TAACCCT Highlights: Industry Aligned Programs & Career Pathways Part II
A great deal has been written about TAACCCT programs, their impact on industry and on adult students seeking a pathway to a family-sustaining career. These "highlights" focus on programs that aligned to industry specific career pathways.
The Health Professions Pathways (H2P) consortium is developing a core curriculum and galvanizing a national movement to improve healthcare education via the adoption of a core curriculum.
INAM works with industry associations and employers to address the projected shortage of manufacturing workers.
INAM colleges work together to share curriculum, resources, and innovations.
Highlights of the need for advance manufacturing programs and how the TAACCCT program is helping meet that need.
INAM partners with employers to improve and align programs with employer needs.
Describes the articulation agreements with Illinois Universities to ensure that the credits earned students in TAACCCT programs will be fully transferred should they choose to pursue further education.
Abstract Only: Community colleges are using grants and workforce partnerships to train a new generation of technology workers.
Matthew Kinkley, Executive Director of Workforce Economic Development at Rhodes State College shares why his college values partnerships with industry.Partner schools are transitioning to flexible, hands-on, competency-based learning environments.
The paper is based on a series of briefs that provide an initial picture of the TAACCCT grants based on analysis of the grant applications for Rounds 1-3.
The new Industrial Sewing program at Henry Ford College uses Performance-Based Objectives (PBOs) to assess students' skills in the classroom and in the workplace.
Governor Steve Bullock, Commissioner Pam Bucy and the RevUp Montana team talk about the RevUp Montana program and how it is revolutionizing 2-year education in Montana. RevUp Montana strives to empower Montana's workforce through up-skilling employees and fast-tracking education programs to decrease time from class to the workforce.