Revised March 2013
OVERVIEW OF AMERICAN SCREEN PRINTING ASSOCIATION
American Screen Printing Association (ASPA) is a privately held corporation serving the global screen printing industry. Its purpose is to provide information on screen printing technology as well as training and certification programs. ASPA has thousands of members, certified screen printers, and graphic artists throughout the United States and worldwide. Visitors from over 150 countries regularly use our websites: www.aspaUSA.com and our member site: www.aspamembers.com.
American Screen Printing Association was founded with a threefold mission: (a). to be a “how-to” information resource for screen printing techniques. (b). to establish a screen printing competency standard through certification. (c). as an online directory for its members to promote their businesses and services to the world.
The ASPA Certification Program. | Professional recognition for screen printers.
The ASPA Certification Program is a service of American Screen Printing Association (ASPA) contributing to the advancement of screen printing for the benefit of the entire screen printing industry. ASPA established the Certification Program to recognize and raise the professional status of screen printers by providing a standard of professional competence. It is the only certification program in the industry for verifying screen printers' general knowledge of standards, practices, and procedures. The ASPA Certification Program is open to screen printers worldwide.
Membership to ASPA is open to screen printers worldwide.
ASPA was incorporated in October 2004. ASPA website was launched in April 2009.
Martin W. Berda, CSP | Founder and President
Linda A. Berda, M.S.Ed, CSP | Vice President
American Screen Printing Association Inc. (ASPA)
Box 37 | Renfrew, PA 16053-0037
Phone: (724) 886-3535