Digital Printing at the Berufliche Schule 6 in Nuremberg is Certified for Digitally Printed Data

After the successful PSO certification of the Berufliche Schule 6 in Nuremberg, Germany, the certification of the digital printing press was on the agenda this year.

The growing number of future media technicians in printing/digital printing and the responsibility for their qualified training is reason enough for the Media Competence Center to be the first school in Germany to be certified in accordance with ISO 12647-8 for digitally printed data.

The certification reflects the high level of the school's training, which meets the expectations of vocational training providers.

As with the PSO certification, the partner for the certification was once again the Sächsisches Institut für die Druckindustrie in Leipzig, Germany, represented by Ms. Carolin Sommerer, who presented the certificate to Mr. Kai-Uwe Arnold, the teacher responsible for the implementation. With the help of Ms. Silvia Nagel in the prepress department, the printing department of the Berufliche Schule 6 was able to demonstrate its professional skills in the areas of digital print data processing, print image quality and print run stability.

The ceremony on 15 November was also attended by the Head of Schools and Sports for the City of Nuremberg, Ms Cornelia Trinkl, the Office Head for Vocational Schools, Ms Ulrike Horneber, as well as the school administration of the Berufliche Schule 6 represented by the School Head, Mr Bernd Gittel, and his deputy, Ms Claudia Holz, as well as numerous teachers and representatives from vocational training providers.