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FLEXO Magazine : July 2012
careers. Level II is where FIRST methodology really begins to take shape. This next step in certification is designed to acknowl- edge those who have achieved a fundamental level of prepress operations, including working with Adobe® Creative Suite, as well as other desktop applications. Before taking the Level II ex- amination, individuals must meet all prerequisite skills and have already completed the Level I certification course. LEVEL III This certification level is the highest prepress certification offered by FTA and is designed to recognize those who have attained a high-degree of technical prepress operations, knowledge and skill. Students must demonstrate FIRST tech- niques for measuring and controlling print variables through- out the entire flexographic workflow, and must be familiar with FIRST specifications and how to implement them profi- ciently. Before taking the Level III examination, individuals must 36 FLEXO july 2012 www.flexography.org Color Viewing Conditions: Accurate consistent, visual perception of color requires viewing of proofs and printed samples in a standard, chromatically neutral, controlled environment. Plate inspection (OEC Graphics)