NIMS Announces Record Number of Metalworking Credentials issued in 2014

Credentials issued by NIMS in 2014 show that more students are preparing for success and high-demand careers.

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In 2014, NIMS issued 18,947 industry-recognized credentials, representing a 36% increase from 2013.

36% increase!

“It is clear that the precision manufacturing sector is strong and growing, and more students and workers are preparing for success in the wide variety of jobs our industry offers,” said Jim Wall, Executive Director, NIMS. “NIMS would like to congratulate more than 8,000 individuals who earned at least one industry-recognized credential last year and have the ‘mark of excellence’ that will make them highly sought-after talent.”

PMPA is a founding member of NIMS, and is pleased to see this success at credentialing talent to enter our high tech industry. Credentialing real people for in demand careers, developing standards and credentials, this is how we develop an advanced manufacturing workforce to sustain manufacturing in North America. As NIMS continues to upgrade and adapt the standards to our evolving technology, we have confidence that our credentialed new hires will be up to speed and able to safely add value on the first day of the job. NIMS standards are the basis for the Right Skills Now Program.

The National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) was formed in 1995 by the metalworking trade associations to develop and maintain a globally competitive American workforce. NIMS sets skills standards for the industry, certifies individual skills against the standards, and accredits training programs that meet NIMS quality requirements.

For more information on NIMS, visit NIMSREADY

For the full release on 2014 credentials earned, visit RELEASE

For information on Careers in Advanced Manufacturing check out our career blog at YOURCAREERFACTS

 

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