Essentials of Book Production
Learn about the the key stages involved in the production and manufacture of a book
This is an excellent all round introduction and re-cap of the main stages involved in the production and manufacturing of a book. Whatever your role in publishing, understanding the terminology and knowing how your books are produced will help your overall effectiveness. A packed day with lots of interactive exercises and examples throughout.
What skills do I need to do this course?
This is an entry level course, so no previous experience is required.
Suitable for anyone new to the publishing industry; junior production staff, editors, designers, marketing, sales, administrative, HR, PR.
Eunice Paterson – 30 years print production experience
Eunice has worked in print production for 30 years for companies as diverse as Dorling Kindersley and Sage Publications.
Eunice has extensive production experience having worked on children’s magazines, pop-up books, children’s books with books plus elements, illustrated coffee table books, fiction, academic books and journals. Such a wide range of products has given Eunice experience of hand assembly, web and sheet fed litho, digital and ink jet production.
Over her career, Eunice has worked extensively with printers in the Far East, Middle East, Europe, USA and Canada.
Teresa Solomon – Colour Expert and Training Consultant
Teresa is highly experienced in colour and the technicalities of book production. She worked on the Production side in book publishing for many years before moving to Imago.
She has worked closely troubleshooting colour and print problems with printers, repro, production and designers for many years. For the last 15 years Teresa has worked for Imago developing training courses for the Imago Training School and is one of Imago’s colour experts.
Teresa is now closely involved in developing new courses for Imago and is also a ‘go-to’ person for production issues and Consultancy.
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