Duration: 1 hour
During this webinar, you will hear directly from Dover executives, manufacturing engineers, and training leaders to learn about their manufacturing challenges and how they successfully apply immersive 3D learning to address them.
Today’s frontline workforce is essential to modern manufacturing operations, with people performing 72% of factory work. But today’s workforce only stays with their employer for an average of 2.8 years, and in the industrial sector, it’s even shorter. This means less time to onboard, less time to train, and less time to take all that knowledge and improve upon existing skills. And with rising retirement rates, industry is experiencing a shortage of skilled labor on the frontline workforce that puts managers in a constant game of catch-up, backfilling positions, and spending valuable time and resources to train new hires. This means that the traditional ways of passing down knowledge via 1-on-1 training are no longer viable. There simply aren’t enough senior employees to train and mentor new hires.
Training combined with ISO-compliant digital work instructions is one of the best ways to help frontline employees because it accelerates time-to-competency and allows for easier upskilling. But for manufacturers that need to hire and train fast, traditional training methods are a bottleneck for scaling training programs. These events are very tough to overcome in an industry that needs to be faster to innovate.
During this webinar, you’ll take away the following:
- How Dover is addressing the needs of the underserved frontline worker
- Actionable insight from Dover manufacturing engineers and trainers on how 3D immersive learning tools make learning tasks faster and better
- How immersive learning can reduce errors and rework
- How you can transform existing CAD models into effective training instructions
Vice President, Marketing
Prior to joining CDS Visual, Aaron was a solution engineer at Vistagy, where he led customer-facing sales activities and customer support.
He has also served as a product manager at PTC for the Windchill PLM product, as a support engineer at InPart, which was acquired by PTC, and as a Mechanical Engineer at Applied Materials in the Ion Implant division.
Aaron is active in coaching youth soccer and volunteers for a non-profit organization in San Jose.