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Scientific Management Techniques Community College Collaboration Rapidly Solves Industrial Skill Gap
Stephen Berry, President of SMT, stated, “It has become clear that 'solution driven' community colleges like Southwest, collaborating with local industry, are positioned to deliver targeted training that will dramatically improve workforce skills as well as deliver the requisite productivity improvement for manufacturers. Working with stakeholders in their market, Southwest is proactively leading the way and delivering the model solution for other schools that want to work closely with manufacturers and workforce professionals to improve employability and industrial performance."
The hands-on training curriculum developed by SMT is unique in the industry. With hands-on training aids and interactive exercises, SMT trains to specific skill sets required for students to become productive members of the manufacturing team. Graduates are driving productivity for local manufacturers and feedback from Memphis employers is remarkable. The skill assessment component is critical to the program’s success. The hands-on assessments identify mechanical instinct and aptitude pre-training;
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There are two primary objectives when providing industrial training:
… deliver highly effective training that immediately impacts productivity, and
… deliver the training quickly and efficiently returning manpower back to production as soon as possible
SMT achieves these objectives due to the demand-driven curriculum design and the extensive use of over two hundred (200) hands-on training aids. The on-going skills shortage mandates this robust curriculum and training methodology;
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Stephen Berry, President