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Webinars by CT Manufacturers for CT Manufacturers
Co-hosted by AMEP
CCAT is pleased to offer a Connecticut Manufacturers Webinar Series focused on challenges and opportunities for CT businesses during this time.
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- Improving Job Quality for Competitive Advantage
- Proven Ways to Expand Your Manufacturing Talent Pipeline
- Fulfilling Your Workforce Needs In A Challenging Post-Pandemic Job Market
- Manufacturing Job Growth Momentum in CT
- Four Ways to Transform Your Manufacturing Operations and the Funds to Do It
- Industry Ambassador Program: Using Manufacturing Talent to Showcase Your Company and Inspire the Next Generation
- Reducing Energy Waste: Refocusing Behavior and Technology in Manufacturing
- DeepHow: An AI Solution to Bridge the Skills Gap in Manufacturing
- 2021 is Here. Now what? Reset, Recover, Emerge & Grow featuring Kelly McDaniel, President, DeLisa Group.
2020 Archived Webinars
- 2020 Finale – Hear about next year’s plans for Manufacturing featuring DECD Commissioner David Lehman
- UTC/RTC Institute for Advanced Systems Engineering: Fusion of Physics-based Modeling and AI for the Predictive Maintenance of Precision Machining (December 3)
- Access to Capital: Federal Financing Programs featuring Wendell Davis, SBA New England Regional Administrator (November 19)
- 2020 Women of Innovation® (November 12)
- What Is Additive Manufacturing and Why Is It Important to CT Manufacturers? (November 5)
- Access Federal R&D Funding for your Small Business – An Overview of the Federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Programs (October 29)
- Access State Funds to Drive Manufacturing NOW! (October 22)
- Apprentices Work! New opportunities to strengthen your workforce with CMWDI (October 15)
- Leveraging Good Jobs as a Competitive Advantage (October 8)
- Creating Tomorrow’s Industrial Revolution Today (October 1)
- AMEP’s Career Pathways Program: Preparing Candidates for Emerging Workforce Needs in Manufacturing (September 24)
- Accessing High Caliber Talent for Senior Roles in Manufacturing and Technology (September 17)
- Regional Energy Update and Outlook with Eric Johnson, ISO New England (September 10)
- Labor Day Lessons: ‘Made in America’ culture and leadership highlights (September 3)
- UConn’s Innovation Partnership Building and Tech Park (August 27)
- Connecticut’s Energy Future for Manufacturing (August 20)
- MFG Day is coming – likely virtually – Are you ready? (August 13)
- Connecticut Manufacturing WILL Rise! (August 6)
- Utilizing Advanced Technologies at Your Advanced Manufacturing Center (July 30)
- Attracting and Retaining America’s Diverse Young Adult Workforce (July 23)
- Using 180 Skills to Rethink, Recommit, and Re-engage Your Current Workforce (July 16)
- Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC): What you need to know (July 9)
- 4th of July Fun – Made in CT (July 2)
- AI in Advanced Manufacturing (June 25)
- Financial Wellness for Manufacturers – Retaining your Workforce in Uncertain Times (June 18)
- Celebrating Connecticut’s Youth and Collegian Women of Innovation® (June 11)
- PPP Loan Forgiveness Criteria – What Manufacturers Need to Know (June 4)
- Augmented Reality Solutions for CT Manufacturers (May 28)
- Using Technology and Effective Communications to Market your Business (May 21)
- Future Economic Landscape for CT Manufacturers with Chmura Economics & Analytics (May 14)
- Using Technology to Transition through COVID-19 with Ari Santiago (May 7)
- Now. Next. New. for CT Manufacturers with CohnReznick (April 30)
- $2.3 trillion Federal Reserve Loans to Support the Economy (April 23)
- Supporting CT Manufacturing Workers During COVID-19 (April 16)
- Helping CT Manufacturers Handle Disruptions to their Business (April 9)
- FEDERAL RESOURCES – How Can Manufacturers Access the COVID-19 Stimulus Package? (April 2)
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