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Progressive training course for leather industry by SATRA-Leather Wise
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Mar '09
SATRA and Leather Wise will jointly deliver intensive leather training on three separate dates this year, the first of which will be held on 18th and 19th March in Northamptonshire.

Delegates will gain in-depth knowledge of leather during the two day course by learning about selection and use, as well as understanding and production.

This practical course is aimed at manufacturers, sourcing companies and retailers of all types of footwear, leather goods, garments, accessories and upholstery - ideal for newly appointed as well as more experienced technologists and buyers.

Topics will include, chemical testing and environmental issues, sourcing from farm to tanner, introduction to the leather process, selection, grading and measurement, physical testing and colour fastness.

The first day will be hosted by Leather Wise in Northampton and the second day by SATRA at Wyndham Way in Kettering. Experts from both organisations will be available on both days for combined discussions and questions.

This fresh approach to training demonstrates the commitment by SATRA to provide progressive training courses for the industry.

Training courses will take place on the following dates:
18th and 19th March, 17th and 18th June, 21st and 22nd October

SATRA Technology Centre


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