September Tech Bytes


Industry News

Why manufacturing jobs are coming back to the U.S. — even as companies buy more robots

As companies add more robots to North American factory floors, the number of human jobs in manufacturing is also on the rise. Read More
Robots on Manufacturing Floor

5 Benefits of Digital Manufacturing
Manufacturers have to think harder than most to find new ways of increasing revenue. Global demand for manufactured products is growing, but not fast enough. Read More

Why Robots Will Improve Manufacturing Jobs
There is a widely held view about what is coming in manufacturing. It goes something like: Move over, humans. We don’t need you anymore. Robots will take it from here.
But it isn’t true. This is not manufacturing’s future. Read More

Education

Tech-nically Speaking, We Can Close the Skills Gap
At a quick glance, the U.S. economy is slated to increase from 140 million to 165 million jobs by 2020. While job growth is a positive development, states across the country are being challenged to innovate how they develop and train a modern workforce to meet the new demands of a changing economy. Read More

Our Programs

15 Little Known Facts About the GBC’s Online Technical Programs

15 Little Know Fact About GBC Technical Training

At GBCtechtraining we are committed to helping you get the most out of your education with us. Our Student Resource Center is always available for you, and our Program and Support Consultants are ready to answer all your questions about the online technical programs. To help you save a bit of time we’ve compiled this list of important but lesser known facts to help optimize your learning experience with us. Read More

Success Stories

Name: Jason Shell
Program:  PLC Technician II Graduate

Jason Shell works at McKee Foods as a second shift Lead Electronics Technician. “At my workplace we use the Allen-Bradley RSLogix 5000 PLC hardware and software. I enrolled in the PLC Technician II program to get a better understanding of this technology and improve my performance at work. I am pleased to say that I have been able to apply a lot of what I learned on a daily basis.” Read More

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