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Hunter Penrose offers training courses covering a range of aspects of the printing industry.

We organise and plan these courses to match precisely the requirements of clients.

Courses can be arranged to cover for example:

  • Technical developments prepress, press and finishing
  • Communication technology printing and the internet
  • Digital versus litho printing
  • Graphic software courses
  • Management systems
  • Digital workflows
  • Equipment operation and maintenance

All courses are designed on a bespoke basis in consultation with our clients.

We use our extensive supplier base and our wide network of industry experts to implement these courses.

A recent three week training course for senior engineers form the African Union in Addis Ababa included, for example, a seminar with Malcolm McCreath, an acknowledged Industry expert, a three day course at Leicester College, a video-conference with Luxemburg-based print production heads in the EU Commission, as well as a number of visits to equipment manufacturers and printers.

Our courses are fully comprehensive and structured. We include arrangements for accommodation and all travel and subsistence. At the end of the course a report summarising all aspects is produced and reviewed and certificates are awarded.

This is an ideal way to enable you staff to update their knowledge and experience. Courses are usually based in London, but may involve travel throughout the UK.

Contact David Thomas to discuss your needs.

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