X-Rite, Incorporated is taking a new training program on the road this spring to 10 U.S. cities and Canada that supplements the company's popular Fundamentals of Color and Appearance (FOCA) by providing hands-on training on sample measurement, data collection and reporting for quality control.
The new Fundamentals of Instrumentation and Quality Control (FIQC) one-day seminar is a response to customers who have a working knowledge of color theory and want to learn more about how to prepare samples, interpret data, set tolerances and store and retrieve data. Both seminars are aimed at helping quality control and assurance professionals, lab technicians, parts suppliers, pre-media and digital pressroom personnel and manufacturing specifiers on how to evaluate and approve colors in their workflows.
Experts at X-Rite Color Services will teach the day-long seminars starting in February in Chicago; Nashville, Tenn.; Cincinnati; Clemson, S.C.; Rochester, N.Y.; Baltimore; Los Angeles; St. Louis; Toronto, Canada; Milwaukee, Wis. and Portland, Ore. X-Rite is the world's leading designer and manufacturer of color measurement instrumentation and software, as well as a provider of related training and support services. The corporation is the parent company of Pantone LLC, known worldwide for its standard language of accurate color communication in the graphic arts and other industries.