The RTMA offers subsidized Mastercam Training. We implemented this program with OptiPro, who is a certified reseller and training facility for Mastercam.
OptiPro has agreed to reduce their standard pricing by 25% for participating RTMA Members. The RTMA will then subsidize half of the remaining cost up to a cap of $1,000 per company, and the participating company will contribute the other half.
For example, if a course is normally $1,000, it would be reduced 25% by OptiPro for the RTMA. It now becomes a cost of $750. The RTMA would pay $375 (half), and the member’s cost would be $375 (the other half). The benefit is that the member is receiving a $1,000 course for $375.
The RTMA will pay half of the course costs up to $1,000 cap per company, not per student. Any overage is the responsibility of the RTMA Member.
New Through June 2022 – Use WDI Grant Funding for Mastercam Classes
Thanks to a grant through the Workforce Development Institute, apprentices and employees can receive up to $500 in funds per class.
Those taking Mill Beginner and Mill 3D training can receive $500; while those in Multi-Axis Milling and Mill Turn training can receive $350; and those in Lathe training can receive $300.
For more information regarding how you can utilize the WDI Grant funding, contact Rich Turner at the RTMA.
If interested in taking Mastercam classes, contact Lynda Bechtold at OptiPro Systems.