AART – An Association for Apprenticeship and Technical Training
The American Apprenticeship Round Table was formed in 1943 by training executives of certain metal working industries. Its initiatives were to foster more effective training techniques and assist in practical solutions of training problems of member companies. The results we see through these exchanges, ideas, and round table discussions are proof of this group’s success over the years.
The principle objective of the AART is to assist its member companies in meeting their requirements for an ample number of technically informed and skilled employees through comprehensive, carefully planned, and effectively managed industrial training programs.
Benefits of being a member include sharing ideas, opportunity for networking, problem-solving, benchmarking, surveys, and the professional connections and sharing of best practices at our Annual Meeting.
Contact us today to learn more about AART, and see if there might be a good fit for you and your company.