When the Los Angeles Trade Technical College sought a Round 3 TAACCCT grant, the Round 1 Health Professions Pathway (H2P) Consortium served as a mentor on grant planning and subsequent health care curriculum implementation.

 

This presentation describes how the LA Healthcare Competencies to Careers Consortium (LAH3C) built upon its Pathways to Academic, Career and Transfer Success (PACTS) student success framework and learned lessons from the H2P Consortium to develop regional, competency-based, stacked, and latticed programs of study for the nine-college Los Angeles Community College District. This presentation also highlights the ways in which evaluation has informed implementation and helped scale the national health care reform movement initiated by H2P and spread through LAH3C.