KTech is a workforce training initiative of Kids to Love and they have just opened their two new in-demand job training opportunities to support the advanced manufacturing industry in north Alabama.
A ribbon-cutting at the KTECH campus had many guests get a glimpse of the new robots’ capabilities.There have been 32 diverse student graduates from its Mechatronics program and boasts a 100% success rate. "KTECH’s purpose is to train and connect students with jobs in the advanced manufacturing industry,” says Kids toLove Founder/CEO Lee Marshall. “Adding these 2 programs proves we are relevant within Alabama’s advanced manufacturing industry.” “The robots our students will train on are the same ones Toyota/Mazda will operate in their north Alabama plant,” says Dorothy Havens, Director of Workforce Development for Kids to Love. “KTECH is producing knowledgeable and dependable employees who are ready for the floor as soon as they graduate our program.”
KTech's mission statement is "To provide specialized workforce training and credentialing for high demand occupations to a targeted, underserved population thereby addressing the following three areas: industry's need for skilled workers, community's need for increased employment rates, and the individual's need to be productive, contributing member of society."