RMIT University’s Industry Training Awards recognise the talent and achievements that exist within the faculty across all areas of prepress, printing and finishing. FXA’s support of the Awards recognises the accomplishments and skills of RMIT students, while also encouraging them to embrace digital technology.
John Murphy, FXA publishing systems marketing manager presented the four awards, covering Graphic Prepress and Printing Machinery, Print Finishing, Screen, Flexography and Label.
Student and apprentice Mark MacDonald of James Yates & Sons Printing Bairnsdale picked up the Graphic Prepress Award on the night while Minh-Sang Pang of Franklin Web achieved the Printing Machinery Award. Steve Robinson of Doran Printing was recognised with the Print Finishing Award and Robert Mackay of Screen Line picked up the Screen Flexography and Label Award.
“Fuji Xerox Australia is delighted to be given the opportunity to present the Pursuit Of Excellence Awards to the students of RMIT,” says Murphy.
“It’s fantastic to see young fresh faces achieving this type of recognition so early on in their careers and having such enthusiasm for what they do.”
Robert Black, RMIT University International Centre Of Graphic Technology programs manager operations, praised the students for their contribution to the industry and is grateful for the support that FXA has shown.
“It really displays Fuji Xerox’s willingness to support the entire industry above and beyond their direct market segment,” says Black.
“It was a very successful event and our students were delighted with the support they received.”
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