For Immediate Release
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
CLEVELAND, Ohio, March 20, 2012 — Dan Sloan, enterprise solution executive at , Tooling U will be presenting this week at People 2012 — the Saba Global Summit in Miami.
Addressing the topic, Cracking the Code: How to Leverage Your SABA Investment to Support Manufacturing's Most Valuable Resource: The Production Employee, Sloan will present best practices and key lessons learned from Tooling U's 10 years' of working with Saba and global manufacturing companies to drive technology-based learning programs down to the manufacturing shop floor.
"The lifeblood of any manufacturing company is its production workforce," said Sloan. "However, these positions require higher levels of technical skills and aptitude than ever before, and employers need to acquire, train and develop its most valuable resource — the manufacturing employee."
Sloan's presentation is part of the "Learning in the Networked Economy" track at this event which focuses on the importance of leveraging the Saba People Cloud to create transformative workplaces that enable organizations to provide all their people, including employees, partners, and customers, with the development, engagement, and inspiration they need to meet the challenges of a new world of work.
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About Tooling U:
Tooling U, a company of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), is the leading developer of online training for manufacturing companies and educational institutions. Tooling U offers more than 400 easy-to-use, industry-driven, web-based classes that engage learners and boost morale and results. More than 1,200 organizations across the globe employ Tooling U to reap measurable improvements in knowledge and productivity. In addition to Tooling U online content, SME offers professional development resources. When combined as a blended learning solution, Tooling U and SME training offers unmatched results for today's manufacturers.
Lori Ann Dick, APR
Society of Manufacturing Engineers