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Avery Dennison ramps up RFID training

July 18, 2006

Avery Dennison ramps up RFID training
Avery Dennison RFID is sponsoring $500 RFID training scholarships to help mandated end users quickly and effectively implement RFID within their supply chains. The company has joined with OTA Training, a vendor-neutral RFID industry educator, to help end users gain the expertise they need to successfully implement RFID, and if desired, move toward CompTIA RFID+ certification. The training will be held at Avery Dennison RFID’s Atlanta Technical Center (ATC) in Flowery Branch, GA, USA.
Under the direction of OTA’s RFID training professionals, students will receive hands-on training in the simulated “real world” environment at the ATC, and will learn skills that they can apply immediately in their RFID implementation.
Visit www.otatraining.com or call 972-386-9655 to register.
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