When Fabtech arrives in Las Vegas Nov. 12-14, the scheduled educational sessions will be expanded to add new topics.

The lineup will feature more than 100 educational sessions.

Fabtech is expected to attract more than 25,000 manufacturers to the Las Vegas Convention Center to view 1,100 exhibits, including live equipment demonstrations covering more than 400,000 net square feet of floor space.  Simultaneously, the education program features technical, operational, economic and managerial sessions.

“This year’s lineup will be like no other,” said John Catalano, the show’s co-manager.  “We have added more than 50 new sessions, including presentations in Spanish, and expanded our welding, management and lean manufacturing tracks. From process, design and production engineers to plant managers, job shop owners and corporate management, Fabtech’s education program provides a valuable learning experience to benefit every member of your team.”

Several new special events have been added to the program such as a workshop on lean manufacturing for managers that will be offered Nov. 11. There will also be a panel discussion with Washington, D.C., government relations experts on how the presidential and congressional election results will impact U.S. manufacturing. A special roundtable with five manufacturing CEOs on “The State of the Industry: Manufacturers’ Executive Outlook” will also take place, as well as various new product presentations taking place daily in the Fabtech theaters.

A schedule of educational sessions, pricing information and registration is available on the Fabtech 2012 website. For more information, visit www.fabtechexpo.com