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April 2019

123rd Annual Conference & Expo

April 15 - April 19
Hilton Denver City Center, 1701 California Street
Denver, CO 80202 United States
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IAOM 123rd 2019 CONFERENCE Logo

Join hundreds of milling professionals from across North America and around the world when they convene in Denver, Colorado in 2019 for IAOM’s Annual Conference & Expo. About the Conference Grain milling professionals consistently find that the IAOM conference experience affords them an opportunity to enhance and advance their careers through comprehensive education programs, to connect with their industry peers at exciting networking events, and to develop relationships with vendors who offer the products and services they need to efficiently…

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May 2019

Buhler-KSU Executive Milling Course

May 20 - May 24
IGP Institute, Kansas State University, 1800 Kimball Ave
Manhattan, KS 66502 United States
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Buhler KSU Resident Milling Course

Course objectives: Understanding the underlying principle of the milling process and the parameters that can be influenced by either the raw material or the milling system; understanding the challenges of the operating staff; and learning which critical control points to check in order to judge whether an operation is running well. Course topics: Raw material (kernel structure, influence of wheat characteristics on yield and mill performance, usage of various types of wheat for different finished products); cleaning system (special systems for Mycotoxin…

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July 2019

IAOM-KSU Introduction to Flour Milling

July 29 - August 2
IGP Institute, Kansas State University, 1800 Kimball Ave
Manhattan, KS 66502 United States
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IAOM KSU Resident Milling Course

Participants will discuss all aspects of the flour milling process from wheat selection to flour blending and functionality.  Course objectives: To gain general understanding of the principles of the milling process, understanding the relationship between wheat quality and the effect of the milling process, gain knowledge of what wheat types and products each can produce, and learn the role each department plays in the success of the milling industry. Course topics: Overview of the US milling industry; wheat production, supply and demand;…

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August 2019

IAOM Electrical Training at Lancaster CTC

August 13 - August 15
Lancaster County Career and Technology Center, 432 Old Market St
Mount Joy, PA 17552 United States
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Electrical Training - Lancaster

IAOM has partnered with Lancaster County Career & Technology Center in Mount Joy, PA in the development of a 3-day electrical training course to be offered as one of IAOM’s valuable educational programs this fall. This course will be held August 13-15, 2019  at the Lancaster County Career & Technology Center in Mount Joy, PA.  The agenda will be patterned after the spring course, and will include a variety of topics related to electrical knowledge in the mill environment. Training topics include:   Electrical Energy and Sources…

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Buhler-KSU Curso de Molinería para Ejecutivos

August 26 - August 30
IGP Institute, Kansas State University, 1800 Kimball Ave
Manhattan, KS 66502 United States
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Buhler Expert 1

Buhler-KSU Executive Milling (in Spanish) Grupo objetivo: Propietarios de Molinos Directores Gerentes Nivel de habilitad requerido:  No se require experiencia en molinería Contenido del curso: Materia prima: La estructura del grano Influencia de las características de trigo sobre el rendimiento de harina y rendimiento de los molinos Uso de varios tipos de trigo para diferentes productos terminados Sección de la limpia: Máquinas y diagramación de la limpia Reducción de Micotoxinas Sistemas, diseños y sanidad en el proceso de acondicionamiento Limpias…

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September 2019

IAOM-KSU Flour and Dough Analysis

September 10 - September 12
International Grains Program Institute Conference Center, 1980 Kimball Avenue
Manhattan, KS 66506 United States
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Lab work

Through hands-on training and classroom discussion at the IGP Institute, participants will learn flour and dough analysis practices and methods and correct interpretation and understanding of the results through this course. Course Objectives: Experts from the equipment manufacturers and suppliers and Kansas State University will train and educate participants to understand commonly used flour testing equipment and dough testing equipment in the industry today, understand proper testing procedures and methods for the equipment, understand how to correctly interpret the results from the finished…

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October 2019

IAOM-KSU Basic Milling Principles

October 7 - October 11
IGP Institute, Kansas State University, 1800 Kimball Ave
Manhattan, KS 66502 United States
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IAOM-KSU resident milling course

Participants will develop a conceptual understanding of the milling process with a focus on mill balance and setting the break system.    Course objective: Provide a greater knowledge of the milling process and how employees impact the process. Course topics: Topics include principles of wheat cleaning, conditioning and milling; understanding the importance of wheat quality and preparation to the milling process; and the advantages of wheat and flour blending. Required skill level: Practical work experience in a flour mill (minimum of 1 year).…

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IAOM-KSU Advanced Milling Principles

October 14 - October 18
IGP Institute, Kansas State University, 1800 Kimball Ave
Manhattan, KS 66502 United States
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IAOM-KSU Advanced

Participants will learn quantitative tools and practices to influence and impact flour quality in the mill. Course objective: Expanding on topics from the Basic Milling Principles course to include quantitative techniques to analyze and improve the process flow; understanding the variables that impact production efficiencies; and enhance the troubleshooting skills of mill personnel. Course topics: Topics include analysis of mill flow sheets and design; analysis of mill balance and product distribution; adjustment of roll stands; sifting and sifter design; purification system; and…

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IAOM Mill Maintenance II

October 14 - October 16
Drury Plaza Hotel Broadview, 400 West Douglas Avenue
Wichita, KS 67202 United States
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The IAOM Milling Maintenance II Course will be offered on Oct. 14-16 in Wichita, Kansas. A very full schedule of maintenance topics are planned, including maintenance related to: filter collection, rotary airlock valves, industrial fans, rotary displacement blowers, belts and chain drives, pulley and sprocket attachment, couplings, roller mills and bearings, drive safety, corrugating and rollermill bearings, screw and belt conveyors, and bucket elevators. IAOM will bring in experts from the industry’s equipment manufacturers and suppliers to teach various parts…

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November 2019

Buhler-KSU Executive Milling

November 4 - November 8
IGP Institute, Kansas State University, 1800 Kimball Ave
Manhattan, KS 66502 United States
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KSU Course

Course objectives: Understanding the underlying principle of the milling process and the parameters that can be influenced by either the raw material or the milling system; understanding the challenges of the operating staff; and learning which critical control points to check in order to judge whether an operation is running well. Course topics: Raw material (kernel structure, influence of wheat characteristics on yield and mill performance, usage of various types of wheat for different finished products); cleaning system (special systems for Mycotoxin…

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