ATS (Adaptive Technology Solutions) and its free training program, “Manufacturing Pays,” receives an endorsement from Beavercreek, Ohio, City Councilman Brian Jarvis during a recent interview.
“I fully support Manufacturing Pays. People like Dick Allen, owner of ATS, and all his employees that make this program available to individuals looking for a career in manufacturing deserve our full support. This free training program offers returning veterans and individuals looking for an opportunity in manufacturing the necessary fundamental CNC skills. We must have a skilled workforce to continue growing our local economy. If we are to remain competitive in the coming years, our workers need to be prepared with up-to-date skills that local businesses need. Manufacturing Pays deserves the support of our entire community.”
The initial free training program will be held the week of November 4, Monday through Friday, from 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. This 5-day program provides attendees with basic CNC knowledge. Attendees will learn the skills needed to program G-code, CAM and Edgecam Workflow.
Space is limited. To register and secure your place in this free training program, go to ATScnc.com/manufacturingpays.
Training will take place at: Adaptive Technology Solutions, 3171C Beaver Vu Dr., Beavercreek, Ohio 45434
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