Setting the standard: a handbook on skill standards for the high-tech industry
American Electronics Association, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 50 pages
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A vision of how a skill standards system might work
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ADMINISTRATIVE/INFORMATION SERVICES SUPPORT Administrator Advanced Technology Laboratories AEA believes AEA skill standards AEA Workforce Skills American Electronics Assoc Apple Computer Applied Materials AT&T Barram Cheryl Fields Tyler competent performance context Cray Research critical function customer requirements dards Director documented DOVatron ELDEC Corporation employers exceed customer needs external customers Fluke Corporation frontline workers GenRad goal Grass Valley Group Hewlett-Packard Company high-tech industry Human Resources IBM Corporation improve electronics-related products Intel Corporation Intermec Corporation internal and external job roles key activity activities key purpose know when someone Manager MANUFACTURING SPECIALIST Mary meet customer Middlesex Community College Motorola national skill standards PRE/POST SALES processes that meet Quantum Corporation Raychem Corporation Raytek Schedules Sequent Computer Systems Silicon Graphics skill standards system Solectron Corporation specifications stan standards will help Tandem Computers teams three occupational areas tion trainers U.S. Department Vice President voluntary skill standards Workforce Skills Project XEL Communications