The Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) has been dedicated to supporting professionals and entities from various industry sectors by curating educative training programmes and consultancy services. In 2019, HKPC has launched a track of domestic and overseas training courses. Do no miss out the chance to bring your expertise one step further and expand your network in and beyond your industry.
Eurovet is delighted to be one of the supporting organizations for the Programmes organized by HKPC.
Applicants of below programme will be entitled 3,000 HKD discount by mentioning EUROVET as a supporting organization.
Overseas Training on Design to Manufacturing for Mass Customisation and Personalisation towards I4.0 in Intimate Apparel Industry to France & the Netherlands
The training programme will take a deep dive into the design criteria on Mass Customisation and Personalisation, covering design theories, trends, lace & embroidery, coloring, accessories, and other design elements such as digital printing. It aims to enrich participants’ knowledge on design and manufacturing processes for Mass Customisation and Personalisation. Don’t miss the chance.
Application deadline: 21 June 2019
*This training has successfully obtained pre-approval of the Reindustrialisation and Technology Training Programme (RTTP) application. The approved training grant for each eligible trainee is up to HK$21,999, the actual amount of training grant to be reimbursed to the companies is subject to the actual training expenditure.
Date: 5-12 July 2019 (8 days)
Highlights: Interfiliere Paris (exhibition), My Desseilles (Lace Manufacturer), SPGPrints (Digital printing factory) Paris, Lille, Calais, France AND Boxmeer, the Netherlands
Medium of Instruction: English
Target Audience: Lingerie, bra and swimwear designers, pattern makers, engineers, technicians, managers and lecturers who are involved in the lingerie industry for design, development, merchandising and manufacturing.
Enquiry: Ms. Karine NG 2788 6335 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) is a multi-disciplinary organization established by statute in 1967. HKPC’s mission is to promote productivity excellence through the provision of integrated support across the value chain of Hong Kong firms, in order to achieve a more effective utilization of resources, to enhance the value-added content of products and services, and to increase international competitiveness.
For more information, please visit www.hkpc.org