Advint Incorporated

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Electroplating Industry Training Course

Advint offers the most comprehensive, cost-effective, online electroplating industry training course anywhere in the world on plating and conversion coatings.

Our electroplating industry training courses are prepared for research, engineering, and manufacturing staff. No matter the nature of your application, you will find valuable in-depth education to bring the efficiency and performance of your operations to an extra level.

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Corporate Training

We offer custom online or in-person training for aerospace and automotive corporate staff.

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Course Summary

  • Individuals can understand fundamentals, industrial applications, and pick up recommended practices for advancement. 

  • You can learn simple and intricate concepts on electrolytic, electroless and conversion coatings. 


  • Intermediate chemistry knowledge

  • 2 - 5 years of plating experience

Unique Value

  • An opportunity for questions and having discussions in class from the comfort of your home or office.

  • Attendees of our electroplating industry training will receive free access to our eBook, which covers the course contents.

Course Content




Electrochemistry - Basics

  • Atoms & molecules
  • Inorganic & organic chemistry
  • Electrolysis, electrode potential, ionization, Faraday’s Laws, Nernst Equation, and Tafel’s Equation.

The module will cover the fundamentals of chemistry.

It will simplify the most important electrochemical concepts of industrial electrolysis.

Electroplating - Concepts

  • Current efficiency, covering & throwing power
  • 5 critical electroplating variables
  • Ohm’s Law and programmable logic controller (PLC).
  • Cleaning, activation, water and wastewater treatment systems

You will learn important electroplating mechanisms.

Learn real life accessories required to master practical deposition and coating applications.

Analyses – Electrolyte & Deposit

  • Volumetric & Instrumental analyses
  • Hull cell, spot tests & thickness measurement methods
  • Microstructure and metallography
  • Corrosion and tribology applications and testing.
This module will cover the highlights of several electrolytes and deposit testing techniques.

Applications – Electrolytic, Electroless & Immersion

  • Electroplating processes – zinc, nickel, chromium, copper, and precious metals (gold and silver)
  • Chromate conversion coatings and plating on aluminum
  • Electroless plating processes—nickel phosphorous and nickel boron
This module builds on the previous learning and deals with the specifics of a process, formulation, control and maintenance.

Process Development & Control Methods

  • TQM, Lean, and Statistical Process Control
  • Automation & innovative technology

Planning, organizing, decision making, and control are important for an organization to create a surplus.

This module helps leverage the learning from other modules and maximize effectiveness.

Course Fee: $250 CAD per person (fee includes local taxes) Currency conversion

North American Session

Asian & Middle East Session

Dates:  April 5, 6 & 7

Dates: April 12, 13 & 14

Time: 10:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m. ET

         7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. PT

Time:     8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. IST

               3:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. GMT

              7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. GST



Deadlines to Register

March 31, 2021

March 31, 2021

We offer the course to individuals and corporate employees.

We release new course sessions monthly. If the schedule doesn’t meet your needs, please visit this page monthly. 

If you prefer a different schedule, please email us. We happily consider unique schedule requests.

Additional References

Electroplating Ebook Contents

Electroplating Course Syllabus

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