AMATROL'S INTERACTIVE ELEARNING | SETTING THE BAR IN TECHNICAL EDUCATION

Amatrol is the global leader in online career & technical education (CTE) courses with our training solutions being used in all 50 states and over 50 countries. Our staff of industry & educational experts, instructional designers, programmers, and graphic artists have created an amazing library of interactive eLearning. Utilizing WebGL, which enables our programmers to create custom interactions, our courses engage students and enhance their learning process. Check out our eLearning and virtual simulators demos!

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FEATURED TRAINING SOLUTIONS | SELECTED FROM OVER 500 COURSES

Amatrol’s extensive library of training solutions contains over 500 courses comprising thousands of individual lessons. We invite you to browse our website and check out our incredible range of technology training. We’ve selected just a few of our most popular training solutions to highlight here. Our representatives are available if you need more information or assistance in accessing your program needs.

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Amatrol - Massachusetts Ditches Unnecessary Degree RequirementsRead more +07 February 2024 By Duane Bolin in Featured, Skills Gap

Could Skills-Based Hiring Solve the Ongoing Labor Shortage?

“It’s so nice to be fully staffed,” said no manager ever. Wouldn’t that be great, though? Can you imagine your workplace having all the highly skilled workers it needs to function efficiently and effectively, taking advantage of available opportunities and being proactive rather than reactive? If there’s one thing that has plagued industries across the
Amatrol Regional Training Center Making a DifferenceRead more +17 January 2024 By Duane Bolin in Case Study, Featured

Is It Ever Too Late to Find the Career for You?

“You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” That popular adage may or may not apply to teaching Fido to fetch or roll over, but it certainly doesn’t apply to humans searching for the right career. That’s the powerful lesson AmSkills is teaching as it continues to improve lives in the Tampa Bay area. One
Amatrol - Manufacturers Still Struggling to Fill Open PositionsRead more +10 January 2024 By Duane Bolin in Featured, Skills Gap

Manufacturers Still Struggling to Fill Open Positions

Manufacturers Must Retain and Attract Workers to Battle Ongoing Labor Shortage    As 2023 winds to an end and 2024 begins, it’s good to take a closer look at how manufacturers have been faring with the ongoing struggle to fill open positions. It’s no secret that manufacturers here and around the world have been battling
Instructor Profile Scott WeilerRead more +10 January 2024 By Duane Bolin in Featured, Profile

Taking Learners from Playful Enquiry to Professional Qualifications

Instructor Profile: Scott Weiler Have you heard the news? American manufacturing is back! And when it comes to new high-tech manufacturing facilities, Arizona is the place to be. Here’s just a sample of the facilities in Arizona that are under construction or have been announced: Intel’s semiconductor plants in Chandler Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC)’s
Amatrol - Is Your Training Program Set Up for SuccessRead more +28 December 2023 By Duane Bolin in Featured, Skills Gap

Is Your Training Program Set Up for Success?

In-House Training: Why It’s Valuable and How It Can Go Wrong   Should industrial employers provide ongoing training for their employees? How that question gets answered usually depends upon who you ask. Studies show that employees see ongoing training as a desired benefit. Unfortunately, many employers see training as an unnecessary cost. When you look
Manufacturing Offers Opportunities, ChallengesRead more +07 December 2023 By Duane Bolin in Featured, Manufacturing

Manufacturing Offers Opportunities, Challenges

Why Consider a Career in Manufacturing? Here’s What Manufacturing Workers Say If you work in the manufacturing industry or are involved in training the next generation of workers, there’s one fact you’re well aware of: manufacturing needs more highly skilled workers. The “skills gap” problem has existed for years and continues today. Modern manufacturers simply
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