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  • WELCOME
  • Current Workforce Current Workforce 1= Strongly Disagree, 6=Strongly Agree All Other New hires are challenged with non-workplace needs (i.e. transportation, child care, etc.). MFG All Other New employees are able to perform basic job tasks and skills. MFG All Other New employees are able to meet basic employment conditions (i.e. attendance, work ethic, drug tests, etc.). MFG All Other It is difficult to hire workers due to competition from other employers. All Other MFG MFG All Other The potential workforce in the region is well prepared academically. MFG All Other There appears to be a lot of interest among job seekers in working in your industry. MFG All Other There is a large number of qualified applicants in the region. MFG 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0
  • Academic Competencies Level of Importance: 1.0 Importance of Academic Competencies 1=Not Important, 3=Essential 2.0 3.0 3.0 Reading 2.9 2.4 Writing 2.8 2.5 2.4 Mathematics Science and Technology literacy 2.1 2.4 2.7 Communication - listening and speaking 3.0 2.4 Critical and Analytical thinking 2.9 Active learning - applying existing knowledge to new situations MFG All Other Basic Computer skills 2.6 2.9 2.2 2.9
  • Workplace Competencies Importance of Workplace Competencies 2.7 Working with tools and technology 3.0 2.8 Problem Solving and Decision Making 2.5 2.5 Creative Thinking 2.0 2.7 Planning and Organization 2.1 2.9 Customer Focus 2.4 2.8 Adaptability/Flexibility 2.7 2.8 Teamwork 2.9 All Other MFG 1.0 2.0 Level of Importance: 1=Not Important, 3=Essential 3.0
  • Retention Factors Level of Difficulty in Retaining Workers Difficulty of Retaining Workers: 1=Not Difficult, 6=Serious Difficulty 4.1 Competition from other employers in the region 3.2 3.3 Maintaining competitive employee benefits and wages 3.9 3.8 Providing staff development on skills and attributes necessary for advancement 4.1 4.3 Providing the right on-the-job training 4.3 3.4 Having new employees with the right attributes/abilities in the first place 2.8 3.3 Providing opportunities for career advancement 4.0 All Other MFG 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0
  • Top Ten Competencies 6. Active Learning 7. Problem Solving 8. Math Skills 9. Writing Skills 10. Critical thinking
  • Top Ten Positions (most difficult to fill) 6. Tool/Die 7. Welders/Fabricators 8. Supervisors 9. Engineers 10. Specialty Positions
  • Emerging Technologies/Trends • Computer Skills • Industrial Tool Technology • Simulations • Cross Training • CNC • Automation • 3D Design & Printing • Work Ethics
  • Specific Programs for CTC • Apprenticeship Program for Maintenance Positions • Tool & Die • Basic Life Skills (financial, communication, work ethics, etc.) • OSHA/Safety • Computer Skills • Communication (oral & written) • Train the Trainer
  • New Facility
  • Co-Op Program Update
  • AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN CMS  Muscogee & Harris County Schools  Earn a WR certificate (Silver Level)  Public-Private partnership FEB MAR CO-OP APR
  • Workforce Training & Development Certified Manufacturing Specialist (CMS)  Manufacturing Organizational Principles  Manufacturing Workplace Skills  Manufacturing Production Requirements  Automated Manufacturing Skills  Representative Manufacturing Skills We customize training for you!
  • Added Value WORKETHICS  Applied Mathematics  Reading for Information  Locating Information  Appearance  Attendance  Attitude  Character  Communication  Cooperation  Organizational Skills  Productivity  Respect  Teamwork
  • THANK YOU