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1 Industrial Readiness Training Program (IRT) Workplace Skills Development October 31, 2014 Mike Beebe: NCSC Project Director

2 Agenda Introductions Goals of the program ▫Consortia members ▫Goals ▫Overview of Grant IRT Overview ▫Custom IRT ▫What are our expectations of the Student? Pathways/Next Steps for Students

3 Advanced Manufacturing, Mechatronics, and Quality Consortium (AMMQC/TAACCCT) IRT program is part of a National effort to create pathways to manufacturing jobs.

4 Goal To develop graduates for entry level positions in manufacturing and to develop their individual career pathways in the field of Advanced manufacturing

5 Grant Summary $ 2.9 Million for NC State ▫Personnel ▫Equipment Length ▫Completion 9/30/2017 Training Goals ▫Consortium total :1720 ▫NC State: 250 of the total ▫Common Core element for Industrial Readiness Training (IRT) ▫Interchange of ideas to create curriculums

6 Who does the Grant serve? AMMQC TAACCCT participants must meet the following eligibility criteria: 18 years of age or older Eligible to work in United States (U.S. Citizen or authorized to work) Member of targeted group (TAA-impacted, Unemployed, Dislocated Worker, Underemployed Worker) as certified by local workforce agency, with the following order of priority: ▫TAA-eligible Veterans ▫Other TAA-eligible ▫Dislocated worker, unemployed, or underemployed

7 Team Members for Grant Regional Project Manager Faculty Coach/ TutorBusiness Liaison Primary Responsibility -Curriculum Development -IRT Instruction -Soft Skills training Primary Responsibility -Life Skills -Workplace skills -Work Keys tutor Primary Responsibility -Input from area businesses, pre and post IRT training

8 IRT Goals Introduce you to the Workplace ▫Organization ▫Environment ▫Role in the company ▫Skills Required

9 Types of IRT’s Customer focused training

10 Foscused IRT Key train for Math, Reading, Information Gathering, Work Key tests on each Basic Machine, test with Mechanical Aptitude Tester 10 Hour OSHA training Introduction to needed entry level operation ▫Examples: ▫Overview of Operator duties ▫Math/Measurement ▫Blueprint Reading/Measurement ▫Lab- Visit customer site and perform observation and assessment, if necessary ▫Test Student- “Determine Good Part” ▫Intro to customer service Soft Skills Training ▫Team Building ▫Conflict ▫Communications ▫Interview Skills ▫Resume ▫Listening ▫Time Management ▫Work Place Ethics NC State Focused IRT training

11 Candidates will take the mechanical aptitude test during the two weeks of class, if required Mechanical Aptitude Tester

12 IRT Curriculum Outcomes CoreTime (Class hours) OutcomesAssessments Manufacturing Overview2Overview of hiring Company Requirements of job available Process description of hiring company Work Place Success8Team BuildingFeedback report to Customer regarding student performance and behaviors Conflict and Confrontation Time Management Workplace Ethics Goal Setting Applied Math4Basic mathWork Keys Score Area, volume, perimeter Decimal, fractions Story Problems

13 IRT Curriculum Outcomes CoreTime (Class hours) OutcomesAssessments Communications4Effective Communication Feedback report to Customer regarding student performance and behaviors Effective Listening OSHA- 10 Safety10Safety Training CertificationOSHA Card Key Train, Math, Reading, Info Gathering 20 hours minimum Online study with tutor available for questions Work Keys Score Basic Machine4 Mechanical AptitudeMeasure Individual Mechanical Aptitude SMT Mechanical Trainer Score Manufacturing Processes8Specific to the type of entry jobCompany specific assessment Basic Measurement8Review basic measurement and tools, blue print reading Can you find the bad part assessment

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15 What will be expected of Student? Follow Attendance policy Follow the Drug Free Policy Proper Attire required Proper Attitude required Outside classroom study required Enrollment Agreement

16 Good Attendance Practice: Arrival Time (7:45) Return from breaks on time

17 Drug Free Policy Drugs are not permitted in the workplace nor are they permitted at NCSC.

18 Workplace Proper Attire Customer requirements Example ▫Closed-toe shoes ▫No tank tops ▫No shorts ▫Shirts with sleeves

19 Proper Attitude Treat everyone with respect Provide answers in a respectful manner when called upon Participate in the class to get the most out of it Ask questions if you need more information

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21 Entry Level Job Customer Specific (8 am-12pm)

22 What is after the IRT?

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