Training courses in adhesive bonding technology for the wind energy industry

The big challenge of adhesive bonding in the wind energy industry is to join large components such that they can withstand the harshest of conditions for many years. Ever more companies that manufacture wind turbines are using adhesive bonding. The use of adhesive bonding as a joining technique has advantages that allow industrial users to meet today's high requirements on wind turbines. Workforce training is, however, vital in order realize high production quality. Current and future cross-sector standards demand comprehensive training in adhesive bonding technology for adhesive users in the wind energy industry.

Training courses in adhesive bonding technology at Fraunhofer IFAM


European Adhesive Bonder

This one week course trains participants to independently and effectively manufacture bonded joints.


European Adhesive Specialist

This three week course (3x one week) gives a detailed insight into adhesive bonding technology and teaches participants how to draw up work instructions and how to guarantee quality assurance in production.


European Adhesive Engineer

The European Adhesive Engineer course has a duration of eight weeks (8x one week) and gives participants a comprehensive knowledge of adhesive bonding technology and qualifies participants to responsibly manage all matters associated with adhesive bonding, from product development to production and repair.


Refresher courses in adhesive bonding technology

The refresher courses are directed at former course participants who want to refresh their knowledge of adhesive bonding technology and learn about the latest developments.


In-company / in-house courses

For companies who wish to train a larger number of their employees at the same time, there is the option of holding courses at your company.


Bremen Bonding Days

The Bremen Bonding Days (Bremer Klebtage) are an opportunity for training course alumni to exchange experiences and to learn about specific topics in greater detail than covered in the training courses.