ITI Scholarship Announcement

In keeping with its mission to be the world’s utmost authority on crane, rigging, and lifting educational services, Industrial Training International (iti.com) will award a quarterly scholarship to an individual in the lifting and hoisting industry who strives to better their skills and abilities through interactive education.

The recipient of the ITI Scholarship will have the opportunity to:

•Attend a training course of their choice at an ITI Training Center in North America. Choose from 3 world-class training facilities located in Woodland, Washington, Memphis, Tennessee or Edmonton, Alberta

•Learn directly from industry experts by seeing, speaking, and doing. Each ITI Training Center is outfitted with over a quarter million dollars’ worth of cranes, rigging gear, and load handling equipment, as well as loads and other hands-on educational simulations.

•Build skills that will further their career and the industry as a whole.

Scholarship Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible for the ITI Scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria:

1. Visit http://iti.com/iti-scholarship and complete the form by January 3, 2014.

2. Regularly practice or oversee rigging, hoisting, or lifting activities.

3. Have a vested interest in bettering their skills and industry as a whole.

4. Be committed to continuous improvement personally and professionally.

Note: One winner will be selected each quarter. All entrants will be notified of each quarterly winner. The Scholarship covers ITI Course Registration Fees only (travel expenses and certification fees are not included) and must be used in a single visit.

For more updates on ITI news and events, be sure to visit the ITI Newsroom at iti.com/news.

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