- What is TRAC-7?
- What programs are available?
- Who is eligible?
- Where is the TRAC-7 Programs currently available?
What is TRAC-7?
TRAC-7 provides workers with academic and industry-recognized credentials, while focusing on educating students to meet industry demands for a skilled workforce. Comprised of seven institutions of higher education, TRAC-7 has forged a new vision of integrated, collaborative training and education. Through the inclusion of blended learning, this vision uses the combination of online, hybrid-courses featuring real-time online interactions, and specialized mobile units that provide students with hands-on, job-centered training.
- Hands-on training that will have you job-ready in less than a year
- Career pathways with multiple entry/exit points that lead to attainment of industry recognized credentials
- Seven programs offered by seven institutions with mobile classrooms, blended learning programs, and some programs that are offered entirely online
What programs are available?
- Advanced Systems Technology
- Electrical Power Technician
- Environmental Technology
- Food Science
- Power Plant Technology
- Risk Management
Who is Eligible?
Participants must be adults with priority given to Trade Adjustment Assistance eligible participants and veterans.
Where are the TRAC-7 programs currently available?
- Cloud County Community College – Junction City, KS
- Dodge City Community College – Dodge City, KS; Emporia, KS; Topeka, KS
- Flint Hills Technical College – Emporia, KS; Dodge City, KS; Topeka, KS; Kansas City, KS, Online
- Garden City Community College – Garden City, KS, workshops available statewide
- Highland Community College – Entirely Online
- Salina Area Technical College – Salina, KS, workshops available statewide
- Washburn Institute of Technology – Topeka, KS