The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) awarded the third scholarship for the Certificate in Packaging course during the 2011 Cormack Innovation Awards evening.
According to Mr Pierre Pienaar, FAIP, National President of the AIP, the AIP Scholarship was awarded to Sina Vodjdani, a third year industrial design student at the University of New South Wales and a finalist in the 2011 Cormack Innovation Awards.
Mr Pienaar explained that Sina Vodjdani came across in the interview as a determined, focussed and reliable student. He was further convinced of Sina’s potential when they met at the 2011 Cormack Innovation awards night.
The AIP Certificate in Packaging is an internationally accredited course developed by the Institute of Packaging UK (IoP) and holds recognition in 27 countries.
The Cormack Innovation Awards scholarship complements other programs initiated by the AIP including the Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association scholarship for the Diploma in Packaging Technology and the AIP scholarship for the Certificate in Packaging for the PCA Southern Cross Awards.