Continuous training, an experimental approach and exposing workers to new technology in various ways can help companies train workers for roles in additive manufacturing, manufacturing executives said. Atlas has also had "a lot of success with Department of Labor grants that pay 50% of the training for apprentices, or a pre-apprenticeship program that they're now doing," said Lynda Prigodich-Reed, CEO of Atlas Stamping and Manufacturing.
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