Lithography Level 3
Lithography Level 3

"An apprenticeship offers the opportunity to gain both knowledge and experience which is crucial to getting a job today."

Daniel Pelly , Level 3 Machine Printing

Lithography Level 3

Who Should Attend

This qualification is aimed at those who work as a machine minders on multi colour printing presses, producing multi colour work.

Key Topics

The aim of an apprenticeship is to develop an individual so that they are competent in their role but they also need to know what they are doing and why. To aid this the apprentices will study a Technical Certificate and they will cover the following key areas and will be able to describe and explain them:

  • Health and Safety
  • Personal Development
  • Industry overview
  • Employment rights and responsibilities
  • Productivity
  • Quality, including quality systems
  • Understanding of the main printing processes
  • Substrates
  • Colour
  • Fount Solutions
  • Problem Solving


24 to 36 months.

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Max Walkington
Max Walkington
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