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HTEC 2016 - CNC Educators Training Conference - The Next Dynamic Decade: Making Complicated Easy

Central Maine Community College: July 18-21, 2016
Monday, July 18, 2016

HTEC members from across North America will gather in Auburn, Maine for the 10th Annual Americas CNC Educators HTEC Conference hosted by Central Maine Community College. Start planning now to join fellow CNC educators. Conference registration fee for educators is still only $150. Payment for registration is by credit card only. Visa, Mastercard or American Express Two HTEC Conference Hotels already have rooms blocked for the conference with special rates. Early room reservations are strongly recommended, as July is the peak of the Maine tourist season. Just click on Documents in the Conference Resources box at the right. Monday Workshops are detailed in one of those documents. You will select which Monday Workshops you would like to attend at the time of registration.


Sixth Annual Texas Educator's Machining Conference

St.. Philip's College, San Antonio, Texas -- Friday, 20 May 2016
Friday, May 20, 2016

Join other colleagues to learn/share your educational, research, or administrative experiences in machining related fields. Meet industrial representatives/experts to learn new technologies and available educational tools.


Great Lakes Haas HTEC Conference

Delta College, Saginaw MI
Thursday, April 21, 2016

Thursday April 21, 2016 Join educators, vendors and manufactures in the Great Lakes Region to share and learn about the latest tools and trends in education and manufacturing. Co-sponsored by HFO Gerotech, Rollomatic and Great Lakes Bay Manufactures Assocation, this conference features: industry speakers, lab demonstrations and tours. Presentations by: Edge Factor, Immerse2Learn – Learn CNC working sessions, Auto Desk, Zeiss CMM educational training software, Cam Instructor, Tooling U working sessions and vendor and partner exhibits. This conference will coincide with Michigan Manufacturing Local chapter organizations giving educators and business owners a chance to discuss issues related to CNC Machining and Training.


7th Midwest Regional CNC Educators HTEC Conference - Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky & West Virginia

Gene Haas Training and Education Center- Lebanon, Indiana: April 14th, 2016
Thursday, April 14, 2016

Registration is now open for the 7th Midwest CNC Educators Regional Conference and 1st Educators Conference at the new Gene Haas Training and Education Center located in Lebanon, Indiana. Just a few miles north of metropolitan Indianapolis, the new facility shares space with HFO Midwest, and contains three manufacturing training programs. Along with the featured Vincennes University CNC Machinist Now 15 week training program, we have an Industrial Maintenance program serving many Indiana based and global companies, and a new Metrology program. The festivities will include facility tours, vendor partner exhibits and presentations. More details to follow. We are pleased to have you visit the new facility and immerse yourself with others who share your commitment to giving future machinists a solid foundation on which to build their future and the future of the United States of America.


9th North Carolina HTEC 2016 Spring Conference

Randolph Community College
Thursday, April 7, 2016

Join HTEC Educators from across North Carolina to share and learn about the latest tools and trends in Haas education and partnerships. Vendors will have presentations on new products and all instructors will participate in roundtable discussions on the NC curriculum updates. Sponsored by Phillips Corporation / Jeffreys Division Haas Factory Outlet / A Division of Jeffreys


HTEC - Machining ,Manufacturing, CTE and Stem Educators Conference - Florida 2016

Suncoast Technical College - Weds - Mar 9 , 2016 - 8am- 3pm
Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Free Online registration is now open! .......... ......... special appearance by Jeremy Bout from Edge Factor......... ENTER DRAWING FOR GRAND PRIZE _ HAAS TABLETOP CONTROL SIMULATOR....... Join educators to share and learn about the latest tools and trends in CNCand Manufacturing education and partnerships. The mission of the Haas Technical Education Center network is to promote and advance manufacturing and productivity through excellence in manufacturing education. Our vision is to collectively develop and disseminate the best educational materials and techniques in the world for advanced manufacturing education. Suncoast Technical College of Sarasota is hosting the 1st Annual Florida Haas Technical Education Center HTEC - CNC educators conference. This conference is open to manufacturing educators and administrators including High School, Technical College, Community College and Universities. All schools with all CNC brands can participate as we share our experiences. We will also have guest speakers from Career Edge Funders and Florida Advanced Technological Education Center (FLATE). Also discussion sessions with FL-DOE frameworks, NIMS and Skills Florida. Tours of our STC Precision Machining CNC Automation program throughout the day. Luncheon will be served as well.


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