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AMP 1.0 16 recommendations "aimed at reinventing manufacturing in a way that ensures U.S. competitiveness, feeds into the nation's innovation economy, and invigorates the domestic manufacturing base."
AMP 1.0 Three Pillars Enable innovation Secure the Talent Pipeline Improve Business Climate
AMP 1.0 Actions: Expanded investments in applied research for emerging, cross-cutting manufacturing technologies 4 manufacturing innovation institutes with more on the way (National Network for Manufacturing Innovation—NNMI) Additive Manufacturing (Youngstown, OH) Next Generation Power Electronics (Raleigh, NC) Digital Manufacturing & Design (Chicago, IL) Lightweight & Modern Metals (Detroit, MI)
AMP 1.0 Actions: $1 billion to upgrade our community colleges to train workers for advanced manufacturing jobs deploy the talent of returning veterans to in-demand jobs, including in advanced manufacturing
AMP 2.0 Formed 5 Work Teams: 1.Transformative Manufacturing Technologies 2.Workforce Education & Training 3.NNMIs 4.Scale-Up 5.Manufacturing Image & Outreach
AMP 2.0 Make-up of the Work Teams: Large research universities Manufacturers Community colleges Trade associations Convened regional meetings
AMP 2.0 Workforce Education & Training Four Areas: Pathways Stackable Credentials Apprenticeship Veterans
AMP 2.0 Workforce Education & Training Incent private investment in the implementation of a system of nationally recognized, portable, and stackable skill certifications that employers utilize in hiring and promotion.
AMP 2.0 Workforce Education & Training Make the development of online training and accreditation programs eligible to receive federal support, for example through federal jobs training programs.
AMP 2.0 Workforce Education & Training Curate the documents, toolkits and playbooks that have been created by AMP2.0 to further scale and replicate these important talent development opportunities, via the Manufacturing Institute.
AMP 2.0 Workforce Education & Training Expand Effective Workforce Development Strategies through the $100 Million American Apprenticeships grant competition – This fall, the Department of Labor will launch a $100 Million American Apprenticeships Grant “How to Guide”
AMP 2.0 Workforce Education & Training Veterans in Manufacturing Playbook Veterans Colleges/Universities Employers
AMP 2.0 Workforce Education & Training / Image Communicating the Value of Careers in Manufacturing to America’s Youth – Manufacturing Day attracted more than 50,000 visitors to over 1,600 factories (Department of Commerce) – A national campaign to promote the value of career and technical education (Department of Education)
AMP 2.0 Other Recommendations Infrastructure to support the innovation pipeline Create Manufacturing Centers of Excellence (MCEs) Create Manufacturing Technology Testbeds (MTTs) Expand NNMIs Develop industry standards for key systems
AMP 2.0 Other Recommendations Governance Create governance structure for NNMIs Create Advanced Manufacturing Advisory Consortium (input on research & development)
AMP 2.0 Other Recommendations Scale‐up small/medium enterprises Improve access to capital through the creation of a public‐private scale‐up investment fund Improve information flow between strategic partners Use tax incentives to foster manufacturing investments