Consumer and Retail Fibres to Finished Fabric Seminar
SGS is pleased to announce our Fibres to Finished Fabric seminar which discusses what is a textile and describes production from raw fibres and yarn through to the final fabric.
01 Jan 0001
01 Jan 0001
Leicester, United Kingdom
We are pleased to announce our extensive range of seminar training courses which are designed for you to remain up to date and informed on the latest legislation, industry updates and consumer safety demands. SGS provides excellent course materials, with clearly defined objectives, and reliable, friendly course administration. Our Seminars are interactive and involve delegate participation or demonstrations/visual aids. Delegates are encouraged to bring along their own samples for discussion.
Whether you are seeking knowledge that enables you to comply with regulations, improve performance, manage risk or develop talent; the Consumer and Retail Seminars can help you and your business gain the knowledge you need to continually adapt in today’s fast moving markets. As a leader in professional training, we draw on years of worldwide experience to provide effective learning opportunities.
Courses to suit your needs
Opportunity to meet professionals from other organizations
Opportunity to share best practice
Opportunity to share ideas
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Wide range of dates and locations available
Our trainings are offered in a variety of delivery formats so that you can choose those that are best suited to your individual requirements and the needs of your organisation. Our experts deliver face-to-face training in the form of public courses where you can join your industry peers or through in-house courses designed to meet the specific needs of your organisation.
The seminar discusses what is a textile and describes production from the raw fibres and yarns through to the final fabric. The course investigates how they are processed to become a fabric and processed to include application of colour and finishing processes to ensure the fabric is stable and colour fast.
We encourage delegates to bring samples along for discussion during the day; this always introduces a level of spontaneity and makes the seminar much more interesting.
The seminar is especially suited to designers, buyers and technologists.
- Welcome and Refreshments
- Dyeing & Finishing
- Q & A
Registration for this course is £125.00 plus VAT per delegate for this Full Day seminar.
Seminar Date, Time and Location
2 November - 10.00am to 4.00pm - Leicester
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