This is the London Branch Annual General Meeting and technical talk organised and hosted by the London Branch Committee.
Other members and non-members are very welcome to register for this talk.
Our talk will cover the history of welding from 1600 BC to the present day is presented described against its social, cultural, agricultural, military and industrial background.
Our speaker is Charles Barraclough.
Charlie Barraclough retired in 2015 from his consultancy business after a working life as a metallurgist and welding engineer. He started doing work experience at Erlangen University and Hoesch steelworks and obtained his degree in Metallurgy at Surrey University. He has a distinguished career with Redpath Dorman Long, WSAtkins and John Brown before establish his own consultancy business. He became a Chartered Engineer in 1981 became a Registered Welding Engineer in 1987 and has an MBA from Kingston Business School. and was a professional member of the Welding Institute, the Institute of Corrosion, a member of NACE and latterly a Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Mining and Minerals.
Downloadable poster can be found here.
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