NTMA Training Centers Robotics League
The goal of the NTMA Training Centers Robotics League is to build our nation's future by promoting a resurgence of technical education & igniting a passion for designing and building in youth who have the attitude & aptitude required for a successful career in manufacturing.
The NTMA Training Centers Robotics League is a combat robotics league where students design and build remote controlled robots to face-off in competition. Through the process of robot building, student’s get a first hand look at how exciting science, technology, engineering and manufacturing can be, while designing, building and competing with their own robotic creations.
NTMA Training Centers of Southern California
The Training Centers serves two vital functions:
1) To provide a quality learning environment for qualified individuals interested in learning or furthering their skills in the machining, tooling, and manufacturing industry.
2) To supply the machining, tooling, and manufacturing industry with skilled, trained, competent workers.
NTMA (National Tooling & Machining Association)
NTMA’s mission is to help members of the U.S. precision custom manufacturing industry achieve profitable growth and business success in a global economy through advocacy, advice, education, networking, information, programs and services.
NTMA’s vision is to become the premier center of industry knowledge, leading U.S. precision custom manufacturing in continuing world leadership.
NRL (National Robotics League)
To support the NTMA challenge of introducing students to manufacturing career opportunities by having them design, build and test a product in a real life challenge.
The National Robotics League was formed to give students an opportunity to participate in a Hands-on program that teaches Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. It also gives them a chance to see the variety of great occupations in the Manufacturing Field.