WIDS and GTC Co-Present at NCATC Conference
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WIDS and GTC Co-Present at NCATC Conference

How are you preparing students for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)? The ability to manage highly automated manufacturing systems incorporating intelligent processing is essential for workers entering skill-intensive Industry 4.0 jobs. Gateway Technical College (GTC) presents a case study that explains how they partnered with two neighboring Wisconsin Technical Colleges to define essential skills and abilities in colloration with global and regional industry leaders. In less than five months GTC built the curriculum. 

Dr. Nancy Chapko - Instructional Designer at Gateway Technical College and Kim Vosicky - Learning Design Consultant at WIDS will be co-presenting at this year's NCATC 30th Annual Conference. Join them as they share the process and tool used to build the Advanced Manufacutring Technology AAS program and courses. 

Connecting Learners to Opportunity: Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)
Thursday, 9/20 at 10:00 am in Center Street B - Hilton Cleveland Downtown


Stop by the WIDS booth in the Conference Exhibit Hall any time Wednesday or Thursday. Learn more about our system's ability to design, align, and manage curriculum across your organization. 
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