The Barnes Group Advisors partners with i-AMdigital to deliver training

May 7, 2019

The Barnes Group Advisors (TBGA), an Additive Manufacturing consultancy headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, has partnered with i-AMdigital, an interactive platform designed to help individuals enhance their skills and career growth in the Additive Manufacturing industry. Under the agreement, TBGA will deliver training courses through i-AMdigital, in order to provide professionals and organisations with the opportunity to expand their knowledge and skill set in AM.

i-AMdigital is said to offer the best learning content in one single platform and uses smart matching and active coaching to provide suitable courses, jobs, and content for each individual, based on their preferences and previous experience in Additive Manufacturing. The company states that its goal is to help professionals up-skill and make a difference within the Additive Manufacturing industry.

Alison Wyrick Mendoza, Business Leader for Additive Manufacturing Training at TBGA, stated, “We are excited to continue to collaborate on the development and delivery of new learning content for both individuals and enterprise.”


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