Toyota Starts Manufacturing Apprenticeship Program

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Sept. 12, 2019—The Manufacturing Institute, the workforce and education partner of the National Association of Manufacturers, and Toyota Motor North Alabama announced a partnership to transition operations and stewardship of the Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education Program (FAME) to the manufacturing institute, reported WHNT19 News.

The program trains students regardless of age or background, from high school graduates to those interested in transitioning into manufacturing.

The program focuses on technical qualifications in advanced manufacturing. The goal is to help students develop professional skills and deeper knowledge of the manufacturing industry.

FAME has 31 chapters in 13 states. Four of those chapters are in Alabama, the largest of those is located in Decatur


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