Printing SA’s Latest Industry Updates Include Printing Courses And More

Printing SA’s Latest Industry Updates Include Printing Courses, Online Summit And More

Printing SA has announced the latest industry developments, including: new staff members, technical theoretical modules, printing courses, team leader programme and colour management e-learning.

Technical theoretical modules

Printing SA offers technical theoretical (TT) modules in all pre-press, printing, packaging and finishing trades. Apprentices indentured in the existing Competency Based Modular Training (CBMT) trade programmes; who are enrolled in Printing SA’s TT Modules, will benefit from receiving tuition based on its newly redesigned and developed learning material.

Printing SA has also introduced an FP&M SETA approved continuous assessment model whereby learners are assessed on every module to ensure total comprehension before moving on to the next level. The results that Printing SA are achieving in the final examinations bears testimony to the fact that this strategy is working.

The FP&M SETA have approved Printing SA’s brand new dual TT module system which Printing SA believes will facilitate the integration of practical training and workplace experience with other TT modules. Click here to find out more about these modules and to register.

Introduction to printing course (ID2)

This course is ideal for an existing or new staff member entering the printing industry and those who are involved in sales, client liaison, estimating, production planning or advertising.

This course will introduce candidates to various pre-press, printing and post-press processes used in the printing and packaging industry. The course provides candidates with insight into the diverse industry that they have entered and provides the necessary underpinning knowledge that CBMT apprentices will need when furthering their technical theoretical studies. Click here to find out more about these modules and to register.

Printing SA Team Leader Programme

Printing SA provides delegates with a clear understanding of the roles and responsibilities of a team leader and provides them with the tools to become more effective leaders in the workplace, identifying various leadership styles and when to use the most appropriate one. Click here to find about this new programme and to register.

Colour management e-learning

Printing SA invites anyone in the industry who is responsible for the measurement, control and management of colour, from concept and design to pre-press and printing to register for its colour management e-learning programme. This programme is being offered internationally and has received critical acclaim from those who have completed it in the previous year. Don’t miss out on this opportunity and register now to learn more about how you can broaden your colour spectrum. Click here to register.

Printing SA welcomes new staff members

Desdemona Arendorf spent more than a decade in an office administration environment. She has solid experience as an administrator, focusing on customer service and has worked closely with various individuals and suppliers from different backgrounds. This gives her an added advantage and the ability to provide the best service to member companies. Customer centricity is one of her strong suits and she will not settle until all clients are satisfied with their required services.

Printing SA's Latest Industry Updates Include New Staff, Colour Mangement eLearning And Much More
Desdemona Arendorf.

Tessa Mabona holds an honours degree in public administration from the University of South Africa (UNISA) and her previous exploits include a career as a trust fund administrator at a financial institution. She has also worked as a support administrator before being promoted to client centric mode assistant and thereafter, promoted to programme assistant at one of South Africa’s leading medical health groups. Mabona’s previous working experience in administration within the banking and medical aid fields make her an invaluable addition to Printing SA.

Tessa Mabona.
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