You have heard that technical training is very important, but it often takes a back seat to doing the “real work.” Wait, what? Isn’t keeping abreast in your field part of your “real work”? Doesn’t keeping current in your field better allow you to continue performing at your peak, and allow your company to continue to thrive? Technical Training is important, especially during the current fiscal climate.
Technical Training Companies, like Applied Technology Institute, are here to help. If you are a scientist or engineer, we probably have courses that you will find useful and interesting. You can view our offerings at www.aticourses.com
You have heard that technical training is too expensive. Wait, what? The return on your investment in technical training can be immense, so the cost should not be a factor. Maybe ATI can help here.
You have heard that technical training often is not what is promised, or that the instructor turned out to be a real dud. Wait, what? Maybe ATI can help here too.
ATI recently introduced “Free Short Sessions.” These sessions are live virtual previews of an upcomimg ATI course, presented by the actual instructor. As the name implies, they are totally free, and as the name also implies, they are short, one hour in duration. We hold these Free Short Sessions during the mid-day ( Eastern Time ), so that many of our students can attend them with a sandwich in their hand during their lunch break. These sessions allow students to see what will be covered in the full course, and it allows them to meet the Instructor. After the short session, the student will know what to expect.
ATI has been conducting two or three Free Short Sessions per month since last Fall, and everyone seems to be very happy with them. Even if you have no intention of taking the course, consider attending the Free Session so you can become a little smarter on the topic. Who knows, ATI and the instructor may even convince you to sign up for the course.
You can find a complete schedule of upcoming ATI courses, including our Free Short Sessions, at www.aticourses.com . You can also register for courses and short sessions from that page.
We hope to see you at an upcoming Free Short Session. Feel free to bring a sandwich, and a friend. Dress code is casual.