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New book production courses via BIC

BIC, the book industry supply chain organisation, has set up a new suite of book production training courses that will commence next year.

Former Alf Cooke printers visit landmark site

A group of former printers from the iconic Alf Cooke Printworks in Leeds’ South Bank have paid a nostalgic visit to this landmark site, now a new Leeds City College campus.

Printers sceptical of trailblazer apprenticeship initiative

The latest cog in the government’s apprenticeship reform wheel has been set in motion over the past few weeks in the form of eight pilot trailblazer groups with a remit to develop new ‘employer-led’ national standards.

Dscoop premieres university initiative at EMEA event with live streaming

Dscoop, the 8,000-strong HP graphic arts user cooperative, has launched the Dscoop University with live-streaming of some of the sessions from this week's EMEA annual conference in Rome.

A printer's roadmap for the communications landscape

Keeping up to speed with the latest developments in digital communications is no mean feat. Take your eye off the ball for just a short while and, as others enthuse knowledgeably - and perhaps a tad smugly - about 'automated marketing', 'software as a service,' and 'clickable paper', you can soon start to feel you've wandered into a mysterious foreign land.

Roland DG launches entry-level course on digital print

The rapidly expanding and changing wide-format market has prompted Roland DG to launch an introduction to digital print course targeting printers who have bought their first machine.

Business inspection: drawing in the next generation

Twinning with schools can have long-lasting benefits for both students and printers alike

Can people really be taught the tricks of the sales trade?

It's 11am on a Friday morning, and I'm attempting to sell a suitcase. Have I fallen on particularly hard times as a hack and decided to write off all future holiday plans? Has PrintWeek decided it's time I earned my keep and learned the art of sales? No, and - touch wood - no.

NAPM course teaches paper properties, environmental issues and estimating

Only a few places remain on the National Association of Paper Merchants' (NAPM) annual Paper Appreciation Course, to be held on 12 September.

Woodward hails BPIF successes at AGM

Chief executive Kathy Woodward has credited the BPIF with making "tremendous progress" on key areas identified for improvement last year, which she hoped would combat the organisation's continuing pension deficit and a drop in income this year.

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