Toyota’s Apprenticeship Program To Serve As National Model For Training
In another effort to fills the skills gap in manufacturing, Toyota Motor North America is joining with the Manufacturing Institute, a division of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), to offer its successful program as a model for other companies.
The Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education Program (FAME), was created by the automaker to develop skilled workers.
It’s an employer collaborative that consists of a two-year industrial degree known as the Advanced Manufacturing Technician program.
AMT trains students of all ages and backgrounds—from recent high school graduates to those interested in transitioning into manufacturing, to longtime manufacturing employees wanting to advance their career.