ATS See Success with Manufacturing Pays

During the week of Nov 4th, ATS saw tremendous success with their initial ”Manufacturing Pays” event. This week long event provided individuals with the opportunity to learn the basic skills need for a career in manufacturing. The attendees were returning veterans, unemployed individuals, or individuals looking to improve upon their current employment situation with a job in manufacturing.

With more than 50 individuals signed up for the event, ATS sees this as a great opportunity to continue helping those who desire a career in manufacturing by offering this type of event in the Cincinnati and or Columbus area in early 2014. In addition, ATS has decided to add a level 2 course for those that completed the initial course. The second course will be a 2 or 3 day class where attendees will learn how to operate a CNC machine.

Attendees:
Although each attendee had their own reason for taking advantage of this free training, they all seemed to have the same thought process as Stephen Cullum, saying, “This FREE Training program gave me the opportunity to gain additional knowledge while expanding on what I already know, helping me secure a local manufacturing job.”

Many of the attendees found this training program to be extremely beneficial while hopefully using their Technical Learning Certificate to a successful career in manufacturing.

“I really enjoyed the hands-on training with highly-used industry software. I am confident this training will help me with my long term goal of obtaining a job in manufacturing,” says Jeffery Wing, attendee.

According to Thomas Mattox, attendee, “This program covered all of the basics needed for a career in manufacturing, everything up to and including the basics of G & M coding.”


Future Events
For updates on future events, go to www.ATScnc.com/manufacturingpays.

ATS
Dick Allen, Proprietor of ATS, has been a long supporter of manufacturing. With more than 40 years of experience, he is dedicated to giving back to an industry that has provided him with a career since the age of 17. During his 40+ years in the manufacturing industry, Allen has gone through the highs and lows, and knows that a solid background can provide for a lifetime of security.   

Allen started ATS in 1999 by utilizing his many years of experience in the manufacturing sector. Many years of real world experience along with staying on top of the latest technologies has benefited both ATS and their customers. Their commitment to providing customer solutions is the reason for the company’s long term success.   

“It has been a personal mission of ATS to help give back to the industry that has provided us with many years of success. That is why we are looking forward to a tour of Ohio with this series of training programs to help those individuals who desire a career in manufacturing," says Allen.

 

 

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