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Cerro Coso Industrial Arts – Welding Technology Cerro Coso’s Welding Technology Program trains students in multiple welding processes and is designed to prepare them for an entry-level welding position in diverse fields. Safe and clean work habits are practiced and personal protective equipment is required. CTE Enhancement Funds were used to remodel and re-equip the […]
Columbia College Apprenticeship Initiative This January 2017 Columbia College, a beautiful Community College in the foot hills of the Sierra’s, on boarded 28 apprentices into our Hospitality Management Apprenticeship Initiative. Apprentices in the program are working towards earning an Associate Degree while getting paid to do on-the-job training. Columbia College Apprenticeship Initiative ...
Highlights from our DSN, Valerie Fisher on the Health Workforce Initiative: HWI: Providing Services to Business Edition 7 HWI: Career Pathway Outcomes Edition 9 For more information visit the HWI Website
The CCCCO is hosting webinars to provide updates on a number of Chancellor’s Office activities. Webinars will be held from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. on various upcoming dates. Registration and more information can be found at www.eventbrite.com.
Join faculty experts from around California for a one day intensive workshop highlighting future building and energy trends in California. Hear from Industry Keynotes Join Regional Expert Networks Prepare for Strong Workforce Investments Register Today! Go to https://cccaoe.org/events/2016-fall-conference/registration and select Pre-conference – Efficiency Matters: Energy Sector (Prop 39) af...
College of the Sequoias has partnered with Career Coach in order to help students achieve their career goals through current industry information and their connection to programs. Studies show that college students who choose a program of study have higher completion rates than those who remain undecided. Career Coach offers everything from career exploration, […]
When a student earns an industry-valued third-party credential, employers know that a student has mastered the skills necessary to earn that credential. On the national workforce credentials front, the Certification Exchange Project, an effort to expand and improve date exchange between industry certification organizations and state longitudinal data systems, is moving quickly. In this video [&hel...
The Course Identification Number (C-ID) System held several discipline input group (DIG) meetings this past April, where faculty from Water and Wastewater Technology drafted seven descriptors for courses identified as part of a potential certificate for the discipline. In addition, the faculty present at the meetings believed that the seven draft descriptors could be used […]