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2010 upcea roe

  1. 1. 1/13/2011 A Unified System for Workforce Development Dr. Eric A. RoeEmploy Florida Banner Center for Advanced Manufacturing Polk State College 1
  2. 2. 21 - 11 - 10 - 221% of Global Mfg’d Goods 11% of US GDP 10% of the US Workforce 2x as Productive as next 10 leading Mfg economies14181 - 323000 - 4.5 - 4.9Florida manufacturers Florida Mfg Employees 4.5% of the Florida Workforce 4.9% of FL GDP  “With thousands of jobs available, but a lack of skilled and appropriately educated and pp p y trained workers, one of the critical impediments to greater manufacturing success in Florida is an industry-ready workforce.” - Nancy Stevens – Exec. Director, MAF 2
  3. 3. ‣ 90% cite shortage of production workers as their 1) top workforce issue‣ 80% have difficulty finding workers with right 1) skills‣ 50% report inadequate employability and 1) problem-solving skills‣ 33% report insufficient reading, writing and 1) communications skills‣ 81% indicate training resulting in industry- 2) recognized certification is important‣ 65% agreed certification would reduce the time 3) needed to train new employees (Sources: 1) NAM/DeloitteLLC Survey 2005, 2) FL-ATE Online Survey 2006, 3) Banner Center Online Survey 2006The Strong Compelling “Why”‣ Average age of a US maintenance worker is 48‣ Many large companies are now reporting a 30 – 50% retirement forecast from their maintenance technician ranks (US)‣ For every ten maintenance workers that retire, seven take their place. Those seven must focus on higher skilled competencies.‣ With half the nations 14 million manufacturing workers nearing retirement, 90 percent of Americas manufacturers say they are short qualified workers. (CBS News Mar,11 2008.) 3
  4. 4.  Different companies with the same training needs- global skill competencies on the job ◦ Automation / PLC ◦ Mechanical, ◦ Technology, ◦ Supply Chain ◦ Soft Skills / Supervisory Many companies lack resources to y p coordinate complete training programs Bureaucratic barriers & follow-up-services 4
  5. 5. …require that certain Federal job training“AMERICA Works Act” and career education programs give priority to programs that provide an industry- recognized and nationally portable credential. …Workforce Investment Act Workforce is amended by adding … PRIORITY FOR PROGRAMS THAT PROVIDE AN INDUSTRY-RECOGNIZED AND NATIONALLY PORTABLE CREDENTIAL. …by 2020, America… jobs requiring at least an will once again haveassociate degree are projected the highestto grow twice as fast as those proportion ofrequiring no college experience college graduates in the world, and community colleges will produce an additional 5 million graduates.…over the nextdecade, nearly 8 in 10new jobs will requirehigher education andworkforce training. 5
  6. 6. 1. Pathway to Baccalaureate 2. Increasing Co c eas g Community Co ege Co p et o u ty College Completion 3. Affordability: Financial Aid to Community College Students 4. Community Colleges in the 21st Century 5. The Importance of Community Colleges to Veterans and Military Families 6. Industry-Community College -Partnerships Workforce (DOL) External Benchmarks State DOE • Funding (IWT & EWT) • Industry Certifications• Curriculum Framework revisions • Statewide needs • MSSC/SME/APICS/NIMS• Coordination w/ Com. Colleges • Partnerships with DOE • Industry standards• Implementation of CAPE • Banner Centers• Partnership with DOE• Apprenticeship Programs Manufacturers/ Florida’s Employers Unified Education • Employer needs/skills gap C.C. Academic Programs System for • One voice • Articulations Manufacturing • Regional Manufacturing • Curriculum Frameworks Associations • 1+1 programs • Incumbent training • Statewide Marketing • Outreach • Outreach • Support (time, $, talent) C.C. Workforce Training • Alignment • Articulation School Districts Four-Year Institutions • Rigor & Relevance • Academic & Continuing Ed. • Industry Certifications • Alignment / Progression • Rapid Response • Articulation • Career Academies • Effective Transferability • Short-term • 21st Century Skills • Perkins Accountability I d t C tifi ti 6
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  8. 8. Employ Florida Banner Centers  Public‐Private Regional Consortiums industry Community & associations & State colleges workforce boards Economic development Employers organizationsOur Solution…  • Industry relevant short-term training aligned with national credentials • Secondary Career Academies (Perkins IV & CAPE legislation) • Secondary and Post-Secondary Adult Vocational (PSAV) Automation and Production Technology (APT) Curriculum Frameworks • Statewide Engineering Technology AS/AAS degree • Formal Apprenticeship Programs in Maintenance Crafts – EIA & Mech. 8
  9. 9. Foundational Alignment Nationally recognized certification tifi ti program for skilled “certified production technicians”The linkage… • Statewide Industry Certification-based Articulation Agreement ‣ First of its kind in FL and the nation ‣ Provides 15 credit hours of ET Degree Technical Core for anyone with current MSSC CPT credential Became the model for CTE pathways in all clusters/disciplines in Florida 9
  10. 10. Value of Certification Knowledge Borderless Productivity Workforce Invested Recruitment Employees Learning ROI Culture Training BaselineOur Solution…  • Industry relevant short-term training aligned with national credentials • Secondary Career Academies (Perkins IV & CAPE legislation) • Secondary and Post-Secondary Adult Vocational (PSAV) Automation and Production Technology (APT) Curriculum Frameworks • Statewide Engineering Technology AS/AAS degree • Formal Apprenticeship Programs in Maintenance Crafts – EIA & Mech. 10
  11. 11. Banner Center Curricula Description Entry-level production Manufacturing technicians Fundamentals Incumbent Manufacturing production technicians Essentials Instructor Certification Course (ICC)“Train-the-Trainer”The Center offers a 2 day short course to prepare faculty, corporate trainers, and teachers to utilize the Manufacturing Essentials and manufacturing Fundamentals curriculaAdaptable to variety of instructional delivery formats.the instructors to earn the MSSC CPT Certification 11
  12. 12. US DOL TBL – Curricula Enhancement• Focuses on the addition of online learning objects, high-tech simulations, and opportunities for synchronous and asynchronous distance learning to enhance and disseminate the Banner Center’s existing training curriculumOur Solution…  • Industry relevant short-term training aligned with national credentials • Secondary Career Academies (Perkins IV & CAPE legislation) • Secondary and Post-Secondary Adult Vocational (PSAV) Automation and Production Technology (APT) Curriculum Frameworks • Statewide Engineering Technology AS/AAS degree • Formal Apprenticeship Programs in Maintenance Crafts – EIA & Mech. 12
  13. 13. ‣ Based on Standards – Industry- led, federally recognized, nationally validated‣ Assessments of Core Knowledge & Skills‣ Credentialing and Documentation‣ Recognized as a CTE/STEM program for RTTT 13
  14. 14. Our Solution…  • Industry relevant short-term training aligned with national credentials • Secondary Career Academies (Perkins IV & CAPE legislation) • Secondary and Post-Secondary Adult Vocational (PSAV) Automation and Production Technology (APT) Curriculum Frameworks • Statewide Engineering Technology AS/AAS degree • Formal Apprenticeship Programs in Maintenance Crafts – EIA & Mech.I. General Education – 15 - 18 credit hours English Science Math Social Science HumanitiesII. E.T. Core - 18 credit hours Computer Aided Design Electronics Manufacturing Proc. & Materials Quality Mechanics & Instrumentation SafetyIII.III 7 Specialization Tracts – 24 to 27 credit hours Mechanical Advanced Advanced Electronics Design & Manufacturing Technology Fabrication Digital Biomedical Alternative Design and Quality Modeling Systems Energy 14
  15. 15. Engineering Technology A.S. Degree in FloridaThe MSSC CPTarticulation would applyat any of thesecommunity or statecolleges 15
  16. 16. Pathways to 4 year degreesSeamless AS articulation to BSand BAS degrees at StateColleges and Universities Uni ersities BAS Supervision & Mgmt AS ET BS ET BS EET Aligned Continuing Education Community College • MSSC CPT • 80 hr Maintenance Tech Tech. • PLC Fundamentals • Project Management • AutoCAD Training University • Project Management Professional • Intermediate AutoCAD Training g • Control Systems Certificate 16
  17. 17. Our Solution…  • Industry relevant short-term training aligned with national credentials • Secondary Career Academies (Perkins IV & CAPE legislation) • Secondary and Post-Secondary Adult Vocational (PSAV) Automation and Production Technology (APT) Curriculum Frameworks • Statewide Engineering Technology AS/AAS degree • Formal Apprenticeship Programs in Maintenance Crafts – EIA & Mech.Apprenticeship Program (Mosiac Corp.)‣ Electrical Instrumentation & Automation Technicians (EIA)‣Mechanical / Millwright Crafts Solutions That Perform 17
  18. 18. Talent Needs:Current Staff •Large eligible retirement population •60% of critically skilled maintenance t h i i 60% f iti ll kill d i t technicians planned t l d to retire within the next 7 yearsCurrent Skills Shortage •Immediate need for new multi-skill Maintenance personnel •Traditional Electrical and Mechanical skills sets are crossing over into one another •Instrumentation and Automation competencies are in short supply in the existing workforceReplacement workers •Hard to find - few personnel with maintenance and electrical knowledge or that have shadowed the experienced skilled workers •Ability to hire employees with the needed Industrial skill set is extremely difficult.Apprenticeship SolutionDOL/DOE Journeyman requirement i ‣ 144 hours annual- classroom, 8000 hours OJTPSC/Mosaic Program g ‣ 1232 hours classroom, 4000 hours OJT (combined with advanced standing) ‣ Employer provided hands-on OJT 18
  19. 19. Apprenticeship Pathways FUNDAMENTALS Electrical Instrumentation Mechanical / Millwright & Automation Technicians Craft (EIA) MECHANICAL ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS & MAINTENANCE COMPONENTS MILLWRIGHT / INSTRUMENTATION MECHANIC & AUTOMATION‣ Banner Center for Manufacturing – MSSC CPT‣ NCCER- National Center for Construction Education And Research‣ Rockwell Automation - Allen Bradley Training‣ RWD Technologies - Custom supplemental material and OSHA‣ Traviss Career Center – Welding g‣ Vendor Presentations – Supplementary content including: Fluke, Foxboro, Multilin, Hudson Pump,… 19
  20. 20. With these credentials in hand the Apprentices can avail themselves of the pp pathways into college as part of Florida’s unified pathway for manufacturing education.MSSC CPT Statewide Articulation GENERAL EDUCATION and ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY CORE COURSESGENERAL EDUCATION (18 credits)ENC 1101 C ll College 3 Natural Science requirement 3Composition I 3-MAC 1105 College Algebra 3 Social Science requirement 4 2-Humanities requirement 3 Health Science requirement 3ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY CORE (18 credits)ETD 1320C Computer Aided ETI 1420 Manufacturing 3 3Drafting Processes and Materials (▲)EET 1083C Intro to 3 ETI 1110 Intro. to Quality (▲) 3Electronics (▲)ETM 1010C Mechanical Measurement & 3 ETI 1701 Industrial Safety (▲) 3 Instrumentation (▲) 20
  21. 21. PSC Internal Articulation ADVANCED MANUFACTURING SPECIALIZATION COURSESREQUIRED TECHNICAL COURSES (13 credits)EST 1542 Intro to Programmable Logic 3 EST 1511 Motors and Controls (♦) 3 Controllers (♦)ETI 1622 Lean Manufacturing ETM 2315C Hydraulics and 3 4and Six Sigma Pneumatics (♦)TECHNICAL ELECTIVES (Choose 11 credits from below)EST 1540 Industrial Applications EST 1535 Automated Process Control 3 3 of PLCs and Robotics (♦) (♦)ETI 1403 Introduction to Adv. ETI 1931 Special Topics in Modern 1 3 Man. Tech ManufacturingETI 1181 Quality Systems & 2 ETI 1949 Manufacturing Internship 2 Workplace DynamicsMAN 2500 Operations 3 MAC 2233 Applied Calculus I 3 Management CGS 1510C SpreadsheetCGS 1061C Intro to Computers 3 3 FundamentalsENC 2210 Technical Writing 3 21
  22. 22. Workforce (DOL) External Benchmarks State DOE • Funding (IWT & EWT) • Industry Certifications• Curriculum Framework revisions • Statewide needs • MSSC/SME/APICS/NIMS• Coordination w/ Com. Colleges • Partnerships with DOE • Industry standards• Implementation of CAPE • Banner Centers• Partnership with DOE• Apprenticeship Programs Manufacturers/ Florida’s Employers Unified Education • Employer needs/skills gap C.C. Academic Programs System for • One voice • Articulations Manufacturing • Regional Manufacturing • Curriculum Frameworks Associations • 1+1 programs • Incumbent training • Statewide Marketing • Outreach • Outreach • Support (time, $, talent) C.C. Workforce Training • Alignment • Articulation School Districts Four-Year Institutions • Rigor & Relevance • Academic & Continuing Ed. • Industry Certifications • Alignment / Progression • Rapid Response • Articulation • Career Academies • Effective Transferability • Short-term • 21st Century Skills • Perkins Accountability I d t C tifi ti THANK YOU Banner Center for Adv. Manufacturing @ Polk State College Eric Roe, Ph.D. - 863-669-2838 - roe@banner-mfg.org www.banner-mfg.org 22

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