General Motors Is Training Its Employees In Preparation For EV Push

In its push to launch 30 new electric vehicles by 2025 and hit zero tailpipe emissions by 2035, General Motors is undertaking a major transition. Making that transition a reality will be GM’s employees, many of whom will receive electric vehicle training through the GM Automotive Manufacturing Electric College (AMEC).

According to a recent report from Detroit Free Press, AMEC was born from a need to improve General Motors employee training with specialization and new skills. The students are all full-time General Motors employees, including both new hires and veteran workers, who attend classes as their primary “job” with the intention of graduating at the end of the year with the technical skills needed for building the latest and greatest GM vehicles.