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Printers invited to Roland DG Academy training

Wednesday, 13 March 2019
By Wayne Robinson

Nationwide training events: VersaWorks

Wide format inkjet printers and printer cutters developer Roland DG Australia has released its dates for VersaWorks: Beyond the Basics, the Roland DG Academy training course, to the end of the year.

The comany says VersaWorks: Beyond the Basics has been developed to improve users’ knowledge of VersaWorks (Roland’s rip software), increasing the efficiency and productivity of their output. Following on from last year’s successful training sessions, the course will be held across the country  in 2019. To find out more or make a booking click here.

Since its inception in 2009, Roland DG’s VersaWorks Academy training courses have been responsible for accrediting 600 students. More than 95 per cent of those surveyed have said that they would recommend the course to others, and have given positive feedback on how relevant, informative and easy-to-understand the course is.

Ash Carver from Infinity Signs in South Australia said, “Great course – a must to unlock the full potential of your productivity. So many features I never knew about VersaWorks, but will definitely explore and use in everyday jobs.” Judd Shoppee from 1Daywraps in Sydney also commented: “Awesome, clear and concise training, would definitely recommend.”

Run by expert Roland trainers, students will learn on Roland-supplied laptops in classes of eight or less, with the trainer working closely with students to develop their skills and knowledge of VersaWorks.

The main areas covered in the course are colour management, printer calibration, set up and maintenance, settings and features including variable data, custom cut, step and repeat, and special colour plate generation, advanced production techniques and tips, workflow automation, and an overview of new features in VersaWorks 6.

Course details have now been finalised and bookings are available online for the following dates and locations: Sydney Wed 17 April and Wed 4 September; Melbourne, Thursday 9 May and Wed 18 September; Brisbane Thurs 6 June and Thurs 3 October; Adelaide Thurs 20 June; and Perth, Thurs 4 July.

To find out more or make a booking click here.

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