ICA Bremen will deliver its popular training course, ‘Cotton Classing & Testing’ training in Germany this year.
This six-day training course will take place from June 25 – 2 July 2019 in Bremen, Germany.
This course combines information about cotton fibres and fibre properties, their measurement and how to assure reliable test results with practical testing and quality management experience in the laboratory, including analysis of testing data. Test results from thousands of measurements from all cotton producing countries will be used to apply this knowledge – making it fully comprehensive.
Karsten Froese of ICA Bremen explained: “This year’s training will continue to concentrate on the quality of raw fibre and the different aspects of quality evaluation. As always, participants will receive personal attention to meet their individual needs”.
Axel Drieling of the FIBRE Institute added: “Our Classing & Testing training consistently receives positive feedback and we have evolved this year’s programme to continue that high standard. This training course will cover a series of modules delivered by ICA Bremen; including cotton testing on different types of High-Volume Instruments plus single fibre based testing such as AFIS through to examples of yarn testing”.
With a maximum of sixteen participants taking part, the programme promises to be an interactive and personal learning experience aimed at individuals who wish to gain an in-depth knowledge in cotton classing and cotton testing. Like previous years, delegate places are limited so early bookings are always advised.
To find out more about this ICA Bremen Cotton Classing & Testing, visit www.ica-bremen.org/our-services/training-courses or email .