Prepress Training Solution Spotlights Guest Experts at PRINT 05
Press release from the issuing company
Bloomington, IN – June 17, 2005 – Prepress Training Solution (www.prepresstraining.com), a division of StaffingTools, Inc., is preparing a host of special appearances and new course demonstrations for PRINT 05, the company says today. On tap for the 7 day event are “Tips & Tricks” sessions led by industry experts including Taz Tally and Jim Rich; a new course showcase revealing the newest and upcoming online training courses including OS X Tiger, Adobe CS2, and Adobe Bridge; and new, topic-focused courses on Soft-Proofing in Desktop Applications, and Troubleshooting Digital Files – all at PRINT 05 in booth # 7464.
PTS training is today helping over 600 graphic arts organizations to save money and be significantly more productive. Training employees to better use prepress applications eliminates critical prepress errors. Eliminating just one error per employee can lead to substantial savings for companies involved in print production. A single onscreen error can cost $1, a single error on a proof can cost, on average, $10; an error made on plate or film can be a $100 mistake; and on press a single mistake can cost $1000+.
Debbie Goodman, Prepress Training Solution’s Vice President, Operations, says, “With the releases of OS X Tiger, Adobe CS2 and Adobe Bridge, we are looking forward to giving attendees at PRINT 05 a preview of the popular courses that so many companies have already shown an interest in, to improve productivity and efficiency at their workplace.”
Prepress Training Solution offers 365/24/7 anywhere/anytime training on the world’s most popular applications. Through an affordable annual subscription of $300 or less, users enjoy unlimited access to a library of courses that are current with the newest software versions in the marketplace. Courses are customized for each user; so they only train on unfamiliar topics.
At the heart of the company’s training technology is the hosted Learning Management System that offers a wide range of reporting features. Administrators can manage training in different regions and facilities; track employee training progress; assign and review training, and more.
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