A new training scheme that aims to prepare workers for a post-technology job market is being developed by the Information Technology Association.
The association, which represents information technology professionals and employers, is working with several local government and academic partners on a program called the Information Enterprise Project.
The goal is to train workers who are willing to do some of the tasks that the technology industry needs to keep up with the needs of the future.
The idea is to develop a workforce that can compete with technology companies, but that is also able to do the work of a regular person, said Matt Schoenfeld, director of government relations for the association.
The project will be part of a nationwide pilot program to train information technology employees, which is part of the Alliance for a Competitive Information Technology Economy, or ACIOE, a coalition of business and civic leaders that is working to expand access to the skills needed to compete with the tech giants.
Schoenfeld said the goal of the program is to create a skilled workforce that will be ready to take over jobs that are being lost to automation.
He said the ACIO will use the program to provide jobs for IT professionals in other industries.
The program will be one part of an alliance that aims, according to ACIO president and CEO David Leventhal, to bring jobs to the country’s information technology infrastructure and boost the economy.
He said that, by training workers to work in information technology, the alliance hopes to create “a sustainable source of new jobs for our people and our economy.”
Schoenfield said he expects the program will generate a lot of money for the alliance and the state.
Schulfeld said he hopes to use the money to provide scholarships for the students and for training in other skills.
The state has seen a steep decline in the number of IT jobs.
The unemployment rate for IT workers stood at 3.5 percent in July, according a report by the Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics.
About 2,000 jobs were lost during the downturn in the IT industry, according the report.
Schreenfeld said in an interview that the program was designed to provide a “sustainable” path to a job.
Schunthand said he has not been able to see the program yet, but hopes to see it in the next few months.
Schenfeld is the chairman of the association’s information service industry group, which includes the Association of Public and Land Information Technicians.
Schonfeld said that the alliance is in the early stages of developing a program to help students in the field prepare for careers in information and telecommunications technology.
He also said that some information technology jobs will be filled by apprentices, but not all of them.
Schönfeld said his association has not had the opportunity to study the jobs being offered by employers because they have not been offered in a way that is feasible for them to do.
Schlenfeld said apprenticeship programs are also being offered at several colleges in the state, but he said they will likely not be able to compete because the companies that are recruiting them are not offering apprenticeships.
The new program is being funded by a grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology.