FTR 001: G Jerry Truglia on Training, Labor Rates, Tech Shortage & Standards

G Jerry Truglia Previous Episodes HERE.

Talking Points:

  • How do we get people into the industry
  • Technicians need to be respected but we need to create the standards that remove that paradigm.
  • Accountants and doctors get retraining each year. We need to have standards similar to these.
  • We need to invest in our technicians instead of giving them hats and jackets.
  • Not enough technicians are attending training.
  • Foundational (basic) training is more important than ever. Refreshers are good.
  • Labor rates need to reflect your true profession to support training and tools necessary.

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