WT7: Packaging and Process Technology (Online)
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Packaging and brewery engineering play a major role in any growing brewery, so brewers need a sound understanding about the principles involved in this complex area of brewing science. Our Packaging and Process Technology module deals with processing and packaging of finished beer, as well as important engineering and “physical properties” issues.
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The packaging course segments include the most recent developments in alternative materials (such as plastic bottles) and super-high-speed bottling systems. Engineering and process instruction includes topics such as properties of metals and other materials, fluid and pump dynamics, and other areas critical to improving brewery performance.
WT2: Advanced Brewing Theory Program (Online)
All students applying for an online program, module or course must have proof to be of legal drinking age in their country of residence in order to be approved and admitted by submitting a copy of their passport, residence permit or drivers license.
This advanced program or module requires students to have a specific knowledge of brewing theory and/or related sciences in order to be successful in the assessment process by having either successfully completed one of the following, with exception of Modules 5 and 7 (see exceptions info below).
(a) Successfully passing the Concise Course in Brewing Technology (campus or online), or
(b) Successfully passing the online assessment
Exceptions: To qualify for Module 5, one must have successfully completed all Modules 1-3. To qualify for Module 7, one must have successfully passed Modules 1-6
No special software is required to run our course content as it runs under standard web browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari). Our courses run on PC and Mac formats. If you are using a computer issued by your company, you may need to have security settings adjusted to allow access to the courseware.
Tablets and phones such as the iPad,iPhone and equivalent devices are currently not supported due to their incompatibility with the Adobe Flash Plugin required to access/interact with major components of the courses.