Topic: Career Technical Education: Keeping Adult Learners Competitive for High-Demand Jobs.
Recording date: Thursday, December 8, 2011 12: 00 pm.
Pacific Standard Time (San Francisco, GMT-08: 00).
Period: 1 hour.
Description: In today’s rough economy, how can adult employees finest position themselves to be successful in satisfying professions in high-demand fields? Even more, how can companies help in up-skilling existing workers to fulfill significantly complicated task needs?
Profession Technical Education (CTE) professionals from the field will assist us to address these concerns by explaining how their programs straight and indirectly keep adult students competitive for high-demand tasks.
Dr. Ron Duggins, Director of the Center for Business Development at Oklahoma’s Meridian Technology Center, will go over Meridian’s Business Incubator program and how it assists adult business owners to release effective companies. Mr. Harry Snyder, Adult Workforce Development Supervisor at Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development in Ohio, will explain how Great Oaks’ Aviation Maintenance– Power Plant Technician class is preparing grownups for high-demand tasks and fulfilling the requirements of location companies.