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Save the Date! NCA's 2009 Resident Course in Confectionery Technology
June 14-26, 2009 | University of Wisconsin, Madison

June 14, 2009
University of Wisconsin, Madison

The Resident Course, affectionately called Candy School, is NCA's most comprehensive and popular confectionery technology training program. This two-week course is designed to provide participants with extensive knowledge of confectionery technology and covers many topic areas including:

* Hard Candy
* Chewing and Bubble Gum
* Tableted Confections
* Jellies & Gummies
* Aerated Confections
* Nougat
* Fondants & Creams
* Soft, Hard, and Chocolate Panning
* Fudge and Caramel
* Toffee
* Food Safety *NEW*
* Chocolate
* Compound Coatings
* Colors
* Flavors

  • Download the registration brochure here.
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    2009 Resident Course: June 14-26, 2009
    2009 Resident Course Split Edition – Week 2: July 26-31, 2009

    Due to popular demand, an additional session of the NCA Resident Course in Confectionery Technology was offered in 2008 as a split course for the first time. This was in ADDITION to the traditional two-week course that is held annually. The same curriculum is offered in two separate sessions, each one week long. The second session (week 2) will be held July 26-31, 2009.

    Details and registration will be announced in January 2009.

    For more information contact NCA’s Eileen Scherzinger at (703) 790-5750.