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Yoobee students win at 2014 Pride in Print Awards

Yoobee students win at 2014 Pride in Print Awards

Yoobee students industry project gets the Gold!

Christchurch, 30 May 2014 - The Pride in Print Awards was recently hosted in Auckland and two talented Yoobee graduate’s work achieved a Gold award in the Promotional Category. It was their design that was entered by Adprint that won gold for excellence in printing.

Graduates Harrison Lazarides and Jacqui Leigh studied the Digital Media Advanced (DMA) programme at Yoobee’s Wellington campus in 2013 and were involved in this project as part of their industry module during their course work. “The collaboration with our industry partner Adprint, and the client Blue Carrot Catering proved to be a winning combination, says Yoobee National Programme Manager, Tania Hannah.

“Having this industry module in the DMA programme gave our students a real life project, preparing them for the workforce. We are very proud of the quality of work they produced and stoked that along with Adprint, their efforts received a Gold award”.

Since graduating Jacqui has scored a great role as a Designer with Lincoln University Student Association and Harrison is working for DPod Printing in Wellington.

ACG Yoobee School of Design congratulates all of the winners from the 2014 Pride in Print Awards.

About the Pride in Print Awards
The Pride in Print Awards are held yearly promoting excellence in print in New Zealand. These Awards are recognition for the best in printing and packaging and embody a culture of excellence aimed at meeting the needs of the customer year after year. The end result is that print buyers and consumers have the chance to see what innovative techniques are being tried and who is producing the best of the best each year.

About ACG Yoobee School of Design
ACG Yoobee School of Design, formerly Natcoll Design Technology, is a leading New Zealand provider of specialist digital design training. Established in Christchurch in 1997, Yoobee delivers vocationally based diploma courses at its campuses in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. In addition to this Yoobee delivers the Open Polytechnic’s Bachelor of Applied Science on its Auckland campus. Yoobee also offers part time courses, online learning and professional teaching and learning resources. Yoobee is a NZQA approved, category one provider. Yoobee is part of the Academic Colleges Group (ACG).

ACG is a leading independent education provider with approximately 5,000 students currently attending its ten schools, and 800 staff in 3 countries. ACG delivers Pre School, primary, secondary, English language and foundation studies for the University of Auckland and AUT University. ACG also owns private international schools in Vietnam and Indonesia.

To find out more about our courses visit www.yoobee.ac.nz

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