Events and training

Our events and training provide glass-focussed insight and expertise for the whole industry supply chain. Most are open to non-members as well as members.

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You’ll also find information on this page about other events that might be of interest to the glass industry. (Please be aware that British Glass doesn’t necessarily endorse the third party events listed here.) If you’d like to see your event listed here please email prcomms@britglass.co.uk

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Courses to order

This one-day course can be tailored to suit your organisation and delivered at a location of your choosing. Glass appreciation indroduces delegates to glass processes, products and benefits – enabling them to understand this fascinating material better and work with it more effectively.

, Sheffield

Our popular one-day glass appreciation as an open event. Glass appreciation introduces delegates to glass processes, products and benefits – enabling them to understand this fascinating material better and work with it more effectively.

- , Sheffield

The two-day ‘Glass failure analysis’ technical course includes an introduction to glass strength, understanding and interpreting fracture markings, recognising fracture patterns, identification of failure origins and an analytical approach to understanding the mode of failure, weakening features and primary and secondary causes of product failure. 

, Sheffield

Our popular one-day glass appreciation as an open event. Glass appreciation introduces delegates to glass processes, products and benefits – enabling them to understand this fascinating material better and work with it more effectively.

- , Sheffield

The two-day ‘Glass failure analysis’ technical course includes an introduction to glass strength, understanding and interpreting fracture markings, recognising fracture patterns, identification of failure origins and an analytical approach to understanding the mode of failure, weakening features and primary and secondary causes of product failure.