Technical Retraining to Achieve Credentials (TRAC-7) is currently accepting students for risk management courses to be delivered online starting Oct. 18. Risk Management courses are applicable to nearly all industries and make job seekers more employable due to their ability to reduce risks around their organization, company, school, etc.
The Risk Management program is designed to prepare individuals for career opportunities in the risk management field or to develop risk management expertise for already employed professionals. Those who complete the program will learn to protect assets and reduce liabilities for their employer and fellow employees. The program is offered completely online to accommodate the needs of working professionals, adult students and those not located in the Perry, Kan. area.
For more information, contact Melissa Stevens by phone (785) 597-0129 or by email to email@example.com.
Washburn Tech serves as the consortium leader for the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training Grant, locally known as TRAC-7. The $19,619,450 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor will support the collaborative efforts of seven community and technical colleges in Kansas. The program will provide workers with the academic and industry-recognized credentials and training necessary to meet the need for a skilled workforce.
Calvin Carter, TRAC-7 outreach specialist, (785) 670-2201
Gloria Comfort,TRAC-7 project manager, (785) 670-2378