We are not your average trade association
BPIF are committed to developing excellence and growth in a sector that is a significant contributor to the British economy. We are uniquely placed to be not only the voice for the printing industry but also an active participant - catalysing and shaping the future of this ever-changing industry with our members. We provide the highest standard of support so our members can grow healthy, sustainable and profitable businesses.
- We are passionate about upskilling the industry, making it our mission to educate, inspire and equip the future generation of print. BPIF Training are the UK's largest provider of print industry apprenticeships , we focus on the all-round needs of the dynamic print and manufacturing workplace.
- Our experts specialise in offering practical, value-adding solutions for all areas of a business, ranging from HS&E, legal and quality issues to HR workforce planning. We also provide resolutions of technical or legal issues as well as giving advice and support on Industry research.
- Our Lobbying activities are your route to decision-makers in the public sector. We monitor the political agenda on your behalf and identify threats and challenges to the industry. Our work has secured funding and legislative change worth millions to the industry.
- We offer a wide range of opportunities for networking, collaborating on events & webinars and offer sector specific support in our Communities of Interest.
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The one-day training course will give attendees the chance to learn about the core fundamentals of print, including processes, paper terminology, colour and finishing.
Too often print and paper is vilified as wasteful or causing deforestation, with organisations misleading consumers with environment messages to move them to online communications and away from printed documents.
This one-day workshop will help individuals learn the best way to manage teams.
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