TANNER, Alabama — There’s a new state-of-the-art tool in Alabama’s worker training effor.
Gov. Robert Bentley and other officials today are cutting the ribbon on Phase 3 of the Robotics Technology Park, an $80 million, 85-acre campus in Limestone County where employees from Alabama companies receive training on the latest equipment from top industrial robot makers and automation software firms.
The RTP is one of Alabama’s biggest economic development assets, said Ed Castile, director of the worker training agency AIDT and head of the Alabama Department of Commerce’s workforce development office.
“The third phase of this world class training complex represents Alabama’s full commitment to advance training opportunities for its citizens and our commitment to helping companies expand in our great state,” Castile said.