2020, Steve Fogarty, TAFE SA.

2020, Julie Rochester, ex ASGA President and sign business owner.

Drawing enthusiasts - watch Graeme McCullough talk about how he applied his graphic talents to carve out a successful sign writing career. 

The graphic design and sign manufacturing industry is one of the largest manufacturing industries in Australia. Signage companies manufacture a diverse range of products using many different technologies. Signage products are everywhere and include vehicle wraps, illuminated signs, engraving, 3-Dimensional signs, pylon signs, advertising billboards and window graphics. 

The industry needs people with practical skills to manage and control the Sign Manufacturing process where hands-on skills and a certain amount of creativity merge as one. People with similar abilities are needed to manufacture and install the finished Signage product. The sign industry uses computers for most of the manufacturing and design process so for people with some computer literacy and strong creative skills there are careers in designing signage and preparing them for manufacture.

Whether you are creative, practical or technology focussed you will find the graphic design and sign manufacturing industry exciting and dynamic.

For more information on training and apprenticeships in Australia visit the following pages:

Training: https://signs.org.au/Sign-Careers/Training

Apprenticeshipshttps://signs.org.au/Sign-Careers/Apprenticeships

Career expos: Industry Education Liaison managers, AusSIP, regularly represents ASGA at career expos across the country. If you would like to meet the team directly to learn more about career opportunities in the sign industry and training options, visit current events.

For general information:

apprenticeshipengagementforum.com.au 

www.signcareers.com.au