Expert Manufacturing Advice tailored for step-by-step implementation in the workplace. Small Manufacturers, Machine Shops and CAD Engineers improve and thrive with our hands-on help. How to be the Best Engineer you can Be – Kick-start Your Career and Earn More Plus… How to Combat the Skills Shortage in Your Manufacturing Business
'Hands-on Help for SMEs' and Smart Technical People'
The best businesses understand their most important assets are their employees. From a personal perspective, there are few things more important than your job and employability. Advice Manufacturing is committed to helping small manufacturers and individual engineers, get the skills they need. For many manufacturing companies, the skills shortage is now critical. Here, you’ll find practical help to structure and professionalise career development and training for you and your colleagues. Importantly, this is aligned to company needs to build skills and capability within your small manufacturing business. Combat the skills shortage and get the talent your firm needs to kick on and thrive.
Take Control of Your Job Security and Career Progression
Questions you need to ask yourself:
Do any of these points resonate in some way with you?
OK, well don’t you owe it to yourself to be proactive and take control of your own career? Advice Manufacturing will give you the points, tips, options and importantly the structure to make it happen.
Develop yourself as an engineer. Go out and get the skills and knowledge you need to be as competitive and employable as possible. Get the most interesting, most rewarding and the best paid job you can. Position yourself to take the next opportunity you get to advance your career – whether as an employee, a consultant or a contractor – give yourself the best chance.
Just because the company you work for may not give you the recognition you deserve, it doesn’t mean you don’t owe it to yourself. Go out and make the career moves you deserve and get the recognition that is rightfully yours – at your current employer or elsewhere. Start believing in yourself.
We constantly hear about the skills shortage in engineering and high-end manufacturing? Well according to the laws of supply and demand, a shortage of anything should increase its value. So why aren’t engineering salaries sky rocketing as a result? Or are they? What do you think?