KANNAPOLIS, N.C.—Traverse City, Mich.-based RJG Inc., an injection molding training and technology firm, has consolidated its Gibsonville, N.C., and Woodstock, Ga., training facilities to Rowan-Cabarrus Community College's (RCCC) campus in Kannapolis, N.C.
The RCCC facility offers a brand-new classroom and lab space for RJG instructors in a facility located 30 miles northeast of Charlotte International Airport.
Courses cover the fundamentals of systematic injection molding, decoupled molding, Master Molder I and II training and the eDART brand system of process monitoring and control.
The relocation will make it easier for course students to get in and get informed, according to Shane Vandekerkhof, RJG director of training and consulting.
"Relocating to RCCC not only provides a superior classroom experience, but also more flight and accommodation options. Improved ease of access and comfort leave students with less to worry about, so they can better focus on training," Vandekerkhof said in a news release.
For more information and to see the training schedule, go to rjginc.com/registration.
RCCC is a member of the North Carolina Community College System, which offers occupational and educational programs.