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@ Manufacturing Works
Presentation Outline• Institute for Emerging Issues• Why Manufacturing?• How Manufacturing Has Changed• Workforce Skills N...
Webinar Instructions• All participants have been muted to avoid echo on  the call.• We are taking questions throughout the...
Institute for Emerging Issues•   Established in 2002 at NC State University• Dedicated to seeding innovations through civi...
Why Manufacturing?• Manufacturing increases the wealth of the  communities it supports in both rural and urban areas.• Man...
Why Manufacturing?• Successful communities will be poised to understand  and take advantage of the assets they have at the...
Why Manufacturing?Questions IEI seeks to answer:1.   What are the assets communities have at their disposal to develop    ...
Resources & Announcements• The 28th Annual Emerging Issues Forum Manufacturing Works  will be held in February 11-12, 2013...
Resources & Announcements• IEI’s Emerging Issues Prize has just been announced:    •   Students in high school and college...
Manufacturing of TodayTerri Helmlingler-Ratcliff, ExecutiveDirector, Industrial Extension Service, NCState University
Manufacturing of Today• Manufacturing defined: Couldn’t live without it• Part of the knowledge-based economy
Manufacturing of TodayOur fathers wouldn’t recognize most of today’smanufacturing facilities ….Or, my visit to Pepsi Bottl...
Workforce Skills in ManufacturingScott Ralls, President, N.C. CommunityCollege System
NC Community College System’s   Manufacturing Initiatives
Workforce Development Focus• Healthcare   Nurses, Informatics, Medical Lab• Technicians   Industrial Technologies   Engine...
60% Increase         Unduplicated Enrollment                               Graduates                                      ...
2010-11 Female-Male Enrollments2010-11 Annual Unduplicated                       Female     MaleConstruction Technologies ...
National Association of Manufacturing Endorsed           Skills Certification System
Back to Work Initiative
Customized Training Programs
An Example of         Manufacturing TodayJon Turner, President, ULTRA Machine &Fabrication in Shelby, NC
• extensive experience with military/armored vehicle production.• Platform Focus: mine-resistant combat vehicles, tank arm...
Facilities: 600,000 square feet of         manufacturing spaceJonSBA HUBZone   CertifiedISO 9001:2008   Certified
Armored Vehicles Protecting Our Military Around the World                        M-ATV                                    ...
Weldment Manufacturing       Ultra has one of the       largest and most       versatile welding       programs available....
Questions?More information can be found at the Institute’swebsite at www.emergingissues.org
2013 Emerging Issue: @Manufacturing Works
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2013 Emerging Issue: @Manufacturing Works

  1. 1. @ Manufacturing Works
  2. 2. Presentation Outline• Institute for Emerging Issues• Why Manufacturing?• How Manufacturing Has Changed• Workforce Skills Needed in Manufacturing Today
  3. 3. Webinar Instructions• All participants have been muted to avoid echo on the call.• We are taking questions throughout the presentation so please use the chat feature.• If your question is for a particular panelist, please let us know in your question.• If your question is not answered in the webinar, please send it in and we will answer it and get back to you.
  4. 4. Institute for Emerging Issues• Established in 2002 at NC State University• Dedicated to seeding innovations through civicengagement, cooperative leadership and informedproblem-solving in education, health, the natural andbuilt environments, and the economy.
  5. 5. Why Manufacturing?• Manufacturing increases the wealth of the communities it supports in both rural and urban areas.• Manufacturing today includes technology innovation, a highly skilled workforce and above average pay.• Manufacturing now relies much more on community- wide assets, not just company-wide ones.
  6. 6. Why Manufacturing?• Successful communities will be poised to understand and take advantage of the assets they have at their disposal to develop manufacturing businesses.• IEI’s goal is to define the right set of conditions for a community to maximize its opportunities in manufacturing.
  7. 7. Why Manufacturing?Questions IEI seeks to answer:1. What are the assets communities have at their disposal to develop manufacturing opportunities?2. What are the state or community factors that help make the probability of success greater?3. What are the connective pieces (bond/linkages) that need to be in place for communities to realize the economic benefits of manufacturing?4. How and which communities are successfully taking advantage of the benefits of manufacturing opportunities?5. What are the key skills among a productive workforce in advanced manufacturing settings?
  8. 8. Resources & Announcements• The 28th Annual Emerging Issues Forum Manufacturing Works will be held in February 11-12, 2013 at the Raleigh Convention Center.• We are pleased to confirm Chris Anderson, Editor in Chief of Wired magazine, as one of our keynote speakers. His book Makers: The New Industrial Revolution is due in October 2012.• Today’s webinar will be recorded and available on IEI’s website (www.emergingissues.org)• IEI has compiled a data sheet on manufacturing statistics available for reference for anyone to use, which is also on our website.
  9. 9. Resources & Announcements• IEI’s Emerging Issues Prize has just been announced: • Students in high school and college are tasked with coming up with an innovative product idea for their community • The winner in each age category (high school & college) will be given $5,000 and be mentored by North Carolina entrepreneur Louis Foreman as they seek to implement their ideas.• Over the next several months, IEI will be hosting several contests. The first one announced today is: • How has manufacturing changed in your community? • Send your story, photo, video or other media to emergingissues@ncsu.edu • The winner will be announced next month
  10. 10. Manufacturing of TodayTerri Helmlingler-Ratcliff, ExecutiveDirector, Industrial Extension Service, NCState University
  11. 11. Manufacturing of Today• Manufacturing defined: Couldn’t live without it• Part of the knowledge-based economy
  12. 12. Manufacturing of TodayOur fathers wouldn’t recognize most of today’smanufacturing facilities ….Or, my visit to Pepsi Bottling Ventures then and now
  13. 13. Workforce Skills in ManufacturingScott Ralls, President, N.C. CommunityCollege System
  14. 14. NC Community College System’s Manufacturing Initiatives
  15. 15. Workforce Development Focus• Healthcare Nurses, Informatics, Medical Lab• Technicians Industrial Technologies Engineering Technologies Transportation Systems Technologies Construction Technologies
  16. 16. 60% Increase Unduplicated Enrollment Graduates over three years30,000 9,00025,000 7,182 7,500 Transport Systems 1,809 Technologies20,000 6,000 5,234 Industrial 6,382 2,119 Technologies15,000 1,095 4,500 4,808 Engineering 7,120 Technologies 1,252 1,44410,000 3,000 5,807 Construction 860 Technologies 5,000 2,713 1,500 6,053 7,267 1,837 0 0 2007-2008 2010-2011 2007-2008 2010-2011
  17. 17. 2010-11 Female-Male Enrollments2010-11 Annual Unduplicated Female MaleConstruction Technologies 243 7,025Engineering Technologies 848 6,272Industrial Technologies 372 6,010Transport Systems Technologies 373 6,809Technician Total 1,836 26,116 7% 93%Agricultural and Natural Resources Technologies 598 1,731Arts and Sciences 85,672 48,919Biological and Chemical Technologies 643 618Business Technologies 32,308 19,273Commercial and Artistic Production Technologies 1,890 1,927Health Sciences 24,521 4,313Public Service Technologies 34,297 12,552Special Categories 34,484 24,825All Other Total (including Technician) 216,249 140,274 61% 39%
  18. 18. National Association of Manufacturing Endorsed Skills Certification System
  19. 19. Back to Work Initiative
  20. 20. Customized Training Programs
  21. 21. An Example of Manufacturing TodayJon Turner, President, ULTRA Machine &Fabrication in Shelby, NC
  22. 22. • extensive experience with military/armored vehicle production.• Platform Focus: mine-resistant combat vehicles, tank armor kits, trailers, launchers and large weldments.• Manufacturing Experts: armor and thick plate cutting, forming and welding.• CARC painting and value added services.• Customers: General Dynamics Land Systems, BAE Systems, Northrop Grumman, Oshkosh Defense, Plasan, Rafael, and heavy industry clients.
  23. 23. Facilities: 600,000 square feet of manufacturing spaceJonSBA HUBZone CertifiedISO 9001:2008 Certified
  24. 24. Armored Vehicles Protecting Our Military Around the World M-ATV FMTV
  25. 25. Weldment Manufacturing Ultra has one of the largest and most versatile welding programs available. Total Commitment to Welding. Extensive Continuous Improvement Program Welding School
  26. 26. Questions?More information can be found at the Institute’swebsite at www.emergingissues.org

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