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New support for BPIF trainees and apprentices

The Stationers' Company and the BPIF have bolstered their commitment to training the next generation of print professionals with the renewal of the Stationers' bursary programme and the introduction of a BPIF peer-to-peer mentor scheme for apprentices.

Are we doing enough for the future of the industry?

National Apprenticeship Week begins as this issue hits readers’ desks, but its focus probably says more about our aspirations than the situation on the ground. The government has pledged to create 3 million new positions by 2020, but its efforts don’t seem to be having much of an impact.

Roland launches online academy

Roland DG is running webinars to brief people in and outside of the print industry to learn more about the latest developments in printing technology.

Green packaging is centre stage at Birmingham expo

The environment will feature strongly at this year’s show on the future of packaging.

Antalis to expand remit of academy after rebrand

Antalis’ digital academy is extending the breadth of its educational offering beyond digital technical support, and has rebranded as Antalis Academy to mark the change.

Vistaprint partners with Prince's Trust

Vistaprint has become an official patron of The Prince’s Trust and will support the charity’s Enterprise Programme.

Rebrand for BPIF Consultancy

BPIF Specialist Services is the new face of the federation’s consultancy division.

Teachers lacking knowledge about STEM careers

Teachers feel they are not well-informed enough about STEM careers, despite the majority of students’ post-school career choices being influenced by their teachers, according to a new report.

Bluprint raising profile of print in schools

Anti-marking product specialist Bluprint has been involved in its second Aspire Cause programme and attended a ceremony two days ago (17 July) for children that achieved success in the scheme.

Latest industry age statistics don’t tell the whole story

The average age of a print industry worker has fallen, according to new data sourced by the BPIF. Previously estimated at 48, the organisation has analysed the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics – obtained via a Freedom of Information request as the data is not generally published – and revealed that the average has now dropped to around 43.

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