Presentation on theme: "The Construction and Energy Technologies Education Consortium (CETEC) … is a single training point-of-contact for Marylands Construction and Energy industries."— Presentation transcript:
The Construction and Energy Technologies Education Consortium (CETEC) … is a single training point-of-contact for Marylands Construction and Energy industries.
CETEC – MD Community Colleges CETEC was formed and is led by 6 Charter Community Colleges: – Baltimore City Community College; – Community College of Baltimore County; – College of Southern Maryland; – Frederick Community College; – Montgomery College; and – Prince Georges Community College. Member Colleges include: Allegany College of Maryland Anne Arundel Community College Carroll Community College Cecil College Chesapeake College Garrett College Hagerstown Community College Harford Community College Howard Community College Wor-Wic Community College
Impact of CETEC Construction Training Over 9,000 students enrolled in Construction Training at the 6 CETEC Leader Colleges in FY12. Course TypeNumber of Students Apprenticeship2,686 Other Skilled Trades5,127 Construction/Project Management1,085 Other (such as Safety-OSHA)368 TOTAL9,266
Increased Resources for Skilled Trades Training Facility Space CETEC LEADER COLLEGES (6 Colleges)Dedicated Space in Square Feet 200735,440 Added 215% 2008-2001276,284 TOTAL SPACE for Skilled Trades Training111,724
Examples of Construction Training Topics include: – Pre-Apprenticeship – Apprenticeship – Construction Management – Building Information Modeling (BIM) – Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) – Computer-Automated Design (CAD) – Weatherization Professional – Photovoltaics – Green Building Techniques – Survey Technology – OSHA-10 & -30 Safety
National Knowledge Sources National Center for Construction Education and Research U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Building Performance Institute U.S. Green Building Council Center for Energy Workforce Development Mid-Atlantic Joint Excellence in Solar Training Consortia National Skills Coalition