STLE Education - Onsite Courses
Annual Meeting Courses
STLE's Annual Meeting Courses are designed for those looking to get in-depth information on a topic. These full one-day courses are only held once a year during the STLE Annual Meeting & Exhibition. Courses cover industry hot topics and vary from year-to-year.
Metalworking Fluid Management Program
STLE’s Metalworking Fluid Management Program is a 2-1/2 day education program (typically held in February or March of each year) that offers a comprehensive overview of the latest fluid management best practices and techniques that will improve your metalworking operations. At the end of the program, students will be awarded a certificate of completion.
Foundations of Lubrication Engineering Course
STLE’s Foundations of Lubrication Engineering Course is a one-day course that offers continuing education to industry professionals looking to expand their technical knowledge in the field of lubrication. Topics generally covered in the course include base oils, additives, friction and tribology, grease, hydraulics, gears, and bearings.
This one-day tribology education course aims to focus on the multidisciplinary nature of tribology and provides in-depth knowledge on the linkage of friction, wear and lubrication to the traditional scientific disciplines. Suitable for those new to the field of tribology with a background in material science, mechanical engineering, chemistry, physics, or related disciplines and those who wish to gain a broad understanding on tribology.
ELGI & STLE Tribology Education Course