Winston-Salem, NC, -  Forsyth Technical Community College has released the final report of findings, recommendations and highlights of the June regional roundtable for talent development for additive/disruptive manufacturing held in Winston-Salem. More than 75 leaders from national, state, and regional institutions, organizations, industries, and workforce communities attended the roundtable, including Institute President Jennifer McNelly.
This report allows for the beginning efforts of collaboration around critical manufacturing ideas and opportunities. Some discussion included the Institute’s Skills Certification System and addressing the hurdles for the future of manufacturing. From this, participants learned that the future of manufacturing skills and talent development must be dynamic and beyond the traditional workforce system approach.
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