“The Manufacturers and Employers Association provides businesses in Northeast PA with highly beneficial and cost-effective training and development opportunities. MAEA’s professional and experienced coaches design highly interactive teachings and exercises that address common business world’s situations enabling both leaders and associates of various fields to communicate well with each other, to solve challenges, and to stay ahead of upcoming obstacles. Upon successful completion of an MAEA education, you are vested with hands-on solutions, refreshed ideas, and invaluable relationships with other professionals of your field!”
Katharina Stuerzl - Associate Relations Specialist, MAE-Eitel, Inc.
“Our company has experienced tremendous growth in the past couple of years, and we have needed expert training for our supervisors. We found expertise with the Northeast PA Manufacturers & Employers Association. Their course content was relevant and applicable to a supervisor’s day-to-day experiences on the floor, they were very competent in what they taught, and were extremely accommodating to our scheduling needs. I would recommend the services of MAEA to any company with the desire to have well trained and engaged associates.”
Michael Scheidel - Clearly Clean Products, LLC
“In today’s ever-changing marketplace, the importance of job training has never been greater. Workforce training is an indispensable way to keep your organization competitive. The bottom line of any business is financial growth. If one could do it alone, there would be no need for a workforce, and every workforce must be trained. The better the training, the better your company’s growth. By giving them the training they need to maximize their skills, they will be able to fulfill those hard to reach goals that only the most talented and dedicated associates can. MAEA provides you a solution to your workforce training needs by offering over 100 training programs to be delivered to you publically, in house, pre-recorded, virtual and customized if necessary.”
Darlene J. Robbins, President, MAEA