Roland DG Australia has released the 2020 dates for its popular Roland DG Academy training course VersaWorks: Beyond the Basics, which last year accredited more than 70 students in nine sessions across the country.
The program has been developed to improve users’ knowledge of VersaWorks, Roland DG’s dedicated RIP software to increase efficiency and productivity.
"This is one of the better seminars I've participated in,” said Shannon of IG Design Group, who took part last year. “I have a keen interest in the subject so I got a lot out of [the trainer’s] distinct knowledge and experience in the program and the usability of the printer.” Steve Wallis from Industrial Labelling Solution agreed the course was very beneficial: "Very informative session. Well run, great detail. Certainly covered a lot of elements I had never looked at… awesome job."
Since its inception in 2009, Roland DG’s VersaWorks Academy training courses have accredited almost 700 students. Over 95% of those surveyed said they would recommend the course to others.
Run by expert Roland trainers, students learn on Roland-supplied laptops in classes of eight or less, with the trainer working closely with students to develop their skills and knowledge of VersaWorks.
The main areas covered in the course are:
Printer calibration, set up and maintenance
Settings and features including variable data, custom cut, step and repeat, and special colour plate generation
Advanced production techniques and tips
Course details have now been finalised and bookings are available online for the following dates and locations:
Wed 18th March
Thurs 16th July
Tues 7th April
Wed 5th August
Wed 13th May
Wed 23rd September
Wed 24th June
Thurs 28th May
With only 8 places per class, you will need to get in quick to secure your spot. To find out more or make a booking, go to www.rolanddg.com.au/academy, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1800 500 119.
Roland DG Corporation is a leading provider of digital printing solutions. The company's inkjet printers, printer cutters and cutting machines are widely used to create a broad range of promotional items including banners, signs, vehicle graphics, stickers and labels, and to provide customisation services for apparel and personal items like smartphone cases. The company’s COTO business division has developed proprietary design and print management software which enables customers to design their own gifts, apparel and mementos.
For more information, visit www.rolanddg.com