The CPI Education Center helps professionals understand developments in the polyurethanes industry—from new research, innovative technology, regulatory actions, and topics in chemistry, measurement and performance. Take advantage of these opportunities to gain critical insight and expertise on a number of technical and professional topics in the polyurethanes industry.

The nation’s leading suppliers, producers, and distributors of chemicals and equipment used to make polyurethane and manufacturers of polyurethane products serve as CPI Education Center instructors. Our education programs are an important step to understanding developments in polyurethane products from new science-based research, new innovative technology, polyurethane elastomers, coatings, sealants, and much more.

CPI’s Education Center offers unmatched opportunities for participants to increase their knowledge of the polyurethane industry no matter where they are in their career. Our courses are designed to keep industry professionals on top of the latest standards, trends, and developments by offering three convenient ways to learn:

Live Webinars

  • Interactive 60 – 90 minute training
  • Convenient
  • Individual and group rates available
  • Limits travel and lodging expenses
  • Member and non-member rates available

Professional Development Program Classes  (taught concurrently with the annual Polyurethanes Technical Conference)

  • One price to attend multiple courses
  • In-person and hands-on
  • Network with colleagues in your field
  • In-depth discussion and instruction
  • Hosted at the same time as annual Polyurethanes Technical Conference

On-Demand Learning

  • Convenient 24/7 access
  • Member and non-member rates

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