But what’s all the hype about?
HTEC CNC Teacher Training is an investment in your professional development that allows you to give back. These courses will advance your personal expertise, and boost your comfort level with Haas CNC controls, machine setup and tooling, and programming know-how. And did I mention NIMS certification, too? By increasing your skills, you not only improve your program, but also enhance the student experience, as well. Teacher Training Courses are available at several locations, including: Vincennes University in Indiana, Danville Community College in Virginia, DeAnza College in Northern California, and Orange Coast College in Southern California.
Let’s take Vincennes University (VU), for example. In the next 6 months alone, there are 12 scheduled classes, ranging from level-1 mill and lathe to level-2 mill and lathe, as well as their newly added introductory courses, which focus independently on mill or lathe. The next upcoming class, “CNC Milling/Turning: Programming, Setup, and Operation Level 1”– which also happens to be the most popular – still has spots open, and is scheduled for January 28 – February 2, 2019 and February 18 – February 23, 2019. In addition to the Level-1 course, the new “Introduction to CNC Milling” course kicks off February 2–8, 2019. VU’s full schedule is available online, along with course descriptions and registration details.
Visit the VU HTEC Teacher Training page to view training program descriptions, registration, and availability. Check out their benefits page and select read more to see the testimonials. VU is only one of four locations for HTEC Teacher Training in the United States, so there may be opportunities even closer to you. Check out the list of teacher training programs on the HTEC website.