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University expands packaging course credentials with Mimaki

Harper Adams University has completed its first year-long course in packaging design, styling and innovation for the food sector.

Taylor Bloxham sets up dedicated education and membership team

Print and marketing communications company Taylor Bloxham Group has established a dedicated team to work with the education and membership sectors as part of its continued targeted growth.

More than 90 winners in Print Futures Awards

The Printing Charity has awarded 91 grants to young people – the highest number yet – in this year’s Print Futures Awards, with female recipients dominating the education initiative.

Work experience whizz signals bright future at Print4

Print4 is anticipating a bright future for the print industry as it enjoys a week of work experience with an “incredibly bright” 15-year-old student.

Learn to capitalise on your customers’ deepest desires

Let’s talk psychology. No, not the meaning of that awful recurring nightmare; the one where you’re running naked past the presses in a panic that you’ve forgotten to action your company’s biggest ever order – with the fiery unicorn of justice in hot pursuit, baying for your blood.

Apprenticeship Levy under fire for failing businesses

More than a year has passed since the Apprenticeship Levy was launched last April and many feel that it is not working as intended.

Print Scotland hails apprentices

Print Scotland used its third annual Scottish Print Apprentice of the Year Awards to issue a call to the region’s print businesses to embrace apprenticeships.

Making the case for setting up apprenticeships

Keenan Phillips had something to prove at his interview for an apprenticeship post. So did the man interviewing him for the job at Saxon Packaging.

Kodak to develop network to support literacy

Kodak is expanding a global literacy programme by using sustainable technology to provide books and school supplies to communities in need around the world.

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.

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