Abaris Training Resources, Inc. in Reno, Nevada recently announced that, in light of the COVID-19 restrictions placed on customer travel, Abaris is modifying its policy to accommodate fewer students in classes at client locations, making it both economical and convenient to obtain the world-class composite training it provides.
Starting June 15, 2020, any customer with six or more students needing advanced composite training will qualify for the newly structured terms of agreement that waive the current 10-student minimum policy for onsite classes. This will allow many more companies and organizations to obtain the training they need while still following health and safety protocols put in place for COVID-19.
In addition to the reduced student-count policy, Abaris is offering a three-day, all-classroom (minimum hands-on) version of some select five-day introductory type courses. While a course of this type does not provide a great deal of tactile exposure for students, it can provide a fundamental understanding of composite materials for use in the workplace.