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Power Up: It's a Mother-Daughter Thing!

In October 2015, Central Six Development Council Alabama Workforce Council Region 4, Girls Inc. of Central Alabama, Robins & Morton and AIDT/AWTC formed a collaborative partnership to present “Power UP: It’s a Mother Daughter Thing!” The first year was a tremendous success with over 300 attendees, employer partners and training providers.  Our second annual event promises to educate, engage and encourage more mothers and daughters to explore career opportunities in the construction industry through one on one dialogue with successful women and employers in the field of construction and also hands on activities which reflect real-world scenarios.

Power Up Founder: Mittie Cannon, Ed.D
Special Guest: Kayleen McCabe

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Register for The 2016 National Robotic Arc Welding Conference

The 2016 National Robotic Arc Welding Conference is an annual conference featuring prominent welding professionals and manufacturers. The conference will be held April 11-13th 2016 at the Alabama Robotic Technology Park. Register Today !

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Topics to be covered include:  Robotic Interfacing, Robotic Spot Welding with Servo Guns and MFDC, Advances in Resistance Welding, New functions of Robot Controllers, The use of MFDC power – leading to lighter weight robotic spot guns, and an introduction to Machine Vision.

Alabama Robotic Technology Park
6505 U.S. Hwy 31
Tanner, AL 35671
256-642-2600
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AWTC to train next generation of manufacturers and techies

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It’s taken four decades, but Birmingham now has its own permanent Alabama Workforce Training Center (AWTC) and it’s unlike any in the state.

AIDT held an open house earlier this month, declaring the 56,000-square-foot former warehouse at 3500 Sixth Ave. S. open, although it is already training workers for construction, manufacturing and other industries.

Ed Castile, director of AIDT, the state’s leading workforce training agency, said although it has been a long time coming, the Birmingham AWTC is a welcome addition to the 11 other AIDT training sites around the state.

“This is our first time in our 40-plus years at AIDT to have a facility in Birmingham,” Castile said. “We’ve rented space for years off and on, but this is now a fixed-base facility. There is just such a need....

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written by Alabama Newscenter on October 1, 2015 at 1:21PM CDT

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