Jobs in manufacturing are experiencing rapid advancements in technology sparking the rise of ‘smart’ connected work environments and the need for a highly-skilled workforce. To meet these demands of advanced manufacturing, technology companies need people who understand and are cable to maintain systems and machinery that are computer-controlled.
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Keep things running! That is the name of the game in the Manufacturing Industry!
In manufacturing, it is essential for equipment to run optimally. This is not only to maintain production but also ensure staff safety and product quality. In many cases, when equipment fails, it is due to the fact that the correct service intervals have not been met and/or replaced parts installed are not in line with genuine original manufacturer’s specification.
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The Manufacturing Technician 1 (MT1) certification program was developed to meet the growing employment demands of the manufacturing industry. The MT1 program addresses the core industry-wide skills standards required for skilled production occupations in all sectors of manufacturing.
The Manufacturing Technician (MT-1), a nationally recognized credential, helps employers identify people with the core skills needed to work in today’s high-demand, high-wage advanced manufacturing operations. It is also a stackable credential that can help you on a pathway to a specific career within the manufacturing field, such as welding, metalworking or mechatronics.Continue reading MT1 Training Kicks Off with Thermo Fisher Scientific
The Manufacturing Specialist certification program was developed to meet the growing employment demands of the manufacturing industry. The program addresses the core industry-wide skills standards required for skilled production occupations in all sectors of manufacturing. The core competency areas certified are: (1) Math and Measurement, (2) Spatial Reasoning and Manufacturing Technology.
The purpose of the certification program is to document individuals’ mastery of the critical competencies required for modern manufacturing production and production-related occupations. The goals of the certification program are to:
Develop a workforce pipeline capable of meeting the requirements of existing and emerging employers in advanced technology industries such as manufacturing,
Provide a customized fast track pathway to stackable credentials for 21st Century advanced technology careers in industry,
Provide online and instructor-led training to address identified technical skill gaps, and
Provide a pathway to advanced level training and specialized training based on industry requirements for potential new hires and incumbent workers.
Students taking this intensive training program are prepared for entry-level positions with regional manufacturers, making competitive wages, benefits and opportunities for advancement.
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