Clemson University's Department of Graphic Communications will host G7® Expert & Professional training at the Sonoco Institute for Packaging Design & Graphics in Clemson, SC. This flexography based training for G7 Experts & G7 Professionals will be cover three days full of extensive hands-on practical experience and live demonstration as well as in depth discussion on G7 methodology, color management, process control, print standardization, and proofing.
Participants will gain the phenomenally deep expertise in color theory, the G7 methodology, ISO standards, process control and press/proof alignment to achieve G7 certification in order to meet color consistency, tolerance requirements and process control, and extraordinary repeatability of quality for brands and print buyers of those they serve. As G7 Experts and G7 Professionals, these individuals will be certified and licensed by Idealliance as proven leaders in print production and global Standards to align all proof and print applications regardless of process, ink, or substrate. G7 Experts and Professionals are also taught and certified in tremendous costs reductions of production, speeding product to market, massive reduction in waste, extraordinary increase in color consistency-no matter the substrate or print medium, and consistently maintain their client’s brand image and print production requirements. The global print market is driven by Standards and when Standards are in place overall operational efficiency increases at an exceptional rate and consistency of production is exceptional.
G7 is Idealliance’s global industry-leading set of specifications for achieving visual similarity across all print processes. Become a G7 Expert or G7 Professional by attending this three-day event and completing the online examination. Attend this training event, hosted by a renowned Graphic Communications educational institute.
G7 Training Course Outline
Tuesday & Wednesday: 8:30am - 5pm
Thursday: 8:30am - 4pm
Laptops are welcome but not necessary.
Thursday, August 9 at 8:30am to 4:00pm
Sonoco Institute at Clemson University, 3rd Floor Auditorium 315 Harris A. Smith Building