NOTHING WORKS ... If you're not willing to!
About the Book
Melvin Pohlkotte spent 65 years promoting Industrial Reliability Services (skill transfer) in a variety of earn-while-you-learn formats. Instructional content utilized, involved books, drawings, video, cd, laser disc, and most recently the web. In the late 1980's and early 1990's, Melvin Pohlkotte was traveling with and assisting his wife, supporting industrially sponsored apprenticeships in the Southeastern United States (900 companies and 3400 students). Influenced by governmental pressure industry vacated trade skill training and began funding local community colleges, with the belief that the college would provide work-force readiness. Now, 25+ years later, it hasn't happened. Our President is now calling or a return to skill training. Unfortunately, we have not produced an adequate supply of industrial journey personnel to manage pay-for-skill initiatives in a number needed to meet the needs of vacant jobs. America is ready to hire, who wants to invest in themselves, meet workplace minimum expectations, and go to work, debt free.
About the Author
Melvin C. Pohlkotte II was born 1934, the middle child of a civil engineer and a schoolteacher. Jobs were scarce but infrastructure was a high priority in the years immediately following the great depression. Burned as an eight-year-old, Mel was held back in the third grade. Suffering a diving accident as a 15-year-old, he faced a life of partial paralysis. But God had other plans. Mel spent more than 65 years promoting skill training with focus on industrial, commercial, and residential maintenance skill transfer. Facilitating with materials in many forms and formats. His preference has always been "earn while you learn", with no accumulated educational debt., In 2003, recognizing the shift in national emphasis, Mel enrolled in and graduated from Master’s School of Divinity, earning a master’s in Biblical Studies. (Counseling emphasis). And in 2006 he enrolled in and graduated from Covington Theological Seminary with a doctor's degree in Ministry. The Author can be contacted in the following manners, Melvin (Mel) C. Pohlkotte P. O. Box 988 Soddy Daisy, Tennessee 37384 Phone 1-423-667-5477 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org