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Education from the industry's perspective

Posted on Fri, 10 Aug 2007 at 1:25



I'm hoping a few of you read this

http://www.screenweb.com/index.php/channel/9/id/3926

the cover story in July.

I was hoping to hear from owners and production managers about their views on education within the industry.

Do you get employees that have previous training?

Is this training enough to make the person job ready?

Would a fully trained print technician have a job at your company?

Do you run a systematic training program now?

Where are the main areas schools could be concentrating on training - digital? prepress? screenmaking? printing machine operator? finishing?
ink/colour chemist? other areas?

will you be hiring over the next year

other comments?

Please feel free to get in touch. I would like to do a followup article on Industry based training, including inplant programs, and private consultants/schools of screenprinting.

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AlexCameron says: Industry leaning education is a move toward to knowledge from a production point of view. With conventional technical education methodologies in learning atmospheres, the predictable pathway is to make ...

Industry leaning education is a move toward to knowledge from a production point of view. With conventional technical education methodologies in learning atmospheres, the predictable pathway is to make the groundwork learning through theme based coaching of science, physics and maths without help. Assignment-Corner themes based on the awareness necessary for the regulation frequently follow on from this. The trouble with this conventional methodology of knowledge is that there is no close association with industry obligations.

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