Amatrol announced this week that Ogeechee Tech is now an Amatrol Regional Training Center (RTC) in partnership with Technical Training Aids and will host two Instructor Training courses in 2023.
“Ogeechee Technical College is the epitome of what a commitment to excellence in technical training looks like. We are proud to have them as a partner in expanding the reach of the ATTI training classes that are the cornerstone of Amatrol’s commitment to providing worldclass equipment, curriculum, and training to instructors in an effort to change the world one life at a time,” said Kent Powell, Vice President of Sales at Amatrol.”
The annual ATTI courses are now open for registration. For more than 30 years, ATTI classes have delivered an advanced level of understanding for our training systems, eLearning, LMS, and more for instructors from across the country. For the first time, Amatrol is expanding its ATTI instructor training courses outside of our Jeffersonville, Indiana headquarters to Regional Training Centers, remote sites that deliver training on both technical subject matter and the implementation of Amatrol learning systems. This makes ATTI courses ideal for your instructors’ professional development and gets them up to speed faster by familiarizing them with Amatrol Learning Systems and methodologies.
The courses offered at Ogeechee Tech are:
- Fluid Power Basics – June 26 – June 30, 2023: This course is for college, industry, vocational, high school, and university level instructors who plan to teach basic concepts and skills in fluid power. Students who have no background in this field or desire to become familiar with Amatrol’s curriculum for this level will gain significantly from the course. It features hands-on familiarization with Amatrol’s basic and intermediate level fluid power training systems (850 models) and interactive multimedia curriculum.
- Motor Control Training– June 26 – June 30, 2023: This course is for college, industry, vocational and university level instructors who teach the basic concepts and skills of electrical motor control. The course features hands-on familiarization with Amatrol’s 85-MT5 Electric Motor Control training system and interactive multimedia curriculum. The 85-MT5 includes standard industrial-grade components.
Founded 1981, Amatrol is the world’s leader in skills-based, interactive technical learning. Our comprehensive learning solutions range from engaging high school students in the learning of basic science and math to teaching hands-on skills in the latest, highly sophisticated automation systems. Amatrol’s commitment to instructor training is unparalleled with 30+ years of experience and thousands of teachers trained.