In the past, when choosing a car, there were choices in terms of the color you wanted and the features you were looking for in a particular model you wanted to buy. Times have changed! Today, one of the most important choices is picking the type of transmission system you want in a vehicle.
The manufacturing ecosystem is very demanding with industries which usually require a lot of ingenuity. To encourage this innovative approach, incorporating and implementing quality eLearning programs as a method of training is crucial. In a manufacturing company, workers do not have enough time for training. With the steady backbone of technology, eLearning has been able to create training for a variety of audiences with different learning needs. For eLearning to be truly impactful, one needs to understand the rule that one size DOES NOT fit all.
In the final blog post of this series, let’s take a look at ways to ensure an increase in the number of skilled workers in the manufacturing sector.
The U.S. manufacturing industry is experiencing a time of incredible growth and is considered the world’s 8th largest economy. The country is benefiting from this success, but so are the employees! Check out the most recent data from The Manufacturing Institute:
Knowledge is power, and QA Manager Mike Long of Webster Industries, Inc. swears by this formula for the success and growth of the organization. We spoke to him and his colleague Jason Creeger, Foundry Production Supervisor, to find out how they have successfully implemented THORS courses at Webster.