2022 In-Person Training Seminars Now Open for Enrollment

We are pleased to announce our 2022 in-person training seminar schedule with all dates and locations. See our just released Q4 e-Newsletter to learn more:

We also have two remaining in-person training seminars coming up on our Butler, PA campus:

Fracture 2: Advanced Breakage Diagnosis of Glass Containers, Nov. 2-5

Evaluation and Lightweighting of Glass Container Designs, Nov. 16-17

Learn more about all of our training seminars in our Seminar Catalogue or register HERE.

New "Coatings for Containers - Purpose & Performance" live webinar

We are pleased to announce our latest live webinar in our "Spotlight On" seriers "Coatings for Containers - Purpose and Performance".  The first of the two, live 1 hour sessions will be conducted on Tuesday September 21 and the second on Thursday 23.  Both begin at 9:00 AM EDT/13:00 GMT/15:00 CEST. The two session will be recorded and attendees can replay at their convenience. Learn more or register HERE.


We are pleased to provide special combined training, on-demand, E-seminar/Webinar packages from our full catalogue. These combinations are only available for purchase during the months of July and August with special promotional pricing on three different bundles. Buy during the promotion and view them on your schedule later!

Signing up for any of our Bundles automatically qualifies you to join any of our live, interactive Q&A Sessions (via MS Teams) offered every Thursday at 9:00 EDT.

And as a special short-term summer offer you get our "Do's and Don'ts of weighting" webinar free (a $95 value) with any of the combination packages.

Learn more or register HERECONTACT US is you have any questions.

Announcing in-person pharmaceutical training in August

We are pleased to announce we will be conducting our “Testing and Fracture Diagnosis of Pharmaceutical Glassware” in-person 3-day training seminar August 17-19 on our Butler, PA campus. This course helps participants develop an understanding of the characteristics of glass as a packaging material and will introduce techniques for the evaluation of flaw severity as well as how to distinguish between functional and cosmetic defects. Learn more or register HERE.