NZ Masterclass Series 2020
In November PSI Brand were privileged to join the VPLAS Technical Roadshow to provide a complimentary ‘Graphics Masterclass’ in three strategic locations around New Zealand.
These FREE training events provided a ‘not-to-be-missed’ opportunity for roto-moulders wishing to learn more about each stage of the rotational moulding process and how to make the best of it.
The training presentations were ‘hands on’ including more about powder and materials from Vision Plastics, the complete process on Mould Release Agents by Chemtrend, Graphics Masterclass from PSI Brand. It was then wrapped up by an informative industry update from ARMA CEO Leisa Donlan.
“The feedback from the moulders that attended our recent events and in particular, your Graphics Masterclass has been incredibly positive. As you know ARMA believes the addition of graphics to rotomoulded product can be an amazing opportunity to add value and profit, however there has been a reluctance in some of the industry for some time to embrace them. Your practical and hands-on training was an excellent way to introduce the industry to the ease of use and versatility of pre and post mould graphics and remove some of the “fear factor!”
One of the attendees Aaron Bannister complimented further;
“PSI’s Masterclass is just what the industry needs so thanks for the proactive approach. The major benefit for us was getting a consistent message for our whole team, received through the training, along with some great ‘ahah’ moments. I believe the Certification program is better than an apprenticeship as it’s so specific and practical. Well done PSI, keen to see more of this.”
PSI Brand Graphics Masterclasses are scheduled throughout USA in 2020 as part of our Get Certified Program benefiting all roto-moulders. Come out of a Masterclass knowing how to apply graphics with confidence, allowing you to promote your business by maximizing your branding opportunities.
To discover event dates and venue details please visit the PSI Portal to ‘Get Certified’