AIDT is seeking qualitifed applicants for a Intermediate Blueprint Reading Class.  The class will be held Tuesday and Thursday's from 5:30pm to 8:30pm for three weeks, beginning June 7, 2016. Appliants must have one year of experience as a fitter and must currently be employed as a fitter.  Topics covered…
On April 21, 2016, The Maritime Training Center will attend the 18th Annual Business Expo & Job Fair, presented by the South Alabama Regional Planning Commission Employment and Economic Development Services Department. This year's event will be held at the Greater Gulf State Fairgrounds.  This event has grown to be…
The 2016 National Robotic Arc Welding Conference is an annual conference featuring prominent welding professionals and manufacturers. The conference will be held April 11-13th 2016 at the Alabama Robotic Technology Park. Register Today !
AIDT's Maritime Training Center has a full slate of training classes that start in late summer early fall.  Registration for all classes is open now.
Close to 10,000 eighth graders will have the opportunity to explore what it takes to have a successful future at the 2015 SAWDC's Worlds of Opportunities Career Expo on September 23rd & 24th. Students from across South Alabama will be visiting the Mobile Civic Center to experience interactive and hands-on…
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We are an NCCER accredited training unit under the Gulf State Shipbuilders Consortium and a member of the American Welding Society.
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The Maritime Training Center was designed to meet the growing demand for industrial-related training for the sourthern region of Alabama, and provide job seekers with the qualifications and skills needed to join the growing maritime-related industries.