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'What' Happens in Papermaking and 'Why?'

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Get your seat early.  Last year’s event was the largest in more than six years.

If you register now, you’ll be assured a seat at the TAPPI Introduction to Pulp & Paper Technology Course, January 13-16, 2020 in St. Petersburg, Florida.  This event is co-located with the equally large Kraft Recovery Operations Course so you’ll have many opportunities to broaden your network of contacts with industry peers and subject-matter experts.

Group rates and early discounts are offered through December 13.  Register today!

TAPPI has offered this course for 46-years – for good reason.  It is the most comprehensive introductory course in the industry offering an overview of the entire pulping and papermaking process. 

See the packed course curriculum that draws a full-capacity group every year.   Attendees earn 2.6 CEUs for completion of this course.

Learn about the entire process of papermaking technology from the instructor, Dr. Michael Kocurek.  He will share nearly 50 years of his teaching experience, his remarkable enthusiasm and more than 2,200 visuals in teaching this curriculum.  With registration, you’ll also receive a copy of the “Smook Book,” considered an essential manual for all pulp and paper professionals.

By attending this course, you will learn how to:

  • Enjoy greater confidence in your understanding of the pulp and paper processes.
  • Interact knowledgeably with process engineers and operators.
  • Contribute to improvements within your own mill.

This training curriculum is ideal for anyone new to pulp & paper, for those who need a refresher and those taking on a new role in mill operations.

Bring your own questions.

A pre-course survey is offered where you can let Dr. Kocurek know why you're attending and the topics you specifically want to learn.

 

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