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... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 117 capacity needs based on availability of future talent, job-specific considerations, projected future airport workforce requirements and skill needs, and airport education and training resource sufficiency. Further, this chapter highlights valuable recommendations and next steps that airports could pursue to prepare for impending workforce challenges.
From page 121...
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From page 125...
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From page 126...
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From page 127...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 124 technology can affect airports in sometimes contradictory ways. For example, new technology may be used to update and streamline processes with the goal of operational efficiency.
From page 128...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 125 Workforce pipeline. One airport educator commented that airports are "frankly…overwhelmed by emerging technologies and understand little about how to prepare for them." While more IT professionals will be needed across all airports, the current workforce will also all need exposure to the new, revolutionary technology that airports are implementing.
From page 129...
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From page 130...
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