Manufacturers’ Monthly reported last month that the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) is calling for a ‘massive transformation’ of Australia’s workforce.
A transformation that will see a workforce develop the requisite skills to compete and offer value in the rapidly changing technical advances taking place on the factory floor. But how can we meet these ‘mission critical’ objectives?
Following on from the impassioned call to arms by the AMGC, Steven Impey considers how this can be brought about.
As manufacturing supports 905,000 jobs and hundreds of thousands of individual jobs, it is one of Australia’s largest employers.
This means that upskilling the workforce is not optional but imperative for our economic survival. See more here.