Six Sigma Workshop For Textile Industry

“Improving Dyeing and Finishing Operations Using Six Sigma”, a workshop for QC managers, technical managers, production managers, plant and manufacturing superintendents, department heads, lab personnel, fabric and garment development personnel, R&D managers, process engineers, process improvements specialists, dye and chemical suppliers, and shift supervisors, is scheduled to be held at the AATCC technical Center in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, on July 17-20, 2006, and August 14-17, 2006. The program is being organized by the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) and the North Carolina State University (NCSU), with instructions being delivered by Cliff L Seastrunk, Lead Instructor for Six Sigma programs at NCSU. Fibre2Fashion reports:

A registration fee of $4,995 ($3,495 for individual and corporate AATCC members) will include luncheons, breaks, course materials plus the free 6-month trial version of JMP software. Numerous learning activities will be interspersed with lectures to drive home key principles to insure successful implementation of this approach in their project and later within their organization. Refunds will be made if cancellations are received on or before June 30, 2006.


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