The National Center for Supply Chain Automation (NCSCA) will host its 4th Annual Symposium virtually on April 28-29 from noon to 3 pm EDT.
Despite the challenges of Covid-19, perseverance, resourcefulness, and collaboration delivered results for NCSCA over the past year. Expanded certification programs, updated curriculum, corporate apprenticeships, and the acquisition of industry-standard training equipment have all advanced the goal of training skilled supply chain technicians.
With industry partners, NCSCA successfully co-hosted twelve collaborative sessions titled “Next Generation Workforce Certification: Innovative Tools for Educating and Upskilling Supply Chain Automation Technicians,” reaching over 1,200 registrants. NCSCA also launched its highly-anticipated certification developed with guidance from MSSC & Amatrol in Fall 2020.
With additional NSF financial support, three partner colleges acquired Skill Boss Logistics (SBL) devices to assist with the certification, and Norco College leveraged funding to procure two devices to support the NCSCA apprenticeship program with Target Corporation and the supply chain automation courses.
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