Training of “Legprom” cluster enterprises designers finishes in Penza
Penza, 15 December 2016. PenzaNews. Representatives of the Penza cluster of light industry “Legprom” as well as two teachers of multidisciplinary college improved their professional skills within the programme “Computer modeling of clothes in the Automated Design Programme Grafis” during three months.
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The results of the education organized by JCS Center of Cluster Development were summed up in the high technology park “Yablochkov” on Thursday, December 15.
As it was noted by the temporarily acting Minister of Industry of the Penza region Mikhail Antonov, such events as well as joint participation in exhibitions and organization of marketing researches are one of the advantages of consolidation of companies into a cluster.
“We have such a dynamic life that new technologies, software, equipment, and a lot of other interesting things appear in all spheres of the economy. The task of such events is to study this software, to use it in practice, to increase the workforce productivity, and finally, to make everything so that Penza, Russian, and foreign customers chooses the products of our manufacturers,” he noted.
Mikhail Antonov expressed the hope that the received knowledge will be applied in sewing factories of the region.
In turn, the certified teacher of the Moscow training centre “Kadrus” Alexandra Taglanova thanked the course listeners for the persistence and expressed her readiness for further collaboration.
Templates and specimen of new clothes models created within the programme were presented at the final event.
At the end of the official part, all participants were presented with diplomas stating that they completed the course, signed by the general director of JCS Center of Cluster Development Mikhail Lyashkov.
As it was reported earlier, the course participants studied the tools of fast modeling and making changes to a model with further automatic alteration of a template set, learned peculiarities of women, men and children clothes modeling within the programme “Computer modeling of clothes in the Automated Design Programme Grafis”.
It is supposed that the workers who completed the course will know how to make new clothes models in the modern programme environment. This will help to speed up the work on new models development in the modeling departments of the cluster sewing enterprises, to react to market changes fast, and to improve the clothes fitting quality within the whole size range.