Abaris offers reduced class sizes for onsite training
Minimum class size has been reduced to six students, to help companies access composites training while following coronavirus safety guidelines.
Source | Abaris
Abaris Training Resources Inc. (Reno, Nev., U.S.) recently announced that in light of restrictions placed on customer travel due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the company is modifying its policy to accommodate fewer students in classes held at client locations. The goal is to make its composite training both economical and convenient for students to access.
Starting June 15, 2020, any customer with six or more students needing advanced composite training will qualify for the newly structured terms of agreement that waive the current 10-student minimum policy for onsite classes. Abaris says this policy will allow more companies and organizations to obtain composites training while following health and safety protocols put in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
In addition to the reduced student count policy, Abaris says it is offering a three-day, all-classroom (minimum hands-on) version of some select five-day introductory courses. According to the company, while a course of this type does not provide as much tactile exposure for students, it can provide a fundamental understanding of composite materials for use in the workplace.