While military personnel are on a base still serving, permission can be granted to train for up to 6 months for civilian skills occupations. The Industry 4.0 Academy will be a virtual training system, using online training tools, which will enable training to occur at any base in the U.S. with a regular computer, internet and mouse. The completion of training will result in pre-trained candidates with shorter time to full occupational competency.
Strengthen the manufacturing workforce by training transitioning military using a virtual training system. Specifically:
- Expand skills and leadership gained through military service into diverse career
opportunities in the civilian advanced manufacturing and robotics sectors,
benefitting both United States veterans and employers.
- Foster well-paid career opportunities for transitioning military members, via nocost robotics technician training and job placement assistance during the final months of active
- Answer the growing employer demand for a professional, reliable workforce that
is equipped with standardized fundamentals and/or company-specific, custom
- Leverage broadly-recognized ARM industry competencies to create candidates
who are well prepared for a number of occupations.
Dallas County Community (Principal Investigator), Factory Unlocked, Five Star, Prens