Cincinnati, OH-October 21,2015 – TechSolve has received a grant from the Ohio Development Services Agency (ODSA) in support of the State’s Ohio Manufacturing Extension Partnership program (Ohio MEP) to provide discounted incumbent worker training opportunities to Southwest Ohio regional manufacturers. The purpose of the program is to expand the skill set of current employees of area manufacturers. This upgrade in skills will allow employees to add more value and improve the organizations for which they work.
Because of its variety of dedicated and public training courses available to meet the needs of regional manufacturers, TechSolve has partnered with Cincinnati State’s Workforce Development Center to help facilitate the program. “We are thrilled to have Cincinnati State as a partner” exclaimed Gary Conley, president of TechSolve, “They are one of the region’s leaders in workforce training. Their Workforce Development Center (WDC) programs have been developed in conjunction with industry professionals and have industry-recognized credentials. They provide career training for individuals which meet the needs of area manufacturers.” A sample of the types of training Cincinnati State provides includes Industrial Maintenance and Quality Improvement, Supervisor Training, and Skill Specific Training. Manufacturers simply need to select the training program that works best for their needs the cost of the training will be discounted. This is a great opportunity for area manufacturers to increase their employees’ skills at a discounted rate.
Amy Waldbillig, Vice President of Workforce Development commented “Techsolve’s partnership with us benefits us, benefits them, and most importantly it benefits the workers who are acquiring new skills through training which ultimately helps the region’s economic development.”
ABOUT CINCINNATI STATE
Cincinnati State (www.cincinnatistate.edu) enrolls about 9,500 students and offers more than 130 associate degree and certificate programs in business technologies, health and public safety, engineering technologies, humanities and sciences and information technologies. Cincinnati State has one of the most comprehensive co-op programs among two-year colleges in the U.S.It’s Workforce Development Center (www.workforcecincinnati.edu) develops and implements highly effective customized training programs an open enrollment courses to benefit individuals, organizations, and the community, thanks to a highly committed, multidisciplinary team that includes WDC staff, advisory committees, and community partners.
Founded in 1982, Cincinnati-based TechSolve, Inc. is a nationally recognized provider and Ohio’s leader in innovation and process improvement expertise across four major industry sectors: manufacturing, advanced machining, aerospace & defense, and healthcare. Comprised of business specialists, engineers, and scientists, our teams of process improvement and machining experts work with a wide spectrum of organizations – helping businesses find long-term solutions and cultivate problem-solving cultures. With best practices at the core of everything we do, TechSolve provides tailored solutions that enhance innovation, increase productivity, eliminate wasteful spending, and maximize profits. More information can be accessed at http://www.techsolve.org or by calling 513.948.2000.