BUILD YOUR WORKFORCE: Strengthen and Diversify your Manufacturing Talent Pipeline with Apprenticeships Webinar
June 23 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Join IMEC and JFF’s Center for Apprenticeship & Work-Based Learning to learn how the tried-and-true apprenticeship training model can be used to attract and develop talent and create a more diverse manufacturing workforce.
Promising practices and strategies will be shared on the components, partnerships, and equitable and inclusive practices that make these programs beneficial for both the employer and apprentice.
Apprenticeship has proved to be an effective means of training and upskilling new hires and incumbent workers in a wide variety of manufacturing occupations, such as machinist, CNC machine operator, manufacturing engineering technician, and many other high-demand roles, so come to this webinar and discover how it can work for your company.
Presented in partnership with:
Workforce Development Webinar Series
- When we hear workforce, we think of people at work or available to work. The challenges are how to find and get people to work and stabilize and develop our workforce. This can be extremely challenging because there are many elements that must be visualized, understood, and addressed to stabilize and develop our workforce to achieve enterprise excellence. In this webinar leaders are introduced to the elements, focus points, and process to improve their House of Workforce. If you find that your team has an ongoing struggle with the workforce, this webinar is for you!
- Leaders and decision-makers are becoming acutely aware of the ever-changing landscape of workforce talent development and the need for robust succession planning to face the impending tidal wave of retirements. During this webinar we will highlight the need for succession planning and identify 3 initial — and essential — steps to effectively begin a strategic succession plan.
Cost: FREE! Unable to attend the live session? A recording of the panel discussion will be available for download at the IMEC Coronavirus: Update page.
Contact Name: Emily Lee
Contact Phone: 608-445-4905
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