AIP members to visit new Digital Print Centre
Holmesglen Institute of TAFE has launched a Digital Print Centre to provide quality industry training and help increase learning opportunities to its printing courses.
“We’re ensuring that we do have a positive [training] experience for our students, and, in our very short time of operation, we are having a very positive student experience in what we’re doing,” said Holmesglen’s Robert Black.
On 5 September, Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) members and industry colleagues will head to the centre, located at the Chadstone campus.
The printing industry uses both traditional print processes and advanced digital technologies, including ink-jet technologies, large-format printing, digital printing and packaging applications, and digital label printing.
Led by industry experts such as Andrew Readman, AIP lecturer in the Master of Food and Packaging Innovation course, Holmesglen is leading the way for future generations of printing and design professionals.
Attendees will be able to see demonstrations of the Sinapse computer simulation presses, lithography, heatset web, coldest web, flexography, central impression and corrugated board, as well as live prints to the range of Konica Minolta digital presses, EFI workstation RIPS and HP wide-format inkjets.
They can also see a demonstration of Brightspace, Holmesglen’s online learning portal.
For more information, visit: http://aipack.com.au/event-registration/?ee=174
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