Fall of 2017–Spring of 2018
September 19 & 20: Atlanta, GA
October 3 & 4: Charlotte, NC (Cancelled)
January 9 & 10: Dallas, TX
February 13 & 14:Tampa, FL
Having trouble finding, hiring and keeping qualified welders? You’re not alone, it is forecasted that over the next few years there will be a shortage of qualified welders:
“One of the areas in which there is undoubtedly a skill shortage now (and a bigger one looming) is welding; the average age of a welder is 55, and the country could be short as many as 291,000 of them by 2020, according to the American Welding Society.” Murphy, Cait, Is There Really a Skills Gap?
Please join us and a well-recognized name in the Welding industry, Scott A. Mazzulla, from Hobart Institute of Welding Technology as he addresses “Welders – who are they, where are they and how to find them”, a presentation that explores how to find qualified welding candidates and the hiring process. In addition to being the President and CEO of Hobart Institute of Welding Technology and Chairman of the Board of Directors and AWS Certified Welding Inspector, Mr. Mazzulla brings his knowledge of twenty-nine years of welding and twenty-three years of robot automation to Capital’s Welding Seminars.
OTC-Daihen will also be giving a presentation on “Welding and Spatter Reduction”, a very common occurrence in welding. OTC’s mobile truck unit will be available for demos and a hands-on welding experience.
Rob Thompson with Camtek Software will also be on-site, showcasing the latest in fixture design software technology and readily available to address any questions you may have. Mr. Thompson currently develops the OPTICAM NUCLEO Fixture Design product; he is also the President of Roboris Americas LLC which provides Robotic and Machine Tool verification and simulation tools with its Eureka application.
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