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A unique educational partnership between INDA & NCSU
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Feb '08
A series of advanced courses designed to enhance the technical knowledge of industry professionals is being offered in a unique joint educational effort between INDA, Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, and North Carolina State University's (NCSU) Nonwovens Institute.

With all of the courses offering live demonstrations of various nonwovens processes, the week-long classes are aimed at professionals looking to advance their technical knowledge within specialized segments of the nonwovens industry. All courses are located at The Nonwovens Institute at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, N.C.

“The Nonwovens Institute has partnered with INDA to bring exemplary education to our industry,” says Behnam Pourdeyhimi, Associate Dean for Industry Research & Extension, Nonwovens Cooperative Research Center, The Nonwovens Institute. “Our goal is to promote a company's profitability by enhancing knowledge, skills and creative product development of its technical personnel. We encourage all companies and individuals to take advantage of these outstanding educational opportunities.”

Among the courses planned for 2008:
•Introduction to Nonwoven Products and Processing, March 3-6, 2008:
This entry-level course will help attendees learn the breadth of the industry, become familiar with industry terminology, discover the many end-uses of nonwoven fabrics, understand the manufacturing processes and examine markets and growth opportunities.


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