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Integrated Manufacturing Systems Troubleshooting: Instructor Training

Instructors from M-SAMC schools participated in the Integrated Manufacturing Systems 3-day course. The course introduced the instructors to today’s automated integrated systems technology, and to troubleshooting methodology that can be directly applied to the maintenance of equipment. The purpose of the course was to ensure instructors understand the full impact methodology of working and teaching with an Integrated Manufacturing System.

Select an instructor’s photo to see their Certificate of Completion and school association.

For more information about scheduling the Integrated Manufacturing Systems course, contact Callan Eschenburg.

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Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium (M-SAMC)

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