Wednesday, 4 January 2017

The-Future-Of-Manufacturing-Education

Focus on skills. As we enter the fourth industrial revolution, and the role of technology increases, the range of skills needed to work in the manufacturing industry increases - but many workers do not get a chance to learn new skills and fill the void. Early four years ago, he left the skills gap 10000000 manufacturing jobs in all parts of the world that can not be filled, and it seems that only the number has increased since then. The implications of such a significant shortfall. They can have a material impact on the "employment and income, and the manufacturers of both growth and profitability workers.But the situation can be reversed. CEOs and executives in manufacturing companies all over the world already know the talent-driven innovation and the number one determinant of competitiveness. Manufacturers are looking to hire workers with high skills and are willing to pay more than market prices in the areas of manpower that suffer under talent crisis. If it was possible to close the gap in skills, all of the workers and manufacturers can thrive once again.

Continuous innovation. Innovation creates new opportunities for manufacturing and the growth of the industry. In order to make the industry globally competitive, manufacturers must take advantage of new technology. We need to be innovative and adaptable, and accountable for the control of our future. By re-invest in the manufacturing industries, it will put all of the small and large factories to create thousands of manufacturing jobs with high salaries, as well as spin-off jobs in other sectors of the economy.

Partnerships between the public and private sectors. Workforce skilled and educated, or rather the lack of it, is the greatest influence in global manufacturing. To close this gap in the growing skills key is a partnership between the public and private sectors - where the educational system provides industry-based training, and are aligned to the private sector standards, along with learning on the job, and with the support of public policy and civil society leaders. Harmonize education with the manufacturing industry standards sets high expectations and establish an effective and decisive talent pipeline. It is essential that policy makers defends education policies and vocational training that enhance manufacturing operating.

No comments:

Post a Comment