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ITM Instructor Workshop - Pima Community College

Learn to incorporate NIMS industry standards and industry-recognized credentials into curriculum: pneumatics, hydraulics, electrical systems/electrical control systems, maintenance operations, basic mechanical systems, and process control systems.

Designed for maintenance and mechatronics instructors, the workshop prepares attendees to test students for NIMS credentials, includes theoretical and hands-on activities, lesson plans, and equipment reviews. Plus, attendees earn up to two credentials.
March 16, 2020 - March 20, 2020
8:00am-4pm MST
Pima Community College
Pima Community College
1255 N Stone Ave
Building ST
Tucson, AZ 85709
$1200/person
More Information
Contact: Please send your contact info (name, org, and email) to Tiah Taylor at ttaylor@nims-skills.org.
Registration Deadline: February 21, 2020

Please Note: Minimum 6 participants must register in order for the workshop to be held. Registration Deadline is February 21, 2020. NIMS will not reimburse travel costs. We encourage participants to book travel after the registration deadline has passed and workshop is confirmed.

Investment Covers:

  • NIMS registration¬†and exam fees
  • NIMS facilitator
  • Classroom Implementation Guide
  • NIMS-endorsed Goodheart- Willcox Industrial Maintenance and Mechatronics textbook

ITM Instructor Workshop PDF

Industry wants people who are comfortable working with technology-driven machines. One hour of downtime could cost a company a half million dollars.
Pat Riddle Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Maintenance Program Coordinator, Pellissippi State Community College