The inability of aviation & aerospace manufacturers to find capable employees is reaching critical levels and is anticipate to become more acute in the future.
15 Minute Read Industry Still Inventing the Same Wheel Despite Need to Amplify What’s Already There Manufacturing Career Education Boosted by State/Industry Efforts Aviation/Aerospace Education Provides Economic Mobility, Transforms Families Academia Questions How to Keep Up with Changing Technology Education Delivery Must Be Different Lifelong Continuing Education Needed Aviation/Aerospace Career Promotion Still Needed By KathrynContinue reading “Industry Educational Resources Reaching Millions, Serious Education Reform Needed”
By Kathryn B. Creedy 12-minute read Workforce development programs not as effective as they should be Tectonic social & economic shifts are driving workforce changes Companies add social justice to social responsibility for more success Aviation & Aerospace lag behind other industries How to build the cultural shifts needed for tomorrow’s workforce Crowd Sourcing Alert:Continue reading “Making Aviation/Aerospace Workforce Programs More Effective”
By Kathryn B. Creedy Airlines are not the only piloting career Freight, business aviation doing well Growing interest in flight training, small aircraft Training companies adapt Advanced Air Mobility may impact demand Furloughs impact recurrent training Resources to help pilots cope Hat tip to Aviation Week for Friday’s webinar looking at the pandemic’s impact onContinue reading “AvWeek Pilot Webinar Reveals Career, Training Concerns”
Litte progress has been made in increasing diversity in aviation & aerospace. Now we know why and what to do about it.
Officials at advanced air mobility (AAM/UAM), eVTOL, hybrid and hydrogen power, Large Unmanned Cargo Aircraft (LUCA) and commercial space companies are already worried they face a lack of qualified maintenance workers as their technologies become operational. They are concerned, with current curricula and traditional MRO practices, they will not find the services and skills necessary to support their industries. In response, aviation maintenance schools are listening and beginning now to ensure they are ready.