A team of Vocational Education and Training teachers attended the WarsawMetaltech Fair in Warsaw.

2024/01/31 18:29:00 GMT+2
A VET teaching group of IMH Campus Integrated Centre has been analysing industry trends and sharing experiences with the Technical University of Krakow at the WarsawMetaltech Fair in Warsaw.

In an attempt to stay at the forefront of the latest innovations in the metalworking industry, IMH vocational teachers recently visited Poland. There they participated in the WarsawMetaltech trade fair in Warsaw and visited the University of Krakow.


WarsawMetaltech is an important meeting point for Polish manufacturers and distributors in the field of machinery and tools. They offered a unique platform to discuss the latest technologies.


During the visit, the teachers had the opportunity to discuss decisive relationships with different manufacturers and distributors, opening up new perspectives for future academic and industrial collaborations.


They also had the opportunity to visit the Technical University of Krakow, where they explored metrology and special machining. They also had the opportunity to delve into topics such as electrochemical machining (ECM), additive manufacturing and micromachining. This allowed them to see emerging technologies in the metalworking industry in practice.


The experience gained will contribute to the technical training of the IMH's vocational students and to the continuous development of the academic programme.


In summary, his active participation in the Technical University of Krakow and the WarsawMetaltech fair, in addition to strengthening his links with industry, has enriched his academic experience and provided him with valuable insight into the latest trends and technologies in the world of metallurgy.


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