Francis Tuttle employees work diligently to continue to learn and upgrade their skills during the Summer to fill the skills gap by preparing students to be skilled workers.
When companies stop or slow production to prepare for a new product line, it does not necessarily mean all work stops. And much like any company implementing new equipment, software or procedures, the same goes for career training during Summer months.
“New” in industry requires instructors to learn new skills to prepare training for students, i.e., future employees. Companies need employees who know existing skills, as well as a thirst to learn more and being familiar with any new equipment, software, and techniques their employer plans to incorporate.
Instructors and staff also participate in conferences, work toward certifications and degrees, and attend other professional development activities over the Summer, re-tooling their own skill sets to offer opportunities for students and those future employees.
New and better likens to a need for training, which is what CareerTech does best, and Francis Tuttle employees work diligently to continue to learn and upgrade their skills so they can effectively present those to students, help companies and fill the skills gap.