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Avery Dennison hosts workshops in NZ and Queensland

Friday, 03 August 2012
By Print21
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Avery Dennison will be running two workshops in New Zealand during August and also in Queensland later this year to help broaden the signage and wrap application skills of newcomers to the industry and refresh the skills of those who are not so wet behind the ears.

The company will run its essential application techniques workshop in Christchurch on 29 August, and its advanced vehicle application workshop on 30 August. The workshops will be held in Riccarton, Christchurch. Additionally, the courses will also be run in Banyo, Queensland, on 31 October and 1 November.

While the essential application techniques workshop has been designed for newcomers to the industry, Avery Dennison says the course will even be beneficial to apprentices and experienced print workers who want to refresh their skills. Attendees will be taught about different application processes and how to choose the best products and materials for a job, among many other things

The essential application techniques workshop focuses predominantly on practical training, complimented with a concise theory session, with every workshop being lead by an Avery product and application specialist.

The workshop is designed to give attendees the understanding of different applications including window, wall and an introduction to vehicle graphics, and a thorough comprehension of its alignment with graphic materials available.

The advanced vehicle application workshops is designed to ensure that attendees understand all of the variables involved with vehicle application, and have the confidence to provide customers with a sound and professional product.

The workshop is predominantly hands on training, and will provide knowledge for making the application process quicker and easier, while pointing out the critical areas of importance in this specialised field.

Both courses are full-day events, with the essential application technique workshop being held on 29 August, and the advanced vehicle application workshop on 30 August in Christchurch. For details, click here.

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