Vita Inclinata opens a second training location in Anchorage Alaska to meet the staffing and training needs of its customers.
ita Industrial has announced the opening of a second training center just outside of Anchorage Alaska. The state-of-the-art facility will be a premiere training destination for crane, construction, search and rescue, and aviation professionals. Along with their Broomfield Colorado location, the two facilities represent an important milestone in Vita’s mission to provide end-to-end training, hardware, and data solutions for their aerospace and industrial customers.
- Vita’s recent partnership with NIT Alaska has led to the opening of a dedicated training space for its Industrial and aerospace customers.
- The facility meets a critical need to train and retain workers.
- Practical course offerings will ensure workers and crew members can fully utilize their flagship search and rescue and crane stabilization systems.
Industrial courses will train operators in the effective use of Vita’s premiere lifting system, the Vita Load Navigator, along with rigging certifications, OSHA safety courses, data management training and more. On the aerospace side Vita plans on offering comprehensive training in all aspects of Search and Rescue and Safety, with a focus on providing access to cutting edge techniques and equipment, including the Vita Rescue System.
“Knowledge and knowhow are critical in achieving our vision of transforming safety, efficiency, and precision in aerospace and construction.” added Caleb Carr, Chairman and CEO of Vita Inclinata, “Opening a second training facility is a major step forward in achieving that vision.”
This announcement follows Vita’s recent Strategic Business Combination with Northern Industrial Training and the launch of Vita Industrial Training Academy. The training academy will offer classes at both the Broomfield CO & Anchorage AK locations as well as virtual classes. Both NIT Alaska and Vita Industrial are actively providing valuable resource for tackling the worldwide shortage of a skilled workforce.
With current studies showing there will be an estimated shortage of 85 million workers around the globe by 2030, Vita is in a unique position to support the need for skilled employees while driving modernization through the provision of comprehensive aerospace and construction training programs. This expansion is a timely investment to ensure its customers match new capabilities, retain their workforce, and achieve operational excellence.