Global Cooperation/International Training
Virtual Classroom for Members
ASTM International is pleased to offer a series of free one-hour online training workshops. If you need more information or have any questions, please contact Kevin Shanahan.
ASTM training offers learning activities leading to skilled behavior and teaches the practical proficiency that provides the backbone of technical content.
Professional Training Courses
The ASTM Technical and Professional Training (TPT) program provides high quality, award-winning courses in the use of ASTM standards that impact a variety of technical areas. Not only are courses offered in a wide range of international cities, but they can also be brought on-site to business locations around the world.
For more information, see International Training or contact Scott Murphy, Director, Educational Services.
Virtual MOU Training
ASTM International opens its doors to all technical experts with an interest in the standardization process. ASTM offers interactive web-based training workshops, using the Internet, your telephone, or VOIP. Training is targeted for members who have recently joined, or who would like to join ASTM International and who need guidance on how to get started. Participants learn how to work effectively and how to vote on ballots electronically, in addition to being provided with an opportunity to ask questions. For more information contact Jim Olshefsky.
Archived Web Training
ASTM International, working cooperatively with its members and MoU partners, regularly provides guidance, training, and support to technical experts and the staff of national standards bodies. Training is provided on the ASTM standards development process and technical topics of interest in an effort to improve each country's health, safety, environmental, and economic conditions through the use of standards.
Resources for Students and Professors
ASTM Campus provides valuable resources for both students and professors such as free student membership, learning modules, and education resources. For more information see our ASTM Campus page or contact Jim Olshefsky.