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3/20/2013

NIMS Accreditation 2013 Update

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So far, 2013 has brought a flurry of NIMS accreditation activity, including programs seeking accreditation and others pursuing renewal to an existing accreditation.

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The NIMS Accreditation Program ensures that training programs are teaching to industry standards to guarantee a bright, skilled workforce for tomorrow's precision machining industry. So far, 2013 has brought a flurry of accreditation activity, including programs seeking accreditation and others pursuing renewal to an existing accreditation. Five programs officially became accredited by NIMS.

Officially Accredited

Greater Lowell Technical High School
Symbol Training Institute
Wayne County Area Technology Center

Applications Submitted for First-Time Accreditation

Desoto County Career Tech Center (Southaven, MS)
State Fair Community College (Sedalia, MO)

Applications Submitted to Renew Accreditation

Ivy Tech Community College (South Bend, IN)
Linn State Technical College (Linn, MO)
Manufacturing Alliance Service Corp. (Waterbury, CT)
North Montco Technical Career Center (Lansdale, PA)
Pennsylvania College of Technology (Williamsport, PA)
Shawsheen Valley Technical High School (Billerica, MA)

Interested in accrediting YOUR training program?

NIMS works with educational institutions as well as in-house training programs in industry.
Contact Director of Accreditation Catherine Ross at cross@nims-skills.org or 703-352-4971.

 

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