Mentoring Program

  • Future Print Colour Management course

    5:05PM Tuesday, 22 November 2016
    Future Print, TAFE Queensland and Fuji Xerox Australia have teamed up to provide access to a limited number of subsidised places in the highly regarded Digital Colour Management Certification course (DCMC) to the industry...
  • Tools for Business Success Webinars

    12:29PM Wednesday, 21 September 2016
    Future Print's Tools for Business Success webinar series has concluded but you can still watch the sessions online...
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We can't afford to ignore the print industry,it benefits everyone
Apprentices who are facing challenges in completing their qualification can access the Printing Industries Mentoring Program without cost . There may be times when you will see apprentices struggling to keep up with their training and the reasons are not necessarily learning-related. Together with our mentoring team apprentices will receive the encouragement and support necessary. Our mentors are experienced Industry personnel who will seek to connect with the apprentice and help therm through their difficulties. Specialist assistance may be recommended as required.

The service is free, confidential and the focus of support is to help apprentices deal with issues that may be a contributing reason for non-completion of their apprenticeship. The mentor will contact employers and apprentices to Inform them of the service and if parties are in agreement arrangements are made to engage the apprentice in the program.Printing Industries is bound by the Privacy Act of 1988 which sets out the guidelines for protection of an Individuals privacy.

Want to know more click on the link to our contact pages for prospective apprentices and willing employers.

 This Printing Industry Apprenticeship Adviser/Mentoring Program project is funded by the Australian Government Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education through the Australian Apprenticeships Mentoring Package.

The views and opinions expressed in this document are those of the Printing Industries Association of Australia and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Australian Government or State and Territory Governments.