Pewaukee, Wisconsin - The Institute for Graphics and Imaging (IGI)-an education and training organization funded by and dedicated to the printing and graphic arts industry-has scheduled a two-day training course focused on inkjet proofing. The seminar will be held on October 6 and 7, 2009, and will be conducted by Richard Lerner, the president of RSL Consultants, an organization which has trained printers and in-house production departments in color management. The course will be directed at prepress operators, production personnel, customer service representatives, production managers, print buyers, graphic designers, desktop publishers, or anyone responsible for ensuring that quality color is produced in the print shop. For course details and registration forms, see www.igi.org/events_calendar/.
Announcing the new course, IGI Executive Director Ron Dahl commented: "IGI is pleased to make process improvement and color control expert Richard Lerner available for a two-day, hands-on training session focusing on color control and best practices for inkjet proofing. Lerner is an acknowledged expert and accomplished trainer, widely known as a color expert in a variety of media."
The Institute for Graphics and Imaging provides education and training in the graphic design, printing, and related industries. Supported by a vast network of industry suppliers, printers, publishers, and governmental agencies, IGI operates on the campus of the Waukesha County Technical College in suburban Milwaukee. IGI facilities, which include computer classrooms and access to the latest printing equipment, are available for sales events and corporate training courses. For additional information go to www.igi.org or call 262-695-6260.
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