Free seminar on career development

A free seminar for school leavers on career development in computer graphics, information technology and printing technology conducted by the INGRIN Institute of Printing and Graphics will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on March 7, 2009 at the INGRIN Institute of Printing and Graphics, No. 290, D.R.Wijewardene Mawatha, Colombo 10.

The seminar will help students to understand the job opportunities available in the above fields and study programmes for higher studies in Sri Lanka as well as abroad.

INGRIN Sri Lanka, well known in the graphic industry locally and internationally set up in association with the INGRIN Foundation Netherlands, Sri Lanka Printers Association, The Sri Lanka Institute of Packaging, International Advertising Association and Sri Lanka Export Development Board (EDB) and also under the Ministry of Vocational and Technical Training, has educated over 14,000 students of whom many have found high paying jobs overseas during the past 14 years.

The seminar would provide an orientation in printing and graphic designing, vector graphics, multimedia, 3D animations, web development and qualifications to be acquired to be professionals in the print media industry.

The seminar is free of charge but participation is limited. Those interested contact tel. nos. 011-2421846, 011-2445106 or 011-2472316 for reservations.

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