CMMC will encompass multiple maturity levels that range from “Basic Cyber Security Hygiene to Advanced”. The intent is to identify the required CMMC level in Request for Proposals (RFP’s) in the term and conditions and will be used as a GO/NO GO decision for procurement of product. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_HQ6z6JgvU
Kevin Smith talks about Leader Effectiveness Training (L.E.T.) which teaches Dr. Thomas Gordon’s world renowned model of human relationships. L.E.T. is taught through the MassMEP as a 3 day workshop. People leave the workshop with a set of skills that can be put to use immediately.
By: Ted Bauer Turning new hires or training current workforce into effective employees requires structure, standardization, and planning. That means developing and implementing an effective training plan that includes ongoing skills development for the entire workforce. Your company’s success depends on it.
MassMEP is proud to present the first regional event showcasing the emerging technologies being developed by the Manufacturing USA Institutes. Join us on Thursday, October 4, 2018 at the DCU Center in Worcester for The Future of Manufacturing Symposium and discover future technologies opportunities for U.S. businesses and education institutions. Why You Should Attend: Exclusive […]
A collaboration between the Worcester-based Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Partnership and Burlington cybersecurity firm CyberSaint seeks to help the state’s manufacturers doing work for the government better secure their information. In an interview, MassMEP Director of Growth Services Tom Andrellos spoke about the importance of cybersecurity in manufacturing in the 21st century. Why is cybersecurity important […]