Our Clients

These are some of our many clients over the years:

Alberta Tourism Educ. Council
Alcoa Building Products
Ascend Performance Materials
Ashland County Career Center
Atlas Industries
Atmel Corporation
Axcelis Technologies, Inc.
Barnet Polymers
Bookmasters
Canadian Tourism HR Council
Cartuplus
Center For Accelerated Technology Training
Cleveland Skills and Career Ctr.
Community College of Allegheny County
ConAgra Snack Foods
Cooper Standard Automotive
Cooper Tire Company
Coors Brewing Company
Core Molding Technologies
Council on Hotel Restaurant & Institutional Ed.
Covidien (2)
CPC-General Motors
Dana Coupled Products
Defiance Precision Products
Eaton Corporation
EG & G Rocky Flats
Empire Detroit Steel-ARMCO
Exopack
First of America Bank Services
Flabeg Corporation
GE Aircraft Engines
Geotrac
Gestamp
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
GrafTech International Holdings (3)
Greene County Career Center
Greenville Technical College
GTZ-German Training Agency Project
Guardian Automotive Products
Hamill Manufacturing Company
Hartness International
Hi-Stat
HS Automotive, Inc.
Inergy Automotive Systems
InterAmerican Development Bank
Invista
Jamaica HEART TRUST/NTA
Jamaican Workforce Development Consortium
James Hardie Building Products
Kalmbach Feeds, Inc.
Lear Corporation
Lemco Miller
LePages Incorporation
LSP Automotive Systems LLC
Madison Comprehensive High School
Magellan Aerospace Corporation
Magna Cosma Body Systems
Magna Drive Automotive
MAHLE Engine Components USA, Inc.
Mansfield Screw Machine Products
Metal Seal & Products Inc.
Miami Valley Career Tech. Cent.
Mitsubishi Electric Power Products
Muncy Corporation
National Institute for Metalworking Skills
National Machinery Company
New Jersey Department of Education
North Central Statel College
North Shore Community College
Norton Manufacturing
Ohio Bureau of Employment Services
Ohio Stamping & Machining, Inc.
The Ohio State University-Lima
The Ohio State University-Mansfield
Ohio University-Marion
Ohio University-Zanesville
Omnova
Owens-Corning (2)
Owens-Corning Fiberglass
Parker Hannifin UAP
PerkinElmer Optoelectronics
Pickaway-Ross JVSD
Piedmont Technical College
Pioneer Career & Technical College
Plygem Siding Group
Precision Metalforming Assoc.
Robert Bosch LLC
Schwans Bakery Operations, LLC
SEW Eurodrive
SMC Business Councils
Solutia Inc.
Spartan Foods of America, Inc.
Spartanburg Community College
Springfield-Clark JVS
Stylette (2)
Terra Community College
Timken
Tri-County Technical College
Triumph Thermal Systems, Inc.
Trueline Tool & Machine Inc.
Tyco Electronics Corp.
U. S. Department of Energy
U.S. Dept. of Justice, Bureau of Prisons
U. S. Department of Labor
U.S. Tool and Die, Inc.
Upstate Alliance for Technology Training-SC
Vanguard Sentinel Vocational Center
Varian Semiconductor Equipment
Voisard Manufacturing, Inc.
Waldrop, Inc.
Warren County Career Center
Warren Rupp
Washington State Community College
Whirlpool Corp
York Technical College

Upcoming Live Presentations

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  • 7:00 am-7:45 am
    2017-12-06
    (Mountain Time) The philosophy behind, and development/implementation of, structured on-the-job training; how any employer can benefit from the PROTECH© system of managed human resource development in more that just the training area; building related technical instruction/structured on-the-job training partnerships for employers in across all industries. When partnering with economic development agencies, public and private career and technical colleges and universities, this provides the most productive use of available grant funds and gives employers-employees/trainees and the project partners the biggest win for all. This model provides the lacking support needed to employers who want to easily and cost-effectively host an apprenticeship.  Approx 45 minutes.
  • 9:00 am-9:45 am
    2017-12-06
    (Mountain Time) This briefing explains the philosophy behind, and development/implementation of, structured on-the-job training; how any employer can benefit from the PROTECH© system of human resource development in more that just the training area. This model provides the lacking support employers, who want to be able to easily and cost-effectively create the workers they require right now, need.  Approx 45 minutes.
  • 1:00 pm-1:45 pm
    2017-12-06
    (Mountain Time) The philosophy behind, and development/implementation of, structured on-the-job training; how any employer can benefit from the PROTECH© system of managed human resource development in more that just the training area; building related technical instruction/structured on-the-job training partnerships for employers across all industries and how it can become an cost-effective, cost-efficient and highly credible apprenticeship. When partnering with economic development agencies, public and private career and technical colleges and universities, this provides the most productive use of available grant funds and gives employers-employees/trainees and the project partners the biggest win for all. This model provides the lacking support needed to employers who want to easily and cost-effectively host an apprenticeship.  Approx. 45 minutes
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  • 7:00 am-7:45 am
    2017-12-07
    (Mountain Time) The philosophy behind, and development/implementation of, structured on-the-job training; the many benefits the employer can realize from the PROTECH© system of managed human resource development in more that just the training area; examples of projects across all industries, including manufacturing and manufacturing support companies. When combined with related technical instruction, this approach has been easily registered as an apprenticeship-focusing the structured on-the-job training on exactly what are the required tasks of the job. Registered or not, this approach is the most effective way to train workers to full capacity in the shortest amount of time –cutting internal costs of training while increasing worker capacity, productivity, work quality and quantity, and compliance.  Approx 45 minutes.
  • 9:00 am-9:45 am
    2017-12-07
    (Mountain Time) The philosophy behind, and development/implementation of, structured on-the-job training; how any employer can benefit from the PROTECH© system of managed human resource development in more that just the training area; building related technical instruction/structured on-the-job training partnerships for employers across all industries and how it can become an cost-effective, cost-efficient and highly credible apprenticeship. When partnering with economic development agencies, public and private career and technical colleges and universities, this provides the most productive use of available grant funds and gives employers-employees/trainees and the project partners the biggest win for all. This model provides the lacking support needed to employers who want to easily and cost-effectively host an apprenticeship.  Approx. 45 minutes
  • 1:00 pm-1:45 pm
    2017-12-07
    (Mountain Time) The philosophy behind, and development/implementation of, structured on-the-job training; how any employer can benefit from the PROTECH© system of managed human resource development in more that just the training area; building related technical instruction/structured on-the-job training partnerships for employers across all industries one-by-one. How this can become a cost-effective, cost-efficient and highly credible workforce development strategy – easy scale up by just plugging each new employer into the system. When partnering with economic development agencies, and public and private career and technical colleges and universities for the related technical instruction, this provides the most productive use of available grant funds and gives employers-employees/trainees and the project partners the biggest win for all. This model provides the support sorely needed by employers who want to partner in the development of the workforce but too often feel the efforts will not improve the workforce they need. Approx. 45 minutes
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  • 7:00 am-7:45 am
    2017-12-18
    (Mountain Time) This briefing explains the philosophy behind, and development/implementation of, structured on-the-job training; how any employer can benefit from the PROTECH© system of human resource development in more that just the training area. This model provides the lacking support employers, who want to be able to easily and cost-effectively create the workers they require right now, need.  Approx 45 minutes.
  • 9:00 am-9:45 am
    2017-12-18
    (Mountain Time) The philosophy behind, and development/implementation of, structured on-the-job training; how any employer can benefit from the PROTECH© system of managed human resource development in more that just the training area; building related technical instruction/structured on-the-job training partnerships for employers across all industries one-by-one. How this can become a cost-effective, cost-efficient and highly credible workforce development strategy – easy scale up by just plugging each new employer into the system. When partnering with economic development agencies, and public and private career and technical colleges and universities for the related technical instruction, this provides the most productive use of available grant funds and gives employers-employees/trainees and the project partners the biggest win for all. This model provides the support sorely needed by employers who want to partner in the development of the workforce but too often feel the efforts will not improve the workforce they need. Approx. 45 minutes
  • 1:00 pm-1:45 pm
    2017-12-18
    (Mountain Time) The philosophy behind, and development/implementation of, structured on-the-job training; how any employer can benefit from the PROTECH© system of managed human resource development in more that just the training area; building related technical instruction/structured on-the-job training partnerships for employers across all industries and how it can become an cost-effective, cost-efficient and highly credible apprenticeship. When partnering with economic development agencies, public and private career and technical colleges and universities, this provides the most productive use of available grant funds and gives employers-employees/trainees and the project partners the biggest win for all. This model provides the lacking support needed to employers who want to easily and cost-effectively host an apprenticeship.  Approx. 45 minutes
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