RTM Star Center Adds To Facilities

Monday, April 23, 2001
RTM Star Center, a leading training center, is currently building a 2,000-sq.-ft. Curriculum Development Facility.

Located adjacent to the existing 10-acre campus, the facility will be specially designed with a soundproof multimedia production studio; offer a curriculum development library and conference room; offer a multimedia classroom, consisting of 12 student stations with individual computers, videotaping capability for instruction in areas such as STCW and simulator train-the-trainer; and individual office and modules positions for the center’s seven full-time and five part-time adjunct curriculum and program developers.

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