Indiana Adopts National Employer-Driven Education Program

Updated: Jan 22, 2019

Industry Week | Training workers for existing jobs in manufacturing is often the best way to create a skilled talent.

To this end, the Indiana Manufacturers Association launched an employer-driven education initiative last month called The Indiana Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (INFAME). Working with regional manufacturers and educational institutions a dual-track training will be created that includes both classwork and hands-on training.

“This initiative allows those of us in manufacturing to have direct input on developing the skills we need in our future employees,” said Matt Linville, HR Director at Zimmer Biomet.

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INFAME (The Indiana Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education) is a company-sponsored partnership of regional employers who share the goal of creating a pipeline of highly skilled workers.

INFAME is a part of the national FAME network.

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