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Call for print participants in training survey

Tuesday, 23 February 2010
By Print 21 Online Article

Printing Industries has launched a study to determine the current and future levels of industry interest in business and personal development through formal training programs and qualifications.

The study is focused on the personal learning and development of existing workers (non-apprentices) and the demand to provide those workers with the skills and knowledge, which will help provide real and ongoing benefit to their organisations. Printing Industries national manager, learning and development, Simon Peppercorn, said the survey was an important tool in helping to shape industry specific training programs.

"We will have a better understanding of the industry’s interest and demand for nationally accredited traineeships as a business solution, so we can focus our training delivery strategies on the areas which are more relevant to the specific industry needs," he said.

"As part of the study, we are asking members to take five minutes to provide answers to the questions below. Your answers are anonymous. The data collected from this online survey will be aggregated for inclusion in the study."

The online survey closes on Friday 26 February 2010 at 6pm (EDT). Click here to complete the online survey.

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