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Overview AIDT was established in fiscal year 1970-71 as a contract program reporting to the State Board of Education through the Division of Vocational-Technical Education of the Department of Education. At its meeting June 17, 1976, the State Board of Education adopted Resolution 12 approving the establishment of AIDT as a mobile training institute. The purpose of the resolution was to clarify the mission and scope of work performed, as well as authorize administrative, fiscal, and personnel autonomy and flexibility. State Board Resolution 14, approved September 24, 1976, appointed a director, established staff positions and salary schedules, and mandated personnel procedures for AIDT staff identical to those of the technical colleges. AIDT continued operating under the Department of Postsecondary Education when the Alabama Legislature established the Department and the position of Chancellor. There is no legislation specifically creating AIDT. It exists through annual line item funding in the Education Trust Fund budget. In 2012 AIDT became a division of the Alabama Department of Commerce.

AIDT was established to build a healthy state economy by recruiting and training a skilled workforce to attract new industries to the state and to expand existing industries. Job-specific pre-employment and on-the-job training programs are provided. The program provides a full range of customized technical training programs that are offered at no cost to employers and to the trainees. Leadership training programs are also available. In addition to training, AIDT offers services including trainee recruitment and screening, safety assistance, industrial maintenance assessments and continuous improvement/process improvement assessments. Training is conducted by AIDT staff or contracted instructors and delivered through classrooms or 38 Mobile Training Units (MTUs) customized to meet specific company needs. MTUs go directly to the employer site to provide classroom and hands-on training.

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