Owen Sound ON. In partnership with New Brunswick Department of Post Secondary Education, Training and Labour, Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium (EMC) is inviting all New Brunswick manufacturers to participate in improving their workplace manufacturing essential and productivity skills.
In support of manufacturers in New Brunswick, EMC is providing fully funded essential skills training programs for two key occupations (i.e. supervisors and production workers) to address skills gaps and raise productivity levels and capabilities of NB manufacturers. The initiative called Manufacturing Essentials Certification (MEC) is bringing industry validated tools and resources for the manufacturing workforce across the province of New Brunswick.
Manufacturing Essential Certification (MEC) is intended to help New Brunswick manufacturers increase their workforce productivity and become more competitive in a growing global marketplace. Workers who participate in the program learn the essential skills necessary to become more effective and productive in their roles, further increasing their engagement with their employers through workplace performance projects. With the MEC pilot project, EMC is establishing the foundation of a partnership framework with NB Government for an external delivery model of Essential Skills training for the Manufacturing Industry in New Brunswick.
For more information, please contact Jean-Pierre Giroux, National Director Skills and Talent Development, Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium (EMC), 613.447.8838, firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium (EMC), contact Al Diggins, President and General Manager, Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium (EMC), 1-866-323-4362, email@example.com.
Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium (EMC) members share to optimize learning, expertise and resources to achieve world-class. EMC offers a broad range of services, resources and programs which help industry meet increasing challenges in an unsteady economy. Member investment is returned in lower costs, a more vibrant and capable leadership and workforce, and lower stress in dealing with the day-to-day complexities of running a manufacturing operation. www.emccanada.org.