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Mechanised Print Finishing and Binding - Level 3 at British Printing Industries Federation Ltd

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Level 3 NVQ Certificate in Print Finishing (QCF)
Mandatory Units (All units must be taken)
PR343 Manage Adhesive Binding Machinery Level 3 (4 Credits)
PR650 Manage Foil Blocking Machinery Level 3 (5 Credits)
PR407 Set and Run Laminating Machinery Level 2 (4 Credits)
PR661 Manage casing in Machinery Level 3 (7 Credits)
PR364 Set and Run Multi Knife Trimming Machinery Level 2 (4 Credits)
PR998 Understanding the Print Industry Level 3 (4 Credits)
PR355 Set and Run Wire Binding Machinery Level 2 (3 Credits)
PR310 Set and Run in line automated stitch and trim processes for newspapers and periodicals finishing Level 2 (4 Credits)
Pathway 2 Newspapers and Periodicals - a minimum 10 credits to be achieved

PR609 Manage Automated inserting equipment for newspapers and periodicals finishing Level 3 (6 Credits)
PR601 Manage Cutting and Creasing Machinery Level 3 (7 Credits)
PR265 Set and Run Auto-packing, storage or palletising equipment Level 2 (3 credits)
PR120 Plan work to meet production requirements Level 3 (4 Credits)
PR662 Manage Case making Machinery Level 3 (6 Credits)
PR365 Set and Run Multiple Hopper Feeders Level 2 (4 Credits)
PR652 Manage Insetting-Stitching-Trimming Machines Level 3 (9 Credits)
PR999 Contribute to Improving the Effectiveness of the Print Organisation Level 3 (5 Credits)
PR331 Manage materials handling for newspapers and periodicals Print finishing Level 3 (4 Credits)
Pathway 1 (General Print)
Pathways - 1 pathway must be achievedPathways 1 General Print - a minimum 8 credits to be achieved
PR312 Materials Handling, Transportation and Storage within the Print Working Environment Level 2 (4 Credits)
PR356 Set and Run Booklet Making Machinery Level 2 (5 Credits)
PR002 Promote and Maintain Health and Safety in a Print Related Working Environment Level 3 (4 Credits)
PR004 Maintain Print equipment in working order Level 3 (6 Credits)
PR666 Manage Auto-fed Sewing Machinery Level 3 (7 Credits)
PR659 Manage Mail Processing Machinery Level 3 (5 Credits)
PR657 Manage Guillotines Level 3 (9 Credits)
PR663 Manage Folding Machinery Level 3 (8 Credits)
PR691 Manage Carton Enhancing Machinery Level 3 (7 Credits)
PR408 Set and Run Slitting and Re-reeling Machinery Level 2 (3 Credits)

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact British Printing Industries Federation Ltd directly.

Last updated date: 08 September 2015

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