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Monday 1/7 to Thursday 01/10

Kraft Recovery Operations Course -St. Petersburg, Florida, open

One of TAPPI's highest rated, longest running events! You'll learn ways to improve pulp production efficiency, minimize operating costs and reduce environmental impact. This course is designed for pulp mill operations personnel.

Monday 1/7 to Thursday 01/10

Introduction to Pulp and Paper Technology Course-St. Petersburg, Florida, open

This training event is among the highest rated of all TAPPI courses! Offers introductory- and intermediate-level content covering technology, including “what” happens, and “why” things happen.  This course provides the foundation for learning advanced topics more quickly. Learn from one of the most well-known and enthusiastic instructors, Dr. Michael Kocurek.

Thursday 1/17 to Friday 01/18

Coating & Lamination in Packaging Applications-University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, open

Learn coating and lamination fundamentals and apply your knowledge in operations and quality control.

Friday 1/18 to Monday 01/21

TAPPI/PIMA Student Summit 2019-Kalamazoo, Michigan, open

The TAPPI/PIMA Student Summit is an annual event designed for students interested in the pulp, paper, packaging and allied industries. It offers direct interaction with industry leaders as well as the opportunity to gain valuable information about employment and career development within their field.

Monday 1/28 to Tuesday 01/29

Work Management Planning and Scheduling-Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, open

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Tuesday 2/5 to Thursday 02/7

Direct Print:Intro to Flexography and Print Assessment Course-Renton, Washington, USA, open

This course focuses on the basics of flexography and its five core variables: Anilox, Paper, Plates, Ink and Machine. Participants will gain an understanding of press set up, print assessment, target evaluation, ink management and housekeeping, as well as troubleshooting print issues.

Advanced Bonding: An In-depth Look at the Bonding Process

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

This course will help students increase their understanding of the corrugated bonding process including factors and variables that impact bond performance, determining proper bonding settings, glue line analysis, combined board caliber and process centerlining as well as identifying the causes of warp and how to correct warp with coated liners.

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Hands-On Paper Making Course - Sept 2019

Thursday, September 5, 2019

Learn papermaking basics and operate the a Fourdrinier pilot paper machine guided by University of Wisconsin experts!

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Tissue 202: Converting Operations

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

This training explores the converting processes of rolled products and how the quality and variability of tissue parent jumbo reels and soft rolls impact the runnability of these complex lines.

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