Robert Bosch LLC, Lenz Awarded Silver Star

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Robert Bosch LLC, Lenz Awarded Silver Star


Robert Bosch LLC and Mark Lenz were presented the Silver Star of Excellence Award during ATEA's 46th National Conference on Technical Education, March 11-13, 2009 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. For the past two years, the Tennessee Technology Center at Dickson and Robert Bosch LLC's site in Clarksville, Tennessee have worked hand in hand to develop a Mechatronics Apprenticeship program. Mark Lenz served as lead on the project. The development process benefited from his experiences with similar programs in both Bosch's sites in Sumter and Charleston, South Carolina.

The project was a result of skill needs identified by the Bosch Clarksville Plant. A search to identify a high quality, cost effective supplier for technical training ensued, resulting in the selection of TTC at Dickson's Clarksville Extension Campus.

Bosch donated items and new upgraded equipment began arriving for both the Industrial Maintenance and Machine Tool programs. Advice on facility upgrades and assistance in transferring equipment was provided by David Thompson, Sr. Facilities Supervisor at Bosch. Ray Usina, Senior BPS Implementor, volunteered to train the TTC staff in workplace organization to establish 5S standards used in most industries today. In parallel, Lenz and Andy Greene of Bosch and the TTC staff worked to combine portions of both the Machine Tool and Industrial Maintenance Technology curriculums for the new Apprenticeship program. A curriculum spanning four trimesters was mutually agreed upon. …

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