There is training available to fill the desperate need for qualified machinist. The Akron CNC Training Center offers a variety of class times to accommodate a busy schedule.
There is a need to revisit how we are developing our workforce. Finding skilled talent is a problem that many industries are facing today. It is imperative that collaborative efforts between employers and community colleges should continue.
Technology is advancing faster than we can provide skilled talent to run or maintain the machines. There is a need to have a collaboration among schools, programs, and employers to address the need in closing the skills gap.
There is a need to reflect upon our Plan. A plan that is driven by our passion to succeed in an industry that provides a career pathway. Often, a determining factor towards success of a plan is how diligently we follow it.
There is an urgent need to build our workforce in order to fill jobs that require middle to high level skills. There will not be enough skilled talent to fill these positions if we do not make improvements to the way we educate and train our workforce.
We should be mindful of some of the assumptions we make concerning millennials and how tech savvy we our as a nation. There is a need to promote IT programs that place emphasis on problem solving and tech competency skills.
Wouldn't it feel great to follow a pathway that can lead to a career? There are opportunities in the precision machine industry.
The Rght Skills Now Fast Track skills development and credentialling program for entry level workers is recognized for changing lives by the hope street group and the Alcoa Foundation.
Mike Rowe discusses career opportunities for skilled workers in this 60 second PSA for Skills USA.
Looking for great career prospects? 391,130 Machinist positions are currently held by baby boomers. Those are in the process of opening up.