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Tasmanian printers to discuss power prices

Wednesday, 06 December 2017
By Print21

Rising power prices and the lack of apprenticeship training will be on the agenda at the Tasmanian Printers Convention on Friday.

PIAA CEO Andrew Macaulay will be a guest speaker at the event that runs from 9am to 2.30pm on Friday 8th December at the Ross Convention Centre, 15 Church Street, Ross, TAS 7209.

Macaulay was part of a delegation from Printing Industries that travelled to Canberra last week to seek immediate help for printers facing massive power bills that have already caused some staff lay-offs.

Other speakers at the event will include Robert Black from Holmesglen TAFE, Peter Clark – the director of PIAA Tasmania – and Printing Industries national workplace relations manager Paul Mitchell.

The official agenda includes: The challenges facing Tasmania printers; PIAA and the ACCC; Apprentice training in Tasmania; Navigating industrial relations; National and state print awards; and Book printing in Australia – the way forward.

 

 

 

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