Workforce Development Moving Forward with Unmanned Vehicle Technology

Sinclair Community College is holding the first civilian Unmanned Aerial Vehicle training class in the region beginning July 19 at its main campus and Tech Town in downtown. The college is hoping to prepare the area’s workforce for forthcoming jobs as a result of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base’s involvement with the evolving technology.

“I think as we look at the UAS industry, projections are within the next few years it’s going to be a multi-billion [dollar industry]. You know, you hear everything from 12 to 20 billion,” said Deborah Norris, Vice President of Workforce Development and Corporate Services at Sinclair Community College. “We know that it’s going to be an incredibly large market.”

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