April 11, 2013
specializes in professional development and training courses for employees from a cross section of aerospace, engineering, communications and defense industries, with an emphasis on government contractors. As such, the company is in tune with the technical knowledge requirements, both immediate and future, of employers within these sectors. Visitors to the ATIcourses website can now view a list of 25 courses that represent the
hottest technical training topics
in the ATI catalog. Interested visitors can even inspect sample course material for each of these hot topics as part of determining which courses best suit their needs.
Major topic areas within ATI's list of hot technical training topics include: 1) acoustic, noise and sonar; 2) radar, missiles and defense; 3) space, satellite and aerospace; 4) engineering, analysis and signal processing; and 5) project management and system engineering. Within these topic areas are specific courses such as "Earth Station Technology," "Modern Missile Analysis" and "Underwater Acoustics Modeling and Simulation." Courses offered by ATI are designed for individuals who have already attained industry credentials and are actively contributing to their respective disciplines.
"We believe these high-demand topics represent areas of strong growth within the defense, aerospace and engineering sectors. As
seeks to tighten its purse strings and get more bang for its government contract buck, it will be more important than ever for professional and technical workers not to fall behind in their knowledge," remarked ATIcourses President
. "Our training material and courses are constantly assessed to ensure that they meets the current needs of real professionals."
ATIcourses generated its list of hot topics based on data culled from user downloads. Sample material from actual courses is available in the form of pdf documents that visitors can download, print or view onsite. Each sample consists of a course description and outline, information about the instructor and example reading materials or lecture notes. In short, the samples offer an adequate glimpse of what each course will offer in terms of content and intellectual rigor.