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U.S. Department Of Labor (DOL) Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College Career Training (TAACCCT) Grant. Making the Future: The Wisconsin Strategy. TAACCCT Grant Overview. $500 million in FY 12 grant funds 27 Consortium Projects funded in Round II Purpose:

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U.S. Department Of Labor (DOL)Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College Career Training (TAACCCT) Grant

Making the Future:

The Wisconsin Strategy


Taaccct grant overview
TAACCCT Grant Overview

$500 million in FY 12 grant funds

  • 27 Consortium Projects funded in Round II

    Purpose:

  • Expand and improve the ability to deliver education and career training programs that can be completed in 2 years or less (i.e. Capacity Building + Training)

  • Focus is on TAA-eligible individuals and veterans, but others can be served

  • Improve employment outcomes


Taaccct grant overview1
TAACCCT Grant Overview

Five Core Elements

  • Evidence Based Design

  • Stacked and Latticed Credentials

  • Strengthen Online and Technology-Enabled Learning

  • Transferability and Articulation

  • Strategic Alignment

    4 -Year Grant Period

    • Years 1-3 Planning and Implementation

    • Year 4 Evaluation


State wide project overview
State-wide Project Overview

  • “Making the Future” is a state-wide project designed to develop, improve, and expand adult educational training pathways to careers in advanced manufacturing

  • Each College identified a scope of work that was based on local district needs and was within project parameters and manufacturing focus

  • Consortium grant is $15M

  • Disciplines focused on are Machine Tool, CNC, Welding, and Industrial Maintenance



System wide strategies shared by all districts per sga
System-Wide StrategiesShared by All Districts per SGA

Prior Learning Assessment Tool

  • Consultant for adult and experiential learning will visit colleges, facilitate workshops and trainings, and provide a final report that proposes system-wide recommendations for awarding credit for prior learning


System wide strategies shared by all districts per sga1
System-Wide StrategiesShared by All Districts per SGA

Technology

  • Flash Cards developed by FVTC

  • Colleges will receive a Standard Timing Model (STM) machine and training: STM is a mechanical tool used by industry to assess mechanical aptitude, skills, and instincts

  • Online case management/information sharing system to be developed in collaboration with the Workforce Development Boards


Consortium goals
Consortium Goals

  • Increase the attainment of industry-recognized credentials

  • Introduce innovative and effective curriculum development and delivery

  • Increase and improve employment outcomes


Year 1 start up development activities
Year 1: Start-Up/Development Activities

  • External Evaluator

  • Develop Master Logic Model

  • Purchase Equipment

  • Develop Data Protocols (Coordinate with WTCS and DWD)

  • Prior Learning Assessment

  • Hire Faculty and Project Leads

  • Pathway Work (e.g. revise curriculum, program development and/or modifications)


Years 2 3 full implementation
Years 2-3: Full Implementation

  • New workers in pipeline

  • Industry-drive roadmaps/pathways to manufacturing careers are developed

  • System-wide marketing strategy implemented to promote careers in advanced manufacturing

  • Information sharing among districts and partners

  • On-line repository of flashcards


Year 4 evaluation
Year 4: Evaluation

  • Data collection, analysis and report out

  • Repository of individual case studies available for broader dissemination

  • Multi-partner communication toolkit that includes best practices

  • Programs/grant pathway enhancements are self-sustaining


Challenges
Challenges

  • Create Best Process to Certify Revised Embedded Diplomas

  • Leverage Data Collection Capabilities

  • Document Employment Outcomes to Program

  • Implement Programs at Rapid Pace


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