Tuesday, May 22, and Friday, May 23
10:30 a.m. CT
Helping you succeed in a complex field
If you don’t have a packaging degree. Or if you need more knowledge to deliver solutions drawn from an increasingly complex number of options. Then IoPP's Fundamentals of Packaging Technology course helps span the gap. It teaches you about every major segment of packaging, and you grow professionally.
“It filled in knowledge gaps about processes we do that I had limited exposure to.”
—Josh Peters, Senior Designer, Emerson Tool Company
If choosing the in-person, onsite option, take as few as 2-1/2 days to cover a specific subject area, such as plastics or paperboard. Or, get packaging's "big picture" by taking all 10 days. Fundamentals of Packaging Technology course is divided into four semesters. Each is 2-1/2 days long, and each covers specific topics such as paper, plastics, cans, bottles. Semesters include information on decorating, labeling, protective packaging, closures and machinery—a thorough exploration of Packaging 101. Take one semester, take all four semesters. Choose what you need to reach the level of professional development you want.
Fundamentals of Packaging Technology delivers the maximum information in the most effective ways possible:
“I found all the information from the course useful—great course!”
—Dustin Miller, Boehringer-Ingelheim
Who should attend?
IoPP's Fundamentals of Packaging Technology course is for anyone who needs to know more about packaging. You can benefit from the course if you are:
This course is for technical, non-technical and management personnel. Material is discussed in-depth and at a level appropriate to the class.
“Concepts were explained with simple diagrams. Non-technical people would understand most of the concepts.”
—Food & Drug Administration staff attendee
Instructors who are professionals
IoPP's Fundamentals of Packaging Professionals is taught by a hand-picked team of packaging professionals with special qualifications. Read the instructors' bios.
“I now have more appreciation for the details of packaging, especially given the knowledge of the instructors. Their experience in the industry was phenomenal. Good detail about packaging types I wasn’t familiar with, I am looking forward to applying the information about pallet efficiencies at my job.”
—Mike Gosselin, Quality and Product Development Manager, Pacific Bag Inc.
A leader in serving the packaging community's continuing educational needs. The scope of knowledge encompassed by our 5,000+ members touches every aspect of packaging. It forms the base for education that helps our professional members do their jobs better.