28. September 2015 | Research & Development

Edana launches ‘Nonwovens Learning Cycle’

Following a review to better meet both company and individual demands for education and knowledge, EDANA has partnered with CETI to deliver courses across four stages.

Each stage of training or support has been developed to deliver specific education to the individual, in a manner that can easily be taken back to their company, and used immediately in their role within their business.

“Our member companies and the broader nonwovens and related industries tell us that they consider education to be a journey, rather than a destination” said Pierre Wiertz, General Manager of EDANA. “To support their training and development needs, we have overhauled our training programme, while maintaining those elements that have proved most popular with both new entrants to the industry, and those longer-serving professionals, that are looking for additional support or interaction.”

The ‘Nonwovens Learning Cycle’ includes an opportunity for guided development, with a personal approach to the development of a specific technology or product, guided by an external technical expert. The advanced courses and guided development capitalize on CETI’s pilot lines, which offer the most complete and versatile combinations of nonwoven web-making and web-bonding in the world.

Details of the new educational opportunities together with the 2015-2016 calendar of dates is available from EDANA at http://www.edana.org/education-events/training-courses.

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