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Cerritos College Recognized for Solar Panel Technician Trainings and Expanding Job Opportunities
 

                                                            Solar Panels and Blue Sky

Cerritos College's Advanced Transportation Technology and Energy program (ATTE) and Economic Development Department were recognized with the South Bay Workforce Investment Board's Training Provider Award for their joint effort in facilitating the Electrical Field Service Technician program. 

The 18-week Electrical Field Service Technician training program provided job seekers with an intensive training session in the high-demand field of solar panel development.  More than 80 percent of participants secured jobs after completing the program.

"Providing needed job skills in transportation and energy fields is our key mission," said Jannet Malig, Director of Advanced Transportation Technology & Energy department.  "We strive to expand job opportunities for students, residents and businesses across the region.  We are humbled by this recognition," echoed Belle Gomez, Director of Community Advancement & Economic Development.  
 

Industry Articles 

   Manufacturing in Motion Information: Transforming for A New Industrial Era    Career Education Student Employment Outcomes Los Angeles & Orange County Community Colleges     Economic Forcast And Industry Outlook
Manufacturing in Motion: Transforming for a New Industrial Era by the Economist & Intelligence Unit
Manufacturers are navigating a period of intense change as digitalization and advanced technologies transform the sector in what is often called the Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0.  These changes add to the traditional business pressures of manufacturers, but also offer unprecendented opportunities to optimize production processes.
 
In July 2017 The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) conducted a survey, sponsored by Prudential, assessing manufacturers' preparedness and priorities in this era of industrial tranformation.  The survey polled 537 manufacturing executives across eight industry segments from companies varying in size and geography.
 
The survey surfaced findings organized around three key themes: strategies that manufacturers are adopting in response to industrial transformation; their approaches to managing their changing talent needs; and what the most innovative and tech-forward players in the sector do differently. (Read full article about Manufacturing in Motion)
 
Career Education Student Employment Outcomes: LA & Orange County Community Colleges
The Career and Technical Education Outcomes Survey (CTEOS) is a survey of former students in CE programs, conducted on year after exiting from the community college system.  The regional survey responders include students in the 2013-2014 academic year completed awards or skills-builder courses, and did not enroll the following acadmic year.  There were 9,775 Los Angeles and Orange County students who participated in the survey.  The purpose of the survey was to:
Economic Forecast & Industry Outlook
Forecast At-A-Glance 2018-2019
  • The U.S. economy will remain on a fairly steady, though undistinguished, growth path over the next few years
  • With growing confidence in their financial situation and continued job growth, consumer spending will stay on an upward trajectory
  • Projected to increase, government spending will be a positive contributor to GDP growth in the U.S. (Read full article about Economic Forecast & Industry Outlook)

 

 

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