Manufacturing AUTOMATION

PODCAST: Lauren Tedesco on Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association’s Digital Learning Program

March 24, 2022
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION

Lauren Tedesco, senior vice-president at the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association (Photo: APMA)

Upskilling and training employees in the manufacturing industry are crucial today, especially with the tremendous advancements in technology.

Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association (APMA) launched its Digital Learning Program at the beginning of this year to offer affordable online upskilling and training opportunities. The program helps employers and workers looking to stay up-to-date with the advancements in the technology-driven auto industry. Certifications focus on health and safety, lean manufacturing, manufacturing quality and leadership.

Lauren Tedesco, senior vice-president at APMA joined as a guest on Machine Language to discuss APMA’s Digital Learning Program. She explained how this program benefits the workforce in the auto parts manufacturing space by offering certification and courses that can be pursued without any time constraints. She talked about who can participate, how they can do so and the program’s role in strengthening the automotive manufacturing sector.

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