A couple who lost virtually everything in the Christchurch earthquakes has risen to the top of the business mountain by winning the most prestigious prize in New Zealand’s printing and packaging awards.
PrintNZ Day of Development delegates have provided positive feedback on the learning and networking event held in Wellington on 3 May.
Industry was urged to take full advantage of the Government’s $1000 subsidy for companies signing on new apprentices at the print industry Apprentice Awards and PrintNZ Conference Opening Dinner on 2 May.
After leaving school at age 15, screen printer Regan Quaife has taken out the print industry’s top training award – Apprentice of the Year, sponsored by ICON Digital Printing Papers.
Excitement is in the air as the five print industry Apprentice of the Year finalists head to Wellington this week to attend an interview for this prestigious training award sponsored by ICON Digital Printing Papers.
Registrations are flowing in for the learning and networking event of the year; the PrintNZ Day of Development on Friday 3 May in Wellington.
With new management teams in place, PrintNZ and the Communications and Media ITO are working hard to deliver member and training services to the print industry.
Employers wanting to take advantage of the government’s new apprenticeship re-boot subsidy worth $1000 need to get in quick.
Five contenders from a diverse range of businesses will vie for the print industry Apprentice of the Year Award, sponsored by ICON Digital Printing Papers, in May.
Twelve semi-finalists have been selected for the 2012 Apprentice of the Year Award, representing a broad range of businesses across the country.
In a special offer to kick-start training this year CMITO is offering $50 off its Level 3 National Certificate in Sales qualification.
It will be business as usual for the Communications and Media ITO and PrintNZ, despite the early departure of general manager, Tim Pankhurst.
As 2012 draws to a close, we reflect on a year filled with activities, challenges and some key changes at PrintNZ.
It’s not every day you see royalty holding a copy of your print job.
Get the ball rolling for 2013. Talk to PrintNZ Training/CMITO about the wide range of training programmes suitable for people working in design/file preparation, production, sales, business admin or management.
New CMITO manager John Cudby is looking forward to the challenges of his new role.
Many print businesses know the power of personalisation when it comes to producing communications.
This NZ Herald article may be of interest to you: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/small-business/news/article.cfm?c_id=85&objectid=10846885
Congratulations to Label & Litho (Lower Hutt) and Impact (Queenstown) with both businesses receiving recognition at their local Westpac Chamber of Commence Business Awards recently.
A wide range of people including industry members, government officials and industry training colleagues gathered in Wellington last night to farewell PrintNZ and CMITO chief executive Joan Grace.
The Communications and Media ITO (CMITO) and PrintNZ are pleased to announce three key appointments.
QR codes are becoming a common sight on a wide range of communications.
These include real estate publications, magazine adverts, signage and leaflets.
Trent Duncan, of dpi in Ashburton, took out the title of 2012 Mainland Apprentice of the Year (sponsored by RICOH) - and a $500 prize - on 3 October.
Joan Grace, chief executive of PrintNZ and the Communications and Media ITO (PrintNZ Training), has resigned to take up a new challenge in Australia. Joan’s husband John is already working for the electricity sector in Australia.
Businesses involved in formal training through the Communications and Media ITO still have time to make a submission on the Government's proposed changes to industry training. The submission deadline is 12 September.
All PrintNZ Members have been sent a survey input form. Please take the time to participate and return your form to us by 14 September.