Andover, Kan. – Knowing how to properly apply the latest aerospace coatings plays a major role in the longevity and performance of any aircraft paint job. As a result, all paint shop personnel - from the newest technicians to the most seasoned supervisors - will benefit from Sherwin-Williams Aerospace Coatings 2010 Training Program. Classes offered in the coming months will include learning about new products, new application techniques and steps to increase shop productivity.
During the two-day sessions held at Sherwin-Williams’ state-of-the-art Customer Service and Training Center in Andover (Wichita) Kan., participants will learn about the latest industry developments and products in the following areas: Surface pretreatment, Primer and primer-surfacer systems, Top Coats, Jet Glo®, Jet Glo Express™, Acry Glo®, Acry Glo® HS, and JetFlex®.
The two-day training sessions will be held on April 13-14, June 15-16, Sept. 14-15 and Nov. 16-17, 2010 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily. A per-person registration fee of $150 covers: classroom and hands-on training with expert instructors; a training book and related materials; provided safety equipment; catered lunch each day; and certified training certificate. “Our two-day training programs are the best way to acquaint new technicians with our products and techniques and also give seasoned professionals time to refresh and refine their skill sets in an actual shop setting,” said Julie Voisin, Sherwin-William Aerospace Marketing Manager. “Participants will leave with new ideas to help them create the best paint jobs possible back at their own shops, on every plane, every time.”
The training center is equipped with most every type of spray equipment, including electrostatic guns. Attendees, however, may bring their own spray equipment if they prefer. For information on the 2010 Training Program or other Sherwin-Williams Aerospace Coatings, call 1-888-888-5593 or visit www.swaerospace.com