Association News - PLASA Makes Training a Priority
Sunday, 1 April 2001
The first meeting of PLASA’s newly established Education and Training Steering Group took place in March.

Chaired by Dave Ward of the Gateway School of Recording, members of the Group include some of the key training providers in the industry, together with representatives of the trade press and the PLASA head office team.

The intention is that the Group will make recommendations to the PLASA committee on the way forward for training and education initiatives for this industry. Part of its remit will be to review ways in which PLASA can create a coherent and sustainable training structure which addresses not only those coming into the industry, but also those already in it. Issues such as accreditation, new technologies, health & safety and good training practice will all be addressed as part of PLASA’s training strategy.

In the first instance, PLASA is looking to identify the training needs of each sector, and as part of that is looking to add to its existing register of training courses. If you run a course, whether you be an academic institution or company/individual within the industry, please e-mail a brief description of the course, together with details of who it is aimed at to

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