Hone your technical skills and satisfy PD requirements with on-site training from AET Labs. 

Attending one of our workshops or events is an ideal way to get up-to-the-minute knowledge of technologies that will streamline, expand and inspire STEAM learning opportunities in your classroom. 

AET Labs offers a variety of technical training programs to assist New England educators in getting the most from their equipment purchases. From on-site industry-certification programs to remote one-day technical workshops, we’ve got the resources and the experts on-deck to guide you.

 

 

New Winter 2019 workshops include:


 

Intro to Fusion 360 – Click here

Want to get into CAD modeling but don’t know where to start? This six-hour class will cover the basics of Fusion 360, a professional-grade CAD modeling program that’s free to students and educators!  We’ll show you several small projects that are perfect for shops with 3D printers and/or laser cutters.

Lexington, MA – January 8, 2019

Nashua, NH – January 22, 2019

 

Workshops run 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. and cost $150 each.

 

 


 

Some of our past topics have included:

  • How to use Programmable Logic Controllers
  • Pneumatics and Hydraulics
  • Mechatronics Systems
  • Principles of Industrial Automation
  • 3D Scanning Applications
  • Siemens Advanced Manufacturing Certification
  • Applied Laser Engraving and Cutting
  • CNC Router Applications
  • Beginning and Advanced 3D Printing and Scanning
  • Wire Bending Applications
  • Computer Aided Design (CAD)
 
We support and train educators throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Rhode Island and Connecticut. Contact us today for more information and to keep up-to-date on our upcoming workshop opportunities!
 

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