Another Effort at Training New Machinists

Randy Pearson, Siemens international business development manager, is passionate about training for all levels of CNC machine tools. He recently wrote an article about this topic.


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Training at the school run by a leading CNC supplier educates current and future operators in the latest control technology advancements.   

Educating and inspiring the next generation of manufacturing talent is one of industry’s important jobs. Today, the lack of skilled workers is among the top issues facing the manufacturing community. Its very existence hinges on finding new, qualified workers.

Randy Pearson is a veteran of the machine tool industry and is a Siemens international business development manager. He is passionate about training for all levels of CNC machine tools to help ensure a steady supply of skilled workers for their futures and the future of manufacturing.

Randy submitted an article about this topic recently, and I wanted to share it with you. I’m pretty sure you will find it interesting and informative. Happily, the program that Randy, Siemens, and other industry leaders are advocating is not unique. Unfortunately, such programs are also not ubiquitous. Click here to read Randy’s article.

Industry led programs are how manufacturing is once again going to find a place in the hearts and minds of young people. Exposure to the realities of making things in today’s manufacturing environment is the ticket.