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SOLUTIONS A Publication of the Center for Business Solutions at Albany Technical College

SPRING 2013

MillerCoors A lbany Brewery A long-standing partnership with Albany Tech provides ongoing professional development for employees


CBS Staff

MATT TRICE Vice President 430.3563

mtrice@albanytech.edu

GARY FRAGÉ Solutions Associate, Business & Industry 430.3593

JOHN KLEMM Solutions Associate, Logistics 430.3924

STEVE EIDSON CEDT, PMP® Solutions Associate, Instruction 430.6619

YVONDRIA KELLOGG Solutions Assistant 430.6598

LEANNE BULLINGTON Solutions Assistant 430.6616

gfrage@albanytech.edu

VALERIE WILLIAMS Solutions Associate, Continuing Education 430.3867 vwilliams@albanytech.edu

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MillerCoors ALBANY BREWERY Find out more about MillerCoors Albany Brewery’s long-standing partnership with Albany Tech providing ongoing professional development for employees. Solutions is published quarterly by the Center for Business Solutions at Albany Technical College. Albany Technical College is a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia. Questions and comments relating to this publication or any of its contents may be addressed to Solutions, c/o Albany Technical College, 1704 S. Slappey Blvd., Albany, Georgia 31701, www.albanytech.edu.

jklemm@albanytech.edu

ykellogg@albanytech.edu

Albany Technical College Board of Directors 2012-2013

seidson@albanytech.edu

DON REHBERG Solutions Associate, Testing 430.6612

drehberg@albanytech.edu

lbullington@albanytech.edu

BAKER COUNTY:

Kent Sanders

EARLY COUNTY:

Robert Chester

CALHOUN COUNTY:

Neil Lowe

LEE COUNTY:

Jay Smith

CLAY COUNTY:

Carl Childs, Jr.

RANDOLPH COUNTY: Kuanita Murphy

DOUGHERTY COUNTY:

Joe Austin Ben Barrow Virginia Parker, Chair Col. Mederos Betty White

TERRELL COUNTY:

Rhonda Gordon


InsideThis Issue 8 A Note from Our President A Note from Our Vice President for CBS

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COVER STORY

MillerCoors Albany Brewery

A long-standing partnership with Albany Tech provides ongoing professional development for employees FEATURE STORIES DEPARTMENT HIGHLIGHT: Industrial Systems Technology STUDENT HIGHLIGHT: Albert Williams, Industrial Systems Technology Diploma Graduate Michael Hall, Operations Management Student

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PROGRAM HIGHLIGHT: Operations Management

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CBS STAFF HIGHLIGHT: Dr. Steve Eidson

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CONTINUING EDUCATION Event Services

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Lean Six Sigma

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Computer Classes

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Continuing Education

The role of continuing education is to develop short courses, workshops, and seminars for professional development and personal enrichment. Students who satisfactorily complete most career, professional and technical courses receive continuing education units (CEUs) documenting that their instruction has met nationally established standards in planning, designing, teaching and evaluating. For more information, visit http://www.georgiaquickstart.org.

DOUGHERTY COUNTY CAMPUS RANDOLPH COUNTY LEARNING CENTER www.albanytech.edu

229.430.3500 229.732.5280


President ’s Letter We put training solutions to work for your business. In this edition of Solutions, you will be able to read about the long-standing partnership we have had with MillerCoors Albany Brewery. This is one of many partnerships we are very proud to continue to offer to MillerCoors to benefit their operations. For many years, MillerCoors Albany Brewery has allowed us to train their employees in areas such as Industrial Systems, Technical Writing, Apprenticeship, and Training Management for Forklift Operators, just to name a few. That partnership is now expanding due to our Center for Business Solutions now offering programs such as Lean Six Sigma, Operations Management, and Project Management. If your business needs this type of training or even customer service training and other training, look no further than our Center for Business Solutions (CBS) here at Albany Technical College. They will customize solutions to meet your needs each and every time. Thank you for all you do to make Albany and Southwest Georgia a great place to live and work. Sincerely,

Anthony O. Parker, Ph.D. President, Albany Technical College

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Voice of t he Vice President

The Center for Business Solutions is proud of the partnerships that we have with business and industry here in Southwest Georgia. In this issue, you will read about our relationship with MillerCoors and how we are able to interface with companies in order to meet their training and development needs. Our goal is to be a "solutions-based" partner for you and your company. We want to be the first partner you call when you have a need. We bring a vast array of local experience and knowledge and also have the capability to call on other partners within the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG), as well as QuickStart. We exist for one reason: to provide solutions-based results in order to make your business profitable and successful here in Southwest Georgia. Talk to us about your needs. Consider our experience in areas such as: • • • • • • • • • •

Logistics Lean Operations Six Sigma Project Management Leadership Development High Performance Leadership Customer Service OSHA Manufacturing assessments and training Computer software training

Need a place or a high-tech facility to have a meeting or host a meeting? The Center for Business Solutions is your starting point. For small or large groups, we have the resources to effectively meet your needs and will assist you in event planning and management. Our facilities are tops in the Region and we urge you to consider using them for a world-class meeting experience. Contact us today and allow us to be a part of your solution to continued success and profitability!

Sincerely,

Matt Trice Vice President, Center for Business Solutions

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Event Services

Kirkland Conference Center

The Kirkland Conference Center is a multi-purpose room that can be arranged to handle a banquet, a large classroom setting or even a theatre.

Classrooms and Computer Labs Classrooms 121 & 123 offer a traditional classroom setting with individual student desks. The layout is ideal for training sessions or even testing. The Computer Lab - MTB provides access to 21 computer workstations at individual stations. This is ideal for training that involves the need of Internet access to present interactive materials. The Academic Technology Lab - LEC provides a traditional classroom venue that has access to technology.

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Computer Lab - MTB

Academic Technology Lab - LEC


Technical Specifications: • Multiple Cameras • DVP • Cable • VTC (Boardroom, K125, Kirkland) • WiFi • Podium with Microphone • Handheld Microphone • Lapel Microphone • LCD TV’s

Available Upon Request: • Laptop (LEC Auditorium) • PowerPoint Presentation Remote (One Shared)

Logistics Education Center Executive BoardRoom

LEC Auditorium

The Executive Boardroom is ideal for any executive level meeting you may have for your business. Ideally designed not only for productive in-house meetings, but also for meetings with telecommunications.

The Logistics Education Center Auditorium is an ideal venue for a medium- to large-sized meetings. With access to multiple large LCD screens, everyone will see the bigger picture.

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MillerCoors Albany Brewery MillerCoors Albany Brewery has had a long-standing partnership with the Center for Business Solutions (CBS) at Albany Technical College. Over the years, CBS has assisted the brewery with meeting a variety of needs, from workplace safety training and basic equipment maintenance classes, to technical writing services. Recently, many of the MillerCoors team members have taken advantage of the Lean Six Sigma certification programs. Terry Edwards, Learning and Development Manager at MillerCoors Albany Brewery, says that CBS training programs have been a reliable source of developmental training opportunities for our team members. “For example, Albany Tech helped us design and deliver basic equipment maintenance training to our packaging operators at the outset of the brewery’s WCM initiative in 2005, and much of that training is still in place today,” said Edwards. “Our packaging operations have benefited from the training as team members learned to conduct maintenance functions, in addition to operating the lines.”

The broader choice of programs Albany Tech’s CBS now provides will definitely help provide our team members who are seeking professional development with valuable options. The Lean Six Sigma (Green and Black Belt) program, Operations Management and Project Management programs are all examples. “We worked very closely with MillerCoors when we were molding the curriculum for our Operations Management program,” said Matt Trice, Vice President for the Center for Business Solutions at Albany Tech. Through the new Operations Management program, students may also transition into the bachelor’s program in Manufacturing Technology with an agreement between Albany Tech and Southern Polytechnic State University. In the future, Edwards says the brewery will continue to look to CBS to provide relevant and timely training services. “We appreciate the fact that Albany Tech is flexible and quick to respond to our needs,” he said.

FORKLIFT CERTIFICATION

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Students demonstrate skill, safety and efficiency in operating a sit-down, counterbalance forklift. Certification is available to students who qualify. COST: $100 HOURS: 8 CEUs: 0.80 TIME: 8:00am – 4:00pm CAMPUS: Albany DATE: Every Other Saturday Please call EDP at 229-430-3563 to register for classes


“Our packaging operations have benefited from the training as team members learned to conduct maintenance functions, in addition to operating the lines.”

DRIVER’S EDUCATION COURSES

This course is designed to meet the State Joshua's Law requirements. Classes consist of 30 hours of classroom instructions and six hours of supervised training. We also offer One-on-One six hour Driver’s Education for the adult beginner. COST: High School Students: $250 HOURS: 36 CEUs: 3.60 Other Adults: $275 CAMPUS: Albany DATE: As requested

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Industrial Systems Technology Real World Simulation Provides Better Understanding of Industry The Industrial Systems Technology program at Albany Technical College is designed to prepare students for a career as an Industrial Systems technician/electrician. Both a diploma and a degree program are offered, along with three embedded technical certificates of credit including Industrial Fluid Power Technician, Industrial Motor Control Technician, and Programmable Control Technician. Robert Permenter, instructor and chair for the program, says it’s the training in the lab that really gives the students

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a head start in the workplace and gives them the necessary skills for performing their job. Students in the field can expect to find Industrial Technician Maintenance jobs in Manufacturing Automated Systems and Controls, as well as control systems for any industry that has Electrical/ Mechanical Automation. Salary ranges are relatively high with an entry-level job starting between $14-16 per hour and after two to three years, pay can range from $20-30 per hour, depending on the industry of interest.

For more information about the Industrial Systems Technology program at Albany Tech, contact Robert Permenter at 229.430.6614 or email rpermenter@albanytech.edu. You can also visit Albany Tech’s website at www.albanytech.edu and click on the Industrial Systems Technology sub-link under Areas of Study.


Albert Williams, Industrial Systems Technology diploma graduate Industrial Systems Technology diploma graduate, Albert Williams, says that it’s the Real World simulation in the labs that provide a better understanding of the industry. He says this increases your knowledge way before you land a job. Having just graduated, Williams has already landed a great job with the Army Corps of Engineers in Chattahoochee, Florida working at Jim Woodruff Dam Hydropower Facility as a Powerhouse Mechanic.

St udent Highlight

“This diploma helped me to land my job and I plan to move up in rank and one day retire here,” said Williams.

Williams’ background of being in the Air Force gave him some working knowledge in the field, however, he says the program definitely increased his knowledge and has given him a much better understanding of how Industrial Systems work.

He commends his instructor, Robert Permenter, for providing his class with such a wide range of knowledge in the field, especially for those who are just starting out.

“This diploma helped me to land my job and I plan to move up in rank and one day retire here.”

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OPERATIONS

MANAGEMENT Albany Technical College’s Center for Business Solutions now offers an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Operations Management. The program is designed to prepare individuals with the background they need to begin functioning as an entrylevel supervisor. By providing an overview of operations management and its different components, the student obtains a working knowledge of processes that can be immediately implemented. This means that businesses can see individuals having an impact from the outset rather than waiting for a massive learning curve to be completed.

Student

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For the student looking to pursue a higher level of education, Albany Tech holds an

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articulation agreement with Southern Polytechnic State University (SPSU) in Atlanta. Through this agreement, students can transfer the majority of the credit hours earned in the AAS Operations Management program into the Manufacturing Technology bachelor’s program. By doing this, the student comes into the program at SPSU as a first semester junior and within two years, can earn their bachelor’s degree. Two components of the Operations Management program include an embedded Quality Assurance Specialist Technical Certificate of Credit, which gives the student an opportunity to obtain the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. This credential is in high demand among businesses and industries. In addition, a

student in the program can complete the academic requirement that would enable them to test for the Certified Associate in Project Management from the Project Management Institute. The Instructor for the Operations Management program is Dr. Steve Eidson, who was also named as Albany Tech’s 2010 Rick Perkins Instructor of the Year. Through Eidson’s instruction, Albany Tech has been able to serve over 30 companies throughout the state of Georgia with obtaining Green and Black Belt certifications. Eidson also teaches the Project Management program and Lean Six Sigma at Albany Tech.

Operations Management provides “clearer picture” of overall supply chain management process within an organization As an employee of Maintenance Center Albany at the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Michael Hall says the Operations Management program at Albany Technical College has provided him with a “clear picture” of the overall supply chain management process at Maintenance Center. Hall, who will be halfway through the program by the end of this summer, says the “Green Belt” component of the program has allowed him to “think lean” in every project he works on. “I truly believe the program has enhanced my abilities and has already benefitted my career,”

said Hall. “I am being considered for more jobs and even promotions that I was not being considered for in the past.” Hall will be obtaining his Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Operations Management by the end of May 2014 (spring semester 2014). He has aspirations to continue his education by enrolling in the transition program through Albany Tech and Southern Polytechnic State University (SPSU) and ultimately, earning his bachelor’s degree. He says he would definitely recommend the Operations Management program to others wishing to pursue this career field.


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Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, Black Belt

For more information, contact Steve Eidson at 229.430.6619 or email cbs@albanytech.edu.


Center for Business Solut ions Staff Highlight

Dr. Steve Eidson, Solutions Associate Dr. Steve Eidson has been employed as a full-time instructor at Albany Technical College since November, 2002. His work in the Center for Business Solutions involves being the Faculty Chair for the Operations Management degree program and Quality Assurance programs and assisting in the coordination of the Business Logistics program. He received his Doctorate in Conflict Management from Trinity University, Chicago, IL in 1991. He holds a Master Certificate in Six Sigma from Villanova University and is a Certified Economic Developer Trainer (CEDT) within the Technical College System of Georgia. He received his Project Management Professional certification from the Project Management Institute in 2012. Dr. Eidson has been the lead instructor, conducted consultations, and facilitated classes for local corporate partners Proctor & Gamble, MillerCoors, MCLB, City of Albany, Perdue Farms and Phoebe Putney just to name a few. The classes included Lean Six Sigma, Operations Management, Customer Service and Certified Manufacturing. Dr. Eidson has been affiliated with Albany Tech since 1991.

For more information about the Project Management program at Albany Tech, contact Dr. Steve Eidson, CEDT, PMP, at 229.430.6619 or email seidson@albanytech.edu. You may also find more information about the program and other programs offered by the Center for Business Solutions at Albany Tech by visiting http://cbs.albanytech.edu. 14


The Commercial Truck Driving certificate program provides the knowledge and hands-on training necessary to obtain a CDL in the State of Georgia and provides the opportunity to obtain employment in the Commercial Truck Driving industry. The length of the program is 8 weeks which includes the State Exam for the CDL. A person must be a minimum of 18 years of age to attend the program; and must be 21 years of age to drive outside the State of Georgia.

COST: $375 CAMPUS: Albany

DATE:

As requested

Please call EDP at 229-430-3563 to register for classes

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1704 S. Slappey Blvd. Albany, Georgia 31701

Dougherty County Campus: 229.430.3500 | Randolph County Learning Center: 229.732.5280 www.albanytech.edu As set forth in its student catalog, Albany Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, genetic information, veteran status, or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law). The following person(s) has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Title IX Coordinator, Kathy Skates, Vice President of Administrative Services, Albany Technical College, 1704 S. Slappey Blvd., Albany, GA 31701. Phone 229.430.3524 and Section 504 Coordinator, Regina Watts, Special Needs Coordinator, Albany Technical College, 1704 S. Slappey Blvd., Albany, GA 31701, 229.430.2854 or rwatts@albanytech.edu.

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