HP Inc. recently launched its Graphics Solutions Service (GSS) Learning Academy in Singapore.
The academy will provide training to their customers, production managers, engineers and operators across Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) region over the next 12 months.
The 1,700 square-metre facility located in Tuas houses seven training classrooms, remote monitoring and diagnostic command centre, and a next generation product and solution training room.
The academy offers a curriculum of more than 50 courses, including hands-on digital printing press workshops, self-paced modular eLearning, webinars, and online assessment tools. It will also offer general training courses that will tackle the potential of digital printing and its benefits to the business.
In addition, HP will conduct product training courses, including the HP Indigo operator level 1, level 2 and colour management.
With the new learning academy, HP hopes to accelerate digital transformation of the printing industry in the region.
"As we work to create technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere, we recognise that we are at the threshold of a huge digital transformation," said Michael Boyle, general manager for Graphic Solutions Business at HP APJ.
"HP is committed to providing the necessary skills, development and support that will empower businesses, brands and print service providers across [APJ] to take advantage of the growth in digital printing market," he continued.
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