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1 Supplying Workforce Needs The Creation of the: NSF/ATE National Center for Supply Chain Technology Education This center is sponsored by the National Science Foundations Advanced Technological Education Program under Award No

2 2 MISSION The National Center for Supply Chain Technology Education will identify and develop skills-based educational pathways, facilitate professional development, and will disseminate educational materials with the goal of increasing the number of skilled supply chain technicians. VISION The Center aspires to increase the number of skilled technicians by serving as the national leader for supply chain technology education

3 3 Norco College 2001 Third Street Norco, CA Oakton Community College 1600 East Golf Rd. Des Plaines, IL Tacoma Community College 6501 South 19th Street Tacoma, WA Sinclair Community College 444 West Third Street Dayton, H PARTNERING COLLEGES Jefferson Community & Technical College 1000 Community College Dr. Louisville, KY

4 4 DEFINITION OF A SUPPLY CHAIN TECHNICIAN SUPPLY CHAIN TECHNOLOGY Information Technology Warehouse Mgmt. Systems, Wireless Cloud Computing, Bluetooth, ERP. A person who installs, operates, supports, upgrades, or maintains the software, hardware, or material handling equipment which supports the supply chain. Automation Control Sensors & Robotics Communications, Entrepreneurship, Soft Skills Manufacturing Production Geospatial (GPS, RFID)

5 5 OBJECTIVES 1. Conduct a gap analysis of existing technician training, identify technologies being used and develop training modules 2. Develop and deliver professional development training related to these technologies. 3. Disseminate information to students, educators, and industry

6 6 ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBERS

7 7 NATIONAL PARTNERS MAP

8 Categories of Supply Chain Technology Software systems: Forecasting, transportation, warehousing, inventory management e-business technologies: Automated shipping notices, e-data interchange, web portals, e-invoicing Visibility & productivity: Advanced bar codes, RFID, voice and light picking systems, event management Process advances: Entire chain process advances (Lean, Six Sigma), collaborative planning, forecasting, replenishment 8

9 A 21 st Century Warehouse Automated & Green 9 Robotic order fulfillment Mobile robotic automation Unmanned robotic forklifts Hydrogen fuel cell forklifts Moveable, programmable shelving units Skechers WarehouseSkechers Warehouse Skechers Conveyers Skechers Robot PickersSkechers ConveyersSkechers Robot Pickers

10 A 21 st Century Warehouse Information Technology Wireless infrastructure Bluetooth connectivity Cloud-based IT Web-based Warehouse Management Systems with graphical display dashboards Geospatial systems (RFID and GPS, satellite uplink/downlink) IBM Food Tracking IBM Prescription Tracking 10

11 Technologies Supporting Production, Distribution & Retail Digital imaging LAN/Bluetooth Portable printing Speech recognition 2D bar coding/RFID Remote management Real time location system Wireless and device security Voice/GPS communication integrated into rugged computers Retail Example 11

12 SCTE Objective 1 Implement a model career pathway through high school/community college/university partnerships to meet the industrys needs for educated technicians. Programs of study will be based on: Input from industry, stakeholders and center partners Supply-Chain Operations Reference model (Supply-Chain Council, 2008) Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Competency Model (U.S. Department of Labor, 2008) Human Capital Strategy and Core Logistics Competencies and Proficiencies (U.S. Department of Defense, 2008). 12

13 Pipeline Student-Centered Partnerships & Relationship Management Advisory Boards & Councils Align curriculum (Articulations) Mentorships/Internships/Co-ops Capstones Scholarships Faculty development Organizational Assessment 13

14 Curriculum Development Process Based on the TCP process Research Future Career fields Convene Futuring Panel Draft Document Convene Business/Industry/Labor Review Panel Conduct Technical Educator Review Conduct Stakeholder Review Conduct Academic Alignment Review Disseminate Career Field Standards Document 14

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17 NCSCTE Objective 2 Increase the number of high school & college faculty participating in supply chain technology professional development. Workshops Webinars Faculty training Development & distribution of curriculum 17

18 NCSCTE Objective 3 1. Disseminate best practices in training Project Website: Best practice documents White papers Newsletters Curricula 2. Sustainability through consulting 18

19 Bob Sheehan Tech Prep Program Manager Sinclair Community College (937) This project funded by


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