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SGIA-Exclusive Workshops Give Participants Vital Industry Education

Wednesday, December 03, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Community favorites and new arrivals are scheduled for 2015

Fairfax, VirginiaSGIA is already looking ahead to next year with the release of the 2015 Graphic Workshop schedule, which includes two brand-new training classes.

Held at SGIA’s state-of-the-art facility in Fairfax, Virginia, these educational events teach crucial techniques, applications and total business solutions for nearly all skill levels. Attendees gain an insider advantage and leave with the necessary tools to stay ahead of the evolving industry. Featured workshops include:

New! Wrap Like a Pro (March 11–12)
Participants will get hands-on experience installing on a variety of challenging surfaces, and will learn how to achieve the best results possible to pass the rigorous PDAA Master Certification test.

Color Management Boot Camp (April 21–23; August 25–27)
Concentrating specifically on large-format inkjet, attendees will learn color management concepts, print standards, device calibration and much more.

New! Operation Sublimation, Mission: Wide-Format Graphics (June 3–4)
This brand-new workshop is for both novice imagers and seasoned professionals looking to learn more about the industry’s hottest trends for banners, soft signage, and interior applications.

Screen Making: Basic to Advanced (May 11–15; December 14–18)
Beginning with the most basic methods and progressing to cutting-edge technology, students master the how and why of making screens for virtually every job.

Space is limited, so register now for one (or more!) of these can’t-miss workshops.


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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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