EDANA and CETI partner to deliver The Nonwovens Learning Cycle

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.

The four stages are:

  • Nonwovens Introduction: Provides an introduction to the world of nonwovens, with a virtual classroom experience covering manufacturing technologies, materials and applications. 
  • Intermediate Course: Covers in-depth information over three days, including the full range of manufacturing technologies and raw materials. The course is illustrated by a tour of the CETI facilities, showing nearly all manufacturing technologies. 
  • Advanced Courses: Presents additional information to those participants who have attended the Intermediate Course, with a focus on understanding the various production parameters in nonwovens manufacturing and how they can be used to modify product properties. 
  • Guided Development: Focuses on innovation and product development covering the full product development cycle. Participants will work with a software package supporting the innovation process, and are encouraged to bring their own questions and challenges for response.

The first Advanced Course on Carding will take place 20-21 October 2015 at CETI in France.