Applied Food & Feed Extrusion: Thailand

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 10 Nov 2014 until 12 Nov 2014
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Location
Institute of Food Research & Product Development (IFRPD)

Category(ies)


This short course is presented by FoodStream in conjunction with the Institute of Food Research and Product Development, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand.

A brochure listing all our 2014 Thailand courses can be downloaded here, or for more more information on all courses download the outline of courses and their contents.

WE APPRECIATE SUPPORT FROM COMPANIES INVOLVED IN EXTRUSION AND RELATED TECHNOLOGY: For further information download Sponsorship Information.

Please register early –courses will only proceed if sufficient interest is received.

A Unique Approach to Applied Extrusion Training:

We have been running a “Food and Feed Extrusion” course in Australia and overseas since 1996.  That course, while very practically oriented, is dominated by lecture-style presentations, supported by a single practical demonstration (see http://www.foodstream.com.au/extrusioncourse/, or click for coming New Zealand and Australian courses)

This “applied” extrusion course, which we have presented since 2011, takes a different approach, providing participants with an understanding of the theory of the extrusion process, combined with a “hands-on” practical approach demonstrating how the principles are applied across different products and extruder types.

Introductory sessions cover relevant extrusion theory, followed by group sessions in which the product formulation, and screw configuration/process parameters are “designed”.  Then we go to the pilot plant and make the product – running the formulation with the designed screw profile.

While a limited number of specific products can be made during the program, the range is selected to demonstrate the principles and issues involved across the range of types of extruded products – including expanded snacks and breakfast cereals, pastas and third generation snack pellets, textured vegetable proteins, pet foods and aqua-feeds. Five different products are made on three different types of extruder (long barrel single screw, twin screw, and collet extruders) during the three-day course.

Program:

Link to course content.

Note that presentations are in English.

When:

Monday to Wednesday 10 to 12 November 2014.

Where:

Institute of Food Research & Product Development (IFRPD), Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand.

Registration Fee:

40,000 Thai Baht per person
(~ $AU1430 or ~ $US1310 depending on the exchange rate at time of payment)

A 15% discount applies for registrations received by Friday 26 September 2014 and paid within 14 days of invoicing,

An additional 5% discount applies for three or more course registrations received at one time from the same company, or for those attending more than one of our courses.

Registration fees are fixed in Thai Baht, but may vary in other currencies according to fluctuations in exchange rates.

The registration fee includes handout notes directly related to the presentations, as well as lunches, and morning and afternoon teas. More detailed notes on extrusion processing are available as a bound volume at an additional cost of 4,500 baht (approx Aust$160, or US$148) per copy.

To register, reserve the required number of places using the registration form below. On receipt of your reservation/s, an invoice will be issued (payment can be made by credit card – a link for payment will be provided with the invoice).

NOTE:  Please register early – DUE TO THE PRACTICAL NATURE OF THIS COURSE, NUMBERS ARE STRICTLY LIMITED.

Registrations close on 31 October 2014 (or when course is fully booked), but please register early as courses will only proceed if sufficient interest is received.

Presenters:

Key presenters at the course are Dennis Forte and Gordon Young, both highly experienced in extrusion through their work with a variety of companies and extruded products.

Who should attend?

Engineers, technologists, and scientists involved in the extrusion of products such as expanded snacks and breakfast cereals, pet foods and aquaculture feeds.

Venue:

The venue for the course is the Institute of Food Research and Product Development (IFRPD), Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand

Accommodation:

Participants are responsible for their own accommodation. A wide range of accommodation is available in Bangkok, but accommodation options in the vicinity of the course include:

§  KU Home, on the Campus of Kasetsart University.  A bus from the hotel to the course venue is provided.

§  Ebina Hotel

§  Maruay Gardens Hote

If required, assistance can be provided in booking accommodation at the above. 

Contact at the Institute for Food Research and Product Development: Vrangkana Bhundhoombhoad, Email:    ifrvrb@ku.ac.th, Phone:  +66 2 9428629 ext 201, Fax:      +66 2 9406455

Cancellation policy:

Fees, less a 10% handling charge, will be refunded if participants cancel their registration 21 days or more prior to the course. Fees will not be refunded after that date, but a substitute participant will be accepted at any time.

FoodStream reserves the right to cancel or postpone the course if necessary (e.g. due to insufficient registrations). In this case a full refund of fees will be available.  FoodStream’s liability is limited to the registration fee only, and FoodStream cannot be held liable for air fares, accommodation or other related expenses.

Customised extrusion training for extruder operators and/or other personnel can also be offered – see www.foodstream.com.au/extrusionoperator/ for further information

For further information:

Use the enquiry form on this page, or email FoodStream at training@foodstream.com.au

If booking for more than one course, to save re-entering data multiple times you may either:

  • List additional names and course/s in the “any additional info” box below, OR
  • Just input relevant email address and names in the booking form for the other course/s.

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