Printhouse Real Model For The Future

Minister praises the Association Dusseldorf, April 29, 2008 as a trend-setting also for other industries model praised NRW school Minister Sommer the Printhouse at their yesterday’s visit the Academy of printing + media NRW e.V. in Dusseldorf. The national State of the art training and guidance organisation of the print and media industry had been opened solemnly last Friday. A rapid development have taken in recent years just the print and media industry, stressed summer, so teachers authentic to new developments would have to be brought. Dr.

Wolfgang Putz, Chief Executive Officer of the Association print + media NRW e.V. explained that the establishment was a located in the concept of the Association, technically to develop the printer jobs. \”He was happy and grateful to be able to give the go-ahead for the project and the cooperation between the Federation and the land of North Rhine-Westphalia today: from June can in the Printhouse professional Schullehrer as trainees the printing process in all its stages live\” experience. Be necessary such an institution especially, because the changes in recent years especially in the particularly cutting machines and IT in the media industry had been so Putz. For a vocational school it’s very hard to offer the entire process chain\”, he explained, therefore we want to complement the schools and their offer.

But it is required also a degree of personal initiative of vocational teachers, supporting the Association like it. \”Latest technologies try the Printhouse\”, that on the initiative of the Association print + media NRW e.V. and in close cooperation with the manufacturers latest printing technology realized the printing and media industry on innovative topics and industry trends to bring and with the latest technologies, has set itself the goal, trainees, but also employees and executives from to familiarize. For this purpose, not only experienced trainers of the Academy prepared but also the latest hard – and software are available in the Printhouse.