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City College Plymouth “transforms” print room with major Konica investment

City College Plymouth has overhauled its print room following a six-figure investment with Konica Minolta.

Prinovis UK supports pledge to increase UK literacy levels

Prinovis UK has vowed to help improve UK literacy rates by signing the Vision for Literacy Business Pledge 2016.

Filling the void: home schooling for print skills

All this talk of there being a shortage of skills in the print and packaging industries is rubbish, according to Label Apeel managing director Amy Chambers: “It’s not that there’s a shortage – it’s a vacuum, a huge void.”

Ambassadors for print must step up

This edition of PrintWeek has inadvertently become another apprentice issue; and I don’t mean the ‘you’re fired’ kind before you wonder.

Is enough being done to attract young people into print?

"Printing is part of life, but it requires skills,” said HRH The Duke of York at The Printing Charity’s 188th Annual Luncheon earlier this month.

Emmerson Press hires apprentice

Emmerson Press has taken on its first apprentice "in a long time" and revealed plans to take on more in the future.

Experienced printers offered BPIF training qualification

The BPIF has launched a new training programme for people who want to gain a recognised vocational qualification without classroom time or exams.

Roland DG adds new courses to Roland Academy

Growing demand for small-format expertise has prompted Roland DG to add two new courses to its Roland Academy training service and revamp the Academy website to improve accessibility.

Help your staff step up and take charge

When print was simpler, more muscular industry, stepping up to management from the printroom rarely caused an issue. Indeed, part of the role usually entailed staying in that print room: the majority of print businesses were – and still are – too small to have a manager stuck in a distant office all day.

First apprentices join new Prinovis scheme

Prinovis UK has welcomed the first entrants to a new apprenticeship programme that provides structured training over four years.

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