Training for Excellence

In cooperation with strong partners like curriculum provider Danville Community College, IALR’s Gene Haas Center for Integrated Machining offers top-rate advanced manufacturing training for both teachers and students. Precision machining high school and community college instructors can take their knowledge to the next level with Haas Automation’s certification program taught by IALR’s Haas Center, one of only five such certification centers in North America. Students looking to enter a growing occupation field abundant with competitive wages and opportunities will benefit from the Integrated Machining Technology training program, housed and financed by IALR, incorporating workplace experiential learning in an educational setting.

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HTEC Teacher Training

IALR’s Gene Haas Center for Integrated Machining is one of only five centers in North America certified to offer Haas Technical Education Center (HTEC) training and certification to high school and college precision machining instructors. Completers may earn NIMS certification as well as the reward of elevating their ability to educate today’s students with the technology and skills needed for tomorrow’s jobs. Curriculum and instruction are provided through a collaboration with Danville Community College.

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Integrated Machining Technology Training

IALR’s Gene Haas Center for Integrated Machining, led by experienced and nationally renowned staff, has garnered the attention of Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson and others as a benchmark model for precision machining workforce development. Completers of the college-level precision machining program enter this elite, advanced program to train in a full-scale manufacturing work flow cell to support a realistic, fully-integrated learning experience, preparing them for leadership positions within the industry. Advanced curriculum and instruction are provided through a collaboration with Danville Community College.

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