When the Woodwork Career Alliance was formed 10 years ago, we had one primary focus – develop a set of industry relevant Skill Standards. As we move into our second decade, the WCA is positioned to make a huge impact on our workforce.
Greg Heuer has been a driving force behind the development of national skill standards and credential program that are paving woodworking career paths for students and professionals. He discusses the Woodwork Career Alliance’s origins, mission and values as only he who has lived them could relate.
Several dozen woodworking executives endorsed the Woodwork Career Alliance’s woodworking skill credentials program via their participation in the “Passports Open Doors” campaign at the Architectural Woodwork Institute’s Annual Convention.
The Woodwork Career Alliance of North America is celebrating its 10th anniversary as a champion of woodworking skills and careers. Heading into 2017, the WCA looks to build on its momentum including having a big presence at the AWFS Fair in Las Vegas.