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Aerospace Aerospace and Defense Manufacturing Competency Model -
Aerospace and Defense Manufacturing Competency Model: SME (formerly known as the Society of Manufacturing Engineers) and the Institute for Defense Analysis have released a groundbreaking study in which they document how they worked with industry and government stakeholders to develop an Aerospace and Defense Manufacturing Competency Model (ADMCM). The study notes that there are not enough government procurement personnel with experience in designing, developing, and producing today's technologically advanced manufacturing products. In addition, manufacturing companies are having difficulty hiring skilled labor. To help address these concerns, the ADMCM will be used to develop the existing workforce and define competencies for curricula for new entrants. To read more visit
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Long-term Care, Supports, and Services Aging in Place: Ohio''s Direct Service Competency Models Lead the Way Ohio

Aging in Place: Ohio's Direct Service Competency Models Lead the Way: Ohio's Direct Service Workforce Initiative is focused on addressing the long-term care needs generated by the aging of the baby boom generation and increasing longevity. The initiative is led by the Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center and the Center on Education and Training for Employment at Ohio State University. The information gathering phase of the project resulted in a report that repeatedly cites ETA's Long Term Care, Support and Systems (LTCSS) Competency Model and contains a formal recommendation that the initiative customize the LTCSS model for its project. To read more visit
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Energy An Energy Sector Workforce Development Strategy Ohio
An Energy Sector Workforce Development Strategy:  Northeast Ohio's traditional energy companies face challenges confronting utilities throughout the nation: an aging workforce poised to retire, a desire to attract a diverse applicant pool, and the loss of a wealth of experience and institutional knowledge that cannot quickly be regained. When the region received a Jobs and Innovation Challenge grant to support the advance of high growth industry clusters, they were ready to address that challenge. Partners used the common competencies in ETA's Energy, Advanced Manufacturing and Commercial & Industrial Construction Competency models to build a talent pool in Northeast Ohio that meets energy industry needs. To read more visit
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- Austin Community College Texas
Austin Competency Analysis Profiles (ACAPs): Austin Community College has developed over 50 Austin Competency Analysis Profiles (ACAPs) to be used as the basis for program curriculum development.  The profiles consist of lists of competencies for a particular occupation.  These competencies are developed through a job analysis process involving business, industry, labor, and community agency representatives from throughout the Austin, Texas area.  Each ACAP identifies the competencies needed to both enter and advance in a given occupation or occupational area. For more information, visit

Automation Automation Competency Model Used by Workforce Developers, Educators and Industry -

Automation Competency Model Used by Workforce Developers, Educators and Industry: The automation profession faces a major challenge in preparing enough qualified workers to meet current and future employer demand because of the high-tech, rapidly evolving nature of the field. The Automation Federation, a non-profit umbrella organization that works to promote the automation profession, reached out to ETA to collaborate on the development of an Automation Competency Model (ACM). Using ETA's Advanced Manufacturing Competency Model as a starting point, the Federation worked with industry experts to develop the ACM. The ACM has now effectively become the foundation for the Federation's workforce development plans. To read more visit
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