Construction, Higher Education, and Human Resources

Armstrong expands online learning opportunities

June 26, 2014
Print
Text Size:
A A
Armstrong expands online learning opportunities
Armstrong students make instructional videos. via fb.com

Armstrong International has expanded its global online learning environment to offer open enrollment and continuing education credits for skilled tradespeople, professionals and students through Armstrong University.

Armstrong University, based in Three Rivers, offers more than 100 courses across its 10 colleges of study. The courses span technical, industry specific and environmental health and safety subjects drawn from practical and theoretical expertise from around the world.

Courses in HVAC, refrigeration, steam generation and hot water are just a few of the trade skills covered at the university.

Company employees, representatives and leading technical experts bring hundreds of years of combined experience to the classroom and deliver a practical curriculum.

More than 1,700 students have already taken courses through Armstrong University, which amounts to more than 8,000 hours of training.

“We're excited about offering customers access to the best and brightest talent in the world and leveraging a century of knowledge to help them operate their utilities safer and more efficiently,” said Doug Bloss, corporate vice president, Armstrong Global Holdings.

Armstrong International provides intelligent system solutions that improve utility performance, lower energy consumption and reduce environmental emissions. The company has been around for more than 110 years.

Throughout its history it has worked with thousands of companies across dozens of industry categories, from food and beverage processing and chemicals and refining, to health care, education, industrial manufacturing and more.

The company also owns and/or operates and maintains utility plants for Fortune 500 energy users.

Recent Articles by Charlsie Dewey

Editor's Picks

Comments powered by Disqus