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Cuyahoga Community College

Increasing Competitiveness of the Electric Power Sector through Responsive Workforce Training Strategies

Abstract

Cuyahoga Community College and partner Cleveland Public Power is developing and designing a curriculum to specifically build Smart Grid knowledge and fill job vacancies. The workforce training program includes classroom, lab, work-site and online instruction. Cuyahoga will use Designing A Curriculum (DACUM), a process that assesses job classifications, to provide in-depth analysis of occupational skills that will lead to new and relevant curriculum design for Smart Grid. DACUM analysis and curriculum will be shared with Owens Community College, Columbus State Community College, Washington State Community College, and Sinclair Community College to aid in their workforce training programs. Cuyahoga will also disseminate a Green Residential Building Training curriculum across Ohio.

Contact Information

Deborah Buterbaugh
Project Manager
National Energy Technology Laboratory
3610 Collins Ferry Road
Morgantown, WV 26507-0880
304-285-4164
Deborah.Buterbaugh@netl.doe.gov

Gloria Moosmann
Principal Investigator
Cuyahoga Community College
700 Carnegie Ave
Cleveland, OH 44115-2878
216-987-4735
Gloria.Moosmann@tri-c.edu

At-A-Glance
Recipient: Cuyahoga Community Colleg
HQ State: Ohio
NERC Region:
Total Budget: $841,994
Federal Share: $749,204
 
Funding Program:
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Equipment:
Targeted Benefits:
  • Job creation and retention
  • Workforce-ready trainees
  • Updated training for current power industry workers
 
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