Future printing technicians study chemistry, physics, mathematics, information technologies, computer drawing, mechanics, publishing systems, printing technologies, chemistry of printing materials, fundamentals of automation, etc.
Practical studies are conducted in four stages: introductory–speciality, technological–speciality, production–technological and the final practice. The duration of practical studies is 20 weeks. During these studies, the skills required to work with computer publishing programmes and printing equipment, apply theoretical knowledge when solving technological tasks and organise the technological process, etc., are consolidated and improved.
The publishing and printing study programme is aimed at people who have secondary education and seek to be technicians.