Australian Sign & Graphics Association

The Association provides its members with continued support and technical information especially in areas of employee wage levels, legal advice and WHS documentation.

Welcome to Australian Sign & Graphics Association

The Australian Sign & Graphics Association is the peak body representing Signmakers, Engravers, Sign Installers, Signwriters, Graphic Designers, Sign Educators and Apprentices who use sign making equipment such as digital printing machines, engraving, laser and routing equipment, LEDs and neon products. The primary aims are to build a professional industry through providing a useful resource identity and providing ongoing education and training. ASGA members are represented in every state of Australia and beyond.

ASGA has strong industry ties to Visual ConnectionsFESPA Australia and to the New Zealand Sign & Display Association (NZSDA) and a number of other industry affiliates.

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Latest News

ASGA Targets Career Expos for Showcasing Signage as an Exciting Career Option

7 August 2022

John Watters and Tina Mavris (AusSIP) will be representing ASGA at the Apprenticeship/Traineeship & Jobs Expos being held across NSW in August and September as well as the Perth SkillsWest Careers & Employment Expo from the 25th to the 27th of August. “Career expos offer the opportunity for students, job seekers and career changers of…

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New WHS laws in WA in effect from 31 March 2022

1 April 2022

The McGowan Government’s new Work Health and Safety (WHS) laws commenced yesterday aimed at improving protections for all Western Australian workers. The new laws bring together WHS for general industry, mines and petroleum operations under a single act. The new laws recognise modern work relationships such as subcontractors and gig economy workers, and introduces the term ‘person…

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Current employers have an opportunity to contribute the ACT Skills Needs list for 2022-2023

10 March 2022

Currently there is no Certificate III Signs & Graphics course delivered in ACT. If your business is one that is affected by skills shortages, your feedback may assist in addressing this situation. Every year, the ACT Government reviews the Skills Needs List to ensure that it reflects the changing skills needs of businesses in the…

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