Preparing Technicians for the Future of Work — The Challenges
Michael Lesiecki, host
January 2019 | 00:15:02
Episode 1 Transcript
For many of today’s technicians the Future of Work is already in focus. They are cross-disciplinary workers, immersed in diverse platforms and interrelated systems that once belonged to single industry sectors.
Who Owns the Skills Gap?
Over the last ten years, the skills gap has increasingly been the subject of business roundtables, government agency forums and think tank research. Employers report struggling to find new workers with...
One of the Key Things to Measure — OEE
Mariano Carreras, SMC International Training, guest
March 2019 | 00:19:17
Episode 3 Transcript
A gap may exist between industry practice and what our students learn and practice in our education environment if they don’t learn about Overall Equipment Effectiveness.
Design Thinking for Gender Equity
Gender equity is a critical issue for both education and industry as we face the future of work. In this episode, we discuss how strategies for encouraging equitable representation of women in high-tech...
Taking a Journey to the Future
How can industry inspire students to envision themselves working in advanced manufacturing? And how can colleges attract and recruit students into existing high-tech career pathways programs? One approach,
Silver Buckshot: A Micro-Credentials Approach to Training and Education
What if a student would like to earn credit in bite-sized pieces? What if employers valued shorter-time, competency-based credentials? Micro-credentials might be an answer.
Smarter and More Independent Robots
Machine learning and artificial intelligence help robots become smarter and more aware of their surroundings, so that they can work on their own. As they become more independent and can make the decisions on their own,