CCT - Instructor Course - Will be scheduled based on COVID 19 Situation Updates moving into Spring 2021. Course is in person and due to health and safety restrictions it cannot be scheduled until facility and safe operations are determined.
Course requires a current CCT Certification in one or more specialty areas prior to course date.
This 2.5 day, onsite Certified Composites Technician Instructor course is an opportunity for current CCT qualified individuals to become qualified instructors. Engage with attendees from throughout the industry, learn new techniques and interact with industry experts from all market segments. The 2.5 day course will combine classroom training technics with hands on exercises in a composites manufacturing laboratory processing to reinforce and show practical technics to deliver instruction. The class will include student hands on evaluated instructional training delivery and a written exam that challenges attendees to show knowledge in the practical, learning theory and technical skills covered during the course. Participants who successfully complete the course are certified to teach CCT study courses and administer the CCT exams to candidates. These CCT- Instructors (CCT-I) will be able to take the learned skills and provided materials back to their company, school and throughout the industry to deliver more effective and engaging training.
Candidates must have an active CCT certification as a prerequisite to earn the CCT - Instructor designation. (CCT-I)
Enrolled Candidates will receive email confirmation and information regarding course transportation, accomodation and background info 30 to 60 days prior to the course dates in order to prepare for needed materials and travel accomodations.
All necessary materials aside from those listed below will be provided onsite upon arrival.
Please be sure to bring study guides for the CCT programs in which you are certified, and a laptop, pad or device that can access the internet via wifi provided by the facility; your personal device will be used to support all of your work and for the final, onsite test.
Instructional work from all areas of the composites industry is part of the laboratory experience. All attendees must wear closed toe shoes and full-length pants for course manufacturing application lab training. If you work frequently in spray up instruction, you are encouraged to bring your personal spray mask. Ventilated spray areas in training facility will be used for gelcoat, resin and any open molding processing.
Registration includes lunch, coffee and snacks during the course days. Should you have any dietary restrictions or allergies, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate them.
Your instructors and the Polynt-Reichhold team welcome you!
Andrew Pokelwaldt, MS, CCT- I | ACMA Director, Certification
Larry Cox, CCT-I
For questions regarding the CCT Program or to determine your eligibility, contact ACMA's CCT Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.