Success Stories

Northcentral Technical College

RMM is a growing company with many additional opportunities. However, with growth comes change and the need to communicate, adjust and manage change.

Waukesha County Technical College

Superior Crane management wanted to gain new customers in the nuclear industry. This required ISO (International Organization for Standardization) certification. 

Fox Valley Technical College

As Milk Products grew, management recognized the need for staff development. This would create a safe work environment and more efficient production of products. The plant recently implemented an automation plan.

Lakeshore Technical College

Due to the skills shortage for qualified machinists and the rapid growth and expansion of the company, Stecker Machine is committed to "grow its own" into a highly skilled workforce. Management wants to increase the overall skill level of the CNC operators, increase problem solving skills of support roles, and increase leadership abilities of managers and supervisors.

Chippewa Valley Technical College

Cardinal Glass in Menomonie was having difficulty finding skilled maintenance technicians to fill the needs of keeping the plant running 24/7. 

Moraine Park Technical College

Animart recently faced changes in management that meant changes throughout the company. Top managers saw the need to equip employees for changes in the workplace.

Mid-State Technical College

With the expansion, Ocean Spray encountered difficulty finding employees with the necessary skills to operate the technology used in production.

Madison Area Technical College

The County Board saw the need for leadership training among its managers and supervisors. They called upon Madison College for assistance.

Moraine Park Technical College

Mid-State saw the need to increase the number of employees with computer numerical control (CNC) machining skills.

Gateway Technical College

The company grew from 89 employees to more than 300 employees at two locations. Xten recognized the need to change their employee training programs and make them better suited to the companies current a future growth.

Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College

Northern Clearing wanted to reduce employee on-the-job injuries and improve management of training records.

Chippewa Valley Technical College

Phillips-Medisize had an ongoing need for better project management as its global markets expanded. The company was already using project management software, but simply having a computer program doesn’t necessarily solve a problem. The company has many engineers working at seven different sites in Wisconsin and all require trainings.

Fox Valley Technical College

When the company introduced robotics into the Waupaca plant, maintenance and electrical employees needed training to operate and trouble shoot this technology.

Lakeshore Technical College

Torké needed to develop the foundation for a quality management system that incorporated hazard analysis and critical control point methods and prerequisite systems.

Madison Area Technical College

Virent wanted to establish internal employee development program, including a training department and processes.

Fox Valley Technical College

As Milk Products grew, management recognized the need for staff development. This would create a safe work environment and more efficient production of products. The plant is also in the process of implementing an automation plan.

Lakeshore Technical College

Due to the skills shortage for qualified machinists and the rapid growth and expansion of the company, Stecker Machine is committed to ‘grow its own’ into a highly skilled workforce. Management wants to increase the overall skill level of the CNC operators, increase the problem solving skills of support roles, and increase leadership abilities of management and supervisors.

Madison Area Technical College

Fisher-Barton had a variety of training needs. Employees were in need of newer manufacturing concepts such as Lean practices. To prepare employees for advancement in the company, welders needed cross training.

Waukesha County Technical College

To implement quality systems leading to ISO certification that will enable the company to gain new business opportunities. ISO it is a standard designed to help organizations ensure that they meet the needs of customers and other stakeholders while meeting statutory and regulatory requirements related to their produced products.

Southwest Wisconsin Technical College

3M recognizes that in order to achieve their goals, they must invest in upgrading workers’ skills. Employees need higher-level skills to make them more productive and give them opportunities to advance within the company. 3M technicians must be capable of maintaining, diagnosing, and repairing the increasingly complex computer controlled mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic machines critical to the manufacturing operations within the company.

Production, administrative, supervision, and management sales employees must use more advanced features within the Microsoft suite of software to maintain productivity.

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