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Australian Institute of Packaging to introduce new print technology training course

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article image Andrew Readman, Lecturer of Printing Machining, will be presenting these print technology training courses

The Australian Institute of Packaging has announced that they will be introducing a new half day introduction to print technology training course, with the first course taking place on Wednesday August 10, 2011 at the Viewpoint Centre, St Kilda, Victoria.

This introduction to print technology training course will be presented by Andrew Readman, a Lecturer of Printing Machining at RMIT University ICGT (International Centre of Graphic Technology).

The key objectives of this print technology training course include:

  1. print processes
  2. print and other related problems that may be encountered
  3. a simulated press approval process; and
  4. further associated ‘production quality’ factors including print technology advances.
As part of the session Readman will show attendees how to use a linen tester (eyeglass) which they will then get to take away with them. He will also introduce students to the use of pantone charts books, colour densitometers and more.

This half day print technology training course will provide delegates with adequate information to be able to have an informed discussion with a printer on requirements and needs.

People likely to benefit from this training course are packaging technologists, packaging designers, people involved in print sales and marketers.

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