National Technology Transfer, Inc.
NTT Training is about delivering very practical hands-on safety and trade skills to workers around the world, skills that you’ll learn from us today and apply on the job tomorrow. We deliver the most comprehensive, skills-based seminars and Hands-On Training because it’s practical. Our recipe is simple. We start with the industry’s largest team of expert instructors, combined with real-life, custom built training equipment. Our training can be brought directly to any of your locations, anywhere in the world or you can come join us at one of our hundreds of off-site training locations throughout the United States.
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- Business Type:
- Training provider
- Industry Type:
- Workplace Safety
- Market Focus:
- Globally (various continents)
- Year Founded:
This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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NTT Training offers customization hands-on industrial skills training and is the only provider that brings full-sized hands-on equipment for our training. We integrate instructor-led classroom training, computer-based training, training management services, electrical qualification training and workplace safety practices consulting. Our comprehensive skills-based approach to training, safety and compliance reduces workplace accidents and increases productivity.
NTT Training – Skilled Workers. Stronger Companies. That’s the NTT Difference.
NTT Training provides world class hands-on training and development of industrial workers around the world with real world safety and trade skills delivered on-site in 2 to 5 day modules.
NTT has trained over 1,000,000 workers for fortune 500 organizations like Boeing, Chevron, International Paper, Baker Hughes and the White House. We’ve come a long way since 1984 starting with a pickup truck and a trailer to deliver our first Hydraulics class. Since then, we’ve added over 60 seminars to our curriculum and delivered training in more than 30 countries. Be sure to visit the NTT Difference page.