Leveraging Technology to Improve Workforce Competency

On-Demand Webinar

Mining

Engage your next generation workforce to support future growth

The Kinetic Heartbeat Group Report estimates annual mining turnover is at 24%. The cost for replacing a new recruit is 33% of an annual salary and 150% for highly skilled positions. As operators and personnel switch jobs and migrate between various operations, technology holds the key to engaging the next generation of operators.

At Schneider Electric, we understand the need to keep the next generation of mining workers more engaged, and invested with updated training tools that speed training time.

This webinar addresses key topics faced by the mining, minerals, and metals (MMM) industry:

  • The Workforce Competency Challenge: How operator competency impacts operation
  • Planning for Structured Training: Defining training needs and means for the next generation workforce
  • Creating Value: Putting concepts into action – customer case studies
Speaker

Gregor Fernholz

Dynism Product Manager, AVEVA

Gregor, Dynism Product Manager - started as a Technical Sales Consultant for dynamic simulation and Operator Training Simulation in 2006. Today he is responsible for the product management of the SimSci Flagship product DYNSIM. He received a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Dortmund in Germany. In his current capacity as Global Product Manager - Alarm Adviser, Con is responsible for the annual product roadmap, feature definition and successful delivery of the Alarm Adviser software offering operational excellence while simplifying the lives of thousands of operators and engineers around the globe.

Speaker

Nat Rudarakanchana

Steel Reporter, American Metal Market

Nat, Steel Reporter - covers steel long products for American Metal Market as a news and market reporter. His coverage spans trade and policy through companies, markets,labor, safety, and operational topics. He holds B.A. in Philosophy from Cambridge University and a M.S. in journalism from Columbia University.

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