TAPPI Academy Online Courses

TAPPI Academy’s eLearning programs help grow your individual or organization’s knowledge base by providing unsurpassed technical content from proven industry experts. We help you achieve your goals for continuous improvement by providing a variety of industry-specific training for beginning to advanced learners. We help you succeed in building a solid foundation for your individual or company's future by providing flexible, on-demand learning opportunities that allow you to train your way.

TAPPI Academy eLearning offers both concise and comprehensive training utilizing content from popular TAPPI courses and some of the industry’s leading education providers including Convergence Training, The Packaging School, the National Network for Pulp & Paper Technical Training (NPT2), Finishing Technologies and Koerber Tissue.  

Company and Site Licenses are available for most eLearning offerings and the NPT2 courses can be customized to meet your organization’s needs. Learn more.

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Pulping Courses

26 Jun 2018

TAPPI Academy offers five comprehensive courses from NPT and eight concise courses focused on Pulping. Take the entire course or just the module that meets your specific needs.


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Paper Manufacturing Courses

26 Jun 2018

TAPPI Academy offers both comprehensive courses from NPT and concise courses from Convergence Training that address the entire paper manufacturing process.


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Winding, Web Handling and Converting Courses

16 Sep 2020

TAPPI Academy is proud to partner with Finishing Technologies to provide streaming access to Dr. David Roisum’s popular comprehensive courses.


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Corrugated Packaging Courses

13 Aug 2018

Learn from concise narrated animation of components and processes or take advantage of The Packaging School’s professional packaging curriculum developed at Clemson University.


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Tissue Courses

26 Jun 2018

The popular TAPPI Tissue 101 and 201 courses are also available in eLearning format as well as offerings from NPT2 and Koerber Tissue.


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