The next Paper Appreciation Course takes place at The Paper Trail, Frogmore Paper Mill, Fourdrinier Way, Apsley, Hemel Hempstead, Herts HP3 9RY on Wednesday 22nd March 2023. The Course Lecturer will again be Don Turner.
This “Paper Appreciation Course” (formerly the NAPM Paper Appreciation Course) is unique in that it focuses on the benefits that paper and its attributes bring to the end-uses, so whilst we discuss the many elements of paper production, at each stage we describe what that part of the process does for the paper, for example, formation, opacity, thickness, stiffness, and so on.
The numbers are strictly limited on this course to 12 to facilitate “quality learning”
We teach papermaking from the consumers’ angle.
The key objective of the course is not to produce budding papermakers, but for the delegates to better understand the attributes of the various grades of paper and what they bring to the end products.
This one-day course is ideal for employees who would not normally have the chance to visit a fully working paper mill but have worked within the paper merchanting, printing or associated industries for some time.
Some of the testimonials recently received for the course:
"This course gave me a different view on the paper I deal with into how it was made and the role it is destined for."
'This course will help me focus more on the end-user requirements - customer first!"
"Fantastic. Enjoyed my day and will definitely recommend."
"Really enjoyed the visit and would gladly come back!"
Attached are a booking form and flyer – please ensure this email gets to the right people within your organisation.
There are further details at www.focalstrength.co.uk/pacintro.htm
Please have completed booking forms back to Tim as soon as possible please or get in touch with him to reserve places.
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