforce. The course brought colleagues from all over the globe together; no one had to travel any further than their place of work and they all attended the same course on the same day.”
Lucideon, formerly Ceram, was borne out of the British Ceramic Research Association (BCRA). The company has since expanded and offers testing, analysis and consultancy to a wide variety of industries including healthcare, construction, nuclear and aerospace and defence, but the company maintains strong ties with the ceramics industry in Stoke-on-Trent and beyond, in both traditional and advanced ceramics.