Manufacturing Trade Group Puts Training Online

Jan. 13, 2005
In an effort to improve education and training for U.S. manufacturing employees, the National Assn. of Manufacturers (NAM) this month launched a new Internet-based service that provides online training. Among the current offerings at www.namvu.com are ...

In an effort to improve education and training for U.S. manufacturing employees, the National Assn. of Manufacturers (NAM) this month launched a new Internet-based service that provides online training. Among the current offerings at www.namvu.com are basic math for electricians, introduction to hydraulics, how to offer exceptional customer service, and a course on how to make rapid improvements in manufacturing.

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