- the creation of a defined curriculum framework
- support of multiple career paths
- creation of talent with relevant skills
- improved activation by industry in near and long term
Chesney is the first of several invited panelists to confirm participation. Others will be announced soon. “This session is not intended to be another panel where our industry partners share what they are doing. This session should actually get us going on the road to great techs,” Chesney added.
The NASTF Spring 2017 General Meeting will be held in conjunction with the Equipment & Tool Institute’s Tool Tech 2017 presented later in that week at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel in New Orleans. No registration is necessary for the NASTF Spring 2017 General Meeting but registration is necessary to attend Tool Tech 2017 events. Visit http://etools.org/ToolTech-2017-Registration to register for ETI Tool Tech 2017.
The entire afternoon meeting will be webcast by iATN from www.nastf.org and will be recorded for future viewing from the NASTF YouTube page, www.youtube.com/NASTFdotORG.
More information and the agenda for the NASTF Spring 2017 General Meeting is available at www.nastf.org/GeneralMeetings.