3 September 2019
Stramit's first webinar has now finished – thank you to everyone who attended and helped make this successful.
If you missed out on this one, stay tuned as we will be announcing more topics very soon. If you have any questions about Corrosion and Metal Building Products, you can email the team on email@example.com.
We're excited to kick off the new series on 18 September 2019, starting with Corrosion and Metal Building Products.
We've chosen this topic because it's so important for anyone working with metal building products – not just for Australians living on the nation’s expansive coastline, but everyone, everywhere.
The new webinar format will help our Technical Services team reach every corner of the country – something Diana Mutis, presenter of the first webinar session, is looking forward to.
"We are very excited to launch our new webinar series, as it helps us share important information with a new audience," she said.
"It's also a great way to offer more flexibility to those who currently attend our training sessions."
"We hope to be able to share new and innovative solutions, giving people a chance to learn something new and to earn CPD (Continuing Professional Development) points, regardless of where they live and work."
Registrations are now open, and if you can't attend this one don't worry. There'll be plenty of opportunities throughout the rest of the series, and we hope to make recordings available to those unable to attend live.
If you'd like to learn more about the upcoming webinar, or about the Metal Masterclass series, you can email the Technical Services team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also catch the team in person at Equinox Evolution in Sydney in September.
Register here to join us as we kick off the Metal Masterclass series with Corrosion and Metal Building Products.
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