The Woolmark Company Debuts Digital Education Platform

A new digital educational resource from The Woolmark Company is designed for online learning.
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With people now more reliant on digital content and interaction, and interested in learning about sustainability in materials and products, The Woolmark Company has introduced a new resource well suited to the times. The Woolmark Learning Centre is an open-access learning platform established for members of the textile supply chain, designers, sustainability managers and students who want to learn more about wool natural fiber.

Coursework covers the science behind the fiber; the manufacturing supply chain from early-stage processing through to textile and garment production and textile innovations.

According to The Woolmark Company marketing and communications project manager, Americas, Katie Scott, the platform was developed by leading industry experts and offers an unprecedented level of technical knowledge about the fiber.

The Woolmark Company is a non-profit organization supporting Australia’s 60,000+ woolgrowers to research, innovate and certify Australian Merino wool.

Check out https://www.woolmarklearningcentre.com for program details and specific course offerings.

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A new digital educational resource from The Woolmark Company is designed for online learning.

With people now more reliant on digital content and interaction, and interested in learning about sustainability in materials and products, The Woolmark Company has introduced a new resource well suited to the times. The Woolmark Learning Centre is an open-access learning platform established for members of the textile supply chain, designers, sustainability managers and students who want to learn more about wool natural fiber.

Coursework covers the science behind the fiber; the manufacturing supply chain from early-stage processing through to textile and garment production and textile innovations.

According to The Woolmark Company marketing and communications project manager, Americas, Katie Scott, the platform was developed by leading industry experts and offers an unprecedented level of technical knowledge about the fiber.

The Woolmark Company is a non-profit organization supporting Australia’s 60,000+ woolgrowers to research, innovate and certify Australian Merino wool.

Check out https://www.woolmarklearningcentre.com for program details and specific course offerings.

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