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Certification Matters

Posted by Ray Weiss on 10/16/19 9:45 AM

Certification from an outside party is a differentiator for any business, setting you apart from the competition. It’s proof that a skillset has been mastered, further validated by an external review or assessment. The Oxford dictionary defines “certified” as “officially recognized as possessing certain qualifications or meeting certain standards.” In the print buying world, an SGIA Digital Color Professional certification means consistent, predictable and repeatable color matters to you.

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Topics: Color Management Boot Camp, Color Management, SGIA Workshops, SGIA Digital Color Professional Certification

The What, Why and How of Dye Sublimation Printing

Posted by Lauren Searson on 5/8/19 12:03 PM

With its variety of applications — from rigid substrates to fabrics — dye sublimation printing is a growing industry trend. However, like any printing method, it has its own considerations, technology and processes — all of which require a thorough understanding and proper training.
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Topics: Wide Format, Color Management, SGIA Workshops, Inks, Fabrics, Dye Sublimation Printing

How to Get the Most Out of SGIA Workshops and Other Training

Posted by Linda & Tery Tennant on 7/18/18 3:37 PM

 

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Topics: SGIA, Printing, Wide Format, Digital Printing, Students, Color Management, SGIA Workshops, Education, Screen Printing

PDAA Certification: A Look at the Past, Present and Future

Posted by Ray Weiss on 6/13/18 8:30 AM

This year, SGIA has made some exciting changes to the Master Certification program that more accurately reflect what PDAA stands for: highly qualified installers with high standards who can handle vinyl on any surface. With our continued efforts to evolve the Master Certification program, SGIA's goal is to build a strong and reliable certification program that represents the best of the installer community.

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Topics: SGIA, PDAA, Car Wrap, Installers, PDAA Certification, SGIA Workshops