The Wind Turbine industry has a significant need for more skilled Wind Turbine Blade Repair technicians. WBCL developed an upskilling program to help fill the gap.
Tracking upskilling and reskilling data could potentially lead to better informed, evidence-based decisions regarding training.
If you are not certifying your technical staff, do you know what you’re missing?
E-Learning has become the norm. It is a differentiator for companies who base their training upon a proven framework which includes first defining learning outcomes.
A good Technical Trainer can result in newly hired employees becoming more proficient faster, spend less time in training, and reduce rework, scrap, and safety issues
Industry taking 12 to 18 months to make trainees proficient on CNC Machines – WBLC achieves this in 3 months
WBLC excels at building blended, interactive, e-Learning programs
Learn how WBLC’s unique work based training approach achieves a 90% success rate.
Signs are everywhere. Interacting with signs is part of your daily life. There is not vendor-agnostic training, so WBLC worked with the Sign Association of Canada to develope and deliver a Graphics Installation Technician rapid on-the-job training program.
AI simulations that teach trainees how to use technical terms in contextual conversations with managers and co-workers
Using remote assessment, telepresence equipment, rather than having to incur the cost and time of traveling to various cities, a WBLC assessor can evaluate multiple trainees on the same day, regardless of their location, without having to be physically present at different client worksites.
Using rapid upskilling and reskilling, Work-Based Learning (WBL) programs help diverse job seekers – especially those in underrepresented groups such as women and new Canadians – to find or transition to in-demand skilled jobs in industrial sectors.