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Employer’s Voice Matt Poischbeg, Sea-lect Plastics on Vimeo

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Matt Poischbeg, Vice President and General Manager of Sea-lect Plastics in Everett, talks about education and manufacturing.

SEA-LECT Plastics joined the Washington State Training Program, due to the shortage of skilled workers in the Mold Making Trade. As more people retire, the shortage trend is growing. In order to address this issue, in 2008 the Washington State Legislature allocated funding to create an apprenticeship program with multiple occupations in order to develop workers for the aerospace (and other) industries.

The apprenticeship program is a five year commitment. 93% of the education takes place as paid on-the-job training (OJT). This includes three hours per week of related college classroom instruction to learn the theory behind what is learned on the job.

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