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Introduction to Leather Testing

Course

Self-paced e-learning

UN Partner

Offered by

United Nations Industrial Development Organization

Course details

Length
10 to 12 hours
Effort
10 to 12 hours
Level
Intermediate
Language
English
Certificate
Yes
Price
Free

Course summary

The course Leather Testing is designed for training institutions, private companies, and individuals that require an understanding of both the theory and application of a wide array of standard test methods that is utilized in the leather industry.

About this course

The course Introduction to the  Leather Testing is designed for training institutions, private companies, and individuals that require an understanding of both the theory and application of a wide array of standard test methods in utilize in the leather industry. The course is recommended to be used in a blend of classroom instruction using training content or self-learning along with an allocation of time for hands-on application in the laboratory. All courses provide opportunities for continuous professional development and lifelong learning. The Course is divided into five modules: M1: Fundamentals in Material Testing; M2: Basics in Leather Testing; M3: Physical Testing; M4: Fastness Testing; M5: Chemical Testing. The content was developed and prepared as a joint effort between UNIDO, FILK Freiberg Institute, and Common Sense. Dr. S. Dietrich will guide you through the course. The course is offered free of charge and a certificate is issued upon successful completion of the course. The course will be available also in additional languages. The course was developed thanks to generous support from the Government of Japan.

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Target audience

Training institutions, private companies, and individuals who require an understanding of both the theory and application of a wide array of standard test methods in utilize in the leather industry.

Learning objectives

  • To provide basic understanding (theoretical and application) of standard testing methods in the leather industry.

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