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23-26 October 2018, Cary, NC, and Raleigh, NC

INDA’s Intermediate Nonwovens Training Course

The course includes the fundamental chemical and physical make up of nonwovens. © INDADesigned for industry professionals with nonwovens experience or a technical background, this new 3.5-day course is a bridge between INDA’s Elementary Nonwovens Training Course and the Advanced Courses of the Professional Development Series. Attendees will learn how to select the correct technology to meet product performance and attribute requirements.

The course includes the fundamental chemical and physical make up of nonwovens, the properties of materials used in making them, and the manufacturing processes used to produce them.

The curriculum includes demonstrations of processes at The Nonwovens Institute on the campus of NC State University, at their state-of-the-art pilot lines and analytical characterization labs. Both INDA and NWI instructors will lead the class, with select guest speakers contributing to educational content.

A Bachelor of Science degree in engineering, textiles, or five years of relevant experience in nonwovens is recommended. This educational course is aimed at making professionals and their organisations more successful by providing:

  • Advanced nonwovens knowledge
  • In-depth understanding of processes, technologies, chemistries, and raw materials
  • Expanded business options for branded and private label products
  • Enhanced professional and personal growth

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