For the second straight year in a row, Union Built PC, Inc. is thrilled to announce that it has reached the Platinum Training Partner Level with the National Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee - the highest level possible. At the 2010 NTI Trade Show, NJATC Executive Director Michael Callanan expressed his gratitude on behalf of the NJATC. "Once again, Union Built PC has shown that it is a true Training Partner, worthy of our support and ready to help our JATCs, IBEW Locals, and NECA contractors with their technology needs. Congratulations from all of us!"
"We're thrilled to be a training partner and sponsor of the NJATC," said Brandon Weber, Managing Partner of Union Built PC. "This award means a lot to us, and we really appreciate the opportunity to work with the NJATC and the JATCs nationwide, providing top-level training labs for apprentices and journeymen. Computer-based learning is where this industry is headed, and we know how to make it succeed."
Thousands of JATC Training Directors and Instructors, IBEW officers, and NECA representatives attended this trade show, the second year in Ann Arbor. It was followed by workshops and "train the trainer" classes presented by University of Michigan professors and staff. Union Built PC also presented some workshops on various aspects of technology throughout the week.
Union Built PC assembles its computers in the United States under union contract - IBEW Local 17. Its tech support is also union, here in the United States and in Canada; but our difference is in our quality. Clients come back to us year after year because we provide superior quality and workmanship, and we're committed to providing Technology Equipped Classrooms and many other technical solutions for JATCs, IBEW local unions, NECA contractors.
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