20 July 2015
BPIF graduates make the industry proud
The first of its kind; the BPIF Level 5 Graduation Ceremony took place at One Great George Street on Thursday 2 July.
The BPIF Level 5 Graduate Management Programme was conceived to be a dynamic mix of training, development and networking opportunities for employees within the industry. The day was a culmination of 180 learner's hard work across 2 years. Held at One Great George Street in London, fully gowned learners, their proud employers and guests, plus key supporters within the printing industry came together to celebrate learner's achievements.
The Kathy Woodward Award for Learning
As announced on 2 July, we have launched an annual Kathy Woodward Award for Learning. To apply for the £1,000 Award, you will need to submit a 500 word proposal on why you should receive the award and how you would spend the money to further your career in the print, packaging or graphic design industries. All applications to be sent directly to: [email protected] by 5.00pm on 31 July 2015.
The BPIF offer a range of management qualifications for differing levels of management an ability. We offer management qualifications from Level 2, up to and including Level 5 - and everything in between.
For more information, please contact James Morrall, at: [email protected].
BPIF believe excellent training is vital to ensure our industry thrives and we feel that this should be continuous, allowing employees at all levels the chance to learn. So, as our Graduate Management Programme learners celebrate their achievements we launch our new offering; an MSc Management in partnership with Management Development Centre (MDC).
The MSc Management will be delivered and awarded by University of South Wales. To read more, please click here
As part of the ongoing development of the BPIF Training, we have now been awarded Approved Centre Status from Scottish Qualifications Authority. This gives us the ability to devise courses to meet industry needs.
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