Commitment to Action

Galvanizing National Movement to Improve Healthcare Training

Commitment by

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

In 2013, the H2P Consortium with its partners committed to scale its competency-based, industry recognized healthcare core curriculum with stackable credentials to 100 additional community colleges in order to continue the work of the Consortium post-TAACCCT grant completion and galvanize a national movement to improve healthcare education by scaling these pathway innovations. In order to build on the nine community colleges that are already part of the consortium, H2P will recruit 100 additional community colleges post-completion of the grant by providing regional core curriculum institutes that will instruct teams of community college faculty and leadership along with their workforce representatives as to how to customize the core curriculum model for their community. H2P Consortium will also train teams of core curriculum experts from the Consortium to provide ongoing technical assistance and support to the new community college collaboratives. Additionally, two summits are planned in 2014 to share best practices around the competency-based core curriculum and to launch the next phase in scaling to additional education and workforce partners.

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Commitment

Galvanizing National Movement to Improve Healthcare Training

Launched

2013

Est. Duration

1 year

Estimated Total Value

$8,000,000

Region

Northern America

Countries

United States

Commitment by

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

LA Trade Tech, Teaching Institute For Excellence In Stem (Ties), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, iSeek Solutions, National Network for Health Career Programs in Two-Year Colleges, National Consortium for Health Science Education, National Association of Workforce Boards