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Technical Skills training programs for educators

CREATE, GROW, & EMPLOY A SKILLED WORKFORCE WITH THE 180 SKILLS TRAINING SYSTEM.

Academic institutions need a competency-based, flexible skills training system that demonstrates high completion rates, and offers more flexible options for non-traditional students.

Our course library of 700+ skills courses can be organized to achieve any educator-defined learning outcome. Accessible all day, every day.

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Organize skills courses against:

  • Learning goals
  • Job descriptions

Deliver to:

  • Academic Programs
    Integrate skills courses into your academic programs to offer students additional learning options.
  • Workforce Programs
    Organize skills courses to align with regional occupational training needs.
  • Business and Industry Programs
    Offer your local businesses learning paths that align with the needs of their companies including pre and post-hire education.

Jennifer McNelly talks about how Educators can benefit from high quality online technical training in an era where they find themselves more and more strapped for resources.

See what great content looks like

Great content - Aircraft Structures - Stringers

Great content - Precision Measurement - Micrometers

Great content - Teamwork

Great content - Hydraulic Control Valves

180 SKILLS IS TRUSTED BY THESE GREAT EDUCATORS

Washington Aerospace Training & Research Center

Ivy Tech Community College

Wichita Area Technical College

Edmonds Community College

Trident Technical College

National Center for Aviation Training

Universidad Aeronautica en Queretaro

Central Piedmont Community College Technical

National Aviation Consortium

Central California Community Colleges

Long Beach City College

Guilford Technical Community College

SMC International

University of Advanced Tecnologies

Motorsports Safety Education Foundation

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Office for Career and Technical Schools
www.in.gov/dwd/2731.htm
10 N Senate Avenue, Suite SE 308
Indianapolis, IN 46204
OCTS@dwd.in.gov
317-234-8338 or 317-232-1732