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Clive Clemens ICME- Industrial Mentor/Academic

After 51 years in the industry Clive took retirement and now uses his knowledge and expertise to train future casting and metallurgists within the industry.

Clive is M&Cs Independent Industrial Mentor and Academic for delivery of their Mentoring Training Programme.  His experience in training students started back in 2015 when he was asked to take part as a guest speaker for a one-day metallurgy course.  During 2016/17 Clive was a tutor for EAL Level 3 Foundry Technology Diploma for which it was necessary for him to gain a teaching diploma to deliver this course.

Qualifications 

Teaching Diploma, C&G Foundry Practices, ONC Metallurgy, Science, COSHH Awareness, ISO 9000 Internal Auditor, BCIRA - Melting & Production of High Duty Irons, BCIRA - Electric Melting & Holding.

Achievements

Awarded the Oliver Stubbs Medal 2017

Professional Bodies 

Clive is a member of ICME and past branch president (1999).

Quality Control Experience

As a shift supervisor at NEI Parsons, who at that time were a Meehanite licensed foundry and had a world-class quality control system, provided Clive with invaluable knowledge and understanding of quality systems.

Previous Experience

After achieving apprenticeships in a Laboratory, Clive continued his career and branched out into mechanical testing, sand testing and NDT departments.  Here was the start of Clive acquiring knowledge as to the metallurgy, methods and production of these materials, which led him to study Metallurgy.

He had always been interested in computing and had often built his own PC.  His previous company was looking for a fully integrated database system and Clive was offered the opportunity as IT Manager to install a network and create a bespoke database for them. 

After increasing foreign competition, this company transferred its larger cast iron work to a new foundry and Clive became their Case Iron foundry manager.  The foundry carried out methoding shop floor quality and gaining ISO 9000 approval for the new cast iron business; but the real challenge was producing cast iron from direct arc furnaces.

During Clive's career he has undertaken a variety of roles and responsibilities from foundry manager to a year later becoming General Manager and from a metals manager to a methods engineer.