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NEW WAYS TO LEARN FROM INDA

In our always-on, always-connected world, you can choose how and where you gain training to develop your career — at your convenience. That’s why INDA’s Professional Development Center offers three types of professional and agile courses to match your needs: On-Demand training, Virtual training, and In-Person traditional training. Immerse yourself in real-world learning designed for your real life.

You can also access Virtual and On-Demand webinars focused on significant advances and challenges impacting the nonwovens industry and its efficiencies. From the introduction of new ASTM facemask standards, legislation and compliance pressures to demand for greater supply and consumer trends, INDA provides late-breaking information to keep you ahead of industry changes.

UPCOMING TRAINING

Fiber And Filament Extrusion Fundamentals

Oct 12 - 14, 2021 – The Nonwovens Institute (NWI) at NC State University

Designed for professionals with an engineering or materials science degree, or a minimum of one year’s experience with engineered fabrics. View details »

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Professional Development - Intermediate

Oct 26 - 29, 2021 – INDA Headquarters

Designed for industry professionals with nonwovens experience or a technical background, this 3-day course is a bridge between INDA's Elementary Nonwovens Training Course and the Advanced Courses of the Professional Development Series. View details »

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ON-DEMAND TRAINING
When, where, and how you need it!

On-Demand Training

Learn and apply proven nonwovens principles and skills from renowned expert instructors when, where, and how you want. Visit and revisit any learning modules for up to 90 days and immediately put your learning into practice.

VIRTUAL TRAINING
Engage and get answers in real time!

Virtual Training

Join highly interactive training with your industry peers with set dates — virtually in Eastern Time. Engage with subject matter experts to lead you through programmed content and answer your questions — in real time. Gain the answers you need to excel.

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IN-PERSON TRAINING
Return in July 2021!

In-Person Training

Plan your calendar to be in Cary, North Carolina for live class engagement with high caliber interaction. Gain hands-on learning for greater clarity and understanding. INDA training participants are expected to comply with INDA’s COVID-19 Protocols: Standards for a Safer Event.

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10 PARTICIPANTS OR MORE?

INDA Members may schedule onsite In-person and Virtual training for their organizations with 10+ participants.

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The instructors are all seasoned experts with years of real-world experience in the industry and they will answer all of your questions. Anything that you've wanted to ask about in meetings, or industry jargon that you’ve heard but aren’t quite sure what it meant, you’ll find all the information you’re looking for, and more, when you take this course.

– Hillary McElroy, Strategic Assistant to the CEO, FiberVisions Corporation

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For anybody working in the nonwovens industry INDA training helps you get a better understanding of what’s happening in the world around you in regards to your employment and in your career.

— Jason M. Gibson, R&D Engineer II, New Product Development, Halyard

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As someone new to the nonwovens industry, this was an excellent introduction which will help me significantly in my job.

– Stein Carlsen, Sales and Market Development Manager, Fi-Tech, Inc.

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Before I took the INDA Intermediate Training course, I really had no idea about nonwovens. This course helped me tremendously to better understand my customers and everyone along the value chain

– Simon Liebentritt, Product & Business Development Manager, Lenzing Group