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By 2028, over 20,000 industrial maintenance jobs will need to be filled in the Greater Cincinnati area. As a result, employers are eager for a training that effectively upgrades the skills of incumbent workers and prepares a future workforce for in-demand industrial maintenance jobs.
In an effort to keep our staff and visitors safe and healthy, it is critical that we follow all federal, state, and local public health guidance. It is now more important than ever that COVID-19 guidelines are followed to protect you and Sinclair’s employees.
Nestled between the metropolitan areas of Cincinnati and Dayton, Warren County has access to the best of both city and suburban life. Businesses vary from large employers to small businesses. Manufacturers and tech companies hold the area’s industry top spots and thrive here.
During October, Sinclair Workforce Development is calling attention to resources for manufacturers and individuals. The manufacturing industry in the Greater Dayton region has been a key part of the economy for decades and generates billions of dollars in annual sales and payroll.
Build a stronger workforce with the skills needed in a technology-infused economy with Sinclair Workforce Development and Ohio TechCred.
Sinclair College has received $4.1 million from global aerospace and defense contractor ARCTOS Technology Solutions to develop smart manufacturing technologies and training programs for students and employers.
Sinclair College is incredibly proud to join our long-time partners, Montgomery County, Ohio (OH)and the Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC), in bringing vital services to our neighbors in west Dayton through the Montgomery County Employment Opportunity Center.
Gratitude is a powerful concept. It goes beyond praise and beyond positive reinforcement to create professional bonds. When leaders intentionally spread gratitude in the workplace, they can help their teams, both in-person and remote, keep relationships intact, and maintain motivation.
To allow businesses more time to plan their employee trainings in advance, the Governor’s Office of Workforce transformation announced TechCred applications will officially open on a bimonthly basis for the remainder of 2022.