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Champ for students

  1. 1. CHAMP Opportunities for Advanced Manufacturing Program Colorado Helps S U C C E S S
  2. 2. CHAMP Grant Colorado Helps Advanced Manufacturing Program (CHAMP)  Increases attainment of manufacturing degrees & certificates  Aligns with industry competencies  Creates a pipeline of highly qualified candidates Advanced Manufacturing Program Colorado Helps
  3. 3. Advanced Manufacturing Makes extensive use of:  Computers  High precision & information technologies With high performance workforce, is capable of:  Producing small or large volumes with efficiency & flexibility  Responding rapidly to customer demands Advanced Manufacturing Program Colorado Helps
  4. 4. Manufacturing in Colorado Key segments:  Computer and Electronic Manufacturing o 30% of all Colorado’s goods exported o Valued at almost $2 billion in 2011  Food and Beverage Manufacturing  Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing  Machinery  Specialized Manufacturing o Medical devices o Outdoor recreation equipment Advanced Manufacturing Program Colorado Helps
  5. 5. Manufacturing in Colorado  Advanced Manufacturing represents $17 billion annually  5900 employers  135,000 employees  Production increase of 29% 2006 & 2011 Advanced Manufacturing Program Colorado Helps And still…..  15,800 jobs go unfilled in Colorado each year
  6. 6. Manufacturing in Colorado  Skilled workforce is shrinking  Manufacturers recruiting out of state  Tool & Die makers  Maintenance Technicians  Machinists  CNC Machine Operators  Quality / Inspection Technicians  Engineers  Manufacturing requires more educated workforce  Production methods require more process- & team- oriented workers. Advanced Manufacturing Program Colorado Helps
  7. 7. CHAMP’s Goals  Continue to develop employer driven curriculum  Use technology to  Accelerate training  Reach a broader audience  Redesign current Credit for Prior Learning model  Accelerate certification  Develop stackable & latticed certificates  Transferrable to Metropolitan State University, Denver Advanced Manufacturing Program Colorado Helps
  8. 8. Participating Colleges  Front Range Community College (lead institution)  Aims Community College  Community College of Denver  Emily Griffith Technical College  Lamar Community College  Pikes Peak Community College  Pueblo Community College  Red Rocks Community College/Warren Technical College  Metropolitan State University, Denver Advanced Manufacturing Program Colorado Helps
  9. 9. Participating Employers Pueblo employers include:  EVRAZ North America – steel  Atlas Pacific Engineering – food processing equipment  GCC Rio Grande – cement  Krage Manufacturing – pre-fabricated metal  Trane – air conditioning systems  Vestas Towers America – wind turbine towers Advanced Manufacturing Program Colorado Helps
  10. 10. Certificates/Degrees  Welding  Machining  Electromechanical Technology  Production Technician (under construction) Advanced Manufacturing Program Colorado Helps
  11. 11. Credit for Prior Learning (CPL) Credit for college-equivalent learning achieved through:  Work & Life experiences  Community & Volunteer extensions courses  Individual study & reading  Civic, Community & Volunteer work  Participation in informal courses  Industry Training  Military Training Advanced Manufacturing Program Colorado Helps
  12. 12. Credit for Prior Learning (CPL) Credit for Prior Learning may be awarded through:  Standardized tests  Challenge Examinations  Portfolios  Published guides (e.g. American Council on Education) Advanced Manufacturing Program Colorado Helps
  13. 13. PCC Commitment  Develop trained employees to meet employer needs  Based on employer direct input/requirements  Help ensure students have access to:  High-Demand jobs  High-Wage opportunities  Provide support services to help enable students to:  Complete selected program  Gain employment in reduced time frame  Meet employers’ needs & expectations Advanced Manufacturing Program Colorado Helps
  14. 14. Navigator Role  Assess student academic & personal needs  Provide academic & career coaching  Assist with completing CPL process  Provide case management  Monitor student progress through academic programs  Refer students to on & off campus services & community resources as needed  Develop and teach student success course Advanced Manufacturing Program Colorado Helps
  15. 15. Questions?Advanced Manufacturing Program Colorado Helps CHAMP Navigator by Amy Rye is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at pueblocc.edu.

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