Innovations Leading to Career Success Webinar Series
This series showcases strategies and resources of broad interest to community colleges and others engaged in career-focused education and training. Register now for upcoming webinars on career pathways, developmental education using competency-based education, affordable learning solutions, sustaining innovation, and apprenticeship.
The resources featured – such as Industry Expert to Expert Instructor (IE2EI) tools – are available on SkillsCommons.org and were produced by grantees of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) program, funded by the U.S. Department of Labor in partnership with the U.S. Department of Education.
IE2EI on SkillsCommons.org— the free and open digital library of workforce training materials—has produced videos, tools, and resources featuring exemplary teaching practices that educational institutions can easily adopt and adapt to produce successful transitions of industry experts into expert teachers.
Learn about Wisconsin’s major statewide career pathway effort to align the programs of the 16 colleges in the Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) with labor market needs, in partnership with secondary schools, workforce development and more.
This webinar explores free resources available on SkillsCommons.org to enhance Developmental Education programs using CBE.
Discover the wealth of free and open educational resources for career and technical training on SkillsCommons.org, a “one-stop shop” for faculty, staff and trainers.
This webinar features several types of innovations and detail how they can be systematized for long-term success.
This webinar will cover Open Educational Resources available on SkillsCommons.org that were produced by community colleges partnering with employers across the country.You’ll learn about guides, reports, course materials, handbooks, and more.
In this webinar, you will hear from three workforce development boards (WDBs) who have developed advanced partnerships with their community college system, and learn about a new guide, Powerhouse Partnerships: Community Colleges and Workforce Boards Working Together.