G7 Training - hosted by Ryerson University - Toronto, ON

G7 Training - hosted by Ryerson University - Toronto, ON
Ryerson University will be host to G7® Expert & Professional training at their School of Graphic Communications Management in Toronto, ON. Don Hutcheson, inventor of G7 and G7 Expert Trainer will lead instruction covering a multitude of print applications including digital, offset, wide format, and proofing color management as well as other production print technology. Attendees gain a thorough knowledge of the G7 methodology through hands on practical experience, discussion, and extensive review to become as G7 Experts or G7 Professionals.

Become a G7 Expert or G7 Professional by attending this in-depth hands-on training experience covering G7 for all print applications, hosted by a world renowed graphic communication institute. 

G7 Expert Trainer Instructor & Inventor
Don Hutcheson
  G7 Program Information
G7 Program Overview 
Why Print Providers Choose G7
G7 for Brands, Buyers & Creatives  
Visit the G7 website for additional program information.    

Host Location
School of Graphic Communications Management
Ryerson University
125 Bond Street, 3rd Floor
Toronto, ON M5B 1Y2 CANADA
Host Contact: Christopher Smyth
(416) 979-5000

Travel Information Available Here

Training Schedule
G7 Training Course Outline
Tuesday & Wednesday: 8:30am - 5pm
Thursday: 8:30am - 4pm
Laptops are welcome but not necessary.

Registration Options (Sign In to Register)
  • G7 Expert - $2,500.00
  • G7 Professional - $2,000.00
    G7 is Idealliance’s global industry-leading set of specifications for achieving visual similarity across all print processes currently being drafted into ISO 12647-2. Earn certification as a global leader serving the print supply chain. 

    Questions? Please contact:
    Jordan Gorski
    Vice President of Global Certification Programs, Idealliance 
    +1 (703) 837-1096

    *Schedule subject to change. Course content and order may be altered.
    5/14/2019 - 5/16/2019

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