Tag Archives: mechatronics

A Blessing for St. Pete

St. Petersburg College gets training grant When Rick Scott is handing out grants, it probably helps to have apostolic power on your side in order to reel one in. The Florida governor awarded more than $22 million in state funding to various sites spanning a pinwheel of industries Wednesday—including a technical workforce program for St. […]

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‘Ivy’ League of its Own

Once again, community colleges tackle the skills gap Certain outfits are addressing training in the “old fashioned way”, yet applying it to new technologies. The Ivy Tech Community Colleges of Indiana are offering mechanical classes aimed to fill the skills gap. The Indiana-based technical college is focusing on automation maintenance, mechatronics, and that of other new […]

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Training Round-Up

Quality education is indiscriminate Some of this week’s non-Trump news suggests that when it comes to learning something, things like age, skill level, and location don’t have to matter. What truly facilitates the educational tree are resources, cooperation, and a willingness to try new things. Exhibit A: Adaptability. Being able to adjust to the evolving […]

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