Printing Press Operator Schools

Printing Press Operator programs are usually offered by technical and trade schools, as well as some community colleges. Some programs take 2 years to complete and result in the awarding of an associate degree, but most take 1 year or less to finish. They give students the theoretical knowledge that is required to operate modern printing presses and other related equipment. Upon graduation, students begin on-the-job training or formal apprenticeship programs in order to put their theoretical knowledge to use.

Programs teach students how to take prepared materials from a prepress or graphics department and adjust the press properly for the printing of those materials. They learn how to feed paper through the cylinders, adjust feed controls, and monitor the press as it is printing. They learn how to react to printing imperfections and paper jams and how to correct these types of problems quickly. They also learn how to use computers and other high-tech instruments to adjust and control advanced presses.

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Printing Press Operator Schools

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