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Minimizing the Skills Gap

An Industrial Perspective

Jan Roetman Minimizing the Gap - An Industrial Perspective WorldSkills Leadership Forum 2003 1


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What is contributing to the skills gap?

  • Continual change in regulations – ATEX, EN-61010

  • New technologies – Wireless, Automation

  • Competition (drive to low cost manufacturing) – Global sourcing for both components and labor


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Residential electricians

Electrical Systems

Appliances

Networking


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Industrial electricians

  • Process Control

Electrical Systems

Industrial Machines

HVAC


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What employers want

  • A well-prepared, ready workforce

    • Immediate deployment

    • Currency of knowledge

    • Prepared for lifelong learning


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Bridging the gap

  • The key to development of a global, ready workforce is effective partnering between industry and education.


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Bridging the gap

  • Industry provides educators benefits on two levels

    • - We are your customer. We employ the students you educate

    • -- We understand the market and the labor needs of our customers


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  • Oslo

  • Robin

  • Everett HQ

  • Norwich

RPM

  • Eindhoven

Raytek

  • Fluke Canada

Fluke Korea

  • Colo. Springs

  • Fluke Japan

Hart

  • Fluke China

  • Fluke Bio-Medical

Bejing, Shanghai-Shilu Guangzhou, Chengdu, Xi’an

  • Dallas

  • Mexel (Mexico)

  • Fluke Malaysia

  • Fluke SEA (Singapore)

  • Hinditron (India)

  • Fluke Singapore

  • Coasin (Venezuela)

  • Avesco (Philippines)

  • SEI (Colombia)

  • IRE/ Infodata (Peru)

  • Fluke Australia/New Zealand

  • Fluke do Brasil

  • Intronica (Chile)

  • Viditec (Argentina)

Bridging the gap

  • Fluke workforce needs are global


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Bridging the gap

  • Fluke understands the needs of customers in its markets

  • Residential/Commercial electricians

    --Industrial Electricians

  • Process techs

  • HVAC techs

  • Electronic tech and engineers


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Fluke Educational Initiatives

  • WorldSkills sponsorship

  • Equipment sponsor for 2003 competition

  • Participation in individual country Skills organizations

  • Educational materials


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Building the bridge together

  • Working together with a win/win attitude, we can train and maintain a labor force that supports the infrastructure growth and economic development needed to drive the world’s economy.


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