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Multi-Media Centre


Welcome to Printing Industries Multi-Media centre. Here you will find a range of resources designed to help businesses in the print, packaging and visual communication industry. Some of these resources can only be accessed by members using their PrintNet logins. Not a member? Inquire here.


How it works

Just select the multimedia topic page from the menu at right or below (for new additions) to access the presentation and related support material. Follow the simple instructions for your selected presentation - It's that easy.

Contact us

If you have a problem viewing any of the multimedia files or simply need more information or advice. (Advisory services available to members only). Call 1800 227 425 or your local Printing Industries Office.

Your suggestions and feedback

We welcome your feedback on our existing presentations and any suggestions for topics you believe would be useful presented in a multimedia format. Click here.

WHAT'S NEW

 

Imagine: A World Without Print? WWP - image - newsagent
This eight minute film features the diversity of the Australian printing industry. Beginning by focusing on the everyday printed products that everyone is familiar with, the film highlights their importance which most people take for granted. Can you imagine a World Without Print?  It then showcases the various industry sectors, their capabilities and products. The film includes a recruitment and careers component designed to encourage young people to view an industry career while also focusing on the various industry events and recognition awards. Press release.


Chain of Responsibility .Charles watson - seminar
A 14 minute video presentation by Printing Industries Employee Relations Officer, Charles Watson identifying the areas of responsibility of companies and their employees in relation to road transport in NSW. Includes downloadable guides and workplace posters. (member log-in required)