The ICATT Apprenticeship Program, the leading apprenticeship program for high-tech manufacturers and companies with complex technologies or logistics, published a new white paper about the value of hiring veteran apprentices…
As the tenth region to join the network, the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area will now be served by the ICATT Apprenticeship Program Industry Consortium for Advanced Technical Training (ICATT), the…
As we continue to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic, the future of the job market remains uncertain. Employment throughout the US hit record highs this year, and while manufacturing employment…
Conventional wisdom tells leaders to stop recruiting efforts when business slows down, but this is the perfect time to hire and train new apprentices. This slow down gives employers time to build the team they’ll need in the future when business picks back up.
Meet Christina Schubert, a student in the Engineering Technology Program at Triton College and an apprentice in the ICATT Apprenticeship Program. Learn about her experience working at BBS Automation Chicago, Inc. and her interest in a career in robotics.
ICATT, the leading apprenticeship program for high-tech manufacturers and companies with complex technologies or logistics, published a new white paper as a resource for companies that are grappling with a skilled workforce shortage and weighing the make-or-buy decision to find the talent they need.
For the second consecutive year, Illinois Consortium for Advanced Technical Training (ICATT) Apprenticeship Program is sponsoring and participating in the Veteran Career Summit to help companies develop, grow, and enhance their veteran workplace initiatives.
The American workforce is at a pivotal moment, as more baby boomers move into retirement and younger generations of workers step up to take their place. Companies from all industries are now facing this challenge, and smart business leaders are planning ahead to smooth the transition, preserve institutional knowledge, and train up-and-coming leaders.
For these four apprentices, the ICATT Apprenticeship Program has opened many doors to life-changing opportunities. Nicholas Christensen, Nolan Patterson, Trevor Bazan, and Daniel Crawford are all ICATT apprentices working as Regional Service Technician Trainees at Krones, Inc.
Industry Consortium for Advanced Technical Training (ICATT), the leading apprenticeship program in the Midwest for high-tech manufacturers and companies with complex technologies or logistics, expands its college base to twelve colleges and welcomes Richard J. Daley College to their network.