Just a Few Places Left! Join the Online RTC Training Course: Japanese Top Quality, by Masashi Shimenoki

CINET presents a new PTC course format aiming to strengthen their practical skills for the Retail Textile Cleaning professionals that want to integrate Best Practices in their operational activity. The full-module online session of PTC Excellence are presented by Mr. Masashi Shimenoki (Japan). You can still register for the online module.

The course is aimed to managers, supervisors and professionals of Retail Textile Cleaning (drycleaning and wetcleaning) companies

 

Courses’ content.  (6 courses // 90 minutes per course):

  • #1 Natural fibers
  • #2 Man made fibers
  • #3 Finishing
  • #4 Wearing Care
  • #5 Storing Care
  • #6 Cleaning & Care Labelling

 

Practical Info:

  • Start: Further info will be available. The course will take place on a (bi)weekly basis
  • Environment: online streaming
  • Exams: June 2021*
  • Language: English
  • Fee for full module = Euro 325,-
    • For 1st course registration: Euro 100,-
    • 2nd course registration: Euro 75,-
    • 3rd course registration: Euro 50,-
    • 4th course registration: Euro 40,-
    • 5th course registration: Euro 30,-
    • 6th course registration: Euro 30,-
  • Special discounts
    • For 2nd participant – 10% discount
    • For the 5th participant – 25% discount
    • CINET Members – 15% discount
  • Bonus: 3 months access to WOPCOM International database
  • Excellence Certificate RTC

*) depending on Corona participation

 

MORE INFO – ON THE COURSE’S BROCHURE (LINK HERE)

 

Interested? For registration, please fill-in the form below:

 

About Mr. Masashi Shimenoki

Mr. Shimenoki has been active as a PR planner for major companies and public institutions since 1980. In 1984, paying attention to the consumer trouble of dry cleaning, which had become a social problem, with the aim of disseminating the knowledge about new textile materials and fashion processing to consumers and the dry cleaning industry, he launched a tabloid newspaper called “The After”. Ca. 500,000 copies of this monthly tabloid were distributed from ca. 10,000 dry cleaners all over Japan.