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Elementary Nonwovens Training Course for Non-technical people
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Jul '08
INDA - Association of Non Woven Fabrics Industry to scheduled the Elementary Nonwovens Training Course especially for the Non-technical people which will be held on September 22-23, 2008 at N. Schlumberger USA, Fort Mill, SC.

Nonwovens in Layman's Terms
So, you're new to nonwovens. And, you need the very basics to understand your company's products and the marketplace. This course is for you. The training is presented in layman's terms...simple, clear and concise.

Designed for Non-technical People
In this very basic course, you will Learn how to recognize nonwovens:
• Appreciate the diversity of nonwovens
• Learn how to talk intelligently about nonwovens
• Understand the production methods; their attributes/differences
• Examine the value of finishes
• Discover world trends & forecasts

Get the Very Basics!
See and learn about nonwoven production methods; similarities & differences:
• Needlepunch
• Chemically Bonded
• Thermal Bonded
• Spunlaced
• Airlaid
• Wetlaid
• Spunbonded
• Meltblown

End-product Examples for the Entire Industry
See, feel and examine end products that use nonwovens:
• Wipes
• Healthcare
• Personal Care
• Diapers
• Home Furnishings
• Ground Covers
• Protective Clothing
• Automotive

Who Should Attend?
Everyone in non-technical positions. Examples:
• Human Resources
• Business Development
• Marketing/Sales
• CEOs
• Division Management
• Accountants
• Admin Staff

Special Bonuses
• Nonwovens Handbook
• Course Notebook
• Sample fabrics
• DVD

INDA - Association of Non Woven Fabrics Industry


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