Catch up with Roland Academy webinars on-demand
The Roland Academy – Roland DG's educational training and support structure for individuals and businesses in the print sector – has made recordings of its webinars available on its website, allowing users to catch up on demand.
Hosted by members of the Roland team and featuring occasional guests, these free webinars let print companies take the next step in their journey without leaving the office. These regular online seminars cover a range of subjects from colour management to design software tips, helping businesses across the world access practical advice and explore eye opening innovations.
While these webinars are delivered live, recordings are now available shortly afterwards. As well as allowing people who were unable to take part to catch up later, this on-demand service lets participants of the live webinar to watch again, revising their newfound knowledge.
Webinars available to view now include those specific to Roland systems, such as new VersaWorks 6 overview, and BN-20 printer/cutter tips and tricks. There are also several more general subjects covered in the catch up training, including Colour matching for beginners, working with ChromaLuxe, and designing for UV print.
‘The Roland Academy webinars are perfect for Roland users who want to get the most out of their investment, but we want to help all print professionals learn new things, develop their skills and grow their businesses – whether they use Roland equipment or not,’ commented Roland Academy manager and super trainer Joe Wigzell.
‘We are building up a valuable webinar library that people can access any time they like or watch again and again to really cement what they have learnt. It is an excellent resource for the Roland community.’
Whether participating live or catching up later, webinar students are only required to register with a few details to take part. Suggestions for topics of future webinars are also warmly welcomed.
For further details, please visit https://www.rolanddg.co.uk/webinar