MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - The Regional Printing Institute has planned several activities for the 59th annual International Printing Week, which begins Monday.
International Printing Week is a nationally celebration to recognize the impact of the printing industry. In the Quad-State region, which includes the counties surrounding the I-81 corridor in Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania, events planned include several open houses/plant tours and activities in local schools.
The Regional Printing Institute was created in 1998 to support the printing industry in the Quad-State region. One of its ongoing goals is supporting the printing industry in several ways, including providing customized training for regional employers.
Training can occur on site at the company facility or at James Rumsey Technical Institute in Hedgesville, W.Va. The institute conducts training programs on such topics as printing technology, press technology, pre-press ad printing administration.