Roland DG has announced the addition of a number of brand new Roland DG Academy courses as part of its commitment to continue to improve on customer knowledge and involvement with the brand.
The Roland DG Academy is an industry recognised training facility available to businesses and individuals working within the heart of the print industry and was created by Roland DG to inspire loyal, long-last relationships with both potential and existing customers.
The latest expansion of the Roland Academy has seen two new training courses and two of the popular Better Business Boot Camps introduced to its programme. The new training course additions have been designed following a growing need from the industry for small format flatbed UV technology and design software knowledge respectively. The VersaUV LEF range of printers have been a huge success and the Academy has noted this growth with the new course designed specifically for these extremely diverse machines. To help users get the most out of their design software and speed up art working processes, the CorelDRAW Graphics Suite course is a great way for individuals looking to maximise the potential of their businesses with the design capabilities to match
In addition to these two new courses, The Roland DG Academy has also built on its popular Better Business Boot Camps series, which offer short and informal sessions for Roland DG users looking for new avenues to expand and build their businesses. These Boot Camp sessions provide individuals with everything they need to know about a specific product, market or application and how this may benefit their own progression and development.
The new Lightbar Better Business Boot Camp provides attendees with expert advice on the latest solvent-UV ink technology available for Roland DG printers to demonstrate just how easy it is to produce instantly usable and durable prints.
The second new Better Business Boot Camp is called ‘Material Matters’ and is designed to help businesses maximise their profit margins by understanding how important it is to choose the right materials to use with their machines. Often in the graphics industry it is hard to find all of the information that you will need to make the right choices when it comes to materials. This session is a perfect way for digital printers to gain invaluable information from an industry specialist in a fun and relaxed environment.
Roland DG understands the importance of investing in knowledge to grow a business, which is why they have revisited its Academy courses pricing structure and made huge reductions on a number of its popular courses.
All one-day Roland DG Academy courses have now been reduced to just £125 and customers who purchase a VersaSTUDIO BN-20 will now receive a course totally free. The most popular two day vehicle wrapping course in the country has been reduced to just £250 making it a must for anybody interested in this lucrative application. To see the entire great price reductions please visit the website: http://www.rolanddg.co.uk/support/academy/
Offered at two central UK locations – Bristol and Walsall – the Roland DG Academy presents attendees with an engaging learning environment equipped with modern training technologies and the latest Roland DG technology.
Joe Wigzell, Academy and Creative Centre Manager at Roland DG UK said; “The Roland Training Academy has been providing ideas to further business development and insights into the advanced capabilities of our products for many years. We are proud to cater to all skill levels and support new and familiar clients by aiming to provide inspiration and versatility through our technology.”
To coincide with the introduction of the four new Roland DG Academy courses, the Roland DG Academy website has also undergone a revamp to ensure it provides an efficient and simple service for users. The new website has a brand new online booking system which is clear and precise, making booking a course with the Academy quicker and easier than ever before.
Roland DG is committed to providing a comprehensive, long-lasting service to all users in a bid to inspire and educate them on its machines and products post-purchase. As the Roland Academy continues its expansion, the UK’s leading manufacturer of wide-format printers and integrated printer/cutters hope this will enable its clients with the skills and knowledge needed to continue growing their business and increasing profit margins.