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Quality Minds Online Prep Courses

Quality Minds Video Training

Quality Minds is an online training series presented by Concentric. These courses are designed for professionals aspiring to pass a certification exam given by the American Society of Quality (ASQ). After successfully completing a course, you will better understand the body of knowledge required for successfully completing the exam. This will allow you to apply a wide range of quality tools and concepts to your individual work situation.

This online course is an on-demand course where you study at your own pace. Each module contains a subject matter video with narration from Stephen Deas. Stephen is a Concentric Subject Matter Expert that was certified as a Quality Engineer in 1991 and a Six Sigma Black Belt in 2003.

Currently these courses are free to those willing to give feedback on the course materials regarding content and logistics on how the course materials should be distributed. Register below.[ezcol_1quarter]

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Charleston’s Talent Demand

In mid-2014, The Charleston Metro Chamber, along with several other local community and higher education organizations, commissioned and participated in a study to compare the higher education offerings in our region with the needs of our employers. National consultants from Avalanche Consulting, as well as the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) worked to identify the region’s higher education gaps. The results of the three phase analysis will help determine where potential gaps exist between the output of local educational institutions and the skills needed by employers, as well as, how to fill both the short- and long- term demand for workforce and skills in the Charleston metro region.

View Report: http://issuu.com/charlestonmetrochamber/docs/rpt_1_-_workforce_supply__demand_an?e=0/8408384

One of the strategic focal points for the Charleston ASQ Section in 2015 will be on the regional needs for talent, and how the section and it’s members can help to support this need. In order to fill the gaps and provide the appropriate level of talent for regional businesses, industry leaders and associations alike must come together quickly.

In the fall of 2014, various projects were kicked off by members of the ASQ Charleston Section Leadership, including participation on the CEJC (Charleston Engineering Joint Council), presentation to SME (Society of Manufacturing Engineering) and a presentation to the Citadel’s School of Engineering. That presentation can be viewed here: The importance of engineering, systems & quality for Charleston’s future

For more information on how you can contribute to the talent demand efforts, contact jim.thompson@cmsicharleston.com or joe.brinson@ifa-rotorion.com.

Reposted from ASQ Charleston