Advanced Inspection and Manufacturing Mobile Training Unit (AIM-MTU)

Advanced Inspection and Manufacturing Mobile Training Unit (AIM-MTU)

Don’t spend extra time and money sending your employees out for training. Let the training come to you with the AIM-MTU, from the Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC). The AIM-MTU is a 53-foot classroom on wheels that travels across Washington State to provide just-in-time advanced manufacturing and inspection training at your job site. The AIM-MTU, developed in collaboration with industry, gives you the opportunity to train your employees on location and on your schedule, while production continues. The AIM-MTU: -Combines training in design, production and inspection -Teaches your employees to operate state-of-the-art advanced inspection and manufacturing equipment

Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC)

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Washington State funded the creation of the Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC), an aerospace and advanced manufacturing apprenticeship program, to offer Washington State employers a prove...Washington State funded the creation of the Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC), an aerospace and advanced manufacturing apprenticeship program, to offer Washington State employers a proven method to capture the knowledge and skills of their most experienced tradespeople and pass it on to the next generation of productive employees. Apprenticeship combines supervised on-the-job training experience (93% of the time) with classroom instruction (7% of the time). According to employer need, AJAC has developed and implemented the following registered apprenticeship programs: -Machinist (Aircraft-Oriented) -Aircraft Mechanic Airframe -Precision Metal Fabricator -Tool and Die Maker More

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