AMT programs thrive with the help and involvement of its members through volunteer committees and product groups. Guided by the Board of Directors and their vision through the strategic plan, AMT's committees and product groups represent the voice of the member in association affairs. Committees are the driving force behind all programs, products and services that AMT offers.
Advanced Workholding Technology (AWT) Group consists of representatives from workholding suppliers throughout the United States. (more)
The Automation In Manufacturing Committee acts as the voice of AMT’s membership on issues related to automation. Through benchmarking, technology awareness and networking, the Committee can provide valuable assistance to members on all aspects of automation. (more)
CMTSE exam questions are developed by the Certification Committee, which includes machine tool distributors, builders, sales engineers, customers and allied industry representatives. The exam is a knowledge-based, online exam consisting of 150 multiple-choice questions. Candidates have three hours to complete the examination. Find out more about becoming a CMTSE. (more)
The Smartforce Development Committee establishes policy and direction for AMT that will allow our industry to work with educators to assure that funding and programs are available to sufficiently educate young people in career and technical education programs, as well as in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) so that a consistent flow of qualified, skilled, critical thinking individuals are attracted to seek careers in manufacturing. (more)