Bookings are now open for the third Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) virtual training course the Future of Sustainable Labelling, which will be held on July 21. The course trainer will be Dr Carol Kilcullen-Lawrence PhD, FAIP, CPP, who has nearly 30 years’ experience in the packaging industry, specifically in the field of labelling, holding … Continue reading Bookings are open for the third AIP virtual training course
Bookings are now open for the second Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) virtual training course ‘Introduction to Sustainable Packaging Design’ which will be held on July 7th. All of industry is invited to attend no matter where you are located in the world. How do you work your way through the maze of demands to … Continue reading Bookings essential for AIP virtual training course
Melissa Tinetti didn’t start out thinking she would be the associate dean of Industry programs at RMIT University. But it’s a fulfilling job that she enjoys and there is plenty to do, with literally hundreds of students to look after. Tinetti’s first 10 years in the workforce had her utilising her architecture degree before she … Continue reading Apprenticeship program key to ongoing industry success
The Australian Institute of Packaging advises that submissions will close on the 23 February for the two annual scholarship programs for the industry.
The Australian Institute of Packaging has advised that registrations are now open for the 2018 AIP Influential Women Mentoring Program for Australasia.
More than 150 international university students studying in Adelaide experienced a taste of Australia last week at the Australian Wine Showcase 2017.
France boasts thousands of years of wine making and some of the finest wines in the world, but French (and Chinese) students come to Adelaide to learn about wine and spirits marketing.
Wine professionals can now earn their French Wine credentials at Melbourne Polytechnic through the French Wine Scholar Certification.
New figures from the Wine & Spirit Education Trust reveal that demand for wine and spirits education is higher than ever both in Australia and globally.
Scores of Chinese students are heading to South Australia to study winemaking to fuel China’s huge domestic wine industry. The University of Adelaide has seen an almost three-fold increase in Chinese enrolments in the past five years in its winemaking courses, which are the most comprehensive university courses for viticulture and oenology in Australia. The university … Continue reading Chinese winemaking students flock to Adelaide
A project is underway to review and align existing retail baking units of competency, skills sets and qualifications from the FDF10 Food Processing Training Package, to industry defined occupational standards. First drafts of the units of competency, skills sets and qualifications have nearly been completed following consultation with the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC). They will … Continue reading Nationwide food processing workshops set for March
Wine Australia is inviting early career researchers to apply for funding through the Incubator Initiative, a new program that will fund a series of regionally focused research projects.
The Australian Packaging & Processing Machinery Association has announced that submissions are now open for its ninth annual scholarship program.
Global food safety organisation NSF International has acquired the Burwater Pacific Group, a leading food safety training, auditing and consulting business based in New Zealand.