Consumer and Retail A Practical Guide to Dyeing and Finishing Seminar
SGS is pleased to announce our Practical Guide to Dyeing and Finishing seminar which is designed to give an overview of the dyeing and finishing processes and to help the attendee develop an understanding of the problems associated with colouration of textile products.
20 Apr 2017, 13:30
20 Apr 2017, 16:00
Leicester, United Kingdom
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This course is designed to give an overview of the dyeing and finishing processes and to help the attendee develop an understanding of the problems associated with colouration of textile products.
The course content was specifically designed to take the science out of the dyeing and finishing process, making the knowledge accessible and relevant to the retail industry enabling you to better understand test reports and give you confidence in dealing with suppliers quality issues.
The course leader has extensive working knowledge of the dyeing and finishing industry and how it directly relates to retail requirements so that the course content can be easily adapted to answer any concerns specific to your role. There will be an informal question and answer session and you are encouraged to bring along any samples or examples of textile quality issues for discussion during the day.
The seminar is especially suited to designers, buyers and technologists.
Welcome and Refreshment
Colour Assessment and Continuity
Colour Fastness Testing
Common Problems and Solutions
Registration for this course is £70.00 plus VAT per delegate for the Half Day seminar.
Seminar Date, Time and Location
20 April - 1.30pm to 4.00pm - Leicester
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