SRC Holdings Corporation
SRC Holdings Corporation (SRC) does more than just remanufacture diesel engines, turbos and power units. In fact, SRC has 12 companies under its umbrella. With each division working hard on its services, the company realizes that they must extensively train their employees to succeed.
According to a report by McKinsey Global Institute, for 60 percent of global occupations, at least one-third of employees’ job responsibilities have the ability to be automated. This means that companies must take the steps necessary to train their employees on how to operate technology that is always advancing.
One way SRC is keeping up with current trends is by seeking help from OTC’s Center For Workforce Development, which offers job training, professional development and continuing education. The center partners with about 50 clients each year for customized training and consulting projects, and they are able to teach employees how to interact with complex technology that increases productivity.
OTC’s Center for Workforce Development sent an instructor to SRC to study their processes and develop a curriculum to train their employees on engine theory, assembly and disassembly. “It’s a huge benefit to train assemblers on the actual engines we remanufacture,” says Scot Scobee, director of human resources at SRC. “The investment we make and the expertise [the OTC Center for Workforce Development] brings results in a quality worker.”
Employees who want to further their education can also take advantage of the company’s customized degree program, which is completely paid for by SRC. This program allows employees to earn an Associate of Applied Science degree in manufacturing technology over the span of three years.