Matt Hilton is a second-year Advanced Manufacturing Technician Apprentice at Graepel North America coming from a long family of skilled tradesmen and tradeswomen. Matt said his family provided a direction…
Amidst the current global pandemic, essential businesses across the country are remaining open and operational to support front-line workers keeping us healthy, including ICATT Network company, WITTENSTEIN. WITTENSTEIN develops customized…
In September 2019, Kevork Bardak graduated from the ICATT Apprenticeship Program after completing his training and education with Richard Wolf Medical Instruments Corporation. Kevork is now working as a Maintenance…
Recently, the ICATT Apprenticeship Program celebrated alongside network company Richard Wolf Medical Instruments Corporation as the company received the 2019 German American Chambers of Commerce (GACC) Apprenticeship Award. The award honors companies investing in career pathways for future generations and the winner was announced during National Apprenticeship Week.
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.
The fall cohort is just around the corner and one of Maine West High School’s students made the decision to become an ICATT Apprentice.
The May 2019 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering magazine – a publication that helps manufacturing professionals enhance the productivity of their companies’ cutting and grinding operations – featured an interview with Virginia Rounds, Director of the ICATT Apprenticeship Program.