2-Day Trainings are FREE 
To NTMA Members & Their Employees

The initial trainings offered will be in February and held at De Anza College. Each class will be two 8 hour classes with morning refreshments and lunch will be included courtesy of the Chapter. So far, the following companies are participating in the free classes: TrueTech/ Celestica, Danco, ILM Tool, CA Brazing, CET, and BHJ. Classes are limited to 12 participants and there are only a couple of seats left. You only have a few days left to register for these valuable training sessions.

February Classes for NTMA members
 Intro to CNC Programming and G-Code2/10 & 2/17
 Intro to CMM – Manual and Automated – 2/11 & 2/18; download course outline here. Register for the class here

For more information or to sign up for a class, please call Mike Appio at 408-864-8283 or email him at appiomike@deanza.edu.

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