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    AIP announces finalists for 2019 AOONA scholarship

    • Australian Institute of Packaging
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    The Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association (APPMA), in conjunction with the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP), are pleased to announce that there are three finalists for the tenth annual Scholarship program which will enable one lucky packaging technologist, designer or engineer in Australia the opportunity to complete a Diploma in Packaging Technology to the value of $9,000. The Diploma in Packaging Technology is a Level 5 qualification which is internationally recognised for those wishing to pursue a career in the packaging industry or for those who are already in the industry and who wish to extend their knowledge and expertise.

    Diploma in Packaging Technology students are from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines, and are typically experienced practitioners or managers in technical, sales/marketing, QA, purchasing, engineering or design. Completion of the Diploma in Packaging Technology demonstrates their commitment to their career and to the industry. Delegates who successfully complete the Diploma are equipping themselves for senior positions within the packaging industry

    Finalists are: Gui Fen Janell Siek, Packaging Technologist, Nestle Australia, Brittany Puyol, Product & Packaging Designer, Edlyn Foods and Karunia Adhiputra (Adhi), Packaging Technologist, Technical & Production, Nestlé Australia.

    The winner will be formally announced at the APPMA Biennial Awards of Excellence which will be held on the 27th of March at the MCEC.


    Images: Brittany Puyol, Gui Fen Janell Siek, Karunia Adhiputra.

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