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IoPP launches E-Learning online education

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IoPP launches E-Learning online education
IoPP e-Learning programs

IoPP e-Learning programsAnswering the growing demand for education on your time, at your own pace, and from wherever you are, IoPP is launching its first series of web-based E-Learning packaging courses.

Online Fundamentals of Packaging Technology


Starting with Fundamentals of Packaging Technology, IoPP's E-Learning program includes 42 prerecorded Fundamentals modules and more than 25 hours of content. Each narrated session begins with an overview and ends with both a review and a quiz, enabling you to test your information retention of key information presented in the lesson.


Web-based education allows the ability to customize your learning experience


You have instant access to the Fundamentals curriculum without having to travel to in-person classes! Online Fundamentals (and other upcoming IoPP courses to be announced shortly) enables you to take either the entire seminar or select and pay for only the modules you want and complete lessons as your schedule allows.


Take courses - at your own pace - from your home, your office - anywhere you have a computer! Available 24/7!


Besides the convenience of "anywhere, anytime" education, online courses also offer the ability for you to select only the training you need. A click-and-buy feature enables lessons to be selected a la carte. You can also choose from bundled packaged lessons.


Special Offer!


IoPP's E-Learning Fundamentals Module: Perspective on Packaging is currently available FREE!


Source: Institute of Packaging Professionals


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