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Do you want a rewarding career in a growing industry? Do you want higher pay and benefits, and opportunities for advanced education and training?

The advanced manufacturing industry spawns many jobs and economic activity. The traditional perceptions of manufacturing are being transformed by the increasing use of advanced technologies.

Registered Apprenticeship

The Registered Apprenticeship model is well known and has served the training needs of a variety of businesses and industries over time. The basic components of the model are especially suited to the advanced manufacturing industry.

The apprenticeship model helps participants attain high performance through a cohesive process which links formal instruction in the form of a degree or certification with a standardized process of delivering and measuring hands-on/on-the-job learning (OJL).

For decades, registered apprenticeship programs have been successful by combining on-the-job learning with classroom theory supported by a strong mentoring component. The apprentice goes through a structured program established by the employer that includes incremental wage increases until he or she completes the course of training.

How it Works in Advanced Manufacturing

The National Institute for Metalworking Skills, Inc. (NIMS) has developed a competency-based metalworking apprenticeship model and is supporting career development in advanced manufacturing. Occupations involved in apprenticeship include: Machininist, Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Specialist/Lathe, CNC Miller, Mold Maker, Tool and Die Maker, and Press Operator. NIMS is a nonprofit organization formed by metalworking trade associations, national labor organizations, a council of state governors, companies, and educators, to support the development of a skilled workforce for the metalworking industry.

For more information, please contact NIMS.

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