Training for Regional Energy in North Dakota (TREND) received a $14,642,938 Round Two TAACCCT award to create new and enhanced educational and training programs, student support systems, and partnerships with industry and North Dakota’s workforce systems.
Defining Features of Project:
- Increase the attainment of industry-recognized certificates and degrees with a focus on stackable credentials in the oil, gas and construction sectors.
- Deliver education and training in a more innovative, effective, and efficient way with a focus on basic skills and supporting more flexible and technology-enabled learning.
- Transform recruitment, retention, and employment strategies with focus on enhanced student support services and career navigation, as well as strengthened commitments from and relationships with business and industry.
|Project and Outcome Report|
|Project||Training for Regional Energy in North Dakota (TREND)|
|Institution||Bismarck State College|
|Outcome Report||TREND Final Evaluation Report|
|Completed program of study||907 students|
|Employment*||472 employed after completion|
*= As of the time of the Final Evaluation Report
Source: Grantee’s Third-Party Evaluation