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Cook Composites announces training schedule

Cook Composites and Polymers released its 2010 CCP U schedule.

CCP U is a series of composites training events held at CCP's Technology Center in North Kansas City, Mo. Instructors include members of CCP's technical service group and guest composites industry professionals with years of experience in composite materials, application equipment and manufacturing processes.

For 2010, several new courses are being offered, including: "Composites in Wind Energy," "Advanced Composites Materials," "Composites Production Management" and "Architectural Composites."

Each topic will provide brief classroom sessions with extended hands-on workshops intended to offer practical tips and techniques for better quality parts.

Click here for the full schedule and registration information.

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