MICHIANA CHAPTER NATIONAL TOOLING & MACHINING ASSOCIATION
The National Tooling and Machining Association is a trade organization representing the tool & die and precision metalworking manufacturing industry throughout the United States. Organized in 1943, NTMA connects manufacturers to leverage their collective power for networking, learning and advocacy. We serve the following industries: Aerospace, Agricultural, Appliance, Automotive, Construction, Defense, Electronics, Energy, Environmental and Medical industries. ...
NTMA members receive numerous benefits in the areas of advice and assistance, advocacy, member discount programs (affinity programs), benchmarking data (statistical data), education and training and most importantly networking on a local and national level. ...
NTMA-U is an innovative program of online education that bridges the gap between traditional degree programs and skills-based certification curricula. NTMA-U is a DOL-FBAT approved, college accredited on-line skills training/apprentice program which allows students to move through content at their own pace and own their own schedule.
NTMA is actively lobbying Congress and the Administration for policies and regulations that will help the metalworking industry compete globally and secure the workforce it needs for today and the future.
The MCNTMA and Goodwill Industries of Michiana partnered to create the M.A.P. (Manufacturing Advancement Program) to address the skills gap and workforce development challenges of our community. An innovative way to train employees for companies' tough to fill positions, trainees will receive personalized hands-on digital skills training advancing to the NTMA-U pre-apprentice program where they will learn basic blueprint, shop math and machining. Goodwill Industries of Michiana provides recruitment resources, training case management, hands-on support and resources for career placement with member companies.
Since its foundation in 1943, NTMA has remained relevant by changing with the times, focusing on the future of American manufacturing as exemplified by our members: small and medium-sized companies, many of them owned or privately held. NTMA has the know-how...
Being a member of the MCNTMA allow Complexus Medical to network with like-minded peers in the community, as well as engage in local workforce development which it vital for the long term growth of our industry.