Titania, specializing in aeronautical materials and processes, just finished this week the last two editions of its course on Incoming inspection of aerospace materials, namely the ninth and the tenth edition. It is a course aimed at companies that are part of the auxiliary industry and are interested in receiving training on testing applicable to the technical reception of materials used in the aeronautical sector. Specifically, this course is aimed at trainees of Airbus Defense and Space subcontractors.

It is a two-day classroom course taught by Titania‘s specialized team. The first day is dedicated to the guidelines of reception and testing of metallic materials: raw and fasteners. The second and final day covers the technical reception of non-metallic materials including sealants, paints, and composites.

Titania has been responsible for organizing this course since 2008 when Construcciones Aeronáuticas S.A. transferred responsibility for purchasing materials to the subcontracting chain and proposed the Andalusian company to be responsible for managing it directly because from that moment on subcontractors would have to be certified as reception inspectors.

“La organización de este curso refleja el compromiso de Titania con la formación especializada en el sector aeronáutico.”
Many companies that have participated in the ten editions of this course: the Tier-One Spanish Alestis Aerospace, Aciturri and Aernnova; Aerotecnic, LTK, Airgrup, Carbures, Indaero and Gazc, to name a few. International companies like CTRM, Caetano, Avianca and Qantas have also taken this course about Receiving Technical Aerospace Materials. Promoting the course between companies in the sector has been the responsibility of the subsidized training company FORGADES.

The organization of this course reflects the commitment of Titania to specialized training in the aeronautical sector.