National Association of Manufacturers, 2005 Skills Gap Report-A Survey of the American Manufacturing Workforce. . .

Baby Boomer generation of skilled workers will retire within the next 11 years. . .the results of this change in our workforce is a projected need for 10 million new skilled workers by 2020.

~http://www.nam.org

Training program for Skilled Trades

Featuring Sustainable Resources Institute Educational Network (SRIEN) and our affiliated organizations bring to you and your organization practical solutions to everyday technical problems.

Our Industrial Technology Certificate Program includes:

Eight Modules, 24 hours each, taught by state certified trainers, experienced in Tier 1 manufacturing, and Mazda/Toyota quality skills based. Our program uses interactive Smart Technology to bring the trainer to you. We prefer to use synchronized teaching methods so students have the advantage of group learning with an available, live instructor for questions.

Current Offerings include:

Mechanical Skills, Pneumatic Skills, Hydraulic Skills, Industrial Electrics, Programmable Logic Controls, Lean Manufacturing, Autonomous Maintenance, and Industrial Basics 101 Overview.

Commitment:

Each module is 24 hours of class time, 4 hours per session, spaced over 6 weeks. We facilities in Northeast Indiana, Northwest Ohio, and Southeastern Michigan or we can bring this training to you on the internet. To have a synchronized training session we require a class size of 20 students. Call us for more information. For more information call us.

 

 

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