Instructor Knowledge Page -
Information and Updates
Here are a series of Adobe Acrobat (pdf) files that
provide more information for instructors currently
teaching with FANUC Certified CNC Training curriculums -
and for instructors who are considering FANUC
Certification for their schools.
1/21/16 - Method Change
to Reply to a Student's On-Line Test Submission
Until recently, a student's name and email address
would appear in the "Sender" register of test submission
emails, and you could simply reply by clicking the
"Reply" button in your email system. Since this is a
common spammer's technique (using unregistered email
addresses as senders), our eLearning system supplier
stopped this practice because many test submission
emails were getting blocked as spam.
Now, "Test results" appear in the sender column, and
if you click the Reply button, email@example.com
appears as the recipient (and the student will
not receive your reply).
You must open the email in order to find the sender's
name and email address.
To reply to the student (and keep the test results
body), first copy the test submitter's email address,
click the Reply button, and replace the default
recipient (again, firstname.lastname@example.org), with the
copied email address, and click the send button. This
ensures that the student will receive your reply.
10/18/16 - Mistake in
Turning Center Workbook
There is a mistake on page 74 of the workbook for the
turning center curriculum. The drawing shown is for a
different programming activity. If you have a workbook
with the incorrect page 74, you can download the correct
Curriculum Highlights and Product Codes
A brief summary of FANUC Certified CNC Training
Curriculums - and the product codes used to order.
New Instructor Curriculum Process
If you have decided to become FANUC Certified, or
even if you are just thinking about it, this document
will show you the process to get started with FANUC
Certified Curriculum - from your initial order and
getting setup in our eLearning system - through
conducting your first class.
Once You Begin
So you have become FANUC Certified - Congratulations!
Here are some documents that you should find helpful.