Manufacturing Skills Standards Survey
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The Oregon Department of Education is seeking input on the skills desired of entry-level job candidates in the Manufacturing sector. Your feedback will be used to update the standards that career and technical education (CTE) teachers and faculty in Oregon consult when designing coursework.

The survey asks you to rate the importance of a set of skills standards for machining, mechatronics and machining. You may fill out the survey for a single occupational pathway or all three depending on your experience and interest. Learn more about the project here.

This is an incredible opportunity for industry members to help shape the content that Oregon high school and community college students learn when preparing to enter the field.

You may access the survey by clicking the following link:

Manufacturing Skill Standards Survey

Please complete the survey by July 2 to ensure you input is recorded.

If you have questions, please contact: Erin Flynn at erin.flynn@ednw.org Thank you for your support of this important work.

 

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