MISSISSAUGA, Ontario, November 10, 2005 – On November 10, 2005 Heidelberg Canada is pleased to officially open the Print Media Academy (PMA) located at their Canadian headquarters in Mississauga. This exciting educational offering is planned to be unveiled during Graphics Canada 2005, being held at the International Centre in Mississauga, Ontario from November 10-12.
“The Print Media Academy is an unprecedented array of cutting edge graphic arts equipment, interactive tools and print management software, brought together under one umbrella to deliver unparalleled education to all of Heidelberg Canada’s customers,” describes Harold Hoff, Heidelberg Canada’s Director of Customer Support. “The Print Media Academy will allow students to be educated in all aspects of the printing business, from hands-on press training to classes on how to cost estimate print production in a competitive market.”
“Print Media Academy classes are conducted by PMA Certified Instructors and the courses are designed for maximum learning,” explains Craig Parker, Heidelberg Canada, Business Services. Examples of the PMA course offerings include: Heidelberg’s Prinect suite of products (Prinect PrintReady, Prinect Signa Station, Prinect MetaDimension, Prinect Prinance, etc.), Colour
Management and Printmaster/Speedmaster Press Schools. These courses are aimed at improving efficiencies in an ever increasing competitive market.
The Heidelberg Canada PMA will also form part of the global Print Media Academy network, which serves as the backbone for internal training and employee development to both Heidelberg’s Canadian and worldwide employees. Being a member of the PMA network will enable Heidelberg Canada global sharing of best practices.
For detailed information on the exciting offerings at the Canadian Heidelberg Print Media Academy, including program curriculum and class dates, please contact Craig Parker at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website www.ca.heidelberg.com.
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