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The Print Technician Apprenticeship is the new Level 3 programme apprenticeship programme for print. The focus of this new standard is on ensuring that your apprentice is being trained in the occupation rather than on just achieving a qualification.

Post-press Technician
A Post-press Technician is skilled in all the physical processes that occur after the printing stage and covers a broad range of equipment.
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Press Technician
The Press Technician will run or oversee the running of the printing. A Press Technician is skills in all the physical processes that occurs as part of the printing stage.
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Pre-press Technician
A pre-press technician is skilled in a all the physical process that occurs before the printing and finishing stages.
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Print Technician Apprenticeship
The Print Technician Apprenticeship is the new Level 3 programme apprenticeship programme for print. The focus of this new standard is on ensuring that your apprentice is being trained in the occupation rather than on just achieving a qualification.
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