In support of our INDustry™ members we continue to increase the scope of the Skill Standards and Assessments. We’ve added a number of sanders and shapers to the Standards. We’ve added tenoners and special boring and insertion machines.
About Greg Heuer
-- 50+ years success producing programs of value in public and private education for both children and adults.
-- I help woodworkers navigate a smooth path through this "business" of advanced woodwork manufacturing.
-- I demonstrate the art of negotiating without giving in.
-- I'm committed to the integrity of fine construction professionals.
Entries by Greg Heuer
Take a look at this short video. See how the MI system and the WCA Passport and Credential Program go together.
Click the link below to read how an AWI member firm supports our efforts to grow the woodwork manufacturing industry into the future. CLICK HERE http://www.ourmidland.com/prweb/woodworking-businesses-and-organizations-combat-woodworking-skills-crisis/article_c95bd70e-86f6-5c62-861c-996a7fff39ca.html
• Over 35 million Baby Boomers will be leaving the workplace in the next 10 to 15 years (U.S. Census) • The cost of replacing an employee varies from 50% of their annual salary to 400% (SHRM) • Half of Millennials (twenty-somethings) would rather have no job than a job they don’t like (PEW) • […]
The AWFS tells its audience about our 50 schools. This helps us recruit new supplier and supporter advocates in the February newsletter. CLICK HERE to learn more.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 30, 2014 CONTACT: Sean Lynch 703-683-9312; firstname.lastname@example.org ACTE APPLAUDS SENATORS PORTMAN, KAINE ON FORMATION OF CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION CAUCUS Will Serve as a Voice for Career and Technical Education on Capitol Hill ALEXANDRIA, VA –The Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) today lauded the bipartisan efforts of U.S. Senators […]
2014 has started off with an impressive 50 member schools in the first year of the EDUcation™ division of the Woodwork Career Alliance. They join for both the tangible benefits and the support they get for their programs from vendors, associations, and each other. Check it out here: http://woodworkcareer.org/wca-education-membership/
We are getting many website referrals from the bls.gov website, the Occupational Outlook Handbook, here: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/production/woodworkers.htm#tab-8
Because we are getting more and more calls and emails from employers looking for woodworkers, we are seeing this again. There are jobs and there are seekers, but the job seekers either can’t or won’t move. What can we do to help young people take advantage of good job opportunities by leaving their comfort zone?