Manufacturers solve problems internally, bringing training in-house

By MiBiz

Feb 19, 2018

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Over the last few years, manufacturers have developed extensive in-house training programs in a move to combat skilled worker shortages.

While many companies seek partnerships or outside experts for the training, others have taken the responsibility to invest in their own futures by building up internal educational capacity.

Marne-based DeWys Manufacturing Inc. offers potential hires a 12-week paid training course, similar to a college semester. The program, dubbed “DeWys University,” is built around a curriculum catering to multiple department needs, such as laser cutting, press break, welding, general machines, powder coat and assembly.

Read the full story at mibiz.com.

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