The Australian Packaging Institute (AIP) will be conducting a new advanced training course on Sustainable Packaging Guidelines on October 12th. Everything in the industry is invited to participate.
The purpose of this advanced training course is to help companies integrate the 10 principles of the Sustainable Packaging Guidelines (SPG) into the right business areas. It aims to work together to achieve optimal results for packaging capabilities and to achieve Australia’s 2025 national packaging goals.
This course will help companies understand how to start applying the 10 principles. It covers:
- Creating action plans and reports
- Work on each of the 10 principles for different materials
- Practical lessons in which all participants work together.
This training course will give participants a better understanding of how businesses can help their businesses achieve their 2025 national packaging goals by using and applying the 10 principles of Sustainable Packaging Guidelines.
This course gives participants a better and more realistic view of the truly recyclable, recoverable and recycled packages in Australia.
The ten principles of Sustainable Packaging Guidelines are the “toolbox” of the process for choosing the most appropriate packaging materials and formats for products that need to be protected.
Understanding these principles will help you choose the best packaging for the Australian and New Zealand markets, from packaging engineers to designers, marketing to sustainability managers, procurement to design agencies.
Who should attend:
Those who are responsible for the 2025 national packaging goals and are part of the decisions surrounding packaging design. This course is intended for those who already have the basic knowledge and training surrounding 2025 Target and SPG.
This course is the next step in building knowledge of sustainable package design.
To book your place http://aipack.com.au/event-registration/?ee=338.
Advanced training on sustainable packaging guidelines available via AIP
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