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May 17 Deadline to Register For IAOM-KSU Milling Processes I and II Resident Milling Courses ... June 3-7 and 10-14 ... Manhattan, KS

Date Posted: May 16, 2013

Enrollment is closing for the IAOM-KSU Resident Milling Courses scheduled for June 3-7 and 10-14.

Students may enroll in one or both weeks of classes.

May 17 is the deadline to enroll.

The International Association of Operative Millers (IAOM), in cooperation with Kansas State University’s Department of Grain Science and Industry, offers a lineup of weeklong short courses designed for those who wish to advance their skills or careers in the milling industry.

The IAOM-KSU Resident Milling Courses provide hands-on instruction by the same outstanding KSU faculty who teach degree-seeking students.

Mill Processes I

Course Date: June 3-7, 2013

Technical training designed to develop a basic understanding of the milling process as wheat moves from the field to the table.

Participants will be engaged in both laboratory and pilot scale milling exercises.

Topics include receiving and storing grain; binning and blending; principles of wheat cleaning, tempering and milling; and understanding the importance of wheat quality and preparation to the milling process.

Mill Processes II

Course Date: June 10-14, 2013 (registration closes May 17, 2013)

Technical training designed to enhance quantitative understanding of the milling process and its management.

Participants will be engaged in both hands-on laboratory and pilot scale milling exercises.

Topics include in-depth analysis of mill flow sheets and design; quantitative analysis of mill balance and product distribution; adjustment and maintenance of roll stands; sifting and sifter maintenance; purification system; and process control.

REGISTRATION FEE

(includes tuition, laboratory fees, books, special instruction, materials, field-trip transportation, and lunch on class days; fees do not include lodging and evening meals)

• IAOM Members - $1,900

• Non-Members - $2,100

LOCATION: Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS

LODGING: Hotel, meals and other personal expenses are the participant’s responsibility.

Hotel reservations should be made at the Hilton Garden Inn in Manhattan, Kansas.

Please ask for the “IGP” rate of $97.00 (+ taxes)/night. This is the “IAOM-IGP Course” room block.

This rate includes breakfast.

Address:

Hilton Garden Inn Manhattan

410 South 3rd Street, Manhattan, Kansas, USA 66502

Tel: 1-785-532-9116 Fax: 1-785-532-9136

Register Online

Don't miss this opportunity to empower your employees with tools and problem-solving skills that will help them make and implement recommendations based on technical and economic considerations!

For more information, call 913-338-3377.

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