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Polaris MEP 5m
We're thankful for the opportunity to serve Manufacturers - check out the events we have coming up in Nov, Dec (and even into 2019) - Reserve your seats now:
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Tri Star CC 30m
Thanks to these folks for touring the new 2.0 building site this past Saturday! Progress continues to roll on!!
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Claudina D'Costa 5h
More than half of all CEOs recognized they have a responsibility to reskill people in the face of automation. How employers can become active partners with educators to close the .
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David DeLong 2h
Making the industry "sexier" won't build tomorrow's workforce. Focus on creating a workplace where employees can grow and learn.
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Alison Allen 14m
Talk to team about student work placements
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TopClass LMS by WBT Systems 5h
Our “Learning Pathways: Fill Your Industry’s Skills Gap” post is a finalist in the eLearning 2018 MVP (Most Valuable Post) Awards. Would you please read it & vote for us?
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Steve Neville 1h
Last year it was predicted the shortage of skilled workers would reach 1.8M by 2022. But unfortunately the in revised estimates is already nearly 3 million with 500,00 of those in North America. Read more from :
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Kal Gyimesi 56m
Here’s what a of more than 2 million people will look like,
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Panaseer Team Nov 14
When struggling with empty positions or too few people with the ‘right skills,’ it's important that businesses find every opportunity to help the skilled professionals they do have to maximise the value they can deliver: via
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April Betts Gibson Nov 15
Meeting with in DC to discuss and the . We are here to ask lawmakers to .
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Olwyn Alexander 5h
Closing the could be as simple as ABC. How businesses can collaborate with educators to help shape the workforce of tomorrow. @stratandbi
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Women in Property SW 12h
Inspiring words from about the different routes young people can take to learn skills.... there is no ‘one size fits all’ & we need more successful people to shout about their varied paths!
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SkillsUSA Georgia PS 2h
Support SkillsUSA on November 27th, 2018 for . Your donation helps narrow the by supporting more than 400,000 students with technical training and the 21st-century competencies needed to excel. Donate today by visiting: .
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Bridging America's Gap 2h
My Advice for High School Graduates: Learn a Trade
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Andrew Bradley 3h
Manufacturing ? Employers can: raise wages further, which economists say could convince young people to enter the industry; create training programs; and improve the industry’s reputation. Via
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Bill Path 17h
Civils skills shortage worst on record
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Cluster Nov 15
"In the next 10 years, they expect 4.6 million new manufacturing jobs to be created, 2.4 million of which will remain unfilled because of a skills shortage. [...] Over the course of the decade, this shortage could cost the U.S. economy $2.5 trillion."
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Simon Ball Nov 14
and on top the jobs market is utterly stuffed... as the race to the bottom so the multinationals can pay the lowest wages ever, all the while bemoaning and talking about a when they have no intention of employing us anyway...
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Caspio 4h
Did you know that 4 out of 10 suffer from moderate to major IT ? Here’s how tech-savvy business pros bridge the skills gap in their organization.
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Richard Bruce Nov 15
In DC with Joe Roche (MCC) and Adam Jelenic (LMV) meeting with , , & discussing and public private partnerships between manufacturers/construction employers and education entities.
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