With potential penalties ranging from astronomical fines to imprisonment, comprehensive compliance training has become an undeniable imperative for manufacturers. Learn how to deliver effective compliance training to manufacturing workers in this article.
The Association For Manufacturing Technology and SME announced a strategic partnership today, making bigger strides together toward solving North America’s manufacturing workforce challenges.
AR/VR training for manufacturing workers has moved beyond being a novelty to a critical part of workforce development. It can offer a potent blend of safety, efficiency and adaptability, shaping the manufacturing industry's future.
When the employee sees that their organization is willing to invest in their future, they’ll be more likely to stay long term. In this article, we’ll evaluate how training can be a key driver in attracting and retaining manufacturing workers.
To address gaps in the manufacturing industry, employers must focus on recruiting and training new talent with hands-on experience to build skill sets and close skill gaps.
Learning technologies will play a crucial role in training and upskilling manufacturing workers for the future of work.
The Women in Manufacturing association (WiM) Illinois and Illinois Manufacturing Excellence Center (IMEC) are partnering together.
Training the nation's next-generation machine tool workforce is continuing this summer through six in-person bootcamps in Knoxville developed by the Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation, or IACMI-The Composites Institute®.
Poka, a leading connected worker platform built specifically for manufacturers, has raised $25 million in Series B financing in support of the company’s next phase of growth.
JFF's Center for Apprenticeship & Work-Based Learning will work to build new career pathways for women and other underrepresented populations in manufacturing.