The Department of Energy Office of Enterprise Assessments’ National Training Center (NTC), located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, has renovated three of the five classroom buildings on their main campus. The classrooms have been modernized with computer furniture, ergonomic seating, a 121-seat auditorium, video wall, and interactive whiteboards, and thin client computing capabilities. Conference rooms are equipped with LED monitors for document collaboration and for use by course rapid development teams.
Non-NTC users can request the use of available classrooms or meeting spaces after filling out a Temporary Use Agreement (TUA) between the NTC and your organization. A template of the TUA can be obtained by calling the NTC's point of contact at (505) 845-2105 or (505) 845-2213.
The following classrooms can be reserved by non-NTC DOE and NNSA users on a space available basis.
The classroom can accommodate 32 students. It has flip-top computer desks with 19-inch monitors and thin client computing for each student. The center has two conference rooms, an instructor’s office, and a student break area with coffee bar, refrigerator, and microwave.
This center has two classrooms (Bosque and Rio Grande), which can accommodate 16 students each. The center also houses a weight room, aerobic exercise area, showers, and cafeteria.
The classroom is a 121-seat auditorium equipped with retractable seating, a 9-panel video wall, and an 80-inch interactive whiteboard with VTC capabilities. The center has a lobby area and coffee bar.
The classroom can accommodate 34 students. It has flip-top computer desks with 19-inch monitors and thin client computing for each student. The center has one conference room, an instructor’s office, and a coffee bar.