Roland University Announces 2001 Course Schedule
IRVINE, Calif.--Roland DGA Corporation has announced that Roland University will offer two-day workshops for the second straight year. Led by Roland staff and industry experts, these workshops teach customers how to become more successful in the graphics industry, according to company officials.
"Roland University offers two types of workshops--the ColorCAMM PRO and the Hi-Fi JET/CAMMJET," said Bryan Ballreich, Roland training and production manager. "We teach our customers how to get the most out of their machines and their businesses. Roland is proud to open its doors for education. These classes are a big part of what keeps Roland a step ahead of the competition."
Roland officials say the interactive style of these workshops provides customers with an ideal learning environment. By operating the machines and sharing tips and techniques, customers become skilled at everything from proper machine maintenance to printing short-run-stickers or fine-art giclees. "Even the teachers pick up valuable industry secrets at these classes" said Ballreich.
The Hi-Fi JET and CAMMJET workshop is designed for users who want in-depth training on maintaining …
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Publication information: Article title: Roland University Announces 2001 Course Schedule. Contributors: Not available. Magazine title: Art Business News. Volume: 28. Issue: 4 Publication date: April 2001. Page number: 16. © 2009 Summit Business Media. COPYRIGHT 2001 Gale Group.