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1 Certifying the Industrial Athlete of the Future Rebekah Hutton VP, Strategic Initiatives October 2014

2 600,000

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7 12 Million High school Post- secondary Incumbent workers Cross- training Dislocated workers Career changers

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9 College Credit (2012) ANSI/ISO (2011) NAM-MI (2009 & 2011) USDOL/Ed (2005/2006) National Skill Standards Board (2001)

10 States Assessment centers Instructors trained Assessments delivered Credentials issued

11  Industry-led, standards-based training, assessment and certification system  Core technical skills and knowledge  Frontline workers in manufacturing and logistics: CPT & CLT  Industry-wide

12 Manufacturing 98,000 $ % Logistics 72,450 $ % *BLS May 2014

13 Certified Production Technician Safety Quality Green Production Certified Logistics Technician Foundational CLA Mid-level Technical CLT Process and Production Maintenance Awareness

14 SafetyQualityProcess MaintenanceGreen

15 CLACLT

16 Individuals Document Skills National Credentials Career Pathway Educators Increased Enrollment Certificates & Degrees Industry Clients Employers Established Pipeline Decreased Recruitment Costs Less Remedial Training

17  Over 90% report that they feel:  More confident on the job to handle emergencies  Better able to solve problems  More comfortable with language of industry  Better understand industry work functions  More able to be flexible and adapt to changing technologies

18 “It was a stepping stone to bigger things. Since [earning my CPT] I have completed a 26 credit hour certificate program in SCM at a community college, gained employment at a pharmaceutical manufacturing firm, and am now studying to take Certified Six Sigma Black Belt exam next month.” Full‐CLT, Ohio, Community College Student

19  Common language: MSSC Standards are foundational  Fulfills many federal and state grant requirements  Fits into for-credit or non-credit  Enhance existing degree or college-issued certificate programs  Flexible to fit school’s needs

20 Manufacturing Technology AAS  Step 1: Full-CPT + Applied Math + Internship  Step 2: Select specialization ◦ Mechatronics ◦ Precision machining ◦ Metal fabrication ◦ Supply chain management/logistics  Step 3: Obtain internship in specialization  Step 4: Complete coursework (CLT, NIMS, etc)  Step 5: Complete core for AAS degree

21  Boot-camp style: full-time, short-term ◦ CPT: 6-8 weeks ◦ CLT: 2-4 weeks  Combine with other national or regional programs ◦ OSHA-10 ◦ Forklift ◦ Software

22  Toyota Summer Internships ◦ Junior year = CPT Safety + 8 week internship ◦ Senior year = CPT Quality + 8 week internship  State/local funding for training, transportation  Toyota: $2800 for each summer internship  98% went on to full-time employment OR continued education

23  Pipeline of skilled workers  Decreased recruitment costs  Elimination of remedial training  Shorter time to productivity  ISO accreditation – common practice globally

24 Randstad Case Study

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