RGD Certification Virtual Information Session

13/09/2022
Learn more about the benefits of RGD Membership and the process that candidates go through to get Certified.

This session addresses all aspects of RGD's Certification Process including who is eligible, how to submit an application, how to prepare for the Online Test and Portfolio Interview. We'll also explain the value of going through the process, the benefits of Membership and answer any and all questions!

 

Catherine Charbonneau RGD will be our special guest!

Passionate about the grid and typography, Catherine is a bilingual book designer based in Québec. Her core values are simplicity and inclusiveness. In 2014, Catherine obtained a bachelor in Design at Concordia University. She worked many years at Groupe d’édition la courte échelle as a designer and production manager where her work was recognized by Applied Arts and the Alcuin Society Book Design Awards.Eager to explore new subjects, she recently started the solopreneur adventure. Her high quality standards, attention to detail and organizational skills are assets that she likes to share with her collaborators to create work that exceeds expectations.

 

Date: Sept 13, 2022
Time: 2:00 - 3:00 pm EST

To attend virtually from anywhere in North America, register at https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_CinjXpVsSh-GulbnOksmjw


For more information on becoming a Certified RGD, visit the Certification section of our website or contact RGD's Director of Membership, Heidi Veri, at .

 

About RGD

RGD was created by the Ontario Government to accredit, often now referred to as certify, graphic designers. RGD is the only graphic design association in North America to have this type of government legislation and is the largest graphic design association in Canada.

A non-profit, RGD is dedicated to fostering cooperation, communication and community within the graphic design industry. We offer programs that educate, inform and encourage design practitioners, managers, educators and students and support designers in their efforts to be valued and respected as vital partners of business, government and the non-profit sector.