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4 Reasons to grab this Last Chance for Australia’s First Document Specialist Schools

Posted by BrettDashwood on July 3, 2013

There is now only a week left to secure your place on the first ever Acadami Transaction Document Specialist School held in Australia, which is only weeks away.

The 3-course, 5-day, school is being held by the Document Institute across split weeks in Melbourne  from 22nd July 2013 at the Printing Industries Association of Australia (PIAA) training facilities.

If you are involved in the creation or management of essential mail or other transaction documents, then internationally accredited specialist education to increase productivity and efficiency should be part of your staff development plans.

Students successfully completing all three assessed courses that make up the school...

  1. Will produce better work-products faster by applying knowledge of the entire document workflow
  2. Have better communication between internal and external teams across document projects
  3. Will be motivated by gaining a greater understanding of their role in the processes and lifecycle of document production
  4. Will gain Continuing Education Credits and be one of the first internationally certified Electronic Document Associates (EDA) in Australia

Bill Broddy m-edp, acadami international president, will be welcomed back to our shores in the role of Senior Instructor for the schools.  He will be joined by the Document Institute’s Brett Dashwood edp and other local industry veteran instructors, all with decades of individual experience in the document systems industry.

To book, go online to www.documentinstitute.com/booking or contact the Document Institute on (03) 8610 2181 or educating(at)documentinstitute.com.

the-document-institute_acadami Brett Dashwood edp Bill Broddy m-edp
  Brett Dashwood edp Bill Broddy m-edp

-- 6 July 2013: Updated

3 July 2013
Also published on the OutputLinks website

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