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WORKFORCE PIPELINE feature article – Advanced Manufacturing, June 2016 SME-Manufacturing Engineering Magazine
Friday, July 15, 2016

The new Digital Thread in advanced manufacturing now incorporates inspection, measurement and verification requiring skilled workers. Advanced Manufacturing means "Computer-Aided." The transfer of files and data is the "Digital Thread."

Today, two-thirds of manufacturing companies report a moderate to severe shortage of available, qualified workers, with as many as 5% of current jobs going unfilled due to a lack of capable candidates-this represents 600,000 jobs. One technical job area that has been contributing to the problem and opportunity is Dimensional Metrology, otherwise know . . .

Suncoast Technical College - 3rd annual Graduation

NIMS credentials hit 190 - Most in Florida
Friday, June 24, 2016

We just completed the 3rd annual graduation of 21 Modern CNC Machinists on June 23, 2016. with a total of 59 in three years the goal of 100 in 5 years with Sarasota/Manatee County seems to be on track. We have just hit the 190 mark on NIMS credentials in our 2nd year of accreditation. With help from EDC - Sarasota County Economic Development, CareerEdge Funders, CareerSource and the Sarasota- Manatee Manufacturing Association - SAMA, we have a noted successful program. All graduates have jobs, many on paid internships before graduation. Some are continuing education in engineering at various . . .

California Workforce Training Gets $200 Million Boost From Budget

Monday, June 20, 2016

The California Legislature yesterday passed a budget that includes an additional $200 million for a workforce training program that takes aim at the looming skills gap across the state's regions. "This is a victory for both California employers and community college students. In our travels around California, we heard loud and clear about the need for more skilled workers in California," said Van Ton-Quinlivan, vice chancellor for workforce and economic development at the California Community Colleges. "Enhancing career technical education and workforce training to meet the demands of . . .

Titan Gilroy & Jeremy Bout - Keynote Speakers at HTEC 2016 - CNC Educators Conference at Central Maine CC - July 18-21, 2016

Be Inspired by Two Creators of New Perceptions of Manufacturing
Friday, May 27, 2016 1 comment

Titan Gilroy, Creator of MAV-TV Series Titan American Built and CEO of TITAN America Manufacturing will open the 10th Annual CNC Educators HTEC Training Conference at Central Maine CC in Auburn, ME on July 19.

Titan's message to educators, "There’s no reason we can’t manufacture here in the US. There’s no reason we still can’t be the best in the world at manufacturing. I am on a mission, leading the way, to show that the American workforce can still compete and move this country forward!”

On Wednesday morning, July 20, Jeremy Bout, Producer and Host of EDGE FACTOR & eduFACTOR . . .

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