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PAC launches Precisely Packaging online program

PAC launches Precisely Packaging online program
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PAC Courses 322PAC has introduced the Precisely Packaging On-Line Program. For several decades, PAC has been providing continuing education for packaging industry professionals in the classroom. Under their freshly branded PACed education platform, PAC's initiative provides learning to anyone, anywhere and anytime that suits their individual needs.


Precisely Packaging On-line is bringing the classroom to a target audience that includes individuals new to the packaging industry, a new packaging assignment or students. These value-added, high quality courses are offered at great low prices with students (proof of enrollment required) having access for only $10 per course.


The launch will include 14 courses, some of which are Primary Types of Packaging; Graphic & Structural Design, Branding; Various Plastics; Folding Cartons; Corrugated Packaging; Metal and Glass Packaging. Courses will range from approximately 30 - 60 minutes in length, and once completed, the learner will be able to print off their Certificate of Completion.


For full information on Precisely Packaging On-line Course, please visit Course introductions are in English, French and Spanish. Courses are in English only.


For more information, contact:
James D. Downham, president & CEO, The Packaging Association
416-646-4637, [email protected]
Lindsey Ogle, PAC education manager & event coordinator
416-646-4641, [email protected]

The Packaging Association has been the voice of the Canadian packaging industry since 1950. In 2010, 60 years later, the association rebranded as PAC - The Packaging Association. In keeping up with the times PAC, without leaving its Canadian roots, has expanded its boundaries to serve all of North America





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