The AMA has launched level 1 of their Industry 4.0 – 3D Printing and Design Micro-credentials. These hands-on micro-credentials are led by the Advanced Manufacturing Alliance’s team at Charles Darwin University and take learners through the design, modelling, printing, finishing, testing and documenting of the project trace for an introductory level project using advanced manufacturing technologies. The first offering is expected to start on March 12, 2020.
These micro-credentials are part of a larger micro-credential package that AMA is looking to develop. It is expected that the package will expand to offer two more levels and include further related topics.
For more information go to AMA’s Training and Micro-credentials page.