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Interested in one of our programs? Give Darrly a call at (306) 301-0172 or e-mail 
darryl.minty@cme-mec.ca.

Innovative products and innovative processes require innovative people. That's why CME is committed to strengthening Saskatchewan's manufacturing workforce through a concentration in four priority areas: Human Resources, youth engagement, Aboriginal workforce development, and sharing HR best practices. Secondary focuses include safety and communications excellence.

Manufacturing Management Certificate

The MMC is a joint educational initiative between CME and Athabasca University, designed to provide the necessary skills training to develop and nurture new managers and supervisors from within existing manufacturing operations.

Leadership Boot Camp

This three-module, interactive ‘boot camp' provides students with a crash course in the theories and tools they need to transition from a contributor within a manufacturing operation to a manager and organizational leader.

Virtual Welder

In partnership with the Saskatoon Industry-Education Council, CME now offers schools and organizations across the province access to innovative technology that nurtures new interest in the welding trade.

Workshop: The Philosophy of Deming & Systems-Based Thinking

Systems-based thinking is one of the most important skill-sets any individual can have — improving processes, strengthening quality, and enhancing relationships.

 


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Human Resource Special Interest Group

A forum that brings together human resources professionals (or those in a small organization where human resources is part of your role but you have had no formal training) to discuss best practices, emerging trends, and economic challenges relating to hiring in the manufacturing sector.  These discussions are group-led and facilitated by Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME), with groups in Regina and Saskatoon.

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Human Resources Advisory Services

People are an organization's biggest asset, yet the root of many organizational issues tend to come from the people.  Many companies, particularly small- to medium-sized businesses do not have the resources or capacity to have a designated, full-time HR professional to look after the strategic areas of the people, however, it is the people that play a vital role in the success of an organization.

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