An Introduction To The Making And Rolling Of Steel Workshop
Steel Market Update's Steel 101 workshop in Houston, Texas on April 6-7, 2011 is customized according to what areas you want instruction on.
This workshop will explain and discuss the steel making process from raw materials to blast (or electric arc) furnace to the casting and rolling process. Our workshop will be the first of a series to be conducted as a joint venture between Steel Market Update and Iron Angels of Colorado, Inc. The goal of this workshop is to provide an easy introduction to the business, by taking our participants from raw materials through the steel making processes and to the various product groups, with plenty of time for questions and discussion.
The workshop is broken down into Raw materials, steelmaking, Rolling of plate – end of first section for everyone – then the program continues with flat rolled products and then on day two - long products (including structural steel) followed by pipe & tube.
You have the option of taking 1) the full course 2) raw materials, steelmaking, plate and flat rolled or, 3) raw materials, steelmaking, plate, long products (including structural steel) and pipe & tube. Click Here for the Full Program.
Pricing for each option is below:
$1200 per person - Includes all sessions. Wednesday has continental breakfast, lunch, continuous breaks, and cocktail/networking reception; Thursday includes continental breakfast and snack break.
$1000 per person - Includes Day One sessions One & Two (through discrete Plate) and the cocktail/networking reception Wednesday night. Then, you can choose Sessions Three on Day One (Flat products) or Sessions Four & Five on Day Two (Long products).
$100 Discount per person if their company is an SMU member.
$100 Discount per person for those companies who register and pay for three or more people at the same time.
$100 Discount per person for registering and paying for the conference by March 7, 2011.