National organization selects Jefferson College Instructor to host NIMS training

(Jefferson County) Working with the Workforce Development and Employment Services department at Jefferson College, Precision Machine Technology program faculty member Matt West was recently chosen by the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) to host an instructor training workshop for technical machining programs at Missouri schools.

College spokesman Roger Barrentine has more.

Barrentine mentions having West teacher the class only proves the excellence and professionalism that Jefferson College staff have.

NIMS was formed in 1995 by the leading metalworking trade associations to develop and maintain a globally competitive American workforce.

The organization sets standards and skill levels needed to be successful in the machining portions of the manufacturing industry.