YesGo Mumbai students completed their training at Nilpeter on 11 December 2020. The two-day consecutive practical training at Nilpeter, started on 10 December 2020, was facilitated as a part of YesGo practical training program. Training at Nilpeter for YesGo students kicked off from the month of November 2020, which is scheduled to be provided every month specifically for YesGo students.
Training at Nilpeter is being facilitated to provide professional training with flexo machines and exposure to flexo prepress to help students gain and enhance technical expertise in flexo within a working environment.
At present HP, Tetra Pak, Avery Dennison, Essel Propak, Nilpeter, VeePee Art Studios, PRPL, and all the other top packaging companies in India are facilitating industry visits and practical training for YesGo students in gravure, offset, digital, flexo and others.
Industry visits and practical training at the industries are an essential part of YesGo training curriculum to provide complete practical exposure to the students in a working environment to help them hone their skills and get exposed to the vital and practical nuances of premedia prepress, press, and postpress. It helps them learn the vital skills required to perform seamlessly and professionally in an organization and empower them with the expertise to become assets for the industry.
It also aims to provide them opportunities to gain in-depth knowledge of their area of interest as well as meet and develop network with industry experts. Spending days within an organization makes one familiar with the company’s working environment.
YesGo, based in India, is an institute in Asia for complete practical prepress and packaging software training with Esko software along with 100 percent placement assistance. It has its branches in Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, and the head office is located in Chennai.
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