Royle Printing Implements New Training Program for Employees
Royle Printing is pleased to announce they will be implementing a new training program for all employees and prospective employees at the end of this month. The program is called Advanced Careers in Print (ACP).
Like many manufacturers in this country, the printing industry is experiencing a wide-spread shortage of skilled labor. Additionally, there has been a major reduction of government and higher education sponsored programs promoting and supporting the trades, leaving younger generations with little or no exposure to careers in manufacturing.
To offset this trend and continue to grow and develop Royle's talented team of associates, the company has developed the ACP initiative. The program is designed to educate and train existing associates while exposing new generations to the world of print. “Our goal is to play a hands-on role in developing our team while encouraging younger generations to consider a career in print,” states Chris Carpenter, President, and Owner of Royle Printing. “Like other significant investments we’re making in our manufacturing platform, this could be the most significant considering our plans for growth and hiring needs for talented associates.”
The ACP program is a hands-on and classroom form of learning that gives individuals real-world industry experience. Depending on the area of manufacturing and prior experience, a participant may spend months in the program while also working in production with their coach and mentor.
"We’re proud to be in this industry and look forward to moving it forward with future generations. Printing continues to be a relevant communication channel and will be for years to come. It’s imperative that we do all we can to introduce more people to the thriving world of print,” states Carpenter.
If you want to learn more about Royle's Advanced Careers in Print Program or how to enroll, please contact Dawn Webber firstname.lastname@example.org.
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