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Voices for Energy by SkillsCommons

        Welcome to the Voices for Energy Community

The SkillsCommons-Energy Community is a free, open, user-friendly, online community website for sharing exemplary practices, resources, ideas, and collaborative opportunities developed by U.S. community colleges sponsored by the Trade Assistance Adjustment Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT ) program.   SkillsCommons ( is the national repository of Open Educational Resources in workforce development produced by the TAACCCT grantees.

        Please Join the Voices for Energy Community

Members of this community and others developing energy curriculum in the community colleges are free and welcome to create and participate in discussion forums for sharing ideas, posting documents and links, asking questions, developing collaborations, and much more to support and advance the success of workforce development programs. 

Members of energy industries, professional organizations, and workforce development initiatives are welcome to join and participate in the Voices for Energy Community as well.  The community is open to all who want to contribute constructively to enhancing, improving, and innovating energy education, training, and workforce development.

Members: 7
Latest Activity: Jan 18, 2019

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Discussion Forum

Stacked and Latticed Credential in Energy: What’s Working For YOU AND YOUR STUDENTS?

Share strategies, policies, plans, and more about how you are successfully delivering workforce development programs in energy that are delivering stacked and latticed credentials.Continue

Started by Rick Lumadue Oct 7, 2015.

Competency Based Education (CBE) Models in Energy

What (CBE) materials did you use in your grant project for the Energy industry? Could you please post a link from SkillsCommons to the material you submitted?Continue

Started by Rick Lumadue Oct 1, 2015.

Reusable Materials in the Energy Industry

What do you consider to be the most reusable materials in Energy that were developed by your Grant Project?  Could you please post a link from SkillsCommons to this material? Continue

Started by Rick Lumadue Oct 1, 2015.

Comment Wall

Comment by Rick Lumadue on October 9, 2015 at 6:24am

Here is a link to the TAACCCT Industry Webinar Series: Energy recorded on October 8, 2015.

This webinar was led by the Colorado Online Energy Training Consortium (COETC), a Round 1 statewide consortium focused on energy sector curricula and trends in the industry.


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