Grant Projects in Energy

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Below you will find a selected list of Energy Industry grant projects that have significant contributions in SkillsCommons.


TRACT-7 Website

Technical Retraining to Achieve Credentials (TRAC-7)

TRAC-7 provides workers with academic and industry-recognized credentials, while focusing on educating students to meet industry demands for a skilled workforce.

View: TRAC-7 Materials in SkillsCommons
View: Video Interview with TRAC-7 Project Director
View: TRAC-7 Legacy Video | SkillsCommons Record
View: TRAC-7 Vignette | SkillsCommons Record
Visit: TRAC-7 Website

 


South Dakota Green Energy Consortium Website

South Dakota Green Energy Consortium

The focus of this consortium of four Technical Institutes in South Dakota is to provide paths for at risk workers in South Dakota to enter into high-demand, high-skill occupations in Green Energy Production.

View: South Dakota Green Energy Materials in SkillsCommons
Visit: South Dakota Green Energy Website


Colorado Online Energy Training Consortium Website

Colorado Online Energy Training Consortium (COETC)

The Consortium is focused on enhancing current energy-related programs with the goal of training highly qualified workers for businesses that are seeking a skilled workforce.

View: COETC Materials in SkillsCommons
View: Video Interview with COETC Project Director
Visit: COETC Website


Colorado Helps Advanced Manufacturing Program Website

Colorado Helps Advanced Manufacturing Program (CHAMP)

CHAMP is working to increase the attainment of manufacturing degrees and certificates that align with the industry’s recognized competencies, skills and certifications.

trophy Award: Honorable Mention at 2016 Learning Impact Awards Competition. Breaking Blended Barriers – SkillsCommons and Colorado Community College System [ video | paper ]

View: CHAMP Materials in SkillsCommons
Visit: CHAMP Website


Pathways to Success logo

Pathways to Success in a Technical Career: Leveraging TAACCCT

This project will prepare students for industry recognized credentials for machinists by awarding one-year certificates and two-year associate of applied science degrees in Machine Tool Technology and Welding Technology.

View: Pathways to Success Materials in SkillsCommons
View: Video Interview with Pathways to Success Project Director


 

Select Grant Projects in Energy

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