COLORADO HELPS ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROGRAM (CHAMP): PATHWAYS TO IN-DEMAND CAREERS IN COLORADO Emily Lesh, Colorado Workforce Development Center Bitsy Cohn, Colorado Community College System Today • Introductions • Advanced Manufacturing What is it? Why is it important to the country? Why is it important to Colorado? • The national employment landscape • Skills and expectations • The data • Critical occupations • CHAMP: Building Colorado’s workforce • CHAMP Colleges and programs • The Interactive Career Map • Colorado’s Workforce Centers • What can YOU do today? Advanced Manufacturing is defined as… …the method to design and produce. It uses innovative technology, processes and methods to improve the quality of production, products & workforce. • MAKING THINGS COOL IN DENVER Manufacturing Matters To The US • 12 million + jobs in the U.S. • 2/3 of all private sector R&D • Employs over 60% all domestic scientists and engineers • Attracts the most FDI than any other country • 65% of all U.S. trade • Premium wages and strong multiplier effect • Major support sector for Colorado’s other economic drivers: healthcare, defense, energy, construction, business services Manufacturing Matters To Colorado • The average annually salary: $60,000 • 25% higher than the average for all other industries combined. • Represents about 6% of all jobs • More than 120,000 manufacturing employees. • 4th largest private industry in terms of output, making it arguably the largest “traded cluster” in the state. • Colorado was one of 11 sates to grow its exports in double in digit percentages from 2011 to 2012—up to a record $8.2 billion from $7.3 billion. There’s a shift underway . . . • New jobs • Better jobs • Returning jobs • New technologies • New Products • New Markets Advancing from the 20th Century to A Vibrant New 21st Century Economy • Dirty • Smart • Dumb • Safe • Dangerous • Sustainable • Disappearing • Surging Colorado Manufacturing Employment - All Occupations, 2012 Transportation and Material Moving Occupations, 5% Office and Business Operations Support, 6% Other, 4% Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations, 6% Production Occupations, 48% Management Occupations, 7% Sales and Related Occupations, 8% Architecture and Engineering Occupations, 16% Projected Manufacturing Job Growth Total Job Growth by Occupation 2012-2022 Colorado 80000 9000 Colorado Manufacturing Employment, 2012 Projected Employment, 2022 6783 70000 60000 50000 40000 30000 1468 20000 1207 909 10000 627 621 Transportation and Material Moving Occupations Sales and Related Occupations 280 862 0 0 Production Occupations Office and Business Operations Support Architecture and Engineering Occupations Other Management Occupations Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations Most Critical Occupations According to Colorado Manufacturers • Fabrication and Assembly Workers • Production Workers • CNC Operators • CNC Machine Programmers • Machinists • Maintenance and Repair Service Specialists • Industrial Machinery Mechanics • Inspectors and Quality Control Workers • Supply Chain and Sales Specialists • Welders • Engineers (process, electrical, etc.) Challenges in Preparing Colorado’s Workforce for Manufacturing Jobs • Rapidly changing equipment and technology • Skill gaps across multiple levels: entry, mid, advanced • Lack of experience on the job • Misperceptions by young people about what manufacturing jobs really are • Education and training programs that are misaligned with real needs CHAMP • Nine colleges: curriculum development and equipment • Open resources • Credit for prior learning • Transfer and articulation agreements for students • Stackable credentials • Navigators for student success • Veterans The CHAMP Consortium • Front Range Community College • Community College of Denver • Pikes Peak Community College • Red Rocks Community College • Lamar Community College • Pueblo Community College • AIMS Community College • Metro State University Denver • Emily Griffith Technical College Front Range Community College • Precision Machining Technology Services • Cert. CAD/CAM • Cert. Manual Machining • Cert. Quality Control Certificate • Credit and non-credit options Community College of Denver • Machining • AAS Machine Tech: CNC Manufacturing • Cert. Computer Numeric Control (CNC) Machine Tool Operator • Cert. Intermediate Machining • Cert. Basic Machining • AAS Machining Tech: CNC Mgt. • Cert. Industrial Maintenance Tech • Cert. Wire EDM Machining • Cert. 5-Axis Machining • Cert. Multi-axis Machining • Welding • AAS in Trades and Industry: Fabrication Welding • • • • Certificate Certificate Certificate Certificate in Trades and Industry: Fabrication Welder in Trades and Industry: Arc Welder in Trades and Industry: Intermediate Welding in Trades and Industry: Basic Welding • Engineering Graphics • AAS in Engineering Graphics with an Emphasis in Mechanical Drafter • • • • Certificate Certificate Certificate Certificate in Engineering in Engineering in Engineering in Engineering Graphics with an Emphasis in Solid Works Graphics with an Emphasis in Inventor Graphics with an Emphasis in Basic Mechanical Designer Graphics - 3D Modeling Pikes Peak Community College • Cert. Basic Machining • Cert. CNC • Cert. NIMS Certification Red Rocks Community College • Cert. Swiss Screw Manufacturing • Cert 5-Axis • Cert Manufacturing Quality 1 • Cert Manufacturing Quality 2 • Cert Manufacturing Quality 3 Lamar Community College • AAS in Trades and Industry: Fabrication Welding • Cert. Trades and Industry: Fabrication Welder • Cert. Trades and Industry: Arc Welder • Cert. Trades and Industry: Basic Welding Pueblo Community College • Machining • AAS Machining Technology • • • • • Cert. Machining Technology Cert. Machining Technology CNC Cert. CAD/CAM Cert. Inspection Cert. Manual Machining • Welding • AAS Welding • • • • • • Cert. Fitter or Combination Welder Cert. High Pressure Pipe Welder Cert. Structural Welder Cert. Low Pressure Pipe Welder Structural Welding Introduction Mini - Certificate Structural Welding Intermediate Mini – Certificate • Industrial Electronic Technology • AAS Electromechanical Technology • Cert. Electromechanical Technology AIMS Community College • Industrial Technology • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) • Cert. Industrial Technology Level I • Cert. Industrial Technology Level II • Cert. Industrial Technology Level III • Cert. Industrial Technology Level IV • Cert. Industrial Technology Level V Metro State University • Composite Manufacturing • Advanced Composite Processing • 3D Modeling (Engineering Graphics) • Basic 3D Printing (Additive Manufacturing) • Stackable Certificates – bridge to engineering Emily Griffith Technical College • Cert. Pre Manufacturing • Personal effectiveness, Academic, Workplace and Manufacturing Workplace Competencies Pathway • Welding Pathway AWS Level 1 • Welding Pathway AWS Level 2 • Machining Technologies Pathway (CCD) Interactive Career Map • Primary users: • A. Career explorers • B. Navigators, HE Advisors, WFC Case Managers • C. Employer networks • Help users understand and access the education and credentials that are required to attain gainful employment • Industry driven data – dynamic, real-time • Interactive – allows for exploration of industries, local and national employment opportunities, and educational resources • http://www.vividfuture.org/content/career-map-0 Colorado’s Workforce Centers • Career counseling • Training • Job Listings • Computer and internet access • Specialized training Also work closely with employers to ensure effective placements to meet needs of jobseeker and employers Engaging manufacturers via Regional sector partnerships • Regional manufacturer led partnerships with education, workforce, and economic development • Ongoing and sustainable • Get involved! www.sectorssummit.com or Emily.Lesh@state.co.us What can you do? • Connect to your local colleges • Connect to your local Workforce Center • Connect to local industry partners • Watch for marketing rollout of the Interactive Career Map in October of 2014 • Do some research on AM: www.cccs.edu/CHAMP http://www.advancecolorado.com/ http://www.symbaloo.com/shared/AAAACMSNVS0AA42Agd4JvQ== QUESTIONS? Contact Information • Emily Lesh • Assistant Director, Policy and Industry Partnerships • Colorado Workforce Development Council • Emily.Lesh@state.co.us • 303-318-8470 • www.sectorssummit.com • Bitsy Cohn • Director, Credit for Prior Learning • Colorado Community College System • firstname.lastname@example.org • (720)858-2883 • www.cccs.edu/champ Creative Commons Attribution This Workforce Solution created by Emily Lesh and Bitsy Cohn under the Colorado Helps Advanced Manufacturing Program , is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at www.cccs.edu.