PITTSBURG, Kan. - Looking to give a member of your sales, marketing, or executive staff a better understanding of the woodworking industry’s manufacturing processes?
Register them for the upcoming Woodworking Technology Industry Institute (WTII) Boot Camp, January 9-13, 2017!
The WMIA-sponsored Boot Camp, held at Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, KS, is a wood processing industry overview. It’s a unique project-based program that provides an exposure-level curriculum and hands-on approach to several of the industry’s fundamental wood processing applications, and the machinery used in those manufacturing processes. Topics to be covered include: AutoCAD, CAM Software, CNC, Wood Science, Primary Processing, Finishing, Veneering, Cabinetry, Machine Woods, Tool Technology, Millwork, and Facilities Management.
Registration for the January 2017 session is now open, and there are still a few slots available. WMIA members receive a $450 discount; the $1950 tuition includes hotel, meals, course, and project materials.
Don’t miss what one past participant referred to as, “an excellent learning experience for the seasoned wood industry professional, or a new hire for a company. The amount of knowledge obtained in one week is unbelievable.”
For more information, or to enroll, visit http://wtii.net.
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