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We offer group learning, roundtables, supervisory training, OSHA training, and strategic planning for employees and leaders at all levels within your organization.
We find the subject matter experts that are best-equipped to facilitate peer-to-peer learning groups covering the most relevant topics related to company growth and profitability. Employees gain valuable networking and professional development opportunities while staying on top of the latest strategies and trends in many manufacturing topics.
"The greatest benefit to Cleveland Steel Tool has been spreading the gospel of Lean and 5S past the senior management level, to allow foremen and machine operators to hear from their peers about the benefits of the process. Sharing ideas within a controlled environment is a far superior learning technique than internet videos or classroom pedagogues."
President - Cleveland Steel Tool Co.
There are two tracks offered for supervisors in this nationally recognized program for supervisors and employees with advancement potential. This employee development plan supports growth in nine key categories and requires participants to meet at Manufacturing Works for four consecutive weeks.
This is a general industry training opportunity that's viewed by The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) as a proactive step toward safety compliance and employee workplace safety. Don’t wait on a visit from OSHA and face a potential mandatory training.
Employee development doesn’t stop at the managerial level. The SPC 3.0 program is a strategic planning experience that allows you to examine every area of your business. This course will show you how to examine where you are, outline goals and objectives, create an action plan, and lay out expected results.
Industry technicians who are retired or in transition can assist classrooms and support teachers with hands-on learning that prepares students for work experiences and industry certifications.
Our apprenticeship programs are run through the Manufacturing Works Apprenticeship Consortium. This is a network of manufacturing companies working together to provide career opportunities for individuals in our community. We handle the administration and companies focus on on-the-job training and mentoring. Apprenticeships include paid job training and technical training.
We're currently training for the following occupations:
Employers interested in joining the consortium should contact Beth Dawson, Apprenticeship Program Manager, via email or at 216.920.1963.
Want to become an apprentice? Contact T.J. McGowan, Senior Manager of Employment Services, at 216.588.1441.
If you're interested in having access to all of these programs and training opportunities, contact us today. Manufacturing Works membership is ready to deliver the workforce development solutions you need to grow the skillsets of your employees—and your business.