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US Department of Labor Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium

M-SAMC Innovation Team 1

manufacturing SystemsDegree Model Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium US DOL SPONSORED TAACCCT GRANT: TC23767 RELEASE DATE6/29/2015VERSIONv 001PAGE1 of 23PRIMARY DEVELOPER M-SAMC Innovation Team 1Multi-StateAdvanced Manufacturing Consortium20150701_v001_m-samc_degree_model_and_credentials found in Resources by the M-SAMC Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium www.msamc.org is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Bridge to Career CertificateTECHNICAL COREBridge to Employment CertificateMachiningAutomationWeldingLeadershipTECHNICALTRACKORGANIZATIONALTRACKM-SAMC MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS DEGREE MODEL: OVERVIEWMulti-StateAdvanced Manufacturing Consortium20150701_v001_m-samc_degree_model_and_credentials found in Resources by the M-SAMC Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium www.msamc.org is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Bridge to CareerTECHNICAL COREBridge to EmploymentMachiningAutomationWeldingLeadershipPotential Points of Entry+ 12 welding creditsIncumbent worker with experienceIncumbent welderIncumbent worker with experience (on management track)TAA or TAA-like (displaced worker, unemployed, underemployed)Incumbent workerHigh school graduate or GEDTAA or TAA-likeHigh school graduate or GEDM-SAMC MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS DEGREE MODEL: ENTRY POINTSMulti-StateAdvanced Manufacturing Consortium20150701_v001_m-samc_degree_model_and_credentials found in Resources by the M-SAMC Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium www.msamc.org is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Bridge to CareerTECHNICAL COREBridge to EmploymentMachiningAutomationWeldingLeadershipPotential Points of CompletionAcademic Pathway+ 12 welding creditsAAS Mfg. Systems Machining SpecialtyAAS Mfg. Systems Welding SpecialtyAAS Mfg. Systems Automation SpecialtyAAS WeldingAAS Mfg. Systems Leadership SpecialtyBridge to Career CertificateBridge to Employment CertificateManufacturing Systems Level 2 CertificateMachining CertificateElectrical (Automation) CertificateAdvanced Welding CertificateBasic Welding CertificateManufacturing Systems Level 1 CertificateM-SAMC MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS DEGREE MODEL: COMPLETION POINTSMulti-StateAdvanced Manufacturing Consortium20150701_v001_m-samc_degree_model_and_credentials found in Resources by the M-SAMC Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium www.msamc.org is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Bridge to CareerTECHNICAL COREBridge to EmploymentMachiningAutomationWeldingLeadershipPotential Points of CompletionIndustry Recognized Credentials+ 12 welding creditsNIMSAWS Certification - BasicInternational Society of Automation CST AssociateAWS Certification - AdvancedSix Sigma Green BeltMSI Manufacturing Technician Level 1MSSC Certified Production TechnicianNIMSNational Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC)M-SAMC MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS DEGREE MODEL: CREDENTIALSFMA Certified Precision Sheet Metal Operator Level I Six Sigma Yellow BeltLean Bronze CertificationLean Silver CertificationPMMI Mechatronics Certification ExamsMulti-StateAdvanced Manufacturing Consortium20150701_v001_m-samc_degree_model_and_credentials found in Resources by the M-SAMC Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium www.msamc.org is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

5Companies and students choose which academic pathways suit their needsModel allows for students and employers needs to changeChanging career / personal situations may require students to leave before an AAS degree is completeSeveral entry and exit points students can complete credentials along the way to an AAS degreeMobility between specializations up until final year will not delay degree completionLearners can move laterally or vertically in their careersVertical mobility specialization stays the same, level of education increasesLateral mobility level of education stays the same, just changing (or adding) specialization (s)M-SAMC MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS DEGREE MODEL: JUSTIFICATIONMulti-StateAdvanced Manufacturing Consortium20150701_v001_m-samc_degree_model_and_credentials found in Resources by the M-SAMC Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium www.msamc.org is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Embedded or Stand Alone certificates add an extra degree of flexibilityEmployers can send employees to learn only what they need on the job using stand alone certificatesEmployers are able to retrain and adapt their current workforce to meet changing production needsAccommodates current students or potential students changing life situations or careers Certificates carry credit, motivating students to pursue higher levels of education (AAS degree)Possibility for lateral or upward mobility encourages lifelong and adaptive learningM-SAMC MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS DEGREE MODEL: JUSTIFICATIONMulti-StateAdvanced Manufacturing Consortium20150701_v001_m-samc_degree_model_and_credentials found in Resources by the M-SAMC Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium www.msamc.org is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

All degree model content is subject to change based onNational trends as manufacturing clusters develop around emerging technology (e.g. additive manufacturing: 3D Printing)State and regional requirements for academic programsLocal industrial environment (sectors, types of manufacturing processes, in-demand occupations)Local industry partner feedbackM-SAMC MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS DEGREE MODEL: JUSTIFICATIONMulti-StateAdvanced Manufacturing Consortium20150701_v001_m-samc_degree_model_and_credentials found in Resources by the M-SAMC Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium www.msamc.org is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Bridge to Career Certificate17 19 CreditsTECHNICAL CORE31 - 33 CreditsM-SAMC MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS DEGREE MODEL: CREDIT RECOMMENDATIONSPECIALIZATION12 - 18 CreditsGENERAL EDUCATION COURSES15 CreditsAAS DEGREE60 - 64 CreditsMulti-StateAdvanced Manufacturing Consortium20150701_v001_m-samc_degree_model_and_credentials found in Resources by the M-SAMC Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium www.msamc.org is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Bridge to Employment (BTE) ContentTopicRecommended CreditsMSSC Safety0 1MSSC Quality Concepts & Measurement0 1MSSC Manufacturing Processes & Production0 1MSSC Maintenance and Awareness0 1NCRC Applied Math0 1NCRC Reading for Information0 1NCRC Locating Information0 1Digital Literacy Applications 0 3TOTAL0 10M-SAMC BRIDGE TO EMPLOYMENT MODEL: OVERVIEWBridge to Employment CertificateMulti-StateAdvanced Manufacturing Consortium20150701_v001_m-samc_degree_model_and_credentials found in Resources by the M-SAMC Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium www.msamc.org is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

USA manufacturing employers are experiencing a lack of entry-level talent, with the knowledge and skills needed to perform on the job PurposeUp-skill individuals who are chronically unemployed, so that they may re-enter the workforceProvide underemployed a new lease on lifeProvide a springboard for individuals looking to begin an academic or career pathwayPrepare individuals to enter the workforce, or enter into a college programBTE can be a stand-alone certificate or can initiate an academic pathwayUpon completion, students will have the skills to find an entry level position (esp. in manufacturing)Basic skills in math / reading allow students to pursue more education, likely BTC next (see below)M-SAMC BRIDGE TO EMPLOYMENT MODEL: JUSTIFICATIONMulti-StateAdvanced Manufacturing Consortium20150701_v001_m-samc_degree_model_and_credentials found in Resources by the M-SAMC Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium www.msamc.org is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Inclusion of two national credentials (MSSC CPT, NCRC) at participating collegesEnhance students immediate employability Provide third-party validation of curriculumAccelerated completion of credential to fill student and employer needsBTE ContentContent is rooted in MSSC and NCRC certificationsColleges that dont utilize MSSC or NCRC certifications can deliver BTE using the certificates as content guidelineM-SAMC BRIDGE TO EMPLOYMENT MODEL: JUSTIFICATIONMulti-StateAdvanced Manufacturing Consortium20150701_v001_m-samc_degree_model_and_credentials found in Resources by the M-SAMC Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium www.msamc.org is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Bridge to Career (BTC) ContentTopicRecommended CreditsSafety (OSHA 30)2Technical Math0 (incl. in gen. ed.)Integrated Systems2Introduction to Lean, Quality, Teamwork3 (1 cr. each)Digital Literacy Applications 3You choose 4-6 credits* (based on state credit requirements) from: Blueprint Reading3Introduction to Electricity3Fluid Power6Mechanical Power Transmissions5Materials & Processes4College Success0TOTAL17 19Bridge to Career CertificateM-SAMC BRIDGE TO CAREER MODEL: OVERVIEW* Selecting 4 - 8 credits that also appear in the Technical Core will allow for students to more easily transition into an associates' degree pathwayMulti-StateAdvanced Manufacturing Consortium20150701_v001_m-samc_degree_model_and_credentials found in Resources by the M-SAMC Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium www.msamc.org is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

PurposeEnhance skill set of incumbent employe